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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 1, 1851, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaVania at two dollars a year. My. Thursday morning May 1. 1851. Who looked upon the harrowing spectacle of a Battle Field whose All was depending on the game before him gambling with one throw his fast his Only stake and that the Empire of the whole no. 663. World. The Battle of Waterloo. By Charles first my Enron was to open the Bat by in attack upon the extreme right but watching with intense anxiety the scene beside him sat one whose flashing Eye and changing features looked in every Way his of. T j a 7, who returned from an observation of the ground informed him that a Rivulet swollen by Tho late Rains had now become a foaming Tor Ren. It frilly impassable to infantry. To avoid abandoned ins favorite Manchu we of a flank movement and resolved to attack by the Centre launching his cavalry and artillery by the Road to Brussels he hoped thus to Cut the communication of the with their own left As Well As with he l russians for whom lie trus de hat Grouchy would be More than a Ratcli the it tvs were in consequence brought i p to lie Centre seven thousand cavalry and i in ill try assembled upon the Heights of i cello Yllance and but the order to March. It was eleven o clock and Napoleon ins and rile slowly Alon the him the cry of i in i emperor re Sunim ind the binds of tha various regiments Sam Kip i heir spirit stirring strains As the Gor of Ous along. On Tho anti a bide i l Wunn Reinl and still the different divisions to inv taken up their ground and c is nun tar la to Mark Brame hrs v i with nothing could possibly be Eijiu than the circumstances of the j. Eich army possessed an Etna inc whence min he Phy a Brod i and slightly u jul Itig Valley Lay of tween both. The ground p in All puget both cavalry and infantry pm ref. Anil Vali i in Ubillu Walla of the deadly struggle round the chateau. Every told the the moment. His Broad and Brawny Chest glittered with orders and decorations and his heavy brow and Louring look flushed almost Black with excitement could not easily be forgotten. It wad Soult who in his Quality of eral accompanied the emperor throughout the Day. I they have lost it again said the mar Shal passionately and see they Are forming beneath Che of the artillery the head of the column keeps not Ita formation two minutes together Why does he not move teries to carry Haye Sainte with the Bayonet and leaving an infantry division for its March against la Papelette and la Haye. They must be curried by the a the Aid de Camp was gone Napoleon s Eye followed him As he crossed the open Plain and was lost in the dense ranks of the dark columns. Scarcely five minutes when eighty guns thundered out together and As the Earth Shook and trembled beneath the mighty move ment of the Day began its execution. From Hougo Umont where the Slaughter and carnage continued a slackened and unstated every Eye was now turned towards the right. I knew not what troops occupied la Haye Sainte or whether they were British who crowned he Heights above in but in my heart Hov fervently did i Pray thai it might be so of in that moment of suspense and agonizing doubt what would i not have Given to know thai Picton himself and the fighting fifth were Domont you know the British what troops j that behind that Ridge the Grays the royals Are Hose in the Orchard 7 they use the Bayonet i Well. The officer addressed pointed Hie Glass for a moment to the spot then turning to the emperor replied As he touched his hat they Are the guards during this Lime Napoleon spoke nol his Eye Ever Benl upon Che Battle he seemed to pay Little if any alte lion to the conversation about Bun. As he looked breathless and heated galloped up. The columns of attack Are formed sire everything is ready and the marshal Only Waits the Napoleon turned upon his Saddle and direct ing ins Glass towards Ney s division looked his Eye moved fixedly for some moments at it. A of or the farmhouse front to rear 3lowly and Havo unto both of which were occupied lele6cope Alons the line he fixes it steadily i. Of n i Alvan Ligac Irr by a Urc to inclined to Sulc. It a fair " in up it was lie mighty tournament not of to greatest but of the evil hit in world Ipp Cir it in to much to dior Ever will ssh f r i c injun Vyrl to in in inactive of Tho 1 to n l the deep Laid and urls do Pun it a Lac t Wen t used fur Sno of my my Stela wis of Orturo and Misene. I sat upon ulc r t no it before me 11 v where vet the ill Corn waved in Mimi. Uk-.-, tool i ii quiet Anil us i no "1 i chateau and the brandies Oftle Orchard. The Birds their the shrill whish ratio musketry was to be heard and upon the Fiir left. Here toward St. Lambert a i Light Cloud seemed to rest on the i As the emperor continued to gaze steadfastly i at it every Glass of the Bluff was speedily turn in Ilia direction. It u lung but a Cloud some exhalation from tint whispered one. To said another they look like Pir of the Bois de i la Are Eaid the emperor speaking for the time. Is it Grouchy or Blucher Soult inclines to believe it to be the former and proceeds to give his reasons but the pm p Tor listening turns towards Domont nil non Fri him i h his division of Light Caval re. And sub Csc s brigade to proceed thither at once. Ii n by Grouchy to establish a Junction with him advanced to resist should it guard of Blucher. Prove to be the scarcely is the ,1 a i Ali i Cou d select the uniform of or erg ten when a column of cavalry Wheeling who help the position and my heart fours about self from the immense mass and seems to serpentine like an enormous Snake the squares of the mighty army. The Pace increases at every moment and at length we face them emerge from the extreme e Irmo i Lynnd proudly As i recognised the in in the Orchard and Garden were Sla riflemen at least their dress and order they assumed bespoke them h c 1 in kid he Tirril Lepirs of Jerome s i Anim Llie front of Flo inf and and the Ennis in Lens sat motionless but Burn my to Advance to fact the breath of the tattle waved among the tartans of the highlanders and blew upon the flashing features of Ray own Island countrymen. Had i known this i could have marked the Onset with a less failing spirit there goes said a companion they re moving to the right of Thi Road. I should like to see the troops that Wil stand before them. So saying he mounted his horse and do siring to to accompany him Rode to the height la Belle Alliance. The Battle was now raging from the chateau de Ilou Doumont to St. Lam Bert where the prussian Tirail Leurs As they is sued from the Wood were skirmishing with the advanced posts of Lobar s brigade. The attack upon the Centre however engrossed All my at Tention and i watched the dark descended into the Plain while the it Cessn Roll of the artillery played about them. To the right of Noy s attack d Erlon advanced will three divisions and the artillery of the toward this part of the Field my companion moved. General Levasseur desired to know if the divisions on the Brussels Road were English or hanoverian troops and i was sent of to answer the question. We passed from Square to Square at length we found ourselves upon the flank of d Erlon s division. Leva s eur who at the head of his Cuirass ers a Nisei but the order to charge waved impatiently will his sword for us to approach. We were now to the right of the High Road and about fou Hundred Yards from the Crest of the Hill where protected by a slight hedge Picton will kempt s brigade waited the attack of the enemy. Just at this moment an incident took place which while in itself one of the most Brilliant achievements of the Day changed in a Signa manner my own fortunes. The head of d or Lon s column pressed with fixed Bayonet s up the gentle slope. Already the belgian infantry a mile the Wood. This movement by its precision and Beauty had attracted our entire a m it i1 in he Hill in a Sling Trot broke into i attention not Only from the attack upon Cotigo h keeping up. As they went a Mont but also an incident which had taken to Irrer Kulir fire. The English Skir place close beside us. This was the appear ifs a Perl in this Peculiar Ance Ofa prussian Hussar who had been taken Biclie and the head of u ils Brittle prisoner Between wave and plan Chenit. He i March toward i the chateau. The was be bearer of a letter from Bulow to Wal Irti Irry is unmarked ind open it fire. 1 Ling Lon announcing his arrival at St. Lambert Gallop ins twelve pieces asking for orders. The Hariu h concealed from View 1 the attack this explains the appearance on the right but the prisoner adds hat the three prussian is pour Forward and the artillery than j corps we e at wave having a rushed their a her s de both armies stand motion tools two leagues from that town without Ever encountering any portion of tha Force under the command of Grouchy. Fora moment not a word is spoken. A silence like a panic per Vades the staff the emperor is the first to break it. The terrific commit while every i turned to that Devoir i spol from pm is of Cloud and smoke the Bright glare1 by is 11 Ishag. 13 the crashing masonry Rafter-.-, and the loud yell of Battle i frightful interest of the scene. For hour tha tremendous Attick continues a the artillery stationed upon hid found Kranjc and Ever shot tells upon its loitering walk a i no Tilley of lire inns is now Hviid from Ted. Said he speaking rapidly and the Orchard stands u second i with Yrure Energy than i had hitherto noticed t Ord a coed. Ono after another us rapid i Bulow May not a entirely cutoff. Let an this said he turning to Soult i the chances were ninety to one in our favor s arrival has already lost us thirty of the number but the Odds Are yet sufficient if grou Chy but rep air he horrible fault he has commit 11 i no itself. A silence Fol iwo 5 a a for v moments a deafening cheer bursts r ind in Airl or Camp Gallop up to say that been carried at the Point of the Tot t the so Insp Slio Tori who held after a Dan Prato resistance retired is the Irres Stablo Onset of Tho French in in ten intense interest which chained me to of Tho Field i had not noticed till this tint the emperor and his staff were s scarcely thirty Yarda from where i dipole on seated upon a Grav almost had suffered the reins to fall the neck Ai be held Wilh Bolh hands to scope to his Cut his dress the usual 6 5 t Coit with White facings was dist Guise by the Cross of the legion his High 000 were splashed and mud stained Friori rid in through the drop and Clayey soil his com ind clean bred Charger looked somewhat and heated but he himself was Calm tranquil. How anxiously did i that flee Wilh what a throbbing met did 1 canvass every gesture hoping to some fusing Trail of doubt of difficulty or i but none was there unlike one right and draw up on Parade above Hilf gave Way before them. The Brave Brunswick by the heavy cavalry of France began to waver then Are broken and at last Retreat in disorder up the Road a whirlwind of. Pursuing squadrons thundering behind them. The artillery is called up to play upon the Brit ish squares upon which fixed and immovable the Cuirass ers have charged without Success. Like a Thunderbolt the flying artillery dashes to the front but scarcely has it reached the Bottom of the ascent when from the deep the guns become imbedded in the soil. In vain the Drivers whip and Spur their lab ring cattle. Impatiently the leading tiles of the column prick with their bayonets the struggling horses. The hesitation is fatal for Welling ton who with Eagle glance watches from an Eminence beside the High Road the advancing Holubin sees the Accident. An order is Given and with one fell swoop the heavy cavalry Bri Gade pours pours Down. Picton a division de ploys into line the bayonets Gla nce about the Ridge and with a shout that tells above the Bat on they come the fighting fifth. One vol is exchanged but the Bayonet is now to the charge and French division re treats m close column pursued by the Gallant enemy. Scarcely had the leading divisions fallen Back and the rear been pressed Down upon and thrown into disorder when the cavalry Trum pets sound a charge the Bright helmets of the Ennio milliners come Flushing in the sunbeams and the scotch Grays like a White crested wave Are rolling upon the foe. Marco Gnel s division is surrounded the dragoons ride it Down on every Side the guns Are captured the Drivers slain and two thousand prisoners Are carried off. A sudden panic seems to seize upon the French As cavalry infantry and Artil Lery Are hurried Back on each other. Vainly the French attempt to rally. The household brigade led on by lord Uxbridge come Thun Dering Down the Road Riding Down with their Force the mailed Cui Rasters. Borna along with the retreating torrents i was car ried on amid the densely commingled mass. The British cavalry which like the lightnings that sever the Thunder Cloud Pierce through in every direction plunge madly Japon us. The Roar of Battle grew louder As hand to hand they fought. Milhaud s heavy dragoons with the fourth lancers come up at a Gallop. Picton presses Forward waving his plumed hat above his head his proud Eye flash1 with the fire of officer approach letter giving Asho spoke billow s letter to lord Wellington give this letter to marshal Grouchy Lell Hita Hal at this moment he should be before wave Tell him that already had be obeyed his orders but him to March at once press Forward his cavalry to come up in two in three at farthest. Vou have but five leagues to ride Tec sir that you reach him within an hour. As the officer hurries away at the top of his Speed an Aid do Camp from general Domoff confirms the they Are the whom he has before him. As yet however they Are Debo Ching from the Wood and have attempted no Forward movement. I what s Bulow s Force marshal 1" i thirty thousand let Lobar take ten thousand with the Cui Rassier of the Young guard hold the Prus sians in the Aid de Camp of marshal headed and expectant sat Wai himself to View key who Bare ing for orders the emperor turned towards him As be said with a Clear and firm Tell the marshal to open fire of Hii Bat Victory. That moment is his last. He Falls dead from the Saddle struck in the forehead by a mask Thrall and the wild yell of the Irish regiments As they ring his death cry Are the last sounds which he hears. Meanwhile the lifeguards Are among us prisoners of rank Are seized on every Side and seizing the moment threw myself among. The ranks of my countrymen and am borne to the rear with the retiring squadrons. As we reached the Crest of the Hill above the Road a loud cheer in the Valley beneath us burst Forth and from the midst of the dense smoke a Bright and pointed flame shot up to Ward the sky. It waa the farm House of la Haye Sainte which the French had succeeded in setting fire to with Hotshot for some time past the ammunition of the corps that held it had failed and a dropping irregular musketry was the Only reply to the incessant rattle of the enemy. As the smoke cleared away we Dis covered that inc French had carried the Posi Tion and As no Quarter was Given in that deadly hand to hand conflict not one returned to our ranks to Tell the tale of their defeat. You had belter see the Duke said Gra Ham your information is too important to be delayed 1 i by a slightly circuitous route we reached the Road upon which a mass of Dis mounted artillery carts and tub oils were heaped together As a barricade against the attack of the French dragoons who More than once had penetrated to the very Crest of our position. Close to this and on a Little rising ground from which a View of the entire Field extended the Duke of Wel Lington stood surrounded by his staff. His Eye was Bent upon the Valley before him where the columns of nay s attack stilled pressed Onward while the fire of sixty great guns poured death and carnage into his lines. The second belgian division routed Anil broken hid fallen Back upon the Twe Iuar seventh infantry who hid merely time to throw themselves into Square when Milhaud is Cuirass ers came sweeping Down upon them. A line of impassable Bayon ets a Wing die Aux de Frise of the Best blood of Britain Eliod firm and motionless before the Shock. The French Mit Raille played mercilessly upon the hut the columns were filled up like magic and in vain the to d horsemen of Gaul galloped round the bristling at i length the word fire was heard within the Square and As the Bullet sat pistol Range rattled upon them the Cuirass afforded no defence against the deadly Volley. Men and horses rolled indiscriminately upon the Earth and then would come a charge of our dashing squad Rons who Riding recklessly upon the foe were in their turn to be repulsed by numbers and Frest attacks poured Down upon our unshaken infantry. V what s Ney s Force 1 can you guess sir 1" said lord Wellington turning to me. About twelve thousand men my Are the guards among them v no sir the guards Are in Reserve above la Belle in whal Parl of the Field is Bonaparte 1" nearly opposite to where we i told you gentlemen Houg Mont never was the great attack. The be decided pointing As he spoke to the Plain beneath us where still Ney poured in his Devo Ted columns Fibre yet the French cavalry Rode Down upon our firm squares. There was As a Brilliant and eloquent writer on the subject mentions a terrible sameness in the whole of this Battle. Incessant charges of cavalry upon the squares of infantry whose sole manoeuvre consisted in either deploying nto line to resist the attack of infantry or fall no Back into Square when the cavalry advanced performing those two evolutions under the devas Laling fire of artillery and before the unflinching heroism of troops whose glories had been reaped upon the blood stained Fields of i. Erlitz Marengo and Wagram. It was six o clock the Battle had continued Vilh unchanged Fortune for three hours. The French masters of la Haye Sainte could never dance further into our position. They had gained the Orchard of Hou Goumel but the Cha eau was still held by the guards although its lazing roof and crumbling mad e its occupation rather the desperate stand of unflinching valor than the maintenance of an in Porlant position the smoke which Hung upon the Field rolled in slow and heavy masses Back upon lha French lines and gradually discovered to our View the entire of the army. We quickly perceived that a change was taking place in their position. The troops that on their left stretched far beyond hopi Loument were now moved nearer to the Centre. The attack upon the chateau seemed less vigorously sup ported while the oblique direction of the right Wing which pivoting upon de a face to the prussians All denoted a change in their order of Battle. To was now the hour Napoleon at last convinced that nothing but the carnage he could no longer support could Des Troy the unyielding ranks of British infantry thai although Hougo Umont had been partially la Haye Sainte completely won that upon the right of the Road the farm houses Papelette and la Haye were nearly surrounded by his troops which with any other army must prove the fore runner of defeat yet still the Victory was beyond his grasp. The bold stratagems whose Success the experience of a life had proved were Here found powerless. The decisive Man oeuvre of carrying one important Point of the enemy s lines of turning him upon the flank or piercing his Centre was Here found impracticable. He might launch his Avalanche of grape shot be might pour Down his crashing columns of cavalry he might Send Forth the Iron storm of his Brave infantry but though death in every shape heralded their approach still were others found to fill the fallen ranks and feed with their Best blood the a slaked thirst for Slaugh Ter. Well might the Gallant Leader of this Gal Lantho St As he watched the reckless Onset of the untiring enemy and looked upon the in few who bearing the proud badge of alone sustained the fight Well of exclaim night or Blucher it was now seven o clock when a dark mass was seen to form upon the Heights the French Centre and Divide into three Gigantic columns of which the right occupied the Brus Sels Road. These were the reserves consisting of the old and Young guards and amounting to twelve elite of the French by the emperor for a Coupe de Mam. These veterans of a Hundred Bailies had been so aligned from the beginning of the Day inactive spec Talora of the fight. Their hour was now come and a shout which Rose triumphantly Over the Din and crash of Bat tie they Bega n their March. Meanwhile aids de Camp galloped along the lines announcing the arrival of Grouchy to reanimate the Droop ing spirits of the men for at last a doubt of Vic tory was breaking the minds of those who never before in the most Adverse hour of for tune deemed his Star could set that led them on to glory itt Vas an awful a dreadful moment. The prussian Cannon thundered on our left but so desperate was the French resistance that but Little progress1 was made. The dark columns of the guard had now made the ascent and the artillery ceased its fire As the bayonets showed above the slope. Then began Hal tremendous cheer from right to left of our line which those who heard can never forget. It was the impatient Long restrained burst of a slaked vengeance. With the instinct which valor teaches Tottey knew that the hour of trial was and Fiat cry flew from rank to rank echoing from the blood stained Walls of Hougo Umont to the far off Valley of la Papel Otle. They come they was the cry and the shout of Vive mingled with the out burst of to e British under an overwhelming Shower of grape to which succeeded a charge of cavalry of the Imperial guard he head of Ney s column fired its Volley and advanced with the Bayonet. The British artillery now opened at half Range and although the plunging fire swathed and devastated the dark ranks of the guards on they came Ney himself on foot at their head. Twice the leading division of that Gallant column turned completely roid As the withering fire wasted and consumed them but they were resolved to win. Already they gained the Crest of the Hill and the first line of he British were falling Back before them. The artillery closes up the flanking fire from the guns upon the Road opens upon them the head of the enemy s column Breaks like a Shell the Duke seizes the to Mem and advances on foot to the Ridge. Up guards and at he cried. The hour of Triumph and vengeance had arrived. In a moment the guards were on their feet one Volley was poured in the bayonets were brought to the charge and they closed upon the then was seen the most dreadful struggle that the history of All War can present. Furious with Long restrained passion the guards Rush upon the leading divisions the seventy first and ninety Firth and Twenty sixth overlapped them on their flanks. The generals j fell thickly on every Side Michel Jamier and i Malet Are killed Friant lies wounded upon the i ground Ney his dress pierced and ragged with balls shouts still to Advance but the Lead ing files waver they fall Back the supporting division thickens confusion panic succeeds the British press Down the cavalry come Gal loping up to their assistance and Al last Peru Mell overwhelmed and beaten the French fall Back on the old guard. This was the decisive moment of the Day the Duke closed his Glass As he said the Field is won. Bedouin agility. I Italy met with an esteemed Friend whom i had not seen for some years and the had not Long before returned from the East indies. He went by the Overland and came Back the same Way. In going he had an Opportunity of remaining a couple of Days at Cairo and while there he devoted one Day to the pyramids one of which he entered and also ascended to its Summit. The huge masses of Stone of which constructed Are so arranged As to form up which As so Many stairs the traveller mounts to the top. That which Ray Friend ascended was the great Pyramid of about three Hundred feet Distant from which is the smaller Ono explored by Belzoni. The Steps of the former he said Are Ort the aver age about two feet Broad and three or four feet High and arabs Are constantly wailing to assist travellers in the arduous tack of ascent. Let the Reader think of this vast Structure higher than the top of St. Paul a and whose base would More than fill Lincoln s inn Fields in London. The Summit being gained his Drago Man attendant and interpreter told him that one of the bedouin arabs who bad accompanied him would for Whit would he to a european a to rafting gratuity run swiftly Down the Declivity of Steps Cross the Sandy interval Between the base and the next Pyramid and rapidly ascend it performing the feat in less time than any one not acquainted Wilh the suppleness of the Arab s limbs and their muscular agility and Power could suppose. The Man said he would do it in ten a shilling which he was not have if he did not stand on the Summit of the Otler Pyramid within the limited time. My Friend agreed and the Man prepared for his task by laying some of Ina clothing on one Side and adjusting the rest properly thus girding his holding his watch in his hand my Friend gave the word and the Man started run Ning Down the Steep and rugged descent at the top of his Speed As though he had been racing Down a smooth and gentle Hill Side. My Friend said it really was frightful As the mad soon acquired such a descending velocity thai there was nothing for him but go on he must while t false step would have him Forward in such a manner that be must have rolled to the Bottom and been killed. But reaching the ground in safety he ran on through the Loose Sand often above his Ankles crossed the interval with Una bated peed ran up the other. He stood at the top waving his hand in Triumph in Etc Ait min utes and half a minute and a half under the time allowed youth s instructor. 1 Don t i do it. When you Are Offe Reaa great the value of which you know nothing about but which you Are to get at half Price being you do it. When a clique of warm friends want you to Start a paper to Forward a particular set of views and Promise you a Large Quantity of Fortune and Fame to be gained in the you do it. When a Young lady catches you alone lays violent eyes upon you expressing pop in every Don t you do it. When a petulant individual politely observes to you Vou had better eat me up had t you you do it when a horse kicks you and you Foel a Strong desire to kick the horse in you do it. When you Are shinning in very expeditiously round town in search of somebody with Soine thing Over who can assist with a lean and you Are. Suddenly anticipated by somebody who wants to borrow from you do it. Should you happen to catch yourself whistling in a priming office and the. Compositors Tell you to Whitle Yon do it. If on an Odd occasion your wife should exclaim to you now Tumble Over the Cradle and break your neck do you do it. When you have any business to transact with a modern financier and he you to go and Dine with him order the whole me to a rhetorician in a recent treatise upon his Art after recounting some of the most common errors in elocution proceeds to avoid these inconveniences you ought to have a Clear Strong this reminds us of a recipe in an old Book on the Art of cookery How to dress a catch a Irish from Kil Jarney Jane o Boggerty she had in her arms two babies and a Guernsey cow All b Lack with red hair and Tortoise Shell Combs behind her ears and urge Black spots All Down her Back which squints awfully. Did you Ever know a Yankee travelling in the cars who wis not in a hurry to leave them before they hid fairly stopped k an editor at the eastward that the inti Ber business has greatly improved since it has become fashionable for every Public Man to have a platform. You do it. A sin that is its own punishment and makes men torment themselves it makes the spirit body All tha enjoyments sour it arises not from ithe condition but lha mind. Paul was contented in prison Ahab was discontent tended in a Palace he had All the delights of Canaan that pleasant land the wealth of a King Dom the pleasures of a court the honors and Powers of a throne yet All this avails him no thing without Naboth s Vineyard. Inordinate desire exposes men to continual vexation and being disposed to Tret they will always find something to fret about Henry. Hen pecked husband made Legal i complaint against his better half one Day last week in put Burg. He stated thai she had Cut up his shirts and trampled her feet thrown a knife at him and hit him with a poker and wound up by driving him from the House with a knife and. My. Bullion says the sight of misery him unhappy for a month for his reason when he sees a beggar approaching he always Cafrie his eyes to the opposite of the Street. _ Why Are Barking Dom because they show their Teeth and Don t bite. 1 no _ a received the perpetrator of the above is old the de of Webster s Harrisburg in by jelesrapl1 by declined to puh Tith if the lightning declines to i adding lightning declines to i Tki Utle Erpf Uca. We Don t want .erv.ce. We can wait till the Peech enormity comes to us by spa Fri

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