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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE J? publish*"! fv?rv mnrninr, at No. 30 Ann street yVew-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for ONE'cENT percopy. Mail Subscribers; *4 per armem, in 3dvaOCA and the paper in no ease continued beyond tiie t<me for weich it is paid. Subscripiion- taken for Six Months. Term* of Advertising_For each .Advertisement of TEN line' or l<-? (over six) fir*t insertioi. 50 Cents. do. for ea h subsequent insertion. 25 ,:o. for SJX in-vrtions, or one week.$1 50 do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 Longer Advertiunehti at equallv favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding i.^r Ions'. 25 cent*. Ef* Advertisements when ordered to be continued on the inside atter the first insertion wdl be subject u? the same charge (-a their, first appearance?payable in; ail ca?es in advance. , O" The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, tor the Country, a published every Saturday mornii'g. at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE, The Knick...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. N EW-YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 0? From the very eatensivtj circulation of this paper; b-->th among business men and in families, it will be found ui ad? vantageous medium lor Landlords* advertisements, for nouses and Stores to sell or to let, or for p-non-i wishing m rent House* or Tenement-, a* web" as for general Merchan? dize and Miscellaneous Advertisements. Particular attention paid to.Legal Notice*, Advertisements may be,banded in at the office, 30 Ann -tret, at any time before 10 o'clock in the evening-. The rate- of advertising in this paper, in view oi the extent of its circulation, will be found extremely low. ET For Literary Notices and letters from the Ex Presidents oh a Tariff, nee First Page. Z3" For a Poem by Errant and a citlcism on Keats, see Last Page. m_ (CT Several communications await tlie return of tie- Editor, who b spending a few days at Albany. aorxculti-ke and THE home LEAGUE.?OpC of tho best signs of the times is indicated by some of our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 February 1842

BY THIS MORNING'S MAIL. ?Washington Correspondence of the New-York Tribune. ?>- Tuesday, Feh. 1. la the House, to-day, Hon. Messrs. Cooper and Coi.Qi tTT, Representatives elect from Georgia, uppe?rt-dj were qualified, and took their seats. The House then adjourned,and proceeded in pro? cession to the Senat?* Chamber, to unite in the fu? neral services of tlie Hon N F. Drxb.v, Senator from Rhode Island. In the Senate, no legislative business was trans ? ted. An impressive and appropaiate funeral *cr rhon v.r.? delivered by Rev. septimus Jf sTO.v, Chap tain to the Senaf. preceded by prayer and reading id t/K- Scriptures by Rev. Mr. Marh't. lie-ides the Senator- and Representatives, the President and lb-ad- of the Departments, the Judges of the Su? preme Court, a few relatives of il?1 deceased, and a.'Iarge as ? mbly in the galleries were present. All were apparendy impressed with tlie solemnity of the "era lion, and die demonstration before them of the frailty of human life, which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 February 1842

From the Knickerbocker for February. THE AXTiqriTY OF FREEDOM. KV WALLUM CCLLen KRY ant. Here are old trees tali oaks and gnarled pines That stream v. ith grey-green mosses; here the ground Wa<- neyer trenched by spades; and fovyers spring up i fnsown and die ungathered. It i- sweet To linger here, among the Sitting birds A od leaping squirrels wandering brook-, and winds That shake the leaves, and -ratter as they pass A fragrance t.-?.:ri :;,<- cedarslhlckly set With pale blue berries. In these peaceful shades? Peaceful, unprimed, immeasm^abiy old? ?I thoughts go up die long, dim path of years, Pack 10 uieearliest day- 01 Lfl>erty. Ob Fbrrdom! thou art not as poets dream, \ ?? tit young girl; with light and delicate limbs, And v. ?vy tresses a ashing from the cap ( With which the ttomnn master-crowiied In- s.ave, wie .. !.. took oil I be trwes. A bearded ri.au, Ann? ? to toe teeth art thou: one mailed band Grasp* tb<.ad and one the sword/, tb> uro. , Glorious :n beau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? published everv morning", at VSo. 30 Ann street, ??-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for ONECENT percopy. Mail Sul-scriberi, Sd per nnnnm, in advance; ami the paper lo no rase continued beyond the time for welch it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six .Months. Terms of Advertising_For each Adv?r??einent of TEN lines or Ws 'over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. no. for ea b subsequent insertion. 25 iio. 'frr SIX insertion*, or on'-week.SI 50 do. f.?r TWENTYJrTA'E insertions. 5 00 u Longer Advertivments at equally favorable rates. E.MaiTiage?, Religious and "Funeral Notices, not exceeding five liri'.-s, 25 cent*. t> ED! Advertisement; when ordered to be conUnued on the inside after the first insertion x* ill be subject to ?jc same charge as on their first appearance?payable In. all cases in advance. e' ?7 The WEEKLY TRIBUNE; a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday mormi'Sf, at the low pnc* of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4. TT Fiorn the very extensive circulation of tin* paper, botlj among business men and in families, it will be found an ad? vantageous medium for Landlords' advertisements for Houses and Stores to sell or to let, or for persons wishing to rent Houses or Tenements, as well as for general Merchan? dize and Miscellaneous Advertisements. Particular attention paid to.Legal Notices. Advertisements may be.handed in at the office, 30 Ann street, at any time before 10 o'clock in the evening. The rates of advertising in this paper, in view o: the extent offts circulation, wili be found extremely low. XT For Facts in regard to the Tar?T-Io?aen" on the Moon?Slavery?The Pope, See. &c, see -First ET For an Original Psalm of Life-The My?t?rio?u Laie, aad a Letter from Noah Webster, see Last Page. TT The Weekly TRisc'r, for the convenience of those wishing to send to the country, may be obtained in wrappers at the counter this morning. Price 6* cents. LAT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 February 1842

LAWYERS' DIARY.February 4 r.r rvTiilOFTHt COURT OF COMMON Pl.F.AS,TH!SDAY? Tin Fin. rsrct at 30 o'clock-ISO,59,63, 27, 61, 77, 159,161, 1&5 167 55, 91,153,98, 331, 57. 31, 97. 139. 319,21. 39, 13L Part Second, meets at 4 o'clock?172,176, 120, 182.184, 183 190, 192. 194, 196,1?, 200, 202,204, 106. Calendar or thk U. S. Circuit Court, This Day? IM, 181,182. 114, 120, 196, 1E7, 194, 197 to 206. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Reported f?r The New-York Tribune. COUNTY COL'RT. Thursday, February- 5. ( ask of William Wilet.?The Court met pursuant to adjournment, Judge Tngraham in the chair. On the r.-.ll being called, the President offered the following tinier, which was unanimously adopted: " It having been communicated to this Court that the Common Council had accepted the resig? nation of William Wiley as Assistant Justice of the rity of New-York, and had appointed another individual in his place; ordered, that further pro? ceedings upon the charges preferred against him be discontinued. The Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 February 1842

-s5'"r ?^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^ A PSALM OF LIFE. |> IMITATION OF LOKgrtLlOf. L On the rushing tide of Life, Ever full, yet ever shifting, Blinded with the -moke of strife, We, like battle-ships, are drifting. JL WTiile the startling thunder- boom, And wrecked barque* go down for ever, In the far horizon loom Hope? that urge to new endeavor. iii. Shadows o'er the surface quiver, And we call them Wealth and Fame: Gems of Truth deep in the river Flash like tongues of cloven flame. IV. Virtues are reflected stars Which compel the heart to love them, While no *rorrn their brightness mar-. For their borne is high above them. V. Heaven gives glory to the water! Lo ! von crimson cloud- that scorn Like war-banners bathed in slaughter, All are painted in ?V' stream. vi. And, enshrined in coral cave-, Deeds of Love on diamonds gleaming In their deep, transparent grave-, Like *weet infants brightly dreaming. VII. Grief) a willow, stands rind weeps O'er the wave itself hath shaded, And its -dent vigi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I* published every morning, at >>">>. 30 Ann greet, ???-York, and delivered to City Sr.b?rrih<Y? for ONE CE.'?T percopjv Mail 2abscril?rs, $t per annum. ?n advance, and the pa;>f-r in no case continued beyond t)?> tirae tor weich it is paid. Subscriptions taken ?or fits Months. Tt-rrm of Advertising_For each Adves tiwmenl of TEN h*n*s or !ess:(or?r six) tir^t insertion. 50 Cents. dr.. for mi ii subsequent insertion.' 2.1 ' <in. 'i>>r PIX insertions, or our- we?-k. >1 W do. lor TNVEN'TY^FIVE insertion?.r' 00 (?Longer Adverusment? at equally favorable? i.itr-s. fc^Iamages, Reb'gious and Funeral Notiert, not exceeding Eve ?int?, 2T> cents. I: 'iSr Advertisements when ord^rt-? tn he continued on tfic inside after the first insertion win lie subject tn the same charge t? on their first appcaranc?payable iii. all cases in advance. XT Th* WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, mr tti?- Country, ?< published every Saturday morning, at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE._I NEW-YORK. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5. C Fioin the very extensiv?.-circulation of tl?s paper.both nirmni; business men and in famihei, it wall be fou:id an a/1 vactageous medium for Lan?llordsf advertisement*, tor Houses and Store? to ?eil or to let, or for pervorji wishing to r<?:.: Hou?es or Tenements, as well a? for general Merchan? dize and Miscellaneous Advertisement?. Particular attention paid toLegal Notices. Advitrtisenients may be^handed in at ihe ortie?-, 30 Ann street; at any tiim* beforp 10 o'clock in the - vening. The rales of advertising in thii paper, in view- of the extern of as circulation, wall le- found ^xtr^rnely low. ?--???*" ET Por Literary Notices, a Communication on Mr. Choules's Lecture and a Sketch of J. Q- Adams's re? marks, see First Page. D" For a Splendid Poem from Blaclrwood, Galley Slaves at Leghorn and Prof. Sllllman on Temperance, see Last Page. _ TT Tun Weekly Tmmwe, for die convenience of tlmse whbfaig to send to the country, may beobta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 February 1842

From Florida.?By the arrival last night of the I'. S. steamer B'taufort, (.'apt. Poinsett, from Pa? lada?' we have a letter from one of <>ur attentive piirrepondents, dated 2Cth in-t. tt contain.? ??:?>? thine new excepting the intelligence that the ex? press rider was attacked the previous niidit. about t'.-n miles this side of Fort Kinir. by a party often Indians. He put spurs to his nor-- and luckily escaped uninjured. [Savan. Rep. -9th. Laws OF TURKEY.?A gendemoh in New Or? leans was agreeably surprised the other day. to find a plump turkey served up tor the Utrinor, and inquired of his servant how it was obtained ?? Why, Sa," repli??! blackee, '* ?lal ar turkey i heen rooatin on our lenco irre nights; so dis rnor nin 1 f?/.c him for dc rent of di fence. TOT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE?For Saturday, Feb ruarv '>??Contents : ' I..POKTRV?The Prisoner ol Glrut, by B. Simmons, from th.- January numb?* of Blackwood?Ad? dress to Charles Dick? a?, Esq.?The Antiquity of Freedom, by B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 February 1842

Fron, Blackwood for January. THE PRISONER OF GHENT. r. v ii. ? i m m o N g. - "GUEST. May?, 1841. "On Monday last,the N?storof captiresdied herein prisoi IlerreJoseph Soete >???? condemned in 1T73 to he hroke c the wheel ior having murdered a \-<nv.c irjrl. He wa? th? ?eyenteen yearsol age The Em'pr??Alaria Thereat con mated |.;? punishment to imprisonment f<>r lit'?-- In ISIS I w:.? -?! ai liberty bj Count liichahiLthe betunan of the Co ? k ??? head-quarter.? wer.- in thi- City : hut bem^ d< tituteofthe in?eaj?ofsub?isi^ncei.ofreiations and friend?, h requested to be allowed to return 10 the samt; prison wluc had he.?:, ?.. long Ids abode. The request wa? granted, an he remained in the Ra?phuis twenty-seven vearvtnor?) (ui a sixty-tl.- ?,-. -., and died on.M?nday.at tfie age of eighty. - J,07utrm Times. s'tam? from m\ path, you solemn pair. N01 block the gateway to the ?lead? Dull Pi.'- :. Ii ek Medichicr, With bowl and Bible at my bed! I taste not that?1 touch not t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN] j? published ?very morning, at No. 30 An ?rre?-!,'^N-*w-York, anil delivf-rcri to City Subscriber? f ONE C bNT per copy. Mail Sobx rrbi-r?, *4 pi-r ?>tiiiT-T in a?lvaocc, and the paper i'i r.r> caw* continued bevor the thne tor weich-it is paid. Subscriptions taken Ii ??:i Months. Terms of Advertisinj'_For each Ailver?sKnentof TEN rin*??. or lc-? (or? *':%) first insertion. 5*1 Cent d". fer ?-a b ?ubs'-'i'irnt in??>rtinr>._ Z"> ' da V.: SIX insertion?; or one week.*1 50 ?!?.. forTWENTYiFIVE insertions. JW Longer Advcrtismcrnts at equally favorable rates. Marriitges Religious and Funeral Notices; not ?ceedni five ?:i>-<?, 25 cent?. ?t f Advertisements when ordered to lie continued c the inside after the firvt insertion will !??? subject wxbc satr charge ;t? on their first appearance? pa) able in all cases i adv-nnc?'. r ' r Th- WEEKLY TiUBrNE.av.rvlaree;.a'.'T, U the Country, i? pubUsbed e??sry Saturday rooming, at th low {,:;.-?' 'if $2 ?ier...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NLW-Y?RK. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1?-?2. Iy* Kiom tfceVery extensive circulation of this paper,hoth ?::...r;^ bus.:.'.?- ::;--:i an-! ::? ''aniiii'jj, it will t>e found an a<i vantageoos n:?-<:.un.i for Landlords' ailvertlv^nenL? <>n Hocse?i rin-i Stores to sell or to let, or for persons wishing to rent H ? isea or '!'? ?:.? ?:,> ::??, ;t? well as tor gen'.-rai Merchaii? dize and Miso lian? - oa Advertisements. Particular attention paid to Legal Notices, Advertisements may beiianded :.-; a; tbe office, 30 Ana street, at any time before ?o o'clock in uV ? vening. The rates of advertising in tliis paper, in view of i. <. extentofits ci: i bi n, w?J !j<- found extremiely low. XT For an article on the Precious Metals, Tacts :n regard' to a Tariff. No. 4. Sketch of J. Q- Adams:s Speech, Products of the United States. &c, see Firs: Page. Z7" For the Speech of Charles Dickens, and a Song by Holmes, sung at the Boz Dinner, see Last Page. Editorial Corres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 February 1842

Later From Texas.?-By tho Steamer New York. Gaiveston date? to Jan. *23d have been re? ceived at New Orioan?. The following items of ir.rriiicp.nce are from the GaTveston Civilian : A party of three gentlemen have arrived from (orous Christi, and report that, a larre body oi Camanches ??ave been down in the vicinity of fcan Antonio, and stolen some of the horses and killed a number of the settler-?. They also .-t?te that some Mexican robbers have '?seen again making attempts to raise men ?lough to rob the rancho at Corpus ?hris?. but !. tve ::??: succeeded. Col. Cur.ir i, in the vii init v .?':. -i good company of thirty men. and with those residing a? the rancho, they feel able to :;i'"': -l-'v assault which may be triade upon them- ?? A'"::" ? emanhas gone to Mutamoras to ascertain whether the mnrauderd upon the frontici arc encouraged u\ the Mexican authorities. Tho opinion at tlie west is that Santa Vnnn has n.i idea of invading Texas, and die people on the frontici huve the bes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 February 1842

SONG. SV O. W. HOLMES. 'uni h the Ji?(v>r et tke Boston. Dinner to ' Bot.' Air? G ram ach re r. The ?tar? th*-ir early vigil? keep. The ??lent hours are near. '"hen drooping eves forget to weep? Vet ?till we linger here. Anil what?the passing churl may ask? (^an claim such wondrous power. That toil forgets his wonted task, And love bis promised hour' The Irish harp no longer thrill?. Or breathes a fuinter ton?? Th?: clarion blast fro? Scotland's h?ls. Alas! no rnorc i? blown : Vn3 passion'a burning lip bewails Her Harold's wasted fire, Still ?ingorihg o'er the dust that veil? Tho Lord of England's lyre. But ?nievo not o'er its broken string?. Nor think its soul hath died, IVfailc'vet the lark at He?vei?'b gute Kings. A? uric?- o'er Avon's tid<? While gentle summfir shed.-? her bloom And dewy blossoms wave Alike o'er Juliet's storied tomb And Nelly's nameless grave. j h.ni glorious island of the sen?? Though widtr the wasting flood That, parts our distant land from the?'? Wc cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE J? published ??very mornintr, at So. 50 Ann street, New-York, ami delivereel io City Subscribers fof ONE CENT per<*opy. Mail Subscribers, %i perannrani in a,|v;?n.*'-. and the pa?tet in 00 eas*- con'.inuetl h.-vond ti;.- time tor weich it is paid. Subscriptions laketi for Six Months. Terms <>: Advertising_Kor tach Ads'enisementof TEN hn?3s or less (ov*r six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do.' fori.-a h subsequent insertion.? ~? .if i. (??r SIX insertions, or one wtrek.?1 ?*"' .:... t..r TWENTYdrTVK insertions. ' GO Longw Advi;rtistnents .?: (squally fevorable rates. Marriages, Religionsaud Funeral ?Volke?, not ?cceeding t.\* li.-.i.?. zr> cents. ! AdvprtiM-rii'-rit? wbt-n ordered to be continued on ;r.e inside after the first ??smion will ?e ??utj,e<-t in th* -.une charge a* on their rir?t appearance? payable in all case* Hi k.tt;i?ci'. EOT Tb<- WEEKLY TRIBI'NE,:? verylarge-poprr, for the Country. ?? published ev,-:y Saturday mormng, at t.ie i ivs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 February 1842

THE IJETOWE: ?\ NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY g. Xlf Ftom thevery extensive circulation of this paper,both among burines* men and in fiinilie?. it ?ill be foun-j an arf vantaeeous medium f-?r Landlords' advertisement?; for Houses a:H Store? to ?eil or to let, or for persons wishing v> ! r?-n*. Houses or Tenements, a* well us for genera] Mercbaa dizeand Misolianeotw Adverti-enient?. Particular attention ?.aid to L.;:al No:ir?>. Advertisement! may be.banded in at the office, 3-> Ann street, al any time bet?re 10 o'clock in the (?v<i;i;i^. Th*- rates <<: atlvertising in this paper, in view of the extent of 'its circulation; ?ill be found exuemely low. XT For 'The Precious Mttais No. TV Literary Notice, ?ec. see Firs: Page. XT For a Scnne: by J. H. Lowed, and ' The Setting Sun,'* Tale from the Genr.a'1 of Jean Paul, sec Laa: Page- . _ T T We arc stire that our corresiJOndeuts who have written in defence of the course of John Qnihcy Atoms, will ac knowledge that he defend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 February 1842

LAWYERS' DIARY.February 8 Calendar or the Court or Common Pleas,ThisDay ??*r> K:r?~130, 276, 177,159,1m, 10, 1(57.55, 91, 153, V o!3.57. :i. T.. 13*?, 31-). 21, 39. 131, 15, 10?, 123. AS. 75. CALEi-nAa or thf. SurcRtox Court, Thi? Day?1. 1 \H. !?. :i\ 2\. 22, 2>, l'j?, 2\, 2.5, -**>, 2?. 2?, S", 13?. 31, 32, 1? VS. 5-1. 37, >2.39, 41, 1?, 42, 4-3. 44. Calkmjar or thf. f. S. Circuit Comer, T ms Dav 4. 62, 57, 147, 13-t. ?71. 2H 254, 255, 256,158, 246,359,33 I, 2T 263, 264, 265, 2GC, 2b~7. 2C8. CITY IXTKLLIGENCF. Reported fer The .Ve-A.York Tribune. BOARD OF ALDERMEN*. Monday, February 3. Tin: Board met at 5 o'.-lori:. the President if the Chair. A :ne-,.-.tur-j was received from the Mayor, ap proving sundry ordinances and resolutions : orderet nri file Message from tin- Acting Mayor^ enclosing a jet fr of condolence tr- Mr- Harris.>:>, relict of I're-i dent William Henry Harmon, mi the occasion o hi? lamented death: approved and ord.r.vi t,, i? copied on tie- minute...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 February 1842

From Graham'? Magazine lor Fel S 0 N X i : T . IfsVme small savor creep into tuy rhyme ": the old poets, if some word* I use, Neglected long wbich hav? the ln?ty tliew? ?it thai gold-haired and honest-ht-arted time. Whose loving joy and sorrow ;?li ?mblime Have give? cur tongue it??u.-ry eminence. It s n ? ; : ?:? -, ?;-.-.! knows,"butrevenrnce Which hath grown ?? me since my ?:bildhood'sprin Wherein I fee! ti.a' my ??oor lyre'is strung V. .tii ?onJ-srnngs like to thdrs, and that i have No r.eld to muse their holy gravo among, It 1 eu. 'm- ., n-tom-feuered ?lav-. And, in mine own true spirit, hi? not brave T p-ak -.?ha: ru-shelh upward to mv tongue. :--'-?? " ?-_? ? J. R- L From Frazer's Magazine ibrrJanuary. THE SETTING SUN. FROM ?m GERMAS OI JEAN P^L MCHTER. ? Give me a great thought,*' said Herder, fn his sickness, lus son. - that I may refresh my?-!..*' GoirTKEli h H?RTS?aSS lived with his father. : aged clergyman, infthe-ittle village of Heim, Hap] ??'?ere thedVciiniiig year" o...

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