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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 14, 1850, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania3. 1 Amu ii newspaper Jdc Soter to of tug a arts science literature aug amusement. Published weekly by j. W. Kirk in Wells Boi vol. 13. Pugh Tioga Civ qty Pennsylvania at two Della is a year. Thursday morning november 14, 1850. Whole no. 639. Sited poetry in not. In til Turosk Power lie Crow j to san led and Bow d i i i to vow d f in i Nirry loud jul u to i Irli jut. The i air t p Jit Wor an 1 i s a Topi a i v 1 pain or Cire r w i i Thui Annj ills by fair n i i v i tit Rev if clip i i i i in i ii. I i i i it i ii 1 i l h to is ,13 la town should be purchased for her in which after this had been accomplished at Lour times the expense of its real value the Empress found her self so ill lodged that she was in despair and Napoleon was forced at last to give permission that she should accept the offer of the prefecture As her offer which had been made immediately on her arrival. Napoleon was at this time very fearful of Dong anything to Compromise his dignity and As the etiquette of courts was not Well in Trio High lie succeeded m making her very unhappy after Beauharnois was arrested on a false accusation Josephine exerted All her energies j to obtain his release and by her anxiety be came herself suspected and was thrown into prison where she had to deplore his Fate which she did with tears of such sorrow As should have belonged to one More worthy of her Noble and forgiving nature. Just before the departure of the Empress de stood by him or any one about him he not from Paris slip had assisted at the distribution fell into errors which furnished of the decoration of the Cross of the legion of much comment to those of the ancient regime who looked with a certain contemptuous silence Honor which ceremony took place in the Church of the invalids with infinite pomp and display. As All the departments of France had their share in this compliment it had been agreed Rik in i u 3 ii i i la i 101 1 1 0 1 Bye i i i re to tin i la pc Oil Flint Sill i i o irly v i 11 y u to i Al ii i011l "11j i Ltd c Lor in v i i i c i j hive in i t i i i i w i i 11 i to 4 i 1 in thy my i i bet t by Blin i i i i Iril in 1 pm 1 in i i lie c or i 1 i t it on his dignity of Parven of which he was smug holy Sens Tive it was at Aix old Chapelle that Josephine in j tint Josephine should present the Cross awarded spite however of All obstacles founded the in this Pirt of the country herself Brno not court which although somewhat awk a was therefore got up in the Cathedral Ward at afterwards the most spurn i of la Chapelle where she was to appear did if not the Moat refined in Europe Joseph me for the first tune dressed in impel Robes she her Salt was Well born and ind married highly came rident in splendor and the Grace of her therefore her queenly life sat Well upon her Demeanour supplied what was wanting in youth and no Sovereign Princess could do the honors and Beauty her Tiara of diamonds was. Superb 1 Ofa court with More Grace and Charm but it and her Gold embroidered Robes dazzled the eyes was otherwise with most of those who composed of All who gazed upon vision of an Empress j her suite and All so is of mistakes and blunders in the Church of Charlemagne surrounded by were constantly occurring very mortifying to ail the dignified clergy who came to meet and the great Man himself and con Lusig to the i no tend her clothed in the riches belonging to actors in tint Amateur performance j to pair site. Their Obes covered with those Fine to a plane Only laughed at these things for pearls presented to the treasure by the pm Bic Tell thai tiny could not injure her and her Nero Otho Joseph me received the knights of iia Tural Good sense prevented her considering the order and presented to them their Decora that they were of real importance to her Posi lion lion o in of the ladies of the old school in at the Church re echoed with the glorious Tendance on her and skilled in court i music of Mozart Sung by such choruses and proprieties was frequently in despair to see Liconti named by melodies As Are Only heard Little Imp Artince slip attached to things j m Germany and which m their perfection of i Empress Iii u i Ihm cot i. To nov it which she regarded As of the deepest moment the indulgence of the Empress was mex Lusti and in spite of the representations of Madame de la Rich Foucault and m d Airville in Rita i eco Little Les thin diving since the Priol perhaps when Charlemagne himself enthusiast As he was in Church music listened to the heavenly chants which so delighted his new piece of Picard then a writer in Vogue was the attraction a no oddly enough he had been so forgetful of fact of Josephine having passed the Zenith of her youth As to produce a piece the title of which was la Femme Quarante cml ans nothing was further from the intention of the author than to speak Dis Agre Eab e truths yet the piece throughout was most unlucky in its allusions to women who were obliged to conceal the ravages of tune by Means of dress everybody but the unlucky dramatist instantly became aware of the awkwardness of the affair and every one sat on thorns during the representation of the piece the Empress countenance plainly showed that the strange Blunder Vyas observed b her in Spile of All her efforts to appear indifferent on speaking of the piece afterwards to a courtier she said j for my own part i am not a Good judge of its Merit Picard should never have pm ipod u except before women of five and Twenty of it is quite As replied the adroit flatterer to those who appear no older Pirard then Thor was thunderstruck when his kind friends made him sensible too 1 Ite of the Absurdity he had been guilty of he was the More mortified when he found that Duval i rival hid been summoned by the Empress to attend one of her soirees in order to read a no Vav piece of his called the Domestic tyrant Jospph me was in the habit of communicating to her Circle any remarkable news brought her a the daily courier fro a the emperor and on one occasion she had to relate the event of a violent tempest having greatly injured the Flo Tilla on the coast the manner in which Bona Porte announced this was singularly characters tic. Knowing himself to have committed an error which was m the chief Causa of the j great loss sustained he arranged his narrative the emperor then Rode away to observe the j m Morel the Secretary of Napoleon was movement which Admiral Magon the second m Conan Amtul was abut to execute. Bui scarcely had the first changes been made according so the emperor s direction when the sky be came obscured with thick dark Clouds the than with Linn and ubed be relate May Arius my anecdotes of the Freedom with which the great general was treated the army and How much these Familiari ties amused him. On one Occa Sion the army of it nov seeing Napoleon always Der growled sullenly and the wind came burst in the same Dusty and battered hat in which Hoing and howling along with such Force As to break All the lines in a moment exactly what the Admiral predicted had happened. A horrible storm overtook the Fleet and threatened it with instant destruction. Tjie emperor remained As if transfixed with his head Bent Down his countenance overspread had de so Many Battles entered into a sub of caption to buy him a new one which present flattered and entertained him m the highest de Gree when his Leisure Kim to read a few Lof the innumerable letters addressed 16 him by the common soldiers who were accustomed to it Era Pip 1 of l if of the c 11hiu t of i i i irn. Fit c a tic Lei of ill w la lib. Mii in Boito of Linel to in to n t i n Dible but a t r or 1 1 i i in c n i ill n on Ali j i n 1 1 i u i i i in r a i v an i a Rit ill an in ill 1 Only r n u is in h r w 1 to tic Bills of i i i c i i r 1 1 r in Inni my Uii Ike like u r a i i tin 11 it qty by i in Comno Uin All i 1 1 h i i 1111 ii i ice of import Lance Sliu r i r in the Wilt of e a Perot she Conlu a to forgive with the utmost Grace j air m this very Church As he sat amidst his stupidities and vulgarities which m the opinion mighty crowd of of her Laily of the Cere names and first gentle Man wire qui e unpardonable she Wasa Suitomi d to say win n gravely advised by her ctr onious this etiquette is very we l for born in n court and in customer from infancy to the it but or me who lint us Fie hip Nicis to live so Many years it a simple individual i May be permitted to be indulgent to Tow a who Reco Lect tins fact As Well Aspi or Joseph i be was at this time very Happy Rinji to Bruc Oril o i Viper and every Pil id i and never hid so splendid an assemblage it a Magnifico on n ool Brutton it must be Ali it As eve cry w hip w ii Luve its Black and cd cry u so found inc Lily Imi Ubel even at Bat a for one of the attendant generals More Brave probably than or tic entertained the and tory on thib Mccasun with a Harangue intended l 11 m j pints and full of sex Din Tor in i Tuure and loveliness of i n n w Erp Well a inv n. An i the Nishih lion her wis highly i i is sir t j bring the it Conn uror him t d h r i urn n i wis o Spiel for the of l in h were nil in i Uteev 1 i h Milidis Winch tin is i i ship re i Vic o i 10 Only n in q test on Asho v to Rrue St Talyat i ire i Tor at i1 it in my not or com of in Tuii p n of n the 114 col d e j Lal the wretch the Roa i Pirtie inti la tint fro n t a Iarj i Asir was known that the Empress n a put inn wis a varied Cim Iune to f treat minister of to be made of i r i n in v trim turning out o Leot p Isilie e 114 r i b in Cibe Forcer a to i no Ritin i in 1 broke i and the in n. Verj to such perils were i i i or c pm on hours Biek t their Des t t i n i a m Tinc to be lost the minister i p i in Matli r an 1 Ini Caj of tending a rip Ord de lint Eirl Louls of e i i j a in Mcintu y de patched with i i the Cnorr Nis holes and ruts i _ it i up de Hie Progress of the expect and All her former sorrows were forgotten in i to be to Nelmi Entaro in which he Felicitated the tier present Success Napoleon s attachment to co Pinyon Baliol dog virtue enthroned stir her was lie and she entered into All his rounded w Beauty i views and plans with an interest such As is text i neither the mines nor the says Only by u heart entirely devoted to another s a witty authoress who was present Felt by 1 Good without a thought of self unconnected any of littered at this Sally Tor they justly with Ali it welfare Napo Eon did her considered that Beauty was of Little value with ii in fatal policy sacrificed that the Chi wis Lur i r to order n n in it pro vent in j him Nee j i ids in served the n Uip and her suite it the Conni crop Little to my l the town in i to revenge or thu of their con Ali v Hail to the Folio Vang i ill it the minister who had Guen Lull Justice Luu her Hipp mess to his ambition he said of her and of her my Lite has been divided Between two women extremely different one from the other 1 in lust full list nations fir which she was i indebted to Art and a Mode of Grace the Sec on All simply nature and hid j her Sapir Ite Merit i never at any period of her life wis the first without her seductive and delightful Charm it was impose ibo Over to Surprise her m a Momient when i is atmosphere did not surround her ail that Art could invent to increase at unction she employed but with so much skill thu her secret was never discovered the other on the contrary did not even suspect the it she could enhance her charms by i any innocent i Oie was always on Tho verge of deception t her first movement was to deny the other was entirely ignorant of dissimulation and All subterfuge was unknown to her i the Host never asked from her husband but she was always in ecu never to ask for supplies when she required them Winch was rate she would have thought it impossible to become possessor of anything which she hid not paid for both of these women were equally Good gentle and attached to their he band i always Tould each of them of the perfect temper and most absolute submission Short sighted Napoleon Dij not show him Elf Good judge in comparing them by Hinc s Lii Iken heart did not Accord Well with the toln.1 indifference of Marie Louise to the Fute of her who could throw Wiy a with gloom and ins arms crossed presently he j write As if he was a near relation deeply inter began to Pace the Shore with rapid j ested in their finally affair he was extremely diverted and almost always complied with the requests contained in epistles for As the majesty is it just and too Well acquainted wit i my Uncle to be certain tint he never will give Roe my share of my Mother s property except i go right Home to claim it this is the reason i want a Short leave sometimes a Soldier would confide to him his disappointments in love and a variety of domes tic matter requesting ins put i affairs straight for him which not infrequently happened to the writer s desire of Coure on the emperor s arrival at Aix la Chapelle to Lucre was a grand exhibition of Tho famous relics the Chemise Orthe Virgin and the Linen which wrapped Rife holy infant were duly paraded together the Bones of St. Stephen and an Arm of Strtt Charlemagne the Latler relic particularly attracted the Atten Tion of Napoleon who summoned or Corv Sajt who was in his suite in order to ask him what part of formidable Arm the enormous Bone on a sudden piercing cries of duress were heard on All sides than Twenty gun sloops had just been stranded the unfortunate i mariners were struggling in the midst of the Vraves and shrieking for help Tut so appalling was the danger that no one answered the e heart rending appeals Napoleon seemed almost distracted at these sounds and sights and breaking from amongst those who seeing his intention were striving to retain him he threw himself into a safety boat calling let me go let me must be res cued Iron such peril As this " in a moment the boat he had entered was filled with water one wave larger than the rest burst quite Over his head and dashed off his Liat throwing it overboard. At the same moment animated by his example officers sol Diers fishermen and townsmen in Clouds leaped into boats or dashed into the Vraves to Endeavor to save their drowning fellow countrymen but their efforts were attended with but Little in a manner to throw the blame on lha Admiral commanding As Well As on the tempest rallies Ihan name the real delinquent. Success very Lew of the us fortunate Crew of preserved in a Glass Case for to Man Ages the gun boats were saved and the next morning Niv it be the inexorable sea threw on Shore not less than i tie doctor at this question could not repress two Hundred dead bodies together with the hat a smile but remained silent til the question of the hero of could not repress a smile but remained silent one poor drummer from whose recital con till the question being urged replied in an in by the Imru Lance of Admiral he stat had transcribed the same account Vou Clud Dortone the Boc it. Fact Una which he wrote it has been a Mere Chance that our by Mally olher0 alter sure Reg frightful dangers have belonged to the leg of Charlemagne Fleet has not suffered enormously but luckily fur More Lllan twelve hours at length quietly never have formed on Pirt of i Sarto. U has braved the storm and no thug can equal on Shore Seatch on Hub Chest Navy log. Be. J i of nerf Alrh to the coast of England uhe dreadful Ino ining alter thu sad Evert he proceeded to Tell of an adventure which Vasone of horror and desolation throw thou the 1 Al said the emperor keep your of cry to yourself we must respect people s but in s anatomical remark did not pass in a few Days Afier had caused him the utmost j for but Loo numerous were the friends adj heard or Buncom Meme on the curious and amusement and How he had laughed i Mode amongst the bodies which the amuse Sand 1 be emperor s Griel and were and he doubtlessly bite ill reproached rarely to see the minister of Marine upset into the water out virtue and still less perhaps did they prize v True without Beauty Josephine was extremely fond of conversing in an intimate confident ii m inner with the ladies who presented to her particularly those whom she Hud known in former Days a foie i her great Elevation and her Frank and Lively manner succeeded it once in placing them at their ease and making them believe they were the exclusive objects of her Friendship at her evening receptions to which she endeavoured to give the style of a Mere private some and from which she wished As much As possible to banish etiquette she would after conversing gayly and1 Fajg Jesslo Wuh every m div Duil m turn select particular lady and driving her aside indulge in chit Chat of the real facts of both these incident Are thus related by one who was on the spot at the tune they occurred and it is singularly at variance with Napoleon s account the o her miming on mounting his horse the emperor announced h s intention of passing the whole of the Fleet m renew he gave orders for the position of those vessels which formed a of broadsides to by changed As he Procla m de his de ire to review them in open sea he then proceeded accompanied As usual by rus Tain take his daily ride saying that he eve pectc2 to find everything m readiness on his amused bus Anders he door of the lion softer in which these precious relics Are kept is hermetically closed himself fur his injustice towards the Admiral and Only re opened at the end of seven years who Wasi nevertheless much blamed for his m fai0r of crowned Heads Napoleon was t laconic answers to the orders Given him which therefore much pleased at the opening taking in the unlucky he nor Napoleon was then in in compliment to him. Were not Likely to Calm or nuke Linn hear reason aping St the marvels shown was a Beautiful it is True that the admin lid nobly Little enamelled Boi the sight of which sent in resisting such absurd commands but his end the Empress into ecstasies of admiration the in wishing to save so Many lives would have been bettor answered by hum Oring the Emper archbishop Tohl her that an ancient Trad tron prophesied great Good Fortune to whoever Sli oud or a weakness and by condescending to explain be Able to open h but Ellis Haj never Jet been with More get leases the reasons of his i soc done t Here was neither hinge ror lock to be Zience seen and it appeared entire v and safely closed the matter a vast of i urse hushed up As much but no sooner did the Empress take it into her the most intimate kind these Tete a letes she would talk freely of herself of her former life of Napoleon and of her children to that her flattered hearer left her with the conviction that she Vyas peculiarly favored m her Confidence on the evening after the distribution of the cases shoe talked with much animation to her guests and related several anecdotes of the manner m which this distinction had been accepted by certain persons to whom it was Given or offered several of those who disapproved of the change in Napoleon s title from Consul to emperor indignantly rejected the proffer pm com Plu nent and she related that the emperor was particularly annoyed at the manner m which the Cross was refused by duos i the Ivor is with w Inch the latter accompanied his refusal to accept the distinction were Par Lic Lirly i pleas my to Napoleon who could return the order was instantly transmitted i a ble but if Admiral Bruit had acted like hand thin she was Able to open it without diff to Admiral Bruit who simply returned for answer the review cannot take place today let no vessel therefore leave its Post soon after this the emperor reached the pod and asking if All was ready was informed of Petrosi letters to Josephine As having caused received a peremptory command from the pm the Admiral s answer he desired that it should was this he twice repeated to him when stamping ins another Constable of Bourbon he would have Tilty much to her amusement and Delight. Had As Good an excuse As the ilme ated Cousin the priests finding that Josephine was Par of Francis i j tical Nelv attracted towards a Fine antique Cameo the other circumstance mentioned m the pm ventured to offer it for her acceptance but she foot with his eyes flashing fire with he sent off Art immediate order that the fid Miril should come to him without delay his extreme impatience however did not allow him to wait till his arrival but he set off to meet him which he did Halfway his staff ranged themselves in i shortly after the Brand file of the distribution of the crosses Elf the legion of Honor the Perot to decline the present Thi Tomb of Tharle Merhe was not left Urt visited by the Imperia pair and Napoleon heat emperor on leaving the Quay to reach Sloop i de inn Ell in a rude chair m which the great had top iss Over a Small Plank which had been i emperor of the West was crowded. It thrown across from the Landing place Napoleon i lint this chair was taken from the Tomb of had stepped lightly and quickly Over but m c Large Irmine by the emperor Olio who the minister of Marine being a heavy and the hid the Tomb opened found the Bod v of the order behind him in i Marfi via and less Fortu might King seated m it adorned partly with silence for the emperor was More than usually Valci for feel Lolff Plank crack beneath his the appendages Ofa Christian pan tent and irritated foot he lost ins equilibrium when about halt Pahy i f said he in an agn lated tone of y he Plank and voice who have no my orders been obeyed i bag into the water my Ster As Piee Ipi j sirs replied Admiral Bruit with firmness Gume m after Elmili Andl respect a Fng Ellul storm May every moment be expected Oon him up but he was not g t on can your majesty wih to i Barj without much and was received won 1 shortly follow to pay ins j locket containing his hair which a Seiv jewel never divest himself of a certain degree of Suler might buy of one of her who per ution Winch he shared with Josephine who expose so Many Brave men to inevitable destruction exclaimed the emperor More and More irritated i have Given my orders and again i ask Why Are they not obeyed i take the consequences on myself Jour part is to obey said the Admiral i cannot obey m this instance cried the lent1" at these words Napoleon who held ins of n n t t in f m up is the propose did direct or Arron a to remove the Sard which Ali danger thus leaving the Way Ucli a inane or a. To convince the minis i and not pct Ilioyd out of Mere Tup result entirely ans Preil their 1 a titans for m Crete accordingly become v c Miot his parsimony and the accidents win were the More Felt in consequence 1 s emr Emp rendering him Les in Tenn borne of those who hoj gone before n these pisses of tribulation the diff lie experienced were not kept secret i m lips when adroitly exaggerated Alec whirl tended to arouse the salons of Aix the emperor anxious that Josephine s court be held sufficient grandeur had that one of the Best Homes in the could re marry and live a Long life of did not conceal her weakness in this respect Cance after his fall and the death of that son said Lemercier you amuse Yoiiro to obtain whose existence he abandoned her self with rpm Kisr the bed of the bourbons do who adopted him but he b lived in Tho attachment of the insensible austrian to the last an i in a mpg a Happy delusion and Consolation which one would have bet n sorry to take from the Greit conqueror and captive of the world you1 Well i predict that you will not sleep in it ten years singularly enough the duration of Napoleon s in Mph was Only nine y pars and nine months the said is just As a Vernne s love was All Foi her second this j superstitious As i though he scolds me so band although the kid Tessand i truth of her severely when his odious police betray to him her to devote herself to the first with All the enthusiasm of duty the Visconte de Beauharnois was a very unstable jealous and selfish he affected indifference towards and after neglecting her entirely complained of her conduct and endeavoured to obtain a separation from her in which project he did not succeed that i hive been to visit Mademoiselle Lenor i a Rand. Nevertheless he never fails to make repeat All she told me though he still swears to have her put in prison if she encourages me in this Folly again but he always smiles complacently when she predicts new triumphs for him the Empress visited the theatre where a empower you Are As it appears by the emperor with fits of in control Lobac laughter which doubtless found an Echo Frim Manv a voice nothing was said by the discreet visitors of Joseph enc of the sad disaster of the storm of Boulogne but the comic incident of the sub merged minister furnished matter for infinite mirth and wit for some time at the Lively court of Aix la Chapelle All on a sudden the whole of the department was thrown into a state of excitement by the in ins hand advanced towards the Admiral who announcement of the unexpected arrival of the Drew Back a step put his hand to his sword and said turning very All those who looked Ort shuddered the emperor stood motion Ess with his Arm. Still raised and his eyes fixed on the Admiral who re amed the menacing Altitude he had assumed at length As with an Effort Over himself the emperor dashed his whip on the ground and at the same instant the Admiral removed his hand from the Pommel of his sword and Bare headed wailed in silence the result of this con Ference v second adm Al said Napoleon i give you or dells to execute instantly the manoeuvres i have commanded with respect to you added he sternly addressing Admiral Bruit you will quit Boulogne in Twenty four hours and retire o the ornaments Ofia King the Crown and Limiter orho removed from the Mould remains and had the Bones placed m a coffin Ever since the of pious veneration but it would seem that the in def Charlemagne had not permitted him to assume b reclining posture even after death and that he was Bur it a still in his chair of Inch a King the sight of this Tomb and of the Palace of the great emperor no doubt stirred or the Napoleon s mind Many thoughts of ambition and future Conquest and glory As would place ins name on a level with that of the conquerer whose relics he beheld he read the inscription Over his mined Palace and perhaps saw in idea the Capri of the East restored and thought Llinat like him he would make Aix la Chapelle the capital of the Empire he would1 found his Star was at that hour in the ascend ant r Fortune smiled upon him in fall its at tempts and some of the greatest Powers of Europe had lately acknowledged him As a Legi Jimmie Sovereign the by peril of Austria had just sent an ambassador with fresh letters of credit to Napoleon. Poluga fad done the same and Naples had followed the Fife nor courts had done him the same reverence and in spite of the sulkess of Russia and of England he could not but feel tint his Triumph was great Napoleon s enmity to the obstinate Island of the Sage and free 1 could be for the shown in no other Way not counting his play counts which had been spread of the remarkable i thing Fleet which was tossed about at the Raer resemblance borne by Jinn to the idol of they by of the winds at Boulogne than in prohibiting fancies the emperor Charlemagne any part of the manufactures of England from emperor himself who was preceded by several great personages arriving one after another with great celerity in Poon should have heed m the time of rail roads which would have exactly suited his rapidity of though and exe cution. As it was he reached Aix la Chapelle almost As soon As his intention was known and made a military entry into the town accompanied by several of ins in and Vance and Mouton bringing up the men of striking exterior and Demeanour and highly admired by the people who were also in raptures with Thyl magnificent appearance of the staff but t must be confessed were disappointed in the sight of the great conqueror himself particularly after the flowery and fairy like a spa Perl

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