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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 December 1845

'-J.-1 Ml TEIIMS OF TI1K " llU ltK AX " H. B. MANSER, JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. PttRt.lsHrfU AND S pHormiTOHS. t. H. .It.lSSKH, Editor, Office in Centre Alley, in the rear of if. B. Mai- icr'i Store. THE" AMERICAN" in published every Satur day "t TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Alt arrearages a to paid. No subscriptions received for a lea period than an month. All communications or Inters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. 3 !B ATTORNEY MA33EF., AT LAW, SUXTBVRY, PA. lJusincss attended to in the Counties of Nor thumlerlauJ, Union, l.vcominjr. and Columbia, liefer lot P. fi A. KOVUt'lIT, I.OWKR fc BaRRO, SoMERS A. KffODflRAH, 'Al7fff. KsTflOLHS, Md'ARHMI) A: Oo. SPKRINO, 'lOIMI fc Co., ALKXANDKIl I.. H1CKKV. TRUNK 1YIAKEH, No. 150 C liostiut Street, rillLADELPKIA. WHERE nil kinds of leafier trunk, valises and carpet bat, of every style and pattern are tnanufictuicd, in the tt manner and fr.mi the lien...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 December 1845

MESSAGE l It K 8 1 I lTi T POLK. To Af .Senate ani Ilouxe of Itijiretentatitrt 0 f At United SlaUt : It in toiue a sourco of urtafTectcd satisfaction lo muct tho Representatives of Hie States nnd the people in Congress assembled, as it will be .1u receive the aid of their combined wisdom in sAitrtnistratiiiit of public affairs. In per Winning, Tor tlie first time, the duty imposed nn .'nMiy the Censtittnion, o( giving to you itifor nifctmn of the Gtto ot the Union, a ml ,r. coin nu iidinjr to your -consideration such measures tis in my judgment are nucersatv and expedient I 1 a n happy thul I can cnngra'tiliito yon on the ! continued prosperity of our coutitrv. Under the blotting of Divine Providence iinil the be- iiiirn.iiiHuenco of our free institution, it ftunriH helms the world aspuctttclc ol national huppi. Hera. , With our unexampled advancement in nil the . .'tnneiiid nf national greatness, lhe affection of! the people is confirmed lor tho union of Hie States, and for tho doc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 December 1845

Our relation with the Indian trite are more favorable than heretofore. Tlrey are more favo rably disposed to remove west of the Mississippi. The commerce of the U. States has so m.ch in creased, that we are now second to but one pow er in the world, and shall at no distant day be se cond to none. The extension of Steam Navigation on the o cean is also recommended, as a wise policy ol defence, he. The income of the Goneral Post Offlce is next referred to, w hich will fall short of the expendi lures, this year, between one and two millions of dollars. The message says. : In the adjustment of tlia tariff of postapes the intcresteof the ponplo demand, that the lowest rate bit adopted which will produce thn iiccee eriry revenue to meet the expenditure of the de partment. 1 invite lint attention of Onions to the u?irP8tion of I ho Postmaster-General on this aubject, under thn belie! that such a modi ficatinn o( the Into law may be made as will yield sufficient revmuio witluuit further cul...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 December 1845

t 4 'h Partition of (he Barth. IFRllM SCHILLER. "i give yoti the earth," from his throne in high "heaven 'Igiv )'ou the earth" to hit subjects cried Jove, "Tor once and forever in foe it is given, ;3ut see yon divide it in brotherly love." Thru all who had hands fell to work in a minute, And great was the stir both 'mon; young and 'mong old. The harvest attracted the farmer to win It, AnJ swift through the woods swept the torres ner bold. 7f he merchant laid hold of his bales and his riches, The ubbol he seized on the noble red wine, The Ling shut up his portals and drew up his bridges, And cried to his people, the taxes are mine." .St last, when the scramble had long time been . fluted, The mrf appeared from far regions'hemme (Met ah ! all iiround every scrap was expended, j5.nd every thing went by some other nun's iatne. 'Woe is uie ! and shall I tliat with truelt devo- Slave served thee of all, be forgotten alone." iSo the povt exclaimed ; and o'ercome with emo tion .Sunk down, l...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 December 1845

I TERMS OF T1TE AlWEniCAW IT. fl. MA89ER, JOSEPH EI8ELY. " FoStlSHiS S PaoraiaToas. If. J?. JtJ$SEHf SMttr. Office in CtntrttlleyTirTtfie rear of H. B. Mat ' eer't Store. THE AMERICAN" isubh'Aed every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin wed till Ait arrearage are paid. NoiuWriptioni received for a leat period than eir norths. All coromunicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to ineure attention, HioatbaPOST PAID, i 3. Be lIASSEn, ' 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUITBtrKT, pa. . Buaineaa attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union. Lvcoming and Columbia, litter to I P. St A. Rovswut, T.nwia it Hi Runic. Somkrs A S-oDoaass, RernoiDa, McFabiasd & Co. tSriBiite, Ooou & Co., ALEXANDER L. I1ICKEY.. TRUNK MAKER. 1 No. ISO Cliesnut Street, . PHILADELPHIA. WHERE all kindi of leather trunk, valise and carpetbags,- f every atyle and pattern are rnanefrctured, in the but manner and from the best materiel, and sold at th...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 December 1845

I Mathematica are the favorite study cifCapt. Fremont, boliny bit favorite recreation j but nil the sister eiencca eome in for a share of Ins attention, and the langusges.botli ancient nd modern, are not neglected. Greek and Latin came with his acbool education. French ani Spinisli have been added. Gorman ie in a rnurse cf acquisition ; ar.d his whole life is di vided between field labors and literary studies, f Jis life is a pattern, and big succc. an encour affluent, to all the noble-minded young men of America who, despising a life if sloth nud ease, ir to honorable distinction by their own meritorioui exertions, fie i married to a tiiuolrter of Senator Benten. but looks to his own exert ira, nof le it: notorial in fl ucntt, fur advancement and promotion. Ilia widowed mother lives to see the fame, and t receive the support, of a son, left an orphan at four years nf aye, and beginning it seventeen to provide for himself, far Jier, aud lor a younger lrwtii:r and sinter. Capt. Fremo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 December 1845

Correspondence nftlie Trlbnne. LwMnon, Nor. IStli, l"?4fi. Since, the 1st inst, there Ims been little or no speculation in Corn, and the trade left to its usual course or supply ami demand. The mar ket has been in a very dull and innctivt state, with declining prices for moot articles, except Indian Corn, of which there has been consider able enquiry, as it is not only looked upon as an .excellent substitute for Potatoes, and has fur w ma years been used lor human food in Ireland, tint there is a strong expectation that Govern ment uiay relax the restrictive system with re grd to this article, by admitting it free of duty ; and it i not grown in this country, such a measure would not meet with much opposition. Its present vtlue is about .His. a iis. p. rqr. in bond but as the duty on it is governed by that of Barley, and this latter article is now reced ing in value, we do nut expect to sec a lower duty than I5s crls. per qr. at present. The check winch has been iriven to Oats will ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 December 1845

ass V) Matften and hr Motliea. Mots 7 hk er.Nri "fecu my -mother, yesternight, Found out the kin you gae Tty stealth, (fwrhape it was not tight,) She's done nought eUo but rare. Therefore I think I 'J bent at once, Return yeur kiss to end it ; Tor if there's harm done, any dune ' Must know (hat will amend it. But mind I woW on no account Give for yonrUs another, Kor add the least to love' amount. But on'y for my mitVr. o I'll at once my kiss bestow : Now then be quiet, do! So close mir lips met I don't know Which first kiss'd I or you '. Therefore, to save mistake, I must Let that for nothing go, And with one more replace the first; Don't reckon it a two. "Cut mind, -I would on no account G.ve for one kiss another, "Nor add lh least to love's amount, But only for my mother! American Flour. It is assented by one of the most eminent ba iters ir. London, that American flour will absorb from 8 to 10 per cent, more of its own weight of water in manufacturing it into bread or biscuit, 'ha...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 December 1845

- terms op r. ameiucax." If. B. MASSER, JOSEPH EI8EI.Y. PUBLISH AMD 5 pROPRtKTORI. It. B. M.1SSK II, Editor. Office in Centre'AlieyTinlhe rear of If. B. Has i tcr'i Store. THE" AMERICAN" in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to he pud half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ill arrearages are paid. ; No aubncripliona received for a less period thnn worth. All communications or letter on .famines relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. . - - . .V4""""? P . L . ATTORNEY AT LAW, SUXTBUnV, PA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thumberland, Union. Lveoming and Columbia. Refer tot . . P, & A. RoTovnT, I.OWKR V lURROjr, Ssmkhs & Nnoiiurass, I'Mfad. RxTOLtl, McFaRLA1I & Co. ALKX VXDKll L. IIICKEY. T RUNIC MAKER. Xo. 150 1 licsmit Street, nilLADELP HIA. WHERE all kinds of leather trunk, valises and carpet hags, of every style and pattern are manufactured, in the hiwt manner and from the best tnaienals, and sold at the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 December 1845

JKTVlStt IttTRS-nAPTISW. Naw-Yoas., Nov. 20, 1845. M. M. Noun, Ejq. : Dear sir: White reading your very Interest ing illustrations of Hebrew law and usages, p.iblished in The Tribune, I was rather sur. prised to meet the declaration that Baptism was Hebrew rire: and 1 beg leave to say that I shall be g ratified by being enabled to see the evidences of the fact, and to hate your opinion .f the Origin 0f the rite. My attention having fc-een directed to the investigation of the An cient Mysteries, havo become satisfied that a. epocies of Baptism was practiced therein, More Mie foundation of the Hebrew Commonwealth, Indis, Ejjypt, Greece end Britain; and a !mn Mysteries, in the remote antiquity of their tintii'ition, were intended to preserve a pure worship of the Deity, and the transmission of the tMditirma of the early ages of the human fsmi Iv, the ritual must have had one common origin. hu I was not aware that Baptism had been in cMnprated into the Jewish rite. Th?re is also another...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 December 1845

T W B K T T . I I Jt TlXro 5 O R K 9 . Correspondence oftrAJVm. American. SENA'Vt? THE ARMY NAVY OREGON. Mr. CASS called up the resolutions heretofore submitted by him relative to the condition of the Army and Navy. The resolution having been read, Mr. Cast sustained them in a speech of some length, in which he took occasion to state his conviction that an important crisis is approach ing, and that the danger of war is imminent. The claims of the two nations, he said, are irreconci lable. War is a great calamity and should be avoided but there is greater calamity even than war, that is, national dishonor. The pre tentions of the two countries are such that there i no common ground on which we can meet. Shall we recede? No, Mr. President, such a thing is not to be thought of. If the last proposition of England be her ulti matum I have no hesitation in saying that it is equivalent to a declaration of war, and that hos tilities must commence upon the termination of the year1 notice. Da...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 December 1845

C7" The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger says the following effusion ba been put into my hands, which is said to have lieen picked tip in the ante-room of one of the departments ; as it is a very good picture of the subject, I have given it a name, and send it to . you as the ' ! i'i " Office. Ilnnler'a SollUqn;-. , To dance attendance upon greatness To sue to pli ad to beg to play the sycophant, And tell "loner yarns," of service rendered Of time and money spent t' advance the public pood v v , , j , Of private wrong endured of mined health Of suiTriing wives and famished offspring, Ma.le&cggavs, as it were, through patriotic eal -Uf how your gramlsires "fought and bled and died In freedom's cante" of nightly vigils spent' To write your enemy aa ass or kpave , The ink by gallons used, and paper by the ream, To nmr.e your kindred, who are ptiiots, all ; .And hr.w your mother's ceusin, of the fourth d. gree, Was grandson to the man wbo slept With General Jackso...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 December 1845

TERMS OPTJIK4MEniCAK.' "B-MASSER, i PiuiiiiHM, JOSEPH EI8ELY. $ roP.TOHi. M. B. Jft.lSStin, Editor Office in Centre Aliryinihe rear of H. B. Mat irr's Store. THE AMERICAN" ia published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per anhum to be yaid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions receded for a less period than ait months. All communications or tellers on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID, saw f- . . MASSE?,, ATTU II N V. Y AT LAW, SUIIBURY, PA. DusinM attended to in the Counties of Nor Chuml erlanJ, Union. Lycoming and Columbia. Itrier to I 1. ; A. Uiivni-iiT, I.owkii .V Ha it tin, Knvmi 5t inoni, l'ilaif. Kktsoliib, McFihiixii & Co. SpKSIJfO, 'lonii cfc Co. AM:XAM)Kll L. 1IICKKY. TRUNK MAKER. Ao. l.'iO liCMiitit Slrvt't, PHILADELPHIA. 1IT7"IIERE all kiniU of leHt'er trunk. valises and carpet hags, of every style and pattern are manufactured, in the lu st manner and frum the best material, an...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 December 1845

sWa4lrtftSaVsjS DATS I.ATKR FROU KCROfK. .arrival cf thtacaWX The steamship Aoaiwa arrived at Eon ton at jl: lnt 11 o'clock, A. M. on the ) 9th, bringing teivice Tom LutiJon tu tbe 3d and Livtijev) te t!i 4th iutt Tbe news i deeply interesting and highly im 7or 'ant. The warlike tone tf American journal respec ting the.i laimt of the United States to the tvhol of the Ore gon Territory bad aroused the British -press and the Government. Tlie former had com nut boldly, and declared that Great Britain could not and must not, tinder any circumstan ces, rel inqnidh her right in thia territory , while 1 i.o latter, in the shape of Cubinct Council, had, , instead of opening the port, a was expected, for the admitsion of foreign grain, been very active, According to report, in preparing for war The greatest activity prevailed at all the dockyard, find immense warlike preparations were being madf I'ich h had not been known for many years. The Great Western arrived at Liverpool on the CUt tilt...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 December 1845

thing as an equivalent for the loss of business on the Canal by turn road. 0. If it is still contended, upon the I'lthority or the experience of the State ofiV. York, that a Railroad will not takebuaine'e from the canal along1 eidr of which it passe, make it a condi tion of the charter of the Company, as in that Slate, that it shall carry nothing but passengers on its road, and eee if they will accept of it. Or, if it is still contended that it will increase the "business of the canal, require the Company per petually to make pood to the Slats a sum equal to the profits it now realizes on the canal, with a prospective increase equal to the ratio of increase on it tor the Ust live nr six years. 1 on . ilg both i,g, lom (i,e i,0jV- One 0f the legs will thus test the fincerity of tliene professions, j could not be found after the accident, being liter and find they would not touch the charter. j ally ground to pieces among the wood. After Tan iNTKKrnnKv. R or m RRmii .Wvr wM"S n ,hp ro...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 December 1845

The '.overs There was a candle man Anil he was very old, For it was thirty years or more Since he began to mould. lln bu.iness on his faee was wrote, As plain although on paper; Ilia long nose running to point, Ton aure would call a Viper. Anil flamelike plowed hii jo!ly fip, For drinkir.g hard and at lifting And made it red, and candle like, It brighter grew by muffing. A daughter fair he had, hut he Was went to beat and starve bar; aid she, "I'm sorry he's my pa, But wish that he was farther." And Cupid in her tender heart An arrow dared to throw 1 As that alone would be no use, He gave her, too, a beau. Put when her lover claimed her haud, The father did dispute; Said he, "Your ashes I would take, But I reject your suit." So when the shades of night were spread, He round the house would hover; And though he was no warrior, yet lie was a nightly lover. My father's coining," cried the maid ; "Oh ! lover, woe betide you Tor he will cane yon, I'm afraid ; Hut come with me, I'll hide ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 January 1846

TUKMS OF THE " AMLKICAX." JOSEPH EISELY j Pjmhto.. I". Jf. JMSStiH, Editor, ' fice in Centre Alky, in the rear of II. U. Mas ter's Store.) THE" AMERICAN" in Puhlishcd.every S atur day it TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. N o paper discontin ued till Ait arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a tea period than an months. All communication or loiters on fcusiness relating to the office, to insure attention, must he POST PAID. H. 3.2A3DEFs, ATTORNnY AT LAW, SUrTBUKY, TA. Business attended to in the Counties of Nor thumlerland, Union, Lvcoining and Columbia, llefrr to I I . K A. KnvoenT, Lowr.n Ac Rasuo, SoMtna &. fS?(iiiRAa, yl'MlaJ. Ktiioti's. Mcr ARLAxn i!t Co. SrF.Mo, 'loon fc Co., . ALKXAXDKK L. UICKKY. TRUNK MAIMER. Xo. 150 C'lirwiitit Slrrcf, rXIILADELriUA. ITflTERE all kinds of leatlcr trunk, valises and carpetbags, of every style and palicm ate manufacture!, in ilielunt manner and from the best Materials, and sold at the I mest r ite. Phil...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 January 1846

ii Hi iiiwt i' I ii miii i ii in TUB CARHf CIl'9 ADDRESS raltini of the "SINBURT AMERICAN?' Jmmmty i, 1140. WAh haf py New Year" to you all, ' The Carrier greet you, young and old; Ani whilst tie makes his annual call, lie must his annual "tale unfold.'' Heaven again has tilesscd the (tore Otkis great and prosperous nation ; While thousands on a distant ihore, Are on the brink of tad starvation. Our t'aele, too, now loan aloft, And flapi his wings in exultation ; Nor French, nor British, does lie heed, In making terms for Annexation. And Congress, too, did up the job, Which no longer, now, can vex us ; Enlarged the family of the States, By admitting sister Texas. A bright-eyed maid is missing yet, Of her name, 1 need not warn ye ; The family circle can't "be complete, ' Without our Sister, California. Oregon, too, will claim 1ier place, Anil shows by her strong auction, Though, rude and rugged In her face, She's not unworthy of protection. And now, to cut the story short, The Carrie...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 January 1846

DflMWTic Roman cki Heal Lint. A scene of tt -rfiil interest w: u enacted on Friday before Judg Vnnderpool. A respectable young man, a cti :net-maker in IVorfolk-street, appeared to anew tawrit of hiibans corpui.' He was ac cornet 'ed by hie mi, a very handsome and well-dr '"fed boy altwit seven years of aoe, upon whom o e evidently doted. The mother, a food looking vvoman, waa present, and had procured Ihetssws of the writ for the pur pone of obtain ing cnx, 'f f tne child, as illegitimate, and thus intact our laws belonging to the mother. It appears! ha i about eight or nine years ago tbe falWer nd mother became acquainted in Switzerland . in the Canton of Bi?le, whore she resided. -Tl iey leiU but he being a 'German was cotnpclle d by t be laws of the Cunt on, before marrying, k (five Security that his children tumid never . become, tf public charge. He a p. filied to the fal her of the pirl, who refused to become his sect r.'IV. anif they could not be le gally united. it ' eably ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 January 1846

From the Railway Expr. The Iran Age. The Golden age the Age pgold! Poefa have sting, ami vstoriani tolj Of the tnofal, W.fch cast into mortal mound . fiiealar patterns produces ; Rntaliis! for that very auriferous ti No more is it suhjert for story rhyme ' For by "Rail1 up Fame' fepI-crowned era dient we climb, - And Iro 'bgme of the Muses, Fama- tunnelled ; anil Castaly's fount j, indeed. . Even Ilelicon'a turned to account; All the Mines have shares, and they glide (but not mount) On a prosy detestable lever. Tlipir lines are worth nothing at all, for 'tis seen That Chalybeate water's their false Hipporrene, And Robert Montgomery shows ns, I ween, That epics are gone to the Devil. Iron Iron, and nothing beside ! We sit on it live on it walk on it ride ; Ten treatise of peace with it or by our side We wear it for purpose of Cghting ; Old England had "Ironsides" once for a King, Napoleon was crowned with, Milan's Iron ring; And sulphate of Iron's the principal thing In the fluid wit...

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