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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 October 1841

h&w fvtt fte MOT THE GLORY OP C 21 S A R , BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. BY H. B. STACY. Hfl OOKh'd ESSENCE OF LIFE. A Valuable 11m Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will be the mranof saving llioiisnnil- (rum an untimely grnic. It ha been sold and iicd for thirty year, wnhgre.it suti-e, and foiinJ very cinciu-iou- in the following disea-e, viz. Con-eii.nptinn, Whooping Coup h-, com mon Cough", Co!il-, diflicnll Breathing, Influenza, Quinsy, Asthma, Phthisic, Spitting of Blood, Flatu lency, Indigestion, l.ooscnc-s of the Bowel-, Fits of every kind, Cramps, Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, Dy-cn-tary," Faintin?, Hypochondriac Affection-, Headache?, CdCKnessai oiomacn, mea-ic, a picii.-iiuvu ui un' frintidiea.-e. Gout and Rheumali-tn. ICyTheahoveMeJicine Is prepared by Henry Scy Ynour,of Hadley, Mas, from the Original llecipc, by Hhe direction ofsaid Moore, and sold by him and the birmcipal uruggistsin me unitcusiaies. Sold wholesale and retail, by Peck 4: Spear, Burlington, and by thedcale...

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. — 29 October 1841

V?J k 1 itvrciisLA'rvuu op vwmiojix HOUfJE OK RKPRE-UiNTATlVE-L ,. Monday, Oct. 19, 1911. Prayer by Ror. Mr. Kellogg. The Speaker announced the following committees! On the licence laws Messrs. Cnnfield, Slasofi, '?).)!), Htnryof Chester, 'Billings. On tlto Bill relating to tlic election of town officers Meters. Ssrgrtint, Swift. Tctriiey. . , Jt Petition Tejsrrell. W Jairw Wheo'cr and others, for iltoralien of the tovn nf Coventry, to Oenernl Jinniittco of Erastus I". Fitch, of Sylvsnus Ripley and Axariah Webb, to eatnmiltee ot uinunOi aa iv Moody, to Gmiernl committee! of Selh (loodspced, jr. and others, and of select men of Holland to the Land Tat committee of Htman Green to commit' lee on Military Affairs. Report: By Select committee, the bill altering 'the grand jury ttrm of Grand I lie county court, with amendment I orderd to be engrossed. By Se lect eommitte, rules of the Hotun, for tho present session, and also joint rulei for botU Houses, which "wero adopted. A comiiiiinica...

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. — 29 October 1841

SENATE, S o'clock, V. M. Reports By Mr. Palmer, the bill incorpora ting the- Vermont Mining and Smelting compa ny, tliat the same ought to pass. Mt. Hatch oflercd an amendment to tho bill by adding a new section, rendering tlie private property of the stockholders liable Tor debts of the corpo ration J laid on tlio table on motion of Air. Hatch ; the bill establishing tho lino betvven Cavendish and Baltimore, reported by Air. Gil con, without amendment, read a third timo and -passed ; by Mr. Ihrtlott, a hill to provide for Tthc receipt of tho proceeds of tho sales of tho .ublic lands, gives the necessary power to the Treasurer of tliis State. Air. Dana offered an amendment, providing that so much of said pro. cecds as may not bo otherwise appropriated, bo applied to tho state debt. On motion of Air. Bartlett, tho bill was laid on tho table. Air. Dana moved an amendment to tho Senate rules, providing for tho admission of members of tho Council of Censors, to scats upon tho lloor of t...

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. — 29 October 1841

"He touched his harp, and nations heard, entranced." POETRY AND PUFFING. We publish the following puff on Dyer's Elixer, without charge, "just for the fun ol the thing." We fiud it in tire Providence Journal. FROG PEEP LYRICS. dr. mcmunn's elixir of oni'M. Oh, Doctor McMunn, dear Doctor McMunn, Without your elixir, what should I have done i And i have no hesitation now I've begun, To say lhat Dame Nature had never a son Ho favored of heaven, so wise as this one j 'Twnuld he capital bin, Forgive the had pun, If seme of his opium were tent to Canton. I suffered Vy tnghf! anS suffered by day, Till this blessed elixir was thrown in my way s And 1 never shall cease lor the Doctor to pray, Till theseeyes have grown dun.and this hair has grown rcy, f For ! never dared hope that thisbody of clay, Could ever be propped in such masterly way s Anil now I will say, To be sick i- but play, While Doctor McMunn is mf nope and my stay. And I speak quite in earnest, and nothing in fun, When I say, l...

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. — 5 November 1841

NOT TUB OZ.OHT OP O 21 S A R, BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. BYH.B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, N0VE3IBER 5, 1841. M (JOKE'S ESSENCE OK I. IKK. A Valuable Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will bo the means of saving thousands from an untimely grille. It has been sol.Tand used for thirty year, w'lth great success, and found very cllicneioii" In the following Uiae, vix. Uortsu.npiion, Whoeqiing Couch", com mon Cough", Cu'.d-, diiricnll Breathing. Influenza, Quinsy, Asthma, Phthisic, Spitting of Blood, Flatu lency, Indigestion, Looscncs of the Dowel", Kilsol every kind, Cramp, Hiekct", Colic, Cainrrh, Dysen tary, Fainting, Hypochondriac Allectioii", Headaches, Biekness at Stomach, Measles, a preventive of Con tagion disease", Gout and Rheumatism. ICyThe above Medicine is prepared by Henry Sey mour,of Hadley, Mas., from ihe Original Recipe, by 'the direction ot said Moore, and sold by him and the itirincipal Druggists in the United Slates. Sold wholesale and retail, by Peck Si Spe...

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. — 5 November 1841

Ji n (in n itiii i nf Mviti Silnni he siid the nnuii lalt iii was originally inndr, ns tt did not sock tin n:ic, but tliojiinl assembly vvoildgive Mr S. llw suction on tho ground tint ho dcsoivcd iIiooQicl'. 12th J T. Marston, I '. L. Kn ipn, Alvnli Satin, J'lhn I.. Buck, Geo. 11. Manser, Joili Sreley P. T. Wasburn, 0. 1. Chandler, H. Canfield, Blank, Joseph Berry, Carlos Coohdge, A. O. Ilcvves, A. Siansbury, Hiram l'cikins, 3. M. Shifter, n. K. llrowncll, Mones 1'isk, O. K. Mitchell, Ocl Hilling , Titus Hutchinson, C. V. I'rcntis.. nl. 13 h lllli Uth loth lTtli 13th Jl 8J 81 F3 R7 SI W 101 43 1 S I 107 40 1 107 42 1 01 4(9 36 1 2 Jonathan Miller, On the 1 llli ballot brim? declared. Mr. Novcs siid ha had mined Mr Merrill vvithu it consultation with liim, and now withdrew his name. On the 17lh Inllot being dechrod, Mr Hncnm moved tint the joint assembly ndjourit to Tuc day next, 10 a. in. i negatived. On the IStli ballot being declared, on motion of Mr Dillingham, the jjint assembly...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 November 1841

300; fish, 810,010, rather lenten entertain, merit that; groceries, 830,000; oil, 80.' 00; fruit and confectionary, 80.000; vcjjclablcp, $2,600, rather a small amount of vegetables for 871,300 of beef and poultry ; ale and beer, '815,000, that is patronizinc the brewers very -. .t 1 . . -.. 1 1 ' Ainii-. .11 1 1 ... nsti , vv a cunuius, 3 iv,iit.i , iiuiuw cnuuic;-, 3,750; stationery, 84.y.r)0; lamps, $20,750; mei, sai.'jwu; turningp, a.'.tKW; brazing-, 750 ; china, glass, &c, S7.8S0 ; linen, &W7o the Queen must be clothed in lino linen ; plate, $1,275; making a total of S.'MS,Si). Freedom of the I'nrss. In most of the monarchies of Europe the press is not free to criticise or censure tho government, nor dare editors ridictlc loyally ) but it is far otherwise in England, and throughout tho British empire. J'here tho opposition attack the administration with tho most perfect freedom, and often with unreasonable violence and gross abuse, nor is the royal household spared. I he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 November 1841

CV s.tv .Vit J-.--L "He touched his harp, and nations heard, cntrnnc rd." MKLANCnOLY MUSINGS. BY WM. 0. HOWARD' "I would not live ahcay!'' AHI why do wc cling, wilhsich rondncs to earth ! Its Bmiles aro delusive, and short-lived its mirth 1 The objects wc dote on thcloely and true, On times rapid am cut nro parsing from Mew : With the llcctncssofd.iy They are fading away, And nothing, no, nothing ihur progress can stay. P Vkhy cling wo to earth I Its fond friendship, tho' weet, Are as fragile ns hubbies, when rude billows meet j Its beauties aro transient as suns-et'B rieh light, That dazzles a moment, then fades from tiio bight ! lt lineaments wear Tho deep impress of care, And beam with a wanton and treacherous glare. Bv fho fro-ls of old aire when the life blood i chilled And the noises ('mission, once restless, nro (tilled: When the ruses of beamy aic nipped by the fiost, And the lervor of youthful all! ononis lost ; Then why should wu dread To lie down with tffe dead, When tho ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 November 1841

J hi TTV ii , JOJC TUB GLORY Of CSAH, PPT TUP W B l' T A 1Tb or R 0" STACY. LILY SYRUP. yli unpavralkd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Wood, Hooping Cough, eye. y. TO THE PUBLIC. In presenting to tin nublie a new rcinali for ili-c.i .esof the lungs, it may be proper to fay that, judging I irom mc uiauy i eriiui .ue- nun i cLuoniiinjiiuiiuoiis ui oilier specifics contained hi tho newspapers of the day no new remedy was called for or required, lint if I lie popular remedies had materially lessened the lulli of mortality, or any one of the many preparation' pro fessed those virtue recommended, oiliat after a fair trial, the patient could depend upon its healing power-, rind rationally hope for n apeely recovery ol health, this humble, attempt to nrret the progress of Pulmo nary Consumption would not have appeared. Hut that the victims of this destroyer are daily, in creasing, need no proof and the large scale of the Dru jib I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 November 1841

XEGSLA-XtTKi: OF YISBMONT. SKN.iTK- Wednesday, Nov. 3, 1811. Tmyer by llic Chaplain. . ,, . Uill), Reported by .Mr Inton of W. to aboluh ca pital punishment, null substitute thcref r iiiiprison inent far life, twice rca land laid upon llio lablo pro viilin for v ecological curvcy of Una stall', calleel up by Mr Woo ter, nnJ upon hi.s motion recommitted to the coniiiiillco on Agriculture lor the purposo or a iiicndincnl, , , ... , , Hesolulion, iclirlnir to the in.htia, called up by Mr n . ..l.. , it,,, resolution, n a amended, oil motion of Jlr Diling-iain, pri-Miling for the exemption from I nctive mit'tary duty (thouah nut from enrolment) in time of pence, of oil under 21 and ovor'JJ years of aye, was ndoptcd. Hills, rolntins to high way?, called up by Mr. Hitch, debated by Jlessrs Match, daw-ford, Dana, Fi-h and Palmer, in favor, Mr Woostcr opposed, read a third time and passed i to incorporate the Rcadsbnro' nud Woodfoid Turnpike company, re turned from the House by tetUeol, and...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 November 1841

on his way to tlie Island. Wo havo on board number of officers on their way to join their regiments in Canada. Wo havo Knglish, Irish. Scotch, American, French, Spanish, Mexican, Peruvian, Italian, Jews, German?, &c. as pas. songcrs. I am the only Vcrmontor on board, nd have Fovcral times been told that " speak very good English." I found hind friends in every placo I visited inTJngland.whicli rendered my stay in this respect xery agreeable. 1 was highly pleased with every placo, and leave England pleased with the pcoplo and their country and hope that the time may not arrive when the relations between England and the United States shall bo other than peaceful The interests of the two countries am decidedly In favor of peace. The feelings nnd desires of the business community in both countries, I feci persuaded, aro for peace, the governments are for peace, and " peace tiny it be." Yours, truly, 3. K.BIUXSMAID. For the Newark Sentinel. THE CAUSE OF CANNING'S DEATH The extract be...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 November 1841

"He touched his harp, aiwl nations heard, ontrancrd." TUB l'OET OF TUB I'OOR. Ebcnozor Elliot, a ior iron doalor of Shef field, En'MiirtuiLargfii the lowest rank, is astonishiiffe the Alirby strains worthy of : Rums. Tlfo hyllowinij comparison of the out ward and visible? glories oirention, with the .cjoSpecfs which pre oponinofTFOcioty from the light of knowledge, is extracted from one of his recent productions : ( i 0 ' Oiid said, "let there tic light I'1 Grim darkness Ml his might, And lleJ away t ' Then Btnrlled seas, and mountains cold, Shone forth all bright in blue and gold, And cried, " 'tis day, 'lisdny!" "Hail, holy light I" exclaimed The thunderous cloud lliatlljmcd 0'crlaisi s white; . Audio! the ro-e, in crimson dress' J, Loaned sweetly o'er the lily'!- bronst,'" And blushing, mitrmnr'd "Lijjlul" Then was the sky-lark horn, 1 i? Then rose the embattled corn Then floods cif praise Flowed o'er the lulls of noon ; And then, in stillest night the 11100,13 Ponied forth the p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 November 1841

Uftt fvtt fte HB GLOB- OP OJBSABj BUT TH B WBLFAHE OP ROME. BY It. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1841. VOL. XV....N0. 2l An LILY SYRUP, unparralled remedufor Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spilling oj mooa, Hooping Cough, yct y TO THE PUBLIC. . 'In presenting to the nublie a new remedy for disea sea of the IUnrt.il may to proper lo say lhal. judging 'from the many certificates ami rUccoiumcndutions of 'other specifics contained in the newspapers of ihe day I no new remedy was caned lor or required, mil n tno 'popular remedies had materially leaned the hills of .ffiurimilv, ur any suit; ui me many prciniituiuii- ivs- Jsesed those virtue recommended, so that after a fair .trial, the patient could depend upon its healing power., J and rationally hope for a speedy recovery ol healili, 'this humble attempt to arrest the progress of Pulmo nary Consumption would not have appealed. . , Uut that the victim of this destroyer are dai...

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. — 19 November 1841

WHIG -STATE CONVENTION. Minutes of lhcVliig Slate Comention, holden at Monlpsltcr, on the 3 , 6th and 8th of Not: insl. Tliu Convention, composed of Whig members oftliu Legislature, nnd other Whigs, w.u organized liv itiu itppnintment of WM. JPHM, Estf. President, HAMPDEN .CUTTS nml LEONARD SAUGEANT, '.Eq. Vice Presidents, D. W.C. CLARKE nndOEL HILLINGS, Esqs. Secretaries. On motion of Mr. Dann, the following gentlemen wore appointed 1o nominate seven gentlemen as :i Statu Central Comniifteo for tho year unstring, vir.: Bennington Comity, Mr. Sarge.mt; Wind ham, Mr. Billings; Rutland, Mr. Clark; AVindior, Mr. Butts ; Orange, Mr. Hobard; Addiso, Mr. Bnscom; Chittenden, Mr. Griswold; Finnlilin, Mr. Eaton ; Grand Islo, Mr. Adams r Orleans, Mr. C. W. Premiss ; Caledonia, Mr. Chandler J Essex, "Mr. Uuwey ; Lamoillo, Mr. Ilincs ; Wash liinzion, Mr. Jones. On motion, Ordered that ihcnienrtjcrs of each county present the names of ihreo per sons as a county committee, tho chairman of which s...

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. — 19 November 1841

m PROCLAMATION. During tho yeir which is now approaching to lit cloae, it has pleased the All-wise lluler of the Uni verse graciously to extend to the good citizens of our beloved Commonwealth the benignant smiles of His Providence to even from us the grevious calami ties of foreign war,thedevrTtntion of the pestilence, thehotrors of famine and 'the dreadful curse of in tcstino coinmoiidn to teward'the labors of the Spring time with the golden fr 'its i f Autumn to grant us health, security and tranquility -to continue to us the enjoyment of our civil and religious Liberty, end the means of intellectual nnd moral Imptovcment, una to permit us to live quietly under laws framed and ad ministered by the Repre entativea of the People I do, therefore, in compliance with a custom, com mended to us alike by its antiquity "n " social and moral advantages, appoint THURSDAY, THE SECOND DAY OK DECEMBER. NEXT, to bo ob served throughout this fiate, ,as a day :f Puhho Thanksgiving, Prnver an 1 P...

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. — 19 November 1841

amis mimis i "He touched his harp, and nations heard, entrances. Tlio following Lines', written by MAr.G.tr.nT M. Davidson, on leaving her " native shore" our own buautiful Chamlainc&n Jiardly bo excelled for simplicity! purity, and depth of feeling. M' NATIVB LAM). Thy vcrdarTt banks, tliy lucid stream, Lilliy llio smi'sTesplcmlent beam, Itcllccl each bending tree sn light Upon thv bounding bosom bright. Could I tut sec tine once iipnin, My own, my beautiful Chanlpbin I The little isles that ilccli thy breast, And calmly on ihy I nnm rest, How oltcn in my childish nice, 1'vo sported round them, hrichl and free! Could I b it sec thee nncu nnaiti, My own, my beautiful Champlain ! How oft I've watched the frcsh'ning shower, Rending the summer Ireland rlowe-r, And foil my little heart beat high As the blight rainbow graced the sky. Jould I but see thtconce again, My own, my bcautilul Champlain ! And shall I never sec thee more, My native lake, my much-loved shore 3 And must 1 bid a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 November 1841

BY H. B. STACY. LILY SYRUP. An unparrallcd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, eye. cy. TO TUG PUBLIC. In presenting to tlio public a new rcnioly for di-fa-a,.. i,r tlm luii2S.it mav be nrolicr to sav 1 li.ll, filclirill c front the many certificates anil roJcoinmcnJ.itioiH of other specifics contained in the newspapers oftho il.iy no new remedy was called for or required, lint if the popular remedies had materially lessened the lulls ol mortality, or any one of the many preparation pos. scs-cd those virtues recommended, so that alter a fair trial, the patient could depend upon its healing power, and rationally hope for a speedy recovery ul health, this liutnUe attempt to nrrc-t the pro;res ol'Puliiio nary Consumption would not have appeared. Hat that the victims of this destroyer are daily in creasing, need-no proof and the large scale-, of the Druggi-t.show that the remedies ot the day hayo been fairly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 November 1841

!,rfcJolmlll;.CPU,Klllp.,l ot tton u, (J,,1"; com I had boon f.ihnihg the chad from, .mil 1 presumed to trior 1. To gnve-rnors and secretaries of to 'd hiiti t was his bus mess am Air. Forward a icrruorics m i to mi oi me uigcs i .emu urui Wamum.ton, llith Nov. 1811. To the Editors of tlio Now York 1',). press the ea mo paper my olJ friend Mr. Dwight printed a cpell ago Mb. Hutroiis : I tell'd yoil in my last letter that Capting Tyler liad gone to Virginity and that whilst ho was gone, 1 was to put all tlio Jtaiik plans Into my fnimimf-MiU, and hlow tho Wi'iToir the e'ear cum. Woll tliis Ins boon no ioul of a job I can ttdl yoit, for out of more than .a two bushel basket full oi plans, there aint more 1 than about a "ood double handful of solid clear cum left. Capting Tyler hai now got back from Vir ginny, and wlion I show'd him my liftings 'noil," rays ho ".Major your mill Ins made a small matter on't any how but is there cnuf left lor teed 1" "Jest exactly," says I, "and if we can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 November 1841

COMMUNICATION TIM FIRST ANI)TIII3 LAST DRINK. Tlio first drink may bo given totlio lurant in tlio cradle, or totlio child at its mothcrV nurse. If it stopped here, there might be but little dan ger. Hut the first loads on to tlio second, and so on. until, bv decrees, a habit is formed : and wo nil hnjvv how Inveterate is the force of habit. Some may break through nnd savo themselves, but thousands perish. It is thus tho first drink has a tendency to produce a habit which when onco formed has sent its thoiiands to the grave in all tho forms of horror that can bo conceived. As you value your honor, your poacoand yoursafotv, guard against tho tirst drink. Hut what shall bo said of tho last drink J What shall bo thought of him who gives it ! In what terms shall wo (speak of tho man who sells it for gain! Fifteen persons, it is said, have died of intemperance, in this town within tho past year. Each of these miserable beings had his last drink. How lost to all feeling must they have been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 November 1841

"fls touched his Imp, nnd nalions heard, entranced." (Front tlio Kormcr'a Monthly Visitor. HARVEST HYMN. WBITTOt IS 1830 BV THE LATE MBS. El'MCE T. DANIELS. God of tho I oiling year I lo itico Our mugs shad rise whose liounty pouts In many a goodly gil'i, with frco Anil liberal liand, our Autumn stores; No fiishng of our flocks wo slay No so-iung clouds of incense ri"o I'uloit Hiy hallowed sliriucwolny Our grateful licarls in sacrifice. Born of thy lireatli, the lap offprint W.is heaped wilh many a blooui'tig flower i Alul smiling slimmer joyed to bring, The simsliino ami tho gentle shorter i Ami Autumn's rich luxuriance now, Tho lipciiing fed Ihe bursting shell, And gulden she.if and lailcn bough, Tho fullness of thy bounty tell. No incnral ihrong, in prinrely dome, Hero wait a lilfoil lord's bohcl, Hut many a fa r anil peaceful homo Hath won ihy peaceful dove a guest j No groves of palm our fields adorn No 1115 rtlo shades or ornugo bovvers Hut rustling meads of golden corn, And f...

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