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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 9, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI v y 1st, e of lie my incl m. I printed and published every wednesday by j. P. At of a year Fayble half yearly in Advance or so if not paid to within the year. Volt 30. Wellsborough wednesday March 9, 1842. Whole no. 186. Off Ament of the receipts arum thousand eight Hundred ice at Wellsborough the it commissioner harness making pc hers having entered into part Tor Llis purpose of carrying on. Iness in All us branches 111 the be of Cov Fnorton lends and the Public that they t execute a work in their and in ice Stock of Dillas bridles Martins trunks. Public patronage is solicited by and he by Bitil alien s with a Doe regard to Tinct my Fth to give general satisfaction. A lure will be received in ,.u the regular Market Price. Henry Ford. Aug. 6, 1811. A Solc to cloth Caps for Mir than Ever before offered by Smith 4 Nichols _ notice. On Thone where n is of More than in Cash a be received. D. B. Shoff. Jan. 5lh if 42. Academy. Of the Wel Boio n i next term of into Lii i Recti nit monday the 19lh int. Pm Itei Dianee of or. S. Into of Yale College the ill Booth compelling him to Relio or. Miner highly re id Ali e trustees feel charge the institution will Utah Iota has deservedly it. Booth. Is of turion. Atin Al j. Cd mathematics chemistry mineralogy Tany 1 Book keeping Lmh Metic and English a Colburn i first e obtained at from Ono to tic. For b. B. Smith of l.i7mah we now i j. Embt. July 1st, 1641. A paper till Tiocka , Tiona county a. Conditions. All letters and communications must anti paid to ensure attention. No subscription received for a Shorter period months nor will any paper be Discon Tini Fil until All arrearage Are paid brutal the Yuon of the publisher. A Liberal reduction to Hose who advertise m in year communications. Fri Ltd a fur the Eagle. In n Nuino r of i ii advocate of Reform. I have seen some re links Aliot the Church coming up out of i to , in the writer out the idea hat the flight of the Clu Iruh into the wilderness spoken of in the 13 h chapter of revelations Ful fired in the migration of the Pilgrim i Filbert of new England from Briliant o America. This interpretation of the prophecy is objectionable inasmuch As persons were themselves a Vii the rare option of the Rhode islanders nor v much disposed to persecute Lime tent differed from them As the Pope but a still greater of Jeri Ian Fri of from the tact thai the Lime of this removal to late to he the fulfilment of the t a Ophery it in i . Hip Church fulfil to a place Privi Virfil Golf Ophir up cops oni where is to be fed my Onri Heil fir 1260 or in Oiher Twords during the whole p Rit d of the prevalence of Popery. To a i it appears tory Clear that in the 11 Tai chapter of the rave have a prediction of the con Iii gird testimony of True christians to Iliin the kingdom of the beast and t it the 12th chapter contains a Prelic Ion of he preservation of Thi Stirt to lurch in bomb wild country Conti ii Tous to it. The charge against the ten kingdoms be nominated thu horns of the is that they gave the Power to the i in his Wirs against the saints of be Moil High. Bui the country Deno in the prophecy Nigist Nave been free from them in a measure As the inhabitants fed nil cherished the Church of our lord jews Christ. Commentators have confounded these to prophecy a supposing them to he Iwic Hing the one and something and hey speak of the Church going into Security and sinking into error new Sheie does nol need to be any of Jonty in la encase the dragon sees the Circh but wings arc Given her and c out of his reach. Finding he reach her the dragon sends a if Osl of water after her in order to car f her away with the i Oil but now to Earth helps her and swallows the Ted. Finding All his efforts fail the i Rijon turns to persecute the remnant is her seed who keep Tho co Frimand of god and have the testimony f Jesus. At the first View the Prophet has a the apostolic Church in primitive purity but following the Forward he trares the Church some prominent Branch which Najj inured More than any other of Pony of the first Church. Or Irmo ave Frain whether this pm cry or we have to if churches in con incs in order Loaster we country the holy spirit has we must look for the Sharac and first he country in ques Vul prepared by the lord for the purpose viz., to protect and the Church. I was a country nol in league or his ten horns. A it Wasa country in which True " b on continued during fhe whole assigned to the reign of Era lion and More than that precarious existence christians had under the Dukes of Savoy and other Sov reigns whose kingdoms Are denominated horns of the i Hope sir that in the further investigation of this subject i to Hall be Able to bring to View the history of a peo ple1 but Little known at the present and thai to give an account of the origin the history the civil and religions m Iii unions of the Welch will he both agreeable and instr live to the Readis of the . Heretofore Mankind rave Only Hien entertained with the silly of writers which leave them As Igno rank of the Rue history of the Welch As Houg i they had Don quixotic or Pullover s travels. A cumbrian. Correspondence of the Eagle. Extract of a letter dated new York feb. 24th 1842. Or. N. B. In the year pent my eldest son to select a spot for a Welsh settlement in the Nolli part of title state. After travelling i rum Mon Rose to he fixed on a pot in Inq Reston township in this county where a Nura Kev Calami Les have been settled Ever since. There will he a considerable increase of them at Well As numbers who Maysville at Blush org when the Coal and Iron business becomes it. It is my desire thai they should live in Harmony Anil Mutual respect with the other inhabitants of the coins try and an Getlin r Uip and in Kent up the eff urls i Tiave made fir in in Settle the Welsh emigrants in Penn a f had in View not Only the Benefit of my countrymen but i was very to Bent fit the state n sell by Plant no in it a Harry ind sinous and Intel tent n Olio a in Sciples Are not to be varied w ill every wind hut when know a Uell a any trim r Jie file. How to pro l it thir n rights and to re Pequi he Anghis f we Mohave Len Juble to be misled by Prini Isles both in c Vil and be Ligion Tolian any people. There lore in a stale that stands in so important a Htu Ivalinn both As respects 113 geographical Posi its agricultural and Mineral resources. 1 deem it a matter of first importance that it should peopled by a race of men of Sterling principles both religious and political. J. H. It was a country that did not but cherish and feed the lurch. For in. It was a country whose gov purely secular and nol i with any form of buyers i w i8 Gaid the Earth helped the 1 swallowed the flood. I to me it appears that there Nave been some principles that prevalent in that country that i Iii Church More accent Sih was to any other have been the Rea y christians met with such i reception there. Principles i have kid Down in 1iv i appear to me to Church Are few men in this world but would be Rich. The thought of being wealthy is delicious charming. Then comes into the mind the finery Slippery and the train of admirers that would follow and Wois Bip at the shrine of wealth. These flatter the vanity of fill with ecstacy the Bright acid Loving hearts of women. The desire for riches Spring also irom a fear of some Day becoming miserable poor and dependent. Riches Are supposed to bring introduce 0116 into a higher state of society hich he nol attain in any other Way and these of degeneracy it is almost impossible for a poor Man to gain thai reception into society which ins Mer its May dem my. But let a Aik in the things of this world form the True source of enjoyment acc they the True and genuine foundation that we May rest upon for happiness we think not Lofey Are Good no doubt Alliey often place a Man it a situation of enhancing has own Happy Ziess and of Tolx is but the real valuable riches Are those of Tihe mind. A Well cultivated and enlightened understanding will look Uip on a things of this As last Iii and a armament. But As fleeting As the moment merely loaned to us for a Wise purpose for the use of which we Aielo give an account. The mind is the Only shall last when the Reck of worlds shall the and the countless wot of creation shall be no More is it then right for us to me All our time in seeking after those riches which will decay would it nol to Well to Lay up a treasure which will be Perma nent that will endure when All else shall fail it is a glorious thing that although some never can grow Rich in goods yet Diligence every one can furnish for himself a Well cultivated mind a source of enjoyment within itself that never can be impaired or destroyed. Trouble and adversity can never harm us and rude blasts of misfortune Loose i heir and even death the too often frightful visitant of worldly Man loosen his terror and received As an occur rence incident to our existence a murmur or a Gran but the Man who has depended upon the riches of the world for enjoyment when he beholds the grim messenger approach ing trembles and distracts his very soul. Riches of the world Are Good when applied but the riches of the mind Only ire worthy of our concern. Is transitory the other permanent great. Although the Boston and Liverpool packet Caledonia is now hourly expected at the form tar port and it he expedient to await her dates Tili 1 feel Justi Hud in writ to you by the of the news j is brought by the1 jacket Neitli Anim , Listii London to the 7th
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