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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

Sefter to tie ad, oitr. -0 . We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed ';", under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE.OOLDEN AGE. Sir,--Allowo me through the medium' of thy piaper to gput oin min cowl and gown, and fasten my girdle round ni loins, toiahswer m3rdoubting son, " A Churchman." I will salute hini, as did my fraternity in ancient days, 'with, their pass-word -their "open sesame.' PAX VonIsou? ! . y son, 'was the PETIT COMEDIE so aprtopos that thou takest it unto thy selfi Aiid, art thou so blind and perverse as not tod'take its seasonable advice, or be guided by its parental counsel ,. Listen to me, ungrateful. child, and think not that I would put a lesson before thee that thou shouldest. not learn. As a lamp huing in a dark corner of the earth, so was my: couinsel unto thee, that. thou mightest not stumble; anid seeing Ithc -nares and pitfals, avoid them, and so travel safely on thy journey through life . Wert t...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

IRIsu I . WIT.-An ,"Irishmani being. asked ,what he came to, Australia for, ,said, . Is't What I came;here ,for, you mane ?' Arrah, by the povwers I you may be sure that it wasn t: for want, for I had plenty. of that at home.'? A MONKEY TO` ShAvE.-A' conceited' cox comb once said.to.a barber's -boy, ;',Did. you' ever shave a monkey?"' 'WVhy, no, sir,' re plied the boy, "' nevor,'but if you -will please to!sit down I will try.;5 WESTERN WiT. Try a horse trade hero.or, an encounter of words, If you -wish to prove cit, as did one of us the other day, when, chanc-' ing to pass by the boileir at the bath house, he asked with great simplicity 'of manner of a strapping ? country fellow who. stood' lby, 'What is that 'ar thing for?' "Scalding hogs-won't you get in?" was'.tho gruff' and quick reply. . Achimney-sweeper's boy ~ent into a baker's shop for a twopenny loaf, and conceiving it to be diminutive in size, remarked to the baker that he did not believe it was weight. " Ne ver mind that!...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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The Golden Age. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

TuE?.iscovery of rich and extnisive :goldfields in .NewZealand, will mark teli'comniencement'of a neiwr era in the history of, tint colony. It will assuredly 'be thle meis of augenleting her popu lation, ?d: , threby ýadvaicing lhier material prosperity. A :Aheady the i dig ging po ilatimn of this .and the neigh bou~ring colonies' are contemplating the abanido ient of' thei ess'hirtiiive fields lof':the Australian :continent;for the rre ported wealth of Tiuapeka, inthe Otigo' district,, New Zealand' where fifty thou; sand .acres, : presenting. unmistakeabld indications"of. surp'issing richness 'have been .pr olaimed a goldfield,, affording room and promising wealth ;enough for the teeming thousands of disappointed diggers in-these. colonis, honi it will not take much :to' induce to adventure their fortunes .eve~ir?'New Zealand. i The goldfieds of New Soutli Wales and Victoria have not been so remunero ative.these 1ast:few years as formerly,; although lthey have in most cases amply r...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

-0 ' KANDRA "For' the' past; two: weeols! 'the' diggers:have been very busy, some of them getting more than' an- clual share: of' thee "' dust'':- .others 'scarcely , making ttucker," somecgrumbling and growling, otheors merry as a monarch when a monarch is merry.? The ground still wears'a' thick,' heavy white gar= ment, notwithstanding, ten oi: four-.' teen' suniy days and ).one night- 'of wiarm rain: the snow in :these regions" seems almost imrl~ervious to the; softening 'elements. Dairiieruinour lias been very busyspeculating upon a "'new rush " near.the .Course, but as yet 'she has .furniishled 'nothing "reliable, and, until she does I mights ' well tell her now as at any time, that she will receive no counten 'ance from me. 'It is said that a party of Chi namen found' two 'very, largenuggets' last' week.: I. neither believe or disbelieve the' repodrt; it is' aboit as 'easy' to tell how- much gold '. John.!' gets/as it is to tell; how inuch truth he speaks,, and one .of the most...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

GOULBURN. -0 S(From a Correspondent.) The necessity of enlarged school accommo-. dation has long been felt by the Vyesl6yan Church, Goulburn. A few months ago mea :sures were devised for the accomplishment of this important object;. and the addition of i large room, designed principally for infant school instruction, being completed, the friends of education met on Monday evening, the 20th instant,:to celebrate the; event by a Tea Meeting. Never before has it been our privilege to witness such' a gathei'ing, or'- a public tea so well conducted. The children of the day and sabbath school were admitted at 'half-price. We need not say that many (up wards of 100) availed themselves of the pri vilege, the majority of. whom: were arranged in the gallery (designed for 'simultaneous in struction), and gave. occular demonstrations of their joy. All in the gallery were bounti fully supplied by Mr. W. Davis, the esteemed superintendent: of, the sabbath school, and waited upon by a number of th...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LATEST NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (Greville and Bird's Telegram to Goulburn Chronicle.) Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

IJATEST NEWS. [PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII. (Grevillec and Bird's Telegram to Goulburn Chronicle.) Tuesday Evening. rThne Burrangong Escort is bringing down 4102'ounces of gold. Many of the miners are leaving for New Zealand. Colonel Kempt, Capt. McLcrie, and Lieut. Richardson, arrived in Sydney last night. " The Rifle Association Match has been post poned till the 26th, 27th, and 28th of Sep tember. , Punch and McGrath won the boat-race on Saturday last.'

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

IMPOUNDINGS. f, Fron the 1Goerarnmt.:caGalle 4u,: Olt. At OUINDAtOO on the 13thl ry ofAugust 181, frtom Dultshleld, by Mr. Patrick Lcahyy. damiieges and driving 4s. d.:: ?Bay horse, star lik Sor off shoulder, near bhld leg whitt.a Also on tII tOth Inst., from luairsidac, by order of Mr. .. IlkiMcTLod, dan.li o and driving s 4d. I. each:-Light brown mare, black pointl., irt near sloulder; bay filly, black'points; W. near shoulder. Ifitot releaned withhntwenty-four 'lays from date of publication, will'.bo sold: , Vw' . AFFLCOK, I'Outh:eepCe. At GUNNING, on the I1th of August, from OGurlow, Es inate danmages ; cncai:-ll1oan or strawberry ox, likoWr., nrump, ilfegihe brand before D ribs off side; white ox, red cars and legs, off ear marked, lame off fore foot, EC or G If ruaip ropo on neck. ;If tuot relcased,.will be sold on the Gth September. IV. ItUDD, r'onndkccper. FAN A FLttT.--A finished coquet at a ball, asked6 a gentleman near her, while aho adjusted her tucker, wlhether hi could...

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Commercial Intelligence. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, Aug. 29. The Prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. TRADE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

" ,OLDEIj AGEi"', Office, Aug. 29. ~0-The PrIces .qioted below'ba rerference ogly to treansac lions bletwces the pIoducer and first ?'rclhaser. c .: S=TRADE.RErour. -it1 sincere plasuro weo are int a 'position to announce that li;isiisei generally is Ieginning to assume nsomiewhat ibrlsker asp'ect, nild will doubliess improve conaiderably na the spring ndvances. There is nothing, however, as yet to warrant any matcihl change in prices. :, A sale;of cattle,o principally cows and calves, took place on Ticsday, sall of which realised very fair prices. : QUEAIBI 'AN M ARKETS. foure',pcr ton fine £24; seconds, £92, B read, 8 . Whett,Ber bushel, ... . "" 7 6( to 0 o ]ir"ditt0, ~, . .;. 1' s to 0 0 Dfhi'3.v,'?dlt d. ; . ' "6 'to 0 i0o" Blarly; ditto-... . - ... 4 0 to 4 6; Qate ditto. .. .. .,G O to 0":0 ,'-=- ?; '.?.+.' I~ay;,pr toni, ..:', ". . . 41. 'to ll. ." 0:- -; Bntter;, ... .0. 0 to 011(1 Bacon, ... 0 7 to' 0 o0 Cheese, ... 3 0 to 0" 71 Eggs, 1 0 to 1 '0 S.-S--.... Potatoes, pIr c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

TS]3TSI1TESS S :,'F RFOR THE . Districts of Queanbeiyan and INonaro. ?lE Proprietor of: the Golden Age.hlHaving in :contemplation the en largement of, this. Newspapcer, has conceivedt the idea.of. intrpducing a new feature, into its. columns inthe form of a GENERAL TRADE DIRECTORY, to the?o purposps of which a portionr of the fourth page of every issue will b' devoted. The object of the Directdory will be to give, in, a uniform style: of. type, and classiflcd ,under separate heads, according to the form appended, the Names, Residenbcs,: and Trades or Pirofessions,. of all vlio choose t: avail 'theinsclvcs of this inexpensive method of a lvertising. TerimFs: For each: Address, lOs; per annum, S'(in advance.) SsPEctOlkEN OF DIRECTORY : S" 'AUCTIONEERS A'msn .Thomias, Monaro-streot, Queanboyan Cox?:Edward"'W:, Cooia .: BAn ERS: Bull, James Crawford-street, Qucanheyan Egan, Patrick, Bungendoreo. , CARPENTERS: McBean, Alexander, Gundaroo. The G:OLDEN AG E, • QUEANBDEYAN AND .nMONARO .DIS...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. Before the Police Magistrate, W. F. Hayley and Thos. Rutledge, Esqs., J. P. Stealing a Door Key. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

POLICE COURT. ' THURSDAY. Before the Police Magistrate, W. F. Hayley and Thos. Rutledge, Esqs., J. P.   Stealing a Door Key. James Rodgers, one of the three men charged on the previous week with burglary, was brought before the, bench, charged with having on the Saturday week previous stolen a door key, the property of Mr. Freestone, solicitor, of Queanbeyn.   The Prisoner was ably defended by Mr. Gannon, and pleaded not guilty.   From the evidence of Mrs. Dickenson, housekeeper to Mr. Freestone, and principal witness in the case, it appears that the priso nor had knocked at the door, and asked if any tinware was wanted, and on being told, no, the door was shut; witness then hearing a noise and seeing through the window the prisoner's mate waiting in the street, went a second time, to the door, and immediately missed the key in question, which was gene rally kept in the door; she called after the prisoner and charged him with taking the key; he...

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HOW TO ELEVATE THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

.HOW TO ELEV ATE ; THE'. rc (Fron Lnd'ojs Week1 Vesepaper.) a M..BLONDIN'S. exhibitions of the small; esteem in which he holds ,b his' neck have suggested to sone aL of bour reade~ r uontrasts ,betsbef fE 'the promises :of :the Crystal Pa.'- ` lace buiildeis, and their perffor- rii ( "'ines. ,:. Sydlenhami-hill was, we were told, to. be. crowvned with a i'magnificenit: ,glass' ' .Temple' . of Knowledge; the: gates :of. which b should be 6pen wide' to the iuni- A .blest stuclent;. :.Ihs'i attrhctions h were td 'be all of the' most refini ing, character ; 'a.iia?id o we id! . a :iati' perched'd upon a :rope stretched.:across the transept, and t ;thqlsandi:of folish people, their s, nerves strung to their utmost ten- tl ,sion. with fda?r, gazing .upon him V .in ' momentary expectation-i that Slelwill fall :'toc th ground;: lifele's c aind shapeless . ,, One, correspondent,.,, sigming t hihlself -' True Blue,' ,trusts .th?at the NeWge? a{uth?dities ivill"' ii r fail to profit' by, the l...

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European Extracts. SLAVE AUCTIONS IN MONTGOMERY, U.S. (Russell's Letters to the "Times." [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

."SLAVE AUCTIONS IN MTONT GOMERY, U.S. (?Russell's Lettrs,to the " Times." c ". The. rowd was small. Three or I four men in rough, homespun, make Sshift-. uniforms: leant against :the .iron t rails enclosing .a: simall pond of foul, 1 green-looking ?water, surrounded by I biickwoik, which decorates the s]pace in c front of the Exchange Hotel. 'The I .speaker stood on an empty deal packing case. A man in a. cart' was listening with a lack-lustre; eye to the address. 't Some three or four others, in a sort of I -vQLieleýwha.iah1 rnigl h htp~ ither Anh-h ~,ra s or a piano van, -had also drawn up for ,a benefit .of the address. Five or six inen. ( ind in black coats andliigh hats, some I whittling' sticks, and chewing tobacco, t and discharging streams. of. discoloured t saliva, completed tlhe group. . . i " N-i-ne Iihiiinerd'and fifty dol lars I Only nine h-hiun hnerd and fifty s dollars offered for him,:i exclaiied the .man in the tone of injured dignityI 're5 monstrance, and surprise...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

COLONTAr SArLT --The correspordent of the lallitarnt :Star writes -A gentleman s nanmed Macdonald,'whl o s6mitime ago leased a small lake 'near Wickliffe, gives me a very gratifying account of his success in the at tempt to.male salt. li He commenced with one pan, 12 feet:by:8 feet, and with this he pro duced from-five to 'six. tons of salt weekly. The pric? of the' salt he makes has lately been z;5 per to;- delivered on the spot; bliut'salt has ruled higher in prico of late than usual. Mr." Macdonald .is now in Me3iolbourne, for,tlie pur pose of buyinig two more saltpans, whidli fa?ctU is in itself sufficient to ,prove the success of a his enterprise. Hi-e produces every: kind of b salt, from the finest table and dairy saltto ii that ofthe coarsest kind,?.the, quality:being equal, and the colour as good as any imported. The strengthof the wvater is somethifig rare, as it yields, at present, after all the winter s: rains;:no lessý than 25. per cent' of salt; in suimmnier it will yie...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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POST OFFICE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

POST OFFICE. AnRIVALS. From SYDNEY-(a"a Bungethdore),-Mondlay, Thursday Saturday, at Eleven a.m. S (via Gundaroo),-Wedncsday and Satur day, at balf-past Six p.m. From COOMA,--Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday,..at Eight a.m. From LANYON,-Wednesday and Saturday at Eight a.m.: DEPARTURES. To SYDNEY (viaBungendore),-Mondny,Wednesday, and -..---... .- Saturday, at Nine a.m. . ia,, Gundaroo),-Sunday and Thursday, a; Six, a.m. To COOMA,-Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at Noon To LANYON,-Sundnyand-Thlursday, at Three p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

To Purchase, 500 Head: of J quiet well-bred STORE CATTLE, in small cr large lots, with a fair proportion of Bullocks.: i COLIN MoDONALD, tCoiradigbco' Yaso. NOTICE. :. ..Persons. indebted to :the . " uindersigned, are respectively requested' to-settle tliolr Accounts without deolay, to,pre-, vent unpleasant proceedings. ,' · ,...A. FRASER. Gundaroo, August 28th. Wiholesale Tiinware. MANUFACTURER, Hamilton-lane, Hlunter-street, Sydney. TOREKEEPERS will:fin d it to th~eir _ advantage to send direct to the Manu facturer, the quiality of whose goods has stood= the test of years. A -list of Cprices forwarded 'on application. Wanted,' FAMILY,, or TwoSingle Men', as SHEPIHERDS:." Apply.to',: S 'A. CUNNINGHAM,. S. Lanyon. ; Found,; A HEQUE, .odrwn of !tlie Orientnal: Baink', Burrangong,' dalted .: The owner can recelvo the.same by giving'a proper description, and paying the expenses of this" advertisement, :on application- to the :unlisigned . E. V. 'BURKEI Foxlow, via Bungendoie. £1 .Rewar...

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REMARKS ON MEN AND THINGS. No. 4. (Contributed to the Golden Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

REMARKS ON M-EN AND THINGS. (Contributed to the Goldeni Age.) FAR away froin the observation of men; lie the' motives which. ;sometinies actuate ;their conduct:. So. deeply hidden are the :secret' springs which operate upon, and influeniceithle majority of society, that it is indeed hard to penetrate the speciousness of "appearances which cover the inward man. But there are occasions when the motive becomes so clearly apparent, that any analytical mind. can. detect it, and see it standing out prominently--the visible impersonation of either good or evil. The latter, I am sorry to say,t wa?'~xhibited .in the aimless effusion of the writer signing, 'himself," Some 'Thing '. in:: your. last issue. :When I pennied. my last, remarks, -,I .little thought, that one, of 'the characters therein' delineated would have so soon passed away: from among men, and I have not yet reco vered from theishock' whicl t i at'i sad event caused mne I inay nowistate tha'; I did ex pect a reply from the inid...

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General Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

TUE WEATHER AND TH[E CROPs.-On Thurs- i day, says the BraidwoodDispatch, the rain fell I lightly and continueir to'do so throughout the ' day. During the night, however, it came down 1 in torrents, and at sunrise Friday morning the 1 low ground between the town and the mill was partially covered with water, and a heavy stream was pouring over the causeway near 4 the police barracks. The rain appears to have 1 been general. To the farmer the rain will have been most seasonable, and will do a deal of good to the young.wheat crop, which, report.. says, looks very flourishing in all parts of the districts.,-The Goulburn HTerald gives the fol lowing:-The weather of late has been very unsettled;'-" On- 'Thursday night 'it-?rained-1 heavily all, night, causing ,the Mulwarre Ponds to rise over the bridge` leading to the pumps. ' The Wollondilly River rose consid erably. Yesterday (Saturday-) was showery. -During Wednesday. and Thursday, reports the Yass Couriier, there were light showers wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 August 1861

0 C i1MERCIAL ANKiING; COMPAN SOF SYDNEY.' I QUTEANBEYAN BRANGH.:' i T 'is; .hereby notified ;tiat?tb liis W. BRANCHII has been, .established for the transaction of all usual: Banking business i " Curreinti accounts openedi fr.?i ;ny amoiuntI. No account allowed to 1e bevcrara' Inteircsat is allowed: on Ficd Deposits as follow s: ,. .;' :, ';., :,.:. " . ' dI , Subject tothried'n?6ith' '% .., t,{ : notice .of wilidrit'val 2' 7&ent f aiirwr r. Ditto to SLY dito.: ....'' i ?. :. ..Sti D itto to , t w e ly e d it to . .. 4 " , , , - .._.," Drafts. ai ?' ispu l? pn ~ th ead nCay),id; and ion 4the lici is of ti0t> )ath k t t I: at i ·GotLnu r i+:;.r SInoALuAvtN YAss; 1 Inxuonouoiu M.IORPETp- I -,.i "() t .. Iu d W\pnt .oi.+ .,io I,~, EDEN OI ,.ba) MAITLAND I I" nqA o AI BBuunaioNO 'iVIClORI i. ' !. I S iS AtJSTRALIA'I-i"" SAisANIu . G A?T".BRITAI'TN . . ...:,, ,.'i+¥IET - s. IY? N,0. 4 :11:,"), .-' '; in0 ALTER" SCRI F)ORt,. ly :ist/,81 , . , ,,M"At ha QUEANBEYAN° :AGENCY : yI...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed under this head, nor are we in anywise answerable for the same.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

".- " -: 0 ' ? " ".#Y i~c ij " ;' " SWe do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed utnder this head, nor arc we in anywise answerabib foi. the saime]. oC - . TO TUE EDITOR OP THE GOLDEN `AGE." SSir,--I beg to call your attention'to a' mistaker -coimmitted!bJ. you: in reporting the. case of myself ve.qraus James O':Neill, tried, at the Small Debts ,Court on the 5th instant. Where you state that Iclaimed 80/ forrep-airs1 of tharness dariaied wh7iile oni defendant'a service, :it should bei that 'claimed £7 for a set of,. har. ness lent, but never, returned, and ,.repairs. of a cart .damaged while in defendants service. The error ? shouild not have notied, had 'i:not beeni for the observation very etlyt! made 'by. the :Bench' after dismissing, the. case:;; the, cause fo? such obserOations not b.eing so apparent in your issue of the 12th instant. Your's respectfully, VM. LENEIIAN.Jun. [We stand corrected in the foregoing; the cause; qf the mis-report being that we came; .into ...

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Original Poetry. FORGET ME NOT. A POEM INSCRIBED TO MRS.—, QUEANBEYAN [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 19 September 1861

' °: FORGET ME -NOT. r F A. POEx INSORIBED To .RS. ---- QUAi BEYA Our beauatiful bird of light hath fled Awhile she sat with folded .wings p ' Sang round us a few ho, erings, I Then straightwav into glory i ped IIFNRY BRADBUXY. 'I believe with you, my dear mother, that my precious adopted child bes hden perniutted to watch over my path. Sometimes, when, am low spirited, her fairy form glides before meand after that 'brig?ter thoughts arise.' Little LIL came to greeti e: . S With;kssmile almost divine ! And her looks, like pleasures, met me, A'? : s she laid her: aiinds on iune. ? di~. . Fairest creature, ever straying. -'Witha grace as light as day; . Like a laiiib.with ,sunbeams playing: Was she- in the hours of May. Whln ilhe i§sedlus did we love her, A nd her little auburn tresses " Touchbed our faces,, we did cover : Hetseeet lips,with many kisses. Then sale smiled with grace so silmple, SHalf akin to helaven' she seemed; . Love pla3ed round her moulded dimple, -. Like a fairy--...

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