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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 7, 1842, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaInstitution gift Nonder the charge or Tho game gentle Ond acted the i now in the Moit offers facilities to pts 3 of liners not binary in the slate. He terms Fez truely aimed on reasonable hat the Joth of Obi or unties will not 10 which Eagle. Jug a county a Minuni cations must be i irn for a Shorter period any paper be Discon Are paid but at the of Mare than fur one Doi Iab and inn Twenty five in the Sam pro in tix lines will be Huse making six Kret a five cell Jond 18 -43 the Price for one in Ihus who add Etite is articles Assied to Dies for worm none gently successful his Medicine not a re for Worms Bat Bat it May be Ren without Ary Relief thousand Reed to tin untimely juvenile health and ing the presence of Niong which the Fol Stipon urged upper it picking of Tho bom o of the heart Voble and to Ness enlarged Sloms a bottle. Sprit item and Joti vol. 3. A treaty. To Settle and define the bound Between the territories of the t Ted Stales and the possessions of Brit sonic majesty in North Arr Ica for the final suppression of Faridah for the ing up at criminals fugitives Justice in certain cases whereas certain portions of of Boundary Between the Unile i Slavit Evary wednesday by j. P. Magitt o0 a year payable half Yeaw Jin Adra Jace or ies in her or the in he line slates of the British Dorni Jons in North America described in ithe second article of the treaty of peace of 1783, not yet been Oace tailed and determined notwithstanding the repeated attempts which have been heretofore made for that purpose and whereas it is Dow thought to interest of both parties that avoiding Fusilier discussion of their respective Rii his arising in this re spew under the .1 i ii St. Lawrence Tinoso which fall in to the i selves in those Ocean t till the 1 said treaty they should on a conventional line in said portions of the said Boundary such As May be convenient to both sue i Equi Valents arc deemed just and reasonable and whereas by the. Treaty concluded at Ghent on Ibe a h Day of december 1814, be tween the United slates and his Britannic majesty an article was ageed to and inserted of following Sci 10. traffic in slaves j irreconcilable Wilh the principles of humanity and Justice and both his majesty and the uni de Sta Les Are desirous of continuing i Mieir efforts to promote its enl Iru Abol Tori it n hereby agreed that both Tho contracting panics sip ill use i hair a s Endea Sorsi t accomplish so desirable an of Bot and Nowith sending the Laws which hive at various times seen pissed by the two and the efforts made to suppress criminal traffic is still prosecuted and carried on and whereas the lulled s acts of America and her the Queen of the United kingdom of great Silian and Ireland aria deter mined that so far As May be in their Power it shall be abolish a by Vale the year North la known actual new and the the Otic Section line As b it is place vol terminal article at a Poi the Niue to and a if not paid within the year. Wellsborough wednesday september 7, 1 842. A whole a Oslo. Or St. A Point 7 Miles in u Strai it line from the said Summit or Crest hence in a straight line in a course of taut South eight degrees West to the pc it where the parallel of Lati tude of 4 i Deg. 25 twin. North intersects the sout Iwest Branch of the St. John thence i southerly by the said Branch to the to fee thereof in the Highlands at the let Armette Portage hence Down Al in the said which Divide to i Waters which empty them 3 the River St. Lawrence from Rich the fall into the head of Hall s Atlantic Stream in the Middle of said Stream be thus run intersects the old line 6f t Mundary surveyed and marked the mid West of River River a or Suga Maine to and from the seaport at the month of the said River St. John to around the Falls of said River either by boats rafts or other conveyance that when within the province of new said produce shall dealt with As if it were the produce of said province that in like manner the inhabitants of the territory of the upper is John deter mined by this treaty to belong to her Britan Nic majesty shall have free Access to and through the River for their produce in those parts where the said Rivar runs wholly through the state of Maine provided always that this agreement shall give no right to either party to interfere with any regulations not inconsistent with the terms this treaty which the governments respectively of Maine or of new Brunswick May make respecting the navigation of the said River when both Banks thereof shall belong the same party. Article in. All Grants of land heretofore made by either Pany within the limits of the territory which by this treaty Falls within tha dominions of the other party shall be held valid ratified and confirmed to the persons in Possession under such Grants to the same extent As if such territory had by this treaty fallen within the dominions of the party by whom such Grants were made and All equitable possessory from a Possession and improve ment of any lot or parcel of land by the per son actually in Possession or by those under whom such person claims Lor More than six years before the Dale of such treaty Liall in like manner he deemed valid and be confirmed and quieted by a release to the Peison anti lied thereto of the title to such lot or parcel of land so described As Best to incl i e the improvements made thereon and in All other respects the two contracting parties agree to Deal upon the most Liberal principles of equity with the settlers actually dwelling on the territory falling to them respectively which Lias heretofore been in dispute Between them. Article v. Whereas in the course of the controversy representing the disputed territory on the nor. Eastern Boundary., some moneys have been received by the authorities of her Britannic majesty s province of new Brunswick with the intention or preventing depredations on the forests of the said territory which moneys were carried to a fund called the territory the proceeds whereof it was agreed should be hereafter paid Over to the parties interested in the proportions to be determined by a final settlement of boundaries t i j it is hereby agreed that a Correct account of All Ona s Island into St Mary s receipts and pay merits on the said fund Liall j. Tine and Collins previously to 1774 a the 45 degree of and which has been d understood to be the line of Ivision Between the states of k and Vermont on one Side British province of Canada on and from said Point of inter Ivest along the said dividing Erel fore known and under stood to the Iroquois or St. Lawrence River. Article ii. Wrever agreed that from the re the joint commissioners the sixth the treaty of Ghent to wit it in the Neubrik ily Lake the line shall run in Jong the ship Channel Between St. Joseph and St. Tammany islands vision of the Channel at or near to l the heat Lof St. Joseph s Island thence turning and North Wardly around be lower end of St. George s or follow nor the mid o o die of to s Channel which divides is. George i from St. Joseph s Island thence i the East Neubrik Channel nearest j j St. George s Island through and whereas it is found expedient for j Ted Sta the better administration of jul slice and the prevention of crime within the Ter stories and jurisdiction of the two Par lies respectively that persons commit Ling the crimes hereinafter enumerate to and being fugitives from Pniler certain circumstances be reciprocally delivered up. Slates of America and the majesty having resolved to treat on Uiese several subjects have United her Foruhar purpose appointed their be plan to neg Ciote and Ondoise a treaty is to the presi of the United states has on furnished Vilh full Powers Dani Secretary of stale of the states and her majesty the j the United kingdom of Grea Anil Ireland has on her part a Poi the right honorable Alexaner Ashburton a peer of the Sai kingdom a member of her most honorable privy Council and majesty s minister Art special Mission to the unil Ekl Ito after a reciprocal comm Mic of their respective full Powers Low tides Lew to and signed the of article 1. It is hereby agreed and Clell. Line of Boundary shall be As red j at the Monument source of the River is. Groin ind agreed Toby the com sinners under the o treaty of 1794, Between the Menig of the a Greal by hence North following the e line run and marked by the Survey the two governments in the year and the fifth article c on Nide treaty or to intersect the River St. John and to Tyve the Channel there of thence of the main Channe John to Vrej Nouth of la 4 of her on Uon a Fol the Des Mistbe Ern Tian ring is of 1817 f the Wilh Leof the said Iddle of or St. Francis thence up the int be Channel of the said hirer of. I Tran Cis and of the lakes through which it to the outlet of the Lake wore naga Nook Klyr i in a t line to a Point on the North Branch of Iha River St. John which Point shall ten miss Distant Fri the main Branch of the is. John line and in the nearest i be rom but if the a Irbid Point shall found to be leg thah seven tiles if the nearest Point or Summit or crept of that Divide to empty themselves into so vers the and said Island to the Unis thence adopting the line the maps by the commission ugh the River St. Mary and traced o ers thru Lake us Royal i i be of Lake George thence a Point in the of that jut 1 mile above St. George s Island so As to appropriate to a Point North of lie said Lake one Hundred Yards to the Nwllie and East of he Chapeau list mentioned Island lies near the North Eastern Point of he Royal where t sinners Menlo the Royal the Northwestern main land to the ii ouch of River and at the said and Sou c line marked by the Coninis a ruminates and from the last d Point South be of the sound Between lie the Heij Perior thence to Lake Lake Lake i Little Mecan lakes River through the North h fowl lakes to the lakes of Hill land Between Lake Sund the Lake of the Woods Long the Walcer communication Sais Aquinaga and through that Lence to and in rough Cypress a Dubois Blanc Lac la Croix Vermillion Lake and Lake nand through the several smaller Raits or the lakes Hare mentioned to that Point in Lac be Fluie or Rainy Lake at the chaudiere Falls from which the com is traced the line to the most Nonh Woods the Sai Stern Point of the Lake of the hence along the said Lino to most Northwestern Point be ing m i to elude 49 Deg. 23 min. 55 Sec. In Long. 95 Deg. 14 min. 38 Sec. West Frt m the Observatory at Green wich thence according to existing treaties due South to its intersection with Thi 49th parallel latitude and Aloir that parallel to the Rocky mountains. It being understood that Alt the Vater communications and All the u3ti 1 portages along the line irom Superior to the Lake of the Woods and also grand Portage from the Sho e of Lake Superior to the Pigeon it ver As now actually used shall be free Zens subjects of both countries. Article i. In or dlr to promote the interests and Encomb ape the Industry of All the inhabitants of the watered by the River St. John and its Tribu Tarus whether living within the state of Maine of province of new Brunswick it is i that whereby the provisions of the present Baty the River St. John is declared to be the line of Boundary the navigation of said River shall be free and open to both he that All of ill in 110 Way be obstructed by either he produce of the Forest in logs Lum Ber trial of boards Staves or shingles or of agric Ilttre not boing manufactured grown on any of thie parts 6f the state of Maine watered by Tai River St. John or by its tributaries of which fact reasonable evidence shall if Ria Emred b a produced shall have free Access in to and Ali Roogie the said Tiver and us Tributa Rioe Hsong their source Wythia the state of be delivered to the government of the u. Sla Tes within six months after the ratification of the and the proportions of the about due thereon to the states of Maine and Massachusetts and any Bonds and securities appertaining thereto shall be paid and delivered Over to Tho government of the u. States and the government of the United states agree to receive for the use of and to the slates of Maine and Massachusetts their respective portions of said fund and further to pay and satisfy said states respectively for All claims for expenses incurred by Tiern in protecting the said heretofore disputed territory and making a Survey thereof in 1838 the government of the United states agreeing with the states of Maine and Massachusetts Toi Maythem the further Sura of three Hundred thousand dollars in equal Moieties on account of their assent to tie line of Boundary described in this treaty and in consideration of the Oqui Volent received therefor from the government of her Britan Nic majesty. Article i. It is furthermore understood and for the purpose of running and tracing those of the line Between Tho source of the St. Croix and the St. Lawrence River which will require to be run and ascertained and for making the residue of said line by proper Inonu merits on the land two commissioners shall be appointed one by the president of United slates by and with the advice and consent o the Senate thereof and one by her Britannic majesty and the said commissioners Shal meet at Bangor in the state of Maine on the first Day of May next or As soon thereafter As May be and a Jill proceed to Mark the line above described from the source of the St Troix to the John and shall Trace on proper Marks the dividing line along Sale River and along the River St. Francis to the outlet of the Opheria Mamook and from the outlet of said Lake they shall ascertain and Mark by durable monuments upon the Lani Tho line described in the first article o this treaty and the said commissioners Shal make to each of their respective governments a joint report or declaration under their hands and seals designating such line of Boundary and shall accompany said report or Declara Tion with maps certified by them to he True Mapa of the new Boundary. Article Vii. It is further agreed that the channels in the River St. Lawrence on both sides of the Long Sault islands and of Barnhart Island the channels in the River Detroit on both sides of the Island of Bois Blanc and Between that Island and both the american and Canadian shores and All the several channels and pass Ages Between the various islands lying near the Junction of the River St. Glair with the of that name shall be equally free and open to the ships vessels and boat of both parties. Article Viii. The parties mutually stipulate that each shall prepare equip and maintain in service on the coast of sufficient and adequate Squadron or naval Force of vessels of suitable numbers and description to carry in All not less than eighty guns to enforce separately and respectively the Laws rights and obligations of each of the two countries for the sup pression of the slave Trade the said squadrons to be Independent of each other but the two governments stipulating nevertheless to give such orders to the officers commanding their respective forces a shall enable them most effectually to act in concert and co operation upon Mutual consultation by exigencies May arise for the attainment of the True object of f this article copies of All such articles to be communicated by each government to the other respectively. Artici Bix. Whereas notwithstanding All efforts which May be made on the coast of Africa for sup ires Sinjur the slave Trade the facilities for carrying on that Travec and avoiding the Vigi Ance of cruisers by the fraudulent use a flags and other Means Are so great and temptations or pursuing it while a Market can be found or slaves so Strong As that the desired result May be Long delayed unless All markets be shut against the Purchase of african negroes the parties to this treaty agree that they will unite in All becoming and remonstrances with any and All Powers within whose dominions such markets Are allowed to exist and that they will urge upon All such Powers the propriety and duty of losing such markets at once and forever. Article x. It is agreed that the United states and her British majesty shall upon Mutual Requist. Tons by them or their ministers officers or authorities respectively made deliver up to Justice All persons who being charged Wilth the crime of murder or piracy of arson or robbery or forgery or Lite utterance of for ged papers committed within the jurisdiction of either shall seek an Asylum or shall be found within the territories of the provided that this shall Only be done upon such evidence of criminality As according to the Laws of the place where the fugitive or person so charged shall be found would justify his apprehension and commitment for trill if the crime or offence had there been committed and the respective judges and other magistrates of the two governments shall have Power jurisdiction and authority upon com plaint made under oath to Issue a warrant for the apprehension of the fugitive or person so charged that he May be brought before such judges or other magistrates to the end the evidence of criminally May be heard and considered and if in such heating the Evi Dence 6e deemed sufficient to sustain the charge it shall be the duty of the examining judge or magistrate to certify the same to the proper executive authority that a warrant May Issue for the surrender of such fugitive. The expense of such apprehension and delivery shall be borne and defrayed by the party who makes the requisition and receives the fugitive. Article i. The eighth article of this treaty shall be in Force for five years from the Dale of the ratification and afterwards until one or the other party shall signify a to terminate the tenth article shall continue in Force until one or the other party shall signify a wish to terminate it and no longer. Article Xii. The present treaty shall be duly Tho Mutual Exchange of ratifications shall take place in London within six months from the Dale Hereof or earlier if possible. J in Faith whereof we the respective plenipotentiaries have signed this treaty and have Hereunto affixed our seals. Done in duplicate at Washington the ninth Day of August Anno Domini one thousand eight Hundred and forty twp. Ashburton Seal Daniel Webster Seal paper convertible at the pleasure of the hol this the body politic cannot be healthy. A faithful adherence to the Obliga Tion of contracts and a due administration of Justice that Large rogues As Well As Small ones May be Sentinel. binding a family together in peace und love there is no human influence like Domestic prayer. Uniting then in a common object it unites their and desires. Rais ing their hearts to brings them nil together in t la presence of the Fame y Jilmar is an Asylum to which they repair from the cares a id toils of life reminding them of rest reserved in heaven it unites them in efforts of Faith arid whet i once or its Altai ment. Eurth has no holier spot than a thus sanctified by tile voice of supplication and thanksgiving consecrates every Day where the word of cod is devotedly read and Young and old unite to show Forth ail 7 an i m poster a fellow by the name of Mott came into Jackson Tioga co. A. Satire time last Spring having Cre Deal iils As a Provert to have been forged since arrival in said township be has Beeb Lleve 7 quietly and prudently de its inmates Are Rich Iri Faith and Joy i camped whither we know not. To Ous in the holy ghost. Sickness enter it j the Public with any farther in it it comes like an Angel of pc Cej and mercy. Courier. Following statistics will show tiie Gratifying results of missionary la during in last tour years a lilo of Sandwich islands. In the printing department i lines inserts pages were printed during the Veur ending april 1st, 1841. This includes j Ture. I Hore have been about 5j books education is making . Is we in Juji full. Fer the number of scholars Utton Dinar school and from the fact that 2h school houses have been built during the last year. There pfc ji7 Conan position we copy a description of his person. He is 2s or 30 years of age 5 feet1 High straight Flack hair and Black lost one Rwjr two fore Teeth in the places of he some false he now the cloak 3f a hypocrite but it ought to he changed of Lar and juju fewer has it Fine chapter against schools taught by5 "5 teachers Ami containing Nony Nious sch Ibling. Ice Coj Sid 034 scholars. A Stone Clerch 120 feet by has i Worth by t not Icoria going to kick been Linin cd at Kealakekua. Beno Volent contributions by the natives have amounted 86. I he present number of members of the Church is of habitual hearers on the Sabbath 000. Fried c0ci7mberts. Pare off the Rind then Cut the Cucumber into slices Lengthwise dust either Side of those slices with Corn meal or wheat flour Pepper and Salt therry to please your taste this done Fly them Broin and you will have one of the most delicious dishes that you can imagine combining in their flavor those of the Oyster Plant Atid egg Plant. Of their healthiness thus cooked there can be no question and their palatable Ness it is Only necessary that you try them to say with us that they Are exquisite. The above we copy from some one of tour Exchange papers the name of which has escaped we give it As we find it. Democratic a let Ter addressed to the committee of arrangement of the democratic Celebration on the 4th ult., in Philadelphia general John Davis a Plain practical Pennsylvania Farmer a trite Republican and one of the soundest thinkers of the Day has Given a Short but comprehensive exposition of democratic doctrine. He says the Charm of the Money Power being broken it is important that the democracy of the country should take a bold and Independent stand in favor of those principles that Are alone calculated to perpetuate the blessings of free government to themselves and posterity no National Bank or Mammoth corporation of any kind not even to manage Pur and thereby dictate to our legislature and flood the state with Shi plasters. An Independent Treasury or entire separation of the government from the Banks arid Cash duties paid in hard Money to secure the people specie circulation and prevent foreigners trading on our credit to the injury of our manufacturers. No paper issues either by Tho general or state government a circulation to depreciate upon the hands of the holders and cheat the labourer out of his honest earnings. Economy upon our Public works with competent and honest officers to manage them no More speculation or speculation Bat Suita ble Laws to punish both. A sound banking system no Bank to be tolerated that will not redeem All her issues in Gold and Silver. No repudiation or refusal to pay honest debts fairly contracted to become a Bye word or a reproach amongst honest men what will our Money Worth when on characters Are gone what a deep mortification it is to every High minded pennsylvanian even to contemplate such a state of things. Honest and faithful such As will Parry out in practice what they profess Defore election. Permit me to give you following senti ment a sound Silver and the Way to build a Republic Ohio though not half a Century has More collegiate institutions than any other stale in the Union. Miami uni Oxford founded in 1809, is the Par ent institution and for twelve years was the Only Olne in the slate next came the University of at Athens in 1821 then followed Frank Lin at new Athens Western Reserve College at Hudson Keyon College at Gambier College it. Granville Marietta College it Marietta Oberlin Institute at obit a Cincinnati do and still another is about o he established at Miles North of Columbus. This is within one of As Many a there Are in All Newl England. Isor the r tin who attack s a theft under cover of an Anonymous signature is dastardly a. A were Fie not a Craven a Ico it Diorite Over Lignante liar cur. Name. Ivere he not a base wait id make his charge s against those he accuses a scamp is he who assails the object of his malice general charges sly Niue Kidoes obscure such a liar is the liitle Black hearted scoundrel Vuht lets Fly his Enven from behind the ambush of an Anonymous signature. A Snaith. Of governors and the in a King sent gov. Jarnold to gov. Hubbard to take gov. Dorr but gov. Hub Bard told gov. Arnold to Tell gov. King that he gov. Hubbard would not Dorr for me gratification of gov. King As he gov. Hubbard did no t think that he get. Governor after therefore had no to Send a governor to a governor for a governor. An extraordinary Case. The Lexington by intelligencer of the 22 d ult. Publishes the Fol lowing extract from the letter of a physician a Distant county of Lias this state been attentive to establishing these higher seminaries merely. There Are about so academics and grammar schools1 with nearly to m _ 000 stud etis and primary and common schools comp pupils of whom Are Lohi s Friend in thai City Mil bul Eicr and , re in this be of extraordinary cases that ins Twy gives int a run Iii i a. Out Pili Chi a Young in Tui. J4 25 yearn who i Ibec a to a of Al most Alt the joints Tiel origin g to the human , Ever no to Rio tent i no abut Astall commented educated at Public charge Lis is the Way to train up an Active and intelligent population who shall give a High and Noble character to the Stafe and make its name famous and respected through out the land. What s in a George Washington Napoleon Jackson Hanni bal Harrison Tell Josephine Cleopatra Matilda Victorn to bring up the Slop yes a n and Don t let to catch you playing with that Jack How of ten have i told you never to play with a boy had but two names and particularly such a vulgar name As whew . James says the Tongue of youth and Friendly so iinds to the Chr of sickness and age must be the last the brightest the Sweet est of All things which can smooth the soul s passage to eternity ingenuity Wilh the Good Lead to for tune with the bad to the Gallows. J months of and there were Tanyen from her Mouth some 24 or 25 tones of various sizes and shapes after which she appeared partially to gain her health but within the last forty Days drs. G-., a fan from the nose and Throat left Arm Side and All the May Dion to the foot Bones amounting Alt during her last illness to 132. On e thing is very remarkable that Matler these Bones present themselves not a drop of blood follows to is lodgement from any part of the body. The Young lady possesses cheerfulness of Iii acuity amidst All her sufferings appears to entertain no doubt had we eyes Sharp enough we could see the arrows of death july ing in All and account it a wonder that it and our friends escape it a single Day. Somebody once remarked that an englishman is never Chappy but Evhen he is miserable the scotch Man is never at Home but when he is abroad and the irishman never at peace but when he is fighting. Ine spa Fer
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