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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 April 1843

reri rtcf leas' rlct, itu' 'cm. Rsj aVc inj ,for COMMBIA DEIH0CR1T. f V.)',. .i'n t ut. Wr&y& vknok tte Attn tifft&v tnwti W 4verV te'ffi b'r t-VVV 'tfft feitfi fe&)-.'AJmto Am. ;4 11 ' i i i ' i i i . . 1 i i i ii t Vi i i VoluniC Vff; IVuiubter 'CS ft. THE 1 K ' . office OF tnij iMiomtM VttbsiTa SiS Pmju's Ciiuttcir, Maw 5TAc COlVMliM DE-MOClMTutilk miL1! mL.l ........ .o.. t. t . cutr.y uaiurcrrev tnormnoi tit r, v- iii,Hiiu.jcr annum piiyuuii 'half yearly in udvUnct, vr Two Motion Fittv OentS if not naidititflihi f!, w, " u j " . 'iVo subscription ivitl be taktnfor fo shorter period than sin moiWw; nor any disccn 'tinuancc permitted uM'xl all arrearages 'are dischargelU ADVERTISEMENTS nb Mmdthg fe square tDill bl tonspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three imtrli'onss and Tu)entgfiM ceiili for every sltbse. quent ilscflioni fccyVi libb'al discount made to those ilbno advertise by the year. oci unto aaaressca on otmiiwsi must L . ....... oe post jimin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 April 1843

iiousEoV Represent ATfyiss. '"Mondxt, AprU 3,843.' -BRIBERY REPORT- he'cbrnmillec in'eonformity to a icsolu oi ofiho House of RepresentaYives.on the 31st of March, 1843, "to examine whether certain members of the Board of Canal Commissioners have held out inducements and bribes, to members df the Legislature to corrupt themi end thereby inrlucnco their votes on certain measures pending1 before the Legialature,""beg most respectfully to re port: Tlia conifniltee to whom the nbove nub ject was referred, submit to' thojllouse, the evidence touching the charge which it was raised to investigate. The committee con fined their investigations to the Individual case which elicited the attention of the House, to the, charges of interference on Tthe part of tho officcrs-of Government; with the votes and opinions of Members of the 'Legislature. They djd not fee) themselves authorised to extend their inquiry beyond the instance alluded to. Enough however lias been given in evidence on oath befo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 April 1843

btSGACEFuL s v . : ! The Legislature, during 'the present ecso jon, his been the scene of severhl quarrels between members most Uisgraceful- - to themselves and tlio state, and on Saturday last, another of thu most outrageous charac ter occurred on the floor of the house, the particulars of which wo give below from the Keystone of that day. PERSONAL RENCONTRE Wo regret to state that a personal itc romre i)i seiious r,naracier iook piaco on the floor of the House nf RepresenUtives 'this (Saturday) forenoon, during its session, Hie particulars of which, so far as we could ascertain them, arc something like the following: Mr. Bratton, (he Editor of the 'State Capitol Gazette, came into the House about ten o'clock and was standing near ihe lire place on the left of the Speaker's chair, when Mr Edward McGowan, a member from Philadelphia county, came up.to him with the Gazette in his hand, and asked if he was the authot of n certain article peisonal to Air. AftGowan. Mr. Bratton replied t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 April 1843

t ! POETRY WOMAN'S HEART, oor Wearied thing I why ntoorneat thdu So bitterly above The wreck of dieama of huppiiKn, Tlio broken chainVoMoveT Thy hope? have been too brightly bcffn, Tinged with too fond a light To live amid (he cold world's icorh Unfadcd by -its blight Thou haar givert'cYe'ry thohg'h't'&'f (hfriS l'o tine who has but filled Thy trusting heart with agony That never may bo Milled-? No, never tho the kiss of love Be pressM'tipon thy 'brow, And thou may'Mnmile Vihthanking'fyi Still (halt thou mourn ai now. rlas! weak 'woman 'thnu rrius't!ben& In silence 'nealli the pain, "Given for ihy purest lovo on earth In hope'-for'oy again; 'fisar on, 'tis Ihinn to bear thy life Must shrouded be in sorrow, 'Or.eleep and dream as thou art wortt ' Of bliss to nmile to-mortow. 'TwM'ill for heVthat (hart 'tert 'ibrmrf& Within thy heart to hide Such patient lave.'erac had'st thou made Wisdom thy ipureruide t 'Weep weep, -ftive "voice tmto fhy$Tirfr Thou cherrslid 'one youth, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 April 1843

TEE COLlIlIfilA 1 i s?gigpjsjsjpjptf ' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BV II. WEBB. ' Volmhc VI. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Orros, St. Paul's Cnuncn, Main-st TERMS : ,,Sw UiMBIA MMOCIt JIT will be u ir v jjuJjLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or TwoWlar, mjty Lents, if not paid within the. No subscription will be taken for a shorter - momns; nor any discon tmttrinr.fi n,v.'..r ......i .. ,. V"" wuu au arrearage ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding XJ L,, 7 coPCUombJ led at iur inejirst tliree i7iscrlions and Twenty.five cents for every subse ,jau nxeriion. gc?Vi liberal discount me ,0 uwse loiw advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on busmess, must jus i jiaiu. PREDISPOSITIOxV OR F.1.1IIt,V ZtlSTlSS'CTIO.V, W1.ITTE NFOn" W,,U. STATES SATUJIJUT TO UVWOSEPII JXtTIIIAS, AUTHOR ui' 'UJ.Altj i;iNCOLN,' 1NDI AN'S REVENGE,' ETC. ETC. "The mate for beaut Blionld be a'mroi, and not a money citcstr Richelieu. (Concluded.) 4 'At in? expense of happiness light and nonor! said Leoline, meekly. There, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 April 1843

L&LESlVFROftl CHItf A TREMENDOUS RIOT IN CANTON. By an arriv&I at Now York wo have Cinton dates to Dec. 13th, which is two weeks later than our previous advices. The principal, and indeed the only item of "tiews is an account of a great riot and im rhenso destruclian of property in Canton, which we subjoin. After reading it, we hope nur readers will no longer deny that Si the Chinese are civilized, fur it will bo ob- I .'Har1 it. a I Y .uiVm rit ! ft ht"b nt tXtmlm rtnliriU I t , . . . . r . , i u r; i ir.ii iiidt aiic; umlii i 1.1a ui iumi ituiiLiu 10 lunon tne most 'approved plan 01 modern nations, viz; 'that which will allow the ,.hOio mischief desired by the people to bo consummated befdre llld preventive machinery can be brought in play. It would also seem that the Chinese mob have by no means becamb friendly to for eigners In their feelings. The attempt to break over an old prejudice carrying by f foreign ladies loCanton a thing forbidden by immemorial custom and deep ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 April 1843

dhehrred sent lo nbrt A,. ... imi innk ..r, iBill Horn tho Senmo harteHhc farmers Bni' Mechanics' dpi P hiItlef',a anu lno 8J1" pasteu nil fin teadin8 without amend iispqu ly the amendments or So. into In.'DMnvnraltv rn nllnrtntlnir ihn fol ' manks. were concuried in, viz. i. n .... ... I. Or liiltilicrn uiuciucni uuuiuoi Fauirrs' Bank of Bucks County, .K. , n . It,. ariiwrp uanK oi ivuhuihk. i uu uuui acli is extended for Ave years. na ttora nti apni in inn witvprnnr. u v.- -.. ... SENATE, io Governor informed that ho has sign. id it fliviil ncr ihn Htnln into sanatoria Representative Districts. ' m h i in erect a now cotintv out oi nans Jefferson, Clearfield and McRean, pas final reading. I1MHII1R lilt! llitllri Ullia IIICIIIIUIII.U uwuiut Senate passed tho Delaware County u monieomery vjuuihv uauna, uu osm iem to the House. April 10. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The House then took up tho Genera' ppropnalion JJill ana alter vanouBiy amendins the same, passed It iinaiiy, anu ir.t it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 April 1843

POET&Y. THE SURF. Oh, bright tie the waves at they dance , . along. And merrily roll they by: Aim tney sing to the liitener's ear a song yjl tne sweetest melody They dash on (he shore with a gleesome laugh. And roll on the se again, Oh a bumper red and full we'll quarT To llie waves of the bounding main Ye've come from the land of the southern sea. To a cooler, rougher clime And the foam on your glittering crest, you nave won From the hoary locks of Time. For you've roved for ages all unloldt "With a wavingplume of snow, And mingled the gorgeous sheen of gold With the hues of the covenant bow. You've clasped in your stern and cold embrace Thejwarrior's mailed form) And swept o'er his lonely resting place In your panoply of storm. Z nave kissed, in your gentle muN muringe, 'The cheek of the lovely dead, And a requiem wild your, rippling sings, As you.roll above their bed. You're, rolling now, with your hoary 10CKS Yet dancing on your brow; And the sea-bird to. your lullaby rocks,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1843

ill itmonm. id I t have swottt .upon the Altai" of God, eternal hostility to every form df Tyranny over the Mind of M an." Yhoinhs Jfcfletnon 1" M PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BV II. WEBB, Velunic VII. BliOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY APRIL, 29, 1843 , timber I .OFFICE. OF THE DEMOCRAT QprofliTE ST. Paul's 'Church, Main-bt TEEMS: The COL VMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars fifty vents, if not paid within the year. Ifo subscription will, be taken for a shorter .-... f. j ii.. . ..Ji. 'j? jicifuu iiiun a ix, iiiumwsj iwr any aiscon tihuance perinitled, Until all'arrear ages are uncharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will'be conspicuously inserted, at une-tioiiarjor.tlie Jirst.lhr.ee insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every . subse quent nsertion. ICT A liberal discount made to those'who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From a late Foreign ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1843

t. re in fad, the pooplo'bf; Pennsylvania',; when it' too often happens theynre qiitto difTeicnt things. Unfair "apportionment bills accidents APOSTACY or decep tion may fill the legislative seats with mem bers who do not represent the wanta, and opinions offlhe people.' Sir. what Governor o( Pennsylvauia.ever before charged the representatives of the people with usurpation? It has been reset v. d for tho ignoniinous closo of David ft. Porter's administration. Usurpation! would, that for the dignity of his station he had reserved .that word, If this Hall be not the niece to carry dut tho popular will alien sir, where is it? In the Executive chamber? The Executive sits in his cham ber and lo retain his political ineiwmenis, charges 4ho peoples lieprcsenlaiives with usurpation impugns.ll;eir motives i Yee, sir.and in language that cannot be mistaken. Who, sir that is familiar with English His tory does not know thai the .corrupt the .imbicile the weak the .degenerate King .John was fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1843

1 REMOVAL AND, NEW, COUNTY. . . Both these measurei'jhavo bWn defeated, Ir. Snyderyout Representative in the pop- sr branch of the Legislature, ill pursuance of the instructions given him by his con .iluients.inlroduccd a bill removing the.seal frnm n,n!li, Tt n-iocp,! itiat hndv bv a large majority,- in laci, me " . . f . . I I n nanvillo faction, aia'ed by 'senator Headley, vein unable to mcke even a show of resis tance. It went to the ucnate.and by a union V.t.. ...A..Aniainr Mmnvn ahr lltn Irintirla ! (,( divison,lhe removal was voteu uown anu ... , . .1 i , I.- kill r.r.eco.1 'Pirn ft-invilln I iui"""" ' , faclion.finUing senator lieautoy liau.wrougn his treachery and deception, progressed thus fur Willi ins iniquitous opjeci, raiiyeu all their forces, for the purpose ot mamng a sel-loo upon Hie liooso ot representatives, lo carry the bill through that body. Judgo Donaldson, Peter BalUy, John Khoues.ami V. uesi, were ucspmcueu 10 numbing iur the. purposet and no means ii, their...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 April 1843

POETRY. From the N. Y. Sunday Mercury, WJIAT I LOVE. MACHINE rOETRY. I love (o see a flock of slieop Alt fecldingon Hie' mountain il love lo see a drunkard drink From out a living fountain; At fiist upon bis knees he gets, And then he sticks his nose in, But soon he slips, and then ker-souic; His head and -shoulders goes in. I love to see, with all my heart, Thotsun shine while'iis raining, il love to see arow Jacked up At a militia training; 1 love to see a table watched By civil, careful waiters; 9 lave to-see them fetch along The biggest kind of taters, ' 2 love to see trTinfluslrious tees All busy making honey, 1 love to Bte a man contrive All ways for making money., i love to see a lot of chaps Engaged in the midnight revel:' I love to see them let out loose, And g it like the devil! I love to hear old women talk- Thty do some lofty talking: I love to see defaulters walk They do some tallish walking: I love to hear at dead of night A glorious caterwauling; And O I love to hear ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1843

-1 THE oimiti DEIlOtlttT. I have stvorn upon the Altar or tidd, ctcriial hostility to every form of Tyranny dv6r tho Atlild dfian. Thomas Jefferson -A. Printed Afofl Published by h. webb Volume VII. BL.OOMSBURG4 COlilTMBIA COUNTY PA SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1843. Xumhar 8. 3 OFFICE -OF TJIE DEMOCRAT Opposite St. Paul's Church, Main-sT TEE.MS : The COL UMDIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than aix months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse. quent. nserlion. VCPA. liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business) must be post paid. THOMAS JEFFERSON. His agency in bringing about (he Re...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1843

OCCUPATION OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS -BY GR2ATBRITAIN. The btig Architect brings,, lho parl&ulars of the occupation ofthe Sandwicfrlslartds by the Brllisli Government. We copy from the,Picaytirier'tho following hbstfact or" lho official, correspondence between Lortl Geonjo Patriot, captain of" iho British man of war Carysfort, and lho Governor of Ganu. Differences having arisen Between the royal authorities of those islands and the Ti;.l r. l - c. .1 . nriusu uuusui, iir. simpson. ine non. Lord Georgo Patriot, "Captain of H. B. M. frigate Carysfort made a peremptory de mand upon tho Governor ofOaliu for a personal interview with the King of the Is lands. Tliin urns itnnn mi lho 1 I th nf PVli ruary last, and the King was at onco sent for. Ho declined a personal interview, but delegated a Dr. Judd to negotiate, Upon this Lord, George became indignant, and on the 17 th Feb, he sent an, ultimatum to the King.lhroatening immediate resoit to force linlp'R "nikrlfiin fnnrliltnna nmnnnnr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1843

A FATAL FIGHT IN A COURT ROOM,, The Canton fMiss.) Democrat of the 20 th ult. gfves the following account' of a fatal rencontre, In the' court room at that place:- 'We stop the press to announce tho fact ftuut miai iciivumiu uau jusij ihivcii In pur Court room durinu tho cession of the Court, between Mr. Jeremiah Ell'inK ton, and T- CJ. Tupper, Esq, Mr Tupper was addressing Ihe jury upon the trial of a riminal rasp, iti tvhitli Rllinctnn wia nrnspnntnr.aml wis rmnmnlltlhir IpmlimnlA. ,.. . .. .-fa. ly and properly upon :o evidence, when Fllinnliin ranm nn hehind lilm. nnil Klriint- Iiim twice or (thrice over the head with a huge slick. Mr. T. thereupon seized a ctwuiu iuu mat iajr iic.il mill, Willi WHICH he slabbed his antagonist under the left arm Mr. E. died in a few minutes after wards.' Perle.straini.im Frrt rannlinrtrii W o yesterday conveised. wilh a gentleman who nssured us jhat on Tuesday last lie left Baltimore, ul 0 o'clock A. Ah and walked trom ttience to Ulauensburg, Ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 June 1843

POETRY WHEN IS THE TIME TO DIE. I asked a glad and happy child, Whoso hands wete tilled with flowers, Whose ailvery Utogh rang Tree and wild Anionfe the vino wreath bowers; 1 crossed her euritly path and cried, When is the time to diet' 'Not yel l not yet 1' the child replied And swiftly bounded by. I asked a maiden) back she threw The tresses of her hair; briefs traces o'er her cheeks I knew, Liko pearls thpy glislaned there; A flush passed o'er her lily brow, I heard her spirit sigh ; 'Not now,' she ciied, 'O no; uot now, Youth is no time to die 1' I asked a mother, as she pressed Her first born fn her arms, And quickly on her throbbing breast, She hushed her babe's alarms: In quivering tones her answer came Her eyes wero wet with tears: My boyhis mother's life must claim For many, many years.' , I questioned one in manhood's prime, Of proud and fearless air; His brow was furrowed not by time, Or dimmed by woe worn care, In angry accents ho replied, And flashed with scotn his eye ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1843

& THE COLUMBIA MJUOCRIT. ; 1 i n 1 1 iii '-' " ' " ' ' ' J ' havo .sworn nfon the Altar of God, eternal liostilliy to every forta at Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson . . 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 ' ' ' 11 1M, " PRINTED AND PUBLISIIliD BV H. WEBD " -' ' Volume VIH. BiLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1843. Number 17 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT Willi published every Saturday morning, ' TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or J too Hollars Fifty vents, if not paid witnn the year. No subscription will betaken for ashorlcr period than 3ix months nor any discotv tintiancc permitted, until all arrearages are uiscaargtu. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at une vouat jordlie jirsl three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for evcru subse quent nsertion. C7"A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year, LETTERS addressed on business; nust be post paid. LAZY BILL SMITH. CHAPTER I....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1843

""V" trcth .vhtboc? k ' STVUIKll, JWGV8T 10, 1843. TFOU PHES1DENT, JAMES BUCIIA3TAX. (Subject, to the decision of a National Convention.) DEMOCRATIC COUNTY MEETING ' The Democratic Electors of Columbia county are rcqueitod o meet in County Meeting, on Saturday the 10th day oj August next, at 1 o'clock P. M. in Bloomsburg, at the house of Charles Doebler, for the pur pose of electing a delegate to the Conven tion to be held at Harrisburg, on the Sth of September next, to nominate candidates for Canal Commissioners and appoint Con ferees to selct a Senatorial delegate, for this senatorial district. STEPHEN BALDY. DANIEL-FORNWALD, CHARLES F. MANN, CHARLES KAHLER, JAMES O. SPROUL. democratic Standing Committee. July 31, 1843. HARVEST HOME AT ORANGEYILLE, Col. Co. A Harvest Home will be held at the house of I. C. Johnson, in Orangevillc, on Saturday the 20lh day of August, inst. -The following committee oi arrangements has been appointed: Orange E. Q. Rickets, E. Lazarus, Daniel Fbrnwald...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1843

'HlE STATE BANKS. j V,o copy fiom the Democratic tinion.an article of iho individual liability of tlio Mock holders of Banks, which is deserving of all cdlmlderalion The principle of individual responsibility has been adoplcd.by several of (he slates, aud to far as we can learn; in nil cases, wilh decided beneficial results. The last stale that has acted on the subject js New Hampshire and wo join with iho Union' in expressing the hope that Penna' will follow so good a load) and not only Pennsylvania, but nil the oilier states of Iho Union Nor Is this all that ought to bo done (o prevent tho Banks from again running not ana involving wiciiibgicd miu ins i,uuiiiij in one common ruin Among the many ro forms that are required, a system of the most rigid accountability should bo created to pro vent all their officers or directors from mis applying or wasting the funds, or appropri sting them to their own utfe; and tho best plan to prevent these evils would be to abolish all secrecy in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 August 1843

PCMETRYo SONG. BV James montoomkry.' When Friendship, Love, and Trutli abound Among a band. of Brothers) The cup of joy goes gaily round Each shares the bliss of others: Sweet roses grace the thorny way Along this vale, of sorrow;'' The flowers th'at shed their leaves to day Sult bloom again to morrow: How grand in age.how fair in youth Are holy Friendship, Love; and Truth! On Halcyon' wings bur moments pass .Life's croel'cares beguiling; Old Times lays down his' scythe and glass In. gay good humor smiling: With ermine beard and forelock grey, His rovetond front adorning He looks' like Winter "tura'd to' May. Night soflen'd into Mor'ningl , How grand in age, how fair in youth.. Are holy Friendship, Love, and Truth t , From these delightful, fountains flow Ambrosial tills of pleasure; Can man deeircjr can heaven bestow A more resplendent, treasure? Adorn!d whli gems so richly bright We'll form a .Constellation TV here every Star, with modest light . Shall gild his' proper station. Ho...

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