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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 April 1841

tatt fv&t fte NOT THE OLORY OF 0 Jfl S A R ) DDT TUB WBZ.FARB OF ROME, BY II. B. STACY, BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AP R IL , 1841. VOL. XIV....N0. Tavern Sliind l-'orSilc. rplll! subscribel oilers for J. sale his Tavern stand, best known ai the Eldridgc place two miles from the College, on tlio Winooski Turnpike, with .a" .11 ncrcs of pond land. Till house is 4G feet square, two tunics high; one barn 10 liy 50 feet, horse-shed and good stables, wood sited and granary. The stand beinj; on the comer where the Hincsburgh road intersects the turnpike, there is not a better lncalion for a tavern stand between Bur lington and Montpclicr. Any enterprising man with a small capital may own a good establishment by pnrchasing this properly. LEWIS H1GBEE. Burlington, March 1st, 1811. IN1 OITCE. 11. II. KELLOGtl.Tailnr, would re.pect- fnl v inform I ho inhabilnnls of Burlington that heha.cuminenccl t lie above bu'tnc In the budding hreel V ntiposite Ihu tl I btiuie l.tctorv nt the rail , a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 April 1841

IConeAvvJco. from fouflh ftse- his nutagonist, !iipnie:ntly tloterniincil on li is destruction should liu attempt to como ashore, lio seemingly became panic struck and con fused ; anil, after glaiint; wildly around him nn instanl, sunk again, Willi a gurgling sound, licnoatli the surface to risu no mores to llio view. Wall a look of still unniitisatcd inahe-o ami ferocity and willi (lie same lucnaciii!,' iilliliulc, tlio ruthless Id dor tooil waiting fjrn se-cemd nppc.irniiceof Ins vic tim n full moment, when ho bruin Ui exhibit tokens of surprise and loweieil his weapon a little, still keep ini:, however, his eye keenly fixed on the spot. Afler waiting In vain nearly another moment for thcihow niii;;inan to rise, the I'.lder became ihoioughly alarm til, and, throw in 4 down his oar, hurriedly retreated n M.I or two on the bank. Itcrolin turned and (hew Another anxious and troubled look upon and around th - f.tlal spot. A Dw faint bubble, riiii2 sueces ive-lv to the) surface, alone ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 April 1841

wont to go there. I wont have a d d priest conio mar mi'. It is Midi holms nitidis confessions which will startle not only those who have feeling minds, hut even those whonro already hardened in crime. WAsmtoTOV, March 23. The members of the Cabinet nro most busily cm-: ployed in nrrnnging their vniious 6uriu.rnnd depart ments. They hnvc commenced, and arc carryingout nil examination of the finances of the country, the amount of debts left by the picceding administration, its liabilities, responsibilities, ifcc. &.C., which in all branches, aro multiform and many. Tho great causa for the cnlloflhc Extra Session W09 tho ascertained fact, that it was Impossible to meet the cxpe uses of the Government after August next. New Hooks will be opened, and Iho precise amount of debts left will bo slated to the next Con gress. Mr. Stevenson sent home from England by llielast steam-ship nrrivid at Boston, n large amount of dis patcher the nature and character of which is not known, hut pres...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 April 1841

"He to'.ic'u-il liialmrp,nrU unions heard, entranced." I'limi the Pii.l:i(ldiVn Chronicle. TIIC GKniv.V MOUNTAIN UOV. dv jkek t:. row. llo! cive mc niv father's silent pun Haptiwd in thoblood of I.exitiEtuna A.id over my youthful ho.oni fling powder-horn with its ciitnsnii .ttinr, And spread around mo his MmiUt warm, That 1 tiny liiitlo thu vvintei V storm s I.i bbss i.ic, mother, with tears of joy, Tor 1 mil n wild (.item Mountain boy. Th" hills that smile in the morning beam, Ami rchoi'.ijeiiili.'s miitin "treami 'I'll ' ,vly rucrs t lint howl along I.iw' the inity tide of a drinking song j Th. pcnive vale, and iliclatiulnns ha, Tli cat"" through the Revolution fnei Thi'V w.iit to rr'io my shout of joy, For 1 mil a mid Grim Mountain toy. Oh toll mo not that the F-.r.th forrct The liMntthnt Inpcd to the bavomt, Wh 'M Eut.ev in'iiL'led her fonn'i'm's flood With theeriiison tide nf Xv I'.i ir''.::d blood, Aii the soldiir drooi .1 'urvtlu' in'iglcd vim, And found a grave in the Caroli...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 April 1841

... NOT THH G L O n Y OF 0 Si SAR, BUT TUB WE iTrTT B O P RoTT BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1811. VOL. XIY....X0. 4:. Tavern Stand l-'oi-Hale. THE subscriuel oilers for sale bis Tavern slnml, IjcsI known ns llic Hldridge place i"o times irniii 1110 college, on tlio Winooski Turnpike, with .1-1 nnrna nf i.nr.,1 Im.l 'l'l... house is J0 feet squire, two stories high; one liam JO by oO feet, horsc-sltcd an. good sin Ides, wood shed TEW BOOKS-Blnke's Biogrnphicni Dictionary nnd granary. The stand being on the corner where i 109C pastes large imperial octavo; Johnson's the Hincsburgh road intersects the turnpike, there is i conipltlo works new edition, Hymn's works, Wake's not a better location for a tavern stand between Bur- Letters on confirmation, Wake's Evidences of chris lington and Monlpclier. Any enteipn-ing man with tinml v, just received by iy23 C GOODHICH i small capital may own a mod establishment bv " NOTICE. 1!. II. KELLOGG, Tailor, would rcpect full...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 April 1841

IXTTIUtS FROM THE METROPOLIS. No. V. Nr.w Ynnn, March 27, 1311. Several vcrv valuable publications hac boon brought out by our publishing houses during tlic past week. Tlio Applctons have just issued a work whicli will 1)0 warmly welcomed by scholars and highly prized by tlio general read cr : it is Schlegcl' Philosophy of History,' trans lated from tlio Herman by James Uusscl Robert-! son. An interesting Memoir of the Author is nrclhcd. As a philosophical work, I do not think it fully equal to many of the productions of it celebrated author : his Lectures on Dra matic Literature are distinguished by more crit ical ability and will be more generally read. Still this is a crv able work and will bo a very valuable addition to the library of the historical student. The Life and Land of Ilurns' is another ex cellent work iust published. ningham's Life of the Poet, and sketches by, Thomas Campbell, of the various places immor talized by his songs with the masterly critical cay on his Gen...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 April 1841

DEATH OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Wo discliargo the most painful duty thai has yet devolved upon tis us public journal ills in announcing to our readers the itinvul come and unlookcd Air intelligence of the uenih of GuNr.itAL ll.uimso.v. Tho particu Jars of this heavy and tilllictiiig dispensation will bo found annexed. Tho President died lull of years and honors, in tho service of the Republic tho parting words will forev er hallow his memory in tho hearts of the American Peoplo. From tho New York American. DEATH OK Till? PRUSIDF.NT OK Till UNITED STATES. Otltntlcnt tcrris tunc taut it m fata, ticquc ultra Ettt owitm. The hopes mill ttlC tears of ll.n Inst few dnvs nm cerning Hie hcallli of Ilia Prcsid.nt of tho United oiaies, arc resolved by the inexorable hand of Death He tsarik quietly lo rest on Sunday morning, at half. liasi mcivc o ciock. ror mm perhaps no expression of regret should he uttered, lor alter uu honorable and usciui career, snaichcu, m advanced lire, f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 April 1841

wains ibiriBak Wm M fees' "11 touched h'n harp, and nalionshcaid, entranced." II j'TIio fiillowinp grauilaml soHl-slirrtns lyric, from the nun of a New England pool, was writ Ion on hearing that it was in couteinilnt ion hy the Navy Department lo hrcal: tip the oh) frigate Constitution, and to coll her timber?. Though scarcely any notice moms to liavo heen taken of it hy any of the thousand anil one of our American critics, wo have ever regarded it as greatly smporior lo Campbell's far-famed ".Mari ners of England." The author is Omveii Wuvtini.t. Holmes, of Cambridge, .Mass. : Of.D lKONSIHIvS. v tKirlier.tattcr'd ensign down ! 'Imixs has if waiil cm high, And many an cyo has d.meed to soc, , Thai limner in Ihe sl.vs Hc'ipatli it rmy the h-tldc shout, And uiit"l the cannon's roar; T iv !,'.! ol the omui air S .-ill ,w'iji the clouds no inoie! It ' vl; -once led with In rocs' Wood, V. ir ';ueh i'ii' 1'itiqui'ti'il fuc, ' n winds were hurrying n r llic fl oil, nl w ivi'i were white be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 April 1841

NOT THE GLORY OP OJBSAR, BUT TUB WBLPABB OP O M B. BY ll. B. STACY. K3L. SALS. 1 PAIR OF OXEN, 7 Cows, I Horses, 2 Stags, o wagons, - inris, niiiiicnsis, riuwu, narrows, find nil kinds of Farming Tools. The above Melons Ing to the Estate of J. H. Hall, ondwillbc sold low lor ready pay or on snort credit lor coon paper. LYDIA HALL, Admn. Williston, April 7, 18I1. MISS E. SPENCER. ITT'OtiLI) Jesnocfntlv V V inform the Ladies of Ilurlington and its vicinity, mm sue nas openeu a snop in the I! rick buildim-. mi the cormr Kast of the Pearl M. House, where she in 'tends carrvintr on the bus. iness of Millinery ami isrcss mnhiiii. Work done in the latest and most fashionable stvle. Ilenair- ing and bleaching Straws atldli'L'llorilfi.doni'oii short notice, she intends keeping a good assortment of Bonnets, caps, Minions, Mowers, Nilks and Laces. Hy diligence and perseverance m her business the Hopes io receive a mare oi me patronage. Vound ladies desirous of learning the business will Sic ta...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 April 1841

DEATH OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Wo discharge tho most painful duty that has yet devolved upon tis in public journal iiti in announcing to our roadors tho unwel come and unlookrd for intelligence! of tho death ofGE.vr.nAi. IIahmson. Tlio particu lars of this heavy and ttftlicting dispensation will bo found annexed. The President died full of years uuil honors, in tho, scrvico of the llepublic tho parting words will forev er hallow his memory in tho hoarls of tho American Pcoplo. From the New York American. Dn.vra or the president ok the UNITED STATES. OilentUnt Itrris hunetanlumfata, ncqvt ultra Estc sinent. The hoped and the fiars of tho list few dnp. con cerning the health of the President of tho J'"'1 Slates, ate resolved hy the inexorable hand of Death. He sank quietly to rest on Sunday morning, at half past twelve o'clock. Tor lum perhaps no expression of regret should ho uttered, for after an houorablcand ustfid career, snitched, in ndvaneed life, from the re tirem...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 April 1841

with llit public servica. A strict responsibility on llie port of all the agents of tlio Government should bu maintained, and peculation or defalcation visited with immcuiniu expulsion irom uinec mi me niusicuiiuicii punishment. Tho public interest demands, that, if any war nai existed between the Government nnd the currency, it hall cense. Measures of n financial character, now hivim' (he sanction of legal einctnictit. shall bo faith fully enforced tin til repealed by the legislative ntithor ity. Itut I owe it to myself to declare lint I ward tiifingcnactmentsns unwise and impolitic, und in a huh decree oppressive. I -ha1! promptly, nivci my unction to any constitutional measure which origin Mini! in Coneress. shall have for its object the resto- latiou of a sound circulating medium, so essentially Accessary to givaconfiilciicein all the transactions of me, iu secure 10 iiiuusirv us mn mm iiui-quniu rc ward, and re-establish the pubhc prosperity. In de ciding upon the adaptation of...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 April 1841

"Ilutouclint h linrp, nml nations heard, entranced." A FRAGMENT. Once, in a dream, I saw n shape of power Ami unimaginable beauty, clad In a cst of brightness ptnr-ilrnpt, nrmeil with A splu-i e (ci'ksli;il temper) while arniiml Rla.od firi-lm liiiht intense and far beyond Tlioe. Blieeted lightning, lliatbv night, cast out Their splindnrs near the line. , The vision rpokc Cheering, anil as it spoke tlic air liecamu Painfully sweet. Sucli ndnrsas llie roc Wastes nn thr sinnnier air. nr sueli as tie From bed of hyacinth, or from j'itniu Mowers, ir vviicn tne nine-even vimci wci ps upon Some sloping hank'rcniote, while the tiling sun (Creeping wilhm her sheltering bower of leaves) brie up her tears, weie nought fantastical It spoke in tones calhedial organ (touched lly mi-tir hand) ne'er (jnc-nor April winds Wandeiing thruiiL'ti harps .Hulhn nor the note Of insioml ninr. hr.nd on the Garonne banks Ai w.hiIkI.) n.ir Stnnish youth's (fllitnr. fdr, IV whi touched nor slinilis that take th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 April 1841

fee MwMntmt fvm lttfifi. NOT THE OLOBY OP OASAB) BUT THE WELFARE OP SOME. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, F R I D AY, APRIL 23, 1841. van VOL. XIV....Nt. 46. SALS. I PAIR OF OXKX, 7 Cows, 1 Horses, 2 Slaps, J. G Wagons, I Carls, Harnesses, Plows, Harrows, nnd nil kinds of Farming Tonli. The alioo belong lug to Ihc folate of J. II. Hull, anil will be sold low for ready pay or on short crt dit fur cd paper. LYIHA HALL, Admn. Williston, April 7, 1311. MISS E. SPENCER. t ?nt'f t . A. II.. '"Ii5l(L ' inform the l.ndics of Iliirlirtqiuu unit its vicinity, that she has opened a shop in the Uriel; littildinir, on jri! lliccnrnerKnstoftlio Pearl fi(P,Sl.Unufc, vvlicro she in- icnus carrv mir on tnc lills iness of Millinery and Dress nialilm. Woik done in tliclntctand most fashionable stylo. Impair ing and bleaching .Straws andlenhorns.doneon short notice. She intends keeping n good assortment of Jionnets, Caps, llibhons, I'lowcrs .Silks and I. aces. By diligence and perseverance in her...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 April 1841

FUNERAL SERMOH. Fitract from a Discourse delivered on S.tbbttth, April lSlli, on occasion of tho death of the President of the United States. nr J. k. coNvnnsi:. for fit nation and kingdom that in'i not scree Thee shall ptvit'i tic t (ViooC iiufioiu fluill be utility leastid. -Isa. CiU-1'.'. Thcs" words contain mi important pmiciptu lv which llml rcijutatrs the il potisations of Ins Provi dence towards nation), '1'hcy present a sentiment frr,ui;ntly iiiculoitcd m the scriptuics and tibuudnnily illMt Had in nil thcMnoli inning lo- ni of llio jasi. H ippy vt -uld it bo l'nr tin Liiiil, if ly menu ul the pnl, u .mil ihcprcs, this sentiment cuulil lm bronchi id.i'. rctlv In i very mini!, ;iml bo made, nt this i ii" aa la.iuliar ru household winds ntuvcry fireside. I' ici, . calls in nnd nil our ftltow ciltizcii- to ii t - -'nil, I m,l profound nici'.'-ii t on tl.o.uci' Vail tf . '' i,i t'tat iciUiiotsii ce tY, d shall psiislt- niul bu u' t. I vvistci1. Cud Is a sntctcmn tmioni! tils !i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 April 1841

Lin-mia frojitiii: jii'tropolis. No. IX. New Yunu, April IT, ISII. Yesterday, wo had an arrivalfroin Canton, bringing news from China some eighteen days laicr lliaii had previously 1 ecu received Iiy way of Pnglnnd. The ship left Macao on thu Gtli of January, flu' brought no political mtelligcnce iil'nny great important e. In company with anollicr ship flic was allowed to leave tho harbor, out of special courtesy to the Auiciican flag, by Iho llritish cominandiT of ibc hloekndinj; squadron. The dinicutlics b Iwteti Pnglaiul nud ibu Celestial Finpircscim to boas fir from n successful termination asevcr. -In attack was intended on the llogue forts on the '."lli Prccinbir lat; but nn the day previous a 'ilmp' arrived, and ncgociatioiis were again renewed. The Chinese hae junks loaded with stone ready to .'ink in the harbor in case the British squadron approaches to attack the Ports. In tbo mean tune, the army at Cliusnu has ken diminished nearly one third, by death and by the removal o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 April 1841

arvi.rirB.r,, n. wrr T"Wi MID 8 'iln touched hi harp, nml nations heard, entranced.' Pur the Hurliinjluii Frio Pic5. 1.1 NHS Oil thcdcalh (icn. I Phi. It. II trristm, VrduUnlof the United Nurf. What mournful tidingsstilkc our cars, lly western winds- borno tin! With gr'uf unfeigned, ii ii wo hoar, The death of llairison. He whom the Nation's voice ha J plac'd At llic HcpnMic'et licn.l, A lVi'SuIi'iit'li" he, ala, Is tituubcr'd with the duul. JJ.it one short month ago, lictnuk Tho Picsidcntial Chair; 1 'here vv c w ith r anguine hop? did look Por our deliverance there. Vli l;tle tho'l the countless throng That liinrKM lh' iuiiig'rnl tlay, A i.l ehi tl the Hero till alone, That Death li.-idinark'd his piey. Ili' heal t einbrac'il in its Iitoatl space ""he indigent ami poor, Who frit at home whene'er they romo Wnhiii his collage tloor. lie's gone, thehonor'd tnul the hravf, To join th' illustrious hand. Who ere ihey sank into their graves l'ltsided o'er our land. The savage foe was mad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 April 1841

V NO? THE OLOBT OF C JB S A R BUT THE W E X. P A K B OF ROMS. BY II. li. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1841. VOL. XIV....N0. 47. l'OH SALS. I PAIR OK OXEN, 7 Cows, 4 Horses, 2 Sings, X G Wngons, 4 Carls, Harnesses, Plows, Harrows, nnd nil kinds of Farming Tools. The nhctvo belong ing to the Estate of J. H. Hull, nnd will be sold low for ready pay or on short credit for good paper. t.YDIA HALL, Admn. Willision, April 7, 1811. IV1ISS r. SPEXOJ-.R. WOULD Jcspecrully inform the Ladies of llurlington and its vicinity, that she hns opened a phop .titS i 'he lirick building, on ; thceorner l-nstorihe Pearl w'Z. St- House, where she in- nulla t.u I ) luu "ii luc iius- incps uf .Millinery and Drrss making. Work done in the latest and most fashionable style. Repair ing nnd bleaching Straws andleL'liorns. doncon short notice. She intends Keeping a good assortment ol Bonnets, Caps, Kilmons, l-iow-crs, silks ami l.aces. Ily diligence and perseverance m her business she hopes to r...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 April 1841

(PHIIB DPD&118! nf till- i fre licit, StlM ' ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WESTERN. Nr.w YotiK, Apr-Fiji. Tito Groat West ern, Captain Iloskins, brings us news four d,iy.s t.itcr. It does not appear to be of spe rm! importance. At the time of tlio sailing of tlio Great Western, tin President, which lind tlien been out twenty-nine days, had not arrived. The general opinion was that she had gone into Fayal for coal, which would detain her one week at least. Tim packet ship North America had reach ed Liverpool with the latest news from this country. The only comment we find relat ing to it, is the following: "The news relative to Mr. M'Lcod, nnd the pros reel of Ins liberation, rnnnot I c considered snli?fnc tory. The repor's re garding his ien10v.1l from Lock port to Albany nr altogether uatrue; lluto is now little douht but that his trial will take place at Lock port. Thu Attorney General has setoirto Lockport, tj r.s to b present at the Inn'. "Ilcispmvidcu with an authenticated ropy of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 April 1841

FUNERAL OHSEQUIES. Tlic funeral cer-nimiics on Friday Inst in remembrance of tlio lalu Pri'sitlcnt, were solemn mul iniposinjr, nnd conilncleil with great propriety throughout! Nul'.vitliM.ind ing tho excessive had travelling n very hire number of people assembled I'rem this and the neighboring towns. At eleven o'clock the procession formed at tho Square under the direction of Col. Thomas, and led by an rNcelent band of music tinder the direction of Wni. F. Grisivold Esq. ami escoited by Capt. Walker's company of Light Infantry, proceeded to the Brick Church. The church was crowded to overflowing, und seldom have wo seen so attentive an audience The pulpit galleries, &c. were hung-in deep mourning, and the place, .the occasion, nnd the services, all conspired to impress the audience with deep reverential awe. Tho exercises opened with a voluntary from the organ, chaiinting lite Lords Prayer and sing ing the following hymn : When thccnlmnes of evening lulls nntnrc to rest, Ami th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 April 1841

'lie touched his harp, and nations heard, entranced." Prom Hone's livery Day Book. MAY. Then came fnire May, the favtcst mayd on ground, Deckt nil with dainties uf her seasons pryde, And throwing llow'resnut of her lap around ! I 'non two brethren' sliouldcis she did ride, 'I h i Iwinncs nf I.cda i which on cither side C -..l 1. til... .. L.ivnr-tlnnrillllfi 3tippui It'U 1 1 U I . Hiss" lu lilt., c-u . ... ....... v ... I .prill hownll creatures laughl, when her they Fpido, Aud'Jeapt and danc t as tlicy liatj ravisnthcen i And Cupid sclfo about her fluttered all in greene. 8ptni.tr. So liittli 'divincst Spencer' represented llio fiftli month in tho venr, in the "rand pageant whichMo nil wlio have seen it, is still pros- rnt ; lor neither the Iaurcnto's olhce nor the Doet's art hath devised a spectacle more gor geous. Castor and Pollux, 'the twinnes of Leda,' who appeared to sailors, in storms with lambent fires on their ho.uls, tnvlholo nists have constellated in the firmament, and ...

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