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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 11, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaWednesday october ii 1843 or revoke of for him a declaration j him restored speedily wonted Mother in a gush of tender Emo which Waller thought would he both select . From the saturday museum. The Happy marriage by George Yeager. Chapter 1. Evening at Home. Fol Baroi Uil when the Tomt Mary what shall read Lar wife yet True to tears Starlet her dark a White hand bosom thro soul and h gently upon son tide i leaving a c cing to Beh pies. He his Sive As he i was very n by thus a by her cheerful posing Demeanour a Ray of Hap Pine 3 or. Harvey was searching magazines and newspapers for1 a 0rt, enter dining Story to read Lolai own dear As he fondly ailed her knowing full Well that see just be somewhat lonesome in remap Sot Home All Day while he was e i in a Busy bustling life and in willing now that he was with her 0 devote his Lime to nothing him i than his Success in pleasing her. Daring the toy stole Manly precious from his for in his Wattis to and irom the counting room was always on Ihu Lookout see some Little Token or , Flo that she was i m me absence from Piliejr Happy very often employed to evening in and who n lit had nothing of t a or the he ch1 to read he would invariably Jesu Enlil he induced her to nuke a face Lection. On this occasion however alter a thu que Fotion his Eye rested Upo Small pamphlet the title of which Sei to fancy and looking few sentences he appeared to be ased trial it would Alford them a h i creation and help to pass away evening agreeably. Here is a Short Story m by with which i a link you will be in Elijho exclaimed Gucci big a moment at his Young wife and Ihen exposing Ihu Shade of the lamp so a 10 concept rate the Light Tiiu he was going to read lit seated a Large rocking chair in Iro t of i the Mary sit is you Are so Deleoni ind upon finning that Iii Ejob to night you can work and listen to me at thu same i maj me Sec who wrote a Mary before she per Miuca Hir the name o the author to a of yes read must be Good Charles begin to read his line Vich voice doing fail i Justice to the Siyl and s j us Sci of Llic Story. It was a Mou a thelic contrasting with Adini Able a self the Bright and sunny scenes Olive with in afflictions and deep Darj. Lii thai try men s with fearful accuracy of Cipr Cossid i and Zislin Tynett of imagery of verve he ring calamities breaking in rapid succession Over a devoted family. It was a most Beautiful and affecting Temperance Story. In its glow it g the crushing of Bright props Els o and a talc nud Aud Young Man and the once j Peppy partner of his Joys bribed it is in the most thrilling Enerva t Safe tit to the Hearl in the soul pains stirring language. Was poise no i that to your mind the Demori s slice breathing its deceptive folds she s wound the heart o f the Younghu Saba a when the fearful forgot lungs of thir wife j Gratt she gazed Wilh instinctive horror Pon the traces encircling Ruon frien there was the crash of co Amer ruin of business again l of Happ new and apparently of the affect p Soui. As and entered into t of Spir while it of the Story his Yoice became faint soot i m if in tones of Soj Row tie was desert a i. King the Stern realities of life. And As of the i the Story referred to the heart pending per offerings heart broken sorrows Tor the wife the Needle dropped for m Ma-1 wife 7 ? As she gazed it noticed Stra by him into the changing expression of will his open and Manly Ackt read deep deep thought and aft it Iii in of h that Mirror of she soul. And she thought that she could read in ass Joslee there the afire would Neier yield Awa the Teni station which had proved so ree fatal to the happiness of the p Rohs in t nes the Story who although Fichti tits w Ere tit ked to hurried a my Der seen you me Deares Manly be gentle Clov aroused de her by upon his s to his cat not you who car pure head j love Charle smoothed her Marb recovered upon him feverish the be Reform j hos been friends t ipalion p Era Nee. Him a in the Fame now look Pelion u sing Futi to his cd he was tread h to Welco All is a misery a As the t Hap Pine woman tones h Minalio this the plea Harvey is one mar set on a vey ii of s Dis grief Temple fear to o f the a dist gentle Wema have i nature Wyolu Harily from beneath lashes her Small delicate clasped together., her Vico you auth King to the emotions of her gaze became rivalled in Imas he read. The Crim its accustomed at like Palor he a upon her Marble tem o was deeply and need and impress Ari but on looking up he cd startled to see his mated. F exclaimed he in its seizing her by the rating her c Ose to him by this agitation i have Cap but never thus. Tell 5 urged he in soft tones sweetly As the voice of a com her reverie she Start met his and hiding her face Oulder she softly sighed in it was devoted woman fathom the affection of thy can estimate that Ond a woman s health arid activity. The doctor answered not but going gently to the bedside he look the hand of the patient gazing a few or Zomenis upon his face noticed the respiration., and turned round with a languid smile fearing if he spoke too favourably the result might sadly disappoint the anxious wife. He May recover with proper Atten he replied. You must be very cautious not or distress him by sad looks when be speak of Hope to him and do not Dis Tress him by letting him see your Sor Row and Ansieta. Attend to the few directions which i shall give you and Iopu for the sat Down Anil wrote a few direct ions look leave re capitulating his caution and promising to Call Early the next morning. When he had left Mary s bosom swelled with unutterable liars started to her eyes Aud silent and sorrowful she resumed her seat at her husband s Side. Of he will not she sighed i should die 190, if i were to lose him understood her. He gently ask the Glossy fron forehead and As she now com her agitation smile in imprinted a Long fervent is upon that fair brow Ling was now resumed. A in place in the hero. He a Lucid by kind and sincere Ign the pledge of his Emon 0m the Thra Dom of item health invigorates his Frame prospects brighten before the Sun of Domestic peace i As with Noontide Blaze upon once on the verge of ruin in Forward with Sweet Alici Brigu scenes in the promo 2. How changed is every when the husband comes not tottering As it but Wilh a steady elastic wife stands on the threshold him wih liar smile where once All was d sorrow Blue eyes Der finished sparkled Wilh and in Hen sympathizing heart she expressed his Sweet satisfaction at the Happy Ter of the absorbing Story Eadcar is an account of one of i it evenings of and mrs. Who had just been the scenes of a Happy Rojar chapter ii. The wife5 trial. Lor breast s convulsive i Rohi in tear of anguished in a Small room with the bowed is reclined or. Learn alarming stage of a danger be. 13y his in silence is Mary fanning his feverish and listening with instructive the deep oppressed breathing alien to who has just fallen into slumber. Observe her no he will and upon her Knees and with silent by sincere prayer Besought him the com Forter to restore her beloved to health and strength. She arose Calm and apparently relieved and in an audible voice forgetting herself at the moment she will not said the patient who had been aroused from his feverish slumber by that Wel known voice no t will not die and although 1 fear not yet for 1 will he said this with an apparent Assurance and the smile which played upon his Sallow features Balm to the fond Young wife s heart which could have bestowed. Lions hugged her Little daughter so closely to her bosom that the words were but faintly audible till she ceased yes he will he Here replied the fond to Morrow morn ing Dean i arh so responded Ellen i Wano see my papa. He is so kind to always smiles on Mel of i do want Oisee him so a this while the Bulj Dame sat a silent but a deeply interested Spectator of the Little family. To Seemeier Mary bus Happy in such affectionate Chil Dren was a source of extreme satisfaction to her and often a.? gazed up on the Bright Happy Domestic scenes around unknown to those who were so dear to her the aspirations of a Pray ing Mother would ascend in the throne of Grace in Earnest appeals for a continuance of the smiles of Providence upon the Happy group. She would watch Little Ellen in her girlish sports and would with her and Lewis into the Garden and talk of god. Of heaven of Good Little girls and Hoys and thus in stil into the Youthful minds of her at i been Able to Charm either by his poetry or music. This was the Lovely and accomplished Mary Lowry usually designated by the King and of course by All others As the fair x Mary Lowry was the orphan Daugh Ter of the unfortunate lord Afi Ewry and after his death she had. Been Bro t up by her aunt the old Tan in her secluded country there tie Young ii l became the in Ihus Iasi a admirer of the beauties of Nar lure and after the favor of the Queen Henrietta towards her Catholic subjects and their descendants had sought out Mary and established her. As maid of Honor in the elegant tend defined court Over which she ruled. Her tastes led the new favorite to cultivate her talents for painting. She loved quiet and re torment and her Devotion to her Pencil was permitted by the Queen to apolo Gize for the Little interest Mary seemed to take in the amusement of the court. The revelations of miss Burney in her lately published must rejected by the lady and disapproved by the King and Queen. Wilt try to repealed Mary in a Low decided Lone. Waller Bent Down i his head with a with furtive glance he watched and. Pupil. I. Will at Casl. Have a Story to Tho t How shall i describe the Reader my pen cannot write words sufficiently expressive to convey the emotions which swelled in the bosom1 of that devoted woman. You must imagine it. She smiled though her a. Grateful smile i or the soothing word he had smile which spoke better thanks to him than words kindest words of his express. The night to had a Tensive listeners the great principles of virtue and religion which if carried out in the practice of life add indescribable Worth to the character of their Happy recipients. It was about four o clock in the after noon. The weather was exceedingly Fine Clear Day of Ber. The Lew household duties had All been attended to by the Young wife whose heart beat Quick with the expectation of soon seeing her dear husband again the floor was swept clean and everything arranged so As to present a cheerful Happy peaceful scene 10 him on return. A few moments after the Conversa Tion just narrated a coach was heard to drive along the Street. Hark it slops at the door the Mother s beats rapidly As with an instinctive wish she Hopes that it May be him. Yes it is her husband he sprang from the vehicle and the next moment Mary is clasped in his fond embrace. Welcome Welcome Hus band she ejaculated and up pressed again and again to his embrace. And Here Aie Ellen and come dears to your papa come when the doctor nil they in 100 shared his Embr Ilce. And old Dame was not forgotten in have dissipated Alt the pleasant illusions with which the of Young ladies or gentlemen May have invested life in . A More uncomfortable place of residence rational beings can scarcely be imagined. The slavery of Royal etiquette which never relaxes never even sleeps without its Fetters which subdues the mind while it controls the every movement of the body it is a Burthen so revolting to the free spirit that when descriptions of the routine Are Given it seems impossible that Reading men or even women who have constitutionally More patience can submit to it. Pope in one of his letter describing a dinner Given him by some of the la Dies at the court of George the second All agreed that the life of a maid of Honor was of All things the most miserable and wished that every woman who envied in had a specimen of and from this life it was that Mary Cowry sought to find same re Lief in cultivating her talents in paint ing a which the indulgence of her Royal mistress was graciously pleased to Sanc Tion. Sir Anthony Vandyke. For it was Thiis celebrated Painter whom the fair artist been her instructor in this divine u had been remarked by Many a watchful Eye in be. Vandyke was not1 in heart sorry that the fair artist in this instance still for the credit of his Eleve he Yust strive to encourage her so he said As he placed his right hand on the Back of her chair and Bent his regards on her fair face in a manner rather too tender for that expression of reproof a which a Masler conveys to a Relac tory i in Iii you May succeed yet that Shade by the Corner of the left Eye and the Mouth Point ing Fjare Finger of his left hand while he spoke to the portrait Are a Little too1 dark. There is a sinister unpleasant expression too in the face. Cannot you see these i see Fairlis sir an irony which i cannot remedy. I am weary of the subject. in vain for rhe to try you succeeded admirably with the All that you have that a because i painted from the image in my heart and not the form before me Iho he took leave and in a week or. Vey Vas restored to perfect recovered fron his debility to resume his avocations at the counting room being extremely cautious How Ever at his wife s Earnest entreaties not to. Faig be himself by too close an application to business. Happy is he who has such a devoted attend his Couch of sickness chapter Iii. The Jia Milt greeting. To Morrow will return to Morrow is the Happy Woi Idso rth. Eader and learn the Exlene of a 3 love what would she not be to Allord him one moment s on had it been in her Power scenes like ibis when sicknesses the body Nyhen racking the object of her love u May learn the Ful Noss of a a affectional a Hearl in Prosperity Iles and clings fondly to you fiends Praise her looks speak tie and her heart feels proud of e loves bul in adversity when fail when sickness confines you Couch perhaps never to Rise then the Devotion of a woman s Riate soul Manifest. She Dyment while you Are ill no rest you Are troubled no desire but to and alleviate your sorrows Ervant gently tapped at the door sick chamber and in a soft Whis Lary bade her enter. The Doc r. Morton is announced and the As a drowning Man clings to a in his endeavours to save himself Dpi appealing look greets Lim. To speak some consoling word e and encouragement. Or. She is tread softly or he Wil do you not think he will soon a tone of voice and ear of manner she asked showing Rull the desire of her heart Tow a few years after or. Harvey had recovered As related Mary was Silling on a with a Little hid and Rosy girl one Side of her while in the rocking chair opposite sat an old Dame countenance Al though deeply furrowed by Agu resembled Hal of the Young Mother still Blooming in All the charms of woman Hood. It was the Young wife s Molher. In Mary s hand was an open letter Flora her husband closely written breathing the Devotion of soul of a fond father and dating husband. Tears were in the eyes of the Young Mother tears not of grief but expressive of the fullness of Joy of peace Siul confiding love. Was there Augh for grief in the letter think you no no it was touched in the language of a fond de noted heart promising soon to rejoin who can Tell the Joy of Little Lewis he crowed and chartered about As to ugly he going crazy at his father s arrival. My said he Lily papa s come Home and was in ecstacy. She Clung Vav Lii both hands close to him and followed him from Side to Side. Snid she. Half reproach smiling Why have you stayed away so has been so Long 4 kiss me kiss me my own and look at the old Dame i she t of in the Bliss of the moment seems to have fresh vigor and is As Active As though she Vas Twenty years younger. And the Young wife swim Ming eyes is their language her eyes Are eloquent her smiles Are heavenly As she on the Beautiful Domestic scene the result of j2 marriage. The Royal household that the Lovely Pupil engrossed a wonderful share of at cation from her Noble looking Masler. And the favor of sir Anthony Vandyke those who not of slight moment. Stopped suddenly As the Ili ought flashed on her he must think that she loved the others whom she had painted of admirably. The deep Blush the succeeding pallor the Effort Sheet Dently made to overcome her emotions these which to an Ioudif iferent1 Spectator would have seemed of trifling import were All harbingers o a blessed Hope to sir Anthony Vandyke. Of the first time he thought that Mary Tpwry Young Beautiful High born and accomplished As she was would permit him to love her would return he to Light up i soul with such brightness As the morning Star Sheds when we Are weary with watching for the Day. It was the Cri Sis of Tell air Fate the the bearing of each Hearl seemed As it were to be heard and echoed by the the be Noumena is Alit Trio Are Wilh the history of these times. We need not go into the particulars of this love passage which enlivened in unwanted manner the Dull Monotony of the of Charles the first. That Monarch had cared nothing for his Genius or his Worth of character while he was Only an artist now that the King had knighted him and heaped Fortune and honors upon him were his most obsequious Flat teries. Still the Friendship of Cour tiers is proverbially hollow hearted and Many who fawned on sir Anthony were eagerly watching an Opportunity to bring him into disgrace with the King. Among the number was Edmund Waller. He had taken mortal offence at a rebuke which Vandyke had Given As the Painter Tho t Lis dear family from which he had been separated for a few months on business of dressing importance. In the letter be expressed in warm terms his font expectation of soon seeing his lilt Lewis and Ellen the Sweet Little Ellen Harvey. Do you recollect your papa Ellen mrs. Harvey asked of her Little Daugh Ter gently brushing her bowing curl from her faced you remember you said Ellen with tearful the fair artist. J5y mus. Hall. Two Hundred years two Hundred years How much of human Power an d Pride of towering Hopes of trembling have sunk beneath their whelming tide 1" i never can finish this picture. Sir Anthony it does not please me at fair artist As she rested Here Allette on her Lap while the hand which held her Pencil fell listlessly at Ler Side. I will try no she continued fixing her gaze half half disdainfully on the Case where Lood the unfinished portrait of ed4 Mund Valler j this youth for he had not yet attained his twentieth was already a great favorite with the ladies of the court of Charles the first. His Sweet songs that he Sung sweetly to the a Compain irent of his Span Isle guitar which he touched with exquisite skill had already won him the coveted smiles of lady Dorothea Sydney so Wel known As and even eyes where s papa i love will he come Home soon Aru she continued Prall Ling in the Sweet eloquent simplicity of childhood ,1 him for alluding lightly and the fair artist in one of his songs his heart therefore waiter vowed vengeance against Vandyke and having discovered As he thought and truly that Ibe Cisi to gushed Arlisle was deeply in love with his fair Pupil uie envious i poet determined to profit by the circumstances Mary Lowry had succeeded to a Mir Acle was said in painting the por traits of the Queen and her daughter the Princess Elizabeth and one or two of the ladies of the had Alejj succeeded in taking an excellent Nej of Vandyke himself she by command of the King Yho wished of test her ability to pain t masculine head and then he said hould sit to her for his own portrait. It was while miss Lowry Vas pain no the likeness of Vandyke that Waer contrived by various artful it i h y Queen Henrietta herself had deigned to bestow praises on the handsome join Strel poet. But there were among the ladies who attended the Queen on Vres to obtain from Queen Henriet he expression of a wish which Erqin in the same As a command n hat the fair artist would paint the i trait of Waller. Accordingly she Ian it though with no Good will she disliked his trifling manners Aigid the vanity and egotism which she hid discovered to be his governing Char acte Ristics. T what was Waller s May easily understood. He Inte Deri Dharni Mary to torture the Noble a de Vandyke with jealousy and if pos shown h n Ujj Cpd taste in appreciating the Genius of Vandyke. Enow showed himself capable of a Wise and disinterested Friendship towards those whom lie patronized. He gave Mary Lowry with a handsome marriage portion to sir Anthony Vandyke though he Felt that in thus making the artist Happy at Home he lessening his dependence on Royal master. This species of self remuneration Queen Elizabeth never a vault make. The scene which Wiir engraving Dis we have reason to believe painted originally by. Vandyke him self to illustrate the Story which he re Laid to the. King of the manner by which he won his it is somewhat less than two Hundred years since these events occurred yet there sits Mary Lowry in a costumes almost identical with the present female fashions of dress. But those worn by the indeed antiquated. The Jong Curling hair which adorns the magnificent head of Vandyke from which he has just thrown aside his plumed Cap is in a picture exceedingly becoming. The cloak to is very Graceful it s dark folds relieved by the Broad falling Collar of lace and White cuff at the sleeves of his dress. But on Waller the costume Smuch less becom ing and will not be Apt. To excite a Ray wish of resuming to the fashions of these old times. How m any changes have passed Over the world since that picture was painted 1 the proud and powerful Nobles who graced the court of the unfortunate Charles who now remember their names Waller though did possess the divine Light of Genius yet Aishe devoted it purposes of exalting self or flattering Folly he left Little deserves or receives a place among the world s but Vandyke the Fajr Orite Pupil Rej iban the True and perfect in nature does Felep among5 Rie men Brances
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