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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 22, 1838, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaEach Euion of enlarged num containing a Gery of its proceed act of important t the acts of the will contain 11-Unown and m every subject ing to the general Rig Inal Noro usand Pathe is Early and m the Best new Encan and eng literary Intelli foreign to engaged v Cly for this Jour the a Arious pro that Are pre ind approbation of de and Beautiful a cravings drama and translations from Lian Spanish Etc. Icy of Miscellanea passing events is discoveries and Nee Art Mechan Ginal papers irom distinction number of copies desirous of com options with the e sixteenth volume y directing their the editors option Price five ail cases1, in adduct of new Ler the charge of d contain As ions from messes. Captain Marryatt Inman Willis and others Well known Unity i in the a tent and instruct and the Nicl Lisments the and elegance of us intended to Render All respects equal predecessors and rutted that no work h valuable equiv amount at which it Mas the Mirror like the present state All our plans and if it it for a journal la Kiyoun not Only Ted states my great the English suffice it to say labor Talent Molus shall be spared to ice Ful and agreeable inf elegant Litera i to the the United the perusal of our country the the Man of business s possessing a parti while ill contain a single that would vibrate the ear of the most of they be s to the die Mirror is pub clan at no. 1, bar for to Broadway. It erf Iff the extra super Brevier minion splendid super and eve Pular piece of music Etc. An. Exquisitely in Titi Laife and a ire furnished. The dollars per annul uses in Advance. It the earliest mails to Igou of the City of immunizations Post dressed 16 the editor. Received for a less y subscribed from the begin it volume. Letters i the Post office at co a county a. Sept. 30th, phen b by i in aria m Tylor aha setback William Lan Jules Mas Tes p. M. A to spa Tommsa eagm5. S select tales. And published weekly by j. P. Mcgill. Office Ort main St. 1st door above the court House. The Tioga Eagle is published every thursday in the Borough of Wellsborough 1 Iowa co. A the subscription Price n year if paid in Advance or if not paid till Tho expiration of the year. Motrii semels making not More than a Square will inserted three limes for owe Dollar and the game of chess. By Titt authoress of Itte cottage in the sensibility losing and fashionable and unfashionable Etc. I can scarcely believe my said or. Chauncy As he was one morn ing sitting with mrs. Atkins i can scarcely believe my senses when i see my old classmate whom i left just out of College and my Little Friend sus Aiji whom i found sitting on her when i called to take Point out defects h a which be was joined by favorite school Friend who is two Yeara _ time after the charge for one or1 three insertions she same. Al Liberal reduction to those who advertise my the year. Fin subscription received for a Shorter period uan my Mont Lis nor y ill any paper be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid but at Tho option of the publisher. I letters relative to the business of the and comm Mca ions for the paper must or they w ill not be attended to. Poetical. The f Ell. Of my cherished youth Farewell be fleeting Job s Adieu henc3, memory hence thy potent spell cease on the Happy past to dwell vain rep frets renew life it seems impossible i have always thought of you As a child i mrs. Atkins smiled. You forgot that we Are All six years older than when you left us and perhaps you forgot too that i was the youngest child and had the privilege of sitting on my father s knee much longer than daughters Are wont to do. You and Charles Are about the same i am but five years my husband s Junior. Do you feel too Young to marry 0, no i am now six and Twenty one year your husband s senior j and now that my wanderings Are Over i should really like to marry soon could i find a woman possessing those ties i wish in a wife who would unite her Fate with Minic taste has become and can you Tell me nothing con c earning them but their names and Ages asked or. Chauncey i i will Tel you Noth ing else except that either of them is pretty enough for a Man who does not make Beauty his first requisite in a wife. And each has Fortune enough for one who does not marry for Money. This is All i wish to Tell you but As they will be Here in the course of a week you will have no Opportunity of studying their respective charac ters for yourself r after a few minutes thoughtful silence or. Chauncy no mrs. Atkins i think i shall not be fastidious i think shall be Able to Overlook imperfections in my wife As i Hope she would be willing to do in qualities and acquirement which Many might deem indispensable i could dispense but there is one Quality that i consider of primary in to pure and firm principles that is what i shall seek for in my Choice and what is that asked mrs. At Kins. You will forgive me if i do not answer that question. I ish to observe and judge for myself and shall be More Likely to judge correctly if it known for what i am said mrs. Atkins appear very moderate and reasonable in your yet were i an in it really in search 6f a offi Atud a was his wish to become Reaby Acqua fat de with those i Young ladies he met i i whom was. Nothing which from the first moment told him hat an m with them was impossible. The it War friends of Atkins we not of this number and study of characters soon became de is ply interesting that of miss Leigh because she had a great Deal of character was free1, entertaining even fascia ing in conversation with a heart overflowing i kindly feelings and a head filled with Noble sentiments and Independent thought that of miss Eustace because head to judge her by her countenance As she was extremely retiring and Taci turn when he was present. Her face however was no very dul i study for of her if of any one it might perhaps have body and occasionally when he met her Eye there was a Flash across his memory c f something he had Long before seen or Felt or undefinable Tion of pleasure but too evanescent to be caught or retained. How do you like Susan s guest or. Atkins inquired one Day after or. Chauncey had seen them a number of times. How am i to form an opinion of miss asked or. Chauncey. She indeed looks very much alive but never utters a word when she can avoid it How said or. Atkins i had never discovered that she ifs not As con the parlor when the two from their chamber of have very becoming Riding neither you have put the m on quite right he studded playfully me adjust yours More to my of said miss Justace Biol Din up her Blooming make me look As you f there said Jmar. Atkins after drawing the Cap a Little More on one i Wilu eave company in is not a great new Augusta let me try my hand no thank said miss Leigh elevating her head while her color was somewhat i will Wear my Cap according to my own taste this morning if you beg a thousand pardons for by said or. Atkins Youv taste is much More Correct than really beg your Pardon miss Leigh made no reply but gave0 her hand to or. Chauncey who was waiting to receive it and the Little party immediately smarted on their excursion. For a whle they were rather silent and seemed entirely engrossed in the management of their horses but Tjie weather was exercises exhilarating and Ere Long each Ope was enjoying a Fine flow of spirits. They Rode several Miles and on their return encountered a company of Irish people men women and children. Midship Jar Eleanor or would riot have r manifested such indelicate Joy when the alter was proved so Clara i own explanation that she had a dearer Friend at whose she rejoiced was a sufficient Ottris of Nion though differently Vej was uttered by every pne at the same Poi sent or. Chauncey excepted. That 33 i thl pfc is another said miss Eustace. Was there no in delicacy in her permitting fiend see that calculated pm tie of his hand while he yet declaration of attachment to her i her amiable sincerity would for that fault if it could be called a said or. Atkins. Hardly i think said miss Eustace i always was sorry the passage was Adieu Lior and Young a Trenth of Flowers Trou Dimy brow 1 bound and Molly sought those Bloomin Gbo frers circled by the laughing hours j dreamt that love was found to jump Reading the tale i like not in it female delicacy should be sacrificed Cven at the shrine of sincerity. But mrs 3pie not infrequently sins against the More of fined and retiring delicacy o her sex in w iat other instance do you think she has done it miss Eustace asked or. Chauncey. Of in miss Eustace replied. Said or. Chauncey. But expression of i anxiety and Depres Sard mrs. have seen. Really you Are so Calm no not exactly so but from close and reasonable and scrutinizing observation of Domestic life i design to be quite terrifying. Give me the be guided by judgment rather than Ture of impulse Faricy in my Choice and sincerely Siam who will be too much carried versa Ion. She appeared to bed t to talk with them a few minutes Hope i shall never be so much fascia away with his own feelings to be Able a Noble girl arid bestow Chanty according to each Ted by the charms of any 6 Neas to be to investigate my character too nicely they Are both Fine Noble girls j Tion will clothe said or. Atkins. It is not every Day que on. Carefully 1 t Vij Tjw j _ of j.1 i 9 Ruti Vizino As to it has certainly not been so when Sion As if they Felt All the the Ive me the Crea have met them. I think mass Leigh Fri endlessness of strangers Inu strange of Nane them peculiarly Brilliant and pleasing in con Jap or. Atkins and his friends said or. I 01_____ a a a run v Rama qom will easily detect name them said mrs. Both Fine Noble one s ability or inclination and then Tancy and Hope before me flew and scattered unable to form a Correct opinion of her whose warm Imaginal 1 read character me in the Virtues and s you will not find it particularly own Rosy hues. She added v i to fall in love said after pc momentary 4ause, surely had Home when Friend was at his House m ail r nor to save charts been of y01 r temperament i but or. Chauncey s remark led him people yes name some a Kins. There is one in Madeline that now occur to said miss Eustace that fragrance round. Me in the Virtues and attractions of its that we meet those Vjio Are equally or. Atkins had not often been of my cherished youth Farewell be pleasant scenes Adieu nor More of tranquil hours be Tell All unheard time s footsteps fell and All unheeded flew Dre Malof the Roseate morn of life a Long and Jast Adieu aug Hig 0, or. Said miss Leigh struck me As grossly indelicate and in a Low Torie after Riding a little1 Way indeed not True to nature. Madaline in in silence what potable objects says of herself that she Sang Loi Tefr As Good by nature and than usual one evening Hen she Suppo e were Petely hear whole. That is certainly True and it is seated in her Parl Keith her two had arrived address to a . By miss Porter. 0 Grant my prayer and let me go try toils , path smooth is trere a want a Vish a to which wedded Lovix can fail to soot e 7 morn when sleep still seals thine eyes in y hand thy temperate meal shall spread m right my smiles shall Check thy sighs and my fond arms support thy head. Ano if thy vexing cares should Dart some Hasty word my Zeal to Cleill stil this unchanging tender heart 1 Tho sacred vow i made shall fill. 1 t j 1 j 1 thus distinguished equally True that i am perfectly willing a Day or two before when miss Leigh Chauncey who were As usual in the tired and undeserved blessings Wii t6 fall in love with the first lady i meet raised her eyes from the work tha was full tide of conversation when miss her was tit of the deepest eyes _____.1.1 i f i Stapp. In Unsino to the Annm. Natov and humility and her eyes were sigh. To save Uccio i y lil i Ani Iii or i xxi a. If of t t voids Effrom falling in love by the should never have known the Happi to notice miss eustace11particularly undoubtedly some of them at least sed that or. Falconer was listening and Gemen of Ness of being his wife whenever to witnessed their succeed Uch More amiable in disposition thar by and the hedge that he eng Arthear one thing however our remark has Otoe Day about a after the pre ing interviews. One evening or. Is it that there is so vast her. Me at present you Are com ceding conversation had Aken place Chauncey was with them and or. In our lots How is at at falsetto nature As Well As Icar whole mrs. Atkins was seated in her parlor Atkins chanced to be seated a Little Vatican Ever be ungrateful or perverse indelicate asked or. Atkins. Apart from his wife her Cousin and or. Thus distinguished by Lunnum colouring More highly than fever while her Silken lashes fell Over her As if la conceal their deep express to Itell ivc to 11.11 i in in 01. Y i j f i in a i with whom there is a reasonable Hope in her hand to an opposite window Eustace on rising to leave the room Pathy and humility and her eyes were sigh she inquired who that elegant looking passed near him. He caught her hand swimming in tears As she spoke. Should have supposed that the you really contemplate the subject Young Man was convening with a lady and drawing her towards him said in a i had or. Chauncey uttered the idea of the proximity of Roe Rotor j v p. To Stone thought of his heart he would have to her under such circumstances would where is your voice it Lis evening told her that she was the most amiable Bave rendered it impossible for Nero the most Lovely the most Deservin j f -1- Voith pie most enviable said on the other Side of the Street. Mis. Atkins again laughing. I do that 3 said mrs. Atkins Behan not recollect to have heard any Young Yingto the Jsmrd. Chaun of love and Matrimony with such perfect calmness and self Possession. How charming it will be should the lady of your Choice exercise As much judgement and have As Little the following is a copy of a Law la reference in duelling recently published by the King of Cey one of Charles s old friends Horace Chauncey w 10 recently returned frown Europe asked miss Leigh. I the answered1 mrs. Atkins. Enthusiasm As yourself truly Noth he will giv6 us a Call ing would be Likely to disturb the dare say As he comes Here very o even Tenor of your Way before or. Chauncey arrives Here it is very possible to talk of fire i just time to sketch a Hasty outline of girl. Without growing said or. The portraits of the two Young ladies. But you Are not Usua by so silent Chauncy smiling but seriously i miss Leigh tall Well made and remarked or. Atkins. Hope to love my wife should i Ever commanding in her person. Her face perhaps it would be belter if marry my whole soul. What was Brilliant with Black eyes and dark were. But truly though you May Abb my voice said miss Eustace. Among the whole family of Nan an 0, i am glad you have not lost hey eyes did utter it so far As his eyes but Why Jou not spoken for these were capable of utterance two hours ? s and have i asked Eustace. Answered Atkins j then i suppose it wis because had nothing to said sing As Loti d As usual if indeed she could sing at or. Who was seated by whispered in her what Happy fellow taught you so much of the effect of the tender passion Abby this question covered her whole face were a Tiwu Tongue Only Spolite of the vast Dij that infinite Wisdom sees Best to in Tye outward circumstances of his creatures in this world. When about and neck with a glow of Carmine but the taking leave at or. Door or in a Low Aid somewhat tremulous tone t Chauncey received a pressing invitation she to return to take Tea and spend the May r of instinct teach a woman invitation he promptly How she would probably be affected in accepted Der such circumstances 1 at an Early hour in the evening or. Said Atkins but do suspect you most a Challenge to Fig lit a Duel either written the flame of excitement. Miss Eustace was rather especially Vonen my Riend Horace Tea was brought in and while at the All the Little continued to con or verbal is punishable by imprisonment in the the heart must soon Wither under such below the Medicin stature of woman is expressing his colloquial Powers table conversation flowed As usual verse in the most animated manner Lurl degree with a disqualification for All a process it is my full belief that beautifully formed and the1 most c Leer it was conversation the exercise miss us Ace excepted. She was a and be loss of All Public pen l Hymen it ses liens creature. N Tsie Worl i. Just As you please said miss Elf the mind the collision of wit the King readier screen for mrs. Atkins Sior Sta of to five years after the expiration of sont be plus grands Oudes Oudes her eyes shaded by Long Silken Eustace again by with som e interchange of opinion the expression and she now applied Nelsen to tier the punishment. A person who accepts a and i would therefore use Challenge is or object to the same Uon in a matter of Iso much any act of violence committed against a person i party foe punish red As above and thet party raiding the wound shall be punished according to the existing Laws. Murder com muted in a Duel shall be punished As assassination the body of a person killed in a Duel Annj also of one who shall suffer death in con s i. My the Shaube be to love May it Burn Bright and emphasis that whatever i Caa Ell you that it los of pensions. If the Duel takes place clearer until lost m tha world and the Dirpes about her in read produced the full effect the at inv it very Handso Riely out either party being wounded the snap the Only element of which is bred Mouth and Cheeks the try abide of author intended. His present Little but Leigh differed from him the Erst degree May my wife be a gentle spirit to a Content. There w As something auditory paid him the compliment of in opinion. It w not pretty a it the loss of if wounds follow the to ass Ger bilt her to soothe and exile rate f. he finished the Dif tether thither As the Only place of Refuge from Atkins. Do you not this so All you have so solemn said mrs. Oua1c1 seem to Loo for a wife so free sequence of a imperfections so Angell without funeral ceremony and without l am a most or to j am me Cement of this. the common seconds be Jers of a Chal f p6f j other Jef Violte of a simile her Ere he was we serious y Zimita and m be delighted with Gay friends with one or other or whom 1 be in to learn How he might Render himself miss Eustace replied but make another for my mend. N and All who take part m a Duel shall be had h d the Lesle v Het an to ascertain not faultless 0 no Laid military men id not Freedom he. 3s Quality for Pray Point put. The said my not take Bajt trouble be no subject to decree shall be punished Man imperfections mrs. Atkins but on in a Lively manner by part of a Var. Atkins let us have the Benefit really a handsome by the military penal statute for us Bordina i Hope for Freedom from Gross de or Chauncy and miss hip Harat f r l of your critique upon it so 1 said min Eustace Fecto. But who Are these friends 6f uttered a word except morning or. And mrs. Miss Eustace blushed and begged to until helped to opes my whom you profit Atkins or. 3hauncey, and the Youngae excused. She was very sorry she to its Glar a i f sensuality were pleasure Leafu Are the eldest who is not far from my eave l p ladies were of go out p i lad expressed any feeling of Digap make Ano tier for you. Shoud Yon happier than men but Hurna Felicity own age is my Cousin Augusta Leigh by 01 the three former were ready and Wai probation. But or. Adkins persisted carry tvs it might be lodged in the soul not in. The flesh. And the other is Abby Eustace my v visit them very Requeni y. F and i newspaper

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