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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1855

WEEKLY IND ANA mim SENT "t1 PI . WILLIAM J. BROWN AND G. P. 1SUKLL, EDITORS? PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, ATTWO DOLLAIISA YEAR, INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. AUSTIN II . RROWN & CO., PROPRIETORS VOLXIV. INIMAN A rOLI SVT UIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1655. NO. 40 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY AUSTIN H. BROWN ft CO., SATURDAY MORNlNG FEBRUARY 10, 1855 The Russian War - Colt's Revolvers. We noticed a statement a short time since that Col. Colt had denied the charge that he had furnished revolvers to the Emperor of Russia. In the following letter, however, written by Henry Evans, Esq., a resident of St. Petesburg, to the New Bedford Mercury we find a confirmation of the orignally rumor ; All the troops that have been quartered in this city, Ru a, Reval, and along the coast of Finland, are now in full march for the Crimea and Austrian frontier. The Russian army now in the Crimea is about 120,000 strong, and I am told that it will be increased to 300,000 by the first of January....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1855

4 STATE SENTINEL '.Yil. J.BROWN AND G. P.BUKLL, Ep;tors SATUHDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10, 1855 UjWH1TE WRAPP. RS. I'enunt receiving thel pprila Wkif Wrapptn, will plfie take notice that heir subscription i due, and If they wih their paper continued. thejr mutt renew it at once by tenuiug the moneyhj mail. The Free Bank. We ask the indulgence of our readers, and especially the members of the General Assembly whilst we review the system of Free Banking which has so far been a system of Free swindling. We know this is rather a strong expression, but in these times it is not best to mince words. Plain truths should be spoken in plain language. By the depreciation of this Shinplaster cttrrency the people of Indiana have been defrauded out of more than a million of dollars. This amount has been taken from the pockets of honest men who "eat their bread by the sweat of their brows," and transferred to the vaults of the Bankers, who have, so far, dodged that universal curse pronounced on man at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1855

STATE SENTINEL I a. it Legislative Summary. Saturday, February 3X Senate Reports were ma le against amending the law in relation to justices, to as to provide for commitment for fin and costs ; and against the expediricy of allowing parties to swear to their book accounts. Bills authorizing Recorders and Count Surveyors to issue fee bill.; to regulate the taking of appeals from the Court of Common Pleas; to amend the 211th section of the act to revise the rules, pleading3, fcc., in Courts ; to authorize the recording of patents tf laul, and a joint resolution on the subject of Slavery, were introduced. On motion of Mr. Suit, the Senate adjourned until Monday at 2 o'clock. IIocse. A number of bills were introduced and the following passca; a bill fixing the time of holding Court of Common Pleas in the counties of Laporte, Forter and Lake; a bill declaring when laws shall bo in force. The afternoon was consumed in the disposition of bills on their second reading, and without clearing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 10 February 1855

STATE SENTINEL. For the Satitinet. Review of the CuTency. The money crisis of the times is not one of words, but of deeds. Its work of desolation is rapidly pervading every avenue of trade and every ramification of business " leaving not a rose of the valley to tell where the garden had been." In reviewing the sub ject, the past and the present must be carefully considered pointing out the evils and bringing them forward as beacon lights to guide our footsteps in th hidden future. The State Bank and Branches of Indiana were established on sound principles and well adapted to the demands of its period, and capable of performing all that v. as expected by its organization. Man was created in the likeness of his Maker for a noble end, but his brow was soon tarnished by transgression; and so with the fiscal institutions under notice they too have transgressed and set up a rule for themselves and by subterfuge, (more cunningly devised than the sewing of figleaves,) in the similitude of b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1855

V 1- 7 V 7 WEEKLY WILLIAM J. HltiiW.V AND G. P. HUKLL, EDITORS. VOL. XIV. ff t E K L VST AT K S E NT I tN EL, AUSTIN H. BEOWW fc CO., SATJSOAT MOSNiHS. L ZUnarka la the House, on the Temperance Bill, february 8th, 1855. The bill provides for the appointment of county ana township Agents t) sell spirituous liquors for poroses allowed, Mr. McMarraj moved to o change this part, that all persons, who wished to, might sell under the provisions of the bill. Mr. McMurray said that the reason assigned by those who favored the bill as it cow is, was that a similar provision was incorporated in the prohibitory laws of other States. But these States are eastern, and might suit the views of their citizen?, but our people are different tl ey come from all pointo and entertain conflicting views and sentiments. Our people are opposed to this Agency system. As an evidence of thi, he had recently received letters from a number of his constituent, and had seen many of them here, and rot one approved ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1855

4 sv SI ATE SENT I A EL v.-a. J . HUOWN AND Q. P. DUELL, Eq;?om SATURDAY MOBNING .FEBHUAKT 17, 18.V jfj WHITE WfiAPr KS rronireceinij thl yapertln Wkitt ItraprtTs, will plfe take lice U.t heir tubacripliouU due, and if they wiS tbeir paper toutlBUcU.lhey mut renew it at once by enuingth Biwjf hy nwil. Ths Bsign of Fusion- 5. DEMOCRACY AND THE PREACHERS. There are a aort of men mhose visages Do cream and mantle like a Handing pond, At d do a willful stillness cn frtain, With purpose to be dressed up in an opinion OT wisdoiu, g rarity, ami profound conceit ; Aa who should aay, I mm Sir Ortclt, And when I ope my lips let 4og hrh I In religion, What d d error but some aober brow Will bless i', and approve it with a text Hiding the groeiieM with fair ornament ! We notice an attempt oa the part of several of the Fusion papers to create the impression that the Democratic members of the Legislature are disposed to teflect in their conduct upon the sacred character of ministers of the Gospel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1855

STATE SEiTLEL LegidatiTa Summar y. Frulvj Feb. 9 Sexate. Petitions were presented by Messrs. Richardson of St. Joseph, arvl Barnett. The committee on the State Prison reported in favorof the claim of Samuel Patterson rgainst the State. Bill reported for the appointment of a State Geologist. T'le bill providing for the elrction of U. S. Senator failed on ita third reading for lack of a constitutional majority. Bills were introduced for the relief of the borrowers of the school funds to confirm titles to lands in certain cases. Bill creating the 12th judicial circuit, with the amendment of the ilous, was taken up and discussed tntil the hour of adjournment. In the afternoon, the bill creating the 12ih judicial circuit, as amended by the House, passed. The bill for straightening he Kankakee river, &c, failed again for want of a constitutional majority. Bills were introduced, extending the admissibility of records in evidence; to amend the act incorporating the Franklin and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 17 February 1855

STATE SENTINEL. ORE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER ATLATIC. Advance in jlour and grain Tlte LoiuLn money market tighter British funds loxcer Resignation of Lord John Russell. New Yobk, Friday, Feb. 9. Th steamer Atlantic, with advice from London and Liverjool to Saturday, the 27th ult., arrived oflf the mouth of the harbor at o'clock last night, but, owing to the bad weather, was unable to get over the bar until this morning. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Liter root Market, Jan. 26. There has been a fair demand for Breadstuff during the week, with increased activity toward the close, and price of all kinds closed at an advance. The improvement in Fluur may be set down at 6d. bbl; in Corn at 6d9d. quarter, and in Wheat 2d3d. bushel, at which advance the market c osed firmer. At London, under the influence of the advices from Vienna, the Money market had become more stringent, and rates ot discount had slightly advanced. Consols were unsettled, and having fluctuated conside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1855

5994.3 fffff w 5 I A 1 .Ipj "PIT JJ JLlo ) WALKER & T. B. IIOLCOMBE, EDITORS. VOL. XIV. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY! MORXKfv AT T?0 DOLLARS j A YEAR. :: IG. AY. COTTOM, PUBLISHER INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, TIIURSDV -MORNING,- MARCH 8, 1855. NO. 42 .y u y vv i y ST VTK Sr TI r I I niake use of them in pouring suWriw-rs to J'V- ;.W Thtnl'H .Jfr-, n .TTanc tho Stlitnw. No mot 'rii mi TWO lOF.IArkS PKU YEAH, J V.v Kl.ABLY IX ADVANCE. j-p .U .-rv, :v-i-riiJ, WALKKR & COTTOM, tadiaaapoli, Intl. TMt K-'f VY iiOSIJiG. .MARCH 1, 1855 i (.1 V Salutatory. I:i ;.- :. ti!!T the first number of the Sent.ue!, 'iuJ.t-r our inaiiaTenient, to our patrons am! t!ie :,!!:,', we beg leave to refer to the Po pectus ;., c ntaiaing an exposition of the plans and prrp4ses we entertaiuod in taking t h.ir, of it ' We are tons. ims of our inability to reach that n:i..irl of ideal excellence with which .i t n5 "..- joaruil should be conducted; but zeal aud d. licence nhall not be wanting, anil w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, Fthlimhtd trrry Thmrmttmtf .Tf onx-, mn m Mmmmoth &tiftj mt - ! TWO DOLLARS' PER YHU, l.NVAEUBLY IN AUVAXCK. 2j AJ.lrfs, P.t-tii.!, WALKER & COTTOM, Iultaiuiiolla, Ind. TJU KsnAY MORXI.NO. MARCH 1855 -I 4. - --Religion Prejudices. vHeligious prejudices have been appealed to ' by the new organization, and the ghost of Po- Urinal Popery evoked to frighten the. timid. Ve. use the word ghost designedly, because ; .. y e verily believe, that Popery as a political vr jHwethai, no longer an existence; and we 5 use the phrase, Political Poperyr in order to ' ' "indicate that Ave mean no disrespect to the t ,'. nm:in Catholic faith, of which it becomes . U-N ii-public journalists, representing the po- ; . "'litical opinions of :m Any believers therein, - - to a rite as courteously as of any Protectant , '. ,., denomination.' ill-guided religious enthusiasm is to be espeeiallv deprecated. , Like Alecto, as des- ' crilvd in the vKnead, it arrays b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1855

VEEKLY STATE SENTINEL or re News Brevities. The Madison Hotel ia offered for aale Qjr Navigation La been ieumed upon the Oiii river. CT The Sute debt of Indiana amount to OTr $7,000,000. "OT Unity Social Degree, No. 5, meet at their Hall this evening. "'. CtT'The Sunday mail over the Ohio Central Railroad has been discontinued. CT" Th femlxniu are again running be- . tweea JtfiVrsonvillo and Louiaville. &r Life aud Beauties of Fanny Fern, " at Stewart & Bowexs Bookstore. OCT To make hens lay perpetually, hit them u CTack. on the head with a bi club. CO- The Kckkels are giving concerts in Madison. Wheu will they be up thi way ? (r Otwat Cvrrt, the distinguished poet and editor, died in Marysville.O on the 19th ult fj"The Reliance Mutual Insurance Company of New York city, have stopped buai07" The Crawfonlsvilla Review says that an old line Whij aper is to be started in that place. ' . , 07" Gr;en peas, corn, fresh turnip, and strawberries are among the delicac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1855

WKKKLY STATE SENTINEL YOUXJ AGAIN. An M maa sit in a nijrU-backed chair Before mil open door. While the sun of a mimmer'i afternoon Falls hot aero the lloor; And the drnsrsT tick of an ancient clock Hs notched the hour of four. A Imu U.iwa iu and a breeze blow out. From the svetileU summer air; And it flutters now ou his wriukted brow, Ami no U lift bis hair; Ami the leadea lid of hw eye droop down. And be sloie in hi bigta-backed chair. The oi l man sU-cpa, and the old man dreams, His head droo ou hi breast, Hi hands relax their f.Wo bold, A ml U to In Up in rot ; The old man sleeps, and In sleep he dream. And in dream astin H blest. The year unroll their fearful scroll; He is a child aain; A mother' tones are in hi ear, And drift acrosa hit brain; He chase raudv butterflies Far down liie rolling plain. He plucks the wild mw In the wood, And rather eglantine. And hold the rolden buttercup Beneath hi iter's chin; A ml amrle in the meadow look W lib a bent and naked pin. He loiter do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1855

WEEKLY NB ANA k3ifft 1 111 QUI 1 1 1 1 x JUJ T J. C. WALKER & T. P. 110LC0MBE, EDITORS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, 7 AT TWOiDOLLVRS A YEAR. LC. W. COTT03I, PUBLISHER VOL. -XIV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDI ANA, THURSDAY . MORNING, MARCH 15, 1855. NO. 43 ? WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, tmr I- ml TWO DOLLARS Pi:it YKAH, INVARIABLY IN ADVAM'K. AJJr.-, Pt-iid, WALKER k COTTOM, IiitlntrtapoUH, Intl. T I THl Km PAY MORNING. ,.; MARCH LV, V J. 1 I". Kossuth and his Letter. K.suth has eeently written a letter to the New York Ti,s, which displays no ability in its composition, but ietrays some bitterness in its spirit This has Wen made the ground fur unnecessary v it miration of fallen greatness. But Americans should not le unjust, because Kossuth is unreasonable. To jnd.ce iuiTurtially of another, ourownunder- - standing should be placed at the point from which he tike the views which compose his "" system ; and we should -adopt, for a moment, his previous opinions and prepossessions. Let...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1855

-a 1 I WKEKlTsTVTE . SEXTIXEL, frnmll mhfM mmmrmj TAm-tW .Hrmm , mt m .Ham Km4h A.Wf, mil two pollviis run ykar, 1NYAKIAI5LY IN APVANCE. 7 Addre, Post-paid, W UK K R A CO TTOM, Indianapolis, lud. THVRSI1AY MORNING.. .MARCH lj, l&V, Senatorial. ; The fiilure ..- elect a ' fkii:t..r nait W i chared on the fui..n j.arty. ' It rtevol ve.1 on this L'-islatttrr to determine the mr1e of c-lec-tinn fx-i'-mir l-ix- In. I L.fr fl..-. ,.-..-.... n ' .v.. ..... v it. III. II lUtUll'l vjsru. The Senate irof.sil a i.lan, l.y concurrent vote, which is consulorc.l l.y the fir-t jurists, of the country -is tii only le'itinuto one. LuL Sentinel. Both of onr youn fricniln of the Stat rijan will live to lo ashamed of the above jar?,icrilh, utile- they are very unfortunate and die youiii. Cu-ntlemeii ns' intelli'r-n. as V s. . A 1 , 1 , . 1 I uu-v are, mihi Know mat tlierc Das ken no ,;,,,) ,:.Ti,tj flf ,i, statutory law since the adoption of the now Constitution tlie sul'jett of electing l ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL News Bicvities. 07" Navigation hns opened on the Walesa ami Erie Canal. 07"C;il w selling in Nashville at fifty OCT The W?st capital for a younvj man U a eajiit.! you"i wife. OCT Mr- F.vvtk is hchlii.j: a Musical Convention at Ltfivette. The Circuit Court of Mi.uat County, iiHiiineiue next Mon.lay. (7- One-h:ilt" of tlie Wheeling Time estaMislinient is offorvil rorsale. ft"" The nuMieatiou of the Terre Hnute Daily Prairie City has Wen resumed. . 07" An intorehtin revival of religion is in i.ngn'ss at the M. K. Church, in Lafayette. ("cr" Suit"ect of the Lecture at Concert Hall this (Friilay) Kveninij Man's Final Destiny. Or The I)nlii.Mie'7V"welioiti the name of Hon. WiLiUM II. Seward, for the Presvleiiov. "c7 Col. M. P. -OrxTRV has announce.! hiiuvtf a' cuu.l'uljite for Governor of Tennessee. .. J7" It is sai.l that the tUshm war has alrea.lr canse.l eleven thoijsanil widows in Kn?lauil. 07" Can.li.lat.-s will ;.xi medium through t'lentsehcs, ... ijC" Yankee B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL IS MKMOKIA.M. r . evekv. I. ALs ! alt '. how ?; m. iii'' a tiling i man ! Ho feeble oft and yet bow strong the ftn-e 1 tutt widens out or narrow b lit'e-sjoiii Arrest hi lrrt, or peed him on hi course. . -Mysterious power! Mysterious In iu urv'. Yet guided ever by an un-ecn hand. TtiAl can the int 'from II clay tllvonv. " Or we.l litem with an -nt n riuij tsvri.l, Thousrti pestilence runt war spread over all the land. it. Lo! tho wrecked s aiuan. on a tl.uttiiig mr, fruits! by the eleineuts hungry, and dull Through sunlo days, aiul uigbi without ir. Life, ne'er desert him, and h linger still. j Kn lii own B.-sh he irna extreme! ill ! And yet survive a thousand hardslit more : At tinioiT yr-ftr. when, children's children dll His pipe, b tell them tal' of sea ami shoreAdventures of hi youth, twuiiti them or anl o'er. III. Not iUiU Uiy tale! wti.e spirit wa loo pure for coiutnou wcdl.wk wild ile human dust; In vomit' glad prime, w hen life secin'd nioal secure, W ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1855

WEEKLY NDIA.NA nrnrn SEN r 1 NE Jo J. C. WALKER 4 T. B. 1I0LCOMBE, EDITORS. PUBLISHED EVE11Y THURSDAY MORNING, AT TWO DOLLARS A YEA I!. VOL. XIV IC. W. COTTO.M, l'L'BLMER INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1835. NO. u WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL, Pmhllahtd tttrtf Thttrmtlmtt .If rSf-, mm m ,JlmmTWO DOLLARS PEIl YEAH, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. JTJ7 A J.lresn, P.l-.ai.l, WALKER A COTTOM, ImlunttrMtli, Inl. J. C. WALKER, Pr.ij.ri.IUir. Democracy in England. Many causes have combined to make England conservative. The existence of an hereJiUry nobility is only one of these. A more powerful influence exerted by her educated men, and esi.eeially Ly her great writers, whose works were the fun tains of thought from. which the whole nation drew intellectual supplies. It is only necessary to name Hume, Gibbm, Johnson, Darke, and Sir Walter Scott ; all of whom ha.l such dread of new r . lies that they jeferred to abide any amount of old evils. The excesses of the 6rst English revolution,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1855

11 lis din to the Constitution a the utariaer clingi to Ui last Unk when the night and the tfin'x-tt close arouiM hiiii." INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY MORXIXG MARCH ?, li3 Death of Nicholas. This news, l.rought by the Africa, U of the highest interest, jn every respect. The jres ut Czar, Alexander, is said to be an amiable, but not an energetic man. It would be idle to sjieculateon the probable change which mav be produced iu the condition of Europe by this sudden appearance of the King of Terrors to claim hi share of influence on the destinies of nations. We should feel grateful that, in our country at least, the great questions of peace or war are not dependent on the life or death f auv one man. u the death of A lex an deb and the renunciation of Constantine, NVhola succeeded Foreign Influence. j The Four Points. It is alleged that American Liberty is to be ! Our readers will lind Wlow the Four Points, subverted bv foreign influence. Foreign fid- i which have leen so much talked and wr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1855

AS WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL (gj" Our lieiiiiVrs tf the Journal have J procured a new " heml " for their iaicr, and ; , . . . .1 1 . I,, fill 1' iainiJV iinrn'.vu i..- til aov v. In (ieorgi the ieAch trees were in lull ' 11 ii . . ti 'Nd, i.it Xkw Albany ash Sanmky U.n.itoAi. Mossum on the .mii tut. . i Tlu iiniui:il leimrt of this coiiiiuiiiv was iiiil- (ttr An iu,i..rtant Mut under the l-rei'in , . .. , ' ' ' , , . , , . lr.o- nn I lisne.l at ieiiinn, mine ev Airninv iritune UMlrDr i.Vl urv men .i . . - l l . 1 PROSPECTUS or i nr I DAILY AND WKKKLY INDIAN1 STATE SENTINEL.!.. J. C.Hulki-i A. T.H. llolrombo,K.lilor.: 'pin: i-xi).- m(jm:u iir.MT.c : rn i.-' (" 1 I announce Unit hev hav e purchased the Iniuim Tues-Iav. U seems that a U.iuor M-ner i vi oM a man brandy, from the effect of hich lie fell into the canal, causing congestion, from hich he died. The jury awarded the plaintiff, (widow of the deceased,) dances to the an.ouutoftyW.-rtf". A righteous vvr.liet. St S. IVxx, Treasurer o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1855

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Poetry Thoso persons who have jeruscl the ernenations of the gifted pen of Erxf.stisk, aa published in the La Porte Tunes and other papers throughout the State, will rejoice with in the assurance that our young and accomIheJ writer will now and then contribute some of the choice productions of her muse to the columns of the Sentt'nef. We know of but few young ladies ofecpnal merit and genius, as a writer of toetry, with our fair contributor, on whose richly jewelled thoughts come to us now, radiant with the light of other, brighter days : For the Ihily State Sontint'l. A LESSON OF LIFE. pon the ocean h-ain breast. I t a tost a Ion and fragile bark : Agaiust il side the wild waves prest, A hove it lowered the tempest dark. 3ut oVr ttw water, far away. The beacon-light it radiance shed, Ami guided by ils cheering ray. Onward the'frail bark, lightly pcl. Katbiug the billow angry Ktam, At length the danger all are pant. AihI anchored safely now at home. It rest in ...

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