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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 15, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPoetry. The chieftain of Erin by claw obd. Toad on the desk the Lone chieftain of Erin ebbed on land of i that moment of sorrow an than All the Bright gems of the and the last Blush of Day Tiad de had ind thought of the friends he had left i hearted Ihen dashed off a tear that in aadne started Rel. Wild measure of go Story i in for of my land of my fathers renowned in pc Tore shall thy proud Harp Awa t loud has swept o or the Sun Fri share but the Fate of the Feitli Iree. 1 must go where thy Tongue spoken heart o or a Loken wave sends the a . Blyth Aring froth a Rahaii s Magazine Tor october Lizzie Lincoln. Butke last Century founded on fact. Atal oils to with a a Dau cd Only is in Mairy the in fort you had utes to Lizzie Sweet cilia Sion and m thou shall live in that heart till the Lail chord is broken a Durneen Erin go brag Femy Brothers my Brave ones what e quite sure that Lizzie was. And nobody else but her1 own Elf and that Priscilla was Pris or in mind in heart in express eve were Sto different As Sunshine o Uli Ghl or j statute and pain of generally a Long ramble thro the after assist their botanical studies. And during these a rubles they would confide to each other s sympathizing hearts their me you detected this difference in natures. Would begin also to e that in1 person too they diff Ghaly Lizzie had a a deeper Darker Eye a Cheek army tinged and even Chang h her changing mood a lighter re yielding form a step of More race. A sunnier smile a sweeter a softer yet a merrier laugh or hair had an expression about did not belong to Priscilla Soboth keep Brown in Hue but Lizzie s natural wave that caught the and changed with it to body loved Lizzie and petted at is every body whose love Orch having. She was Welcome to their hearts As a Sun or a Flover. Or a singing Bird or Breeze or a Shower Al noon in u Intner Lizzie loved her friends v and faithfully without Slop o ask herself Why. She did not to heir faults but she them faults and All. She was a Weet child yet still a child at though fifteen Summers had subdued and softened her too Lous temperament. Y lived with their of moderate Means in a Pic be Village of England and at the my Story commences were in expectation of a visit from an by the father s Side supposed a Anil known to be Cross Grout agreeable. Lizabeth said mrs. Lincoln seat self Afa a Virdow to Tor i must once More enjoin you As Well As duty requires of humor your Uncle in every whim be Wilh him in All things Mother said Lizzie with a Tig never can act. From and As pretending to agree with when i Don to that would be an to to me. I will Promise to that is right to please him do not choose to argue the matter remember that i insist upon ence. I Only wish you were Asse in other matters As you Are in absurd no Lions of Wright and g. You my dear Priscilla will sure obey me without a ques the room hut she allowed her Motif of and sister to assist him into it without offering her Aid. My dear said mrs. Lincoln you Are looking ten years younger than Uheiji i last saw you and so like my poor dear husband by the Way had been considered a remarkably handsome does t he he very said Priscilla. And nothing said Lizzie bul walked quietly out of the room. That is a singular Young person that daughter of yours Grum bled the old gentleman Don t think she takes much pains to please her Rich Uncle of my dear sir you must forgive her she is timid to a fault. Is she not yes. Said Echo. And where did Lizzie go my Youthful tenders if you have not kind and warm hearts like you will never guess but i dare say you have and that you would have done the same thing. She went straight to the spare chamber appropriated to her Uncle to see that every thing was arranged for his Comfort then into the Garden whence she brought fresh Flowers to adorn the room then to her own Little chamber from which she took a Bible to Lay on the table by his then into the Kitchen to oversee the preparations for his supper. Meanwhile the two Young men Pur sued their walk and conversation. Mories their Hopes their tastes and Lizzie with All the Sim yes my dear he who Hud attracted Lizzie s notice i Tell you the simple truth i am weary of my rank my wealth and the insufferable attentions which they bring pie trustful tenderness of a child and Charles with the frankness natural to a still fresh pure and untrammelled. Do you know or. Lizzie one i would give a great Deal that Uncle was poor poor a strange wish of is so ill and Cross and unhappy that i pity him from my heart and i would be so very kind to him if he were not Rich but As it is Mother makes me treat him coldly How i do not understand you i thought she was All attention him and wished you to be so too yes that is the very reason i can l be. She keeps telling me he will leave us All his Money if we will indulge his agree with him in his queer so i make it a Rule to be inattentive to him except in his absence and then i do Al i can for his Comfort but that is not much. I should so like to soothe his pain by Reading to him or singing or caressing him. I am afraid he wont live Long and he seems to suffer a great Deal at times. Of dont you wish he were poor Lizzie was right. Ill in mind and unhappy old Man was daily wasting away. Of All his relations Oill the world Lizzie Lincoln was the Only one he loved and she alone of All apparently neglect etl him. Yes in spite of her neglect he loved her. He struggled preference but in vain he could no t help it she was so Frank so Sweet j i. So above All so like his favorite brother. Followed fawned plea Polit him pc Isis lit do certainly Mamma replied the de Young lady in a Placid voice tears sprung to Lizzie s Lovely but she smiled them away and g to the pianoforte began to play in a soft soothing voice her Ler s favorite Tho storms May Gathar o or us thai Sun will Shine again though dark the Way before us we re led by love s True Chain. Tho sad heaves the bosom Joy always follows care there s Many a summer Blossom in Winter s tangled i Young and distinguished looking i passed at the time involuntarily ced in through the open window As Lizzie raised her head at the Ang of the Vine leaves they shed in going by she encountered a pair of dark Grey eyes a momentary glance of Earnest admiration cd she never afterwards forgot. For Ost the first time in her life Lizzie in Dan fell into a deep reverie but it me from ambitious daughters and Man mammas. How delicious it would be to Settle quietly Down in this charming Village with such a wife As that Bright Beautiful artless looking Gir l whom we saw just now through the window but i fear i shall never marry for i shall always be haunted by the idea that my wealth is the object of attract Ion. Unless i have it i i have it glorious with his Fine Manly face kindling and glowing with enthusiasm the Young Earl passed on in Earnest conversation with his Friend. Perhaps he will re appear Ere the close of the Story but in the meantime we must introduce our readers to a new chapter Aud a new schoolmaster. Chapter ii. Taming my wild heart to thy Loving Al Twenty two years of age Charles Welford came to the Village of a Pijor and his mild dignity of repossessing appearance his to Withful and handsome countenance gained him a Host of friends and the Small number of pupils to which he had limited Hin welf was soon made mrs. Lincoln sent her daughters to be perfected it French and italian and Lizzie made wonderfully Active pro not in the languages at least in the affections of her teacher. Miss the master would say endeavouring but in vain to look Stern i shall he obliged to detain you after school hours if you persist in talking and Lizzie would Blush and maintain a Compo sure for the next three minutes and a upon for his wealth alone he had be come disgusted with life and his Natur your fully trusting to its. Truth have made1 my will accordingly. It is in the1 hands of my solicitor. I have left thie whole of my vast property in specie and landed the exception of a trifling gift to one who is dear to a Distant the Only one who has never troubled me j with his company his attentions or his flattery a poor apprentice at a dry goods store Iti America unable to concent her disappoint ment and vexation mrs. Lincoln quit ten the room. Priscilla followed with a still St atelier step than usual and Lizzie springing from the window j clasped her Uncle s hand exclaiming i am so glad i am so glad now i can nurse you with pleasure and love you As much As i choose the old Man was speechless at first with Surprise and Joy and at length he exclaimed is it possible you really care for me dear dear Uncle were you not kind to my poor father in trouble did you not assist him with your purse Sotir influence and do you think i can Ever forget it the invalid Suksi Arak Pillow with closed eyes through which tears the first he hard shed for Long Over h is. Withered Cheeks and murmuring thank god fell into a tranquil sleep still holding Lizzie s hand in his. From Bat time until his death which happened in a few Days she nursed him with the tenderness and attention of an affection ate daughter. Mrs. Lincoln was agreeably surprised to Rind on the opening of the will that the trifling gift to one very dear to was not less than a sum of two thousand pounds bequeathed to her daughter Elizabeth. The latter generously or she said justly shared this sum with her Mother for a Mot Lent the lingering Sunshine rested softly on the Jair tableau then passed and Eft it to the holier Light of u after Vik you be member Ellen our Hanlet s Pride she blessed her Humble lot when the Stra Ger William made her has and love w is the Light of their lowly have Ycu found the Blue forget me not of be fair and Whas they sat after the tableau. L her Husban fondly Upo not reply. Pleasant said the Good old Rector Voith a meaning smile to a be Robed Maiden at his Side with others about a year performance of the Forest Zoe Welford looked up in a eyes which were Bent her and smiled by t did and comfortable but simply furnished was the cottage in which the or and his Beautiful and Hap used the first few months of school Mast by wife a their less Ihen who never to take a i in their t richly cult was enc Hati she saw. J on her Hap been her cd her allow her t any shape an ardent h umbel allow her some Begg had thrown her Hesbah ally kind heart Cion. Chapter embittered by sushi Iii. He would hear the Little gip sey buzzing away again for the least sound of her Sweet voice always attracted his notice and calling her to him with a grave face but inward Delight he would Point silently to a Little chair at his Side. Poor Lizzie half poo titty half muffins and mystification. Mrs Lincoln Don t you prefer cold muffins to hot asked the Uncle at breakfast one Day with a look of dogged determination mystified his auditors. Mrs. Lincoln changed an involuntary wry face into an acquiescent there was any thing she preferred cold rather thar hot it was a replied of decidedly my dear sir they Are infinitely More palatable cold. I Only or dered hot ones to please you. We will have some cold ones immediately. John bring some cold muffins a sardonic smile flickered on the old gentleman s furrowed face As he turned to what do Yuu Priscilla As usual glanced at her Mother and then replied cold ones sir of course of repeated sarcastically. And you Lizzie Lizzie looked up frankly in his face. Uncle you know i like hot ones Best and 1 think your taste a very sin Gular one if you prefer them cold who said i preferred them cold not i. Come we will share this Nice one together and Here comes John with the cold for your Mother and Priscilla. Hand them to your mistress John. I am sorry ladies you have been eating hot muffins merely on my account and he glanced at Lizzie so comically while her Mother reluctantly helped herself to the bread that she could scarcely restrain a smile. Chapter in. Death and disappointment. A few weeks after the conversation alluded to in the last Tjie old and sister and affairs went on As before excepting that somehow the rambles after Flowers in the Woods grew longer and More 4 we Are trying to find the Little Blue which or. Welford is sure grows in these Woods some said poor Lizzie blushing and smiling when one Day a Friend questioned her rather too closely upon the subject. Cd after v. Lizzie and a Lover. Autumn had with its cheerful fires fetes and evening Dan Ces and wit i it came to the Village of Yourg Man and wealthy no Bleman who fell desperately in love Lizzie at a party and one after noon when she came into her Mother s Little parlor looking particularly be Wii Ching in her simple Straw Bonnet and Graceful Mantilla and found him there alone he suddenly offered her his hand and heart. But Lizzie in ugh de the matter off by telling him that she could not possibly Stop to accept Ilas she was in a great hurry logo Inlo the Woods in search of a certain Little Blue Flower called the for get me not " away she tripped and when she re turned an hour after Sunset the youth vanished and the Village that had know him knew him no chapter i. Tableau vivant. Trust me Cousin All the current of by being sets to thee. Tennyson. A. Flood of warm Golden Light from the setting Sun poured in through a vis la of he Woods and lighted up a pie lure there Well won Ray of such an illumination. A Young and Beautiful girl was lean ing against the Rurik of a Noble tree. Her Straw Bonnet on the Mossy Rock beside her. Her soft curls fell showering round her face As she Bent exult tips vague fear jut Charles grew rest and he pair shaded could resist his persuasions tie journey with him. Own Humble chaise they i rough the delightful and rated country and Lizzie de with almost every thing Here was but one drawback iness and that had always of trouble fro m child Hood Hies were Loo powerful hold poverty or misery in a Pang Palace. Her eyes f fitted with Delight and then filled with tears. She was excited and knew not Why. She read of such places but she had never seen one and she begged Charles to Stup the chaise for a few moments that she might gaze her fill. We will drive through the said her husband i know the owner t Well she Tho ight his voice trembled and she saw that it Wai lighted Lufa a glow of lofty became his refined Beauty that she i Volunta lips and ily raised his hand to her issued it fondly yet with a for which she could not account. Drove through the Park to the. Principal Entrance of the House As they a a preached it was Flung wide open and from a train of liveried ser vants Forth an old man1 who smiled at Earnest Welcome As he respectfully assisted Charles to alight. Lizzie was dumb with said her husband holding out when Sto m de press 5 Are you taking me Home Lizzie he her fondly to his Bosomed twit i a smile on her lip Aud a tear in her would quietly obey. I Rathet think Lizzie liked the punish ment up9n the whole for his dark eyes had talked to her soul a language More pleasant than French or and after looking earnestly up to them for a moment to discover if he were really by the glance of affectionate interest which he returned to her enquiring gaze she would study for hours by his by and tranquil and silent As a Dove in its Woodland nest. Now and then when she had been More than usually wild and uncontrollable or. Welford his soon Woken by the arrival of if july to detain her after the other a v it m i i _ Ridge froth which alighted a Bun thaw la flannel ugliness gout and bling which was introduced by left in order to give her a serious lecture upon the lightness of her conduct i it that serious lecture Man sent for the family to his beside which he had not left for several Days arid with a half repressed chuckle of satisfaction informed them that he had an important secret to reveal. Mrs. Lincoln Bent eagerly Over him Priscil la seated herself with her usual quiet composure and Lizzie half Drew Back. You have repeatedly told me mad ame that it was my own Sake you valued me so my own Superior qualities of mind and heart for my striking resemblance to up tar de ceased for my that wealth was nothing in the eyes 01" affection Etc. I thank you As you de serve for this Assurance. I will not in sult you by a moment s doubt of its mrs. Lincoln smiled benignly and Lizzie turned impatiently to the window. I have taken you at Over Baryj kindled the Home precious Ami a Flowers which she held in her hand. It was the Little Blue Foi get from whose Mystic petals Many a romantic Village maid has Learned her destiny. Leaf after Leaf the blushing girl murmuring As she did so in a Low and trembling tone half Sportive half in loves loves Ine loves loves me Only one Leaf to Flower was hand that held it pressed passionately to the lips of a Noble looking youth who had stolen unperceived around Itye tree. Let me speak for the last Leaf. Liz he whispered he loves thee More than life dear one Hay he his love Lizzie smiled through her Drew her to his heart As he Bori her half fainting into the i Here a pleasant fire was to my 4o of my fathers my who then you my Hus risked the bewildered and half frightened Lizzie by his sit e. Sinking on a sofa my dear Howard said he laugh gently withdrawn and the the said his i smile. The ess1. Ecu ing to a Jyoung. Man who at this moment hastily entered the apartment before y 3u Welcome me introduce me Barl of dear Riend with a Sari of Sweet counted Charles you hat dear forehead will ache beneath this v a. And taking from a casket a Coronet of diamonds he placed her head and kiss d her what did the Oij Ahful for give her forgive her or. Hovard she was weary almost exhausts d with excitement and and closing her lashes still wet with Ine spa Fer

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