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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 16 April 1851

i . I'' THE PIL r 1 0 PLYMWTH 0 f j .'THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEVS OF HEAVEN, Sl'O -LD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON TIB RICH "AND THE POOR."-Jacesox. i i . " 1 .1 . A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics IAirnUH' Wiencc, Asric'iHurc, rorcin nr.a Domsiifi.w?. l Volume 1. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, April 16,1851. Number 13, r 1 t it if i . r '. -4 - 4 : i - 1 .V -.3 i THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by! JOHN Q. HOWELL. -1 Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. If paid in advance, (or within two months after Mibscribing,) $1,30 If paid within ix month?, - - - $i2,öO. If delayed after that time, - - - $2,3 O. O The above terms will be strictly adhered to Hisitlctiy. ICTTown subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifiy cents r addition to the subscription prce. 0"No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Publisher. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements will be conspicu...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 16 April 1851

THE PILOT. I'LYaiOUTII, IXDIAIVA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1G, 1851. The Plymouth Pilot Is before you, kind reader, how do like it? It comes not to you on mammoth wings, like sme of its cotemporaries, but brings you, we trust, although not so much, at least a history of passing events, as welcome to your taste, (edi torials excepted) as those furnished you by its larger brethren. "But, says one: "Stranger, what's your Politics?" "We reply: they are Demo chatic; of the Jeffersonian and Jackson school. Our ''Democracy is not to be appaled, corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness, it cowers to no danger, it oppresses no weakness, Des tructive only of despotism, it is the sole conservator of liberty, lahor, and property. It is the sentiment of freedom, of equal rights, of equal obligations the law of nature pervading the law of the land." Firm though we be, in the Cause we have espoused, we shall never descend to that abuse of our opponents in Opin ion which is too often resorted to by p...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 16 April 1851

A V Divine Service. IT We are repr ntcl to sta'e thV. the Riv. S. N. CAfvx(nf K)?c.u5ko ro ) will preach in the Preby:cria:i church, in Plyno.i h, on Friday evening iSth int aul that, 0:1 the Sunday fo".lvin.sr, he will prevjli the uncral fernioaof the la'e Mr. Loin, (w'.fe of Jo na Logan,) at Pisgah Meting liou e. The public arere-pectluily invited to a.tead. April IC, '51. State DJ.ird of Agriculture. The following letter bas been address ed by Gov. Wright, to th? members of the above Cmrd in Indiana. Gestlemcs: In pursuance of an ?.ct of tae General Assembly, approv al on th 1 4 1 !i day of Februar.-, 1SÖ1. you are consiituled a body corporate, tmdr lb" name and style vf lhe "Indiana State D.iard of Arieu!-. iure." au l it is made my duty to appoint! th" time lot your urn-tin.:; in tins ii'y tint thf prop r steps in iv be t.iken for tbe perfect orgiuiz ttion of s :i. I boar I. ' You ar her-by noiiuVd to att-n I for this purpose, in thi 1151 of the lions..- of Representatives, at ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 16 April 1851

The Country .assic & her JLovcr. et &:ci!ard cor, jr. "To-morrow, ma. Tin sweet sixteen! And Billy Grimes, the drover, Hai 'popped the question' to me, ma. And wants to be my lover! To-morrow corn, he"fay, rcamma, He's coming here qui'e early. To taie aplearant walk with vr.e Across thefidiof barley." "You must not go, my daughter dear. There's no u:e now a talking; Yea shall not go across the Cell With Billy Grimes a-walking. To think of his presumption, too! The ditty, ugly drover! X wonder where your pride has gone, To think cf such a rover!" "Old Grime is de.id," you know, mamma," And Billy is so lonely! Besides, they say, to Grimes' estate, That Billy is tie only Surviving heir to nil that's left; And that they say is nearly A good ten thousand dollars, ma About six huuered yearly." "0, now 1 hear, my daughter dear. Your last remark quite clearly, Well, Billy is r; clever lad, And no doul-t loves jou dearly! Remember, then, to morrow morn. Tobe up bright and early. To t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 23 April 1851

I" i I - i -' V'. PLY r 3 v. TH OX ' "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND ' THE POOR." Jackson . - A Family- Newspaper: Ifci'oted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic Ä'cws. Volume L Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, April 23,1851, Number 14. . . i - , i i. i.-, " '. ' - .. . II PI ! - M I M Ml 'i -V i THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wcdncsdar, by! JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. If paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing,) ------ $1,5. If paid within six months - - - $i2,00. If delayed after that time, - - - $i,50. JCTThe above terms will be strictly adhered to positively. 0Town subscriber?, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. UNo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Adverlhinz. Advertisements ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 23 April 1851

K P ' '4 Ii; .i 7 i.. s THE PILOT. FltlMIOUTII, I2VDIAIVA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1851. . RELIGIOUS NOTICE. We have been requested to state, that Di Yine Service will be held in the Presbyterian church, in Plymouth, by the ReT. Messt. Hastings and Hcmmek, (Baptist Ministers,) commencing oa Friday evening next to be re sumed on Saturday morning at II o'clock, and concludel oa Sabbath evening. Other Minis ters from abroad, are expected to be present. April 23, 1851. Scutinel vs. Statesman. "Without stopping to inquire who is right or who is wrong in the quarrel between the Sentinel and the Statesman, ve inuit say it is ill-timed, at least, and believe, with many others.that its ef lect upon our party may yet prove dis astrous. Each of the parties, no doubt, feel aggrieved at the conduct of the oth er, but is this a fitting time, now, almost on the eve of an election preg nant with results so vital to the success of our party, for men who have borne aloft our banner, "in sunshine and in ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 23 April 1851

X J) i i i V.' .V 3 A i r ' t- t - J ?1 1 fv i ammunfcntfon, For Plymouth Pilot. Mr. Editor: Knowing that many readers of the Plymouth Pilot, are.not advised of the en terprise now in Plymouth, or the business hab its of our people, you will ; pardon me for troubling you with this article. Plymouth was laid out in 1331,by John See ing and Wiluam Polk, it is situated upon the north bank ol leiiow river, in .Marshall County, on a beautifully elevated piece of ground, inclining sightly to the south, in 1336, the County-sea; was located here, by S. C. S.lMfLE, PUTER JOHNSON, 3 lid GRIFFIN TilEAD- wat. Tiie Streets are sixty feet vide, except ! Michigan, which is one hundred, and inter sect at right angles; each block not fractional has six lots, 13G by S8 feet. The Legislature of our State, lat winter on petitionj passed a law, incorporating our village npppointed Trustees &c. The Trustees have organized under the law, and from present appearances, our Streets and Side-Walks, will b...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 23 April 1851

i ) . -' V t 1 1 POETS' CORNER. SIMPLE, TOUCHING, BEAUTIFUL LINES. Tbc New England Diad2m gives the follow ing beautiful verses, which were suggested by ! tie sickness and death of Mr. brown Owen, ; who died on his passage to California. It will be read with "teary eyes" by many who have lost friend or relatives on their way to, or in that land of Gold and of Graves. Lay up nearer, brother, nearer. For my limbs are growing cold. And thy presence seemcth dearer, "When thy arms around me fold; I am dying, brother, dying. Soon you'll miss me in youi berth, For my form will soon be lying Neath the ocean's briny surf. Hearken tome, brother, hearken, I have something I would say Ere the veil my vision darken, And I go from hence away. ---vner, surely going, I am gt . , . . I in God is strong, But my hopt.l . fc' I am willing, brothe.' Jj That he doeth nothing wrong. Tell toy father, when yon greet him. That in death 1 prayed for him, Prayed.that I may one day meet him, In a world that's f...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 April 1851

i 5 t - 4 :i S .-- .) -v 1; I V 5 c i a s H I 1 'i.i : i i i 1 i i : V - VC ir 4 i i i V.J v 1 V 1 4 t A i t 'I i 4 V r. i .- v i - 'i.V. "- -T '- au a uecu ictiumiz ... , . . , , .n..i:. i c ' -..l c . eu J-OU.UUU lor me lUM OV IllglUS Ol HIS . . - ,r.....Mm l.. U nvmnb -i rrno r.d .1 I t r Hrvir H H 0 i KT r ft HH.WI .1.1 mu imjjli.l j-'.wa.si' .wii'i.B.'i-'-W-twjp jl, wom iiwj.jjuu ,imm "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD HE SHOWERED ALIKE IT'ON THE RICH AND THE POOH." Jackson, A Faihliy IVwspapcr: devoted to Politics, Literature. Science, Agriculture, rorein and Domestic News. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, April 33,1851, Number 15, Volume 1. i P r at IU J 3 ? ' ' i; . ' t " POB ü? B Y . THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is publisLcd every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. Jit Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. Vf paid in advance, (or within two months fcf.?r Mibscribini,) - - - - - - S;l,50. If paid within six months, - - - !$2,00. If delayed after t! at...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 April 1851

THE PILOT. PLYHOIITII, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1851. A Scat in the Cabinet, Is called "A post of honor and prrf- it." Since theelecticn f Gen. Taylor some of the Whig cabinet have proven that there is profit at least, in the post. Crawford, of Georgia used his position in recovering the old "Galphin" claim, (said to hare been paid twice.) and after it had been rejected by Congress and by one or two Presidents, divides the spoils tritb the U. S. Attorney General and then retiresunder the censure of Con gress. Tom, Ewing is resting under serious imputations Webster is about engaging in heavy law suit, (with a bevy fee, of course.) at the same time drawing his salary of 86.000 from the U. S. trea ting Tom. Corwin, (who "hoped the Mex icans might welcome our volunteers i with bloody hands to hospitable graves,') has received some fat picking from some old Florida claim, and he too, is about to retire. What Cabinet, under a Democratic President, ever used its position to enable it ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 April 1851

1,11 .---i " .. , ... 1.,1 hiioverdwiiiz the ouiel WISC TALKING. We s-ldom nvet with so m ich g'ori ous truth, spok'ii so briefly, plainly au I wi'll suidl Pennine fire, as in th" fo!lov- o f. I nrr niriTtrfiiti from Henrv A. YV IStf. "o i -i - It Lawlessness on the Iflexiean and U. S. Harden The AT. 0. Pycaunt of ihe 2Gthu.lt. cdüuiiis accounts of some horrible scenes uf disorder, lot, murder, ana ex in" p.ii:iXiM IIUIII iieilfj ; - VJ,.,.,...., .-n't al C invention, now in session at lucn mn I. t. r P-iimiirc a wliic inem- ber had first had the temerity 10 au-. uwiwu 0 I :.. J ,hö foll., iz s,n.im,,.t of hi. mlubiuuu ol fcoco.ro. by ing ,he . - u . . . . . , V must have an lnlusin ui Mexico, ab,ut the closing day of Juiiua y. It geeins that bands uf armed ruffians, dis charge teamsters and solders, and frontier n.i r t v ; monarchical ami aristocratic principle, in order to ceck pure Democracy.' Mr. Wise responded as follows. 'He U a traitor to his native land, A traito 10 mankind...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 April 1851

Saasen POETS' CORNER. From thi Cln c'.n n iti Co n wt rclal. The Forsaken. 0! ask ir.c not toenr. c Lim His image fair ami bright, Is Hitting now before me In this calm and silent night. Ami though I'm broken- beared Ere my bud or j y hasbloom'd, I'm thinking when we partei, 'Twas this night one year ago. Ilisworls M ere full of love then, And rny ear was pro ae to eatth Ar'0 its, w hich no more again Will reach the listening fense; ITe spo'rte of days "to come, when Together we should roam, Hand in band an 1 heart in heart Towards a heavenly home. I am going there alone now. Without a friend to cheer, Tu! bim to whom nightly bow In holy love and fear. know that owe he laved me With an cc.tacyj of bliss, Uu a fairer form allured him, With a heart less warm than this! 0! then ask me not to eur.-c him, Vn death would not chide, I know he once did love me As Lis fair and c ho: cn bride. The shades of night grow dir'ter. And my spirit sinks beneath The memories of the past, which Entwin...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 7 May 1851

UTH TD ILO nn H In ' "THE BLESSINGS 'OF GOVERNMNT, LIKE THE tfcYS ÖF HEAVIER SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jackso.v. A Family Newspaper? levotcd to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and domestic News. v.'i Voume 1 Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday May 7, 185L Number 16. nn PLY 'fl - i , " .. . - - 1 j v .1 1 I 4 V;-'-1 i . '.V j r a- 'II. 1 ,'r i i -".'.At THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. If paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing,) ------ $1,50. If paid within'six months, - - - S$2,00. If delayed after that time, - - - $2,30. UThe above terms will be strictly adhered to positively.. 7Town subscribers, who have their paper Seft by the Carrier, will be charred Fifty cents i-n Edition to tire subscription price. 5j"No paper will be discontinued until all sarreflMsres are paid, unless at tire option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising. Adve...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 7 May 1851

THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1851. DEMOCRATIC CONTEXHOX FOB THE Ninth Congressional District, Pursuant to authority vested in the undersigned, by the last Congressional Convention, notice is given, that a Con vention of Delegates from the several Counties in the District, will be held on Thursday, May 22d, at PLYMOUTH, for the purpose of nominating a Candidate for Congress, to be supported at the August election. S. A. HALL, W. M, HARRISON, JOHN A. GRAHAM, THOS. JERN1GAN. Central Committee. April 23, 1851. Signs of the Times. The leaders of the "Whig party seem to vary a good deal l n opinion as to their nominee for the next Presidency. The friends of Fillmore feel indignant that his claims are so completely overlooked, while Webster, fears that, even with the aid of Federal "blue lights" he never can and votes enough, south o "Mason &. Dixon's line," to elevate him to the station which has formed his thoughts by day nnd dreams by night for the last five-and-t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 7 May 1851

Fct the Plymouth nioti A Tew IScasbii? Why the provision cf the nti& Consti tution for the exclusion of Negroes from the State should be adopted The long agitated, and much abused question of abolition of slavery in the U nited States, is so situated; that it is al most impossible to talk upori the subject with any thing like a fair chance of be ing understood; but, trusting to the Ac knowledged ability of your readers, and the quick perception" naturally belonging to the American peoplei I shall endeavor to jot down a few idea, founded upon principles, which I think, cannot fail to address themselves to every candid mind, as truth. Principle, like science, is e ternal, and appeals to the Reason; where it always leaves its impress and if it is rtad or heard by one on whom it has no effect, argumertt of any kind would be useless; for Reason is so hid by prejudice, end erroneous opinions, founded upon arguments drawn from false premises in thefirst place, that no appeal can be mad...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 7 May 1851

P O ET S ' CO Fl N E R. Keep it Before the People. Keep it before the people That the earth was made for man, That the flowers w ere strown And fruits were grown To Mess and never to ban; Tr at sun aud rain And corn and grain Are yours and mine, my brother Free gifts from Heaven, And freely given To one as well as another! Keep it before the people. That man is the image of God, Whose limbs or soul You may not control With shackle, or shame, or rod! We may not be sold For silver or gold Neither you nor , my brother, For freedom was given. By God from Heaven, To oae us well as another! Keep it before the people That famine, and crime and wo Foiever abide. Side side by side. With luxury's dazzling show; That Lazurus crawls From Dive's halls. And starves at his gate, my brother: Yet life was given, By God from Heaven, To one as well as another! Keep it before the people That the laborer claims his meed The right cf soil, And the right to toil, From spnr and lridlc freed; The right to b...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 14 May 1851

i ' 5 1: 1D LOT V "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jackso.v. A Family IVcvvspapcr: clcvo:cl to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. TW Tr JL jljL u 1 PI Y 1 fij I TH ! 'S v i i - 1 A . - i ( '.J 4 t . - . r1 ' i A', I 7 i ; . 'I Vollme 1. THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published tvery Wednesday, by! JOHN u. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana -TIT JFZ !ELCL O S! ja 9 If paid m advance, (or within two months af:er mbscrlbin?,) $1, (). If paid within six months, - - - 82.00. Ifdelaye 1 after t! at ture, - - - SVIO. 33""The above terras will be strictly adhered tn D-Hfiticelir- rjx Town subscriber., who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents in addition to the Kubserip ion price. j JTNo paper will be discontinued until all: !. .. ! 1,... .tl u nnfivi nf tlnl arrenraes are pai 1, uiiicoA ai n. -...w. w pullUl.er. Terms of Adve rlisin?. Advertisements ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 14 May 1851

THE PILOT. rLYMOi'TJI, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, WAY 14, 1851. Ilcmcmbcr flic Convention, To beheld in PLYMOUTH, on Thursday. Slay 22, 151, For the purpose of nominating a Dem ocratic candidate to represent this Dis trict iu Congress. Turn Out! Turn Out! Fellow-Democrats! The occasion is an important one, and vie hope to see a i full Convention. Drowning ?fcn Catch ut Mraivs. Some scribbler, who is ashamed to put his real name tohi3 communication!;, but skulks under the signature of "Yindex," ia abusing Dr. Fitch in the South Bend Register. The editor of that paper is highly pleased, of couse, with this at tack on the Doctor, rolls it "as a sweet morsel under his tongue" and, to give currency to 'VindexV abuse, Mr. Col tax has ceii proper to puff him through bis editorial columns. In order to give importance to this attack upon Dr. F. the editor of the Register has started the extremely silly story, that Dr. Fitch iTilorula r r n 1 7i rw ? n elf T 1" Tili! .. . . j last effort, it strikes...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 14 May 1851

m-U-'H:JflC UL-B American dootls at the AVorlds Fair. A correspondent of the New York Commercial. writing from London on the j red on the Rail Pwoad at Geneva, While unpacking of American articles for exhi-, the Express train was waiting for thac bition, at the World's Fair says: ! conimodatioii train, it was run into at 'In nothing, however, do we excite so j the height of its speed by the latter, much surprise as in our India rubber ! smashing five cars to attorns, killing one goods. This is a thing almost unknown J in England, the convertibility of India ; rubber into almost any conceivable thing- j Coning & Co., had both legs smashed, ami on earth! 'Good heavens! what is thii, hassiuccdied; S. 15. Scott, Kenosha, Wig and this, and this?' were exclamations I ! consin, both legs smashed; Mr. Petrie, constantly heard, as case after case of the j Milwaukee, another, name not known, almost iufinite varietv was opened. In ! was thrown from the car and seriously Djguerreotypes, thr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 14 May 1851

3 JPTSJ COSI ER Village Courtsbip. Tapping at the window. Peeping at the blind: 'Tis xeaily most surprising. He never learns to mind! Twasouly yesterday evening, As in the room we sat. lily mother aikcime sharply 'Tray, Mar, ho is that?" TTho's that, indeed! you're certain IIo'A'much she made me start, Men seem to lose their wisdom, "Wfcene're they lore their fcca-tt! Yes there he is I tee him; The lamp his shadow throws Across the curtained window; He's stepping cn his tees! He'll never think of tapping Or making any din; A knock, though e'en the slightest. Is worse than looking in! Tap! tap! would any think it; He never learns to mind; Tis turcly most surprising He thinks my mother blind. 'Tis plain, must goto him; It's no use now to cough; 11 open the door just softly, Ii but to send him off. Tis well if from the door step, He be not shortly hurled Oh, men, there ne'er was trouble 'Till ye came in the world. Tapping at the window, And peeping o'er the blind; Oh man, bat you're a ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
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