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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 14, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPublished weekly by j. P. Magill in Wellsborough Tioga at two dollars a year vol. 13. Wednesday morning november 14, 1849. Selected poetry. The Church Yaru Stile. Lit j z a Cook. I led shoe Yuvone Ami any Jinny him last ilm ilium Wun Elmo Mary. An unite Norw Bright to. Liro Ion Shiuli Ivor Boon Lulu let i to in lilo milling lit in Alclo above Roo in tin win Ami i b Matt to in renin 1 Imil in info Rul Slit l i Goi la " Sinilo u ii i Ira who n last we leaned i e to Milo i in hero 10 Rcck Tiro now nary nil i i Villic bust fondly to h i co How Mary 1 10 Hal tin " in my Road Jim Oil uld Hoo up my liotart Kiili Liiva Ami Pirulli Nii Ilju Anil try non Ullh Hono to fir us r u i Onici of Ilia boy. I nit inn Evory Piui i cold Liliu my Oliou Ufa l Pill i Church Ynnel lilo. H in Iris Idun Nuj me m iry i i Iii i c Bill Ullig t in nov o Oliy gun pc Ivory thu Oblu Silti my lip i kit in i Roii of Star aim into Wruk Ini 1 in Ilo Mil 1 tremble Horn i it lie Voshti i turf. I la ii ii i Ctm Ilia face Aid Tutu Iby it Mlo Only Ini Tuy Ruchti Pilj Plom d -.0 he a Hurcil Yinru 6lilo. Ali v vivid. Imy Post away Mary and Yuho in Itzig or 1 into u kind Pilicy Mary Ai. Ilu " Lio Niini Mug i 10 make to old Gnu an i in Birllie nitty i Tui other lies May link Motu Liliu curl Una mrm Irlo lilo up thy Arnilo 1 h Cit loj Rau Turk to find thy Gravo u Orch Yard Slilo. of a barrister. Iii settlement. It really tune dial a properly qualified governess Hail charge of those observed my Wile As Mary Ami Kate after n More than the Harp and piano with skill and taste is a thorough artiste in drawing and painting and is moreover very though Beauty i admit is an attribute which in a governess might very Well be dispensed True unless indeed it were i need prolong this con nubian dialogue. It is sufficient to state that Edith Willoughby was reinstalled in office on the following Day and that much to my Surprise i found that her qualifications Tor the charge she had undertaken were scarcely overdo lord. She was a Well educated elegant and Beautiful girl of refined and fascinating manners and possessed of one of the sweetest gentlest dispositions that Ever charmed and graced the family and social Circle. She was i often thought for her own Chance of happiness too ductile too readily yielding to the wishes and fancies of others. In a very Short time i came to regard her As a daughter and with my wife Anil children she was speedily a prodigious favorite. Mary and Kate improved rapidly under her judicious tuition and i left for once positively grateful to lady Maldon for her officious interference in my Domestic arrangements. Edilh Willoughby had been domiciled with us about two years when or. Harlowe a gentleman of Good descent and Fine property had occasion to Call several times at my private residence on business relating to the Purchase of a House in South Audley Street the title to which exhibited by the vendors was not of the most satisfactory kind. On one occasion he stayed to Dine with us and 1 noticed that h seemed much struck by the appearance of our Beautiful and accomplished governess. I evident emotion startled and pained me in i much higher degree than i could have Easil accounted for even to myself. Or. A Harlow was a widower past his first youth certainly but scarcely More than two or three and Thirl years of ago wealthy not ill looking and a far is i knew of average standing in society surely an excellent match if it should come i that for an orphan girl Rich Only in Fine talents and gentle affections. But i could not think so i disliked the Man instinctively disliked an distrusted him for i could assign no very Posi live motive for antipathy. My reasonable or otherwise As i might was not shared by miss Willoughby and it was soon apparent that fascinated into i caled by her extreme Beauty the Man was Felt incapable of love in its High generous spiritual or. Ila Lowe had determined on offering his hand and Fortune to the upor toned orphan f whole no. 588. La Organ lie did so and was accepted i i i i did not conceal my dislike of her suitor from usually boil erotic Romp with their papa Lull the i i s or. ,._., Edith Ami my who with feminine exaggeration of the hints i threw out had set him Down As a kind of polished human Tiger with tears entreated her to avoid the glittering snare. We of course hid neither right nor Power to room for bed. It in really time that a proper qualified governess had charge girls. I Titan May did very Well a a nurse in teacher i it they Arp now far beyond her control ican to attend to their education and As Lor in Renej n in flu in it of i Rani her sentence was concluded by a. Shrug of Iii shoulders and a toss of the head pm per inc of the degree of estimation in which Powers were held. Time enough for

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