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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 2, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaOn. For a Shorter a dressing. Ring rented the dressing a Sejbl no la owned and if Drake takes mend. And p. Just plated for Fine i Ooi for com p Eie operation Wool to mull favor him e will also be with neat new Ati he carding and Ament situated in formerly of i loud which is Tion and it with new aged by 3 first a he will Spence i 13. County and Man tier season to do ind madder re Alt other color Bolh the above produce taken i w i i it in to the a f Silbie f he inc bib r c i oi8 Paa a n the not la i la i f f . 12 printed and every Fly j. P. Of a payable half yearly in Advance or 5o not paid Sci Tahiti Stltt i Wro. In few spa per writ Trefor the Eagle. On unman physiology. By s. R. M. D. No. In. In prosecution our remarks the physiology of the human syst end we Snail in the present dumber conclude our description of the Anatomy othe Luman Fratone. In on we gave a Brief Dei Crip Tion of the solid parts of the body Ami in his we shall explain he relative situations of the fluids together i Wanh t heir appearance ire. They constitute by far he largest proportion of he system and Are Divi ded to three according to their several Fifel those which arc to form Ihu blood. Second those which Are formed out of Lite blood and third the blood itself. First those which arc to form the mood Are of two kinds. 1 l Chyle. This is a White Limpid , found in the upper part of the in and is the nutritious part of in food. It is brought into Hist state he combined action of he Tei to a 1 ,5, gastric fluid bile and pancreatic s d upon the food received into the s Mach. 2d. It sch is nearly a transparent colourless fluid slightly tinged red. It has a Strong odor and a Salish taste. It secreted by the Lymphatic glands which Are found in various parts 6f the body a and Imbt garlic nearly in Ine a Lumen Groin Arrn Pils and on the neck. L Niph Ronsi Iules the debris or worn out particles the body its move ments i i the Lymphatic to la Weir Diminu Ive void Iloa .1111 ii idly 11.1 Lis the in t he it Tell which received Sebalj scions follicular Secre Tion i the second variety of Folio Cutlir Secrett in is carried on in the skin and parts n0re extant that the Oiler variety. The secretion that is carried on in the of the eyelids to prevent their in each other is of this species the cd Luminous substance called miscellaneous. In Rizali As ear Walju in the skin the roots of Luis pais through the follicles in Man v secretion is less Abun Dazill of the Oiler species. Sih i exhalation is a fluid exhale j from the capillary vessels of the in membrane and is thinner than Itolar secretion of the same or the Fol Gan or d blood when in Gen of the in old urine. Is similar to the serum of the 1 is heavier than water. 9tli. For Anjou to exhalation Isa fluid d in urged chiefly in an insensible manner rom the vessels of the Lin Luttich sometimes is increased so Asta stand in drops upon the skin l is called Pei spiral Ion or sweat. Rii u exceeds in Quantity either others but in people it is cold weather or exceeded by the serous exhalation is a flu d disc barged from the surfaces of set marines As of the brain spinal a the ey5, the Chest the Abdo men Koine of the joints 4 f when these membranes Are highly excited they discharge a Large Quantity of serum of water constituting the disease culled the dropsy. Thud. The third general division of fluids in the blood . This is a red fluid in culling thro he he a arteries and Eins. It is com posed is f three pans Viz serum or watery part Fiji in or co Gulum and colouring matter. When blood is drawn it appears to be one homogeneous fluid mass but upon standing in coagulated and becomes mass and in a Short time of one solid Ter inc Gulum the red serum separates from the co and surrounds it. The to Jug Lum retains the solid form and red col or while fibrin u the serum is colourless. The n being washed parts with and is of a whitish or greyish color. The color Fng matter i s heavier and is the bied from described. Flowing i i the veins is of a col or than i l at in the artries owing to the presence Bon. The from the which arteries Are vessels originating nto the Jose of Icart i Lair Lik with Tan either of the other parts Tipo sed of Small red globules Ood for the most part inform the Chile heart by one Large trunk ranching out spreads into eve and Lymph As the blood a greater Quantity of carry part of the body and serve to con vey the Hood. The v ins Are vessel originating near termination of the arteries or at i he and rut n concentrate into one trunk which runs no into each other finally Eart. These Are far the Pur conveying he blood Back to the Ley having received it from the through Small capillary or hese remarks we close the description of the Anatomy of the human syium. In our next article we shall con Mence the description of its physiological to Tion. A scene at Fontainebleau. Napoleon was conversing with Josephine when one of the officers entered Anc announced a Young woman from Lyons. What is her some answered de Mer Ville the officer. Show her into said Napoleon the officer soon reappeared with the lady Leat ing on his Arm whose face As much As could be scanned through the Hick folds of a veil was very Beautiful. She trembled As she approached the door. Whispered her guide kindly pressing her hand Lake courage i tit answer promptly whatever quest n the emperor May pro pose. He detests then ushering her Inlo a spacious apartment he bowed and retired. The trembling Pirl perceiving Napoleon on Pended forgot herself and her Timidi she to throwing herself at the tet of Napo she exclaimed in a voice choked Leon with ent Clien mercy sue for mercy and she could articulate no More. Josephine stepped from her partial concealment and approaching the pros trate girl sympathising words of encouragement to restore the co ii Toner t the graciousness of his manner As he bade her Urise. Your petition made Henrie name looked imploringly at the emperor and him Poleon a an exam compelled will what lion and night is knew to possible. Whom her fondest Hopes de ought Only of contributed More by her Den courage of the Young be Cven the emperor by said he. The for that was he exclaimed a sire i ask Pardon fir Louis Delmar re who is condemned to be shot to Morrow of your Royal a clout gathered on the brow of a he interrupted lick a Deschler Mademoiselle he has twice descried. No he must lie made e of. For the remand i of the Cut the cause of his desertion cried Hon Riette in agony he was to join the army against his was the cause of his Deser quite Napoleon. Two weeks answered Hen Riette i e received news that an on remaining Parent his Mother sire was on her deathbed and longed Day to see her son again. Lou at relieve or release was in his mind was closed with one she might close her eyes for Eter Eie on a son she had loved so did she asked Josephine with interest. No replied Henriette she at hot recovered. But hardly had Louis received her Blessing Ard received h r blessings Ere he was torn from her grasp by the officers of Justice and dragged hither of must he die mercy sire i beseech said patently softened this was the Sec Ond name the of it led said Henriette hesitating and it he heard that i was to marry Conard whom i detest As he added Hen Riette will naivete. Aie you his sister that he feels such in interest in your asked the emperor. Said Llyn Riethle her Lovely Cheek assuming still deeper the Hue of the Rose i am Only his a Only his said Nap Leon glancing at Joss line with a half suppressed smile. Of sire recollect the anguish of his widowed Mother when she reflects that the affection of her son to her is the Caius of his death ii he continued can 1 do to save him and the poor girl forgetting Thi pres ence of Royalty burst into tears the Kin a hearted Josephine glanced at the emperor with eyes expressive of sym Paliy and pity she noticed the Workings of his face and Felt at once that it very Uncertain whether Louis Delmar re wag to be shot the next morn Napoleon approached the weeping i Allily looked up and dried her tears. Said he would you give your life for his would you die could Louis Delmar re be restore to life Liberty Aud his Henriette started Back deadly Pale looking fixedly at the emperor for a moment then turning away she buried her face in her hands after a silence of some moments Henriette looked up while an air of fixed determination rested on her face i am said she in a very Low Calm voice. Napoleon looked up at her in sur prise As if he Hart not anticipated so ready an answer to his proposal i will see you said he in the mean Lime accept such apartments As i shall is Delmar re is pardoned. 1 revoke his a loud burst of applause from the lips of soldiers followed this announce ment. Not one of them but loved and respected their Comrade. The next moment Ere they could press around the supposed Louis de Merville had eagerly drawn the bewildered Henry Ette through the crowd Back to the door of the cell from which she had emerged but a few moments resume your dress again made Moi hurriedly whispered he. Lose As soon As the door closed upon no time. The emperor wishes to see the fair Petitioner Napoleon walked to the window against which Josephine was leaning and said i see How it is Louis Delmar re is the Lover of this Young girl. True to woman s nature she has braved difficulty to beg for his How Strong must be the love she feels for said the Empress. Returned he i have a mind to subject
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