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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 8, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaMiscellaneous you Aker. And Bis sweetheart Ever been in winds -v0iu have heard t biker. Indeed you May h of him even a Huyuh you a m the stale of Vermont i Well known in Boston As dealer in to jury in All n about thanksgiving Lii Nee May in All part of Boston Baker s wagons literally in Mil Jufith turkeys geese chickens s loge Lher with pumpkins and All manner of thar in was thought by so Dit without an Hei Virtues and perpetuate sad of poultry thai thanks ii would have to be abolished Altoga a that Region for As to being the upon an empty stomach h c rot m the nature of things be expel i Linuci they tried u on one Occa Josh Dunn l die to be sure but a bail for the Lime being As con try to Al usages and prob for the Sake of doing something to himself the governor More a v the Subj j it was not Short he could i see what could do. However had got into his mind and easy to gel it Oul again. In Ling Lail appointed thanks ring us Iii a had been set on the same Day apart for that purpose in Termor now no real Yankee will even in himself from hts Kindred on tha giving a nut even Lor gain Ani a Bachelor Vas in Libil of haunts ins by Joel rela for merry Wilh him 0-1 Lenl be o id and is the to he Gier k de. On. Vas of was cons Anil before him. He could not Eveia Steep m meeting but was constantly and observing How my s and Chuk the Young women finally he concluded to open o his sister and ask her ail looked his Miod vice. After old Pany habit of with All ing souks to the i to on up know that la f Shahili 0 re e his Vav univ h would have kit he were denial the inv of bustling and scolding and Slor 30011 As ii in in the Hurij of lion fur i Javois nol thai uhf ill Nal tired 01 Given to s Oil ing Utiler oni Inar c i re us rum a but there is a time Lor e1 thing then Josiah s numerous and Jouve no been there How numerous lives arc in that country who to part Ike of n Verela of farmyard and to in Ejnair Desper with an Ipp Eliie which Lorl Unile turns but once a miss he pies Larlyn would Felt an thing but thankful if Omi Fine to Boston mislead of be thanksgiving at Home. But h no idea of such a he could As Well afford to be p his As the Boston folks con d do pm and he d Leach error i icon to appoint the same Day is the governor of Vermont to Josie i kept As in Lime past to Lough Liis Henl was nol As Linht As , for he pied the Boston folks coulis nol help saving now Mil then As he Cut of Murkey governor l Lncoln ii Jet to have known better but there was its drawback upon happiness it was a indie con pared with the consternation of the Ijo Sion people. His old customers we o had for Ilieen or Twenty years upon him Lor supplies and had Nevei once Tan disappointed could not Lelieve thai Jie would fail to appear nov and e in the Day preceding thanksgiving " used to Purchase of others under the conviction that he would come Tho Juhe eleventh hour. But alas he tin h Olieo t re look a ii s have had had gave weighing the matter thoroughly and in turning Over the Prospect of own the sceptre she advised i magnanimity which none r could exhibit to comply suggestions of his stated thai she was willing her authority to another Foi laying him w but a is with the Mil Mai to resign the Saki bal in Oler to secure the latter she of promoting his happiness must my face the Malch herself at Ida St so far As o Point out a proper person for him n court. Tim was a great re Lief to Hui but he would have been belter phased if she could have settled ther Whf matter for he had a great horror of encountering one of the sex face to lice having never been in com i a c7 in any but his own relations. How eve his sister who was in the Rossi ppm in the intermission lie women that came to Meel Bijj made Choice of a wife for Hei broiler in the person of Sally Jep son vvs3 lived but a couple of Miles from Hii farm Yard. She was As she told Joi a of a Rug tej make thick set wide iome looking and As Small As a trap. So it was agreed upon lint on sunday night should commence his coulis hip. Accordingly Alt ii supper he mounted his , and shr Teil with much fear and Lor Squire Jepson s. He role very he might con Over ii hat Hii had to by to sail but Aller Lii skin Over to any form Sot speech he Arm a at the House quite at a loss How to open his heart. Having tin his Horie to a Fence he thought he would i icon Niilre the premises before going a but although there was a Light i the Silling room the curtains were 1 and no Ihms could he Dis covered after walking the House i to or three tunes and going so the Fence to see if his was it d securely he Nicatie a Effort went to the Well and rink from the bucket and then a on the door. In bawled the Squire. Aftel fumbling some Lime he finally raised the Latch and . Why Josiah exclaimed the so Niue. Or. Echoed his wife sail Down her Laj three Ling o is that you set to the said nothing but smoothed Jer Vandyke Laid i r hands 01, and looked into the fire the Oun Gesl children who were sit the Hearth commenced whisper ing together respecting the object of the Viniti for being Sumray night the suspended he had come a sparking. Silence continued for some minutes till the cd Idren could contain no Lorger but snickered Oul a laugh of pick up you and Rolo your said the Squire the Dame at the same time giving irn a that helped them on their Way .4h they would give up the new col Section and stick to Mear and Bray so that a body could Jine with would be much More edifying and Ihen they re got to their Moulin so wide that none of the sound Goe through the nose at All and seems to lose the Solem Ness As there. Did i you Chinn. Or. Baker that the Little Man was uncommonly lifted up in said the Dame. Foi innately for Josiah. This was a leading question and the monosyllables yes came to his hid. Jusi then the clock behind the began to strike nine and before it done the Squire and his wife had taken a Candle and gone to bed cautioning Sally not to forget to cover up the pm burs after or. Baker was gone. Now though the sudden departure of the old folks had relieved Josiah from one dilemma it lei1 him in a worse one for he was alone Wilh Sally wilhoo.1 a single idea in his head and his Tongue cleaving to the Roei of his Mouth which was As dry As a powder Horn. I believe my horse is a Little in said he Aller a silence of eral a Venules and he jumped up and went out to the Fence and walked round a Little took Anpher drink Horn the Well and then rushed Inlo the House and deter mined to make a bold push and broach the subject at once. So he Chew his chair up near Sally and addicted her. Miss Sally what do you say or. Varna lion of i thought Yon spoke to what do of think of gelling , Dulio me or i nobody else to speak to As i said looking round the Icorn. Sally now began to color up her Throat swelled and reminded Josiah of one of his turkeys and thus furnished him Vilh a topic Dalion. I s Sally do Jou love Tekev so do sail Jas Ali which do Yon like the Best on it up e parse or Crangi Ray so do is d Josiah. Which to you think the sweetest Sally Honey or Maple Thunder we re As near alike As to pumpkins. No i la Tell what s the sweetest thing in All its be till or. Baker for no her save Praise to the face is open had gone Straightway to the heart and caused it to flood her Cheeks. The soon blessed the Happy Twain and they became one much to the Delight of All lovers of thanksgiving in that Union foresaw a perpetuation of Josiah s incomparable Breed of turkeys As Well As some other things. A remarkable abduction Case. One of the foreign journals contains a Long article on abduction in which several remarkable cases Are noticed As having occurred Many years ago in Ireland. It is stated that us Early As 1624, abductions were so frequent that it was necessary to pass severe Laws ashment of the admirers so the excitement ing bed of a slap consist they did nothing but and grumble. Siah. By where were your eyes or. Lah made no reply for the fact was his were fixed upon the Cor Ner Stew on the right hand Side where by Jepson. Jur Little Man unusually sole n to Day i thought the self right sous was pretty Well Cut the Hoe filled a Good Many on replied Josiah. E truth was he would have Given the if Orluf to change the subject if he had Cnown what to he thoughts had been with his eyes upon Sally and he had not heard a word of the Sermon. Even the singers seemed in con Molly said the Squire. Neva or Beard am sing louder. I do he now Drew his chair to hers or As he loll his sister afterwards he of Jaii to his Pluck up. What a the sign when any body treads on your ii a sign they love you. Of or. Baker Vou smashed my feet to upon this he his Arm around her neck and gave her such a Smark As Sally Jones got when old mrs Jones thought Heriot Leof Omati Shail burst. What s Mailer my dear said the Squire who wis awakened out of so und sleep by his wife jumping in bed said she Only i heard a great crackling just now i thought at first your shooting gun gom off but i guess it s Only the Frost comin out of the ground at the mention of his gun the Squire Gol Oul of bed and opened the door into the Silling room. Sally Are you up what noise was that twas twas i just shut the front door hat s All the noise 1 Well you d better put lire Nail Over the Latch and go to the next morning the old lady gave Sally a severe scolding for slamming the door to hard when people were asleep. That interesting interview and above All that parting Kins was More than Sally Jepson could stand and on the next sunday when she Well to Church and got a sly Wink and a nod from Josiah for her life she could t Ell whether she had a heart left among her goods and chattels although she tried All meeting Lime to decide the doubt. Josiah repealed the kiss on that very evening and performed More for he popped the alternative and had the satisfaction to see Sally infallible sync Tom that his question for their suppression. In 1707, Hie abduction was made a capital felony but the Laws have since been variously modified. At one time an abduction club existed the members of which bound themselves by an oath to Cany off such Young women As Weie fixed upon by any Jurgus. The first remarkable Case described in the article referred to thai o and Anne Kennedy ii daughters of Richard Kennedy of Rath Meilean county of Waterford. Thei father was dead and they lived will1 their Mother in much respectability they Vevie each entitled to a foil uni under their la Althei s will of two thou Sand pounds a Large sum at that Timi As a girl s portion in Ireland but Evcic that was exaggerated and they wer looked upon As Cohen messes of immense wealth and As such objects of Grea cupidity to the abduction clubs. The fortunate persons to whose lot they fell were Garret b Rne of county of c flow and James strange pronounced of us Larry in the county of Kilkenny. These were Youn men of Greal popularity in the Elimu Liuasi rated dashing Spiriti a fellow hut of different i positions strange was notable impetuous Anil tar animal sacrificing every thing to accomplish his end Sand Little regarding the Means 01 feelings of others by Rne on the contrary was amiable and As far As his pursuits and propensities id Mitu d. Of a kind and Gen be temper Pirsic nearly so to women Wilh whom he was an Universal fax Only. He had attached himself to Catharine Kennedy in disposition was somewhat Simi Lar of his own. Strange i and fixed fus regals on Anne who in Ike manner resembled him in determination and haughtiness of temper in the inter course of the country they bid occasionally met at race balls and other poem via meetings and the men had ored to Render themselves agree Able to the of girls with such u was in pooled on the authority of their Conli Ien tial maids that they were actually invited by them to Avail them selves of the first Opportunity to carry l hem off As there were no Hopes thai their Mother and friends would con sent to their marry my men of such desperate fortunes. On the 14lh of april 1779, the girls accompanied Lii air Mother aunt Anc no lie friends to a play enacted at 3r.iiti Iena Irinia a Small town in the of Kilkenny and before in Ere ent Alimi was concluded a notice conveyed to them that Byrne Anc had formed a plan to carry hem off that night from tha play and Tad assembled a number of adherents round the House for that purpose. In Ireat alarm the girls Wilh their Moth r and aunt left the theatre and retired o another room in the same House accompanied by several gentlemen and heir friends who resolved to protect hem they boiled and barricaded the door and remained for iwo hours Wilh out any am empt being made on the room. At length a violent Rush was made at it the door gave Way and the party outside . There was a aed in the room and the Guys hastily retired behind the curtains and Endea voted to conceal themselves and impress upon the mind of the rioters thai they had escaped from the apartment and were no longer in he House. For an hour or More the men were irresolute and used no violence but at the end of time they rushed to the bed and Drew the girls from their conceal ment. They now displayed arms of All and pistols with which they were in Spile All the opposition of the girls friends whom they fiercely attacked and threat ened with instant Deathy they dragged them into the Street where they were surrounded by above one Hundred Arm d men with chins covering their _ Lothes by the Way of disguise the an the govern Hei common costume in which Origi sentence. I Kaleil the name of two tended to and were re Ady saddled Catharine was forced to mount one Anil placet before Byre and Anne was placed on he other before strange and in this Ivay surrounded by a desperate body of men sufficient to intimidate and Over Awe the country they were carried off Jom their friends. After suffering in various ways unil i hey became terrified and subdued and assent to get married was extorted rom them and the ceremony performed with an understanding however thai the girls should be immediately re leased and restored to their but this of the contract was Vio lated and after various by Riding night and Day with a whole Cav Alcade of aimed and desperate they earnestly sub Mitlo their Fate and be i com Ileal and obedient to the i husbands. They still persisted in. Thir against the violence offered them when u was. Threatened to carry them to Casil com sent remonstrance was at a clout. The unfortunate gentle men were to the great numerous friends and Strong and among the peasantry that a Rescue was greatly feared and an extraordinary arge Force of horse and foot was ordered to attend i heir execution and such the deep sympathy for their Fate that All the shops were shut up and All business was Edin Kil Kenroy and the neighbouring towns. Or and Bury them Ilisie Tori Vei in the Coal mines and strange in a of anger struck Anne in the face with a Pewter pot. Tins brutal violence sunk deep in her mind and rankled with an inextinguishable resentment never to be forgotten i it will hardly be believed that for Jive weeks they Weie paraded nigh time accompanied by their cavalcade and resting Ai miserable houses through the counties of water Ford Kilkenny Carlow Kildare and so on to the North of Dublin where they stopped at Rush a Small fishing town within a few Miles of the Metropolis. In Wihib place they Weie Pul on Board a vessel accompanied by the whole party and sailed to the town of Early health. Were the genealogy of families to be raced it would be commonly found that those who occupy what called by was of distinction the High est and lowest Liadis in out after two of three among the very poor mortality is greatest below the age of fast years. Among the wealthy and appliances preserve then the years of childhood Lof Peri a. Be Iween the Ages it Filien Alid Twenty five just As Tiv Lopes Anil of life Are dawning upon Thim. The Ime i age of the comes to a term ii Dialion by poverty and wretchedness thai of the richest goes on in chronic and hereditary distempers gout apoplexy and especially among females by both Are replenished from the n fiddling classes of society who owe their vigor and the pop Eta lion of their homilies. Rather to the Happy Fortune of to be out my incur what t hardships the those Laws w wicklow Here Wilh a perfect of indifference and Secundy some of hem Well onshore but while Tupy were absent the vessel was boarded by a or. Power accompanied by an armed part who rescued the harass girls and re slowed hem to theirl friends. In the and made their to Wales it they were instantly pursued apprehended and lodged in the jail of Carnarvon. In was Long doubtful whether they would not claim the girls As their wives and a belief enl ruined. That no prosecution would ii tie Catharine was said to be strongly attached to Dyne who had always treated her with gentleness and affection except in the manner of her abduction but an be s animosity to strange was irreconcilable and the brutal indignity How was Only to be effaced by i death. Though so Young a Mere Chilli her energetic resentment overcame in reluctance of her elder but Morel yield ing Sisler her de by a near relation of her own distinguished for the number of duels he had fought a or. Hayes. In was by the unshaken determination of Hayes the men were brought to trial. Thoj join depositions of the girls were taken before the lord chief Justice Byrne and strange were Knetl at the Kilkenny Lent assizes of the 24lh match 1780. Letters were produced from the Young ladies con Laming the most tender expressions of affection and inviting their respective overflow carry them off in the Way usual in the country to which the Weie willing and ready to these letters however were clearly proved to be forgeries the Sisler of borne who was heard to Boasi that she could perfectly copy miss Anne Ken Nedy s hand writing. Others were read really written by the girls speak ing of the men in an affectionate Man Ner and calling them their dear Hus bands but t hese were proved to be dictated under the Strong impressions of threads and terror. The men were found guilty and sentenced to death. It was supposed the sentence would never be executed. Their respectable rank in society connected with All the Gentry of the country their actual marriage with the girls and the fre Quency of the act of abduction that made such a marriage be considered a thing divested of All criminally Crea Ted a Strong feeling in their favor. But Scott afterwards lord Clonmel was then attorney general and conducted the prosecution. He openly decia Rei in court that if this abduction was Suff ered to pass with impunity there Woi in be no safety for any to Protection for the Dot tic peace end Hap the free White period after How i Noila rage be their co they were an being compelled to labor h in the open air and to hey Call exposures and n to any knowledge of Ich they ignorantly serve but whose Observance is generously a warded of yet about seven millions or one half of population of the United states Are order eighteen years of age. Could we allow these Only an a of or five Laving reached majority it to the edition country would to health and strength flow much More important Jet now Niuro Legard ii than if army of seven millions of men and what Sigma Cancy and impressiveness that half of ing the age 4 does it give to he fact Nankin in die before reach of trenly years. The Anion no l of individual Domestic social and Public inter Ems dependent upon the physical Nell Heing of Multi tude be appreciated by any i Nite mind. In n too vast for our com prehension. We can fluidly conceive of the Allenl Power which exists even in a single Hall he Well formed infant. That a forces lies pent up within the narrow limits of in Frame what endurance celerity Energy achievement As a Mere material agent a physical machine there 1.1 something a most sub Liine in the idea of its hidden Caps Ilies and who with til the evidenced observe Ion and Hist by would peso cred Louf is to believe thai m the Liny flaccid arms of a group of infant children Here were concealed such energies As could turn it Granite Quarry into the dwelling san Lem Lesola Fon Vertia Forest into ships or a nto a almost turn the each Side out to faring up its deep deposited treasures for human Comfort or umbel ashment set we know that these Ria Pless beings Are endowed with in Nate forces which Render such achieve ments pos Siuea practicable and that during the f period of a life they ctn prepare bounties and blessedness for continents and Mon school journal. Give a few minutes to that child. Few parents realize president Bow much their children May be taught at Home by devoting a few minutes to their instruction every Day. Let the Parent make the Experiment with his son ten years old for a single week and Only daring the hours which Are not spent in the school. Let him make a companion of his child Converse Wilh him familiarly put to him questions answer inquiries communicate fails the result of his Reading or observation awaken Bis curiosity explain difficulties the meaning of things and the reason of and All this in , playful manner without seeming to impose a task he will himself be astonished at Progress we itch he will Jake. Spa Fri

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