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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 August 1861

r. i-' s t . i r - - - - .. . h 1 - If i I . 1 s 3 131 - ' I f I i r II !l il . w y. .1. Hi i-V JAHES.IIARPER, EDITOR MD PROPRIETOR. :J R U T H ;; A II p JUSTICE,1 $1:50, IN ADYANCE, G A L O L TS ;v Q H I O, AIJ GUS T 15 1 8 61 Number 39 THE NEW CABINET. ' re'eSio nse trying T longer to .uitl.. Parsons, muttered the .fore- asreednidividaarf beUer half. as arte Mt ia 'i rnef of the farm kitchen, -J. f.A mnA 4.A ,if la .... a. -r 1 . f 1 T Jt L. J 1 1 n. f. fv-fiftn in ."; tM been' abort rd. nerally J'ns wst deterraicei to atana out ana refuse m a w earpev .iier o uv good luck with his -Wheal crop, a.-, juet saved myselt; Ihyook harteaUi!0 nd got along VRhene g"r-' ' Tlie mora tha; "mtvgetv the aUng5 la erowj. and .-isrt is't oai?n . knaniiH bit in : TriatuncM that Wl TO UIID( e MOOIU o u , fUsd aooh trei cat, anjTWt rilf. Dot bit foot eowif froni-lbw momert," setting dewn r ost emphatically, thai abKd miwher Vf V onjly perion en thk?:i , ,y-if Iaae Paraon Won't'aiiflfJa to neVma, I'l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 August 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. SPITED AND PUBLISHED BT JAJIES niRPEB, pyAt 31,50, invariably in advance GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : AUG. 15. 1861. S3T A member of Congress from Ohio by name of Cox, belter known as Sunset, had in the early part of the session created for himself the reputa tion of being a good Union man, and loyal to the Government Prior to the adjournment he offered a series of res olutions, so much like the famous But ler and Gallia county Democratic Con vention resolutions, that we are con strained to doubt Sunset's sincerity. Mr. Cox's proposition is that a com mission of eminent statesmen, be au thorized to act as Commissioners of peace to the Southern Confederacy to bear any propositions from them, and to go so far as the proposition of an amendment to the Constitution. It is too long to insert entire but the above is the substance. Now compare the following from the Butler county res olutions: Resolved, I. That the Democracy of Butler County in Convention assem bled, decla...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 August 1861

ACTS PASSED AT THE EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS. ; The special seaaion of the Thirty seventh Congress, which commenced ml this city on the tb of last month, was hrnnffht tn ' close yesterday, when the two youses adjourned to the first Mon day in December next, ,. ' - The session jost closed baa been de oted almost entirely to business of a imcortaot character,' aa our readers will have learned from the brief reports of proceedings in our columns, as well as from enactments which we bave alreadt published. The following is complete list of the titles of all the acts passed: An act to refund and remit the du tiea -m arms imported by States. ' An act to provide for the payment of the militia and vblnnteera canea into the service of the United States from the time they were called into service to the thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one.;: ; ;: . An act further to. provide for the collection of duties on imports, and for other purposes. An act to provide for the appoint me...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 August 1861

MARY O'CONNER THE VOLUNTEER'S WIFE. BY MARY A. DENNISON. An snre I va told to eome here to your honor, To see if you'd write a few words to me Fat; He's gone for m soger, U Mister O'Conner, . With a strip on his arm and a band on hi T. . hat ..,.; . I : . . j .1 .: . i . i ' v v- An what 11 yon tell him? it ought to be aisy. For such as your honor to spike with the pen, ....... And say Fat all right, and that mavoureen . . Daisy - . .(The baby, yer honor;) is better agea. For when he went ofT, it's so sick was the ehil- der, . . 6he niver held op her bine eyes to his face, And when I'd be crying, he'd look bat the wilder. And say would I wish for the country's dis grace? - ... So he left her in danger, and me sorely greet in?. And followed the flag with an Irishman's .: joy. . ' ' -O! its often I drame of the great drams a beat insr. ' And a bullet gone straight to the heart of me boy. . And say will he send me a bit of his money. - r or me nm, ana ins aoctor s Dill, due in a i. wee...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 August 1861

T ? v am- ii f .auywr. r 1 I IB SMSV V X v-vt. JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVI. AKD PROPRIETOR. v.- r GALL I P ' .''TRUTH D;JtJStlQE.' O L I Sr 0HIO 1 T 11 1 u GUST 29 . 1861. $1:50, IN ADVANCE. Number 41, York cotemporary: AMERICA AFFAIRS I THE LlGBT OF Bistort. 1 am a man whose life has lasted tnrougn iwo generations; and I have lived through man y events which the mistakes of rulers, the disasters Happening u armies, ine temporary triumphs 01 wrong, hare seemed but only , seemed to affect irretrievably the destinies ol nations. In some of these events 1 see such parallels to ouiers nappening now, sna on wis eon - lineot. that I think them worth noting - .for the benefit of younger men " A f . We have just sustained our first re- wferse, at Bull Run not a serious mat- ler, and valuable because of the expe- rje nee we shall gain from it.- It appears that General Scott has been overruled lo give bmue before he was ready, by liic am. uuiuiiuc, hi wiiuui lie la 01 course subject., Ue...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 August 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. BDITEO AHD PUBLISHED T J A TIES HARPER, fyAt 91,50, invariably in advance GALLIPOLIS. i THURSDAY. AUG. 29. 1861. DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS THAT WERE. UNION MEN THAT ARE. PATRIOTIC FREEMEN THAT WISH TO BE. We eaH upon you hi this hour of your country' peril, to show your feel ing by attending tbe Union Contention, to be held in Gallipolis, on Saturday next, for the purpose of appointing delegates to the Union Convention to be held in Columbus on the 6th of Sep tember next. Gallia county is entitled to four Delegates. It is desirable that good, true hearted Union-loving men, 'without distinction of party, should be selected, men who go for the country first, last, aid all the time. Farmers and meehanies, turn out on that day, and show to the ageats of secession, who, like Norway rats, are burrowing under the foundations of our Govern ment, that the great heart of the hon est yeomanry of Gallia county, is in faroi of the Union, and that party for the present, muBt b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 August 1861

From Forney's Press. DIRECT TAXES. ;This h V subject of interest to every one in the community, ana me provi sions of the late act of Congress on the lubieet do not appear to be well known, that act having undergone many alteration! daring its progress through the National Legislature. The propriety of paying in current re eelpts is undoubted, and the obligation of this tax will meet a reaay acquies cence. The act of Congress, passed August 5, 1861, is entitled "An act to provide increased revenue from imports, to pay interest on the publie debt, and for other purposes." Its brst seven sec tions make ' alterations in the tariff. which are generally understood. Its other sections relate to the levying and collection of taztt. There are two kinds of taxes directed by this law: 1st. A direct tax. 2d. An income tax. The direct tax is to prodnce to Government the sum of twenty million dollars annually: Ibis sum is apportion ed among the States and Territories of the Union. The amount to ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 August 1861

[From the Louisville Journal.] (i't' - Here 'is bright flash, from a soul om Are wish patriotism: YE SOLDIERS OF THE UNION. BY S. C. MERCER. f Ye soldiers el the Union! . i i VMi lxitiMt vsliw fired To guard the land whose caeed east Oar fathers' so!s inspired, Strike at yon black rebellion Like a thunderbolt of dread. " lot the safety of the bring --, . And the memory of the dead. Bright banner of the Union f -By beauty's fingers wrought, Around the world thy lesson Of glory has been tanght; It telle of heroes battle-fields. To fame and freedom dear, And sings of peace and happiness To man's enraptured ear. Dear altar of the Union! . . r , Around thy precious shrine . We swear no traitor's hand shall seize Thy offerings divine. For onr dead would sleep dishonored . And onr living bare no hope, If in rebellion's awful night Onr land were doomed to grope. Charge soldiers of the Union, In troth's eternal might, Te strike not for ambition's lust Bat liberty and right. The Present and t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 September 1861

1 4 ' - - - ' f 1 JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVI. TRUTH AND JUSTICE. B !01:5O,IK:ADVAKCEi G A LL IPOLIS, OHIO , v S E P TE M B E R 5, 1 861 Number 42. CI' p .0 WALHINGTON'S VISION. BY WESLEY BRADSHAW. The last lime fbst I ever saw An thony Sherman was on the 4ih of July, 1859, in Independence Square. He was then ninety-one, bnt though so oia n is o.mm.ng cy " lie lookea at inaepeoaence nan, wuitu, be said, ne oaa come to giie uo uu morebeforehe was gathered home. J "What time is it said rs'8'nf i mDg.T:Jlti?stde e , r "V V v.v v.a -T..t'lhe .ormer w ;u . """Hook lime 18 HZ X CBil IK6 BV WVII " I used to." . ,hp h continued-let us : go into the Hall; I want to tell you an incident of Washington's Lie-one , . . ' which no one alive knows except my- : self.and if you i hve, ypo will, before Ions, see it verified. Mam me, 1 am , cot superstitious, but you will - - verified." Reaching the visitor's room, in which the sacred relics of our early days are j 1 - A AM Ana a!...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 September 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. IDITIO ABD PUBLISHED BT JANES HARPER, trb $1.50. invariably in advane GALX.IPOLIS. raU3SDA,Yj ' I86K 5r Th. xfohts .r every nan to which he'is'absobtfclj entitled, are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. To' protect him. in" the enjoyment of tbjete'v -onstit to be the object of a)l government.- Anything abort of it lis absolute despotism. "" Therefore we must hare a Government. ' Withonj it, Vt can' bare no lair, no property. no liber- ty.; r Even life itself would depend onjyj . m mm m - m udou superior strength, and like -fW animal race the weak would fall a prey to the strong. To the aupremaey of the law we owe all the power or happi ness; we possess. ; ; , - tr--. - -i i;Fellowcitizens,' do you wish this to cbntinue? II so, the traitors to .but Government who are using erery means on earth, tad Ingenuity of hell Itself to compass' your ruin, moat be put down. They: must be crushed out. If they succeed, we , are slaves, and in a worse condition than th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 September 1861

From the Boston Journal, August 28. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF HON. JOSEPH HOLT IN BOSTON. ADDRESS OF WELCOME BY MR. EVERETT ADDRESS OF WELCOME BY MR. EVERETT —SPEECH OF MR. HOLT. The eitiiens of Boston were informed on Monday, that Hon. Joseph Holt of Kentucky. Secretary of War daring; the closing day of the Buchanan Ad ministration, and whose noble efforts in that office to save the country, and the Government from the gulf of ruin into which it iras hastening, are so well known and so heartily admired by ere ry loyal citizen, was making a brief vis it to our city, and a strong desire was immediately manifested that in some way be might have an opportunity to say a few words to the people of Bos ton, and that they might have a faror able occasion to testify their apprecia tion, of his services in behalf of the Union. It was therefore arranged, by some gentlemen who took the matter in v charge, that Mr. Holt should be called tipon at bis lodgings at the Tremont House, aud that if he...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 September 1861

DRILLING. Bweet Amy ask'dwith pleading eye, Dear Chriey,.teaeh me, will yoo, The word I've heard your captain aay . I should so Ek to drill yon! "What! little one-, jev tale command! 'Well, Amy, I'm quite willing: In 8 neb company a your I eant hare too much inHIng. "Stand orer there, and tine out clear, Like thii, 'Squad Stand at ease.' " H)h, Cbarlea, you'll wake papa up tair. Don't about like that, dear, please." : "I stand at ease, like this, yon see! And then I need scarce to mentis, The next command yon hare to give Is this one, 'Squad Attention. "Now, Amy, tmartTy, after me, (You're sure, dear, it don't bore yon 7) Forward quick march halt front fight dress! There, now, I'm eloM before you. " Present anns-WaB, it does look odd. Ton dont believe I'd trifle: We hold our arms out jnst like this, In drill without the rifle. "Sow, say, 'Salnte your officer,' Oh, Charles, for shame, bow can youT I thought that you were at some trick. You horrid, cheating man, you." Charles "ordered...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 September 1861

iltmif it . 4 4 O ' JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVI. AH) PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 12, "TRUTH AND JUSTICE. 1861. $1:50, IN ADVANCE. Number 43, From the Saturday Evening Post. GRANDMOTHER'S STORY. A SIMPLE BUT TRUE SKETCH OF REVOLUTIONARY TIMES. BY JULIA GILL. Twelve years, as we recson ner. u t .... rth has mv grandmother Eunice Tb bn in C7 W. could .Jl 1- -n n iW trinmnhant day scarcely weep on that r.amphant day ffi-ahV I wahed for V so long and o submissively, she had borne so ' k,J.n. and sorrows, and her nuy euruc... 7 . , ' last ,t year, had been so luu ot pnysica pais .in, which our 'tenderest i i orf ascnaire 1 Olten IrV 10 lyin part assuage. I ouen try 10 imagine her face in that 'exceeding r O - . rv clorr with the look Of patient sutler- inallone from it forever. She was a Weaned woman, with pleasant, intelligent blue eyes, under a moun- tain of forehead. Her light, brown hair, filleted back under her cap, was scarcely turned grey, although she was nearly e...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 September 1861

ra, have turned their eyes toward the Cumberland Mountains with beating and throbbing hearts, expecting every day to see the star spangled banner borne by Kentnckians and Ohioana for their saltation. I tell yon, that when 70a from Abolition Ohio go with this banner to East Tennessee, yon wiH're eeive such a welcome from the slave holders as brare men hare seldom met th this world. " " "Mr i Carter made farther appeals for nid for Tennessee and wound up by an -allusion to Mr. Lincoln. Be said in conclusion: 'Not only hare I no pre judices against Abraham Lincoln, but I will gofnrther, and say, if in the provi dence of God, it should be his lot to carry this great nation safely through this fiery trial, I will be as ready as any ether man to crown him as the second father of his country. Long con tin ned cheering. ' 1 .t Mr.'Johnson made a brief antt-eom-promise speech, after which the meeting dispersed. . !,': GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. KDITXD 190 PUBLISHED BT ; JAHES IIARPEIt, fAt 81.50, i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 September 1861

THE PEOPLE IN CONVENTION. PARTY UlfEs"OBLITERATED. i REPUBLICANS, AMERICANS AND DEM- t X)CRAT3 UNITE HANDS. VIGOROUS PROs"eCUTION OF THE WAR. I NO COMPROMISE WITH TRAITORS. ' TREMENDOUS ENTHUSIASM. J I DAVID TOD NOMINATED FOR GOVERNOR BY ACCLAMATION. A FULL STATE TICKET SELECTED. &c., &c. [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.] COLUMBUS, Sept. 5. j ne union ionTtnuon inci t 11 o'clock. Thomas G. Mitchell of Ham- The Union Convention met at II 'ilton county was chosen temporary Chairman, and Mr. Groom of Franklin, Secretary, The President. 00 taking the chair. returned thanks for the compliment, which was no ordinary one. This was no ordinary political Con venlion. One duty was, it is true, to select candidates, but that has been ' 'performed for half a century before; that is hut nartof our duty. We meet under circumstances which never called us together before. The whole fabric of the Government is shaken to its center. The fla is desecrated, and in our midst are many...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 September 1861

THE UNION RIGHT OR WRONG. A SONG FOR VOLUNTEERS. A SONG FOR VOLUNTEERS. BY GEO. P. MORRIS. Ib Freedom's nam our swords We draw? She arm ns for the fightf for country, Government and law, fFor liberty and right , ft Union m)r sirm MpuiMifM,,- - Oar flg still o'er us flyf That cum oar hearts sad band ha nerved, And we will da or die. 1 ' A SONG FOR VOLUNTEERS. BY GEO. P. MORRIS. CHORUS. Then eome, ye hardy volunteers, - Around our standard throng, " And pledge man's hope of eorning yean, The Union-Bright or wrong! The Union right or wrong, inspires '- The burden of oar song; It was the glory of opt sires ' The Union right or wrong It t the doty of as all To cheek rebellion' ewer; ' To rally at the nation' eall, t " , . . . And we that roiee obevf . 4 Then Ijke a band of brother! go, - A hostile league to break, T To root a spoil-eneinnber'd foe, i , And what ia oars, retake. CHORUS. 8o eome, ye hardy volunteers, Around oar standard throng,' And pledge man's hope of coming years, The U...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 September 1861

- V- My m ill V I i ; I V V J XV V7.' , 5 :: A JL:- - rfl 11 . ;i . 11 : ' 111 , I f ,l 1 1 i i! : ' .. 1 " -1 ;l. r JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVI. 410) PROPRIETOR: GALLIPOLISv PHIOi: SEPTEMBER 26, TRUTH AKD' JUSTICE." 1861. $1:50, IK ADVANCE. Number 45. REVOLUTIONARY STORY. THE YOUNG REBEL. BY MILTON SANDERS. . In a small farm boose, towards the close of the year 1780. sat an old man, bis wife, and only son. The face of father appeared troubled; at times be looked thoughtfully on the floor, and then be would gaze long and wist- fully at his son, m fine, manly youth of twenty. At length be said: "David, this is disastrous news from Camden. God knows what will be- come of the country now! Congress Deeds every arm that is capable ah! me, I wih this old wound I got in the war had not Jamed mebiain-ton, I should"-now "be shouldering my musket, and marching to defend my-i,jm$ef country." " j Both the son and wife looked up at these words. The old lady ceased knitting, and gazed inquir...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 September 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL JAMES niRPEHi f-Ai l.50. lararraWr in advance THURSDAY. : : SEPT.. 88. 1861. Union State Ticket. . Governor, DAVIT TOBD, ef TAJumsg. JjL Governor, . . BENJ. ST AM TON, of logw ' For Treasurer of State, . VOLS' EY DORSET, of MiamL Judge of Supreme Com. - ' JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler- ' Comptroller of Treasury, JOSEPH H. RILEY, of Franklin. Secretary of State, BEITJ.' B. COYLVTIS, of Belmont. Board of Public Works, JOHN TORRENCE, of Hamilton. For Common Plea Judge-, SIMEON NASH, of Gallia. The tfme is short. The election is at band. In two weeks' our readers will be called on to Tote for enmity and State officers. Party lines are ignored It is fitting it should be so. Higher in terests are at'stake. David Tod has de clared this to be a question of self fa ience.. It is so. The black flag of se cession flaunts in full view of the Capi tol. The rattle of the male is plainly beard in its stealthy approaches to onr own firesides. They must be defended at all hazards. While...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 September 1861

SENATORIAL CONVENTION. This body met at Gallipolis on Thnrs day, Sept. S 1st, and organised by ap pointing J. E. Holeorob, of Gallia, chair man, and M, 8. Bertram, of Lawrence, Secretory. " The committee on creden tials reported a follows: Meigt County i. J. White. D. R. Jacobs. Joseph Pattoo, H. 8. Horton, J. R. Philson. J. C. Golden, J. H. Law bead, N. Stanbry, and J. C Hyse.!. Lawrence. B. Kimble, John Snyt der, S. C. Johnson, Jr., J. H. 8. Bar tram. M. M. Rapp. and C. G. Hawley. Gallia A. Logne, J. B. Gales, John E. Holcnrob, Hamilton Hay, Geo. W, Eagle, T. C.Safford, and Jacob Kerns, Oo motion the delegates present Irom m . 11 - J a a S each county were allowed to cast the whole vote of each county. After which they proceeded to ballot for Sen ator. The names of H. S. Veal, of Law rence. H. B. Smith of Meigs, and Jos. Bradbury of Gallia, were presented. 1st Ballot: 2d Ballot: H. S. Neal, H. B. Smith, J. Bradbury, Laidley, 3d Ballot: H.S. Neal. H. B. Smith, J. Bradbury, 9 H.S. N...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 September 1861

YOU KISSED ME. Ton c.sed W vr J mriLi. . cJT-rJ mZxtern& infinite rat; White ti baty ?? BT toBaa.ii Bot Tlohed nj name from my heart to ray J Tcr arms acid me fast Oh! your imi were so bold. Heart beat against heart in their paatiooaU . hold; . Tour glance seemed drawing my soul througn As tiieuVdrawe the mist from the aea to the kin; . . And your lips elnng to mime til I prayed nay bliss They might never unclasp from that raptur ous kite. Too kissed me! My heart, and my breath and my will, T Miruim wv for a moment stood still; life had for me then no temptations do charms .... So vista of pleas ore ontside of your arms; a .I T this instant an angel Dossessed Of the glory and peace that are given the blest, I would fling my white robes nnrepmingly down, - And tear from my forehead its beautiful crown, To nestle onee more in the haven of rest, With your lips upon mine, and my head on your breast. Ton hissed me! My sonl in a bliss so divine, Keeled and swoonea like a foolish man d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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