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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISH KD EVTUr mo kni kg, At 180 Itasutu-tt,, (oppotitt tie City Holl,) Ncv-Tcrk, ?n4 delivered t? Ciiv Subscribers lor Ifi** Cents per week. Stogie copies To* Centt. Mali Subscribers, $5 per anaom. In advance; and the paper in no ca*? continued bevond the time for which it is paid- Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS Or ADVERTlStKO: ?rgN lines or less, (over six.) first umrtlsm.... 00 Cents. ?? ? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ?? * lor fix insertions, or one week.$1 50 u u a for taxntp-ftve inner dons. 500 " T/jnger Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriag??, Religious and b attend Notice*, not exceeding ntelloes, 25 cents. rr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ihr ike Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the low price of$2 per annum, tn advance. THE TRIBUNE. TraTCl?n? Westward to St. L.oui*. Correspondence ol The Tribune. Ox Board Steamboat 'Montgjmery,' ) Ohio River, Feb. 2,1345.3 1 With a good stage of water in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 February 1843

TjffgjrRIBUNE^ Tuesday morning. February h fOR PRES WEXT, HENRY CLAY, OF KZ?TCC*T. ______ m~-?~--=t-?S_^Ti"_r?7??urfflI Commit XT Democratic ?W_Ja_s?rlU bebeld on Tuesday te*. -A Meeting of *h"hWroadwav Hobo-, at7o\:iock. ?veolng, February 14, at ^^ip HONE, Chairman. Joseph P. Pia**?*. i??rctaries. Ilf3i g-rP<:n?LK.> w - HT B-?r Notes of a Traveler Westward, (from Baltimore Apprerj?ceship in the Navy; Asscciauon ^JStaJ the last news from Cb. F Miller and bis wiie, see Ftot Page. ^ rj3P Our Report of Rev. C. G. Finney's cogent and practical Farewell Sermon in this City, de? livered oa Sunday evening last, appears on our Last Page. Should any desire extra copies, they will please call for them this morning. fc_P We are indebted to Pomerot & Co.'s Ex? press for Albany papers of yesterday by the Housa ?onic Ronte,which enable us to lay before cur readers the Legislative Proceedings and Appointments one day, and often two, sooner than we could if we were compelled to await thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 February 1843

10 shares Maohatian Bk. 65 25 Dd. &. Had.RS 61 do.82J 2>> Manhat Fire Ins.85 6Mohawk R.28 4-5 Utica &SchR.115 MONEY MARKET. gnle* at the Stock Exchange, Feb. 13. ?liCOO City Fives, 1858.. f9 I 1,000 do.651 fanoo N V. Si- 1849. .10H 21.000 Kentucky 6*.S6 ?5ute5isJgl.B3 votf) State 5s, 1858. 90 SoOhk) 8ixe*. 1850.. 68 cm do.M?0-. 6M ?S? do.MMlW j>0 do.65^ secokd 80 a kd. ?sPalerson.bSd 4S?,$l.00O Stale 5J?.941 Mohawk R.tSOd 27 5,000 Ohio 6s, I860 . 651 W do.t3d 271 2.C09 Illinois.b30d 21 jt? Harlem R.. _ Commercial and Money JHnttcrs. Monday, Feb. 13. The transactions at tbe Board to-day were to (air extent, tad at fei""* Pricf*?$24;00O Kentucky Sixes sold at an im protement of M per cent; Ohio improved k; Slate Five and a Hai'? * per cenL Delaware fell on" J. There* is a moderate business doing in Sterling bills at ii Freue?**5 Salts of the Government Loan were made to-day at 2 percent premium, and more wanted. Treasury Note* ure jodetuaodal H a 1$ prem. to-day. Tbe ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 February 1843

BY A v c IT s t bsj HOOGUASS. Unto the Beautiful and Fa:r o' Earth. Iiaainctirelyibe kindling Socl leaps fort'. And folds il in iu arms, a? Spirits of oue birm ? And from the Terrible it^'^^tretd, Fearing and tremblmg-w.th, aijgj* > Like one at midnight from the dwellings .. ._f-m strong Feeling* be; Tbussid* by s.de rfte~gj * And e'er, as varying ?tare ^ , W? clasp oor hands u? re?>? ? ^ .4. . ? f<?rn to worship at the first; S?S? from the tbuader-bnrst, ArfJSU u>nes bear Man and Natur? cursed! And joyfu', in the golden clouds ot air, We a dtousand angtl* sporting there, ipraj" ? Who bend from Heaven's high walls to bear the grateful And in oor fear and bve we image fjrdi The forms our fruitful fancies shape to birth, And bring our deites in marble to the Earth! And thus the Persian Jenrncd in ?vre 'o kneel Unto his Principles ?f sovereign Good and 111, And io Ihe Orb of Fire saw God bis Uce revca,. And thus in forests and on mountains high, Man first approached the var...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE * is rtJBLISHED EVr?T morning, ti fSG IfaJMVi-sL, (?VPont* '*< ?** ??W j JVen> F?rlr, ?f jiiiUredwCiiv Subscribers for Atne C/rn/j per weck. ^s?s* copies T~ Centt. Mail Subscribers, & per ?na In advance; and ine paper in no CH.se continued SS the lime for which it is paid. Subscriptions ffiorSuMonthk. terms or -DVEansmo: itnei or leu,(over six,) first insertion.... ?0 Cents. Ybj?-^* jm eaca ?ui^eqacnt insertion. 25 " u for ?* insertions, or one week.$1 50 u n " for tventy-five insertions. 5 00 u advertisements at equally favorable rates. J^S-rWes, Religious and ? uitcral Notices, not exceeding t-rTBE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, Coontnr, H published every Saturday morning, al ?Jjjji price of $2 per annum, in advance. *?he tribuneT" SLitetarj Notices c,tfec885, Rehews, Reports, itc. By Joseph Blcnt.? S .New-York: Xhis is a neat octavo volume of some 2?0 pages e0hraeing a dozen papers on various subjects and written at various times, mainly as cir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE .WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 15. fOR PRE SWEPT, HENRY CLAY, or icrim>c*y- _ _ lEfwe bate madelrn^"" to faa?. our City Sub acSersio ibe WEEKLY TRIBUNE regularlyserved at xbeir rcsideoees.by leaving *****?ltbe o?5?'160 NaiS3U st ET We are again ander obligations to Bon. C. P. Daly for valuable Poblic Docomeots. XT Ja cor report of Mr. Fioney's Sermon this passage occurs: " The command to frreppure implies that at present we are pare " A Correspondent call* oor attention to the very e?W*nt fact that the remark was made with reference solely to Timothy, to whom the command wa* addressed. " O." will find bis money at the desk. XT Omicron" writes as in behalf of the Rutgers T;ta Abstinence Society to e*pre*? the grati.ade of that Society t? Hon. Aabo* Clark and Hjii. Theodore Frelischuy sc:? lor their eloq-ent and persoasi?e Addresses before that Society od Monoav evening. We are happy to know that many of the best men in our Country are constantly engaged inihe promulgatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 February 1843

"BT chip North Carolina. Xbc Court met at 10 o'clock, and after the read. ? of the minutes, the- cross-examination of Lieut. gJLtfOflrt vra? continued by the Judge Advocate, rj without eliciting any thing of importance. A rest portion of it was occupied by questions which j erely produced a repetition on the part of the ?mess of testimony which he had given on his directexamination, and almost identically the same ^ testimony given by him before the Court Inquiry- and reported, and to be had in a pamph ]et s't ?ur office. The cross-examination was not concluded at the adjournment of the Court. rjy The Grand Jury of Boston have presented t. jjjller Tabernacle in that city as a dangerous 88fl unsafe building. MO?^?RKET. gale* ** (be *locl? Exchnnsre, Feb. 14. K.wcityjs. iws.106 - TfMCitT^J, 1870.c8 S Suite S*S???.M 'rTZ^.-.-C 1*42.. $2.000 Kentucky 6<..?30. 85 2.000 do. 85 6 shrs Del. k Mud.83 4 do Bfe or N Y.113 20 do Mirehan Bk.6t vii?iate5?, 1843 . 9D j 20 do Union Bk.105 0?Sbio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 February 1843

For TK'Tribune. JSalboa. r American History that [It 5? well known to readersm*q(. ^ colony of Vaaco Nunex oe B?lbo?, the y^jre of Discovery, p??e ?arien, la the year ^JJ* wbe0 be H? the Pacific, trated across the Coj^SwB the American Coast,) then seen for the first time irom TmkoPGH forests dark with weight of Time, Through marshes feet had never trod : 0>r n*nmtain-top8 whose heads Had known no presence save of God ; j?d howling brutes on every hand, And men more savage far than they, Ihe hero and his dauntless band. With soub aspiring, hewed their way. By glens and streams, by craggy ways, Still onward urged that daring band, Till, on the high Cordilleras, With glad and feasting eyes they stand. Behold !?an ocean rolls below Unseen, unknown to other eyes ; With gladd'ning fires their bosoms glow Their shouts try echoing through the skies ! " See !" cried the hero, as they kneel Where Mnn had never knelt before : " The bounding billows coastward Teel, Swift heralds from a dista...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 February 1843

^NEW-YORK TRIBUNE * ,B rUBLTSHBD EVTRY m0duk6, ?inn ffaimu-tt-, (opposite the City Hall.) Pexo-Torh, 'rSLSmk to Citv Subscribers for Jvw Cents per week. Kt^^ copi? 7W Cent* Mail Subscriber., ?5 per ?? in advance; and the paper in no case continued *B^??i the time for which it is paid- Subscriptions fffi for Six Month* TERMS Of ADVERTISING: ?? teas, (over six,) first insertlan.... <50 Cents. 0g (toes snbsequent Insertion. 25 ? " - (or <i* insertions, or OD* week.$150 H * ? tor r??i<^/vpe inser^os.......... 5 80 ? ^-r A?rertisemeuts at equally faverable rates. i^Vl^ R^tUrioBJand funeral No?oes, not exceeding ?rtlraers?.'eenuu Ve THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, w fnrsritry, ? published every Saturday morning, at % low price of ?2 per anDBm?adv*"Ce. THE TRIBUNE. Repeal of the Bankrupt Law. ij00 j. Macphiksok Berkikn, from the Ju? diciary Committee in the United States Senate, aide a report to that body a few days since upon jbe subject of a repeal of the Bankrupt Law, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16. FOR P&?SW?flTt HENRY CLAY, or U.UTTVCXT. ITw^hTv^ns???? *rrMg?ne>nt3 to have oor City Sub JtTerT to WfiKKLY TRIBUNE regularly served at ^^jgpcw, by leaving ootke at the orfice,160 Nassau-at. jy We are indebted to Hon. Messrs. Aycriog and Van JUNSsewe* for valuable Public Documents. JtZT For a careful abstract of Berricn's Report and Bill. proposing to modify and not repeal tbe Bankrupt Law ; Legis.n'.ive Proceedings of Monday; Gold in Alabama; Exploring Expedition, he. ice. see First Page. fry Fora nrw Poem by Bryant and a Talc of Mutiny by Ha jvser Martingale, see Last Page. From Europe.?The paacket North America, CapC< Lowber, vvaa reporter! below yesterday eve ring, having left Liverpool on 7th January. She brings news therefore three days later. A* she did not come up last r.i^ht, we have as yet received no papers by her. Reduce the Postage. Friends in Congress.' the whole Country ear- j nobtly desires and expects of you a red...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 February 1843

Latir rRo? Vera Cruz-?Tb? sehr. Victorine, ftrrfffd in this port on Saturday evening last, from Vera Crux, having made the passage ia nine days. Je?"1 verbally, that the Mexicans are still em barking troops, ant! sending them from Vera Cruz to Campeachy- Within a few days previous to the ,ailjig of the Victorine, a force of about a thou ?gadTtt) fifteen hundred, had been sent out, not en? tity composed of effective men, for about 300 of this force were vomen?soldiers' wives and attend? ants. The knowing ones in Vera Cruz are strong jn tie belief, that tbe expedition will prove a fail? ure Tbe English commander of the war steamer Montezuma, we understand, has resigned his sta? tion, and left the Mexican service. Tbe Victorine brought $9,000 in specie, to a bouse in this city. _ [Mobile Adv. Cth. From Tahiti.?Letters from the American Con? sul at tbat place, Mr. Blackler, to Sept. 11, state ?bat the French Admiral, Deputit Thouars, ar riTed there on the 8th, and made a demand on the T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 February 1843

From Grabau.'. Magstb* l?f Che Croto?fc? Sottett Z Y WILLIAM *BY*J?T. How fast the flitting figure* come I The mild, the fierce. \be atony face; K * ;.-i>ht with thougnrJess smiles, and some Where secret tears have left their trace. They pass?to toil, to strife, to rest t To halls in which the feast is spread ; To chambers where the funeral guest In silence sits beside tbe dead. And some to happy homes repair. Where children, pressing chec?c to cheek, With mute caresses shall declare The tenderness they cannot speak. And some, who walk in calmness here, Bhall shudder as they reach the door Where one who made their dwelling dear? lu flower, its light?is seen no more. Youth, with pale cheek and slender frame, And dreams of greatness in thine eye ! Goest thou to build an early name, Or early in the task to die? Keen son of trade, with eager brow ! Who is now fluttering in thy snare 7 Thy golden fortunes?tower they now 7 ?Jr melt the glittering spires in uir 7 Wht? of tiiis crowd, to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 February 1843

THE NEW-YOITK TRIBUNE IS published ZrriT mokkimc, >ff 160 Patson-st., (oppotitt tkt City Hall,) Fas* Tori, And delivered to Cliy Subscriber* for AW Cents per week, g Single copies I'm Cents Mail Subscribers, $S per anncitt, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it it paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TKRMS OF AOTCaTISINO: ?PJ5N lines or less, (over six,) 6rst insertiaa.... 60 Cents. u ** for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? ? for H? insertions, or one week.$150 " u "for twenty-five insertions. 5 W " Longer Advertisements at equally favarable rates. ?Jarriag?, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding Jr e lines, 25 cents. P?THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, <or tke Country, Is published every Saturday morning, at ist low Prife of P*T innum> In advance. $M'"?r- -== Geu. Jackson'? Fine. We have before noticed the Report of Mr. FliHCK from tho Committee of the Judiciary in the House of Representatives upon the proposition, n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 February 1843

^ THE TRIBUNE^ FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17. FOR PRES WEIHT, HENRY CLAY, OF KEUTOCKT. a?r"we"b?re made arrangements lo have onr City 8ub aer.ben to the WEEKLY TRIBUNE regularly served at their residences,by leaving notice at tbe of5ce,160 Nassau-st. ICT For a notice of Mr. f earce's Report oa Gen. JaeSc men's Fine, aa article on Apprentices ir. tie Tfavy, and a variety of Mucellanevtu Items, see First Page. tJT For a fioe SonnetJay Bnr Leigh and a capital Story by Paulitng, see Last Page. Gloriona ' 548 : By our Washington advices of this morning it will be seen that the Great Measure of the Session, the comprehensive Retrenchment bill, has triam' phantly passed the House, and is now before tbe Senate. We implore the Chairman of the Senate's Fi? nance Committee to consult rather the wishes of the millions out of Washington than the importuni? ties of the thousands within it, and report this bill promptly and favorably before the Senate. It will pass there if it has an open field and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 February 1843

FtfLLUl i ? 1 - |?-r " ??" *? ? ? U.S. SUPREME COURT?Wedkesday, Feb. 15. No. J5-C?rtrigbl vs. Howe el tL D is missed, ?ja, 32-Cooner ts Bindley; Mr. Brem for plaintiff. No. 26?McKnight vs. Taylor; Messrs. Semme? and Jones ^appellant, Mr. Bradley for appellee. Fjjtf.?A fire occurred about 11 o'clock last night, in the upper part of the building, (rear of gtooeaira tavern, Ann-street,) occupied by binde? ry, jewelry work-shops, &c., &c., and owned by Mr. Fuller. It was speedily extinguished, with bat little damage. jQT Stephens's fine yacht On-ka-hy-e, which sailed from this city on tbe 2d, put into Norfolk on tbe 13tb, greatly injured by a severe storm which carried away both masts and considerably damaged the vessel. She had been purchased for the Navy, wd was to be delivered at the Gosport Yard. ReLLi50 Corn Land.?I am satisfied by two or three years' trial, that light land rolled when planted will stand a drought much better than if it were worked. This present year I had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 February 1843

Froru Oral an.'? Marine for March. a.Ufote....Br w. H. Ucklsigh. J beard a soft voice murmur "LillioRE ! So sweet a name, metbought, should be tor one W hose verv presence is a bemzen? Whose smile.* like sanshine, warm, tne spirit s core, And feeds tbe hear: long versed m sorrow s lore With thought of love?for one in wham are bleut White chastity, and pity, meek content, Divinest charity, hope, faith, and more Of heavenly essences than may be kept In earthly vessels by the rude winds swept Of pride or pasBion. Lovely names should be For loveliest natures?and't we= e most unmeet That one whose life gave out no music sweet, Should wear a title born of harmony I From Graham's Magazine for March. Che 2sn? of ty Woxlu. A VISION. ?Y JaMM K. PaULDINC. HaDp^ning, the other day, to meet with an ac? count of a might/gathering of the disciples of a certain great prophet, who, I believe, has, in spite of the proverb, rather more honor in his own country than any other, I fell upon a train of re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 February 1843

THENEW-YORK TRIBUNE 51 ti poBUIHED trwt MOEJH?C, ?1? f?FJ*?**?'*? (?xi\rHaUA) L i m irTfi to Ci?v Sohscribers lor ."Vtae Costs per week. *?SS5 copi? f** MaU ?n^ribert, $5 per " ? In advance; and the paper in no caseeon?nued a the lime fnr which it is paid- Subscriptions ? ?ia Months. ^ TKftMS Of ADTBRTISIK?: >;~t or less, (over six.) first insertian.... ? Cents. Jtf^/or each subsequent insertion. 25 - * u for six insertions, or one week.$1 50 " " u for twenty-/?* insertions. 5 W 44 ? sJvertisemenU at equally favorable rates. l&yZiizrL, Religious aad Funeral rVotioea, not exceeding . Mf.?t"25 cents. *L THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, 17 Vonntry, ? published every Saturday morning, at Orprice of ?2 per annum, in advance. sg^j^TRlB UN e7~" t=:9C=::=::=::~" JLIfe in Cuba. Correspondence ot the Tribune. TatNtOAD uk Cuba, Dec. 23, 1642. \otWDS 0f any interest has transpired at this rtjince my arrival, and I have nothing in partl Ifer to communicate except a few general obse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KXWTUCKT. KT Democratic Whl* Gruevf} C9w^t tee.-A Meeting of ibis Comrail*? wUl beheld ? Tuesday February 21, ?t ????^ r?a?cS2r^ Joseph P. Pirsson, I secretaries. 18r2, Kbward.E. Cowlrs,* 151 IT We have mad* arrangements to have oor City 3ub ?cr.bers to tbe WEEKLY TRIBUNE regularly served at their residences, by leaving ao?ce at the office J60 Nasssu-st. CP Advertisers will bear in mind that advertisements b> ttuaded for Monday's paper mast be sent ia by 10 o'clock this evening, as our publication office Is not open on Snn ?tays. Tbe Tales for advertising, in view of the ?t?T1*"'' ci/enlaiiob of this paper, are very reasonable, and in aU cases are payable in advance. ET We are again indebtad to Massrs. PoMsaovkCo. for Northern papers in advance of the mail. sheet to which he refers, unless under fresh and grossprovo cation. This is our reason for omUtiag bts favor. rrr For an interesting arcoant of Life t? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 February 1843

BtroiniaeBntT Widow*. ? Ron. the Senate and Home of Representatives in *' ^Utmbled: . .^idow.i of the officers of the Revolutionary for whom a pension wos granted 7th July, ^SKad frbiefa expired nearly two years back? f' . petition before your Honorable body requeat ^'renewalof the same, and as the Committee on tf^'^Liooary pensions, to whom the same was re ^ bavcoy tk*ir report of the 6th of last month, k favor of the same?and as no action has as ^ ken pl?6?' aD<i lhe ,e"ioa being Be*rty at a ?Tf t is to be hoped that the cause of this suffer ^AtU of ?he reI"'ctB ?f our Revolutionary Patriou jr^p-ed thair country at and during this trying and who suffered every hardship and priva * nd at its tonnination recsived for their recom 5*' lworthle?s trash, which would hardly procure a 1 >r<8fof victuals, a Pension was granted on the 4th '?V 1836, for life, to the Widows of those of the iatios'ary Army wV-. were married during that ^l?tiisy wsre generjdb' lhe Militia men?and 2 aft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 February 1843

Fro? Graham'? Magariae for 3I?cb Q&'ortstoorttJ. I. ?OXT of the lofty brow! far-righted aect' Whoae gifted eye on mountain peak and ?l?n, Th* eternal heaven* and never-sleeping main, Mysterioos writings saw and read with fear I In the deep silence of the night thine ear _ Heard from the earth a ?so!!, sad music rise, Nor less the anthem caught that midnight skies Pour through the sool from each rejoicing sphere ; Bat moat thoa lev'st. with solemn steps, to take Down through the awful chambers of the soul Thy dreadful way, and hear the billows roll Ofthat deep ocean whose far thunders break Upon the everlasting shores, and wake Echoes that wiser make whom they control. IL Thy seng sublime, the tinkling charm disdains, And painted trappings of the gaudy muse; And in such dress as Truth and Mature use, Majestic mounts in high Miltoni: strains, And pours its strength along th ethereal plains, Solemn and grand as when tfce hills reply To the full chorus of a stormy sky, Or Ocean r?ua...

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