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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 February 1841

JNOT THE GLORY OF C JB S A R BUT T H B W X. F A R E OF ROME. HT IB I " rn HI n UYII. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1841. VOL. XIV....N0. us. m cliascr may co ?: "Vni,., ., n,l ticnso may bit put in goon ; "',. " 'litre 1 is not a better location for such nil I cstabh. hincnt between l.orlmst'i" am .""'"l"-'"1 . i i';. mcnt easy, ami any enterprising iiidu-.rious man with n MtiiaU c-i mini Riay own a good establishment in a ft w years Ly P""tft:V SoODlUCII. Burlington, Jan. JJ, 18H 1 VIlTlfTlT WAN IC The subscriber has rcsuiii Vj'cl tti c Cabinet business at the old lion on Church street formerly occupied by Nichols et Ilcrtick, and recently bv B. K. Walker, whcic hp intends to main, ficiuro and keep constantly on hand nil Kind? of C HIXr.T KUllMTlUlU, of a style nnd tpiahty not inferior to any manufactured in this icimty. He hope- his lona experience, together with a strict nttcn uoii tu the busines-s, will secure hnu a share of the ' rWAN'TCl) incchaiigcfor Ca...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 February 1841

CASH OP L'AMISTAl). In the .Senate, on Friday Inst, a message was recoiled from the President of the United States, transmitting ropies uf correspondence between the Statu Department and the representatives of foreign (iovcrnmonts, relative to tho negroes taken on hoard 1,'Aiiiislud, which has nrcurrcd since his message of tlic '.'1st March, 1811. l'roni the correspondence we extract a letter of Mr. To.':, tho Minister of (iroat llritain, nnd the reply thereto nf Mr. l'onsyth: Washington, .lan. 'JO, 1810. Sir. : I nin instructed to represent to J'"" the attention of her Majesty's (lovernnicnt has li 11 seriously directed to the case of certain African no toos-, found on hoard the spanieli ship " m 'nd," tli'.- sanio pen-em whore cause Inn toon brought before the courts of law of tho 1 1 , "d H:aii'-, andforuliom a powerful and liu liiano interest appears to ho felt in this country as v.t'1 iim in r.iiglniul. ll Known to her Majesty's floverniner.l Ik"! theeo negroes wcro imported in...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 February 1841

Jewelry, Ac. T,TOS.UC, Cameo, Emerald, Topas, Jel Pearl, Cor 1.L nehati, mid plain Gold Pins. Ilroaehcrs, Fin- gcr Kings, Ivirornniiicuts, Head ornaments, etc., at unusually low prices. l'ANaiion-, et UmssMAiD. LOlMvHTS, for tho neck, and for miniatures Gold Heart. Crosses, Stats, etc. Hold Chains. Gold Heeds, Gobi Pencil", Gold Snaps, etc. Wu will bcII these articles at such prices as cannot but be satis factory to our friends and customers as wo wish to close them oll'befora navigation opens. Feb. 19. PAXGllORX et HRIXSMAID. PLATFD SPOON'S. Wo inform those who wish to get a good and cheap article of Plated Spoons, that wo aro prepared to show, and sell llieui an article which will wear well and give tlicm satisfaction, as cheap as llio cheapest. Pan-odors et Hnise.MAin. ItOAItDSnn I SIIIXGLI Oil Shingle. y mi I0M feet spruce Clap Hoards, by .1 iV. J 11 I'l.UK it uo llurlington, Will. If, 1811. G'i FR.MAX SlLVF.lt SPOOXS. Those who wish r L'cruian silver aro inforuied that wo will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 February 1841

m w1? MSJssjW "Itc touched lii" li.irp, mul nntioiif licanl, entrance 1." P.uzADr.Tii llior.i.oxv, 1 In Chanciry, Chittenden Oeohqb H. IIioelow & I County, January 8, A. I). Lxxviir.scE (I. llion'ow, 1811. vs. fir"KllUAS, Law- IIkniiv W. Fo.xvin. ifaC J " rcnco CI. Higduvv niul F.h.abeih Ihgi'loiv, Ins wife. both of Hucktiinhaui in the province of Lower Cnnai In. anil ( Jcorm Henry lligilowof tin- same it.tcc nil infant under the ago of il years', who conies liy Ins lather tinil iiniurai guar dian Lnwieiicc (i. 1! .getow, have, by tlicir solicitors, atuvv anil vxeslou. Hied their lull in ciiuiucry, uriorc llie clmncil'or of I liu third judicial circuit in the -Slate of Vermont, and to he heard at the session of said court of clinni ere next lulu holik.n at Ptillliltgtnll, within and for the rounty of Chittenden, on tin last Tuesday savoum' ol Munh next, ngninsi Henry W. l'ntuin. lale of l!uiliui!ion aforesaid, now uf '.ancs- villi', in llie slaioof Oleo, Fdward II. F.vaus, I len...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 March 1841

-Mimmmm-m, WOT T II B GLORY O F OJESAH, BUT THE WELFARE OF tToTw. nv 11. n s t a n v ssssss MKLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1841. JbmJaK IF lltll II Farm for For Sate. THE subscriber oilers for sale a Farm one mid n half miles from theColleue on me vvmoosici lurnpiKe, containing 5U, 100. 150. tir 200 acres of land as the nur. chaser may choose. The buildings with little ex pense may be put in good condition for a tavern, and there is not a better location for such an establishment between Burlington and Montpclici. Terms of pay ment easy, and any enterprising industrious man with a small capital may own n good establishment in a few years by purchasing this property. CflAUNCEY GOODRICH. Burlington, Jan. 14, 1811. CAIUXET WAH Kt Tliesiibscriber has resum ed the Cabinet business at the old shop on Church street, formerly occupied by Nichols Merrick, and recently by B. R. Walker, where he intends to manu facture and keep constantly on hand all kinds of CABINET FURNITURE, of a styl...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 March 1841

IXTTICR3 FROM Till! MEntOl'OLlS. No. II. Ntw Vobk, lYbruary '.'0, 1911. Ik noway, with winch I nin acquainted, ran one ci oisily acquire a vivid impression of the wide gulf thit is fixed between the dilKrcnt grades of society, as by a two linura' walk through sonic of our principil thorouglif ins. At a simjlu (dance1, ho may behold the my extmncs of alHue-nee, blo.itcd and pride civoleti, on the onohnud, and want, the most utter alii tho leat relieved on the other. Here rolls the cariboo of the mitthnnire, decked oil' in the most roibtous bl.tzonry, thes ick horses anil the trim set tants, stwuiiii'j lo sh ire the pride of their master as hippy in their servility asho in his wealth nnd haugh ty independence i thiru dodijinrr its eiusluui: and un mindful wheel, otnwls the higenr whose homcH the street whosenTict is so utterly hnscaril anil re pjlsivi',lhal even Clnr.ty herself turns hei head anil passes him hy; weak from hunger olid Ion;.; disease, I IlC throws lil:U5ell Upon llicwni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 March 1841

t - 7 In Milton, on tlio 2d insl., by Rev. Mr. Dougherty. Mr. HoiiAtE Lane, Merchant, of this place, to V.lcc tA A. Pt.-.TT, daughter of the, laic Lcinul l'iatt, Esq. of Milton. In Jericho Feb. 12. by ire Rev. Mr. Wrw, Mr Har ity Ward of Underbill, to Miss Eh-a Hood, of the former place. In F.sscx on (ho 21t ull- Ot- Trumna Powell, gln Slfetb'u'rn, on the 22d tilt. Mrs. Sarah, wife of Ezekicl Tracy, id tears. , , In Detroit, on Thursday evening, IStli Hist, Mrs. JancC. wife of Mr. George W. Rodger, lato of Vcr geiincs, Vt. (ind daughter of Adonijah Emmons, Esq. of ttiit'city, aged H2 years. In Wcstfnrtl, on the 23th tilt. Col. Ava Woodruff, seed I 43. lie bad lingered nbout four years with n most painful disease in his throat, which terminated in consumption! and for the Inst three months bo remained in bis cha'n b"iit" unihltT'i lio down, or to tslio nn hoar's natural sleep, Hut in tho midt of these sufferings bo was greatly comforted with thu prospect of n better world. A MER1CAN ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 March 1841

warn MLBOB "lie touched his harp, ami nations heard, entranced." sOiNG oftiie grave digger. Br CHASt-ES tlANCB 1530. Poor mortnls itnnginc tliey Hand on the ground, Supported by nil that is solid and sound s . Tin a plank, and bencalh it my work's to be found- I gather tlicm in, I gather them in. The child, strong and healthy, careers on the liMth Not thinking, nor caring, scarceknowingof death) In an instant he draw his Inst innocent breath i 1 gather tlicm in, I gather them in. The )outhin the vortex of filly and crime, Advised ton pent atmu is.".'ot in my primes lie troulaAl lie liiifw ne nau jun out u muci lather him in, nthcr Inmm. fiays i'ifty, pour Sixty is breaking apicet Hemust long for the hc.illh lliat he sccsm imj face." Self-dcccivcr ! he dreams nut he's (irt-t m the race: I either them in, I gather then) in. "Huzza," s-ns tliri!utaid,"I'm turned of fotirscor And now I shall live- to a hundred or more s ' At nightfall hisenilin is brought to the door : 1 gather hint in,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 March 1841

NOT THE GLORY Or OJBSAHt S 0 T T M W X X T A B B OP BOMB. BYH.B. STACY, BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 12,1841, tmr vr ;T- ; VUL. XIV. ...No. 40. Farm fofFor Sale. THE subscriber offers for talc a Farm one and a half milts from the College on ma winooski turnpike, containing av, 100. 150. or 200 aorea of land ai the pur chaser may choose. The buildings with little ex pense may be put in good condition for a tavern, and there is not a better location for such an establishment between Darlington and Montpclici. Terms of pay ment easy, and any enterprising industrious man with a smalt capital may own a good establishment in a ftw years by purchasing this property. ' CHAUNCEY GOODRICH. Burlington, Jan. 14, 1341. a-1 am NET WAIt E. The subscriber hsa itmm J cd the Cabinet business at the old shop on Church street, formerly occupied by Nichols & Hcrrick, and r,ntlv bv B. It. Walker, where he intends to manu facture and keep constantly on hand all kinds of CAUINIvr v uum l uuti, oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 March 1841

0 FrcshUnl HAItmsO.VS ImiUKiit al ADDRESS. Call-id from n retirement which 1 had supposed was tocoiitinuofor the rrsidiicof my lift.-, lo fid tlm Chief Executive oflieeiof llusgrrat and free nation, 1'nppear before you, fcllow-citicnx, to lako the oaths which the Constitution describe") as n necessary qualfiica tionfor tliojiutf ji nimii'C cif its duties. .And in obedi ence ton I'tislom coeval with ourtjovernnient, and what 1 believe lo lie your expectations, 1 proceed to present tnyoun sttininiiry of the principle s which will govern nic ui the discharge of the duties w Inch I shall tie called upon to perforin. It was the remark of a Roman Consul in llie early period uf that celebrated ltcpublii, that n most strik ing contrast was disenable in candidates fur offices of powcrand trust before and after obtaining ihem they seldom cdrryinjfditt In the latter case the pledges made m tlm forim-r. However much the world may have improved in many respects, in the lapse, of lip wards oftwo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 March 1841

franchise, It becomes a high iltity to guard the punly of our elections. If wo would have tUo'SltcshTiiure Yvotiiu-t keep" the fountain pure. llaolttd, Tim Ilia prt'icnt' condition of the U Si Treasury calls aloud for the renewed exercise of the homely virtuo of frugality. Without this, no nation can be independent, and with It, few nerd be pour. Ritotecd, That tin- accountability of public iigcnt is n republican do trine, and while we regret that it haa been among the lostatts, wc hope the new-administration may ho forunate enough to find, nnd honest crrbirjli to practice it. -fitsolecd, That we regard demagogues of all sorts nt'lhc excrescences of liberty, the la'so patriots of all j ages, who begin by deceiving others, and end by dc-: cervine themselves 1 nnd that in 'order td secure the healthful action of the body politic, we must, remove them' as we would all other fungu-cs., llcsoltcd, That wo regard ihe question of protection of Alnerirart Industry as settled by the people. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 March 1841

"He touched hit harp, mi J nations heard, entranced." Prom the Evening Post. LETTER TO JOHN BULI, FROM DRO. THER JOHNATHAN. Dear John I want you for to read the poe try at the foot of this, and sec if it wontmakeyou a lectle less wolfy about the head and shoul do re. You arc a putty good fellow in the main, but I thought you had more sense than to go fur to want to fight with me at this time o' day, about that land, that you ought to know is just ls much mine and not yours, as the farm I live on. Now John what's the use of fighting about it ; why if you do, why perhaps you would knock me down, and then 1 would knock you down, and then we would go at it agin with a pair of black eyes apiece, and then you would give me a bloody nose, and I would knock some of your teeth down your throat, (no gouging on cither Bide) and so we would go on until we got too tired to tight ; lor 1 uont expect to lick you, and as for your licking me, why but its too ridiculous, I know well enough that I hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 March 1841

NOT THE O L O H V OP C .JD S A Hi BUT THE W E L F A It O OP KOM8. BY H. C. STACY. MItLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 19,1841. VOL. XIV,...No. 41. MT. VEKNON 1IKAD13R. l'ulvglott I i b cs of diilcrent sixes anJ bindings, Pocket Bible, and Testaments and a iri'ticml a.-orliiicnt !-"liona" J on. Him ii'i s. i 'J Si, 111 '. tl.Mt lU.N. ryjust received from N. Colleger. jis25. i S . aSSS.!. MORE NEW BOOKS, Jutreiincd nt the Booh Store, A New Home. Win) 'II follow, oimg Ladies Companion. Counlcss Ida) Hiiyvvard'n new England (lazclrcr. Mitchell's Geographical Header, a sy.teni ol Geography, comprise a Description ot tliu World with lli grand divisioi, designed for fn siritctious in schools and families, Wonders of the Htaven. D.JLJWAMAN OCT. MAl.SIIAI.lYM Arum. tie, Catarrh and Ileu-la'-he SNUFF. This Sn nl'ii superior to mi v M.rm for I'"or Hair. THE subscriber oilers for sale n Kami one and ahalfimlcsfiutn the College on the Wmooskt lurnpiiic, coiiiauung do, 100, 120, oi' 200 acres of l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 March 1841

F R O M W A S H 1 N T O N. WAsmsaro.v, March 10, 1911. Tlicre arc yot many items of interest in Waidiingtnn. The crowd has thinned oil, but hundreds yet linger. The Senate gallery and floor were overwhelmingly full this morning. l'ni.NTniss to Titn Senate A discussion upon tlic removal of Blair and Rives as Printers, is going on in tito Senate, as yet, which threat, ens to continue, fur aught I know some days, branching ofTas it docs upon lniUcrs and things in genera!. In the course of it to day, warm words uasscd between Mr. Clav and Mr. King of Alabama, warm enough to m:d;c a duel, if fie itimr this wav had not cone out of fashion. 'Mr. King said the privato character of Mcrsrs Blair and Hives wore as good as Mr. Clay's. Mr. Clav after Ftaling what Mr. Calhoun had aid of Ulair, and Blair had said of John Catalinc Calhoun, and Pickens also, who, called Blair 'M g.iltauizcil corpse," (as well as many other things in this vein,) pronouncing Mr. King's comparison of Ins character with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 March 1841

Suvdvin. After hearing the ntguinonts of Messrs. ?.'.' u, Lr .1 'A"?L... .1.0 inrt uf the prisoner, and (MTOimmi u ui.iiii M- . t,,n,.n.. mul llr. ?Ul;nr,n;oyem,nUcn.,hp,.,..of!l.o r.r .1..' ,.,,. oot Stale, l ie 11101 on v- w ; ,'Vt i iii T -V.- n Tucflilav next, nt 11 A. M. si-.i:ihe mot 011 vvn 0vrrn1cn1.m11 Sunnr.? DK..T.t.-At the largo Dull, Ki '." P"'; lamt, in ll.o Htclnnen Hull, before the da nciK had began, Mr. William Parker having led his l'1'". the floor for tlin purpose of taking part '? ,h dance, fill su.ldcntl lo the floor, and was camci m t of the. loam. A .iirceoa vvn immediately called, ond he wn found ltfelc. Hh .leath was occasioned by nn organic disease of the hcatt. A IUcn. f.ast Saturday, in the violent gale, tho train on the r.rrntj Island llailroail arrived nt Hick Tiile'i in the train wire n couple of bnginigc ear?, which were dctatched jut before going into iho depot. The fury of the winds immediately seized the two ears, and sent them back upon the road. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 March 1841

mm o.'srajB. "He toui-hol hi harp, and nations heard, entranced." I." ....... fl. lH.,1... At the birth-day of ilie Fattier of his Country the nan n-miuuiiaar aim winnut rcproieii, wlio, like the lovely cA (Arm-re, of the Grecian artist, exhibits in one glow of associated biauty the prido of every muuci ami 1110 pertcction ot every inastcr like OV ar. m-rrifnl t lllm irnn.l.nl i:i. t, . , .'iu, j,iui:ii uivu icii'lll, continent j the man, whom the temptations cf turtit vuiiu iiuiiurtupi is near til naim, will you givo n corner nf vour u-wlele ei'i-ei-t.if,-,l ......a. ... ,t.- r.n.... . , 'j'jii'w . me i,jiiu,v ng beautiful trilmtp to the nionn.ry of the immortal dwuHOTvx, lawen irom an linglish neuspnper ? IiCWULLI.V. IVom the London Weikly Despatch. TIlBllH'S A STAR IS TllV. WKST. TWsn Plarin the wct that tltall never go down, Till the reeurdii of I'llordieay: He .ir.ist worship its licfit tliouK!i 'tis not our own, ror liberty hursts in Ha ray; Shall (he name of a Warrington ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 March 1841

WW NOT THE O L O n V OP 0 JB S A R OUT THB W 8 & F A It OP BOMS. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1841. VOL. XIV ....No. 42. MT. A'RHNON UlUDIilt, Polvglott Hibc of tliilercnl sixes ami bius'nig-, Pocket llihle and Toinmenls nnil a general n orimcnt of stntiona-ryjti-l received from N, York and for -ale by College M. .ict'23. S. HUNTINGTON. l-'ann lor I'or Sale. mill'. subsciibcr oiler-for salon l-nrm , J. oncnml nhalfimlc.sfioiii thoCollcEO on the vA tiiuoki turnpike, containing oil, 100, 1"0, or MO acres of land as tlio pur- .1... ... ....... p iimse. 1 he Inn unit's wi Ii little ex- -icno may I'1-1 S00-' 0011 Jmim "r a lavcr"t anl' '.hsre 11 tut a better location for such an establishment i .nertii"' , ,,,., -pMn r ,,n.. OClW'CCIl IHII Hi . ,;, mcnt easy, an 1 any enterprising industrious man with a small capital may own a good establishment in n few years by 1--Uasin, tliirot Y-. Burlington, Jan. II, Hll. (""VAIJIXHT 1VAI.U. The subscriber ha? restim J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 March 1841

umhb ipibibs8 from tho Huston Timoi. FOREIGN, Tlio Caledonia Stoainshipnrrivcd at hcrmonr lugs in Hojtoti liarbor on Saturday, at 11 l-'J o'clock, A. M. Sho (.ailed fiom Liverpool on ilia ltli., aiideomcquently &hc lias had a passage of 10 iluys. The Caledonia left Halifax half past II P. M. Thursday and ran to" Huston 390 mile in 30 hours making the passage from Livorpool to Boston in 15 days. The steamer Acadia performed her outward voyage hi thirteen days and a few hours. Tho packet South America reached Liverpool In fif teen days and a half. Tho French Colonial .1inistor Iim cent or der to the French West India Island., in con sequence of the infamous treatment of tho fe male slavo and the acquittal of her owner, that henceforth all private prisons arc ah dished, and that slave can only bo confined in the public prisonr, and that r.t least one half of the judges must bo sent from Franco j with tome other mi nor regulations. Tho remit of the discussion on the secret Funds in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 March 1841

I .1 Fnm tho Evening Journal. WOOL AND WOOLEN 51A.NL kacture. It is nuiMtcr of serious Import to nil engaged in tlio Woolen Manufacture in our country, to lie nble to form soma judgment ofita probable productiveness for tho coming year. For four years past, it senrco ndinitsof a doubt, there is not one of the larger estab lishment!" in this branch of industry among us, which has "held itsowiii" somo there arc, which, with the most prudent management and the utmost economy, have kept their machinery in repair only by infringing on their capital, while others have been compelled to stop their operations and wind up their allairs. Is this year to bo equally unproductive, pr disastrous? Had this question been asked threo months, or even one mouth ago, the answer of almost every manufac turer would Invc been, "there is a prospect before us of a bettor business than has been done since 1933." And the opinion would have been supported by a ref erence to the more general confidence pervadin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 March 1841

H touched his harp, and unions heard, entranced." death of thi: nusT uoun. bv Willis o. c.irk. Young mother he if none, His dimpled check no muro widtoiich thy breast, 'i iiioie tli c musie lono rioal fiom his lips to lliineail fondly prist; Itis smile an jhappy lautdi are lol in tluc, Esrih must his mother and his pillow ho. tl .was it morninj Imar, Anl hi. hath p.scd in In nut y ficW the diy, A Imil nut yet a llmu r : Torn in it'jMve'ilitcssf.nui the jnroni f pray, The c 1 1 " 1 1 wind swept linn to his !ofl iipoio, As Trust m i-;n iti-l:ti:c liliyhls the early icsc. Never on earth arain WJ1 hi? rich aeci nts charm thy listening rar, Like- pome .11 jhan .-Ham, llrcatlun at even-tah i u lie and eli ar i Hi j:ec U choked ii dul, and on hi? evt i Thaunhroken Fial ol punc and silence liu. And from thy jcarnins luart, Whou inmost core was warm with love for hhri, A flailms mutt ihp-it, And those Kind cycy v.iih many Wars be dim j While, lonely incnmiie", mi tinceasini; train, Will turn...

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