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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - November 22, 1838, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaC ing opinion or Chauncey himself n As Bec Nung in arrested m eliciting her remarks. She Dinoi awaken his admiration like miss Leigh Bat he soon became sensible that if that you arc a woman May i Gale of the counties from which we repeat the request of my boyhood have returns and lessened he whig Ohn Smith el3cted. Nov. 1 4, is38. Canada affairs. They Wood better Bear this eventful moment or. And mrs. Had pursued the same course a tuft the gig Allen 71 scattering r not overpowering Chauncey Weie spending a social eve democratic party in if they had so Ltd b majority Over Allen 231? Over All Goen sour names 01 tuesday heart and in the 5ame Early taken ground upon the principle 223. So Sluch for each Man s popularity at Moling says 6home. 1 gentleman of veracity who Cros sed above last night reports that it is new Ronk election View is As follows dem pleasant parlor in which their hearts of jealousy. In re freshing had been opened to each other. In the legislation which encroached upon the Lur. Dreamy recollection too that strange cour5o of conversation mrs. Atkins rights of individuals the result of this association of certain expressions of her known the fact that her Cousin election would have been miss Leigh was on the verge of Matri the Battle would have been ought and governor which w been lost sight of while he was in Mony. Ended its it has been ended in Lieut governor pity her said or. The Success of the friends of popular Senate Chauncey. Right fiut we have allowed our party Assembly pity him exclaimed or. Atkins to be corrupted by the Banks and the Congress for what i dare say he considers projectors of have been himself one of the most fortunate Felry thing tha. Came within thirty or for during the Day the British -3 threw Many bomb so Little skill that they annoyance to the Patri ots. The report is now prevalent and universally credited that who comma idea the British forces fell in the Early part of the engagement to-4ay. He was a main something a years ant has been for the last thirty Orty years in the British service. The Resu t at and grossed by miss Leigh was returned with in creased Force Mon him and awakened a Peculiar in Erest. It was so nothing undefinable intangible but still something that Cave a throb o the heart whenever it crossed yet so quiet was miss Eustace s influence so different the feelings she awakened Rora those excited by miss Leigh that his heart was a Csc Tive while he yet suspected loss of Freedom. Onee Venmer on entering his friends parlor to found miss fiust uce alone or and mrs. At Kuis raring Jone out for an hour. Bhe took no notice of Llis. Entrance supposing it one of the ii Lily who came in but he immediately joined her you seem lost in thought miss Eustace. Will Tou pc omit to to parc Pate in your re lows alive undoubtedly he said or. Chauncey but it will be a Miracle if he Ever Domestic happiness demanded or. Surely Augusta has Many valuable guilty inconsistencies Between our doctrines and our have aided our enemies in building up a mighty system of Mcne acc corporations which has strength we gave it in overthrowing us. F6r this we arc must be purified 3 47 19 69 fed 1 1 5 81 21 109 i was looking Forth upon the beauties of Esanu said miss Eustace. It was a glorious night. The Moon Clear As was Riding High in the heavens and Ophir Crown on Tho Earth which seemed hns heti to perfect peace and every Star that could make itself visible if the presence of the Rocen of night was sparkling like a Diamond it is indeed a night to awaken the Admira tin and inspire said or 1 has not the Muse visited you1 acknowledge that i once Felt their Force. But should a woman Combine own Chaia Tei All the valuable qualifies in the world she could not secure Hap piness to Hei husband were they Allied to a temper hers is not that going too far asked or. Atkins. Is it not laying too much Stiess on i think answered or Chaun Cey Eaily in my Lite my Mother said miss Eustace. The often spoke to me of the importance influence of such a mighton my heart is like of Good temper. Her Ler Narks which to att music i think it is feeling not thought made a deep Imp Resmon led me to Caie that inspires. 0, could one communicate Ful observe Lam convinced feeling without the intervention of words that could accurately earn the de from and attractive qualities 1 As by th6 whig party at to rfcs i Grant said or. Chauncey and election offered to that immensely pow of corporations the Erful filter my of corporations bribe of extending All their carers Byi the against the emission of Small notes the inducement has had its full influence of the Banks has been used against instruments Are in Power and their foot s on our Post. V published by j p. Magill. Ting a co. A. Could they throw them on paper without the Drudgery of expressing them what a volume there would be to read1 Mie raised a Trace towards him while speaking beaming Tho inspire Ilion of the soul. Is it what is it1 that you Are Etu a by bringing a Tewart my rrnemory1 said or Chauncey it seems to have a pc existence in which Jou Ere known to me miss Eustace Majc no reply. The Sud irn Jess of the question made her heart beat to and the intensify of lick feeling produced a sensation of Inin Ness but hrs Lulf against the window Frame and her agitation was Unni iced it that Inus be it1 i Chance after a bardner1 a ears ago a i 4penl a week at ins House to had a invt Little daughter her name too was attn i Leavene Ithiel seen nor heard from lick since but sle strongly Jou the same level expression Annnie her feature s pm i not Rig hit Sci reel Able to command voice enough to speak. Misa Eustace replied i by Jevc Den Gardner Nurer had a daughter o Jour just be said or Claun cps. It has All come As fresh to my memory As the events of yesterday my father went i along Jouni Lri took me w Ith him at. Far a the i general a and left me until his return i w is with his Lomely Little a Weta and of member asking her before 1 Lime it she would not be my Wile when Blie became a Canan 1 most True thought Eustich Trembl ing from head to foot wild Jou followed the ques Ion by a kiss 1 Vou Are acquainted wit i the general s family continued or Chan copy Aldytt Jou pay he never had a a Kughler but you must be mistaken he car Lauzy had Oire then it he has one no bnger1 i c ingot be mistaken Saij miss tace in tones that were Audi ill As i have passed much of my tune t ice fro a 111 the Cincinnati Republican of nov. 13th, mentions that there were then seventy steam a it at that place forty six of which were Tak judge Cross the democratic has military Force consisting of a company the most Enven Omed Long in or discharging freight and he rest were been returned or Congress by a majority of of Glengarry volunteers and the Mili i something Between 2500 and 3000. Tii iof the Johnstown up on the approach of one the Schoon i Erfe to she was hailed by the the Baltimore chronicle the co Farnand no officer maj. Young accounts which Are now received it appears to her a threat us that the poor deluded mormons Are More l Lien it was cried or Chauncey 1 your own self that i saw there am i not right1 do you not remember it1 1 miss Eustace had just voice enough to utter. And did you remember me when we first met lore1 inquired or a Launcey with eager Liessi said miss Eustace cried Why did you nov r a Pejic of our former Acque Vav try could you not kindly recall my Tarly enjoy ment of your society1 Eustace could Raki no answer Mie i full As if about to betray her hearts most hid Denst Cret As if or cd Nanccy read her whole soul should she attempt to utter Anotoli ors Jable. Her trembling huhs could no longer support her and with an unsteady motion she crossed the room and seated herself on a sofa. T i a attachment of miss bust ice t or Chauncey was rather an instinct than a Paa Xion. She was but eight years old when she met a Iirth at Gene Jil Gardner a and she had never seer him since until they met at or Atkins yet the Little attentions he then paid her which were the very first she had received from one of the other sex and Winch h id a Pechir de Lickey for Tho a youth of sixteen Macc an indelible impression on her thei strange question he asked her was Ever quake in her he imprinted Cvet warm on her Chetek she would Luve Felt it Tofa nation to have had it displaced by one front any other lips. But though she bad never seen she had Verv freq int by heard of him. And the sound of his name a n me she herself never uttered was Ever mimic to her f for the ten Long Jears during which the had been separated his Imge filled her whole soul. For Abby Eustace to Hue loved another would Havo been her love for Horace Chauncey was a Par of her very being. Tailed history of one from the Cradle of his infancy to the give in which he was Laid at three score seats and ten we should find that temper his own or that of others had occasioned three fourths of the unhappiness he had endured neither poverty nor toil pain nor sickness disappoint ment nor the loss of i nor All of these together have caused so Many Houis of bitterness in this Sorma 01 id As ill temper. It is the scorpion among the passions the deepest would a that Are inflicted on human i Ruthei think Are right ilor Acey said or Atkins after sitting for a of div minutes in silent i rather think you Are right and if he playfully added i Mically sympathise with of on account of Abb s unhappy temper Abby s unhappy temper1 repeated or Chaun Civ while his e is beamed with unutterable Compla Saney and love As Thev rested upon Hei look at her Charles. Picture to ourself that lace ii if uned and distorted by passion imagine Vona own a Fife so disfigured is not the picture Hoin ble who Vei imagined a woman As she should be without investing her with meekness gentleness patience forbearance As the genuine characteristics of her sex when destitute of these she denies her the de sign of Hei creation but v of will said or at Kins that some w Omen Art borne with Mudi stronger passions than others will v. Of Mike allowance for these Sot the or St said i. Cd Nuncy i have no of Lief in Unegov i liable Pas Sions i would As soon excuse a thief for his Sahng or a drunkard for 1 intemperance As a sensible worn in t r indulging a bad the of natural at the Point f danger a double guard must be pm every woman owes this not Otily to herself hut to her fiends. She to lighten care to soothe c led face lungs to Congo e the Atli Al to with the suffering and by her gentle info genre to allay the Stormy and conflicting elements that Titi the the Moie rugged nature of Man instead of this shall she permit her own angry passions to be the whirl w ind of her sex like those who absconded themselves to any other Vicini inclination an ill tempered Mai a a tyrant but an ill tempered woman is a monster thursday Bof Ember 29, 1838. 1 to correspondents. The poetry by g. W. L used that the Royal party sustained a Oss of about fifty in the engagement on tuesday Anh that they had not been Abb to remove the dead from the Bat to Lefeld. That All the suspected per and those Yho to Apps have been arrested and Young is not an Exi Tess arrived from lower Canada urging the people of upper Canada to Cortie to their they were assaulted on every thak their officers were principally Kil Jand the whole country in the it i All the regular Trota 33 had been withdrawn from pres Jand sent up the country. Mum ors from other sources state that the United states was fired upon in the River As she passed up that a rising has taken place in the neighbourhood of Ganan Ojue but All these reports must be with Many grains of allow that some trouble has broken is almost certain from the sudden withdrawal of the armed boats i Ohio. R a Large portion of the regular troops the tenancy m the i9th District of Ohio Trot this neighbourhood while the Ruvo occasioned by resignation of or. Kilgore it a lists hold the Field conservative i consequence of the electric join that distinct of or. Swean Nger Democrat to the 26th Congress has been filled by the elec i from he Detroit free press. Michigan. We do notch Wertam a doubt of the Elco f i of or. By a handsome majority. Legislature. 12, a Mcloud co ing present members and elect 10. Fed. 26, the alb any Argus of wednesday following letter i Steamboat in the service to. S. Off 16. About to o clock to Day heavy floating batteries took a position and opened from the River Side while the by Tish troops regular and militia enclosed them on the land Side. After a severe Cann Nading and bombardment t Ley were driven by shot and shells from the buildings where an Effort Vas made to escape into the country. But Here to of were met by a heavy Aid rapid Fie and when the Sun went Down the last shot probably told the Diutsh of Thi last Man of Tiliema. Members who w e do not entertain the least doubt t lat there will be a Clear and decided majority in each Branch of the legislature there Certa Only will be on joint balt. Fully decline. Res pct Tion of or. Swi Eanner for the remaining term of the present Congress. The Milledgeville Geo journal of to .3th inst. States that or. Cuthbert has resigned his from the Albany Argus. Canada. Montreal courier of the 16th, a letter from Prescott dated atl4l o clock on tuesday morning the is giving the particulars of the at of one of the schooners to make the president of the United s ates has is sued a proclamation enjoining neutrality upon the people of the United states in reference to Canadian revolution. I 11 Hie -1 h 1 it g h. R to j a Viand my at that place on monday seat in the Senate of the United states irom j j j u i t i the state of Georgia. I democratic Victory in Kansas has been most Complete. The Ball has rolled Over the state and ousted ism every where. Out of about 7000 votes Giren mid Rhing and the subsequent proceed Ings. The arrival of the schooners in the River opposite Prescott it appears was known As Early As one o clock on monday morning and a Call to sounded the result of which was a Genii Leural Muster of the inhabitants the a Al at the ship Yards undergoing repairs. This is the greatest number of boats Ever known to be at Cincinnati at the same time and it Furm Shes some idea of the enormous and continually in a creasing Trade upon the Westein aurs. Emigration from Canada. The people of i i cd Are giving almost implacable to stimon1 Leir p Fere acc free inf 1 is by e rating t our Ter Tori the Issei ure a y be Chinng equal is Ami the s the p Iper c 1 for acce it Mali Iii for 1 Riuli f the "11 f latest sinned than sinning in the matter of this War and that their great error was in settling Jown on some of the richest lands of the state and that in defence of their right to them Gamsu misfit Iee of ethers they were forced to take Stjes for Tina Lana already Arrivi d 1 he i h Chi i the t Matij la Foi Ai d a with a Mem Tibia Ito v a Iid s Ewi c of Iarj of h i in on Oft big anti i re vers t Cor i s mud i Raj e f i Lulu t it whom to in thi4 t or we observe that several of the Southern pars Call the attention of agriculturists to upor Talip of changing their pursuits from the Euttu on to that of Stock farming exit e argument alleged is the m. Cotton crops of late years Ren that Staple no Long Era it j Industry of the planter is a Happy one for of Middle Tennessee i action of our state f Clu v de mgr Tero lucrative vier Alabama As Well a i be Cotton crops of to life upon her if her name and of Werc not thereupon Schooner tacked and returned to heir former position. The statement of the skirmish j Between the expert and the Schooner and United agrees in the main with the Archie. Annexed to the Prescott let the courier gives the follow ing As tin the j Prescott 9-10, a. M. Fighting Here but we expect to heat off the rebels t i from the Ogden Tburg rrpu1 i los morning tuesday a 0 Ock three i Irish Iboa this Coburg travel and 1 i Irv discovered 1 ing at p the having arrived to nil Jet from Kingston with Sli Flajs men they soon Putofis fico by the Shore and fell gradually Down calculation from year thereby the a pics and thai River to attack who Ore Asro o he Boon 10 d t Iok Isle Iai Condi Vang t Mem on n prostituted by need ugly bad i r the spiritual 38 of the be of or them to ii rid Ai cents Lowen i o expectations of a or cat mass of the pop Nojir at Windmill Point while an Arm there can be no doubt tint the raising of Tock de foce of regulars on foot and mounted and Grai by our Farmers would be Marc. Profitable the culture of Cotton an n re spec could be easily tic Atten i n o i of us soils hould look i a thu ing As a Model by Neir conclusions and we Douht would Avail themselves of this advantage 1 Ange if the i tier is and the has made the following appointments Joseph s. Mor Rison to bean associate judge of Bedford coun 1, he Roem of judge signed Jacob h. Horning to be prothonotary of w new York election. Is that Shower Over said Chaile Fox to a Friend whom he had left six months before at Killarney under the Rainy sky of Ireland showed Over yet say to our selves As we unfold one after another the journals from the country and the letters of our maj Onues for the whig ticket my majorities Tor the Wing ticket in or. Chaunce y did not instantly Fol the Interior counties. No the sewer purposes ind t pc que fire and thus prop i 1 signs arid obey its i the hey engine of la c in it Oradat Iun and optic Simon and Are its u. N sters the base hire nor i history informs us tint the religion has been the antagonist of free principles for centuries in the old world. In he hands of their minions the nobility it has been productive of immense injury to humanity. Has been cruel in the extreme even putting out at times the Light of rational know 1 Rewalt Deputy marshal in the place of Hiram Edge is of vying m a great measure to the Yard resigned. I baneful effects of this system when prostituted to bad purposes More than to any thing else that May be attributed to the present degraded condition of the people of Europe. Look on the Page of modern history and see what it ins done beneath sunny to the land foce and opened a fire with rifles and a baskets which was maintained for at three hours with a warmth it animated the heart the Patriot during night previous e inside of the number already in to hts Field a Force amply sufficient to Check further depredations o every Force had a leafed the a which is built of Stone and made port Hoji fcb of the windows 4-c. In so discreet Ann judicious a manner As to maintain it the assaults of to Day both by Latzl and water. They Are also in pos Melsior of three Large Stone houses near tied wind Tell which Thev defend with Erual valor the British forces on the Lairid retreated about 12 o clock noon Butr the steamers kept up an irregular Firpi with their Cannon till dark when Litey withdrew and went into Prescott. Coun a and behaved with a con Stancy and murage worthy of a better fate1. But their tale is told. Of the f entire population ready to As Jive were taught to believe three Only coined them. In some in stances the people whose houses Indi visual Ayisi de to instigate revolt Sei Zed upon to emand consigned them to prison j. And the militia fought like Dev ils. Excepting a the name o. Vonsh Jeltz to a run abandoned them before Cross no now shrink from the taunts of an indignant Fri m the Harbor nov. Isth will Arr Johnson was taken yester two Milts above Ogden Burgh and is now in custody of the u. States marshal or. Garrow. On Board the Steamboat Oneida. By r general is also i1 custody of the Small s Eam boat pry has been seized by the govern ment and Vas towed in by the Oneida j a to the Ogden Hong that the Patriot in the wind i 1 numbered 111, besides 11 wounded. One escaped a pole and supposed himself the Only left Aive Astle others were speared on leaving the building. A letter from Prescott of the itch. 1 ilife hed in the Montreal courier Irby Lieut. Col Dundas of the 83d Ruig ment Spates that after a smart inc upon the Windmill the brigands were Sammo Nej to surrender which Thev did. Eig it six prisoners were imme fately secured and sixteen others who were wounded were removed fro ii the r lilies soon As conveyance cot id be found. A Large Supply of 26 1 legs of powder and three i pieces of ordinance fell into our of the brigands effected their Cape fro build Ngun the Wool the darkness of the night i the militia to scour the Bank seven i prisoners were then secured. Antong others a pole calling himself Gen. Van who it is understood was the principal Leader. All buildings adjoining the Mill were destroyed but the latter i directed to Hje do Rupiec by a company of militia 4nc propped that if Shoukal continue to or i am Lappy to say this serv ice was performed with loss of one Pian Only of the 83d t a letter from Prescott of the 14th computes the killed and wounded of All rps at 45. Of the rebels Gens. Brawn an 1 Phillips Are mentioned As killed. The Montreal Herald of the 19th, Sta is that a court martial had been constituted and that tic trial of All the traitors Ard foreign Bjelis Ferents in jail i 1 be proceeded with a Thith. Low miss Eustace to the sofa. He is not Over yet wished to look at his still its in the Westein counties of the state emotions Ere he went further. But and Evvard is governor by a Majenty ont look showed him that he loved her of ten thousand. Wholly entirely undivided Day the still if we compare the result of sight of her agitation encouraged his this Section with that of last autumn advancing to the Back of the the observation we made in our Satur and to hostilities. In confirmation British land forces fought v valiant of this is Cento the Opalou Tys Dut their loss must have been tre Lus. Ii lilt s Ful Una Ai Uit Iii Mic in 3 and oppression has ended and that the Sun of i f it Rains cats and dogs sus ghetto of the 27 ult. Learn Mcclous. I ill i lir of t Nufi by Ian tin i i ii its glory will shortly Shine upon Manky every climate and zone and become the com Panion of free principles and rational knowl Edge. I Philadelphia Gazette inti from a gentleman just anted from Jasper Coan to Texas that the indians had several and taken Possession of fort Houston situated in the Vicinity of Trinity the 3, for ivies of Jasper had t the mormon prisoners until the meeting of the legislature. An Aci Eist has got one Point beyond devils for they believe and tremble. Spa Perl spa Perl

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