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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 16, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaDo. For a Shorter period o in paper 1 Are paid it at the five tame pro in mating tix Linet five 18 Price for on u Tho it who adv Etc u Law Only Fenn a less on despatch to i to Bis care in 1th c for the Western Dis any of the Coors of Potter and Mckean. Meek. The 1842. The dressing. Having retired the dressing slab Leld owned Atid Isaac Drake takes his intends and s a never carding Der just finished i curated for ene Ood one for com Splete operation rest the Wool to 1 will Lavor him will also ii with neatness Tuson at i Fame g depart ment is county and will t possible manner in season to Day t and madder red d All other Colon f produce taken in Green printed and published eve vol. . 14. The Irish peasant. hospitality la not Only a Babit Buti a a a Cine and. Indeed of such 4 Quick and onerous tempera sent is that Jin ninety Case nut of a Hundred the feeling precedes reflection which in others prompts virtue. To a stranger and friendless or s offering hunger or thirst to at ttm4 a Nas sport to his heart and purse. But it is not of by the thing or virtue hut also his Man net of it that constitutes the Charm that in ugh his conduct. There is a Apo Lite Noss and sincerity in his Rua nuer it Rich no Man can mistake and u 19 a of which i have Felt a thousand from my by the a i have that the novels supposed of Elquis is the sin state of press co i o 11 o w in g Ards Aifoi to those them o ence As a Ity with Winch diminishes the a i it is the amount of his own kindness prices truth that Trie acceptance of in Hal kindness bestows to a Chip Hrent himself Tatlier than to you. I tie delicate in no common Man either in heart Ore cd and when All tins , will in Lucifer himself and absolutely seduce n 11 to an acceptance of hi3 Hospital it or 39 n . I speak now of us certainly in Domestic life there j Man affectionate and i As the a Juhran. The National Ima a i in is Active and the National heart warm i follows very naturally that should a Anil is tender and extremely Sli Jong ii All ii c Ora Estic relations. Unlike the people of ice nations his grief is loud but idling lenient but deep and whilst its Shadow has in chequered by the laughter and Mirl i of a cheerful disposition Slit in the moments of Rel is inn at i primer or over1 the ,.e of those i Ivr i it will Pul in sell Forth t half a Lite a vivid Power of Recil Uon is sometimes aim Ojst beyond worked Turing put on my Laur from the metro Poi tied snug lit Banks of Nevei emotion of our j morning eggs to delicious some sex been Nornine path of o coming a a 11 n Nery wednesday by j. P. Hail Ilij of a year payable half yearly in data acc or 5o if not paid within the year. Wellsborough wednesday november 16, 1842 i by s miscellany for september. Honey Moon Domestic Buss. Or of the comi latin grammar. Often heard the complaint As almost All comedies and i with a marriage which is o the beginning of a state happiness the world Lepor Ion of is left in a Orance As to what that Hap lists in. I purpose in the pages to do something Tow in satisfaction on this Point 10 stand in need of it by give a Sample of my own expend a Enediel. Twelvemonth to Day this k night Cap affection s of Ich i now for the first time minds of the fact since made the happiest of men Gay and festive scenes of the where the nuptial knot was listen Down to a delightfully cottage situated on the thames. Hall i forgot those Blissful fell when on the second Day Ful Union Laura and 1, our consisting of new Laid Wakeel bread fish butter Cream fragrant mocha and Usi Tely Flavoured Ham having watched walked foil into the Sunshine Down the gravel Little Garden. The buds were it and Solo of them Ocie the Litile into cat t think Tifful example of affectionate f i d rubbing like a Little you Are sure now lowing her Bush and a to of co whole no. 222. Ith the addition of you How it gratified Beau or do so said 1, eyes and pretending to cry d by repeating uie offence set which la Ira cd claimed a by wishing Way. Of i answer forthwith in her Litt you naughty slapping meat the same time on the shoulder but Al hand to remain there which if she had hit Ever so hard would have taken All the pain away. Here upon my a tin most unconsciously encircled her delicate form and her hand continued there she had placed it As it were instinctively began to Waltz. Ivalet fid in and out of the Flower up at d Down the gravel path All around the Green and then Back again Down to tie summer House. As were whirling along my dressing gown happened to cach in the Goose Bury no it Shan to Dove. Let its Tootsi Cums f no i want to see cools dear she added in a whisper at my about something so she Rose and hounded to the door like a Fawn i tried after her on i in toc. Hey you Little kid Drums kid Drums i died gently com pressing her shoulders As she made her exit. Yon lease she willingly exclaimed. Kid Drums i cried after her Down the was a new term Oten Dearment for her which had just come into my head Well you Idle thing or. Ruggles would like half and own i came with dear Lau Rise. My falling first How Plum Tarqi j together adopt ,.nt appreciates and cherishes what i. I j jul the blackbirds in the and Tike Laik on the Iff tue however Are a of Ned people hut by this i .in the a refine Ever there is i i nature As through Uip influence c f the soft r arts of i music and p a the Estert of music upon Llie Julns it Rel k How Well and no Man need Tell Tut a barbarous or cruel a Liomel Mimir that i lit in a t Setir i ii music Al any nation Lauho it fre Linig in a fits j creates u and not although there is no in its Blossom. walked in a manner which . Always in no body is looking at us. I take Laura s right hand in mine and pass her Arm around my then i do not let go of her hand bul l lie b Lyer posses my dered t among in a Iam that out rid lid not much that is did not b in Slih one formed perpetuates arid the other it 13 no wonder then it 1 in lome she Lee Lintus of Trio Irish should so singularly ate Lunate and Start nor then j then i consider that they have been in spite of i sky As j every Orosi auction kept under the softening in might b Quence i could at each c of music and to Elev. Tkebi Onusic and Loo psst Lully heir own f i Ini Ingon Burnier even intr Jlong their in through Thein Bill Feilest j i or poured for Orth at the Winfor Hearth by its soft and melancholy i pit Sling up a thousand tender Aso orations the to Musi necessarily Cli and in prove Twig Hairl u 11 for i Iii reason list the heart beco ifs b remarkably eloquent if not poets cil when 11 Ved by sorrow. Many a time i1 have seen commence her Nail Over the Corpse i i near relative and by degrees Ahe has n from the simple Wail or cry to a High but mournfu1 rec Lalive Etem Porizek under Ine Pic tement of moment Mlo sentiment talk but when our eyes met there wis a Mutual Exchange of Elo Ivsich no words i am sure r have effected. looked ther then smiled then sighed oked up into Clear Blue to ask what happier beings might there. At length after a Long but most expressive silence my Laura Toloui Crims she whispered com mum eating to my left sule the slightest possible impulse Wilh her Elbow. The endearing epithet which she used to Wasi just Ezrh real it 3ne with which affection had in Ghlyn figurative impressive. In i plied. i i i i is the aided very much by the Genius i o " the la Junge nah possesses this finest and c pious vocabulary in the word for the of Eitl Ivr sorrow or Cir Letort s v Jimj and 5 Wrife of Irish u Tibby As she Cha a Litile travelling Frenchman i the harmed to breakfast at a tavern with a i with of. Bony Jonathan whose appetite was Vav High to the magnitude of his i my Olio Alo More in a Roteal than in Al week the i tile Monk eur Thi Frenchman astonished at his perform files Aid after his curiosity for some time j ked with n Loti Risheg Sare v i Vuu so polite As to fell Trier breakfast or your dinner vat you make the Yankee at 6rjt Trade no of Cpl but Monsieur not satisfied asked do pare ave the polite Ness to Tell is vat breakfast or your dinner vat you Maike go to the said Jonathan feel in himself insulted. A Challenge ended and the Kentucky Rifle proved too much for the Litile Frenchman s vitality. While was writhing in his it agonies companion was wakened and entreated the lit Frenchman if there was any Tujing that could do for him though it Cost years it to let Shirri and it should done. Obj. Mon replied the litle Man pie. Is Dat your dinner or your breakfast you make and i vill lie Hap r is Manj Mande it Jefe a yes of Cums in boiled y Obj cried t so Niv nue to hold it sustaining at Lime my own left hand with Arm. In this u a wan and Down the paths and Flower Beds. At first Ever saved her but Aslo my self i fell backwards and received an unpleasant Bruise and what was worse Tore my browsers. Jim tear Jim a most shrieked affectionate Laura totally regard less of self Are you Hurt of speak Tell no dear no Only a Little. Now Don t look so i m not Hurt much i assure tis Only a trifle list t up on my said i trying to Calm her fond alarm though i was Foi Cedlo rub myself All the while. Now. I know it hurls very she poor Tootsi Tims let Tiss it for him and make in Well a bless her Little i but see Here j Ibby and i turned pee Here a misfortune i showed what happened to my neither garment. I must go and change.1 Law j no occasion any More should get said Laura there s i for that. won t dance for fear you know you another so she hed our vocabulary. She had no Book called it from no dictionary but that of i heart. Soft word suited Well her Silva in tone Shosid. Kitiss Kitsey i replied with a of fondness. T shall hive dear for Din 10 inquired. Lever you like i what you Sweet shall it a leg of put her a n around and i put mine around her and walked steadily in doors. Now i know there Are a great Many people who will laugh at All this and Call it foolish and perhaps it May seem so to them but it s very pleasant though for All . After ordering the Cook to get the leg of pork ready exactly at five and to take Cai and some Fine sprouts and some Kail if she could get any and also a Roll Black currant Jam pud dog which both of us were fond Laura got a Needle and thread to Sevva up my browsers. Just As she had finished tie ast stitch the servant with out any warning opened the door and almost before she could announce him in came buggies. Both my wife and i started so that must have thought it very Odd however i tried to Pul but what do you like Best i sometimes Call her Tibby is i it donate creature looked up c of those glances ways had such an effect upon my face for an and then fixed her eyes upon the ground there was no mistaking her meaning. I said my soul s treasure that do you like Best to she replied there Are so things dear. There s of veal you and veal cutlets and curried 1 and haricot Mutton yes and Law of toot i hat say you to a leg of pork u know h peas and yes Wilh peas and pudding delighted girl. It will am so fond of Don t talk so said the playful creature Yon you la shall heat you " Kilsey was my reply to this Pelty threat imprinting i not Fai Tell. You done us expressed in is Ven for a husband to kiss and said Laura see How on a look of unconcern and to Intro Duce him to Jaura As my particular Friend which is though i certainly wished him at Jerico just then More particularly As is always quizzing somebody or other. Having cordially welcomed my Friend i my seat but in doing so the Needle which Laura Irh her hurry had forgotten by a Quarter of an Inch and made jump up and cry out As if i had been Slung. 1 pretended that it was a shoot ing of one of my corns that hurl but j think Ruggles knew better for i was grinning under pre save that tence of b by shrug owing his nose. Dear Liura she catches a thing i saw in a moment that Ruggles was a Bachelor so to tease him she came and sat on the sofa by and hitched 1 or Little Finger in mine and then smiling at him said Are you married or. Answered or. No his shoulders and making Lent my she said is it read _. I i a tone which converted Don t j i la go and see a faint Grimace As much Aslo say i rather think of s no soul love has inquired Laura looking up tenderly in my face. Not i replied. Or. Ruggles rubbed his hands with an air of Nuch self complacency. A i observed throw ing myself Back upon the sofa when you Are married you la know won t tools Cums dear said Laura. Well now Ruggles you la stay and take a Uncle i asked. Tibby dear by the time Laura returned lunch was ready thereat r muggles himself in a manner which proved to the entire satisfaction of Laura the correctness of the character which i had ascribed to him. At length after drink ing a Glass of wine to our health and happiness and taking a piece of cake away Given by her to put under his Pillow to my inexpressible Delight departed. When was gone Laura Sang the last links Are and and the Soldier s and several other pretty songs of that sort and then she made sing my love is like the red red and the Rose shall shall cease to and the maid of when i volunteered a going a shoot she put her hand upon my Mouth and would not hear a Woid of it. After that went for a walk to see the Little lambs at play and get an appetite for dinner. I leave the Reider to guess How my Laura and i enjoyed our meal. were quite alone and every moral Troat the Sweet girl thought particular Nice she insisted on cutting off share and making eat it. I leave him also to imagine How Delight full the interval Between dinner and Tea were occupied. Nuts and wine by themselves Are pleasant enough but when partake of them with those love they Are exquisite. Sometimes had a double then one would make the other bile half of it now i called Laura to take another Glass of port saying come now Tibby you shall it will do you Good and then she would insist on feeding Wilh Al monds and raisins. It was very pleas and indeed very. At last Tea time came. Look Here said Laura see Ducky How with that she removed a cloth that concealed four dozen of the finest natives. I she continued you would like something Nice Wilh your Lea Tibby i declared putting the Edge of my right hand across my Throat i can to of fiddle now Toots Cums Jou shall. Law oysters Are wholesome you know. No w try. Come sir open your Mouth. There i did As i was bid and really the natives were capital that i went on swallowing one after with some Little assistance from Laura the whole were demolished. The Tea things being taken wheeled the sofa up to the fire and feeling As if i should like to go to sleep i reposed my head on Laura ? Lap and thus delightfully pillowed was fast sinking into slumber when presently i Felt such a pain in the i could not repress an ejaculation of pain. Jim cried the sensitive girl in accents of terror. Of How you frightened what is the matter of Laura v i have such a pain goodness gracious Jim How ill you look of dear let rate ring and Send for a doctor. Do and she rushed towards the Bell. Noj i said give a spoon Ful of Brandy. Tin Only a spas Mmahat i am subject to. I shall belter pres the Sweet creature instantly did As i desired and in a jew moments of cell relieved. What could it come now you shall let make you some rum and Honey and then Pul Little tonts into hoi water and go to bed a Good boy and then to Morrow you la All Well a who could have refused to Lake such affectional a advice even if there had been no occasion for in the hoi water was fetched in and placed before the fire. Laura insisted upon wrapping up in her flannel dressing gown and binding my with a silk handkerchief besides putting on one of her night Caps for fear of tic then she mixed the rum and Honey and made drink in Down hoi a which i would not do however till she had some of it herself. So there i sat with my feel in the tub and the lumber Wilh a spoon in it in my hand my Laura sit Ting before on a Little Stool and Newing the hot water to time from the Kettle until she thought thai it would weaken to remain where i was much longer. The Day having been thus delightfully spent my slight indisposition at
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