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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 15, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI grinding j Ksen Mode us of Jne have proved printed s in be i the Doltar new Snappjr animal magnetism. Elizabeth 9. Swift. Btmg8. P and Down like a mad Witch hands moved in the air. A screen 1 th9 magic scene the tour professor s heart beat a too an influence fell visions o or Bis fancy past he thought be could have Knell and worshipped Fanny in the Ohart she looked so wondrous Sweet and ii air. By mined wide almost in fright 5 Whitehall a gardens eyes Thi wondrous science his Delight too Hobby Olibe Wise be Pui w flight by woman a looks 1 a t 4 i c w c r Mir sols was was i j Van h May 15, Jot Ching 1risb story1. Ten Quick passes now he Vig Rons Maki his hands High raised in air cupid his keenest Arrow takes determined not to spare and deep in the professor s heart i flew Wilh a delicious smart. What happened than i cannot say j Kui there were vows and i and Cheeks As blushing As the and spirit looks from eyes i and All i in fuss that Lover s Makbul when bus Felheim hearts begin to Allie. Cupid sly dog laughed out in glee then pouting they dark the Jilly tools try Chea Thig me with science spun of air Nile them know these would i by ton. A. C. Hall. T me Yout lordship s opinion said the lady Helen i Graves and As the Noble girl uttered i the we is her Eye brightened and her Cheeks flushed with a better feeling than h fcb born fashionable generally deem i ices sary. Med exclaimed the Earl look ing up t the animated features of his god is Gater and How comes any pretty Jelen to know aught of the mat n Vej links has Learned More than the i mysteries of Harp and Lute or a poor c tones of the italian and Span he continued sit m this soft ottoman and prove native to my assertion that the Jet Only from impulse not from see me and she the so ish to Down the n Irish Long can an impulse last in quire the lady As she seated herself at he flood father s feet just where he sent them Over with my own and have been he had scarcely finished this sentence when we heard the Porter in loud Remon Strance with a female who was endeavouring la Force her Way through the Hall. I half opened the Library door where we were Silling to ascertain the cause of the interruption. A then sure ve1 would t have the heart to turn Ira thur from the come Sich a Way just to spake tin words to his lordship s glory and Don t Tutaj we j to her for a Token when it was a Small in her apron we set off As As we could for mrs. Mahoney s farm. It was More than two Miles Tom us and the. Drifted j and och but or an sorrow wakens a body and my Moth m i i a 1 have Justice and then in a subdued voice Praise to the lord care Niver left me and i could lint this for you this seated evening by waiting maids which if it were not correctly put on looked to my taste Alt the better. Her face was Pale but her Fine dark intelligent eyes gave much and varied expression her Beautiful hair even Lafount s to not h up proper fluence probably by former habits Kate Connor seated evening of ii Cuccu Smink to the 8tory Kate bar bereft us we All said that she was sitting on a Low seat h by Cross the we or was come in that de hands resting on her Nodi a he summer was gone forever. Going through her m a no there s either madness o Folly in try ing to get one s Owr again Vas to the Money it s but that i want for j Yeilhe use of my he Brand can walk and it la hard if one of be won t lend me a Pound or May be thirty and no one shall Ever lose by Kate con nor to the value of a brass Farthing and As to not knowing the Road sure i be a Tongue in had t the great c innocent swallows their Jolt will do As much for a poor girl who puts her Trust in him. My heart s against it said Barney but she s in the right a 4 then he wanted to persuade me to go before the priest with him but no says i i la Niver do that till i find Justice i la never bring oth shame and poverty to an honest of s Hearthstone j i la not be tiring yer Noble honors any longer wid the Orrow Anil All thai Whin i left them hey d have forced me to take More ban thirty knows How hey raised the i thought t enough and by the time i reached Dublin there was eight of it gon6 Small Way the rest lasted and i was ill three Days from the sea in liver Pool. Of Whin i got a Good piece of the when my bits o rags were All feet Bare and bleeding and the doors of the Sweet White cot tages shut against me and i to go to my then i Felt that i was in the land of the could hearted Straiger och the English ate a Fine honest people but no ways tinder Well i there y watch for a month without Rev id Vve strove to Plase the agent by lot sure he was master be Kate s remarks nixed wifi observation and simplicity that idea was Worth noting. I was so pleased wife the Prospect of the disc Mattw of the agent tile Joy of the lovers and the a adv Ding fall stories that end properly end in that Way you 1 re quest to spend a Day in Bath. We hired a car nage in Dublin and just verge of papa s estate saw fir. O Brien his hands in his pockets his fuzzy red hair sticking oat All round his Dandy hat like a burning final Bush vulgar ugly face As dirty As if it bad not been washed for a month. He was lording it Over some half naked creatures who were breaking stones but who def cite his presence working As the Carriage approached muttered we i shall never forget the appalled look of Brien when my lather put Liis head out Shosid have seen he could not utter a single sentence. Many of the per also us nodded and spoke to some we among them they shouted so lonely for fair Joy that the horses galloped on not however before the triumphant ing herself oat of the window and i m Here or. O the wid my lord and my lady and now Well have at which my father was very an. Gry and i was equally delighted. Two wee a i straightforward a manner As would o Why riot sure be was the expected but my in Over us but does t become the put her out face forehead neck were Skerne nor would t be manners to Crim soned in an slant p.-. Turned turn my Tongue agin him and he made away his head to smile and i blushed As Good a gentleman to be Jure by your from pure sympathy. L 6 1 -6 the whole not Afore either my she replied at length rolling by Biltmor by Breeding. Well my up Lafont s flounce in lieu of her apron a Sod o turf a Greit Lrae Friend of of my Vine ver a Goold dish it s still and he must a been and of also i suspect Ould Nick s born child lord save said my father. When yer Honor s smile could t Bright j we were neighbors Whilder Plase Are a one Noneva so my lord the hardest temptation i had at All arid by children met us at the Entrance to the cot her lady Helen looked up into her god father s Tage Barney s cottage their healthy Cheeks face with a supplicating Eye and pressed her j with the wretchedness of at White hand affectionately upon his urm As if to Livet his most Earnest attention was Whin i was sitting crying by the for i was tired and hungry and who of All the Birds in the air drives up in a of cart but mister o his the great pig mar crashed. It was Worth a King s Ransom to see tire and told at once the condition to which his negligence had reduced my poor nurse for the children were there i will show them to. You one of these Days a Pectle better chant from a mile Beyant our place 5 Well to be sure it was he was t surprised when he seen me come Back with me Kate Honey says he i m going straight Home and i la free y out journey i ii let the boy be have a Nate Little Cabin i be got to for he was praised to say you de Sarve it. But i thought i d persevere to the so god bless him for he bad Only ten shillings seeing he was to recede the Money for the pigj5 he i fro i i u0 Yaj some papers from his occasional irn i fancied they were not of the a i agreeable nature at last i went to toy Harp and played one of the airs i of by country of which i knew he this scotch Are very Inni Siivo it Nant too May be a a i _. _ _ t a of in taif still More so than the Yankees. Unions questions Are freq i Kintly deemed and Are carried to a Gre it gentlemen fell in together both travellers on strangers to i lie following conversation look p Ace evening sir irked Aberdeen accent. 1 yes replied the other 1 you will Likely a a Tiai Feer in these the Abe ideenian. Laconically reptile the other in King neither to the right hands for the left perhaps like Roy self Yon a r be going on knew he particularly fond. He soon left seat and kissing my forehead with much tenderness said that Strain is Tol melancholy for Roe just , foil have received no pleasant news y m my Irish agent i expressed my Aricere sorrow at the ventured to make some inquiries As to in intelligence that had arrived. 1 is Inot understand he said when Wue sided there it was Only from the paper Slat i heard of the dreadful a orders horrible outrages and Mah c burnings. All around us was place and Tranquility my rents were j to tort. Him and its the truth i m telling and no lie of All the allowance to my Mother was stopped for damage the pig did to the new Hedges and i Hen we were forced to Vive Bur dest fowl As a compliment to or. O Brien because the go it and the Rathur with out k tooth they said skinned the then the priest yer lordship minds father and the agent quarrelled and o i i i i ,1 set up a school and would make All the children go to Lam there and then the priest to be sure we stud by the so there was nothing but fighting and the boys gave Over work seeing that the tip tops did t How to abusing other. But it in t that i should bothering yer kind honors wid. Brother near two years Agone de up wid the Holthof bad company care Eai be my Pic inc e an upright but i fear me a Stern Nan and i apprehend he has been Nacle the tool of a party j dear papa i wish you would again visit the old Castle. A Winter among my native mountains a would afford me More pure gratification than the most successful season in London my father smiled and Shook his head the rents Are now so difficult to led that i he1 paused and then added abruptly very extraordinary often As i mention it to o Brien that i can receive no in Lorma Tion As to the Connors. You have writ ten frequently to your poor nurse and Mother too the Cra Ahur wanted me i sell led Well they All cried and wished it done off at once and it was a sore trial that. _ Barney says i let go my a hand hound your whist All o be for Ning of trouble he was found in the Dedd poor Kate her voice be Beard it All twas in the papers and he was Sint Trio Tina och it do is Onciu a n it w the pint crying to jink of the bussed Virgin s Sake and Don t be St shame or on our Bare bended a Kirg me mad tirely and i seemed sees new ing that god might turn his to gain strength though my heart was praying v to. I look says i bitter wrong has been done us i know our Honora ble in lord had neither act nor part in it How could he and my mind mis gives that my lady has often written to you Mother for it in t in her to forget Ould friends but i la Tell you i la do we know barring his reverence and the school Well my lady upon that or. O Brien made no More ado but said we were a seditious family and that he had yes lordship s warrant to turn us out that the Cabin the uate Little Cabin to my Mother was to go to the Gauger. He did not dare to say that inter n need my father proudly he nept dar7to use my name to a Fabe Tell the rights of to to Hist i _ Al vhf country was Strong within her and she had succeeded in assuring herself that at length she would obtain Justice. And now my dear continued the lady Helen Tell me if a fair English Maiden with soft Blue eyes and delicate accent had thus suffered if driven from her beloved Home with a helpless Parent she had refused the hand of the Man she loved because she would not bring poverty to uis she had undertaken a journey into a foreign suffered scorn and tempted to return but Nail her object was accomplished until Justice done to her Parent resisted that say she acted from impulse or from principle i replied the old gentleman answer Uio j .1 would have Good impulses and not Apon right Nathan Hale. The ladies of Coventry and its Vicini 15 in Connecticut Are about to hold a fair to Aid in the erection of a Monu Niertit to Nathan Hale the Gallant Young Patriot Captain who was executed by the British during the revolutionary War on the charge of being and under circumstances of Peculiar harsh Ness and atrocity. While the remains of Andre have been reclaimed by his country and repose in Westminster Abbey the resting place of the ashes of Nathan Hale is unmarked and almost unknown. The following extract from i o Hood i Honor s glory upon paper his River word the very woro1 i ence would t meddle nor make it Uki med Kate. Says i and the schoolmaster s a Friend of the Riis lordship would Niver take Back a into so yer see dears i h list go for the sin of the son what he gave to fair and Aisy off to London my sell and 9 sure it was hard upon her see his lordship an Inake him Thair. To see her own boy brought and before i could say my say without being turned out of they All All but Barney set up is place Whin the Snow was on scornful laugh at me As Niver was heard 1161 of i she s 3 fool Money to _ and her time place Wum me u i. The ground in the could night Whin no she s mad says she stirring to say god save be. Says another where s the i i it Well he would not Suk -d3v your exposes Days a third ing his god daughter s winning smile that on Are a Sancy Gipsy to catch me in this Way. Times indeed when a pretty lats Feigh Een talks Slowa a Man of sixty Brit Tell Ine he result Well now you must Bear the sequel to my Story for Ilis Only half finished and i assure you the Best half is to instead of retaining to Brighton my father without three Days arranged for Pur via Ting dear Ireland i. Unit t a Memoir on this subject alludes to the strange neg Tecl in this matter Stone no a single identifying Marks the lonely grave of the fatal tree has been Cut away the ground desecrated the spot Long lost. Years of cultivated verdure May have grown above it years of human habitations May have covered can Tell. His Are hidden or scattered never to be collected by any Alec Lionte and have Lett but the one consoling re Flection that the soil of Freedom holds soil for which he lived and no f t j i remember it Well he would not pay your _ a _ _ 1 i is to take so much As a Blanket be cause the bits b things were to in the next pay Thellon says a fourth never worked poor Mother j thing quietly. How could be find yer Way that does t now a step o the read to Hub Well i then took the Only think Hoy delightful romantic and so useful too Kate you cannot imagine How Lovely she looked la font then her exclamations of were new so Oritt Nal to be a servant girl a few Days since on leaving her place was accosted by her master As to her reason for leaving. J mistress is so Quick tempered that i cannot live with said the said he you know it is no sir j and no sooner Over than begun again a Seaman who had escaped Ohe re Alfted by Alady Livor he dated Over Sim t wet newspaper i newspaper
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