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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 30, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA tit two dollars and fifty cents for an Cash atnally in bed discontinued until All arrearage arc at the option of the editor.1 not exceeding twelve in for one Dollar and for every sub insertion Twenty five cents. A notices not six lines Inse Terf p for one or three insertions the same. In discount a ride following the pert of Frede j Alra Ost inimitable in to Beauty and Jet by Tell me my heart what lore is 1 it liveth but to two souls and one idea two hearts and but Poe throb. Anil loll to How love cometh1 h a us hero and whither Pray it Fletch Twat i fancy Mere. And when is love the Barest when is own self it shuns. Anil when is love Tho deepest 1 when love the still est runs. And when is love the richest 1 it Hoar Deth when it gives and toll to How love Spray Ceil ii speak ctr lives. From the St Louis Revelie. Come out to the West. Como Lorth from your come out to the West Eliase hearts be have hands leave to nature the rest. The Prairie the Forest the Stream Ai tie world is too come and Lake land. Not Only that labor Reward May not find tis Ilia cruise of thai cur Beth the mind tis the Lack of the Sunrise the Breeze of the Hill the glorious tis my own land 1 disease in its Garret. Dim cellars of Cimic corruption s foul alloys theft Lamine and slime of linger not poor Fly swiftly and far of caves of the thrice Happy be Are come travel the Mountain. And paddle the Stream the Cabin shall smile and the Icorn Patch shall gleam a wife and six tis wealth in your Irand your axe and your West an3 Lake land. From the hdm journal and Soldier. The children of Edward. Touch us gently time. Coti Wall. This Beautiful prayer must have been breathed by Rarry Cornwall s heart while at Hia a resin a looking into the face of his Sweet wife and rocking inc Brailfe of his Gulden tres cd touch us gently. Time let us Glide Down thy Stream Gully we or Climen Glido through a quiet dream Humble voyagers Are to husband wife and children i.4 Angel fled to Tho azure overhead touch us Grant y. Time i we be not proud nor soar no wings Oun ambition con Content in simple things. Humble Runyn Gorst Aro of o or life s dim , seeking Only some Calm clime touch us gently gentle time Winter. Najj Rulious coming Winter Inch wild and Stormy might to ast o or All Earth s Lovely Thines thy Paie and withering blight a. Litre he comes o or the dreary world Heel Bis me How cold he it car the same wild Haggard brow which to wore when in has prime Alii he sing eth the same shrill wailing song which he Sang in the Olden time toe same hoarse mean o or Field and a a old Wister i know thee Well maxims of Bishop Sre against discouragements. Keep your proper. Employ Leisure in study and Al Havo some work in hand. A punctual methodical in in Sines and never pro ust Nate. Never be in a hurry. Preserve and do not be talked out of a inv petion. Rise Early and be an econ of time. Maintain dignity without the of Pride manner is something everybody and everything with some be guarded in discourse attentive and show " Peak. Never acquiesce in immoral o put vicious opinions. Be not Forward to As "8n reason to those who have no right to think nothing in conduct unimportant or indifferent. Rather set than follow sex practice strict Temperance and i your transactions remember the final a must. 111 the Man Sis of that immortality of which our a so conscious none has the certainty Onvie Tion of affection we feel that Lov is stronger and better than life a to outlast it. In the memory that sur the lost dear we have Mut u holds Forth a m8urmnca of re Union is acknowledged and an Roro our own heart. We stand be Intro my but loot beyond or i. That sits f Ine spa per chapter 1. One Fine morning in Tho latter end of Trae 1483, a yacht richly decorated with the eng Lish Ensign boating from the Mast head Gli ded Down the thames. After having passed amid the acclamations of the people who Westminster to the of London the yacht moored opposite the prison and two persons whose rack was indicated by the splendor of their dress and the homage that was rendered them landed and directed their course to. The Gate. Equal in rank there was a striking Cori in their persons and no one could have divined on beholding them that they were of the same that the same blood ran in their veins. The older was a bout thirty five years of age but his magnificent dress could not conceal the deformity of his person his physiognomy at first sight had the sem Blance of loyalty and frankness but if one scout sized closely his rigid features his looks spiritless and suspicious his lips thin and compressed announced dissimulation and Cru Elty. The younger on the was still a child carried every trait of goodness in his appearance. His Light step evinced in sual Grace and luxuriant tresses of Flaxen Lair floated Over his shoulders. On beholding him nothing could prevent Heri Ehing for him a Lively sympathy it was possible not to love Bis youth and Beauty whence shone Forth with a pure Joy the Noble qualities of the heart. At their approach the Tower Gate opened the archers who thronged the Vestibule ran ged themselves with respect and the governor after a Bow led the two illustrious individuals through the numerous dark Passa Ges of the Tower. They passed Many court ascended the upper stories and at last entered a Large Hall where the signs of Captivity the heavy bolts of Iron the thick were almost hid by the surrounding pomp. When they entered a youth Abou twelve years of age who was seated near a arched window regarding with a melancholy ook the Waters of the thames., on which the Uji traced fantastic arabesques of Gold enly and running towards the no be visitors pressed the younger to his room exclaiming Richard dear Richard my beloved Bro Ler do i behold you at Las some moments sighs tear Lone evinced their notion. At length Thoung prisoner overcoming his weakness turned to Ibe Only witness of this scene and Aid to him with a dignity Superior to his to i my lord you have restored to me my other yet however pleasing his presence Lay be to me if he is to become As i aril a prisoner in the Tower i regret beholding in you a replied in mild accents 10 hypocrite whom he addressed dear Ephew How can you entertain these unworthy suspicions and can the King of eng and doubt that my conduct has any other ule than his this was the last word that Richard of roster addressed to his Nephew Edward 5th ing of England already one month a prison r in the Tower and Richard Duke of York whom he carried away from the widow of Edward 4th, that he might become sole Maser of the Fate of the legitimate heirs of the English Crown. On departing Richard cast on his nephews a dark and sinister look and at the door of the governors apartment said to remember to execute faithfully All the orders you May receive from me and i will not prove ungrateful. Richard lord protector of England Ela Ted Joy he vainly endeavoured to con on seeing the easy Success that await Ted his designs embarked in the Royal yacht that waited him and returned to parliament. As soon As the two Brothers Edward and Richard were alone they embraced they had been separated one month and their affection increased with their separation. At length they questioned each other and inexperienced Edward might have been he could not doubt the fatal end that awaited them. To the joyous sallies of Richard he answered it is better for you and me to learn to die As i believe our Days Are what could he Hope for in effect t at Thi death of their father King Edward 4th, Thi Duke of Gloster manifested for his Roya Nephew a sincere and devoted affection. I himself conducted him to London and wit uncovered Bead presented him to the people but at the same time he separated him from his most faithful followers whom he cause to be arrested and put to death Young de was then carried away from his Mother and shut him up in the Tower and n one permitted to sen him. Meanwhile Rich Ard was equally in his Power. The audacity of crime sufficed to give him that Crown which he. Coveted for so Long with such persevering ambition an it is Well the Duke of Gloste never hesitated at crime to accomplish i designs. However Richard i Rother of the caresses of their respect he always evinced towards in Protection of their Mother who would of abandon them and who would not have confided to Gloster. If she had his Royalty and at this remembrance their Hearty Here agitated. Compose yourself Edward the Day of Coronation draws near for to passing from Westminster to London i saw preparations for a festival. It is for you i m certain and my Uncle led me Here that May assist As a brother ought at the euro action of the King of England i thus they amused themselves with these railing Hopes until All at once the peal of Ells resounded throughout London the Roar of Cannon awoke the silent echoes of the Tower and at a distance a heard the Joy is acclamations of the people. What did 1 Tell you Edward do not now announce your Coronation to Morrow we shall enter Westminster in live Edward the exclaimed the Roung Prince approaching the window with Lis Trother. Long live Richard the 3rd answered he loud voices were heard amid he solemn sounds that filled the air. Richard hark the people do not Rod aim my he raised himself up the better to understand what the crowd uttered Long live Richard the 3rd glory and Long life to Richard the 3rd." silence of Titis a Mournful Cham i House of York a last time its blood the red of so irony civil Fork particularly but other portions of our the Fri chapter ii. Night enveloped with its shades the City of heavy Clouds through which shone at intervals the lights that illuminated the City without breaking the Bung gloomily overhead and the air heavily charged with those sulphurous a pors that announce a tempest. The Waters of the thames dashing against the base of the Tower alone disturbed this terrible this profound Calm. It was in the month if August and for two months the children of Edward the 4th seemed to be for gotten in their prison Al by King Richard the 3rd. After a Day passed without surprised top princes conversing of their matter the Happy Days of their infancy. Richard always hoped his gaiety his in difference supported him in his Captivity but Edward pursued by incessant fears fad it such Confidence As his brother. It lamentable to see this imprisoned Ted by i quietude bending his Pale and languid head. Both Brothers Over come by the excessive heat of the Day cast themselves on the bed and fell asleep in each others arms. Reposing thus they seem a their sleep to wish to protect each flier at their Eide was a Rosary which tested that before they slept they had Rayed a prayer Book wit i Rich illumine ions that adorned the manuscripts of this Poco was lying open Between them arid the amps burning in the chamber reflected a in Light on the tapestry of their bed. They slept and without doubt to Calm he agitation they suffered in the Day heaven ent them a Happy dream perhaps they Ima nned themselves free and honoured behold no All the nobility of England Gloster at forty tears. 1 t following Are from an article the new York Mirror. They Are designed the writer for new they Are applicable to country and worthy of attention Ter Days when Washington was president his wife knit Bis blocking in Philadelphia and the Mother made doughnuts and cakes Between Cim Traas new years now the married ladies Are too proud to make doughnuts be sides they Don t know so they Send to Madame Pompadour or some other French cake Baker and buy sponge cake for three dollars a Pound. In those Days new York was full of substantial comforts now it is full misery then there were no Greer headed spinsters unless they were ugly in for a. Man could get married for a Dol Lar and begin housekeeping for Twenty Ami in clothes and cooking his a ictus als the wife saved More than it tools to keep her. Now t have known a minister togs five Hundred dollars for bucking a couple then the wine cake and Etc Teras five Hundy red More wed dirty clothes and jewels a thou Sand More six or seven Hundred in driving to the Springs or some deserted Mountain then a House must be got for eight Hundred dollars per1 annul and furnished at an sex or three thousand and when All is done his pretty wife can neither make a cake Nar put an Apple in a dumpling. Then a Cook must be got for Twenty dollars be month a chambermaid a laundress a seam stress at seven dollars each and As the fashionable Folly of the Day has banished the mistress from the Kitchen those blessed help aforesaid reign supreme and while Maste and mistress Are playing cards in the parlor the servants Ara playing the Devil in the lightning the Candle at hot ends it soon Burns out. Poverty comes in a fhe door and drives love out at the window it is this stupid and expensive nonsense which defers so Many unhappy old Bachelor from entering of of blessedness hence you find More deaths than marriages. Heir head prostrate before them As they walked once More in Westminster Park. Edward fancied he heard the joyous Greet nos that welcomed him at into Condon when covered in his Royal Robe he received the homage of the lord Alderman and the citizens All passing around in and in the Joy of the present the past was forgotten. At this moment the door opened two men entered with precaution and approached de. At the sight of such innocence Iran Quality and youth they hesitated. One of them violently replaced the Dagger he had drawn and they silently gazed on tha sleep ing children. At length after some hesitation he who was at first effected by this touching tableau resumed his Stern resolve and said in a Low voice come we must finish them it is Rich Ard s will which we cannot " what can you have the the courage Tyr Rel dare you strike them dare i Brave the resentment of the but this blood Tyrrel this is that of Edward the 4th. These Are the nephews of Richard and it he should some Day re what commands i and at the same time he. Seized his Poignard but his courage again failed him. The tempest so Long impending was ush ered in by a peal of Thunder. The princes Sunyoke and looked with horror on the Assas sins Edward perceived their danger. Of my brother said he to Richard arise they have come to kill us the Dagger of Tyrrel glistened Over the breast of the Duke of York when Zetward seizing the Arm of Tyrrel cried out wherefore would you kill my brother but suffer him to of no i shall shed to said Tyr Rel bewildered. And seizing a he soon stifled their voices and cries. Beneath the powerful pressure of Tyrrel the two Pron Ces were suffocated and their two inanimate bodies Lay on the bed. Then the peals of. Thunder and the rain which fell in torrents work for children. Them is no greater defect in education children than neglecting to accustom them to work. It is an evil that attaches to Large towns and cities. Children suffer much from it. The Parent never considers whether the child s work is necessary or no to the child. Nothing is More Uncertain tha future Independence and depends on being accustomed to cd stored to for the thousand con a gently recurring wants that nature entails on of if this were not so still it preserves them for bad secures their Sreng thans both mind and body it enable Tim better to Bear the confinements of to spool room and it tends More than any Ting else to give them just views of life. It is too often the Case that children pro vied they spend a half dozen hours of the at school Are permitted to spend the rat As they please. Thus they grow up in to world without a knowledge of its toil ajl cares. They View it through a false me dim. They cannot appreciate the favor Yea bestow As they do not know the toil try Cost. Their bodies and minds Are ener red and they Are constantly exposed to vicious associations within their Inch. The daughter probably becomes tha f table helpless object a novel Reading girl lie son if he surmount the consequences o Jur neglect does it probably after his plans id station for life Are when knowl of one of its important objects comes late. No Man or woman is fully Educa 1 if not accustomed to Manuel whatever accomplishment they or their mental training a deduction mus made for ignorance of that important Chap in the world s great Book. It is easier to bring up a dozen children it than to Reform one Block head. Mas. Joe design of the correspondent at Alton after Ting that the recent murder of Joe Smith 3 been followed by a dispersion of his Fol hirers gives the fallowing interesting items re. Joa Smith it said has lost All conf Nee if she Ever had any in the mormon the. She will soon retire to some secure nation undoubtedly the richest the jest. Joe has been amassing Money sever years for. I purpose of eventually go to Jerusalem in tending to Issue a proc nation calling in jews Over whom he to to be head till the return of Christ ii the even he believed would fee place 45 years from 1844" with reference to this expedition he was owned King of Israel in 1844, by Thi Uncil of the Ancien this fifty were sworn to be Esy. This was the Prophet s grand design d of lords a key to certain movements o e Prophet which Affe otherwise Swiss fingers these Swiss Bell Ringeis Amiblo s says he enquirer Are we ensure Khasay tote greatest musical cur Iosi country of that fora in it ind it is not merely As curiosities that they let ugh t a do the1 immense audiences j to me the time appeared when became aids Atoff from having been so r and Axl gave an tie reptile in rals 8is forked looked ii round him As if for some or i lips for of attracting for tie Iorg ivaness of my joins when be praised the reptile unfolded Bria Colls slowly away i the bed by the. The floor and then it eff me. It has been said that poverty makes a Man a with strange bed Fellows it might Kheife is to be Seim ething perfectly in the manual mechanical dexterity with which they manage to extract such exquisite from such apparently unpromising materials and to make some forty or fifty common looking sheep Bells discourse such eloquent music but this is not All nor even one half the Marvel of their performances they Layall sorts of music and execute the most difficult passages with a precision and Harmony that Delight even the fastidious most scientific admirers of Art. We Ibave no musical learning with which to describe the effect of this Beautiful combination of Sweet even enough to account for its magic a Peri the effect is produced and we have to other Mode of conveying to others fhe impression produced no n our own ear than to rough. A and perhaps imperfect comparison. Has our Rea Der Ever listened to the Silvery sound of a musical Box if the has we can approximate to a description of this Campano Logi an minstrelsy. It is a musical Box on a Large scale.1 How he is a naturalized apr Davezac was speaking recently in Vir Ginia when a Federal whig called Sim a major grew indignant. Said be judging from your appearance i be added to does wandering in foreign climes. A. Journal of a it enderer. The mesmeric Muff Lee. The wonders of mesmerism Are not Alto Gether unknown to the people of oleic Dater but a Case has occurred this week which is eclipsed All previous facts either Here or at a distance. We allude to that of the amputation of a limb on thursday last. Trie patient is a Young woman of the name of Mary Ann Larkin 19 Fleet Street Vin uhis to who been afflicted with a Tii knee joint the mature of the disease we do not it was attended with enormous swelling of the limb and with such pain is to Jire vent anything like consecutive rest for a Long period. By these pains and want of sleep she had become reduced to a Mere Skeleton and there was every probability that her life must be sacrificed or the Linin amputated. In this critical state about a month ago it was suggested that mesmerism shout be tried of the patient and it was found that its in fluence was of the most beneficial and sooth ing nature. Under its pain would cease and the1 patient would sink into perfect and retire skiing repose. As amputation of the deceased s joint was deemed essential by attendant it was decided that the operation should be performed while in i. F i the mesmeric state. Accordingly 12 o clock Wasa american citizen before you were Ontha Mowas born. I have a son born an american Citi i zen older than you As for myself 1 have been four limes naturalized. I was naturalized by the sanity of the treaty of Louisia highest form of Law known to the Constitution. The rights of an american citizen were conferred upon me by the Law creating the territorial government of Louisiana and i was admitted to All the rights blessings and obligations which belong to you my fellow citizens by the Law bring ing tha state of Louisiana into our glorious then turning to the whig speaker his Eye flashing As on the Plains of n. Orleans and his heart swelling with the majesty of old recollections he continued sir you look now As if you desired to know where and when was the fourth time of my and who were my sponsors. The consecrated spot on which i received the right of naturalization was the Battle ground of new Orleans the altar was Victory the baptismal water was blood and fire Andrew Jackson was my god father and and Freedom and glory were my the mighty mass of listeners Rose spontaneously and gave nine cheers for our Gallant speaker. The Colon was soon missing. We Are indebted to the eve Mirror for this anecdote. Black Angels. While Bonaparte was first Consul a negro artists applied to him one Day for Protection with respect to a painting which de to exhibit to the Public. On Bonaparte desiring to see it it was brought into his presence the picture represented the father son and holy ghost surrounded by an gels but they were All Black. On behold eng this ludicrous painting Bonaparte broke into a Hearty laugh. The artiste vindicated his production with much warmth saying the Whites believe that a Black skin is the Mark placed upon Ca in by the deity but we of the contrary believe that the White skin wag Man As a curse. You believe that fhe Devil is Black but he is White. You believe that god and the Angels Are White and Why should not we be Lieve they Are Black 1" you have an indubitable right to replied the Consul and can paint As Many Black Angels As you please but when they Are finished the Best thing you can do with them is to Send them to St. Domingo the artiste it appears took this advice and Senf the picture to that Island where it is preserved to this Day with much least we know nothing to the a pleasant bedfellow. I was awakened last night by a violent storm of Thunder and lightning and wind Andi rain. Hard dreaming As i was i had sense enough to feel something moving in the bed and Fay the Light from a Fasli of lightning to my unspeakable horror i saw crawling Over the Matrassi a Cobre a Capello. The most venomous of serpents he reared his head when he came to my body and slowly crawl de on my legs and As there was nothing Over me but a thin Cotton Sheet i could distinctly feel the cold commy body of the venomous reptile through the Sheet. The heat of nay body seemed agreeable to monster As he coiled him Shelif up there i Lay dead still i knew my life depended upon less for had 4 moved leg or Arm be would upon for operation to take place or Rollings was the mesmerised and or. To swill the opera Tor besides whom there were present. Or. Shaw and messes. Target Seddon jr., Down ing or. Rollings having mesmerised the patient which was accomplished in about nine minutes or. To swill proceeded to per form the operation. The limb was taken off within about five inches of the hip spot measuring 33 inches in circumference where the amputation took place and which was affected in two minutes and a half. During the operation an All but inaudible moan ing was heard and a slight movement of the body was perceptible but As far Ascold be judged there was entire absence of pain or this was evinced by the countenance pre serving throughout the greatest placidity not a single motion of a muscle indicating such sensation. On being de mesmerized the patient was not aware of what bad taken place till informed by those in attendance. In the afternoon great pains were Felt in Tea loins attended with considerable writhing of the body from the contraction of the mus cles but on resorting to the mesmeric influence these gradually ceased the patient fall ing into a Calm sleep which lasted an hour and 40 minutes and when aroused All pain had entirely left her and has not been Felt since. When facts like these have of cared at a distance some degree of discredit had been attached to them from a suspicion thai they were not Well authenticated. In this Case we do not pretend to decide anything about the nature of but the proceedings Are altogether so astonishing and at the same time so Well attested by the pre sence of several distinguished members of the medical profession that no reasonable mind can reject them. One thing seems established by this Case that whenever the mesmeric state May arise from it is capable of being made available for important medical and surgical purpose. London to jts of september 2. Moral Power of a kind spirit f one of the most pleasing acquirement that adorn Mankind affability. This one Vir tue Calls into action Many it not for its influence would probably be dormant. But of its own intrinsic Worth it assuredly is the certain Avenue of Success in gaining the esteem and respect of others. Man s chief aim through this transitory life is happiness and the safest and shortest method to1 obtain this Blessing is by the strict cultivation of amiability of Man ners and softness of temper. How frequently do we Bear the morose and sullen acknowledge that in their Intercourse with impression they bad dealt with a he amiable and gentle Anu yet it does not follow that every one who shows Forth amiable Ness is a gentle Man but tie cat be no gentleman who does not possess it. In All walks of society this gentleness of temper and of conduct Sheds its beloved in fluence upon those with when it conies in Contact for the truth of holy writ ass ares a. Thai a soft answer Yarneth away and Fiere i would ask is or old that hath riot experienced ? and does not this gentleness temper insure to their heart and with it does command the respect of for gentle instantly have bitten me after which not have lived Many minutes. A cold sweat ran in a Stream Down my Back i waa in an ago her of terror Home and. Friends and All that was dear to rushed to Ray memory my whole life passed if j our you not Lizard the i a sold not say another angry the was so gentle in his speech. Badman Neis v of f comparison with

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