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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - September 17, 1845, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaFifty Cento or an fifty cents deducted 4 j in and Are Tor t bet patient if Jayne s the. Most decided headache Gripina derangement of Tatj be above Medici Neil no. 20 South third e american sed As directed to other colors to of piles Are cause i Worms. Jayne t by Renovia a healthy Onei Tol Phthisic is caused i or mucus in 16 the passage of the bes. Jayne s exp instruction with ires disease q it is a pleasant and i monary affections 3 of Ayne j deed for their child res the Colic and Starwi Chind bowels is of thousands nol 10 of adults Proul train of i Fuge is the on restoration to to Ltd Tomsy and to remove tin try and effectually to pleases lung while at the ates them. To inserted for in scene m by k. s brow i Jav. V Glasgow july 19, 3 of Fobe ,17th of this month Embaye t at new Haven in the Steamer hammers from the unfinished Interior would be he Ard almost top to the Castle. We took places the same Day itt the coach ror on Lender m the do a Short fief became into a and in Barren 4alf Crest of the Ben Lomond loftier pepping. Over the a non the pulses of a child. Last watch of.njght., Gethsemane 119 Dalm a a nimble stillness and voice of h its bewildering sweetness met the ear m is disciples it vibrated on i Bihe first whisper in a sent world. Thu came on slowly. Saviour s heart and when the kindnesses Chis deep love were Felt the need or communion for his gift of strength by the spirit s weariness u. Ift Themi Bere and went a Little on ird id the depth of thai hushed silent Neas god he fell his face and his heart was broken with the Insh of his surpassing agony and a Fiat to i Rofio a dying universe was a whiter than the son of Roan could Bear he sorrow in the deep tint Avion Ofahl Stool breathed out the prayer father if it be possible with Inee it his cup Paw from of How a word like the forc d drop he lore the Fountain Breaks still eth the press of human agony i the Saviour Felt ils quiet in his soul j. And Iho Sirh his strength was weakness and the the Breckan of the scotch Wheatf the of i Broom flowered Gau Dily by the Road the a har Bells now in Bloom in Little companies to anguished by a Peculiar costume were swinging heavy with the rain on Beu stems. Crossing the Keith we found ourselves in Highland Village just before enter noted women who walk the streets of Edin Burgh Wicker baskets on their shoulders a Short Blue coat of parse cloth Hills which formed Rampart of Loch we and proceeded the men ther women on ponies through Law. On Snow Lucja us oui pc i o under the Basket Short Blue petticoats thick ing it we passed a throng of strapping lasses. Blue stockings and a White Cap. I was told descendants of a Little Flem ish Colony which ung ago settled at new Haven and that they Are celebrated for the who had just finished their daily task a a manufactory on the Keith and were return ing Home. Between Donne and Callander we passed the Woods of Cambus More full of i f to Delaware Satt of at 1 first excited but abroad r have Are Decter inf Delaware county to state of in a readiness and Point of their jokes which like Broad breeches which Delight in i those of their Sisters of Billingsgate Are not always of the most delicate kind. Several of these have been related to me but on run Ning them Over in my mind i find to my dismay that none of them will look Well on paper. The wit of the new Haven fishwives seems to me however like that of the Wes Tern Boatmen to consist merely in the ready application of quaint sayings that Are already current among which led him of till Letoai had anew no my w ill but thins be done of father 1" As he Pobe voices two heaven and music stole out rom the Chambe of the vaulted sky As if the stars were swept like instruments. No Cloud was visible but Radiant wings were coming with a Silvery Rush to Earth Aad As the Saviour Rose a glorious one Wilh an ill rain d forehead and the Light whose Fountain is the mystery of god _ churches Encarn d within his Eye Bow d Down to him ties towers an Nerv d him Witt a ministry of strength. It was with his godlike brow re written of his father s messenger with meekness whose divinity is More than Power and glory he return d again to his disciples and Awak d1 their sleep for he that should betray him was at hand. The Tena Cious Mountain soil of this District. This was the seat of a Friend of the Scott family and Here sir Walter in his youth passed Sev eral Summers and became familiar with the scenes of which he has so Well described Bis lady of the Lake. At Cal Lawler we Hai led for the night among a crowd of scotch English american and numerous than the inn at which we stopped could hold. I went out into the Street to get a the place but a genuine scotch Mist covering me with water soon compelled me to return. I heard the people a Broad shul dered Brawny race of Mien with red hair and beards talking to each other in through the fogs Only a glimpse of the sides which surround themselves. It was a occasional showers and sometimes a sprinkling of scotch i tried the Cabin but the air was Loo the steamboats in this but one deck and that deck has no shelter so i was Content to stand in the rain for the Sake of the air and scenery. After passing Anjal Atod the mountains and crags w or two the Frith which forms the Bay of de the Village. I Edinburgh contracts into tie River the next morning was uncommonly Bright we swept by country seats one of which was and Clear and we set out Early for the pros pointed out As the residence of the late do Achs. We now saw that the. Cau and another that of the Earl of Bander Lay under a dark the on the salts of and Cas Keith winding plea stantly some of then in and overlooked by the grand Summit ruins Ever since the time of John Knox and of Benu Ridi which rises to the height of three. Hills half seen in the fog until we came of thousand feet. A Short time brought us to grand where a swollen Why bled Down a prey Cascade into the we descended the we saw a Man and a woman As we passed stopped her work to beg and the children Chubby and came running give me a Penny to buy b at Inversnaid we embarked in a Steamboat which took us to Northern the Lake where it Narrows into a Channel like a River. Here to stopped to wait the arrival of a coach and in the meantime the j passengers had an hour to wander in the gras i by Valley of Glen Allock closed in by High mountains. I heard the Roar of Mountain streams and passing northward found my self in sight of two torrents one from the East and the other from Tho West Side of the Valley throwing themselves foaming and White from precipice to till their Waters which were gathered in the Summit of the reached the Meadows and stole through the grass to mingle with those of the Lake. The coach at length we were again taken on Board the Steamer and con t a f sequent in by an act of which most of them were Orogun prove to Bat Assembly passed tla8t Spring e g each Monarch s Over Egypt operation under h is and lower if not beyond and in re presumed that a o. The nature lation to this subjective gather the following of Ihla difficulties and some comments of their my Gidd offs new course. A moral Point of nut Ronsi Dedjed Egypt very j be useless. F i Peculiar country the quarries of different the originated facts de stood in reference to a holding perpetual leases of As it is in class of tenants weds of store lying at great distances from each other in distinctly localities. if you see a of Basalt on the of them or their predecessors upon condition or a paying a certain forever to the Lessee his heirs which rent has in the pro cond Cataract and when you find a Block of i Gress or time become very in Granite at Memphis you know Gram Tel Rison with the real annual value of the exists but at the first Cataract nearer than thus in fact the tenants Are substantial free the Peninsula of mount Sinai. Every Civili Holder who hold their farms in Zatio nand extended Domain is indicated in same Way a vast amount of Buding. Iota these facts and when we reflect upon them Are held in Philadelphia and other towns in we almost think we witness the work of Pennsylvania subject to a ground transportation going on that we the rent so Small that the interest the tenant builders and themselves in pro in the property is far greater than that Cess of erection. F landlord. Ther blocks of arabian Limestone used in a portion of these tenants have the Interior of the pyramids were brought anxious for to free their from 4he ancient quarries of torah on the together from Trie ground rent for stitch opposite Side of the Nile Distant about 15 or sensation As the tenants to ont reason Batrow. Gald Stewart Elgar the plundered eyed the whole in nth Lomond to its. Southern extremity. Of passed Island after Island one of which showed among its thick Trees the remains of erected and 20 Miles irom each. Pyramid quarries Are in the jiving Rock. _ might encamp Are adorned with now mutilated tablets ice cording spec live openings by. I Only show the very Beds Ous blocks of some of the pyramids were tar these very hence the tenants have seer fit re excavated i rious obstructions of Ion of the Retith with a View to landlords to a heft they deem the As it were excavated entire armies and u that of As As thew interesting facts. The population of the Arth is estimated at Ona thousand millions. Thirty millions die annually eighty two thousand daily three thousand four Hundred and Twenty one every hour and fifty seven every minute. A Bushel of wheat weighing 63 pounds contains kernels. The romans Lay on couches at their dining tables on their left Amis eating with their right. Noah s Ark was 546 English feet Long 91 Broad Anil 54 High. The Walls of Ninevah were 100 feet and thick enough for three chariots abreast. Babylon 60 Miles within the Walls which were 7j5 feet thick and 300 feet High. A Clem skin As necessary to health food. Vinegar boiled with myrrh or camphor Ziprin cled in a room corrects putrid Ity. Hops entwine to the left and Beans to the right. Gold May be beaten into leaves so thin that 280, 000 would be Only an Inch thick. The Earth is Miles in diameter and Miles round. Forests of standing Trees have been disco Vered in Yorkshire England and in Ireland imbedded in Stone. There is Iron enough in the blood of 42 men to make horse shoes each weigh in half a Pound. A Man is taller in the morning by half an Inch than he is at night. Water is ins Only Universal Medicine by it All diseases May be alleviated or cured. Polite to the Ochil mountains whose Rocky buttresses advanced from the Haze Al most to the River. Here in the windings of the Forth our Steamer went Many times backwards and forwards first towards the mountains and then towards the level country to the Sauth in almost parallel courses like the track of a ploughman in a Field. At length we passed a ruined Tower and some fragments of Massy Wall a Hijab once formed a part of Cambus Kenneth Abey seated on the Rich lands of the Forth for the monks in great Britain at least seem always to have chosen for the site of their monasteries the Banks of a Stream which would Supply them with Trout and Salmon for fridays. We were now in the presence of the Rocky Hills of Ster Ling with the town on its Declivity and the ancient Castle the residence of the former Kings of Scotland on its Summit. We went up through the Little town to the Castle which is still kept in perfect order and the ramparts of which frown As grimly Over the surrounding country As they did Cen Luries ago. No troops however Are now stationed Here a few old gunners alone remain and major somebody i forget his name takes his dinners banqueting sleeps in the bedchamber of the stuarts i wish i could communicate which this Castle and the surrounding Region made upon me with its vestiges of Power and magnificence and its present silence and desertion. The passages to the dungeons in which pined the victims of state in the very buildings where the court held its revels lie open and the in which princes and princesses were christened and worshipped and were crowned and wed is turned into an armory from its windows we Weie shown within the enclosure of the Castle a Green Knoll grazed by cattle where the disloyal Nobles of Scot i .1 ii wry Rich Overlook me i oui i Duluc i my ams beyond a through us Lime Memphis pyramids nay their claims of a reasonable i Zizcu w of the Stream. Daughter of three highly lakes from Venna charin Silvei breasts and we skirted the Lake for nearly its whole length. Loch Ven Nachar lies Between Bills of comparatively gentle Declivity pastured by flocks and tufted with patches of the prickly gorse and course ferns. On its North Bank lies Landrick Little Grassy level where Scott makes the tribe of clan Al Pine assemble at the command of Rodnick Dhu. At a Little distance from Ven Nachor lies Loch , which we reached by a Rood winding among shrubs and Low Trees Birches and wild roses in which he air was fragrant. Crossing a Little Stone Ridge which our Driver Lold us was the Ridge of Turk we were on the Edge of Loch Schray a Little Sheet of water surrounded by wild Rocky Hills with Here and there an in Erval of level Grassy margin or a Grove be Ide the water. Turning from lock Zachray we reached an inn with a gaelic which i have forgotten How. To spell and which if i were to spell it you could not pronounce this was on the Edge of the pros acts and Here we breakfasted. Fossil remains on the Ohio prove that it was once covered by the sea. When the sea is Blue color it is deep water and when Greeny shallow. A map of China made one thousand years before Christ is still hi1 existence. The 1 of january on an average of years is the coldest Day in the year. In water sound passes at the Tate of feel per second. In air o42 feet per second. In the Artie re Gimaj when the thermometer is below Zero persons can Converse at More than a mile Distant. Or. Jamieson asserts that he word of a Feirt non at n example _ i _ Down to 200 years after the the hand of modern Barba England there Are known Spacet perfectly the Bones of hollow Aind filled air instead a Tingle House Fly produces in season the am jumps 200 times its own length Black v in the human nunies. Box Toht t see you Home from5 a a i no you Shan t do no such i am "1 Gness you be miss edit land were beheaded. Close to the Castle is a Green enclosure intersected with we were told was the Tilting place of tournaments and besides it rises a Rock where the ladies of the court Flat to witness the combats and which is still called the la Dies Rock. At the foot of the Hill to the castles stretches what was once the Roya Park it is shorn of its Trees part is conver Ted into a race course part into a pasture of cows and the old Wall which marked its Lim its is falling Down. Near it you see a club Ter of Grassy embankments of a curious form and octagons and parallelograms which Bear the name of King James knot and once formed a part of the Royal gardens where the Sovereign used to divert himself with Bis courtiers. The cows now have the spot to themselves and have made their own paths alleys Over it. The Southwest of the said a who Tood at the Gate ton see where a Large o pass through the Trossachs in foot. The mob of with whom i found my self on the there were some Twenty of did so to s Man even the la Dies who made about a third of the number walked. The distance to lock Katrine is about a mile and a half Between lofty mountains along a Glen filled with masses of Rock which seem to have been shaken by some con vision of nature from the High steeps on either Side and in whose shelves and crevices time bad piloted a thick Wood of Birch and Oak. But i will not describe the Trossachs after Walter Scott. Read what he says of them in the first Canto of his poem. Loch Katarine when we reached it was crisped into Little Waves by a fresh wind from the Northwest and As a boat with four Brawny highlanders was waiting to convey us to the head of the Lake we launched upon the dark deep water Between craggy acid shrubby steeps the sum Mit of which Rose on every Side of us and one of the rowers an intelligent looking Man took upon himself the task of pointing out to mentioned b the poet Gow and Ayrshire for yet another letter. The Peculiar beauties of the present sys tem of banking and the extent to which Abu ses under it May be carried Aro strikingly illustrated by the official St Ternent of the affairs of the Commer Cra Bank of Nachez at the time of its explosion in 1837, and furnishes the strongest argument that can be and in favor of the principle of individual liability and the prohibition of officers from borrowing. The total liabilities of the Offit of this Bank on the 27lh of june 1837, amounted to the liabilities of Twenty one pets of the Bank were As follows As payers As As discounters a total of this added to the liabilities risk prompted by the destructiveness of a Hommed Ali has since 1830, done More to deface these tablets to blow up Many of these Halls in sheer wantonness than has been effected by time in 4000 years. Every atom of the Hundred thousand tons of Granite used in pyramids was Cut at scene the first Cataract Distant 640 Miles. The blocks of some of which Are 40. Feet Long had to be Cut out of their Beds wooden wedges and Copper chisels then polished with Emery till they were As smooth As Glass and then carried by land half a mile to the placed on rafts and floated Down 640 Miles to by canal to the foot of the lydian land Over Gigantic Ca Sawaya from one mile to three in length to for which they were intended and then machinery and Pla eed in their present position with a skill and masonic precision that has conf Ogundeji the Moat scientific european Engineer Witti amaze in reference to some of the Feudal tenures. As this second class improved up on the first by carrying their doctrines farther so there is a third class Bat. H As improved on them. This third class is composed of. Tenants who. Have leased farms fir a single year or for Short terms of two to five years and have in the excitement of the times and under the influence probably of some pamphlets pub used in York City come to the conclusion that it is not Obly More profitable but also More just that no tenant should pay any rent whatever. These three classes Bavec combined together to resist both by Legal and by forcible Means the payment of reit. They have formed an Matt Knob Tif we Liq to rent associations of the officers makes the round sum of three millions when the us the places mentioned by the to said he As we receded from the Shore is the the pros acts where Fitz James l6st he then repeated in a spot in his Gallant Grey. Short recitation time for tronset s pockets full of Ake my j Only stood Ai Ine Gaic Field has been lately ploughed and beyond it is another Winch looks very Green Tefr Green Fjeld is the spot where the Battle of Bannockburn was fought and the of England by i looked and to fresh and Bright was the it seemed to me As if the Earth was with. Of those who desperate struggle for the Crown not Fai from this tha shot was shown us where Wallace was Defeated at the Battle of Falkirk this Region the scene of another Sand a bloody 1 warfare be tween the free pc Hora and the government close4 to tha Church of the Stab so Siment the the Rock of Stirling the soldiers can Rob have erected tee of and tha sound of the dwelling strongly on the lines in the lady of the Lake which relate that incident. Yonder is the Island where Douglass concealed his daughter. Ten Broad Oak whose boughs almost dip the water was the place where her Skiff was moored on that tick covered with Leath Fitz James stood and wound his Burle. Near it but out of sight is the Silver strand where the Skiff deceived him on farther of he pointed put in the South pm r i of the Lake Halfway up among the rocks Mountain the place of the Goblin Cave and still beyond it 4 the wild pass where Birches wave on the North Shore Hills bad a gent Jef slope and at their skirt of Pread into borne thine like saw a solitary Dwel 4mg. In Hob Roy Jas born in about two hours our Strong de rowers had brought is to the Beas of the Lake. Before it we saw

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