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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 11, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaNimfy proprietor Lont Juned until All arrearage Are editor. R 4 fifty cents per an of deducted if and for. Cash actually in and ill be not exceeding twelve lines in sri one Dollar and for every sob Twenty five Cento. Notices not inserted for seventy five cents. Of three insertions the. Same. Yearly advertisers of Tiquet a French murderess. Daughter of Monsieur a at so for r Wai that he left she lost Birken the but fifteen years old m to share with her this Gri at younger brother. Her per respect Lovely she had a eyes a Majestic look nil in and exactly shaped. Qualifications were shining and a saved All the Embezi sements be derived from her Only fault seemed to us in behaviour and an arrogance Ici become numerous admirers was r of parliament. He might in have sighed with a train of if to Haj not made use of Art always shut till night and could get in without speaking to him when he went out in the he carried it in Bis pocket and when he went to bed he put it under his Pillow. Monsieur and Madame Tiquet bad by this time separate Beds and sep Arate apartments so that they never saw each other but . For three years together they lived in this manner preserving constantly a sullen silence their behaviour however being of such a nature that these mute some times conveyed As Strong ideas As if had been a great Deal of noise Between them. In this space she gave directions to a Valet Del Chambre of her husband s to carry him a Porringer of which wars the fellow suspecting made a false step and threw it Down be afterwards desired leave to quit Bis service and As soon As he left the Bouse he made no secret of the iniquitous affair he had discovered. This irritated the lady so Mikh that she determined with her self to find out a Short remedy by recurring in Law he practice on an j fir be a Jug i on this head to her Porter and directed him to find persons who would execute it. It happened that m. Tiquet went to pay a iad a Ascendancy Over ii ind by a present of 4000 Livres in persuaded her of his passion la continually speaking to her Lilii Praise. Bavins observed in the lid herself an extravagant fondness and expense he one Day j oppor tatty of presenting her a Fine of intermixed with diamonds Hie of Livres these dazzled adj Wou Idail tier heart that is to induced her to prefer m Tiquet to of Hir lovers because she looked i Biro to be the most Rich and generous it Ami improved the kind sentiments she Forti iced for this gentleman while he on Inland never examined the temper Lidi Lesof his mistress but believing All her were As fair As her person Wiat All events to marry her if lie Cern in Hor consent. Like at Seldom continued Long without pro jul Weir Efi act the lady was not More tie than the rest of her sex be a aunt s m. To quest s presents at Irneth her heart or to speak More properly 1 her hand which with great seeming she gave to m. To Motet of heir marriage was full and overflowed Vith the lady Jit ii with her husband pm. Tiquet tin raptures of his wife and to i Bron Glit him at Ore birth a son and a to be plei Ges of their love. Marriage without con Iii Iod Lillo answered the expectations Itier of the parties. Madame Tiquet visit to a neighbor of his one Villemur and staid there pretty late. His servants sitting up for him heard Severa pistol shots in the Street before the which running out in a hurry they found their master assassinated and sweltering in Bis blood. When they came to Bis assist Ance he desired that they would carry him Back to Madame de Villemur s which was done his domestics then went to acquaint their lady. She pretending great Surprise went immediately to the House where h was to inquire How he did but that was Al she could do for he having earnestly desired i that she might riot enter the room where h i was she was constrained to go Back without seeing him at which she affected some con he. Had received three wounds but none of them were mortal. The commissary of Quarter of the town came to see and . Tiquet As Saun As Bis wounds were dressed. The first question asked was what enemies Hava 1 he poor gentleman answered i know of none except my ,wife." this answer confirmed the suspicions of the world which As soon As the affair was known fell immediately upon her. She did betray any signs of guilt but manifested a constancy scarcely to be accounted for. She went next Day to the countess d annoy where though All the company observed her i not Only appeared Serene but exercised her wit As much As usual. The countess i wishing to put her to the test asked Irr if of nothing but her husband s riches m. Tiquet had not some suspicion of the person who caused him to be assassinated Madame Tiquet answered alas he is so unjust As to Lay it upon me the coun Tess annoy replied that the Best thing which could be done would be to secure the the conversation lasted on this subject for half an hour and though eyes were upon this in she neither by looks nor by words betrayed any confusion but rather Over the excessive sex i deemed by that Resolution which is Madame Tiquet obliged her Toisy Ryjoi to set some Bounds to them Ipin St his will. The Simeur Moh Captain in the guards a person who the qualities of a Fine gentleman so of Madame that her bus and she and the officer indeed themselves in the criminal m they bad for each other. The Jeal of Ber , excited by these pro increased in Madame Tiquet the o quite tier son a boy of eight or nine years id of whom she was very fond. She gave in Money to divert himself with and to 1.1 ence his fears put on a pleasantness in her books which surprised All that were near her after taking her leave of Madame de be Long file she went Down stairs with the leu tenant criminal and leaped with much alacrity into the coach. As they passed hot ugh the Street she saw a lady of Ber acquaintance whom she saluted with her usual politeness and affability. She locked some Imes on the guards who accompanied her but without emotion and seemed As easy As she bad Wen going to pay a visit. On coming however loathe Chatelet she Chan de color but she presently recovered it and appeared As Serenea Seter. Augustus Ain put himself into the hands of Justice making an open confession that three Yeats be fore Madame Tiquet had engaged him in a conspiracy to murder her husband in which also her Porter was concerned. It was upon this that she was apprehended for As to the last assassination there was no proof against her. Her therefore was not the actual causing her husband to be assassinated but for having been concerned in a conspiracy for that purpose which had not however taken effect. For this offence she incurred a capital punishment and the judges of the Chatelet on the 3d of june 1699, parsed sen tence upon upon the Porter by which she was adjudged to have her head Cut off and he to be hanged. This was after Ward confirmed by an Arret of parliament. Augus Tus Cattelain notwithstanding his being an evidence was condemned to the galleys for life a just sentence on so notorious a villain who question less made this discovery not from any principle of Justice but with Hopes of saving himself from that violent death which his crimes bad Long before deserved. M. Tiquet being cured of his wounds went to Versailles accompanied by his two children and threw himself at the feet of the King. Said he i implore your mercy for Madame Tiquet be not More severe than god himself who doubtless has pardoned her on her repentance. Has your Justice been More offended than i yet i freely forgive her and my children lift for their Mother their pure and innocent hands to your majesty. The crime she intended has Wen expiated by the terrors she has Felt in the deplorable i Ament in a few and the iame time mourning coach with six horses covered with Black cloth which was to carry Avay her body. When she saw the Porter executed she lamented Bis destiny so much that she seemed to forget her own. When she was directed to mount the she gave her hand to the executioner that might help her. When she was. The she kissed All the instruments of death and did everything with an air As if she had studied her part. She accommodated her hair and her headdress m a moment and was instantly on her Knees in a posture ready to suffer but the. Executioner was so agitated he could hardly perform his office he Missel his blow thrice and when her Bead fell from her body All the spectators set up a loud though Madame Tiquet was forty two years old when she suffered her Beauty was rot in the least decayed and As she died in full health and , her face retained an agree Hie even after her head was struck off. Might waste them in sub Servi plea Spires. The counsellor was with the Beauty and Fortune of that he made no question of her to Bis Cost he found afterwards ought to have he had lately turned a Law to might his mistress Rich thus far mistress thought the same Fin m toil was wrong. Here Lay i Happy woman i outre Anheir misfortunes. Sex i and affliction condition she is now in ready to fall a sacrifice to jus Tice. As Fer crime then is done away do not sirs inflict death for repentance 1 the Kirg however was inexorable nevertheless be granted to m. Tiquet All the effects of his would otherwise have fallen to the Crown that his own and his children s circumstances might be made More the brother of this unhappy woman who was a Captain in the guards As Well As the Simeur Mon George used All their interest to save her. At last his majesty yielded Bat the archbishop of Paris the famous Cardinal de Noailles interposed and told him that if such a crime escaped with would become frequent that the Security of married men s lives depended on the death of Madame Tiquet since the grand Penitentiary s ears bus the of she went Home and appeared there As composted As Ever no with Poa the had conceived for her must of ill these disorders Madame f How to preserve appearances and to be of in such a manner that she was inthe Best companies where herself in conversation in so at the same time in so elevated a to that no one had the least idea of her Fitnet waa Over ears debt wits were increased by the expend incurred by. His Maruge. He posed to the Pursuit of his Credi m is usual in such were Eis All at once. This Circum to his constantly watching his in order to interrupt bet plea " led her hatred to such a pitch that list to fury and she resolved to n Lais to rated. She bad some knowl Ile character one Augustus Catte used to attend strangers while they Paris. To this Man she gave a of Money and promised Cue he would take upon him minister of her vengeance. She husband s Porter by the they took their measures wrong Wei striking the blow aimed at m. I he came Home one evening not drawn in several. Be him. Tiquet still persisted she gave giving t lire Sif they spoke standing that she was everyday advised to retire and seek out Kome place of safety. These hints were repeated to her from time to time to the eighth Day when a Thestine came hastily to Ner chamber and addressed her thus Madame there is no time to be lost in minutes you will be apprehended i brought yen one of the habits of my order slip it on get Down stairs there is a Sedan which will carry you to a place where there is a Post chaise in which you May go immediately to Calais and from thence to England till we see what turn things will such replied Madame Tiquet Are proper for the guilty innocence is every Here secure. These reports Are spread by my husband to prejudice me in the eyes of world and to intimidate me so far us to eave my country that he May get my for Une into his bands but his skill shall fail in i am not frightened i will fall into the hands of the Law for i doubt not Bat the a will do me she then thanked lie Thestine for his civility and kindness and waited with much seeming Tranquility the is be of the business. She flattered herself he had taken such precautions that no proof Ould possibly appear of her having procured be assassination of her husband and full of hese Hopes she supported her spirits arid and Cattelain a farther sum q Bory in oblivion the past nude titans. In " p a two that Bis ppr Commerce with Thi charged him and tool himself. He kept his Dop acted the heroine to perfection. The highest the next Day Madame de Denonville came to free her and when stare would have gone away detained Laid she 1 shall presently be arrested by the officers of Justice end i would not have them. Alobe " the word were scarce out of her the Simeur def Fiti he tenant criminal entered Fiji diet arose Gravity Oil needed not said she have brought Liis mighty escort i never Intel Wtipil to Fly Pond if you hid come alone i should Tiave gone Wilt you by desired his to put enacts Fiat her for quite Iff Fai at As Poswy she next toot pains were already stunned with the confessions of women charged themselves with having at tempted their husbands lives. This Remon Strance determined the King who declared that Madame Tiquet should be made an example. When she was brought before the Lieuten ant criminal he ordered her sentence to be read looking All the while steadfastly upon her that he might perceive what effects it produced. Madame heard it without the least emotion or change of color. The lieutenant criminal exhorted her to confess her crime and her accomplices that she might escape the torture. She refused at first they had Given her the first pot of water she reflected that her constancy would he of no use and therefore she acknowledged All. Ttys asked her if the Simeur de Mon George Hati any knowledge of this affair upon which she cried out alas if i had communicated the least title of it to him i should have lost his esteem beyond retire the person of St. Sulpice was then admitted to her. She heard with great docility All his instruction. She Over and Over entreated him to beg Pardon of her husband and assure him that in death she had for him All that tenderness which had made the first year of their Marrage so there was perhaps seen in Paris so great a streets through which Madame Tiquet passed to be Greve. She went in a and the curate of St sul pice with her the Porter was there before her and bad with him a confessor. At the sight of this amazing multitude her spirits began to sink the Clergyman who was with her endeavoured to console her. Revived and encouraged by Bis words she lifted up her a real sirs. Caudle. On thursday shortly after or. Bingham bad taken his stat upon the Bench a decent looking Man and woman abruptly entered the court and addressing tie Magie Rale ret nested with great Earnestei. That he would re them from their conjugal engagements to each other. The husband a simple Good natured looking fellow was to explain the nature and grounds of his application when the wife a sour and Sharp Fea tured Little woman broke in with an overwhelming Energy and solubility the wife then said As Well As could be collected from the torrent of words she poured Forth that they bad been married upwards of nine years a family of two child Ren both Fine Little girls but that her Hus band had net sense enough to see what a Happy Man he might be altogether with such a prudent and careful woman As she was if he would Only Render himself a Little Comfort Able instead of which he did everything he could to Barris her and keep her in a constant and her life had now become such a scene of everlasting , that she Tad at length made up her mind to deprive him of the Comfort of her society and leave him to pursue his own abominable courses by himself. The assure your the Don t listen3 to him sir hear me Erst sir. When he chooses to instead of squandering away his Money and making a beast of himself at the Beer shop he can easily earn Between and a week and i should think that out of that he might allow me at All events which is All i want of him to support Myr self and the two dear children which be wants to take away from me but who i am determined to keep under Roy own the fact the not satisfied with his place at Home which is As comfortable and clean As any Nobleman need to have and his own whom he swore to protect till the Day of his the sooner that comes the better for All of is always Gallivan to lady on the my. Boney Motoji being Over i feel it my indeed it will be my in the serious purposes of marriage. I had my " whatsit called the blessed state and could if i chose write this letter in the tears of widowhood. Three times hive i been bereft of Tui every Ohe of the Deal men truly now i am Lett like the lonely Dove to murmur alone. I have satisfaction to know that i managed them to my hearts Content while Sim ple lambs they managed me. Men in their extreme ignorance Call us the weaker sex can pull and play with their heart strings at Little children play with toy Harlequins. However disabuse them of the fond Yetf Newit. Our weakness As they Are pleased to Call it is our Best strengths continue to make your husband think you the most delicate of Cream Tures and he will treasure you accordingly we All of us seem pretty Well to know and Jollow out this truth for Days of but forget it almost As soon As the clerk1 has said amen this my dear girl is the principal error of our. Sex it is said that. makes wife the slave and husband the now it has Ever been my plan to perpetuate the privilege that courtship gives is through ing with other women and spends the whole of his time and Money upon a Nasty Hussey who lives Down the next court to ours whom he is always running after and leaving his out every Day of Wedlock. And very pro Perly. Is your Lap dog that obediently fetches he sad Demily to refuse to obey enly because you have put a Collar round his neck and told him by the ring of Chain at your third Fin Ger dear let your nerves be always delicate thence your husband will treasure you like a piece of China. Be foolish enough to appear robust and on the contrary you will have no More care bestowed on you than a red Clay Pipkin there Are 1 know brutes in the human form not to be deceived but your husband is i Trust not of them. As a girl i remember a a monster of the sort my bib dear whom let me confess it i Learned Many precious made As much As any woman of her nerves. Well one Day my father poking the Down you know sometimes they will come with such a shovel and tongs. My Mother screamed declared my father wanted to get rid of her and immediately retired to chamber. Though a party was to Dine with us my Mother True to her principles resolutely went to my father was All self reproach and sorrow. He related the unfortunate event to the Mon Ster i speak of saying something about the Wear and tear of the female whereupon i shall never forget the wretch replied Pooh Pooh female Constitution it never never at the worst it Only a4id con duct proves the brutal Faith of thous ands. My dear father however was of a contrary belief. So Well too did my. Mother manage that after this fall of the Sho Vel and tongs be never after poked the fire As if the poker was really his own. And this is As it should be. Wherefore How a feb m m i again Ujj As cer know upon of now you husband fee thai he is never he will accordingly be Fin Man Ner. Times in Moil rant Tunn with Jook of playful Tonguc of threatening in your a he called upon to Admire some curious to. Be wort handled lest it go off and destroy him if your husband wishes , that you have acc sudden and add this he ought to have much not asked you. If on the has a or would doze by the fire play Battle of All its Cannon accompaniments. If he wishes Yon to go out with him say he always asks you worn he knows you can t go and then an the contrary Tift be should you to the opera or play when you Are Well aware Bat be has some Previ Ous engagement. On this Point be particularly Obdu rate. When your Bulbar i goes out with a likelihood of returning Home late insist up on setting up for him. He May urge that in fact it body from their bed. A cold decisive Assurance that you of for if become Home late what a delicious Triumph for Sou. There you Are my i always your Nightcap and wrap in three shawls making up for yourself a Pic Ture of a much wronged woman. The Cul Prit at length returns. You can catch and Lead it to dwell on the reproachful Caudle guttering which if very weariness of heart and for nothing else you five minutes spangled with the snuffers As though unconsciously to make the Case All the your offending mate. Sometimes on such say nothing but cold As a statute walk up stairs. Some times too it will add considerable to the pain of the criminal if you carefully draw a sigh and wish you were in your As Lor your husband s friends give them always a chilling Welcome. If now and then they insist upon staying As you think declare that they have had wine enough and that they ought to know it. My dear Mother had an admirable Way. Two or three times for my father never tempted oftener she s at up guarding the fire place. No Coal did she suffer to pro chit. The fire went out it was piercing Winter and then ii a Triumph Only known to such a wife did she retire to her room comforting herself that they d soon be Star Ved out and must go i have herein my love thrown Down on but 1 can add a great Many if i find you worthy of my own wife at Home by herself with not a soul m the world to speak to her when the child Ren Are husband in a loud of what it is your she s let it out. The fact is sir that she s so dreadfully jealous of me that if i Only look at a woman she s Safe to kick up a Row about it i Daren t even speak to my own or she d claw my eyes or. Bingham it is perfectly Manifest that you live on very unhappy terms with each other and As it is your Mutual wish to separate the Only question is what provision you the husband Are Wil Ling to make for the future support of your wife and the husband said he did not earn nearly so much As his wife had stated but he would b e very glad to give her 9s. Per week to get rid of her As she had led him such a miserable life that he could not put up with it any longer. Or Bingham said that he thought this was a very fair offer and one of the officers must retire with them to see it carried into effect but be also considered it necessary for the Public peace that they should both enter into an engagement to keep apart from each both parties eagerly accede to this proposition and without exchanging a single word left the court by different doors. Hood and looked upon the with an air at ence s. Modest and rest led. She then bad conversation with her Porter who humbly Besought her Pardon for any share be might have in her death. She told he had no reason to ask her Pardon since it was Ahe Only that was Cul Pable towards him. When Madame Tiquet was brought to the place where she was to suffer there fell so great a rain that they were obliged to defer the execution till it was Over. She had during this space All the apparatus of Pun the wife of Gen. Montgomary. It is related when the wife of Gen. Mont Gomery heard of his appointment to command the army against Quebec she burst into Luc a t tears. The husband finding her weeping inquired the cause. Am said she to knew that i a husband obese country deems him worthy to command her armies and fight her Battles but my is your habits May Uri Dergo slchange.1 no Appeal can he More effectual to the heart of a Noble Man than that of a virtuous wife and did this up feet he took her by the band soothingly replied feat not you shall never Blush for your hence my dear girl cultivate your nerves you can t pet pm too much. Something will always be happening in the House and unless your husband be Woi Jse than a Stone every new fright will be As Good As a new gown or trinket to you. Are some Domestic wounds Only to be healed by the jew Eller. I Don t advise you not to love your Hus band very much but never show your bus band the abundance of it. How men impose upon what i Call a superfluity of affection it is dreadful to think of no there is a de cent sort of sort of lipid that is the safest. It never permits a wife to commit herself it never shows of the Man that he is supreme in her affections and. So enables him to sport with them. However do not let him think himself indifferent to you certainly not at the poor Man have the Benefit of the doubt. In the slightest Case of sisterly frailty he All indignation. It is the easiest and the cheapest Way of airing your own excessive goodness. Now and then too you w Ith great pain to yourself of sushi mans of some of your acquaintances. Skilfully used is an excellent thing like a Little duet of Rouge if very tenderly Laid on it throws oat in Fine Relief the natural Beauty of the wearer. Rouge is a daring Little fib that lies As somebody says like so i take it is if properly applied a slight suspicion. They May both color false modesty. Ther e is too a Wrt of Lide wind Way that will Wahle you at once to tease your husband. Is a Happy affectation of the passion it a wonderful weapon in a skilful l when walking with the poor Man declare that he looks at every woman he meets and sulk accordingly. Sometimes the accusation and declare that every woman he meets looks it him. From this assumed Yoa can any by a few hints More to them teaching. V in the meantime i remain your affection ate Friend. Tabu a talons. The Young lady s answer. Madam at present i have no wish that my husband should leave me when i have i shall lose no time in availing of your instructions feeling quite convinced that they could not but very soon Lead such a conclusion. I remain Claribel Smith. Poor West some where falling into the hands of Phi Lietins Breaks Forth in the following Gizzard moving Appeal spare that press touch not a single Type Don t put me in to stick to me thro he tis All in All to me if lost what shall i do t then Why not let it be i of Sher Iff boo there is truth As Well As poetry in following a girl with a winning face but with a untrue though Beautiful is valueless As diamonds lome d of Dew comic the print Little Rutlt paper tells a of a youth put upon the witnesses stand who was bothered to death by the counsel in the opposite complaining that be could not understand the wit Ness and the other claiming the Protection of the court against such interruptions. Losing his patience at last the witness addressed himself to the you la just top pm both i la Tell my Story so that the Gest fool in the Bouse Wilt understand it a Heip sier of rather Means via item new York lately with introductory let ters for tie purpose of buying a Bla amount of goods upon credit. The Jab Bers to whom he applied were very Conorte. On exactly like to Trade what so the matter enquired the Otter was the reply Only we Don t much like this credit Well but i Don t ask for Only thirty very Yon might die you die the Utard of newspaper any body t dying thirty

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