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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 June 1847

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Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 June 1847

a an. e--vf v4. r ft ,-" 4 1 V . -1 r THE EXAMINER. .t. C. VM CHlli. EHTei. r. COY.-AaTT t-mroa. SLL:::;:::;:: 19, 1847. "eOe. of ur paper to such pfrwii - n i . i ta lo nejiere vui uecoiue n ic 3uwtiy requested that those to jfiut ill at one signify their w ish Tr canUna&nce or "discontinuance. If Tny itf-'ito it coatinaea", let them forward the aahscriplien ; if thej wish it discoatinued, Hip mur i),id1! La Biuit hack, with, the name aud the post oOe to which it ru addressed marked apoa it. Th post office regalatiom provide for the tending Lark of all uch patera free of uA- age. .au-Mlartry. The Legislature f Kentucky, last winter, by act, Called upon lb people of the State lo ay whether they would have a Coxvintio to es tablish a new Constitution. Tha holding of a convention, nlwava import ant, is especially ae mow. for it iavolve the coMideration and aettlenient of quest ion of vast magnitude ; -questions which ought to rcccife and which will receive, doubtleati, the beat th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 June 1847

w f l,., a..-, o 1 con.biuod efTj; hood flir(rpSi , in tl, mae the f-or.LUe; tof j t the jreat aat.r, re o 10 the f-..., iit'.H t, ,r to ,f; car li.e umi, the UI.-Fm, .c:.-h, au;, ,.,t t u w ar iu .jV not iru0 , , r:i': ia!,v , Jited, ahe ha ! the 2.tt!er. tn,V' : f Sht for to u-.'. to Op.'u f, !' ' ... iu i.vrsav.,. I inc.; U jouj I tine u If no prt ,; ,f id ttrrsisn) ' of a ( .r;;i el'j) uroa Two w per if made up almost of hom tnetfj 1 1 e type, excepting- a f-w ort that were isud here, were furnished1 by If. L. Cot, i icr I from the rnannfactorj cf MeM -, Wkimnuck & Coand il is printed o n. t'nr new steam pre y r-t- We commence two paper ia wKick we are deairoua should be i Jit first is J ttdjff BlLLOt 's able aJdryns; ( trf a argument by u CarWtaiea, oa tt of lavry upoa the wealth of the -'tr.Ua. We shall refer to both again. 1 .ie we Invite a free discussion of t In y.aavolved. TLi page we shall tleytiU j i (omniuaicaUoss, aud article tout.-u- . . T.K.IwilWlI.iOU. ., mi; Pa...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 June 1847

-J - - o (;rr . - . . . A VtsWa of I4 Fa MM. . lt'avtalsalalaTcarataistT .. f .VtaJasaf avasttepakhrairtatl, ' . aUaraalaa 'taOacehuuna,Uark ana1 frus, , AamsMocbeoradylnf fca. ' AroarU tba Utoo padaatala. waaraaa r Wara Maaa BuuiUflwa, Iba anarUe abapaa .' Of warrtosa.aaaaUaaa uWuH,rln kotjhta. That la tba atornf haiua day of old I . Had vol Ibelr rljlrt U I bat pri4 aattneara; Ana" stood tneratroara'a. MaJeaUaharaa. la aoh. Krone Uinb4.wera vfetfW. and with Mk likt e)aa. Tbal aaaai'a fcr var f taring al gaaat Peal b 'IVUb t Sarea aorkarr;-all aillity aaa, - Maa al mi a Ibay, fowaMol la Af hi. i WSaarnanaa a arc blasoaad la lb artula of fa ax fmt tke watWa warabtp. la tbeir baadattejr beia !, ' Graal a ataa, ar a tan adgad aiaa, and tarli foot Wia piua4 firaily aa Ha grsulia bava Wlia n laituui!)U will, aa who ihould aa)' W take our ataaa bara till lht atcraal ua Bring ranaa'al of oar glorious prime I" Asoaatbaaa hung aid banner. Thai haJ wared Oa ataar a etrlckan Acid, and with br...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 June 1847

1 -A - a." ( -1 1:.. - - " o.i v V" I l A ; ' , . ... if t. . : II.. . i , . w vi - x x a . ' i. - i i i ' -1 iv x - i i. x ri:n '--i v . , If I I .11. II II I I - l ; XI - M ? . -, I t .4 1 i. . k V 1 .. I .--v I ' " I . X. .1 A ' : J V V rr r- : V i ; W ' HrhH . .. .-"'. -V "prove all things; hold fast rnAT which is good." ' V V '- ' V:-A ( J r1 )LUME I. t THE EXAMINER; Waakljr. JWTcraM A., Best doer lt ow TBRHI. " DhaaU w n?n. la r Tnn t Pnsbytcrian. Church, f rank- F. Ucllock. J COJfTICD.) Aojtti: V ' r indelibly inscribed upon the tary. Cexihage once disputec ' tae supren acy oi uie orw. lend snow-clad Alps, not le 29y plains of Iutly, hu beei aasic ground by die impetuou: , persons. Neither the wise ant ' ireat of a Fabiua, nor the herou let a Scipio could save the Romai irom the I old a&saulu of Numkliai LJsrthagenian valor. "Not Rome, bu '-rte of Canhsge, has conquered Han ( ras the heroic exclamation of hin. .Id planted his victorious standard a ftte of the imperial cit...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 June 1847

THE EXAMINER. 1. P. TACGMAN. 1 r. COM r. ajawrsjr tan. LOUISVILLE::: :JUNE26.1847. We send copy of oar paper U sncb persons M we bars mhi to believe will become oub- cribem. t U earnestly i-eqaested that those to whoa It la mm wttt at once signify their wish ma tm lt continuance or discontiunsaee. If 4ay deslra it continued, let them forward the subscription; If they wish, it discontinued, the paper ahonld be sent hack, with the nam and tha poet office to which it waa addressed narked pan it. The peat office regulations pjovide for the sending becJt of ail euch papers free of peat- tewkaefcv. NoState'ln the Union possesses theater natural advantages than our State. Its aoQ la as fartile a any; tts resources as prat; its climate as ge- nisi. And na people hare in them wore elements of true greatness than our people. They are frank, brave, generous, eaergetlc. Yet with all these capabilities and means, Kentucky, In th race of power, and progress, and wealth, is lag " (ing behind the E...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 June 1847

I o present umber cf our paper may foj fihe hand, cf torn who havo net Been ihi ; jt. w repoLU Ji cur Introiuctory. I a treat artery. 4. - ' The Legirlatoro cf Kentucky, last winter, by U' act. called Bpon thejieop'.e cf the State to u whether they would have a Cosventio to ea 1 tablish new Constitution. - . The hoi -in cf a convention always Import ant, U especially aa now.for tl Involves thecon- aideraliou anJ settlement of qtiestious of vast i wuagaltuie; questions which ought to reenlve 14 which will receive, doubtlcsse, the bra bought aoJ closest rxaniiuutiou of which ou hole community are capable. t There can be, lgHy. no limit to the else us I aiaa of three questions, thui authoritatively an. ratanaly broachsi bv the liiitie.i authority -d there will be, w? are persuaded, no effort r' aay quarter, to he.!ge in thu liberty of lh 9t trammel epesch, wuUe lhse privilege ScaneiseJ with a just it-gtrd to th peace ol tmniuulty, anl th? integrity of the law Jhat inost tiiucuU proMemo...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 June 1847

V 1 . - 1 I .1 . .1 ...t I rtL .V.a - - iV Treat lb (London) raspi1 Jwid. I Tcui for tnw wowing. . I ware fcr the Sartaf. kM la birds auaO tlaf, Ana1 OOf moral, awako front tww; , Wt have waited leaf fee Utt lark' buiae wag, Aa the iMfth'felaf erenlnj bear. I A stood of aeowh lam oa lb! earth-- Aa Icy haad oa each etretai Them! WUMUroptdkilanrvnUre, Am m but afcaljr glsaia j AM la frosty bract aoaatd aaaang tbt Mm ; Ami Um rultug bail and rata Cm swirslat swot, in th angry Mast, AM aha 'alast the WBaoew-aaa Assl uerae Sower, la thai Manor kow, Dare rahoae a day head Q Far all gaaUt laiag Mai en Swart wine. Or mm ia tbe mow lay deaf ! I roar for il Paring, trbea lot Urea thai! tiag, A4 each Mara ahaM awake aaw aowera; l-aeaea loaf fcrla weeelarkl sea Aa4 ta UMak al Ite avaeiag kaan. T Is a bcaiUtoai liaje warn Um bud mm tarsU. Aa4 ctiti lik ia youac, leafucaoB, Aad catcbe Um ar at U taatwaboww la lu aaall ana valval jr band. Wat the tender grass aw the Souk St lad pas la lu chariot a...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 July 1847

Xr- V. y i! VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER: Pahliabca' TVecklr. Jtirmm imk rfoor bat .a Un fort Office. rKBSlK, v wtuaa per nut, in adranre. or Tmikk HUM b - ,r'tte Kentucky Colonization Socit. t wc Presbyterian Church, Frank- y Hos. V. V. Brixo. Jf - (COXCLlDED.) icirect and immediate eff?ts of their '-joo to the cause of colonization, wcie "ken die deepest prejudices in the ,tt the free negro, ami at the same t rivet the chain of the slave. It pother rffctt. In the slave State , ist tho ignorant and luunforined. it in. . Jthc advocates of colonization in the 1 indiscriminate censure with rabid Etionists, whilst in the frw States it resented tliem as die altcttors of slavery. the worst enemies of the African rare. - It may readily Ikj supposd that at this tane and under these, circumstances, the progress of colonization was greatly retard ed. But in noiliing has the hand of a wise and merciful Providence been more signally displayed. There was great danger that the infant colonv of Lilvria...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 July 1847

. V v . . .. - i . . ' r , i ii r I j. a i . .- - - i - i ; ' 1 bSWSWSSWnmaaaaaaaaaan-aaWS - - - J. , ' THE EXAMINER. J. C. VAl'CIIAK. Carrot. F. CC?BY, AMtn Earroa. LOUISVILLE: -.-.JULY 3. 1847. I.. . x We send a copy of our paper to such persons as we have reason to U-lieve will become sub-I critors. It laearnrrtlv reanll that those to whom it U sent m ill at once nignlfy their vkh aa to iU conUnusnce or discontinuance. If they desire it continaed, let them forward tb aubj- riptioa; k' they wish It discontinued, th paper should be sent back, with the ,.,, ,n,J the port office U which it was addreMcd marked upon it. The post office regulations provide for the sending back of all auch papers free of poet- The City We thank the LouUville preae, most sincerely, for the manner in which they have received the Examiner, and the ftirnes with which they have stated onr object. We want no mere notoriety. We denire to escape all eacitement. la earntt in our brlief that the removal of slaery ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 July 1847

3 0 0' .V r i 1 -3v BWbMT W r BSUMr BUT fall I - . . - i ..vm.., mm wne bar ot mth. . r -""7- 1 iMMtecwrr. - my - . , Tho Lrgbdalara of Kentucky, last winter, by -t, called upon th people of the State te say Aether they would bars a Comvkmtiom to ea- sjbliah a new Constitution. 1 The holding of a cenvenUoa always import- at, la especially so iiow, for it involvee the con- 'fetation aad w-ltWent of auMtlon. f ....! jwitaJe: questman which ought to receive, 5. Which U ructlvc, doubUeast, the best a--"" civumtuiti 01 wnich our .j i . . .. . ... connnuuil y are capable. iortrea be, legally, no limit to tbe discos- 1 Of the. attention, thus authoritatively and I sanly hroached by the highest authority. 1 lAerea tll be, we are persuadod, no rflort, 1 quarter, to Jielge io llie liberty of the VOf trammel ejHwh, while thee privilege J 11 erased with a just regard to the. peace of nmunily , -and lh int-cri.y of the law . iat most liitftrult proldeiu of all rvtssri- I " tuay be fully and f.rl...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 July 1847

; (at frtnUapteoe reprtttnting eaia ssZrr anta ftirUa rmt ni aim. ) laoeoonUy dreaming, I'poa the beaming Light from Fancy' bright domiuioiis. Rustling sounds of fairy platans 8ttr the soft and slumbrous air. Flitting fally here and lucre. The sleep-sprite have found the, la their witcheries bound thee. Dreaming! Wonderously dreaming! Each tranced rye aeeniing Keatlt 'neath "it deep-fringed lid; Wake not! the fine vision's hi i When the apetl of aloep is broken; O! by every magic token. Lose not et thine hour of bliss, Manhood knew no joy like this Drsaiuing! Guileless on, thus dreaming, - Amid the gleaming Of thy fancies young and pure, May their memory endure. When thy morning's light Now o dewy bright. Burneth into scorching noon, Then fadeth into night full won Dreaming! For thy later dreaming With care and Borrow teeming. Will make thee dread thy sleep; At thy waking thou wilt weep. Gone the visionary brightness That gare thine hour their lightness, Thou wilt long for that repo...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 July 1847

C v a 9 C -i 1 -.1 1 "PnOYE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." b VOLUME L LOUISVILLE, KY. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1847. TiT1VfBPP a V THE EXAMINER; Weekly. Jrffirrm Aneil 4aat tml one la (be ImI office. TKBNI. Tars IVLi.a per aiiuuin, in aJvaiwe, or Tmi:c t tf M tJ within ihrrs nionlli. V Mure Pfrrr. VII -tririED WITH A 'CARTER M F X ICO. ART OF flae prohibition in the Federal Cousiitu- Ol the making or any treaty witnont ""Tsentof two-thirds of the Senate, was pst, and necessary piovisio:i (if that ent, fur the protection of minorities ' States, represented as Statt s in that L. Without it die tWslituiion t tuIJ ave been adopti-d. The State, still adent communities, would never have Vcp such a power over ihcir foreign i e jU) a ljire majority of the States. ess of the iMpl' of die corned ra- t the close of the esion of scheme for the annexation of Texas by aus of the treaty making iwwer had In ch gnally defeated. Scarcely any one yet had dreamed diat it would le ever revived hi ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 July 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VM7GI1AK. Ewrea. F. COr?BV, Assisvast Ehim. LOUISVILLE:::::::::::JULY 10, 1647 KamieK, . We ttai a copy of our paper lu such person M we have reason te believe will become sub- jeri. it ii earnestiv raouesiea insi mm co whom it Is tent will at once signify their wish es to iu continuance or cUcontiuuance. If they deaire it continued, let thorn forward the eabscription; if they with it discontinued, the paper should be sent back, with the nam and tljo post cfT.ce to which it wu addreaacd marked cpou it. The post office regulations provide for the seisin j back of all such paper free of post- Oar Paawr. We regret the many typographical errors which have appeared iu the Examiner- The l.tat ncniber, especially, wait marred by litem. Ti.cy mere of a! I kinds, eerious, absurd, uauv log. Such as uative State, for native South; groaning fjr goading; serene fur sucer; besom fit rtsiu; while these poorer slaves fur while Lhetepoor boy, Ac, c. Theu in the second number, one...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 July 1847

J present anmW of onr piet nny fall ) hands cf 9IB wh bs f w republish mat Introductory. 1 lalradarMrr. legislature of ixeutucky, ll winter, by llled upon the people of the Sum to uy Ser they would have C rTios to e ji a new CoDiititutioo. Molding f eoaneutiou al way import Nepeciully so now, for it iuvolve the rou- and settlciucut of questions of v Id; question which ought to receive, ieh will receive, doubtleeas, the besl and rloeeet examination of which our Immunity are ratable, ican be, legally, " i" to th icu- I these questions, thu authoritatively auil Jy breached by the highest authority, y Will be, we are persuaded, no effort. ijrtr, to hedge iu the lilx-rty of the ) trammel speech, while these piivileger -d with a jut regard t-. the p-uce ol "nity, aud the integrity of tiie law . Jnesrt diflic ult prolde Ai of all ema aci j be fully aud fearlessly presented, W be thus guarded: for no rii;Ut Kentucky, than thai iunlieu effiital right, which ture to i "the liWrty to kuH, to u...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 July 1847

' POETRY, The atiaslr V MOM. M. XOtTOH. Ah ! treasured thus by passion slav. Dear relic of th bygone year ; Sav, what remains of her who g T The vain regret tin? useless tear. The clasping hands lh throbbing brow Tbe murmuring of Uml shadowy word. To whith hail answered enre oh ! uea. Why in thiil light quirk step unheard ! What id those cyllnhlea. is found. That nwh a xtari of ww can claim ? A word in hut an empty found, Ala ! it it w (itr name ! It was yes, Ae wan once ! an fay. As full of lif, a aught that lives ; The breath the I iO hath aiMd away, Hut not the pang hT memory give. Bright tre ! thy beauty hringeth now A thousand dreams of rapture gone ; Her sunny eyes, her radiant brow. The low, light laughter of her tone. .ainjj on thee, again she stands Before me, aa iu days of old With all hrr young hd's shiniug huiiU, Aud all it wary curia of fold ; 'IMI as I view thee, silken Lrr, I feel withiu my suffering heart, 'Tin all which now my night cau bless. All that of her will u...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 July 1847

THE EXMINEB. "prove all things; hold fast that which is good." VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; rWbt4 Wee kit . Jeter oof " la n rm oarc TKHMH. ik... . ... n uum. ia eaVsare, or Tmrkk , . V rwww - , ir.unm AD THE LOWLAND KHKKP WHO WENT TO W T THK rUSTaMOM OK OU U. In a country not so remote that it cannot e reached by tlic moral of our fable, there , had been, from time immemorial, a feuJ be- . tveen iu Highland and its Lowland races sheep, which came to a collision when )tr 4Um1 wherever Uiey met oil the borders J their feeding grounds, which neither llit-ii -pective shepherds, nor their irtesiietiivc p, could prevent, appease, or lt down. J oru-e tlieir Mond were uj. It va Peking to mutton-eating men to hear ol ia perpetual petty warfare, aiwl the ruinoi general riinz of both of tliese bellije Sot parties, to briti tlieir quarrel to a een Jral oattle, and abide the issue ; but this their Jonfc and master would not hear oi lor a moment, and contrived as uiucn as possi ble to keep the rival ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 July 1847

THE EXAMINER r. roJ'. v . . - - r LOUiSVlM.E: Jl'IA 1 , 117. J ' . in Persona desiruua of prcacttu- file of tue Examiner, caa be oupplnl ith the back Niia- j bora. by early application (or then.. ; Krror. Accident will occur in the best regulated I'- BlU foe ; aad ew families, espcri-dl v. are liiible to thetu. Wo sent last week a article ou a partkular j subject, as we aapposed, for the first pagr ; but lo! when the paper 1 issued, two other of a different character appear. How the titi-ukf occurred, we dou't know. We suppose, how erer, that it aroee from the eopf containing these article on the reverae aide, or our neglect to dash the pen through them. adr l'p Louisville, with ber fine Southern bonis, has broken op, almost, the passenger travel from Cincinnati to New Orient. The new steamer lal'din; at the Queen City re mainly for freight. Il ia useless now to compete, fU l teropt it, w ith our splendid New Orleans pack et, and, therefore, they are turning the passen ger room to g...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 July 1847

1 I) C. J. WiUJ. of Iowa, : M A. Cuaxvlit, of Miine, t H- Et.U, of Indiana, IF. WeootHDOE. of Michinit, i-Caaarr Cmii)s, of New York, Ijttixto KiabrtTbicis, of N. Jersey, Gov. Wat. lit, of Ohio, C. J. llErTT.i, of Illinois, Ersris Horn, of Khode Island, Joh II. Tweed, of Wiseousin, J. W. VTki, of Missouri. Secretaries, Sckuylrr CmIjus. uf Indiaua, lt Edtrmrat, of Illinois. Frrdtritk S. Itll, A. llort. of .Massachusetts. .4. H- CluimLrr, of MiMuri, I'rltr McMttin, of New Jerxy, Mr. Oi.$, of Ohio. Mr. Baits returned thanks to tit Convention, touching oo the subject matter which had call i it togeth-r. Mr. SrHMib. of Ohio, followed, reporting- a aeries of resolution for the government of the Cenvealiou. Aniuuttod debate, au.l some con- fusion, followed. It tlifliruU at lime to H Wr. we were, or what was wauled. The 'oolnt vw, aa to the power of the (leueral !.- arament orer the subject of internal iiiiprorc eBl. 'Dn' xun! Suarl! snarl! I do so hate 'he " 'Snap! snap! Snarl! snarl! I do...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 July 1847

POETRY. Tho WwktmA Mr Darfcrr Pay. MX rRAMCU UOWR. Tu aaiJ, when tie world waa fresh and yotinp. That the friends of earth were few; And ahrineo have blazed and harpa have rung Ter the heart whose lore w aa true. And eo, when the furrowing track of Tim Lie deep on the old earth a brow. The fiith eo prized in her early prime ftiiall we ho tw find it uuw ! It may be found like the aloe' bloom In the depth of Western wood, To which a bundr-id springs may cu Yet wake not iU starry bntl: But if, through the mists of wintry skies. It abine on lifo'a ereary ways. What tur in the summer heavens will rise Like that friend of our darker dayaT We kuow there are hand and stuilr to greet Our steps on the auuuuit fur Bat lone are the rlimber'a weary feet Where the sleep lie bleak and bare: For some have gained fir height and slreanis, To their sight with morning crow ueo Bat the cu arise shed on their heart's first dreams. And iU light they never found! Yet oh, for the bright isle seen afar. When...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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