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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

arm and plantation. fab son . The main point in fuecesfcful tree p'iuLing is to select medium aizd trees, so as to secure good roots. Keep the roots from expo.-ure to sun and wind while hauling, take pains in setting and mulch liberally. Charcoal is good food to xnaka hens lay. Burn a few corn cobs, and wet them out as soon as they are in coal, Feed to hens and soon their combs will turn red, and their bmy tongs will be heard, and egcs increased. It is said that; boiled hams are much nicer to stand in the water in which they were boiled until cold. Tie out side does not then turn black and.dry up as it does when taken from the water to cool ; but remember to remove the lid of the kettle, so the steam may escape. A practical farmer writes that for kill ing lice on cows or hogs, he has always found the following application success ful : Take the water in which potatoes have been boiled and rub it over the ekin of the animals to be treated. The lice will be dead in two hours and no fu...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1879. President Hayes has vetoed the "act to prohibit military interference at elections." The mild-mannered man of the White House haa at last been whipped into partisan traces. The Farmer and Fruit Grower, Anna, 111., aays "the wild goose plum is a failure this year in this locality, and budded peaches will be few and far between. They didn't 'hit' well this year." A, telegram from Care City Ky., dated May 13th, is as follow: Information received from CJreen Hole, on Crocus erect, Cumberland county, reports a wouderful outburst of petroleum, gas and salt water on the Ko we farm. Great rocks upheaved end streams of oil and alt water spurted four hundred vards, deluging large tobacco barns. Late at night a thoughtless person struck a match to light hia pipe, and instantly the flood of petroleum and gas was in flames. The burning flood of petroleum con tinued till early the next morning when it was succeeded by an immense flow of salt water which at onc...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MAY 15. 1879. KAILROAI TIME TA 111.1. hlrK.SCLeaiat -wOrleana K. B. Ak'uVs""' 1IiU" " Mlum' D ftM ' riSiFo t.ix. No. I.aurih. lenresai 1:1. pa Su.i. - imu Nu.i n.ulli. " 12:.Vpm! V. 4. " " ..U.&pm firae tfuut 6i'Ii'f minutes slower limn toou time. J-1 ' Lj1'LZ, Agent, Milau. j i JI ANN", up't. Ja.'Vnn. Tenn. J - . ,M."lLfck. 0. H. A 1. A.. .New Orleans. h. b. MUKtV. . 1'. A.. New Orleans. Ualu III XmUvIII A CI. fc. R. K Trains ltave Milan as follows on and after April Ti ISTtf. rjisnKNuat train. u. 1. south, laves at. ..!2:.T0ra No. . " " 1:utptn No. 2, north, " l:i ;.iu X. 4. " " ... 3:05 am A. W. LUViNti. Agent. C. P. ATMORE. O. F. CANTWELL, Oeu. Y. 1. A. Le.-l Ticket Ag't- 8M1LL CII.1XC.E. l'rof. Field, of Bradford, callou on u? Wednesday, ........ , . .1 Miaae cunuingiiam, cion-u, was : lant week senteueed to ten years in the penitentiary by the Carroll county Circuit Court. A black stocking w ith a yellow snake -niUxl around the leg, is thf latest nov...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

"elected jJoetfy- j THE II AMBER OTI'B TBI! ATE.J OT H. W. lOXGFkLLOW. Ii it to Ur I:o lite 1 hou cantt no ongOT la"t' ckaui) n otr- to gate , ,-, IbatcM laar.J.asola'e. vrc ping and wailine sore fcrb!sSfVIotoDOU!OTT. ' " " O A'j'olotn, my MD I Is It eo tors t"o 1 cry c! hr.scm wne From the wa!ld ity csroe O j;ci, on his rffflr tame, ,Ttn.itluiidt-iawy ,. i j, . ic t! ' oif iacif tl today 7 " O Absalota, my son! ? hm 1? r.o far nor r.ear, lhre f nithr there sot bre, Tbtre is ntitber soon nor late Id that.chsmbfr over tlie gate; or any lung ago . , Tolthat cry ef fcuman w, (J AbsaiOm. niy sun 1 - From tbe a thp.t are past The Toite ccnit like biart Over mi that wrw ana drown, Orer tumult f traffic and town ; A nd from age yet to be Ccmes'.toeieh'irs rack to me, O AValoro, my ton . Somewhere at eTery hour The watchman on the tower Look! forth, aid ten the Beet -Approach of the hurrying feet Of messengers, that bear The tidinga of despair, O Abaalom, uiyeosl Ee Koea forth lrom the door...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

SOCTHERX FIRM AND II03IE. KoltlnC a Conine SwrMllJ. A new departure in the business of farming is our country, especially in the older portion of it, may be expected sooner cr latr, as like causes produce the effects. When land was cheap and labor dear, labor was economized and land net Irs tore by ; now the millions of cur own native population, and the acrumenting crowds that are gathering from beyond the sea, admonish us to re verse this policy and use as much labor a possible in making the land as pro ductive as it is susceptible of being made. My theme is soiling; or, in other words, cuttiDg and putting their feed before cattle, sheep, etc. This implies a revolu tion ; but the more we consider it in theory or practice the more it commends itself as a true principle. In its favor we claim the savin e of fence which amounts to the heaviest tax the farmer has to pay an increased belt of land to till ; the prevention of noxious weeds and briars along fences, an insurance of cutting...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1879. A Dltinguislie-I Mchnger. Wubinrton special to the Cincinnati Com mercial' A noted Confederate General lias lately beec appointed to a messenger's place in the tfenate, at a salary of $1,440 per annum. This is none other than Cadmus M. Wilcox, form erly a Major-General in the Confed erate service, a companion of Ger. Lee, a gradute of ert Point; a gal lant record in Mexico is inset i bed against his name. Gen. Wilcox U a Tennesseau, and naa appointed by Jas. K. Folk to Wt-t Point iu 184:2. Immediately upon graduating he went to Mexico as Lieutenant, and served with distinction. On the 7th of June, 1801, he was stationed in Arizona, and that day received by the same mail news that Tennessee .had seced ed, and also a letter from Gen. Scott, ordering him to report at Washington at once. Wilcox was not a secession ist, but he thought his duty was with j his State, and he resigned and re- j turned to Tennessee. In October ful-! lowintr he was made Bri...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

Milan r exchange. TT7 VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, MAY 22, 1879. NUMBER 12. THE EXCHANGE WADE BKOOKS. Kelttr Prprltra. urBM tirno!! una. T dell art a rw; dollar for lix month; kfts nU for three Month. i?ikuilt ad- CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney and Counselor at Law JACK80X. TENNESSEE. Or FITS 'an Baltimore Stmt, between Lib erty aod Ch.rcb. u9-ly StoltD.IUt. Iiiut L. BctMc. BILLOL'K. Jt HAYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OrriCB oeer Neelj A Pee' prn wre. jo ly JAlksON. TLNK. O.B. Bmcc. Lute t'ireaU Jedre, W. M. McCLL, Jlilea. lens. irenloa. l.ne. BLACK & McCALL, A1T0RNEYS AT LA IT. Offitct at Trenton and Milan, linn. Will practice in tiibwn end a 'joining eo tiu. end in the hupreme and Federal court at Jaakeon, ud in the federal court at Mein pai. eef-ly JAS. R. DEASOX, Attorney at Law! Tkentox, Tens. 1 PROMPT attention -ien to businen. febft-1y W. M. HALL. T. E. 1IARWOOD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TRENTOX, TEXX. Frempl la Olltlona. feb6-ly Vi i A.Coorxa, Trenton. Tenn. K. J. lSfCMA...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

4 TP! j ID I. T01I Alt . M I LAN, TENNt 5 5 1 1 MABaACHtreBTTi has authorize! all the CM companies In tna "tat tb go into . . . , . :u: the business of Jfarnishing steam er hot water forheatingj cooking or mechanical power. Portable gaa is sold and delivered in England like milk. People in the coun try and la village receive' iVia copper TeeeelB fronr large duoa. Xnia method is TaddlUonally popular from the fact that it dispenses with the erratic and depraved meter. There are thousands of acres of un- tilled land in the United States well adapted to raising fibrous plants, such as hemp, flax and jute, and there are thou sands of men standing around with their bands in their pockets looking for some thing to do. Still we import annually more than $6,000,000 worth of these fibers from foreign countries. The locomotives of the northern rail way of France now carry small clocks in front of the smoke stacks to enable the engineers and station masters to know the exact hour of the arrival...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

4 farm and plantation. r.AlABL.IS HINTS FK rABJIIBk. Dis-olve glue in whisky and you have it " prepared " and ready to bottle and ue. For throat distemper, grate fine a email green wild turnip, of, if dry, give a heaping spoonful, mixed with bran or oats. Never fail. Good for cough, aluo. In hatching turkey eggs sprinkle them the last two weeks slightly every other day with water that has had the chill taken off. Some moisture seems to be necessary for turkey eggs. . Mr. L. S. Coffin says: "I would almost as soon think of being without salt, as oil meal or flaxseed, with a herd of cattle. Then again, I suppose there is no bedding that is equal to flax etraw for hogs." The main ebject of a fair, is, of course, the good of the farmer, that is, the good which he derives from comparing his own products and processes with his neighbors'. Therefore, the display of agricultural products is the first thing to be regarded. Shade trees are often planted too near to our dwellings, and too thic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

XEW AD VER TISEMEXTS. EXCLUSIVE HAEDAEE STORE I HE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1879. Cotton sold in New York hat Tues day as high ju ISf. Bro'wnsvinc had a conKi ck-rable fire in "Negro Row" last Monday. Loss about 14,000. Lawrence county voted tat Satur day to edbpcribe $o0,000 to tbc Col umbia and Florence railrtad. A dispatch' to (lie Loudon Times from Calcutta gny.? tbe report that twenty thousand to thirty thousand persons died from cholera while re turning from a religious fair, i? re peated. . , . , . The corner-stone of the court-house ii Clarksville was laid on the 12th with imposing ceremonies. Fully 10, 000 people were prewnt. Exn Gov ernor Porter delivered the oration of the oceasrotf. The New Orleans Times states it as S fact that the jetties enabling larger teasels to reach that port has caused a reduction iu freight on the cotton produced in Louisiana in a single year of one million two hundred thousand dollars,- which goes to tbe" pointer. The Sunday School Convention...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

T1TE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1879. KAILROAtV TIME TABC. blcK.KL.IaU Jlw OrlreirM R.R. Trrins leave Milan fellows on and afteT April i, jT,1. .Ni. 1. Burtb, leave rt Mo..), " - - !-'. 2. sjuth, " .... 1:W pm .... 5t:tV MB ,...12-V pa n i. ... I'lioe al.out fifteen minoU- slower than tuw ... J. 0, Ml't.. Areut, Milan, (i M ANN, rup't. JcVon. Tmn. CH .1LEK, it. I'. 4 T. A.. NewOrleirnt. i. B. 3iO!!fcV, . T. A., New Orleans. IHtavll' V Xnahvlll- AVI.I.ILR. Trains I ive Milan as follows en anJ after April 7i Ki'i. Ma. 1, tout., leaves at 12:30 are Vo. S, " " - 1:J pin Xe. 2. north. " Vm :m Xo.i. " " 3:5im A. W. LOYIXO. Agent. C. P. ATMORE. O. V. CANTWELL, , (ieu. I . A T. A. Local Ticket A t- SlfALL, CIIAXGE. Cherries are ripe. Who killed that dog? Who got paid for the calf? The first lightning bug has made its appearance. Deputy-sheriff Ing Las several sales advertised in this jMper. A heavy rain fell north of here yes terday, mixed with hail. A fine shower fell here last Tues day, m...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

elected: poetry- .n TiHfs am utre. Tea. it we down in th old folk' chair A&d watch we tba Mti ones crow and clamber, We have woven yew gariands for sunny hair, A lid put out the lights In the bridal chamber; And hand In hand, and with fliiaming eyes Wait we, and watt an. the dusk together, O lore, my Ioto ol the ia miner weather, Beat of my heart, whe wert once ao fair, ! Ko more ol to-llng, no more of spinning, o more heart-beatings, no more eur ptiM; far the end if foreseen Iron the firat beginning, Xht curie ii tail's ere ita tuneta riee-; an. lore, mr lore, it li aad to be wise! But l.ue our m alter, stands winged and hoary, Ac 1 eeeiaicg to smile as he whets hia blade; WW j) ls is whlsp'rln the eame ell story. Atd Hope seems shrinking and hall afraid ; For of tbefe the measure ol youth la made. And the maarare of pleasure, the measure of glory Wh'.ch i me;ed O it to a human lot ; Aad ao on to the end (and the end draws nearer) Wnen our eouls may be freer, oar senses clearer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

SOUTHERN FAUft ASD HOME. (renaaia the Di't- i V hen we t-upsreottd the cremation of all animal and vegetable refuse, by tbe htablieh-nent of furnaces alonp tbe water front, we pointed out reliable mean 'of converting a collection of loathsome and disease breeding matter into a - perfectly innocuom and even Taluable material for filling or manure. That garble can be burned to pure aehei without causing any disagreeable odors is beyond question. Many house keepers in this city never throw out carbajre to burden the air with horrible Blenches. They burn it with a full draught in their stoves and ranges, and do not experience the least trouble or inconvenience on account of smells in so doing. What can be done in one household can be done in one thousand. The false economy that spares a few pounds of coal, and fills the old barrel in the back yard with rotting vegetables and animal refuse, is re'on9ible for much of the garbage difficulty. Let the city buiid furnaces out of tbe money tha...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 May 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1879. Fruit Jt'ote. Strawberries. J. Knox, the fa mous strawberry grower of Pittsburg, and the disseminator of Jucunda, or Knox'i No. 700, was wont to t&y that uccess with this fruit is not to be aU tribated u moch to locality, or favor able exposure, fertilizers, etc, as to culture. With him, culture was every thing, and soil and atmosphere of sec ond consideration. He was in favor of plowing and subeoiling as deep as possible, frem 18 to 20 inches, before planting, followed by heavy mulching after planting. His object was to keep the roil moist, light and porous as far down as the roots wish to go ; but in subsoiling, he did not bring the soil to the surface. One of the best instruments tor pulverizing the lower soil is Haps' subsoil plow, which works through the ground like a mole, lifting but cot displacing it Chapes. Persons who profess to have pioved the fact, state that a hill of tomatoes directly at the foot of a grape vine will prevent the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 May 1879

The Milan XCHANGE. .it A J l VOLUME YI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, MAY 29, 1879. NUMBER 13. THE EXCHANGE WADE dk RROOKft. lAlfrm Rati I'roriclra. MIBMKIPTIO KATEN. Twa dollar a yean one dollar for lx mnnthx; fcfty eenU for three month, invakiahlt im ad- f AKCK. CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney aud Counselor at Law JACKSON. TEXNF.SSEE. OFFK'Fon Kaltimore Street, between Lib ert y aud Ch u r: b . j n ui-J y Stokelt 1. Hays. Erkest L. Bci.i.oti. HILLOCK HATS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. o FFICF. over Nw!y TylW Iniir rt. 0. It. Buct, Late Circuit JuJire, W. M. MTai.l. Milan. Jrvnl.ili. lenu Teun. BLACK & McCALL, .4 7 T011XEYS A T LA W, Office at Trenton and Milan, lenn. Will practice in (JiLkuii biiJ a Ijoiniue coun tie. and in tilt Supreme n"'l Federal court lit Jackson, aud iu the Feder.il cnurta at Mcui- l.l.in. '0!':1y JAS. It. MEASOX, Attorney at Law! Tke-tox, Ti-:.nx. rUOMPT attention given to business, felifi-ly W. M. HALL. T. K. HAKWOOK. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TKEXTOX, TENN. Prompt In ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 May 1879

tl.Tiiltii riirmrtiL MILAN. TENNE SSEE The Royal Geographic society of Great Britain is taking steps for organ izing a uniform system of spelling for the names of places throughout the world. 0x2 Sim in States ville, N. C, sold nearly half a million dollars' worth of medicinal plants, roots and herbs last year. It is claimed that not only the greater number of known medicinrl plants in common use are found in that state, bat some of the rarest and most useful Keeley is again heard from, and, as usual, claims to be "rapidly nearing success that will revolutionize machis nery." He, it is said, still retains the confidence and enthusiastic support of the several "intelligent and practical capitalists" who have invested in the motor company. A Yorxa woman recently died in London of glanders, contracted by living above a stable in which horses suffering from this disease were kept. Her sister had previously died of the same malady, and investigation shows that the flesh of the dead hones...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 May 1879

f t & 3 til 4.-4.I iiarm anu ijiauuuiuiis in all thb o'der states manure ii as wential f-r he best results in fruit browing u it Is ti."' g"n nd graaa. As rule, the orchard " neglected ; it is Saken for granted that the apple trees, Iter they are ence plat ted, will take are of themselves. Some m?n think the orchard can bear a crop of ftfpies and lay annually, and no matter if the orchard has teen no manure for tvelre r fifteen years. Aj a general manure, kithin reach of all farmers, there is lothing better than stable or yard tnanure. a dressing ot ten two horse oads of manure per acre every other -ear will promote growth of wood and he formation of fruit buds. Unleached ishes are among the best and cheapest tcanures tor tne orchard. A hundred mshels to the acre every five years or ix years will pay abundantly. Mr. R. 8. Emory, a well-known fruit grower of Kent county, Md., in a letter iipon the subject, just published, urges ipon pear-growers to "feed the trees ;" 'for," he sa...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 May 1879

THE EXCHANGE THUESDAY, MAY 29. 1879. THE COMPItO.ttlSE AUAIX . ' Under thi caption Ba. Bruton, of the Jackson Whig, indulges in a length and hefty criticism of cur article on the state debt In reply to Li trictures, we should like to pro pound: the following questions, which w trust he will be kind enough to aqiwer :'r No. 1. Did you not, after the act passed, sign a call for a non partisan, jcitiiens' meeting at Nashville to necure the- acceptance of the bond holders and a ratification by the peo plef No. 2. Did you not know then that the act only required the accept-, ance of as many as made the 60icent proposition ? No. 3. How long haTe yon been a high tax organ? No. 4. Did you not seek to make low tax an issue in your county election last year ? No. 5. Did you not advocate 33J cents as a basis of compromise, and follow the lead of Mr. Savage on that idea? No. 6. What inspires your present opposition love for the few Bhylocks who want to force the pay ment of the debt in full, or...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 May 1879

im THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1879. AILMit TIME TABLE. Chirac, SkLaU Trains leare Niiaa M follows en and efux April 7. 17. ranacKOCB Tm. Mo. l.aortk. leaves at 1:11pm . . " " - :3 pi" ,.. ;: -..: J 4, - ll:3fi pm a Unit tftoea mianuM slower tiia town J.C.Lr-k. Agent. Milaa. J.O. HANJi.tfep't.Jaeksoa.Tenn. . (H A N L'Ltli, li. P. A f. A New Orleans. h.b. MOKfc.Y.i. T. A.. New Orleans. LaaUavill bvllle A tiI.&,K.K. Trsint leava .VU as follows and after A pril 7i Is?. ril8(UEI TtllXH. . 1. south, leaves at 12:30 am lie. I. " " 1:(JUib lie. 1. aorta. ' 1:W pia e. t. " " 3:uaia A.W. LOV ISO. Arcat. C. P. ATM OEE. 0. F. CAXTWELL. iaa. P. A 1 . A . Local Tick At- SMALL CHANGE.. WLew! bow hoi! Keiuember Sullivan's lecture t Odd Fellowi Hall Saturday night, June 7th. Davie makes about the beat lemon ade we ever sipped. Try aoine aud aee if m e are iwt right. An ice burg! au iee burg! my kingdom Cur au ice burg! Iu the ab jwuce of one, gi e us a beer. Tlie Gibson County Bible Society ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 May 1879

- j 1 I.evv h ' .j elected; .jjoetry. A Mil l A 31 AM FOB A THAT. If fine, for bonwt porerty, 'habanga hia bead, and a that f The coward-alara, we fm Mm by,' Witoiki poer bra' that, p.-v.. '-Mm that, end , 4U- J Oar toll obwure and a' that. The niiik la bul tbe guinea lUmp, . i lb du'i the gowd lot ' that. What tbo'on bemely fare we dine,' -Wtwr hed' Wi and ' tbtt, " (ooli tbeir ailka and knarea their wfne, . . A aaao'e a "ah fa that.., r . r . , . - Far ' t, r,4 that," A !. i ' T bail (ibaeJ enow, and a' that- Tba botu-et maa, tbcughe'er aae poor, . ia king o' men for a that. Yon aee yon blrki ca'd a lord." J Wha atiuta rni atari, and a fca- Tbouzh hnndrada wornhip at hia word, Ha bs t a ooef (or ' t aauH i ' ' t u V f t or a" that, and a' tint, Hia riband atar, and a' that The man of independenf mind, Be look and laugh at a" that. A prince ran roak' a belled knight, A nauqula, date, ana. a' tba ; ' O Vi bat an honeat maa'a abooa hli Bight, Gail faith he manna fa' that I For a that...

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