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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 20, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIt. By Magillen Tinga county Pennsylvania at two dollars a yeah. Wednesday morning David Dashwood s Ady Ensuke. Nonsense Amelia the a said Smith. 111 give necessary orders Toffee ser vants and take care that Yon shall no longer be annoyed by his Many a fiery husband would have horse whipped the offender and thus Given a ruinous publicity to the affair. Not so or. Smith. The Lover came at the appointed time and was shown into the parlor where the Twilight a i waa deepened and darkened by the window to. She happened to throw herself. Upon _ 7 Fuch a plodding Lull lookup fellow. Quite bad her handmaid Dinah your mistress is suffering Flora head we Plano. 567. Vrh. Juliet h. L. Mrs Smith turns i Superb woman. So declared the doling Baid a score of Low As they anathema sized Job s Success. Beauties take unaccountable we have always been in myth. Smith s con tip Clicc. And happen if possess the key to her Unic Council be Choice we will As an act of Friendship divulge it. Along with other Little rollers Tor the satisfaction of her mrs. Smi l not voc w 1 such a rom own p ice fort p fellow As Job Smith that s n Young lady Ever did such a thing. Was too far behind the times Iii re moustache or Imperial and was inn Lentic in the matter off Ana and therefore it could nut be n magnificent creature As miss Wil Timi was not without a Lover of the most pattern. There was a certain who found Invar lady s Eves to id amused himself for a whole season Jwuc Grinj almost Bililc oaths about devoted at Ulii Kent it Tinl cons Lincy and a great Many More such Staple commodities i which Young Cen arc proverbial dealers. But when the term of Wilton Iky water co. Failed the disinterested the ii tin evil spirit who Conn him Only a iving miss Wil ton an of Portirio a lick ring Eliot her Gal Lant j not to by relied upon. The i Vitoft to n fortnight s Weem Najj to celeb herself Intoan-1 in riot d much More irom pm Lam in Tonui the melting in her lion in Iii denouncing Linin us a worthless Puppy she resolved Toner Clear of nil in Cir in Ari l consoled herself with Job Smith Waho Vii v Davy a to lint miss Smith i woman of Cut -. Ami Mii never i penal to of her Choice Lover Meuir Nat co of four or five disposed i a attentive As Ever. The lady Iii her mini Ami non god him As j to irked. Utter having endured him ius Inu j ache and sore Throat carry her her velvet ribbon i and broach and fasten them about her not Light and tread softly. You will find her on the sofa in the the coloured girl went in search of the ribbon i and her master stole noiselessly into the Back parlor to note the result of Bis directions. Pre a Eilly Dinah entered and paused a moment at the door then perceiving a figure in a reclining i attitude on one Ofshe lightly Adan a cd and stopped Over her supposed mistress for the purpose of adjusting the ribbon. Or. Dash i Wood recognized the. Shadowy o Natline of a female figure he Felt the soft touch of an Arm about his neck and the measure of his Joy was full he ardently returned the supposed embrace when or. Smith quickly Drew a match along the Wall and applied it to the Gas Burner beside which he had stationed himself. The apartment was illuminated with a flood of Light and revealed the affrighted negress struggling in the arms of her Pertina Cious Lover. Or. Dashwood released his prisoner As or. Smith advanced. U i beg you will not allow Tae to disturb you sail Smith blandly. Dashwood stood for a moment confounded j received with uproar ious merriment by half a j dozen of the a club who had surrounded the window for the purpose of witnessing his interview with mrs. Smith the discomfited hero departed in the night boat and was never heard of afterwards while or. Job Smith preserves to. This Day As Tomeh toc Sof his precipitate flight the hat gloves and Well As the Ortiz he left behind communicated a dissertation upon the French Bevel Tifton. No Georoe. "1 am to inv a i your away since the Days of tie magnificent arid generous pow Erful time with its rapid flight had brought its world of change. In the old world their attendant trams of blessings Ana or Naa come and thrones builder in adamantine strength with ail a Ike to the Toplicar you Are so 1 domes raised High toward heaven in All it plaint and 1 probably cun., t of Machral Power had crumbled tin the dust. Kings with All their lists of Mims Vok lot f he i and knights and Baroness and friends won from a Ajir complexion Yon Ove Pairy Lucre gained by lucrative harmonized mrs. Smiith. Even under men. Whom they despised i bit his lip but renewed the j an hese we number a among the things that c Norfi i said revolutions in Tan Amelia or you would Mon nil of defining h awas scarcely a Home Humble but had lost at least one of its inmates not a fireside but lacked one cheerful companion. Mourning death and woe had spread their sombre pall Over every thing that once was Gay. There indeed was almost a perfect representation of that desolation which an omnipotent god in Hia Wrath caused to come upon the cities of the Wellsboro june 1849. Defence of the Privateer the boldest fight on record. The annals of mortal Darfur e do not furnish the recital of a More Gallant Aclipen than that fought at Tayal Neslein islands in 1814, Ber tween. A British gun Brig and the boats of a British Squadron on the one Side and. On the other the Little private armed Brig general Armstrong of seven guns ind ninety men commanded by capt. Samuel. C. Reid out of the port of new York the terrible engagement of Paul Jones with a British Cruiser is scarcely a parallel1 to few naval Battles even by a Large Fleet exhibited so great a Slaughter. A British resident of Fayal who was witness to the action in a letter to the celebrated Cobbett under Date of october 15th, 1814, thus describes the bold defence and Noble conductor the daring american privateers Man the american Privateer Brig general Arm Strong of new York capt. Samuel c. Reid of seven guns and ninety men entered Here on the 26th Ultimo about Days from that place for the purpose of obtaining water the Captain seeing nothing on the horizon was induced to Anchor. Belore. The lapse of his majesty s Brig Carnation came in and anchored near her. About six his Plantagenet of 74 guns and the Rosa frigate came in and anchored also. The Captain of the Privateer and his friends consulted the. First authorities Here about her Security. They All considered her perfectly secure arid that his majesty s officers were too Well acquainted with the respect due a Neutral port to molest her. But to the great Surprise of every one about 9 o of oct in the evening four boats were Des patched armed from his majesty s ship for the j purpose of cutting her but in Al Dali have could see every movement the boats approached with rapidity towards her when it appears the Captain of the Privateer hailed them and told them to keep off several limes. Theft notwithstanding pushed on i n d gun Long Tom and several others dismounted deemed it Folly to think of saving her against so Force they therefore Cut away her Mast to the deck blew a Hole through her Bot Tom took oat their Small arms clothing and went on Shore i discovered shot holes in the Privateer though much Cut up in going. Two boats Crews were afterwards despatched from our vessels it hich went on Board took out some provisions and set her on fire. I. For three Days after we were employed in. Burying the dead that washed on Shore in the surf. The number of British killed exceeds one Hundred and Nineteen wounded. The enemy the americans to the Surprise of Man kind lost Only one killed arid seven wounded. We May Well say god deliver us from our enemies if this is the Way the americans fight. After of the Privateer Captain Lloyd Mode a demand of the governor to de liver tip the americans As was refused. He threatened to Send five hundred1 men on Shore and take them by Force. The americans immediately retired with their arms old gothic Convent knocked away the adjoining drawbridge to defend themselves to the last. The Captain however thought better than to Send his Mem he then demanded two men which lie said deserted Bis vessel when a America. The governor sent for his but found none of the description Given. Many houses received much injury onshore from the gains of the Carnation. A woman sitting in the fourth Story of her House had bet thigh shot off and a boy had his Arm brolcen.4 the american Consul Here has made a. Demand on the portugese government for a Hundred thousand dollars Tor the Privateer which our Consul or. Parkin thinks in will be paid and that they will claim on .england1. Or. Edward Bayley and other gentlemen disapproved of the and depredation committed by our vessels on this occasion to. The vessel a ship of that was despatched to England with the not permitted if Lake a single letter from any person. Being an Eye witness to this transaction i have Given you a Correct statement an it swung to and fro and As Toon As it came within reach Cal seized it with both hands shouted to big companions and gave a desperate pull which brought the Panther do etly Down into the burning embers. And taken All Aback As the sailors buy he full jump around the tree while Cal shouting and hold ing on the Caudal extremity followed round and round raising a Fine dust in the ashes. Hie Lions had snatched their rifles and a Safe distance called on Cal to lit go that they but might fire without danger of hitting Hica l thought that Fai Panther caught by the Tail Wae Worth two reining in so round j they As Btu try till the not Ukhiv moans through the waving the the darted As lie was leap i naught is heeled to break the solemn holy speech of met door title of the Biu for the Hea mister not cheered the of Thia great Meure and expel Tonte again it till i party nigh busted with indignant commotion of lacerated sensibilities. Muturi speaker allow to piety to your excited denuded imagination some of the we tick fion the want of Prater Tim to Hen Root Vicinity among mis the speaker we will a Uppole it to be be awful and melancholy hour of am hushed in solemn wind softly ing Over the before mentioned fallen Treer received a shot through tic heart and fett on the other Side pal still retaining his hold went Over after hint and his company fans were notified that the animal was he was of the largest size to easting Over i feet from the his to fhe end of his j Spee Tane f Eti an occasional Groom from the Frog pen r i will now carry you to that devoted behold its peaceful and Hap pm inmates Genley declining in Balmy on their elevated and Ina Eutie Roost look "1 be Venetable and highly re Hie Syra Union. A Gils and watch Fai Ness Over those innocent and Virto Olav a hens pullets just Jet your eyes and Choia that nn4 Matron Al Vernal congratulation Over Little juvenile for i Chieten who crowd Arou Fli himself spa i Don t care a what you Calli wil1 enter that peaceful and their a oboist five minutes past 12 o clock m., tall double jointed a Jellow in a Claret coloured coat and Baff a Nijen pants entered the in Lobea Solitude and i Topi House and after5 staring around for some j minutes where h the old one 1 i i whom do you mean 7 the collector v asked pand Nestle under her gentleman at one of the Deste. Now i Misut 5 peaker am there i want the principle Chap the head Bassl to w wretch so lost and u will enter that peaceful and Happy abode and tear interim we Little the if heart Bro Ilij him the emphatic you can fell and Peotr Fri it we a incredible a the following account May appear to oar readers incidents related Are strictly or Mcrand the hero of the tale still walks the Earth in Green old age. 1 to a certain Section of our own goodly state. Is they for f had to get these browsers washed out and dried and they re none of the cleanest Kirt the of woman was in such a Riu Rry to get pm done. Now i want to know which of you is a going to Vomos for i be got a place Jie re and somebody Wil l to that s i the Colfe Tot is engaged1, and t rather think there1 is some mistake. Vote must Luve come to the wrong of i see through in Arlt that sort of thing your a fee ii d you might have to be routed out of your snug Corner thar. You Don t believe in rotation now do Yon 1 f tra the custom House. Now you hit it. That s exactly tie place i Arter. Where must you have been not to hear i be got an appointment Call in the of Boss he had a letter printed a purpose t6 Tell that i might set in Here As soon As i please Ana Neari a Orfea Prewo s speaker 1 answer in Thunder Are there anything so mean and anything Fucili a robbery 1 no there Are not. You May search the wide universe from the natives who repose in solitary grandeur and super Latify majesty under the Shade of the Tail Cedars that grow Tho tops of the him Maleh mountains a toe Valley of Josephat Down to the i tads and barbarous who Reposa in the miserable wigwams on the Rock of the Gulf of Mexico and then you much puzzled to find any thing so i scr feel on this by Lieeel to the most obstinate members of the unapproachable necessity of a which Shalt forever and everlastingly. Stop these Toifl. Proceedings and i propose that both sides. The Boito. Were finely dispersed with great loss. The americans now calculating on a very Superior Force being sent Cut their rowed Privateer close alongside of Tho with half Cable s length where they moored her head and Stern with four lines. Reioice4 in the Cognomen the governor now Senna remonstrance to two comp Captain Lloyd of the Plantagenet such afternoon Oli i now finl was one of that tool self to u Here this morning on the same some Loco Foco con tved Toliese Mea rant do for feed severely from wounds caused by the alter. In the a Tumi after the leaves had fallen As a Ligh t Snow la upon the ground lout Taro hot and there Fere s n. A people chained Down for Long Long Ages i Irr Norance Inge for the purpose marriage Joes change j vice by Feudal lords knew no to do their impertinence with Mossy Green or w i j of from the apartment. Burned with fountains waterless and a. He .ru.n. Who was a floss and wished firmness some single Man to Wal so rubber Al with was about ten daily old understood dec cd to depart but he could As really ejected from to that he was c not conceive it to his attractions. To remembered Isho loaned on Hill Arm All the in that Diana have ended stood fountain3 carved from purest 1 and the pros onshore of thers were to hasten to his and not been Long separated when of them fired. I stifle and the others soon came up. The one who fired a recent track Light Snow which resembled a cat but was nearly As Large As a Man could make with his hand by slightly bending his fingers inward in the act of grasping. They knew it. To be a Panther s track and though the far spent resolved to follow and if possible secure the animal. On they went plunging deeper and deeper into the Forest j a altered around them e l manners. There is no. Rule of action in Circle which carries with it so neb per nah. Flood on the part of the Heads of uniform and gentle disc Witton a even files for Twenty five years fan which he the following selections a if Pride teams the Van brings no the the shop will be. God a ears and the doctor Takee tie few. I Cost Suer coens Oliver s expense. Tart words make no friends a Spoo Wiful of Honey More flies gallon of " Sre of Little expenses a Small leak will a ups i Monger enough i but no ambition when it is was Well mounted she let go the in de and. Scon came tumbling 9tttof he arts a the Moon. Wise Man no 1 state that they were i t commanded by Annex Wim Ron Odence of Early love and he would not be i Tom harness had Deu even a Jupitz to boast from whose centres up there once gushed up the a Veyo Mufu tenderness and. Then with Sweet 1 cars from her her conduct was the result of gently precipitated them Smuc reasoned he of but g Down a Ett rth again. Then to pretend to be fond of j wag another class of Evita a Tab. I item. Such an old bore As Smith pshaw j for exceeded these in one Day when the Smiths were at dinner a j suffering they brought to Noto brought for the lady which she read he numerous contests. Anil handed to her husband. I to not do Servo to be tormented thus men and fourth lieutenants i and fourth the frigates and the first Poffi concluded to fire at the Trater a Lihen i Mol oots hey number s be qut nothing More was or uie pled till Daylight next morn when the Ilion hauled alongside and engaged her. Privateer. Still continued to make a most these Veteran s reminded said indignation suffused her Ami read who while tears of Beautiful eyes. Smith regarded her with Surprise As follows i Wilt Call this evening at Twilight. If you faithful to your Early love receive that wet Uncertain Light. Do Wood. In e spa Peru 0 c h1v e ing parties Many Anil a in All these sanguinary conflicts the up i snip it one of her top now Principa when oldmen who and How often May an exch Anjie states truthfully that the Jotter and growl around their Are sure to be imitated faithfully Jbf the built Ano after paternal i Connen cd of hornets is makes Bis doctor heir. Iove Well whip Well hunger never hew bad bread. Haw life beggars i or practice they censure. Thereat pediments with the away sleep weigh i i of 1 Eddon their eyelids arid More than the food of his. _ i i i ii Ninala Trent say Anil do As they ought. Old boys Lave their the difference w Oplt a the pigs. V j _ next might be made to apply to All the is of life where misery is to clean knives. Brow line is made the order of All Days. There ground to powder Llu Teil Cuoc Auu a i Ruuti Ruji the tight of the nearly i 1 Moie that for Phil anthropic purpose. Brass Kettle before tiling it Fol to Etc ing with and vinegar. J slews Laperl
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