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

rate s NOT THE GLORY OP C JB S A R BUT TUB WBLFARB OF BOMB. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 1G, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. c. as ST It AY COW. STRAYED from llio Pasture on the lliinl iusl.a dark Red Cow 8 years old Horns sawed ofT largo uag tniormaiion wanicu uy nnt) tiM'H'UL'l?! Burlington June 9, 1311. HORACE WHEELER. 13w Garden Seeds of the growth oC 18lj- RAISED for nnd put ii by Joeph llreck & Co., at the Seed Kstablishmcnl eonne'ctcd with thu NVtv England Farmer OiTicc, llostnn. Each -ort is labelled with Directions for its culture. "The above Seeds nru of the growth of I d 10, and uf the very best quality, being rai-ed hy ihe most c.v pencilled grower', expressly for this establishment except such sorts as will licit ripen lo adtauingo in thiscountry, wlueli nre imported from the lir-t houses in Europe, A ware "of the great complaints that have hitherto existed in rcirardto Feed-, and of the impor tance to the (iardener, of liavinsr Midi a-can lie re lied npon...

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. — 16 July 1841

mm ipibibi WHIG STATU TICKET. rou covr.uNOR, CHAKLES PAINE. ton i.inuT. WAITSTILL GOVEKNOll, R. ItANNEY. ron TitnAstMtr.it, JOHN SI' AULDIXC. MR. CUSIIING'S SPEECH. Ezratt from the Speech nj Mn. Cusiiino, on the McLcod case, delivered in the House of Jieprcsentalivcs on the '25th of June. There is another remarkable tinner which apprarson llu very siirlaeie of the speech of tfi seiilleiunii from I' iinsj-lvatiia. The po.nl Iro.u which he slain, and a! which ho rloseo, the idea vs Inch ho airnin and a!,aui i esi'iila to tho mind I", ill U ill ibis ilc-i;ilch alu eon I im.'d the svels ol w.ir helsvo.n llio United ."slates ami (1, it Ilritam. Nosv, I, for our, tle-pie'e-alo a vs.y bo tvi"jii I In United Si ilci ami Kngland. Ilul in deprc cjliulhs I dochlioas I have done b. -fore, tlia 1vsmu.iI cavil" willi r.iiglilul to the Ihotmiullh divi-ion ol a bur. nil nnv iim-fiiion nf thf!ii thlflor honor of the IJ. fctaio-i. And 1 would do so not onlv beCJiisc she is mil" iUiilti.'litfir nil Il...

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 July 1841

plorccl. If unsuccessful, it w ill not bo from negligence on Col. Worth's pari, who allows no obstacle! to iuterfuic with Ins iiiovamcnts. The Colonel is stated to be in fine health and spirits. THE WEATHER THE CROPS. The good intelligence comes in from every quarter that the recent change in the weather has been must beneficial to all the crops of the season. The fears, therefore, entertained widely n few days since, that the harvest would bo meagre, are well nigh dissipited. The following are the latest items that havo come to hand. The Frederick, Md. Examiner of the 17th inst., says : "Tlicro was a general comment on Mon lay last of the wheat harvest, in this dimly, miJ lint a small portion ot tho nop will lie, lift fctiimlitiif at the end of tha week. We do not hear any couipl lints of serious deficiency in ihe crop. Tlie Ciucinnatti Chronicle of the 3d inst. says : "In the northern parts of Ohio, Mich, ami Indiana, tho wheat crop are line j ami we think in thus) Males generally...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 July 1841

6? rr "IT touched In harp, nml nations hrar J, en tranced." One of our correspondents tlio otliur tluy made a call lor tlio resuscitation of tlio old Yankee Song, written to commemorate the Battle of Stonington. A friend of ours, who has treasured up in his memory, every thing almost connected with the military prowess of Ids country, has furnished us with a copy us originally puhlished. BATTLE OF STONINGTON. Three fjallatit ships from England came, Freighted deep Willi tiro ami Haute, And oilier things we mcd not name To have a dash ut Siouington. Now safe arrived, thnr work begun. They thought to make the Yankees run, And have a mighty deal ol fun In s caling slurp at Stoningtou. A Vnnkfo then popped up his head. And Parson Joins our s.iriiiuu lead, , To wjnchuur Keviieud Doctor sa.d, That tluy must light for Stoningtou. Their ships advanced srcvcral ways, The Britons toon began to Maze, Which put old Willimus in amaze, Who luued the loss of stoniuglun. Tl.o Rnnilies first began t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 July 1841

tee NOT THE GLORY OF OJBSAR, BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. ). STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1841. VOL. XV... .No. 7. STRAY COW. STRAY Bl) from the Pasture on the lliiril iust. n elnrk Red Cow 8 years old Horns sawed olV largo Bag Information wanted Iiy . HORACE WHEELER. Burlington Juno 8, 1811. -3tv Garden Seeds oi' (lie growth of ItMo. TDAISED for and put up by Joseph Prcok ft Co., JLV at the Seed r.sinlilimciit eeiiiiccii'd witn tl New England Farmer Oilice, Boston. Knell sort n JnlH'llou Willi Directions lor il-eiilturc. "The above Seed are of the growth of 1810, and pf the very be-t quality, being raised by the mot ox fricnccd growers, expressly for thi establishment sjxeept such sorts a will not ripen to advantage in this country, which are imported Irom th"lirt houses in Europe. Aware'of the great complaint that liave Jiithcrlci existed in regard to peed", nnd of the impor tance to the Gardener, of liavinc meli a" enn he re lied upon,cvery c.l'ort ha-be-cn made...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 July 1841

WHIG STATU TICKET, ron oovF.nNoit, CIIAKLES PAINE. ron t.ieut. WAITST1LL ndvr.nNon, R. KANNEY. rort Tiir.Asrr.r.Ti, JOHN Sl AULDINO. ARRIVAL OF TIIR CALEDONIA. The steam ship.C.ilcdonia, Captain M'Kollar, arrived on Saturday at 1 o clock, in lit clays from Liverpool, having left thero on Sunday, the 'till inst. 7'iio Caledonia lias made her passago from Liverpool to Boston In thirteen days and one hour, and from Halifax in thirty seven hours. She brought 74 passengers, 37 of whom landed at Halifax. The Acadia arrived in Liverpool on the mor ning of the VJOlh, in ten and a half days from Halifax. The Parliamentary election was in fiill pro gress and occupied the general attention. Sore than half the member were already re turned. The morning Chronicle gives a list of 175 Reformers and liW Tories chosen, 'lie Chronicle acknowledges a loss of 37 members to the Liberal party and claims a gain of 31, miking a net loss of six to the Liberal party. The Chronicle gives the following compara...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 July 1841

Tlio services weio oponoil with cxcullont music and tlio reading of tlio Scriptures by tlio Hcv. and venerablu Father Comstock, tlio early ploncor and missionary of lliu counties along tlio western shore of tho Lake. Prayer was ofi'orod liy the l.ov. llr. Good man, of Charlotto : after which the scholars and teachers wcro addicssed by tho Hev. Mr. Convcrso, of Hurlinglon, who presented a sketch of tho most interesting eveutsof our colonial history and revolutionary struggle, und then remarked upon the importance and bearings of our system of Sabbath School instruction as one ncccssarv menus of preserving and perpetrating our national blessings. An orignal Hymn, written by one of tho teachers was then sung, when tho au dience were again addressed in a very hap py manner by the Hev. Mr. Withcrspoon, of Sliclutirn. Tlio Church was crowded with interested and attentive listeners, through tho whole services ; at the close of which, nearly the svholo congregation moved in procession to a ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 July 1841

THE GREAT SANDWICH ISLAND VOLCANO. Wo published some months ago n brief account, from the pirn of a correspondent, of the unprecedented eruption last year of tho great crater Kilauoa. Mr. Coan, nn Emcrican Missionary on the island, lias furn ished tho Missionary Herald for tho present month a fuller nccount, from which wo quote the following description. It must have been ono of the most grand and terrific volcanic eruptions on record : On the aOlh of May tho people of Puna observed the appearance of smoke and firo in tho interior, n mountainous and desolate region of that district. Thinking that the fire inicht bo the btiriiin; of sumo jungle, they took little notice of it until the next day, Sabbath, when the meetings in the difl'erotit villages wore thrown into confusion by sud den und grand exhibitions of fire, on a scale so larce and fearful as to leave them no room to doubt tho cause of tho phenomenon. The fire augmented during tho day and night : but it did not seem to How of...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 July 1841

NOT THE GLORV OP O jQ S.A BUT THE WELFARE OP ROMS. BY.J1..B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. 8. James C. I'lciTc.'s llslntc. STA'I i: OP VKKMD.NT, i tiHTnicT or etui riiN'iir.s', s. I The Hon. tlio Prolate Court for llio Disiiict or Chit tendon ! To nil persons concerned in the estate of James C. Pierce, Into of Huntington, m said dis trict, deceased, . Gnr.r.Tiso. WUHlllI.VS. Daniel ll. Tucker administrator of the estate orsnid ileccai'il, proposes turcuuer mi iiciouoi of his ailmini'tr.ition, ami ptesi'til his account ngnmst said estate fir cnniinalinn and allowance at a scs-ioii tlio (' in t of Probate, to lie Iio'den at tliu F.ngle Hall, in Wilhstoii, on the li'nd .Monday, nf Angus: next. Therefore vuu arc lun by notificlto ni.pear Icrorc said court at the time and place aforesaid, and shew came, if nay ynu have, why the account aforesaid should not he a, lowed. . Given under niv lian I, at said Darlington, tin eifcMli day of July. A. l. 1811. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 July 1841

WHIG STATU TICKBT. run novt.Rtcou, CHAKLES PAINE. rem i.int'T. WAITST1LL nnvciwon, U. RANNEY. ron TisrA8tinr.it. JOHN S PAUL DING. ItlI.U!!. OF 31 IS. PJSOl'MT O.VT1IU NAVY MM,. Mr. l'roiTU said lio was surprised lhat nny dcbtilo diiuuiii !ii i-u uiun inu iiui imticr cousiiicraiinn i niter thu explanation given by Ihe chairman er llio Coin, luittee on .nvni Allans, (Mr. Wise. ) The iiucstlon was th.s : '1 lie Administration, tluoiich llio proper channels, llio 6'ecretary of llio Nnvy. It was enough for him to know that it wasdciunudcd ns neccssnrv, nnd the explanations given, proved it to ho t-o, ami, had n much larercr ninount been icqtiired, ho (Mr. 1'.) would base voted for it. The ncntleinnn fiom .N'nrih Caro'iin, (Mr. McKay) inoveeito reduce the amount ami proposed to i.vpend llio sunt to ho gtntilttliti cent' toriiit: niiruii ritions dui-iim the next ilvo venrs. , This w is called eeonoiiiy, and the party in power are every mom :nt cull.il upon to red 'em their promise's of le...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 July 1841

ty, nnd bclongm?! to tho tronsury t nnd the reason of this metaphorical sense U this, that tmcieiilly, gov ernments collected their taxes ns thopiicsis did their tvllics, nml ns iinnv landlords now eulicct their rents flint in In ... .. I..I.....I Mil...- ...1 .1. ....... , . .. ......... lunij, uiMiiu. i mis much i lie wncai, oar.cy olives, crapes, &c. were ripe, the Ooveiiimcnt tax Kilhcrerii entered tho lieM witli the owner, nnd gath ered tho (lovernincnt share, whith was nlvvnys n JargcBliare, and rc-ptircil largu baskets to rre-oivo it. The farmer Irid a little basket, and tho Government n liig basket -a bumper, nr,a cmr good housewives call it, n hamper which had handle? t.i it, nnd mjuiied Mivcral men to carry it. This hie basket rceciud the tax fur tho treasury, what was pit m it,w-as put in tho Treasury t and htnee, hy in easy metnphiir, tho Treasury took the nunc nf big hiskrt. Thin we trace the word fiscal in this hill, to llichtlin IWiisand fiscalis, ami that to its ...

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. — 30 July 1841

xr rftr rti VW-rffrRt 3L 9V "He touched hi harp, nmt natitJiis heart!, entranced." AMOTiiicii's i:vi:nino thoughts. nvMtis. Giooinvr.T. () ito3iniT.LT joy, so dc.ir nnj swcot, Mv ar wind lirn beside, Mv baby creeping at my feet, Whnoft-with l.mrc of ptidc, Looks, In -k mill plencd to show How faFt in tin) limbs can go Ami rhi -!y seated by Inv aide, ' My litili iI'iihJiIi r f.iii, Whine dull upon her knee doiii ride, I.ssiys.i matron's onrr, While many n 1 sou, half severe, With hisses mixed, must Dully licnr. Tin!'' I"! "iy volumes closed and still, Those ihnsru fuuidi of old. Mv pen, rcardlcss of my will, f hi rks l n its bronzed hold, Iliuli juj h tin y sin',-lint not s.idcsr As ilibsc that gild my (beside here. Win ri" harp and viol carol .-sweet, JI' I y.Mith's unfolding hours, And gudiir: s w lugs the dancer's feet, Tint? in totuadon lliwr". I'vcsh ri'd lh-ciip, il -parkb'd clear, , 1 I'w-as foam, the prcu.oja draught is heto. IV Iro I ih lofty hall?, where dwell 'I In nnbii -...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 August 1841

WW NOT TUB GLORY OF C21SAR) DUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. 9. James C. Vlerct'n llstatc. LTATK OK Vb.RMONT, J DiiKicr or rtilTTKNDr.y, s. ( Tim Hon. Iho Pro nlo Court for llio District of Chit tendon! To all persons concerned in the estate of James u. l'irrcc, late 01 iiuniingiun, m mi ui ti-Ii-l. rWryiqoil. GnF.ETINO. WIIF-RU AS, Daniel n. Tucker administrator of tho c9tatcof said decoded, proposes to render nn account of his administration, and present his account against said estate for examination anil allowance at n session tho Court of Probate, to beholden at tho Kuglo Hall, in Williston, on tho third Monday, of August next. Thcrclbro you nro hereby notified to ni penr leforo said court at the time and placo aforesaid, and shew cause, if any you have, why the account aforesaid should not 1)0 nllovvcd. . Given under my band, at said Burlington, tills eighth Jay of July, A. D. IS 11. ,, , 1 VM. WIS! ON, Regis...

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. — 6 August 1841

WHIG STATU TICKET. TOR GOVKKNOH, CHAULES PAINE. ror. i.tr.ur. WAITSTILL OOVERNORt K. RANNEY. yon delegate pitch an authority ! Can you, in other words, dcleijfttc what you liavo not to a Corporation i f ornidticn toollcctan object, 111 roctly, can you achieve It indirectly I The protect of tho Senator from Vircinii pro. cceds upon tlio supposition that the Constitution lias not granted anypowcr to congress to cstao- j Mil ii nn nnai u Hi 11 uiuii'iti i. uiuuvii is admitted within a State, it la thcro in virtue of the will, under tho authority or tlio laws( and suhiccl to tlio jurisdiction of that Statd It is - , . . . . , consequently nnicnaino to ami may uo ueaii with hy tho "power of the State according to tho pleasure ot mo state. The Senator inquired if It were not comne tent to Great Britain to admit if she nlcascd tho establishment of a branch or ofllco of a Bank of the United States within her limits 1 Most un doubtedly she may ;and it would be an analo gous case to tho admis...

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. — 6 August 1841

Colchester M. D. Wickwaro.L. B. Plat 1. G. Duncan, and T. Mills. Essex H. Ford, F. Hurlbut, W. firig (liam, and B. Y. Warren. IIincshtrghV. B. Victor, J. Wrny, J. Wlicclock, and O. Murray. Huntington J. Snider, S. Derby, J. Jud lon, and II. Gillctt. Jericho D. Fish, jr. J. II. Bostwick, J. Lyman, and A. Warner. Milton D. II. Onion, W. Mcars, G. II. Rico, and V. Adams. Richmond II. Talcott, E. Brown, II. Atdricli, and A. B. Shepherd. Shclburne O. F. Holabird, G.D. Corn stock, G. G. Spear, and J.Jcnnison. St. George S. Isham,It. Lockvood,S. Beach, and O. Isham. UnderhillJ.U. Tower, O. Goodhuo, '11. C. Johnson, and Joseph Smith. .Westford J. Chase, M. Rogers, Amos Houert, and Wm. Henry. Williston II. L. Nichols, D. A. Murray A. F. Sexton, and Lester Hall. Tho Town Committees having been ap pointed, on motion, it was voted that the proceedings of tho Convention bo signed by tho President and Secretary, and published in the Burlinirton Free I'ress. After which tho Convention adjourned si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 August 1841

"He touched his harp, and nations heard, entranced." THE ODE OP KING HE OX El I LODDROO. "Under this klngtlio D.incs woro more im nierous on sea than on land. Ho was pirate, warrior, and poet, and reigned in thu beginning of the ninth century. After visiting the- most distant countries, lie was taken prisoner by hi lt, in .England, and perished by the bites of scr pouts put in liis dungeon." Mullet's iXorlhorn An17., vol. 2. p. 220. This ode will possess a charm, perhaps, for the lovers of ancient poetry ; it is preserved in mniy of thoold Icelandic Chronicles, and was comfusc.l by King Rognor, in his dungeon. Mallet gives a pro.-c translation of it in his iVor. thru Aitiq!iillcs,wUki I have endeavored lover mfy. Lord Hymn (Moore's Life of Byron) has i ailed it "a glorious and impassioned strain of piotry." Our sleelf.as'ied bright, when on the wave, I im.lo our Cue a Moody grave, And the dark cairlc sci earned from far Her triumphs in the slips of war j And ravens drank thu crimson...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 August 1841

N O II B G X. O XZ Y O., F 0 S A Xtj BUT THE W E X. F A ns OF ROMS. T T BY H. B. STACY. James C. VlcrcL's Estate. fTATi: OK I.II.VIONT, nttmcT or eiitTTCvncv. ss. Tho Hon. the Prol ate Court for the Distric of Chit temlcni To nil persons concerned in the estate of James j. i icrcc, laic 01 iiuiiuugiuii, in sciki uis. trie, deeenscd. OnnKTiNO. WHEREAS, Dunel I). Tucker administrator of lio estate ol said deceased, proposes io tenner nil account of his administration, nnd presenting account against said cslalo for examination and allowance at a session tho Court of I'robate, to lie ho'dcii at the Eagle Hall, in Williston, on the third Monday, of August next. Tlioreloro you aio licrcby nutifiellii nipcar Irforc buio coun at mo lime nnu piacc uiurcsuu, mm sncw cause, if any you hate, why the account aforesaid should not lie allowed. Given under my hand, ntsaid Ilurlinglnn, tli i- eighth uay oi July, A. i). tail. ' WM. WESTON, RcgUcr STATGOF VERMONT, Di.iriel of Chittenden, t milK Honora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 August 1841

Iff"- WHIB BPRIB88 WHIG STATK TICKET, ron novEitNon, CHAKLES PAINE. ron i.int'T. novr.nNOR, WAITSTILL U. RANNEY. rou TitKAsfnEn, JOHN SP AULDINO. rOR Sr.XATOUS CHITTENDEN COUNTT. THADDEUS R. FLETCHER, DAVID FRENCH. PC -1 FISCAL BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. IIocsc or KtrnnscNTATivrs. Moaday, August 2. Tlio Bank Bill being taken up Mr. Sergeant, chairman of tlio committee on tlio currency, who had reported the bill, took the tloor with tlio purpose of supporting the gener al measure, solar as the limited time allowed him by the rule should permit, lie said that the objects of the present called session uf Con. gross were well understood by the People of the United .S'tatcs ; and, as thoro was no time to ptiare in going into an enumeration of them, he nhould content himself by saying that they might nil be comprehended in this, viz to put the affairs of Hie union in order. Tla House, thus far, hail fulfilled the expectations of the Public mid poi formed its duty. It had now arrived in du...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 August 1841

nn v jifirlv. or entertain tho least hostile frrlimts towards any party, nor to intimate that tho rights of tiiitwns, ouut man iiioso nircnuy namcu, otigiit 10 hayu no place in this mighty superstructure of polit ical economy. But I do say, thesonre first, nnJ prin cipal of all other classes of society that makeup this mighty republic, claim protection utuler somoononr allof these classes, as comhined in one indissoluble chain. Hut I must stop licro for the subject is a wide one, and may bo considered more in detail at some luiuro unic. Respectfully ours, N II. WEEKS. DAGUERREOTYPE. Thoso wlio have any curiosity to gratify in reference to this interesting art, or who desire to have tlioir faces transferred to can vass in tho twinkling of an eyo, as it were, and with n degree of precision that defies tho pencil will do well to call on Mr. Allen, at the American. Wo have seen sonic speci mens of his work, which speak well for his skill. A privatn letter from Washington, of tho Gth, sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 August 1841

"He touched bin harp, and nation1" heard, entranced." AN EVENING UKVKHIE. 11Y WM. cuttr.s UI1VANT. The summer day is closed, the aun is set. Well have they done their ollico, thoscbright hour9 The latest of whoso tram fees softly out In the red west. The green Made of the wound Has risen, and herds hnvecropped it) the young twig Has spread its plaited tissues to the sun I Flowers ol the garden and the waste have Mown And withered i seeds hate fallen upon the tod From bursting cells, and in their praxes await Their resurrection. Inects from the pools Have filled the air awhile with liuiniiiiiig wings, That now are still forever t painted moths Hnvc wandered thcMuc sky, and died again The mother-bird hath broken lor hit brood, Their prison-shells, or show d them from the nrst, IMumed for their earliest flight. In bright alcove.-, In woodland cottage with balky vial's, In noisome cells ot the tumultuous town. Mothers have clasped with joy the. new-horn babe. Graves hy the lonely forest...

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