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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 16, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaKnown r the fourth de Luct Ixl if Glimmer s evening. To news. Politics Wellsboro wednesday oct. Would for a moment subdued thought Tho year Rand. A of will be a Vocie. If i until no Otto a option of not l a tics for Ono Dollar and for every covered some Flower growing Jor seventy Bio cents. For one or three Iris Cit Tho win. Ross. I do not love the its when nov too late you find one Loving Worth Tom less of the world to mimed 1 the Friendship s of the Earth inti owns Ike cloudless o Crohe son of a thut haughty brow Tallinn join fair Fiche f i do rot love thee now the broke u y Salling Chan most tender tone ears have heard the Strain Jov Ili Breil bed to thee alone that studied Charm was o or made a solemn vow. Ott Utt Sven smiles no More i to not love thee now. Rumor too reveals boast Fernr Day., Lover kneels in my fervently he prays yes i worshipped truly then too july i " allow but operer breathe that boast again i do Jove thee now. Tance from the Shore sire to True spirit of Nukho. Foi the Eagle. Seeps if the life of a Belle. Of Emma. Revelry held the Sway through out the Broad domains of lord Stanhope As the Day was ushered in that witnessed the return of his Lovely daughter to her Pater Nal Home from Alfich she had been absent for the last three years. Anna Stanhope bad scarcely numbered seventeen Summers at the time of her return yet she was Beautiful Aye Surpas singly Beautiful. A brow Lair As the new fallen Snow a Cheek Blooming As the Rose an Eye dark and thoughtful at times and anon beaming with happiness and a pro fusion of Ruven coils falling gracefully Over her neck and shoulders Tave her claims to Beauty that none who Ever beheld her could dispute be. Left her Home Al the age of i Burteena Gay laughing child and three years had not altered her save that she had grown More Lovely her heart was As Light As Ever her manner As playful and Sportive and to a spirit As buoyant As hers the stiff and formality prevalent in fashionable life could hardly by endured were the instructions Given by bet Mother concerning the deportment suitable to a Youngho us journal and citizen Soldier. The Isle of Matrimony. This is a Tomatin situated at times of the torrid zone and often Frozen. It is the cull by luxury and repentance on the by impudence which is an adjacent where the inhabitants of the Isle of real portion of their lives. Fla by of prudence and in the West by some islets full of volcanoes which latter Are called the fluid Matrimony pass a what had subdued so completely her once playful manner what had caused her who was formerly candid free and to become reserved suspicious and a Fop 1 be Fame that produced a like effect upon Ike the fashion of of the Many who sought her was not one for whom be cared save As it gratified her vanity she i halted Rode Dan ced and flirted with All but in reality prize none. In Short she was a Complete coquette at once vain selfish and exacting. List that Strain of music. From whence does it proceed Hoik How it floats along the air to Sweet but yet so sad so Toish ing by sad. Tis from Yon Trtat fair girl who As her fingers rest upon her Bat strings warbles in notes Low musical and Clear that song of time. It is a Young italian Maiden who has been Ena Tiger to enliven by her music the Halls devoted to mirth and festivity but the scene ill accords with her feelings and As she looks up on the smiling faces that flit before her she remembers the time when she too was Rich when she was courted and loved by All in her own sunny land her voice falters and the unbidden tear steals Down her Chelec. Her i hushed and regardless of All around i of her own native Vale. But she thinks Onia w Nec the is startled from her reverie by in of a footstep and Ere she can renew her song is asked in the of reproof Why lady of her rank but still Anna was As Vola tile As Ever and to her father s frequent hit axons that should prepare herself As shake of the and thus it often is that when the grows full to the tear must be re pressed and a smile worn to conceal the wretchedness that dwells within. But who Fuu and sad. At Inch a time be was startled Ftp seeing the dark eyes of Perty fixed earnestly upon . Confused at being observed she hastily retreated leaving in mute astonishment. Can it be that the Ever pauses to sa4d he Musingly perhaps 1 have wronged her she May be As Light and trifling As she thus thinking he resolved to observe her More closely. In a dimly lighted room Pale and in tears sat Anna Stanhope. Her Eye had lost its brilliancy her step its lightness and her countenance bore traces of deep and recent sorrow scarcely out month had elapsed Nince was the life of every Circle but what a change had that Short it. Bad deprived her of father riches friends. Of All who had once thronged her pathway there was nine left save her Mother and she who had Ever been used to ease and luxury passed her Lime in complaining at her sudden change of Fortune so that Anna had not Only her own troubles to Bear but was constantly tried by the feet fullness and Zirri lability of her Mother. But she did not sink under exerted All her energies to assist and cheer her sorrowing Parent who was fast sinking Many calamities. Til now Anna had not known he of tight of mind but trials snowed towards the close of a Fine la the neglected musician and often caressed the Bright Waltom ans of residing to her one she so much loved would her heart swell with thankful Ness o that being who seeth not As Man seeth Ami order Etc All things Well i professor Bush on the resurrection. The follow Iii notice 6f a new and Remar Kable work now in the press by that erudite a Lical scholar professor Bush of n a the pm erase is would merely reply by a saucy head or a Gay laugh and indulgent Parent could Only say Well Boas you then smoothing her dark curls and placing i hand upon her brow a momentary sad Ness stealing Over his countenance be would think How soon those locks might Loose their Beauty and that brow be clouded by memory would flit Back through the dim i Vista of years to the time when she who now lid precipice which inner Are Lan bore the name of wife and Mother had a mis of or a Peratino. I As heart As Gay and a countenance the temperature of Tho atmosphere is a j As As that of his Lovely for the winds which pass Over the 1 How now yet she had never known trouble., every thing that i nth Contd pro cure was hers. But the pure pm main old Art bad been sullied by inti course Wilh la. , time spent in in Glt cited in the Pursuit of pleasure All Jib of which it surrounds make the Climite vary each time that they change the Inions Are also Irie Izilar since Ibe most in ass arc Felt in Ibe Spring when the South winds blow constantly in season beat has of Hamlers hot .Ood i a Viil. It is a a Lucions season i i lieu in i m , Cool sin h 3 manner that in at was it that could thus reprove the fair musician twas Anna Stanhope who had so harshly addressed the maid of Italy. Strange but of More sad than strange that woman should Ever speak except in tones of Consolation and kindness As Anna turned from the italian to join a group in another part room Ber attention was arrested by a Noble looking gentlemen whose eyes were Bent upon her but not t i o n. Kind Bav though More in sorrow Low musician an l in own to her. Twas s from the last few . Hat the generally received it will be seen notion of the summer Day that Anna sat aching by the Couch of her who was daily grow ing More feeble and As she gazed upon her altered countenance she Taw that trouble and disease bad nearly accomplished their1 that she should soon be called to Lay her Only Friend in the cold grave. Her eyes filled with tears her whole Frame trembled with emotion but suddenly checking herself turned to see if her Mother needed any As distance gave one wild look and fell sense less upon the Fijor. So silently Hud lady Stanhope s spirit passed away that Anna had resurrection of the natural is denied by the of the professor s researches in the Foti scorning volume he b bring to the fes t of reason and Restre Qatipi resurrection ii the ibis , in some sense or other the positive Creed of Christ end of. Professor b. The consist Ratibor. Of it first upon physiological arid aims1 to Shiw that the admit to act of the constant of particles in our present bodies the roofs an inseparable bar in the Way of the resurrection of the Baine bodies i Nas Grinch As the very idea of sameness is precluded by the evanescent nature of the subject. The conceded fact moreover that the con Stit Pierit elements of our bodies Are incessantly passing into new and multifarious combi nations Senimal and vegetable presents an. O her objection which he affirms though of thedis wished for Plant f but this Aile to the. Object of his and feeling that not regain although Verajr Neavitt he threw on the Banki and casting a last look on his Taoy love said forget Jot and was burled in the carnage for Tom the foreign correspondent of the Boston Atlas gives annexed description of by Carriage constructed at Birmingham Elp gland for that infinitesimal creation Tom thumb the Little creature to visit that great City of manufacture where the equipage was to meet atm. The letter writer in Point of adze and magnificence the elegant coach is the i body of this Chariot is inches in height and eleven into Cess it the top of the Carriage is a half from the ground. Is lined Beautiful silk Tablet am silk lace. There Are plate _ besides neat outer blinds Aird Sicri Insoda and luxurious can Tonly i dark in Admira j no he Hail heard words harsh and in from whence kindness alone should i sad not perceive j to. Wearily did the hours pass to la at stricken girl she turned to her desolate Home alter the burial of her Mother. E proceeded and u tume d away from her than to the t i voice gentle Anil fined come by affliction h an filed on the. Beads j or. Feelings by which she bad olice they nearly a Luatta a were m with Tii of hings Spring does not Aie j the Conli Ilin Cen Hail in Ollie mgr Hie Lair lady love and As ton. Lung to tilth i thes Omli. All inn Loe la Weir judgment. Ali Rovi ii d with ver Lant Tress Ami Ami All Nalinie teems with life. In same paits of ibis Inland ibis sear so is nearly Ali Hough the cold of lot ctn is the my St ill agreeable sea son their. Is us times j Elt. The Ortli winds which blow unceasingly in this sea ton Are so Cobl Ond pernicious and commence so suddenly that the islanders Are unprepared to preserve their new Nils from destruction especially when the soils blow from the Region of luxury. And Lew Are enabled to see them arrive Al a till of maturity capable of resisting the in i race Ciesol the this nukes people quarrelsome and impatient nothing contents or pleases their Domestic duties and addict them to gambling and Olber women become discontented so lad slanderous. Ii Iem Liis slate they Are overtaken by Wiik whose tul Pharous pestilential Winals torn the West cause Many diseases Liui the men becoming discontented pass tin Allier islands when some cast them in i Levy ration from the. Summit Olibe while other s Are by Irful air they respire. That a Norving All tuis in As the inhabitants depart from the ainu so woman of the Worril a of Horace . By be Hil i la slam in Ibe Mold so greatly Sti. Yei be was what the world Calliel a Lovely woman. Be in the most Sale Movil in the first circles save Dimer Pur lies Chat Aims soirees Ami tier evening in certain Mesils were Able Kun to was particularly desirous Hal Anna mingle in Gay life for Well be know Ibe admiration one so Rich so Beau till and so accomplished would Call ibo Iglo not of the dangers to which her child Tould be exposed her Only wish was to Sec mired and courted by the great land for this Stie exerted All a asked her Lor a the i quit was Cinn Ted Fui in one of i Lave Liv mall her . A to b. I iou Kui so the wat or Ludris. U Ailin in urged has never been answered faculty in establishing a conceivable re Al Ion the Dies and the body that is raised. This he maintains in the common View j. Impossible without the actual re gathering and of the dispersed relics of the original slur Tufa and this if it were effected would constitute a color material and not spiritual body which reve lation affirms to be the body of the resurrect gains with Tassel by Patent Spring rollers. Are stuffed in the m the Little general with one to disturb him thing but a Liny pet Spaniel could ride inside Wilth the general and this dog is j believe to the Exilias lege. The handle of the door is of Eia Borstely there Are foldin.i5 covered neatly lamps of exquisite workmanship the is wide in the old English style covered with Rich Crimson magnificently Erobb dered de Silks and trimmed with heavy the body of the Chariot As of a deep Bei and ones of the Powers. Sut to the i Lilian s to her daughter. Reply and Anna passed ims Lily on lest her Agil Ilion a Boule be perceived. Her usually Calm Vas ruffled and or Lieck flush cd Angr at the ind ii Renic manifested to aids by the Noble suitors Many sought her hand but had spurned them All. The warmest the most devote.1 love were alike trampled upon these be thought Luas Only con with Silmi nation the sex kindly Stanhope More so of Mati irony new Dpi hrs establish Fra solves in it but ibis is not to be won it a they come from the other Island j Weil in the Frozen sea. Where they suffer i Ibe evils without enjoying any of the which we have described. This a Laius is called the Island of celibacy unfortunately the writer still dwells shout any Hopes of leaving it soon. It is never Loo late. It miss . That i could be Beard by All of dejected souls i would cry to _ lilt up your head and confide Sti i i Ibe future and by Loewe that it is never to Ute see i too was bowed Down by Loii and old age had moreover Overta me. And. I believed that All my strength vanished that All my life and my a we pass Over a few years years that have flown swiftly silently they have done their accustomed work they have stumped change and decay on All things Eurt Bly. And on no one have they had More effect on she was still As Lovely if nut than Ever her features Hail become More re Ildr her Loim More finely but her laugh was lets musical and her once warm heart had grown cold and a Lovely eve in thai Anna sat m her richly attired for a festival. It was Early yet Ibe not begun to Ible Ami As she a a yet a View of her arson in h minor opposite she could i of but Cut Rowledge was justly seemed Beautiful and an expression of Satis action passed Over her lace As be Felt that among the Lovely ones there to be gathered none would surpass her. Her dark hair arranged with More care than to still Hung in ringlets a confined Only by a of pearls thus forming an agreeable contest to its Raven file her whole dress was simple but Rich and when a few hours afterwards she entered the brilliantly lighted apartments where were assembled the fair the wealthy and the Noble ones of the land the Low murmur of admiration that greeted her Entrance sent the warm blood into her cheek., filling her mind meanwhile with Joy and gratification. Gaily the Hou with Anna Stu hopi that night i Beauty wit Ami Talent Drew crowds of admirers around her lady Stanhope looked or. With All a mothers Pri be Happy at seeing he wishes thua realized. She beheld her Daugh Ter the observed of All observers a w her these quest. Nut Content All her arts till the casual acquaint fun a the Friend a aident erred indeed was the trial but she came Foith from it Pur As Gold seven lines re the Light and to if a had be the subdued and son less lined Christian the vain and Baughey Maiden was changed into be Niek and Bumble Follower of jts is the Sun bad gone to res by 0-iii.l the Jujia anally Deeff ing into Nii it As Anna Stan Bope a fluid in tars on a neigh of to relieve herself of the child she met the gaze of Percy Roscoe. Confused she remained silent. Never Hai the looked More to Yery at least so though Percy who bad Cut the room unperceived and had Bee i a mute but lift uni Teres led observer of i hts scene. Will miss Stanhope for such i Hope is Gilill her Pardon my int vision 1 that tinle wanderer of whom you have taken so ,.ood care has caused me quite a search by 1 am More than rewarded in thus meeting , for whom i have Long sought though hit Berlo in astonished at such language from one she deemed a husband and father she coldly replied it was a pleasure to her to be the Means of restoring him his a smile played upon his lips As he saw her mistake not my son but my Nephew the child of my sister the italian replied he. It was even so. He had loved Anna Stanhope from the first but turned resolved to forget one who was so unworthy great was his Delight when be again beheld her so happily changed and Ibeh he saw her who once haughty self ii the important passages in the old and new the Cott of arms upon tie Tarn Mer cd Fath it of solid c6at-of arms also appears on the body of the Chariot. It is Liberty supported on either Side by the american Eagle and British lion by the rising and ame rican and1 British flags crossed on a scrod under the whole is inscribed the truly ame the rican appearance of this Superb Chariot is certainly magnificent and does the artist credit. Harness is in the Saine Rich style being thickly covered with solid i it _ la i s to draw the eat trouble and Only Twenty eight inches lit height trained by sir. Batty not beater i saw them Alt the i testament touching upon the doctrine be lion. The grand result to which he Ima is that revelation actor Jav As Little coun j in a Superb the and that decorated with Silver Mace Are really shut up to the conviction Bat which obtained with they Are and were Royal Ampi theatre Dian Encampment at lord s Cricket grounds on Friday last harnessed to the driven by. The own. Coachman., and they great and attracted much attention. much larger than a. They Are very Strong proportions. The court of Theton Jas furnished the Coachman and Footman e Are very diminutive hats White top i bots the resurrection state ensues Irr mediately up j and richest style. Atop on the abandonment of the Gross Tabernacle of the flesh. In the h or the ainu . V whole affair is the most splendid Dow jr., on Freedom. We. Find in one of Dow scr Mohs on following Beautiful language yes. They died for immolated themselves upon their countries suffered Marl worn for the holy cause of threw their bodies on the funeral pyre of oppression gave Back their spirits into the hands of the omnipotent de posited their names and their the hearts of their countrymen Anaf scattered their ashes upon a free and Independent soil the american Temple of my friends is built upon the Bones of very dust we tread upon contains particles of glory and the Waves of the Ocean have rolled out the Bones of its valiant dead to bleach upon Republican every Breeze has a Tongue to speak of the illustrious deeds accomplished by departed heroes Little Brooks babble the name of in Exta cies and the mighty Cataract Thunder Forth the eloquence i ight and majesty of her children on mount Vernon where great Washington reposes in the Lap that has Ever been got up metro Polis. The total Cost of the Chariot harness and ponies is not less tha Jwo thousand Fadoi duty and pleasure of a Wom Ofifi great indeed is the task assigned to woman. Who its Tho can exaggerate its importance or Iver Esti Matt it not to make not Lead armies not to govern empires but to form those by whom Laws Are and empires governed to guard from the slightest taint of possible infirmity Atmil creature whose moral no less his physical be deprived front her to in spire those principles to inculcate to cents which generations yet unborn nations uncivilized shall learn to bless to soften firmness into mercy to cow ten Honor into refinement to Etc Alt generosity into Vir tue by her soothing cares to allay the anguish of the a far worse Angush of the mind Jority to sense t to cheer the scholar toil to Consolate the. Statesman for in gratitude of a mistaken people be the compensation for the that blasted of death and in the bosom of his family e j for fiends that ate per iridious for of Primm eternal peace and quietness prevail there bit a passed such is Jer to Catton the Willow bends of a nation s i coucil of the tortured the prison tribe Tesore left As evidences i of deserted Friend this nation s Flowers Bloom Asl Vej jul i tar such of a and exacting but such her wish. She could or the love Praise of ail of used so Long. Language of adulation have Eye by wish ratified she coi Troi and the pelted Way Ward child had the Headstrong proud and haughty Maiden. Percy Roscoe with All a woman s Fer a she scorned to betray to of Many whither Humble and subdue Ano exp snug de he folded her to his heart and is Jed her his for and Anna As 6% by his Side and listened Kow he Home in childhood and found his rents dead Hipa of him she mused by Day and dreamed by night. Could she have gained his Icove she would have Given up All things else. But her heart was heavy she appeared the gayest of the Gay she swe danced and fluted Riore than in her wid est moods a Shade would pass 6ver her coun Enance her is ugh would be bushed and she his in Tuta his sister Krievs not w eary search he recon in Leila the italian girl tokens of heavenly and the rears its Evergreen leaves symbolic own wide spread Fame and transcendent Worth j 19 to the to my friends Laurel excellence these Are Beatret his greatest Trio Mph been manufactured out of co Mtnor material 5 counsellors when. J Brethren and laughingly chid Hun for the deception he Practised in not revealing that was his. Sister. Happier fax Shappi or than she had Ever been when following the Giddy round Anna Ros Coe in her lie i Between Percy and his sister mrs. Claremont formerly stir it were an insult to Becq Ujj Fanity to look upon him of Divyne now i ten Ian unshaken since he bas1 s spirit inhabits two on this lower world a Type above where everlasting free a pure constant Dom is and below where lie plan world Ted the Young Liberty and lived 16 retard of virtue millions repose beneath its sheltering branches. It seems that i s states amounts to it Wev. 4p Corporal a Treater say the old of come rest on this bosom should be altered t 1 come rest on this to to come test on this Cotton Oft million ill is m disciples Fly to u Acpal 1 my

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