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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 22, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaF a pay for h a by five i Neeb a ofeery to shoes leather. Ith 4 Nichols youth s Gazette handsomest cheap Teal for the Young states a y Katim Crof the 16 pages on Fine Irh the an. Respet Ian oed by the most Emex try and England. It it Aid similar to hrs m. Harwell Misa Ali Ifo. a. Arid others i Jav Hijii such uttry. I will also Corniaa rile pervade its ill respects be adapted to to Lii i lies of All Youthful persons a us in me. Terms for two copies 93, in Niesl la specie pair re Hanks in Ibi Canada Over c per tent always in Advance. F supplied on Ilta or or ten copies for Urreta new Yort and i paid. In no ease will him clubs except form ii cd is a inuit Lenl if it Kocir Lent Money the never Wor d Pic i tip be sent on r agents who shall have Lor each addition i i. Postpaid a no Homer fun usher .t1 n it. To Academy. Of this institution a Spring term Willemo Issice Nandor tire Oleaga of i school conducted the Pas set Lovinn is now in Jas off Ais facilities branches of Iner Awre y other be Mirialy in the St Etc. Terms Esi Remer obtained of reasonable voted that will nol saves we Iii enl8 to them. 3 of tuition. H aril i. Tin classics fsiso1 3hamisirjt, mineralogy Book keeping Cru Mutie and arid Colburn s first 75 at r i Rizic tals. L it n. Smith its is s. Tori h Luman a if j. Pril 13th, 1843. Cheap Lay inform their Ernt that boy ate c rockery vol. . 35, a t Losa Coli qty a a.1i letters and must be Rui Paivi to ensure attention n i Lor a Shorter period six months nor will z until All Arr enrages in of the publisher. F i Littma cols making l interred three limes by a if r of arc p us but at the t a cart in run fur Onk Ooi. Its. R i a sort Twitty a 1 to of Cherf Imrij h s pm Pru a it Fin the r Rree Iliili Siati lines unit it Chat a to a in june Anil met filing sir Linfs 18 3-1 Citti fur Crew of time after. I tilt Fri cd fur of or t it i error had met u no lenient Irsai the Haem s u they w Ere anxious in d opinion this belief induced by the ii Rume Lane i shall relate. About Twenty Mejri a school Mas established for the Edu cation of it1 celebrity soon o la inc it the Limilo a of it lir Rabla Anion the in iinds no tiber was the daughter of Dea Ron i the Deacon a 1 of Dav Sci Lars 1m Many with Lilile of the milk kindness in ins disposition marked Insl be 11 ure 11 p o r i r n.i-. Whispered about the ins u Ile and himself i aether and Many Vias t j Brit ii is to licit opinion to pret Corfe of Sanculi v of the to of religion i Hir bolter but a i the Sci lion m with the inhabitants in h Intercourse Ned Nevei ullo cd Tho most f to Cut. It Ijeh boyhood no live so Tillat a la into More Ould to approach towards famil Likely Lobo by Pic of his . Penni fun i Iii be in by n no in the , i ice in n i la re 1 or lit it All proud of Weil i i of in b it above All of irs Church. His Virv a plunk Ibec thai i am nil i o i i was one Earth y Thi lynched the Stern Man daughter. She i Rye and never did , save when he idols rest upon h or Sonny countenance. It would be a disc tilt task to pcs hip Deacon s daughter. Her Fca different from o in re. In re 33 father s or. In v a by the Good poo Pic off nay Jujj no to n a excusable in respect to the Mary. In its advancement Iven its Harmony was by pc most extraordinary circumstances. Capes thimbles pencils disappeared no the thefts frequent hat p sceptre is Felt it Woi ild r school be of out Herti a to have the matter in Jirec dished the reputation of i be preserved. At o the daughter of a Lull cell in or lost a Beautiful parasol and in he Precept Ress could be Little no the scholars consisted of the respectable Young ladies. A to families of High Standin belong could not tenser without Telcida mystery and As a last resort an in urn in a i r r in Lull m offender to acknowledge the Otill no discovery look place Benefit derived from of urse str a mini. Sally Maynard an wow de Puhi Anc Lori of she if. Priv he re go Asi by at of june 22, 1842. Half Yealy in Advance s h fill ecu id of p a no b o c 1c it appeared that Sally had called for Lary to spend the aft Moon with her. I being old by the servant that she 1 stepped out she had sought her Kher to leave the invitation with her. Is. Roberts was in her chamber bit y engaged in asserting one of Mary s aurs and at i Helina of Sally s in me she found her wrapping a Tow Arounia the identical parasol whirl d bran so strangely missing the Buol. Not suspecting any wrong i. Roberts Conti Uii Lier of a spation the same Lima idling Sally she in ipod Mary keep that Premium Long As Slio How looked ulc Virs. Roberts huh Alldre it 1 y was unable to say but she told r Mother she is if her heart was ing out of her bosom and that she ii hastened away not i shag to meet Ary in the excited slate of her feel go and got Home As fast As she could. It was Loni before mrs. Maynard Aid be brought to admit the evidence hat her daughter had seep she Sis cd in believing Mary innocent d asked her several limes if there was a possibility of her being mistaken t Sally described the parasol Wilh much accuracy and certified so of to Mary n never having received i a she was at length corned to believe in the wretched nirl s it. Mrs. Maynard was at a loss How to under exit my in Tim manics. She it would be Elu ipg injustice to All parties Cocci in d to conce in clip a i Edge Bhe Lud Ulita Eccl and 3 it Equi Rcd delicacy in making the known o s in was cd at last to Send for the i and to c in 1-f or. Maynard to k the Mitt Liim Are of him in he lest run Niico Orr of you. My 3 Oung friends have of the Deso lating of or a i in Ticano. Snolis ii it irn red the 1111 in Wilhit of he rocking to and listening 1o the if ital of his rail i a cling acc. A thousand Corr operating All to had re now rushed upon his memory without a icing his child or asking was convinced of the truth or guilt. Lie poor covered his eyes to out the of heaven and when ent oved them again Jou might have j de years to have passed Over him and of if children would it upon the misery entailed upon a it by their misconduct How care Ley would be How cautious in Tho first step towards vice. Who to be administered to save girl from further crime. Then Loo the feelings of her family must Jpe considered. The Deacon that higly spirited not the co Dequen Ces prove to him if his daughter were to be forever Casl out of but again her school How was he in pita Tion of her to be How would she be Abl to those lessons of morality which Warp to form the character of so Many individuals if she suffered one of god s of Zimmand tents to be flagrantly broken there seemed but one Way of settling the off fic ully appealing for advice to the Pas Tor of the Church. With measured Steps and saddened look the Precept Ress Benl her Way to the holy Man s a incl Ling. He was Silling alone when she entered. Perhaps Thore was not Ono in All his 3-Oung parishioners of whom he would not sooner have suspected the committal of such an net Mary Hac seemed to him one of got s own child re in and the Good Ninn had looked for Ward certainty to her being one Day enrolled among the followers of the Lamb. Tea bitter tears coursed each other Down his venerable checks As five. Spoke of her Hii conduct and it was Long before himself or the proc up Siresi could acquire firmness to talk Over the subject with the deliberation in the Quirck. Mati3t suggestions were made before n plan could to formed to meet the exigencies of the Case and each Felt relieved when the discussion terminated. It was saturday. Will the Precept Tress it was a Rule to Road River the ruins of the school on that Day together with the commandments. The scholars were seated at their desks to listen to them the door opened and Pale Anil trembling Mary Kobe its stood hem. Mary had not been seen try any one of Ihm since the morning of the disclosure of her guilt when she had accompanied her father to make restitution of the purloined the Precept Ress stood in her usual Sti lion with the rules in her hand. There was in impressiveness a dignity in her manner so unusual it was fell by All present. Mary walked slowly Forward her eyes Ocie Bent upon the floor with such an entire look of abandon ment the coldest bosom must iuv3 been touched. Will stand there miss Rob said the Precup ticks pointing in the Middle of the room and listen to what i shall say to neck Anel brow were covered with Crimson As the wretched girl did As was desired and spreading her Small finders Over her face to conceal its agony tears came twinkling the rules were read then the com Man Dinens. The rules i have just the Precept Ress Yoi have observed As Well As 3113 Joung in school. I would i could say As much for the i it Ter. One of oods express con minds j of have fearfully broken. I had Oon de to withe Law their children unless so was expelled but now that Justice a satisfied they expressed their Elisa pro Bation of Che proceedings of the Precept Tress and said she assumed a prerogative in forbidding their children to is social with Mary she a s not in to and in the same breath in which they upheld the they began wondering How the proud father would Bear in self. It general opinion he would resign Lilion of Erbacon and most of them thought Many sabbaths would pass Ere he would feel Confidence enough to show his among them at Church. Why is in that so few have Magnani mity to feel for the misfortunes of those who have endeavoured to impress upon them a sense of inferiority if the Good people of expected to find the unhappy Deacon absent from Church the following morning they found themselves mistaken. Service had not commenced when he was seen walking up the aisle followed by every Mem Ber of his family. Tis Irue his Eye sunken and his hair of a deeper White Ness but his step was As firm his gait As erect As Ever and Many were deceived into the opinion that his Haugh by spirit remained unbroken. .1 two years had rolled away. The Deacon Hail left the scene of his Chilli s disgrace and removed with his family to a Distant neighbourhood. The school had in forgone no change its celebrity had increased and the Precept Ress continued to be As popular As Ever. I it was again saturday. To have s Een. The school room one might have sup bps ocl same Day Mary expelled. It seemed that the apr Ltd must have been striking for r i Many years loved and respected by the whole Circle of her acquaintances so watchful has she been self fearing to disgrace the solemn pro fes Moti of religion she made before tier god and the Church that her father has Nerer had to reprove her Tor a single Faull and he has not Only seen her off Spring Blooming around him but in outlived even the remembrance of he error in the daily he truly excellent character. N a to from the London times. The right of search. Protest of Gen. A Cess against the Del be Mandril concurrence of the French be poignant enough already but of must be sensible of having Forfciie-1 All claims to respect and must not Repine n Hen i inform Jou tint Between you and the indies of this institution All Intercourse census for Lac future. Your Mother has informed me year distress of mind has been very great and i look Forward with Hope for your amendment. Let me entreat you to pause in your a to scr and Ere you Suter yourself to he Aga in led into a. Eve 1 practices reflect upon the toy ourself and others. There is Joy in heaven Over sinner the t Repen Teth the sobs the agony her Little has been disturb e knew not where to Fly for Aid. Ament she knew to be necessary a signal kind. But How was it he the precepts from proceeding and glad of an Opportunity of bringing the distressing scene to a close she said Mary Roberts you arc dismissed fro n the school and should any Young connected with n hol d Intercourse with you for she Mutt expect to meet with the same sex of what strange materials human a ure is tha Lowns people had been loud in denunciations against Mary and Many had Jih Caten of the girl s eyes Glisoni in with the Precept press appeared of cycled by some painful Mcmin sence and Reading the rules and command ments her so tremulous could not proceed. The scholars were waiting their Dis Mission who ii a noise at the door Drew their attention toward it. At the Entrance appeared the min ister engaged in encouraging a girl to enter. It was Mary Roberts she hid face was Pale her Altini rated but there Ivas a lock of peace she Haj not formerly worn and though her eyes were Bent upon the floor the despair last accompanying their expression had changed to one off Numble Trust ulness. On the same Sorshe had occupied alone two years before she now stood supported by the minister who slated to the Escho Lars that the Precept Ress in expelling Mary had acted by his advice uia7 she had been told by himself and her father if she would submit to two cars of severe discipline sub should on an entire reformation of a Suie Promise of Good restored to Hie place she had formerly held and again admitted among her Young companions. She had so Well acquit Ted herself he had accorded her a Lull Pardon and that on the in now she was to become a member of his Church. True minister then requested the pre Ceptres 10 receive Mary into the school offering to become her purity for Good behaviour. Thus urged it impossible for the Precept Ress to refuse Niue addressing her scholars she signified her intention of admin thug into the Insi Lution if it was unanimously agreed to. There was not a dissenting voice. Mary was taken by Tolje hand by All her schoolmates and of Peirran appropriate prayer from the now Happy minister he gave them his Bles sit for and the school was dismissed. The Day following Mary made an acknowledgement of her fault before the congregation. She was then admitted a member of the from this period the Deacon was an altered Man. He now became in real Ity what had before professed to pfc a Christian walking humbly with his Felho men. The family returned to heir former residence but no Persua Sion could induce or. Roberts to re sume the station he had held with so much Pride As of Deacon of the Church. Mary finished her education to with he amiable woman who had proved so in Strumental in saving her from the canker which had so nearly Des troyed the being re moved the Flower blossomed in All the perfection of ils loveliness. Never was Mary guilty of theh enious crime again or Winch she had undergone such deep no italic lion regret. Lias been a wife and a Mother i government in the treaty of Cember 20, 1841. We have in in our Power at Leng Luj be Lay before our readers the text of the Appeal of general Cass the America minister in the French Gav Vernl ment on the right of when we first and exclusively an bounced that the american minister in Paris had taken Erich a step the Matte Vas treated by our contemporaries so Are Muturas to be ridiculous and tha consequently the assertion of our Cor respondent on whose authority we in in tinted the was a he document shall now speak for it log nation of the United Stales Paris february 15, 18-h recent signature of a realy having for ils object the stir ression of the african slave Trade by live of Powers of Europe and to which France is a party is a fact of such of Edith of you general Notony that la May be assumed As the basis of any diplomatic representations which the subject May fairly require. I the United states being no party to this treaty have no right to inquire in to which have led to it nor into the measures it proposes to adopt except so far As they have reason to believe their rights May be us olred in the course of its execution their own desire to put a Stop to this traffic is every where known As Well As the Early and continued Clio to they have adopted to prevent their citizens from prosecuting it. They have been invited by the government of Liri Tkijah to become a party to a treaty Shieh should in Gullate tha action of the combined governments upon this subject but for reasons satisfactory to them selves and i believe satisfactory to the have decline this United action ant chosen to pursue their Meas Trad to its Sla of Thisu of extra of me in i Era Del Ara Cee Dur me Hie lion ice by re am Iye to that danced in Indi Arcatie e Radt he uni Amei Iii t. Ting Obic Wilh he Sto i a 1ha Subjec ions an ils of e treated it Tion of ii rest a and to Only without us kind of foreign j in Ion their own citizens be Cynig these o any rim fiction. Action from lord pal Naf r p rail Jin win i filhes Raj cans Anssu told Ami i thes ican the this the ado a Misc 1 Tice will a ova version her Britannic majesty s Prin Cipal Secretary of stale for foreign affairs to or. Stevenson the american minister at London dated August 27, 134 lord Palmerston claims a right for the British cruisers and avows the men in of Hist government to exercise a to search Amei ican vessels at sea in time of peace with a View to ascertain their National character. Jle adds that this examination of papers of merchant men suspected of being engaged in tiie slave Rad even though they Hist an United slates Flag is a proceeding which it is absolutely necessary thai British cruisers can played in the suppression of the slave Trade should continue to practise in a comm Nicklien from the sue anti t he i mini Cossor of lord palmers Lon lord Aljer Deen to or. Stevenson dated 13th october 1841, the View and determination announced in the or exceeding let Ter Are ant lord Aberdeen thus slates the ground Tipon which this pretension to search american ves Sels in Lime of but the Urr Dei signed must observe that the present Happy consequences of the states of Christendom in this great object suppression of the slave Trade not merely justifies but renders indispensable Islo and l Ren Powe unite uni. Cuscia Quispe sidle. Ireata rep tour the right now claimed by the British Katl a that is to say the right of entering examining american by to ascertain their True National it is no part of my duty to Otter any comments upon this retention in the reasons advanced in support of it and if it were i should find the duty far better performed for me than i could perform it for myself in the an Nual message of the president of the United states to Congress of the 7th of december 1841. In that document will be found the views of the american government upon this subject and it s there emphatically declared that struck May a i lifts the year. Wever and pleasure of other we deny the right of any Polatin to any pne or All the the Earth consent. To have a voice in All Arvend alterations of that code and Are gush understand As a foreign govern its treaties with other nations exp cited without the Stab to we must fit ind the and be ormer. A nth be of try icon applied without our con employ a language Nei vocal import nor Susce Luble ii perceive sir. By these sex Llie British government has pretension which in asserts Len Sabie to the execution of the suppression of the and to which the president de Stales has declared that can government will Nof his claim of search it will Fae rising As is asserted out of Iga Lions has relation to the for the abolition of tins i were in Force it the Daje Imu cations of lord pal id lord it the combined upon is More extensive in its of More minute in some of the to execution than he keep s with France which pro i equally indefinite in he its Obi Aifons. Of course Inch Ere not Only Justin in for the pc Recti Lallcer find equal jus. Easily in the obligations of to thai act win ers to Irrer is Chi d sur i like combi be erf con ies ant y Ore la to b in slip Ahpo Craty United heir Mnasar its stif Coll Vlaj fear a be will mad of you he c Maniber Iol. T Vise a pc on Thi heir c 1. Be the i ism tar 01 i hich have i pro he e of Llose of the e favor h to it in i it i Hastal a Terry a Dep Indence May Leason fear that they must resist one of the p it upor on the Obligar solve t constr urn pcs similar Mensur i do not pro Sune is however to at Pic advanced that Lilien of the is cute without ican at s that then oblige so Fer nol on i i whole no. 201. Desirous the United slates r the suppression of the slave y cannot Cen sent to in expo o the martime code at the f new principles of martime i n went previous declaration made e parties to this quintuple earning in operation the c Overn men lean True position. The m or i such a Union of five great of which Are eminently i three of which nor a a engaged in that healed to produce upon the other nations hem Nuy la indisposed to de inon Hough it Iti j. Al i to Nisi i is no just plaint. But the her aspect when they Are f the parties hut their pcs i jointly entered and sex Rorr to Parry into a Fleck. On. The Amer cites not believe that frit cart inning parties to i ave any u ish to compel slates by Force to adopt s to its or to in tons. They have too Cree in sense of jus y such result and they Jde asure the prompt Dis by in the country at Tribune of of deputies of and in nature. Jut were it in it they i cd in thus Rongfu lenten t would not Alicr in of action. Their e the same and the same r deter Mana Ion to fulfil w prepare themselves Sion indeed but without regret but with firmness a be desperate struggles of Etimos occurred in the world but where a cause of have Given comparative 1 break Dou a the Pride of e already said that the a Loriol fear that any such will be Mado upon their whal however they y fear and what they do i the of this s will be taken which How the a cts of ratios putting their con its own duties and up on of its cd contractors Icso in any unto Kwh for either by he adopt Ion of is or by their rejection to judge. Certain it if the fact and Princis lord Aberdeen Are hese treaties for the above Trade car no be exe forcibly Boord Kiiji i in Rimes of peace tons a rented by them the i front thus to violate d on fourth Page news Laferr newspaper
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