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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 9, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPen for the of a m to 10 o clock p m morning to be ent .7 m the evening g u to the Sherwood col selfors a Nuevo Tioga Bedford col is Lollor at Law county a Eliboro Penn Nichols store v Wooda Rosenes Etc Etc county Penna o. , Wil alien i to All Calla in i me. M Bradford t and Potter c ounces i jmj _ so Ohowe Rui of Long Iii Wells t o i la t a near the facade Sboro 1 a 1 ii hive Gro Etc t v Liage pm below Allsboro Erht All or crier of Mam and be s Vav Eliboro a l. Rob Kosir to scenes hardware is Etc Wellsboro. Penna it 1ioga cot uni y a stand in the Louv and it scr Ber who continues to to j Wleh the Coin hrs Slosson o 01 is Tololi. It Law i Lue a county a to o ins care will receive occupied b r g while Esq Hough hotel. Term r y f Itaf in Ete Nelv been materially enlarge ret ate a and improved it in 1 ii Tel in tins Hucik n of the pm 1 aim to give Sau Ifal on to v tour Lottes. 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Of elected poetry Al t if 1 a not. Tyrone pow3r lyse led and flatterers Bow d p i p n i As 10 he Idle crowd i 0 i he i in cons Sec 1 11 ass i and Light vows gently vow d n r i an acc and merry music loud or Ooi be 1 1 Juli to p i no c e n Hei Rili As one and air n i i f i t be whole no. 639. Town should be purchased for her a which after though he succeeded m male her very in this had been accomplished Al 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 Happy after Beauharnois was arrested on a false accusation Josephine exerted All her energies to obtain his release and 71 m i 1 i i u i words an 1 love s Despir 1 irn i i or int r 9 pain or care j a e co t Wor u w i ilium ring Lul sely fair r t Luu 1 r0et 10 i in As Gay i 8 gut t 1 life that she should accept the offer of the prefer came herself suspected a and was thro lure As her offer Winch had been made immediately on her arrival Napoleon was at this time very fearful of doing anything to Compromise his dignity and As the etiquette of courts was not Well understood by him or any one about him he not two into prison 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 from parts slip had assisted at the distribution infrequently fell into errors which furnished of the decoration of the Cross of the legion of much comment to those of the ancient regime Honor which ceremony look place in the Church who looked with a certain contemptuous silence of the invalids with infinite pomp and display on his dignity of Parven of which he was As All Hie departments of France had their singularly Sens live share in this compliment in had been agreed 1 Miry i a ferry n Ghr 1 1 n t j 1 1 1 in 11 it reilievov6a 1 1 lie c ill or i i i lie c let Bike suy if t r ii u c a pm d to Al d i i it Over s j 1 to i Eli i n Bye i t 1i1l it was at Aix la Chapelle thai Josephine in tint Josephine should present the Cross awarded spite however of All obstacles founded the in this part of the country herself nil nil court which although some Vhal awk a Sene therefore Gol up in the Cathedral Ward Al afterwards the most Splon of la chips Lar where b in wis to appear did if not the refined in Europe Josephine p for the first time dressed in Imperial Robes she herself was Well born and ind married highly came Adient in splendor and the Grace of her therefore her queenly life a t Well upon her Demeanour supplied what was wanting in you h and no Sovereign Princess could do the honors and Beauty her inra of diamonds was sting re of a Corl with More Grace and Charm but in and her Gold embroidered Robes dazzled the was otherwise Wilh most of those who composed of All who gazed upon this vision of an Empress m Marel the of Napoleon was inn and be relate Many amusing the emperor then Rode away to the movement which Admiral Magon hip second in command was Abt iut to execute. Bui scarce anecdotes of the freed m Wilh which the greatly had the first changes been Trade according general was treated by the army and How much the emperor s direction when the sky be came obscured with thick dark Clouds the limn Der Groi led sullenly and the wind came burst these Simili Grilies amused him on one Occa Sion the army of it nov seems Napoleon always in the same Dusty and Bat cred hat in which ing and howling along with such Lorce As to had Breed so n any Bat Lee entered into a sub break All the lines in a moment exactly what the Admiral predicted ind Hap tar option to buy in a new one which present flattered and entertained him in the highest de new piece of Picard then a writer in Vogue was the attraction and oddly enough ii had been so forgetful of the fact of Josephine having passed the Zenith of her youth As to produce a piece the title of Winch was la Femme Dux Quarante Inq nothing Wab further from the intention of the author than to speak Dis Agre Eab e truths yet the piece Irti Ghoul most unlucky m its allusions to women we were obliged to conceal the ravages of time by Means of dress everybody but the unlucky dramatist instantly became aware of the awkwardness of tie affair and every one sat on thorns during the representation of the piece the Empress countenance plainly showed that the strange Blunder was observed her in spite of All her efforts to appear indifferent on speaking of the piece afterwards to a courtier she said sloops hid just been stranded the unfortunate j As the loll Ming for my own part i am not a Good judge of manners were slur Jling in the tin Dot of the our is trn j and too Well a its Merit Picard should never have i i cd it w does and shrieking for pulp Lut appalling pm Intel Wil i Raj unc e to be certain opened a horrible storm overtook the Fleet and Grce threatened it with instant destruction when his be sure pen tied h m to re id a fear the emperor remained As if Iran fixed Uilah of the Man Merub e addressed to Linn by ins head Bent Down his coun Cnance overspread i the common soldiers who were accustomed to with gloom and his arms crossed presently he write As if he was a Fleer Rel Ilion deeply meter began to Pace the Shore with rapid strides when j in their family affair he ibs extremely on a sudden piercing cries of digress were i diverted and almost always complied Llie heard on All sides than Twenty gun requests contained in such for instance except before women of five ind Twenty of it is quite As replied the adroit flatterer to those who appear no older Picard the Nul Hor was Thun apr struck when his kind friends made him sensible too 1 Ite of was the danger Lylial no one an Wert the c Hearl rending appeals Napoleon seemed almost distracted at these sounds and and breaking from amongst Liliosa who seeing ins intention were sri veg the Absurdity he had been guilty of he was hip to Zelom him he threw himself into a safety n i i m to 1 re. Jar i Lei h v. T hive Oil Lime sued j Iel Ai j to id a vainly Voroni a f t-1 it e nil p Only would 1 fill thy Tonii d 1 i i d i me n v s in i d have Dice Vicy Blind e o in f and j d tril and Kin 1 i 3 heart u i j lie e i Iliria u urn i w o i d 1 me he suite and All so to of mistakes and blunders in the Church of Charlemagne surrounded by i More mortified when he found that Duval in i boat c tiling were constantly occurring very mortifying to a 1 the dignified clergy came to meet and 1 rival hid been summoned by the Empress to j let me go Lei me must be res the Greal run in sell and confusing to the a tend her clothed in the riches belonging to in Tina Amateur performance Cir Slite. Their Robes covered with those Fine to up hmm Only laughed Al i desc Llanga for Barla presented to the by the pm she left Llinat tin y could not injure her and her Nero Otho Josephine received the knights of natural Good sense prevented her considering the order and presented to them their Decora attend one of her soirees in order to read a new piece of his called the Domestic to that they were of real importance to her Pasi Tion o be of the ladies of the old school in Al the Church re echoed Wilh Lam glorious Tendance on her and p rat City skilled in court i music of Mhz it suns by such chorus and proprieties was frequently m despair to see not i pained by such Mel idles As Are Only head How Little import lace Blie attic bed to things a Germany Jred Winch in their perfection of purity team Linn divine Peno i Perhip-., when Charlei Marne himself cued Iron Tuch peril As una1" in a moment the boat he had entered filled with water one wave larger than the Josoph me was in the Init of communicating j Resi burst quite Over Hia head and dashed off to her Circle any remarkable news brought her Rani by 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 on the Cost the manner in which Bona she As of the deepest moment tiie mull Junce of the Empress was mex Lusti me and m sue of the represent unions of a enthusiast As he Avis in Church music h lined 1i1c Empress Josephine. 1ilr i court. U 13 Narle wis it b Mologne Oer Pird or it Lerf t in c inane to of Lonj Iid dirtying t in c a Trucmon of Lisp o Lul but join d boils destined Lonn i1 to in Pip lir of Dibdin Bill a r r 1jj t i in c r in into non 1 Jas p Ine to i3r in ice new Djini v an 1 up r t and an his i u tuly r i u 1 As on her to the Baths of i 1 pc be 11 q r 11 or of the sniper us vis t flew like w 1 r and tie an Cit c to by c in Man was in instant common in All i a Ith r tie b my in a Fin Ter of importance and inti to to Ive the Wile of the emperor v i u c i nor Otic was m sprits and full of sex Dune de la Rich Foucault and m d , to Hie heavenly chants Winch so delighted his she Conlu a to forgive with the. Ulmos Grace air in this very Church he sat amidst his i stupidities and vulgarities Winch in the opinion mighty crowd of of her lady of the Cere and gentle b , Ard o a or. Nan were uni e unpardonable she was a and every p in id a in per Cummo d to we n gravely advised by her never so splendid an a listed ctn Montoua a Rhia etiquette 13 very Vve l for it Confes p t it is born inn court and accustomed from infancy every Vav me Luke Mack to the Ted use attending it but for me Vino and to Vire Stcin i us found pm hive Hud lie Liappes to live of Many years a san put individual i May be permitted to be indulgent t who Reco leu Lens fact As Well As it or Joac plane was at this time very Happy ins list throwing it overboard Al the same moment animated by his example officers sol tint he never Vii l give my Hare of my Mother s propert recept i right Inge to claim it Liia is the reason i v ant a Short leave sometimes a is j or would confide to inti Hia disappointments in inv ind a variety of domes tic matter re if Ting to put affairs straight it r in n vol in i not uni Equen y happened Accord Jujj to t 1 writer s desire of Conre on tie emperor a arrival at Aix la Chapelle there was a grand Exon Bitton of the Limo is re is 1 lie Chomi e of the Irum and the Linen which wrapped the holy infant were t uly paraded together Vilh the Bones of St j Stop in and an Arm of Stunf t Charlemagne Diers fishermen and townsmen in Clouds leaped i the Hitler relic part Eularh attracted Tea Teri to boats or dashed into the Waves to Endeavor of w 10 in noned or Cousart i to save their drowning fellow no aug m his suite in order to ask him what Porte announced Lens w As engulf Ray characters j but efforts were Al ended with bul Lille i of formidable Arm enormous Bone lie knowing himself to hafe committed an i 5ucces8 very new of Lue of a a s Ca e for so Matues error which was in fact the chief Caus of the the gun Boata wtresave4, and the next morning the inexorable sea threw on Short nol less than two Hundred dead bodies together with inc hit Greal loss sustained he arranged his narrative in a manner to throw the blame on the Admire com Nan my Well As on Tia Lompert rather i of Lnu hero 0, a Sareil than name Tho real delinquent one poor from whose real Tell con by the top Ruenee of he 6tat transcribed tue Sime account Voncil d he wrote it has been a Mere Chance that our by Many 0 Aller suffering dangers Fleet has not buffered enormously by luckily fur Niobe Luan twelve hours at length quietly Ca eel Al Fly ate on Ellore Seatch on ills cd est having to the coast of k gland Rug tin Saj Vert he proceeded be. Lell of an adventure Winch tit Stone of horror and Des Lution thru Houtte a few Days after had caused in the utmost for but too numerous a Vert the Cdr heard or amusement and How he had laughed it Mode be Tup doctor at Thi a estion c u d not repress a smile but Rena Ned Lent till the question could nol repress a smile but remained silent d 1 the q being urged replied in an in Dor t at he j a a a Liuni we Cli me belong re to the leg of Clia Lemagne never formed on t Well a d the emperor keep your cd re to Vouse f we n u l people s or cof 1 but to Nna pm cil remark did not in n by the curious and for one of the atle Danl generals More Brave probably than Juli Cou entertained the Audi Lory on ill a Occa Suu with a Harangue intended cognized amongst the bodies Winch sire Ved the amused and All her for Nur sorrows were for Gollen in to be to a Limei Arv in which he Felicitated the her present Success Napoleon s attachment to comp my on be i old virtue enthroned sur Ber was extra and entered into All his round 1 by Beauty views and plans with an interest Sueh As is left j be her the Virtues nor the says Only by to heirs entirely devoted i witty authoress who was present Felt by Good without a thought of self unconnected any m an littered at the Sally Tor they justly he Doug Lessly Bittell reproached to Nisei Fiir ins injustice towards the Admiral who Nevet wheless much blamed Tor his the Oddrof the lion c offer in which these precious Eitts Are kept is hermetically closed o i re opened at the end of seven years m favor of crowned Heads a Poleon rarely to see the of Marine upset into Sam he griet alld Ruu , were the water the real facts of both Are thus related by one who was on the spol Al the Tine they occurred and to is tag Lurly at a angers to the orders Given Hun Vav High plea de at the taking Rince will Napoleon s account Napoleon was then a m c my Ament to him on mounting ins Hirse Nerc not Likely to Calm or hear reason Amon so the Nymel shoun airs a beat Tiff the emperor announced h s Isle lion of passing t a True thai the Adniram lid Hia duty nobly the whole of Thole pm in review he gave orders a such com Lucid b it ins end Pactat n for the Good nature and loveliness of with the it others a Vellaree Napoleon did her considered thai Beauty was of Little value with l in of Ihlae which formed a n h to save so Many Lues Mould have disc action full Justice Llu urfi tin fatal policy out virtue and still less did they prize Lorie of broadsides to of changed As he Precila m been answer i by hum Oring the Emper r h w Ere Well known and t c in 1 by her wis highly App eclat i a t was sure to bring the Greal conqueror him of i d Irma her Evora h was Ona t Ciepiel for the s of 1 ans were ill in r ally seized with a lad for Van cd tin h rent la Chapelle were i Lern v reme j u c quest on was How to arrive Sart by at do ire spot for at 1 it Perio Vav ten nil Jet not dreamt of in that Phi of soph o Aror nothing Cou d the wretch Ray Hal fro n c t t in Road Pii tic in a c me be i As it was know no the co n no a petition the Cira Mune to to Noreil e i Lor in to order Repa Ratill be Napoleon to it this Zwir was taken from the Tomb of had stepped lightly and quickly Over but m c a e nine by it e f pc scr Otho who Wrren Cret the minister of Marine b by and he hid Lue torn opened found the Biju of the univ Viell Man was less Active and f Stu King suited in it adorned partly with Nale fur feeling the Pla in crack beneath ins the appendage of a c pen Tell and foot he loss his equal Bunin when Abo it halt Par v w in the Orn Amcis of a King the t Admiral said he in an agn lated tone of Over the Pink napped and the my Mer Crown an i to re mud from the Mould have not my orders been obeyed teas he Waler rein am and he placed m a should come to him without delay his extreme impatience however did not allow him to wait till his arrival but he set Oft to meet him which he did half Wiy his staff ranged themselves in order behind him in fearful silence for the emperor was More than usually irritated j i d be immediately de patched with fit tip the enormous holes and Rita impede the Progress of the hive though it impassible to become possessor Cepter by certain persons to whom it was Given i or offered so Many Brave men to inevitable destruct lion i Piec pit same sailors leaped ins Kintly in h a Anil Mon fish d him up but he was n it g t on Biard without Mich and was r a lived As it appears by the emperor Vul i s of us control Labolt laughter which doubtless found an of anything which she hid not paid for 11 both of women were equally Good j several of those who disapproved of the a Zimman Yavore i More irn laced of have Given my Ordi Anc t j gentle and attached to their he band i always change m Napoleon s title from Consul to t t h h h m f u was said by the discreet motors of c fun or the of Ptons v Nerat on Biti we i per to at the or of Charlemagne a 1 not Perm tie 1 i m be b reel neg even afer Deith and that he was Bur in in h s chair of 1 or 11 u a i in the Sucht of tins Tomb and of the Palace of i ,1, i i .1 re ii m Zoeain i ask Vony Are Iney Noi Oce Yeu i Tane i Lumu Nuu 01 me Palace or j r Arranger the of them of the most perfect temper Perot rejected the proffered com Conse e3 on Foj our part Josephene of the Sod disaster of the storm of he great pm r to Mitt starred Ruthm of the and her suite yet the and most absolute submission Ali nent and she related thai the emperor was Obe Boulogne but the comic incident of the s mid Man. Thoughts of ambition " p rare convenience granted but Little to Short sighted he nol slow Piralic ulary annoyed at the manner in Winch the Admiral i cannot obey m minister furnished matter for Fulip copy rest 8nl cull 38 pm and r in in Liiv Usu Niue a in Najimi Leov us m i u i jell Davi Uriu plaice b ant of the town and to revenge himself a Good Edge in comparing them to the was refused by Duvis Vid i Selance mirth and wit for some time at the Lively court his name on a Levei w the that of the conquerer e it Lor this of their con j , a heart did nol Accord Well with the with which the cried the Empo Reri Are of Aix la Chapelle j whose Elm Mac to acc Thev ind recourse to the following the total indifference of Marie Lime to the his refusal to accept the distinction Par All on a sudden the whole of the department Tion Over his ruined a acc and is roup saw t Kiev a no thai the minister who had Given Fate of her who could throw Ivriy a Titi holy i plot ing to win could j at these words Napoleon who held ins whip Waslh Rovon into a late of exc ement by the m idea the l Noire of the re Torch and c orders Wou d shortly follow to pay his locket containing his hair which a jew jewel never divest in self of a Verlun degree of us j in ins hand advanced Tov Varda the Admiral who announcement of the unexpected arrival of the Thurrl i like 1 in he would make Aix la 1 t the Empress the proceeded direct Ler might buy of one of her who per tuition which he shared with Josephine who i Drew Back a Slep Pul his hand to his sword emperor himself who was preceded by several h at or Arenal to remove the Sand Winch u a hip real danger Ihus leaving the Way in Euclid a manner Ai to convince the minis 1 that hey Nad not petitioned out of Mere eness one result entirely answered their e for m Crete accordingly become t m of Ina parsimony and the accidents with were the More Felt in consequence 1 extreme rendering him Les Point rendering him Les n borne of those who Hod gone before 1 t m these passes of tribulation the diff Iea he experienced were not kept secret l finished when adroitly exaggerated Alec is Winch tended to amuse the salons of Aix in tin c Iea he emperor anxious that Josephine s court be held with sufficient grandeur had commanded that one of the Best houses in the could re marry and live a Long life of Irish Inifi did nol conceal her weakness it this respect Cance after Hia fall and the death of Hal Eon at n Lemercier you amuse Yoila to of bump whose existence he Aundo Ned her self with Remike the Tod of the bourbons do who adored Ihui but he b Lieve a in the Al i Well predict that you will not sleep to Achtner of the insensible Aust run to the last f Lyl ten years and in was a Happy delusion and Consolation singularly enough the duration of Napoleon s which one would have been sorry to take from Truf Pri was Only amp years and nine months the Greil conqueror and captive othe world the said twp hmm is just As love was Al for her second Hus superstitious As f Art. Though he scolds me so band although the fld warmth of her severely when his odious police belly to him Hearl caused her to devote herself to the Fust trial i hive been to visit Mademoiselle Lenor Wilh All the enthusiasm of duty i Mand. Nevertheless he never fails to make the Visco Tel de Beauharnois was a very repeat All she told me though he still swears bad unstable jealous and to have her put in prison if she encourages me selfish he affected indifference towards and a Folly again but he always smiles Corn after neglecting her entirely complained of her pc Nelly when she predicts new triumphs for conduct and endeavoured to obtain a separation him from her in which project he did not succeed j the Empress tinted is theatre where b and said turning very Pale Lesire beware All those who looked on shuddered the emperor stood with his Arm. Still raised and his eyes fixed on the Admiral who great personages arriving no after another with great celerity Nipol on should have lived in the Lime of rail roads which would have exactly Buiter his rapidity of though and exe culion As it was he reached Aix la Chapelle re amed the menacing attitude he had assumed almost As soon As his intention was known and at length As with an Effort Over himself the i made a military entry into the town accompany 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 resell of this con Ference second Admiral said Napoleon i give you orders to instantly the manoeuvres i have commanded Wilh respect to you added he sternly addressing Admiral Bruit you will quit Boulogne in Twenty four hours and retire to the null t ii like 1 in he Chapelle the capital of the Empire he wow it und his Star vans at that hour in Tatj ascend ant Fortune smiled upon him in All its at tempts and Sotie of the Powers of Europe had Litell him As a Legi l mate the of Pieror of Austria had just sent an Ambas Idor Vav eth fresh letters of end it to Napoleon Portugal had done the led by several of ins m and i Simp and had followed the Vance and Mouton bringing up the i Franr Courta had done him the same reverence men of striking Erlenor and Demeanour and nil in spite of the Ful mess of Russia and of highly admired by the people who were in i England i e Cou d nol but Leei Lenl ins Triumph raptures with the magnificent appearance of the in great staff but it must be confessed were disappoint Napoleon s enmity to the obstinate Island of de m the sigh i of the Greal conqueror himself the Sige and free Cou d be for the present particularly after the flowery and fairy like a Slown in no other a not counting his play counts which had been spread at the remarkable thing Fleet which was tossed about at the Raer resemblance borne by i n Lollio idol of Alliey fancies the emperor Charlemagne by of the winds at Boulogne than in prohibiting any part of the manufacture a of England from 3 is 3 is s r a j i s 3 i i news papyri
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