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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 11, 1839, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaT1 Adrance or 5o within the year. , in 11, 1839. The tic a each the Tioga Eagle is pub Jip led every Wedgie Day in the Borough of Ojel Borough Tioga co. The subscription Pri e is a year if paid in Advance or f not paid 1 nil the expiration of the year. No subscription received for period than six months nor will any paper be disco no unused until All arrearage Are paid jut at the 1 option of the publisher. Advertisements making not Mare to an a quor will be inserted three limes for one d Illah and fur every subsequent insertion Wenli five cents. Larger advertisements charged in la same pro portion. To Mac exceeding six urns will be charged As a and thuse making six lines or , three seemly five Centt of a cent Ifor every Feime after. The Chat be Forone or three i Snerl the same. .1 Liberal reduction to those who advertise by the year. 6 letters relative to the business of the office and communications for per must be Post paid or they will not be a tended to. J agents for the Eagle i subscribers to Iney for printing 4 c. 4-c., left with the of Uomini gentle men will be pro aptly attended to j. C. Knox assistant Post i master Lawrence Villa Tioga county a. J. G. Spencer p.jvi., Spencerville Tioga county a. Johst w. Tioga Vil Lage Tioga county a. C. B0tterworth, p. 1 i. Coil Der sport Potter county a. Jos. P. Morris p. M., Tioga co. A. If 3b i Way for Libert by j. Montgomery. On the exploit of Arnold Winkelreid it the Bat the of scam Pach at which the Swiss i Hting for Independence totally Defeated the Aubin ios in the 14th Century. Make Way for cried make w a Tor and died in arms the Phalanx stood a living Wall a human Wood opposed to thebe a hovering band. Contending for their native land. And now the work of life and deaths Hung on the passing of a breath the fire of conflict Burnt within the Battle trembled to begin yet while the Aust rams held their g found Point for attack was no where Folind Vav Here i r the impatient Switzer gaze i the unbroken line of lancers Blaich that line there suicide to meet and perish at their rants feet. It did depend on one indeed behold Winkelreid their sounds not to the Trump of fan e the Echo of a nobler name. Vanmark d he stood among the Thron in rumination deep and Long till you might Sudej with sudden Grac the very thought Como o or his face and by the motion of his form anticipate the bursting storm and by the lifting of his brow written for Thi Tioga Eagle. I the seducer. On the margin of a Beautiful Stream about six leagues from the Noble City of l stood lonely yet cheerful cottage of Ronald Grey. He had in his youth a Soldier and having served his country Long and faithfully had retired of this Beautiful spot to in Josp the society1 of his Lovely wife and thus pass As he supposed the remain Der of his life in uninterrupted Happi Ness. Yes blessed As he was vim file enjoy ing the affect Morrato caresses of his wife and the Sweet and endearing Embra Ces of their Beautiful child he imagined that sorrow could never find her Way into his peaceful dwelling. This child whose name was Alice was1 the Pride of both parents and to her they looked Forward As Tihe Solace of their declining years. As Thyi watched with a Zeal Ous Eye her Progress from childhood to youth they Eairly discovered Peculiar traits in her disposition and charac Ter which would in sure her the esteem and admiration of All with whom she acquaintance. At the age of twelve she was sent to a boarding school to finish her education which had been commenced under the imme Diate superintendence of her Mother. At fifteen she returned to her dear Home rendered still dearer to her by returning he said that he had nearly forgotten to mention that the same jacket of letters brought him a sudden focal to la which admitted of n9 but he a should improve the disagreeable necessity by preparing a Cluse for his Lovely Bride who he f to Jirim in his return which he being so separated for pin those she by Overl. She Hadj during lid Friend a Cap Ali so ardentry stay sell Jol formed an acquaintance with a you g lady of Superior Fortune and with v Horn she had Beeh very in tirante in i Hort she become Lier Dearest Friend. A the Earnest entreaty of Thi e once More forsook Hei Tell where the Bolt would strike an but twas no sooner thought than d the Field was in a moment won i make Way for Liberty " he cried then ran with arms wide As if his Dearest Friend to clasp then Spears he swept within his Grai p. Make Way for their keen Points meet from Side he bowed among them like a tree and thus made Way for Liberty Swift to the Beach his comrades Fly make Way for they cry. And through the austrian Phalanx As rushed the Spear through Arnold tule instantaneous As his fall Hout my panic scattered All an earthquake could not overthrow a City with a surer blow. Thus Switzerland free thus death made Way for Liberty remember a til allegory illustrating the Pover of the King Solomon was Wal is Garden with an attendant w in alarm Solomon the f that being affright me i Pra t thee and me to the father most Mour Tajn of Ndia the King in his capacity of complied attendant Van shed. The stranger j came Solomon Whai was the h Here my Erica he was t seek i on the farthest Mountain of India. Angel of replied Solo non thou Wilt find Tauti Ting in 10 sex sight p and t Man Fher Ful Hughie and dear parents tos Penc the n inter it Egerton Hall. It was Fotij Waltl Grey was first to taste jibe by Lap cup of sorrow. From the parted with their a feeling rankled at1 their hearts Vahi Ermade them almost repent their act. Had committed her to one whom they knew to be surrounded by All the allurements which wealth could Supply or fancy dictate yet hav ing Early instilled into her unsophisticated mind principles which were too Strong to be easily corrupted with an Intercourse with the world they hoped that in so doing they should hut pro Mote her happiness. I1 she was now sixteen years of Page handsome amiable and Well versed in Many elegant accomplishments. In several of her letters she had mentioned one Horace Young Geithle Man of very pleasing manners and per son and at length in a letter enclosing one for himself requesting their Sanc Tion to his addresses she decided preference for the agreeable stranger. Her father on receiving this went to bring her Home and Ori idling introduced to or. Stanley Wasj so charmed with his appearance and conversation that without due ref feb Tion he gave his unqualified consent. E As so in As Alice wept bitterly at parting with him Hue lightly Kis sift away her Teja is and promising to Wije by the first Eon Veanee he depart 3d. Days weeks months rolled letters no news of Stanley. Alice s Pale Cheek became paler than every but strove to con ceal her anguish always spoke cheerfully of jigs return and of the Many letters whith must have been she yet exchanged visits Friend soph1 a Tyg Ron and Dee if that Lovely girl sympathise in he distress. It was pm his Way to Taki her Home from one of these visits that her father called at the Public House pot far from the Hall. He the House where sat a a group of gentle men who went on conversing freely without noticing him but a few words from one of them inst Kintly chained his attention. So Benson you Are re turned from your Tell us Sofhie what you saw there Anil what All of Pray Ben interrupted another did you Dine often with our acquaintance and Boon companion Hoji Stanley who was so profuse in his invitations to of no replied the did not see Horace Stanley for no such person Ever existed but i did often see though he pretended not to recognise me the notorious Orriton. Who i am credibly informed is As arrant a scoundrel As Ever lived Why i am told that i have lift i where he Rad Nuss so much mis to remove As far As pos mar associations he de be of All his remain in Ive his country for t continent this Sale though at Grea Adieu to their once delightful abode very Money with dashing away Here Vav Fortune of a charming v whom he had persuade j to bestow it on him with her hand ii that having spent it All her and her Tavvo Chih l with poverty Nehile he dissolute companions. Resumed the first speaker was not that the same who use the Lovely miss Giey 1 to flutter about is Winter when staying with the Egerton replied Benson in an under tone not one. Word the horror strike fax hear too of his to be a and Oyster Man like a priest poor girl into a Shamyra Arriago and satisfy her friends As to intentions and which he is a part off the Ornan in l marriage and he now leaves in to struggle riots among his of which escaped her and raid on y in pretending dressing up an to beguile the of another Are a infer speaker the us a respectable and ancient Doub leis returned Jse Nhon they Are unexceptionable in Vecty respect their Ico ins up Poth of left More o loj Ige known add. Ronald Bear the so much Ili App and fishing Ible from Torl or mined to dts g property 4 e wilds of th4 Laving Asente d loss they bad set out upon tin Irney. On the Road they they at d of lib urch aset ind inh ullage a where live a Sec idea is blessed 1 a. Cheaply Jund. The id a cottage ailing wit Hoar that the n their be t before ii it account Christi should Rcd Alic include f startle a Rit in he con inked Eer for a Long tame included to of the death of Al scorned by retry and misery. T the wicked Are Selc of left Upun r melancholy endured Many length reached try and hav a Small lot o bit ants of the isted them to hey continue religious life i patience the in permit cd to in must give a or rather Dor his diabolical he at length hear a and being All he died in so then it is led. 3elmar aug. 1833. Battle of to from Napier s disposition of the soon completed. Ruffi the extreme the Valley and Movi lie Mountain to to Willatte s orders Over Conte med Heights with guard the Valley cd being s rent he Tali n of grenadiers Fin s movement with to we tacit hoi tall Bri at port a he Milf Prtune is Only t to them lately cast Cruh n. I after him. Back sively lat this fellow i was Himoff entirely i if in vain tried to re claim Grey heard no More it la i h is chair and groaned Consul he soon re covered How id repaired to t Seal was affixed to the letter and when he observed that the name of St Finley blotted As if erased or re written the latter gaily replied that though my rely was a Good fellow yet he Nei Vel could spell a name right and most probably he was talking to h is partner Seward at the Sayi in this he left the House laughing and to his dog him to the River. On a. Hall where he fou cd his daughter awaiting him 4 they immediately set out upon their return pome. Suty wis the effect of Thip Day s excitement that Ronald was sized with a raging fever which continued for a few with Una bating fury. But he at length recovered and his wife now earnestly entreated him to Tell her the cause of his unhappiness accordingly one Nischt after Alice had retired to rest he communicated to his wife All that he had and concluded thus Volji my wife though mis Fortu Najand troubles beset our path no inf imy can attach itself to our poor deceived never let her know the extent of her misery my loved she will at last s impose her Hus band dead 4 she will live with us and be a Comfort to our old the partition was Thui and though they ived supposed she was asleep a Wilu shriek from her room instantly told them she had heard All. They Frew to her bed found her in Strong and frightful convulsions every remedy was tried every Effort w As in vain. She died to a night in the firm belie that she was of Flo thing her Hus band to the grave foe a happily she had heard Only the latter part of her the us soil Avera. French were s division in on stained to Cross by the foot n the British to menace tie be with a Bat Pine died supported 1 res ilrqgoons., and b was instructed to rout o f the English with half his infant Brooke i division connecting its attack mounted the Hill and made ird Effort to Mailer hat important Ere left on the Vera to in keep but the rest brought into a was o As so a Irvyll a cavalry Milhaud s dragoons n Road Tal spaniards in Crecli of the heavy cavalry a Centre behind with the right fax the Bri part of the French Ligh Noria re h. N. K. The insane impetuosity of French sol Diers Clearing intersected ground in their front and falling upon campbell9 division with infinite fury but that general assisted by1 Mackenzie s Brig Ade and by two Spanish battalions withstood their utmost efforts. The English regiments putting he French skirmishers aside met the advancing columns with loud shouts ind. Break ing in on their front and lapping their flanks with fire and giving no respite pushing them Back with terrible carnage. Ten guns were taken but Asl prudently resolved not to Campbell break his instantly the line by the frenc i instantly rallied on the rapport and i de head for another attack the British artillery and and musketry played vehemently jul on their masses a san Nish cavalry regiment charged their flank and they retired in disorder thus Ttye Victory secured in that Quarter. R but while this was passer g on the right Villotti s division in needed by tic grenadiers and supported by two regiments of Light cavalry was seen advancing up the great Valley against the left and beyond Villatte s Ruffian was discovered marching towards the Mountain sir Arthur we in sly Irr brigade of at Latour Viau the ass the Ravine Centre and to upon Ishur the Obe half Vith Villatte s mediately ordered Anson s cavalry composed of the to Jenty third Light dragoons and the first German Hus sars to charge the head of these column regiments coming o t at Ter and increasing their Speed As they advanced Rode headlong Agai is the or Emy but in a few moments ame upon the Bank Ofa hollow Cleft a which we not perceptible at a distance. The French infantry throwing them selves into squares opened their and co Arenschild commanding Hussar an officer whom forty years experience had made a master in his arts prompt 1 reined up at the Brink exclaiming i kill lit of the Jore prior and the out Over the Surl and o an boiled villus Lac s Bri Gad in the Valley Andja part remained n Reserve a turn bar of guns were distributed Amono turn bar of guns were dig the divisions but the or Mai cd on the Hill will Light cavalry where Al Bel Uno stationed Limsi of the fit corps. I rom nine o clock 1 the Field mount no was Bot wit the div intensely hot and i sides lout fear or Supsic r thirst at the ded father s narration conscious of the was therefore extent of her in per Reader was not this trouble of yes it was sorrow deep scathing sorrow hut the fair spirits were subdued and no murmur issued from Wei and Alor Ter the the ing o cd wer appearance of hostility n Reserve intuited among Sci pc mass re Jhc Reserve of i nut exc his broken of iras. "7 Ivill a Bun ment but in fro Twenty third the charms wis r Tible the English blood hot regiment plunged Down Cheek men and horses rolling other in dreadful confusion still untamed Mounter polite Barkby twos and to col. Seymour being severely major Ponsonby Soldier rallied All who came passing through the midst of columns poured in n each Side fell with i upon a brigade of Fren Speurs in the rear. The a Orrt Bat thai fierce but Short Victor had perceived the first Advance of the English and detached his polish if to West Philian Light hoist to the support of these fresh Troolis com inf up when the Twenty third already no. 4. With such a firm and regular Pace that the Forward movement of the French was checked. The guards and the Ger mans immediately rallied a brigade of Light cavalry came up from the second line a Trot the artillery battered the enemy s flanks without intermission the French lost their Adan Tnge and tote u in a Julio it l i i s one critical and decisive i Zinent h will give the Victory to to Ghec Lal knows How to seize it. The gift made their , Arthur foreseeing the Issue of it had ordered the forty eighth n from the Hill although a rough b title was go ing on there and at the Sai u. Time he directed Cotton s Light cavalry to and Vance. The a dispositions the Day. The French relaxed their by degrees the of the in Glosli grew hotter and their loud and confident shouts sure augury of Success were head along the whole line. In the Handi of a Vicat general Josh n guard land the Reserve which were yet entire might have restored the combat but All combination was at end on the French Side the fourth corps beaten ack on the left with loss of in gun was in uie troops n the g cat Valley on the right amazed at to finious charge of the Twenty third and awed by the of four distinct lines of cavalry still in Reserve stationary no impression had been Nade on the Hill Lavisse was mortally wounded his division gave Vay and the whole army retired o their posh on from whence it had k scented to the attack. This Intro Grnde mov mint was covered by Skir 1 is and an inn easing file of Artil i i Ted toil the uces Ivo Iwider a Hardi up Lane Illa the lire Frorer i hic Vio sch u Mati 1 i i i i in ill 1 Irrma a i id a k it Foj to. Each i 1 i cd d to less f up Mish i n i Ion 1 u is e to Ilion 11 tie is and Riold up by broke. Dul tire Cluj of the inc Uyuki in the afternoon the French sold jars e seen to gather Roun 1 their eagles the rolling of Druer f were heard the Whol Pline. Malf Arl hour la the King s guard sol fourth corps we ref in Tref the King up to join the first coi psf cd the table land an on the French right eve i j covered with masses. At this reds of English Rry the wounded to Hun to c Turt Jed in one body an French supposed to Witkon s corps joining the of troops on Jand a quench Bop of which at pne o Dlobik e Reserve and scribed near March anti at two the height to the Valley Ark and Low Momert some the Efth arrangements were now Eless the Duke of Jiji Luno whose Gav Lem who Violi the signal for and eighty pieces of artillery imm jest of bullets before coming on with the Anceo Rahail rear re were by the sir Robert he army Nev completed c lately sent a the Light troops swiftness and were closely followed by the to e Ardai Black col Mensi in the majesty of War. Sir Arthur Wellesley from the sum Mit of the Hill had a Clear View of the whole Field of Battle and first he saw corps Rushing Forward with Over matched could scarcely a inst the Chasseur a them. Those who were not killed 01 taken made for Bas Seeona s Spanish division and so two Hundred and seven men and or about half the number that went into action. During this time the Hill the key of the position was again attacked Apil Lavisse crossing the Ravine pressed hard upon the English Centre plus own or Tilicky aided by the great Battery fight opened Large Gips in Sher i Brooke s ranks and the French columns came close up to the British line in thei Resolution to win but they were re a Cei Ved with a general discharge of All arms and so vigorously encountered hat they gave Back in disorder. Ler the excitement of the moment the of English guards quitting the me followed up their Success Vith in consider at when the to Ems s columns and their Dragoon so advanced the men who had been re mixed burned again and the heavy French batteries pounded the flank and Ron to of the guards. This maltreated the latter Dre w Back ind at he same time the German be Ion being sorely pressed got into confusion. At this moment although Dill s and Campbell s divisions on he it remedies of the line held fist the in Tref the British was absolutely broken and the Fortune of the Day seem to incline in favor of the Ffrench Hen suddenly col. Donallan. With forty eighth regiment was seen and an chg through the midst of the dior Jered masses. A first it seemed As if is. Regiment must be parried away by in retiring crowds but Wheeling Back if companies it let them pass through in intervals and then resuming its proud and Beautiful line marched inst the right of the pursuing col inns and plied them with such a de _ _ _ in i v 1 o1 ii Nii of the Moi nip. I t the scarcely Over when t if dry shrubs taking Fite. A v of ire of Al Imes passed with inconceivable rapidity a part of tie Field. In its course both the dead and the de. On the British Side two Gener als mackm7ie and thir to one officers of inferior rank and seven Hundred and sixty seven sergeants and soldiers a acre killed upon the spot three a Hundred and two thousand Sev Ejuind Eccl and eighteen sergeants and privates Wou Ulcej. Nine officers six Hundred and forty three sergeants and soldiers were missing making a total lots of six thousands two Hundred t id sixth eight in two Days fight ing of which five thousand four Hun dred and to Gnu Tavvo fell on the _ the French suffered More severely nine Hundred and forty four including two Aenene were killed six Linett four wounded one her did i Etui hey inc men and officers of four thou my were of Victor s corps ten were by gear Rel s division in a seven were left in the roads by the French. The Battle of Talavera u As one of hard honest fighting and the exceeding Gal Lantry the troops honoured the nations to which they belonged. The English owed much to the general s dispositions and something to Fortune the French owed nothing to their com Mander but when it is considered that Only the Reserve of their infantry were w withheld from the great attack on the 28th, and that consequently above thirty thousand men were closely and unsuccessfully engaged for three hours with sixteen thousand British to must be confessed that the latter proved them selves to be truly formidable soldiers yet the greatest part were raw men so lately drafted from the militia regi ments that Many of them still bore the number of their Formet regiment s on their accoutrements. Bloody Battle was fought on the 28th of jury ls09. Y a fashionable lady being asked How she liked the dinner Given her at a distinguished poet s House her reply was the dinner but my seat was so promote the pickled Cher Ries had Duch a defect on my Bead that i h id a a Tontino to leave the table but some Hartshorn re solved i water which for

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