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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 15, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaAnd consented to slay and lunch with us. When he spoke Othis course to heat i , i if i hey expected of play in this Village adding that u w is too poor a place to Hope for much encouragement. Or Fleeten laughed and we will act a piece or so but it shall be without Jmary was delighted hear the had Al she Sard to tee a play. She told the news to Jenny who just then came in with the tray of refresh have Many actors in your com or. Asked Mary j be replied Onuf a gentleman and his they Are both excellent per looked unusually grave. As let Down the things on the table she Allied looking towards Fleetman and you sir Are you going to per i thought thera was some sadness in her voice. The Young seemed to think so too. He did not answer for a moment then stepping near to her he almost in a whisper that dear miss Jenny depends upon my daughter looked Dowland blushed deeply but made no and i confess i was rather at a loss to know what he meant. Indeed the embarrassment seemed general till Mary put an end to it by some sprightly a Mark and we my Down to table. Fleet Man poured out some wine and asked my eldest daughter to Drizik with him. She did so and he seemed at once to Viva cite. When he Rose from the table our guest went to the and asked Many question about Little Alfred. I related the Circum stances of my singular new year s pres ent and my vain conjectures As to who had Bent it i can give you some information respecting said he. The new year s present come from from exclaimed i and the in a breath. Yes from me and now my dear Friend it is time to let you into the mystery. 1 am no comedian but a bar Onet and my name is Cecil Fayr Foid. My sister and myself have been Long kept wrongfully from the estate we inherited from our late father by an Uncle who made some difficulty about the will and involved us in a lawsuit. We have lived till very recently on a Little property left us by our Mother. My sister suffered much from the tyranny of my Uncle who was our guar Dian. He had promised her in marriage to one of his friends whereas she was betrothed to the son of lord san father meanwhile was Bent on forcing his son to wed a Rich heiress he had in View. The lovers persecuted As they were resolved on a private Union and shortly after their marriage was solemnized without the knowl Edge of either my Uncle or lord san Dom. Alfred is their son. My sister went under my Protection to reside in a country place where she could have the Benefit of sea bathing As her health was delicate. I engaged to provide for her infant s being taken care of. I heard you will wonder1 at this of the Christian Virtues of a certain vicar of Crek Elad virtue which shown in obscurity and poverty. I come thither with the express purpose of seeing and proving you. Will you Pirolo my stratagem t ascertained that i had not been deceived in your character and that i might safely Trust you with the care and education of my Little Nephew. Fortune look a turn sooner than we expected. My sister did not re turn to my Uncle s House but we shortly had the satisfaction of hearing that the suit was decided in our favor and we restored to our rightful Possession and within a few Days the news came that lord Sandom was dead. His son immediately made known his marriage and came to Claire his wife. There 19 Dow no need of keeping birth a secret. His parents have come to take him with them i have come to take you with meals if you have no objections. The situation of Rector of is in the gift of my family whose representative i am and it is now vacant. It is Worth two thousand pounds a year besides the tithes. You my dear Friend have lost your place. Will you take this and remove into our neighbor god alone knows what i feh at these at thus seeing a Field open for my labors with provisions so far beyond my necessities or merits. I Felt tears coming in my eyes and could Only Prus Benefactor s hand. Mary embraced me joyfully Jenney snatched the baronet s hand and kind it but he gone before we could find words to thank him. In Leas than half to hour he returned bringing with him lord Sandom and his lady Lovely Young creature vrho without heeding us ran to the Cradle where child Lay keeled Down and kissed fair checks and wept tears of deep emotion. Her husband raised her and begged her to be she then apologised to her Odd behaviour Anett flanked me Jost feel Iii by for the cite i had Foken. Turning to Mary her expressions of obligations but the live a girl disclaimed them and pointing to Jenny who food by the window said my sister there is the lady Sandom up to my eldest daughter and looked at her a Irio ment in silence then with a smiling glance at her brother she took Jenney s hand kindly. The poor girl seemed abashed at being the object of so much gratitude. I cannot thank said lady Sandom so warmly As a Mother s heart prompts me to but i Wuh Lovay Jeaney that you would take me for a sister. Here is poor the baronet came nearer As she spoke will you not take pity on him and let me be really your Sis Jenny he is my father s not be unkind to him then if you knew How he loves the baronet took my daughter s hand and kissed it. She tried to draw it away. Will you make me Unap asked a. I shall be wretched without this Jenny suffered him to keep it and leading her to me the baronet asked me to receive and bless him As my son. My cried i Yon Are perhaps at this moment bewildered As i am. Collect yourself and answer As to a most solemn question. Can you love this Yonng Man consent not to wed him unless you can love Jenny could find no words to reply but the glances she gave the when i thus spoke and her trustful look towards me quite satisfied me that she thought him worthy of her affections and i invoked the Blessing of heaven upon their Union. The Delight of All parties and the childish glee of my youngest daughter in prospects of he approaching wedding i cannot attempt to describe nor my own feelings for the rest of the my heart is too full of happiness. I Hope in a Day or two to be in a More Serene Frame of mind. Pure morality is to every one his sight and Seekin of from the new Era the american Flag. Fling out the no icon stripes and stare the glorious sunward of the free the Banner borne through Freedom s the hallowed Gem of Liberty. Ori Mountain Valley wherever dwell the free and Brave wherever Freedom s martyrs sleep Columbia s Flag must freely wave. Raise High the Bright auspicious Flag from every height and lonely Glen in Forest jutting afar amongst the haunts of men that sparkling Banner a Lily Flung shall freely wave o or land and seat and freedoms anthems sweetly Sung shall swell our country s Jubilee. Of let the world that Flag behold that Emblem of the Brave and free the Bright Crown of streaming Gold that decks the goddess Liberty spread out Ita folds 111 heavens dome reverberate the holy sound that All oppressed have found a Home on freedoms consecrated ground. Unfurl that spangled Flag of wars. And let it float along the skies until a Freeman s bleeding scars shall bid an angry nation Rise. Then let its gorgeous folds bedazzled hosts to Batt e driven. Till Victory s Eagle proudly holds the a Htseng Ensign up to heaven. Fling out our country s Banner our Ems Lamarc starry our Union never shall dive while floats that Silken diadem. Year after year its Brilliant stars shall indicate the strength or All let All beware of civil wars. That of fall. A Mother s lesson. Child Mother i want a cake. Hav it got any it s All gone. Child i know there s some up in the cupboard i saw it when you opened the door. You Don t need any cake hurts children. It Don thinning i do want a piece Mother May it i have a piece to t can t get up now i m Busy. Want a piece of cake. Hastily and reach ing a piece there take that and hold your Tongue eat it up i hear Ben coming. Now Don t Tell Ben you be had any. Ben enters have had n piece of cake you can t have any. I will Mother give to a piece. In it seems As if t never could keep a bit of anything in the House. You see sir if you get any More. Another room had a piece of cake younger i want some too. You bawl and Mother will give you a piece i did so should be assessed at the election. Look examine the tax list of your township. This gentleman has says Complete list of acts. Passed at the lit session i from present or. Tyler As pursuing an inconsistent coarse. The would place no Relia Noj ii Jar swing s United states. J present Leaston of Congress an Ajoan not ing the sum of Tuveve millions of Dol Lars. An act for Tho Relief of mrs. Harri son widow of the late president of the a the i imperfect Retiro Tok r. I we Are enabled to Lay before el1 it Fly to Day Saya the Bay has taken place in the the Tioga. Eagle. Ment surf a Man who reveals Cabinet an appropriation for the old Cumberland m the which gav8 Jackso democratic Republican candidate for governor Gen. Davjd. Porter. Tioga county nomination. W a. jul Llie it swets is not to a because pay subsistence of a Home squad new England has been or e was one who was concerned in the great Ron. From the embraces of a 4. Because in the wednesday september 92, of imposture practice at the last prel act making further provisions key senators by because a Man eager for for the pauper Luna Wash it fro a favorite scheme is very Apt to construe what tics the District of Columbia or i Farmers and fan equally is said favouring it More strongly than it really t0 Ltd in the s g y Van n Wariy Foroe for ten yes entitled an act40incorporate the Mechanic Relief not big was committed to Goliet of and Bence mistakes would for Assembly Daniel Sherwood. County Trett surer Robert to. White. Commissioner marions w. Stall. For auditor Samuel it. Knox. For Coroner Josiah our acknowledgements Are one to messes. Wright Buchanan and Sturgeon of the uni Ted states Senate for their kind attention Der ing the recent session of Congress. As id the Campaign i Mehio society of Alexandria. Ine Fairfield to l. B. Natural. Act to repeal the act entitled an present incumbent from the if the Cabinet desired s a Proba act to provide for the Safe believed that wet Tion free of Misc inception they should have keeping Transfer and disbursement of Alao elected on senators in Lincoln submitted their project in writing for his Deli Public and to provide berate Sanction. And 5. Because he would for the punishment of embezzler of place Little Confidence in any of those who pubic Money and for other purposes. Would be concerned in a scheme such As the _ an act to provide for the payment Bank Bill evidently was to impose on the president or the people or both by a Bill pretend ing to authorise Only a Trade in Exchange but artfully so contrived As to give the substantial _ Umlor Lyle Power of making local the state for locating Virginia military land the towns heard from Are As flow ments of tricksters Ara never to be relied warrants and returning surveys thereon in 111 towns Democrat to the general land office. 72 no Choice in 5. Some men seem to think that they have a an act to authorize the recovery of. Of Bennington saturday we have returns from 188 town the us in that there is no election of an act further to extend the time and Lieut. Governor by Thep Eoj. Land heard from Are As f aet to establish a uniform sys Congress adjourned in monday the 13th inst. A Complete list of acts passed during the session May be found in another column. Some men seem to think that they have a act to authorize the recovery of i0ivr right to office the people at Large will the fir 8s and incurred to e charter Laws and ordinances of in these towns on the vote for go dissolution of the Tyler s Cabinet dissolved on saturday the Lith the members having resigned at that time except or Webster who still retains place. He does not appear u think there any cause for the resignation of the the Cabinet and censures in an indirect manner As May be seen by his latter in another column his late colleagues for the course which they have taken. The cause of these resignations we presume to All Viz the disagree ment of the president with the members of Bis Cabinet on the currency question. The breaking up of the Cabinet has caused a great sensation in the whig Camp. Many of the whig Are severe in their remarks upon the course of the president in refusing his assent to the fiscal corporation Bill charging him of not Only disappointing and distracting the party which elevated him to Power but acting contrary to his own expressed views on the subject and of having changed his opinion in thereto More than once even since the meeting of Congress. The following Are the names of the Mem Bers of the new Cabinet All of whom May be set Down As rather of the conservative Erder Wal Tab Forward Secretary of the trea sury. John Mclean Secretary of War. A. P. Upshur Secretary of Navy. Charles a. Wickliffe of Kentucky Post master general. Hugh s. Leg Abe attorney general. It or no and if they Are not nominated by a party convention they consider it just and pro that their demo of the an act to Charters of certain Hanks in the Dis Hutchison lab discarded. Uhu10. In Aries 0, Cemin banfc., la the our strength in the House lat Tracy is one of dollars and not one of Princile strict of Columbia. Year was about 45. From towns heart pies. The influence of such politicians Tenc e an act in addition to an act entitled have already 72. Both Branch to put the interests and wishes of the few an act to carry into effect a convenes Wili be whig and if they i above the Many. Such democrats should be Tion Between the United states and the 8n.ould Paine my opinion is j mexican Republic. Greatly Dis Fleet a great portion a an act to Amend the act entitled their 8wn party. Graham one a but provide for the sixth Cen of the . Commissioners to Survey and obtain 8us or of the inhabitants will be seen by the subjoined informal Ion in respect to the n e bound and United approved holds on to the flesh pots of Egypt line denies the statement made in the Wenj j j thousand eight Hun with desperation. Or Webster cannot Stock n. A Short time sine. And he acts sufficient Eason Why his colleagues say sign. Daniel it would seem Dee. Not Wam tit a an act making an appropriation for see myself nor any of my officer had re the funeral expels of William Hen Cei Ved any intimation of the existence of an excite by Harrison deceased late president we Hington sept 13 1841 ment m the Vicinity of our arising from of the United states. To gales seat. Our wet Alfided to in the an act to appropriate the proceeds so ml8apprehensi the newspapers of our own country nor has Vio of the sales of the Public lands and to led me to differ from the Lence Everbeck offered m opposition to them. On rights. Late colleagues i wish to say that i rent Ion the contrary we have generally met with i an making various appropriations a p Ace. First because i have Stenno Jeff. Trea inert from her a tannic Mai est s for various fortifications for ordnance for the dissolution of the late a j to j a the voluntary acts of its own Are. Near the line of exploration and the. Same t 1 u and Bers. 8ame Indian hostilities. I am perfectly persuaded of the an act to provide for placing Green of an institution under Theau Tomij Ough s statute of Washington in the Revenue and financial Opo rations and to give the country the Blum Gilf Sam disposition has a Way been manifested toward them m Haalan .f.f. Vougn s 81311116 of Washington m the a of youth my unsocial Opo. Necessary to Marketh l ses therel notwithstanding what has passed 1 i Nawoj b h 8tatlons have Des Ahart authorizing the transmission Confidence that the president will co opera y the words a. S. A Sparte of letters and packets to and from mrs Wilh the legislature in overcoming All Dif fica with the Date added. Harrison free of postage. Lei of these of Cuci i is to the Union of the White whirl a in e v i the whole party Poffi Dpi items in journal of the Post office department. Whig Congress and the whig people ii Commerce says. There was never a belter state an act making an appropriation for f for a realization of our wishes. I was of bus mess in new York take it a m All than sex the poll Cham of naval ordnance and its at the present moment. Ordnance stores and for other purpose the Good state of business a that great , a making appropriations for and affording him look no where else. S act ranking appropriations Tor Ano Attardi or. Bolts of Virginia intimated in a recent results n part from the sound state of the outfits and salaries of diplomatic agents which he letter which he intended for an intimate Friend from wholesome Laws and the and for other purposes. But unfortunately for the writer it was direct select the the delicate i de in a mistake to Richmond Coffee House that the whig members of Congress intended to head capt. Tyler meaning the Deal. Bat or Tyler it seems has headed the whigs by vetoing their last Gull fiscal corporation the National Bank question is not Only headed tins time but firmly the whigs and their presses keep harping upon the old decision of the supreme court respecting the constitutionality of a National Bank. Now it happens that the supreme court has never yet decided that such an institution is constitutional. What the court Haa said 13 that if Congress and the legislature judge it to be necessary m or Der to carry on the fiscal concerns of the administration then it is constitutional establish now the whigs themselves generally do not pretend that the Bank is constitutional under the decision of the court. They do not pretend to believe that the government cannot manage its fiscal affairs without a National this is not the ground on which they advocate it. They advocate it on the ground that it will equalize exchanges and give is Bank notes that will circulate Over the Union. The supreme court has never said that the National government can adopt Law or make a Bank for this purpose. Ground taken by or Tyler and by the democrats generally is no ways inconsistent with the decision of the supreme court. That court says Congress and the president May establish a Bank if they believe that the fiscal affairs of the Treasury cannot be conducted with out one. Tha democrats in Congress say we believe those affairs can be conducted without a National Bank. So says or the trial of Alexander Mcleod will com Mence at Utica n. Y., on monday Tho 27th inst. The earliest information shall be Given of the result absence of any great important affairs now pending in this an act to provide for Repar ipg the Tam. Gentleman Potomac Bridge. 3ct relations to duties servant. The land Sill recently passed by Congress at 3ct relations to duties on draw provides for the dist Button of the proceeds from the a sales of Public lands among the several states a part " eth met. Property of representative Inere is also a inserted by Way of passed july 7, 1838. That if at any time the duties on import shall exceed 20 per. Cent and Valorme As con Daniel wkbst8r married in this Borough on thursday the 16th Insi Wellsboro to miss daughter of j ver Willard of Charleston Tioga co. A. J323 or. Brandreth wishes a joint resolutions. R por a exceed 20 per. Cent and Valorme As con a. Resolution relating to the Light kind to consider this truth that tempi ated by the Compromise act of then the doat8 now stationed at Sandy Hook solely depends on the state of Pun Yew present act shall be aut Pended and shall so Cotin and reef. Which the blood is kept every part of present act shall be aut Pended and shall so continue until the cause of suspension shall be remove a be. A Resolution for the distribution of the Beins supplied with new blood from the food consumed come e cause o suspension shall be remove a on o of course Render the Bill a nullity i seven Hundred of the digest of blood from the food consumed come i 6 Quentlyn according to up Renolf. Hensto t the a to vide f

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