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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 December 1849

IMPORTANT NEWS FIIOM EUROPE. New York Nov. 12 r. M The Cam- bria has arrived. In relation to the extradition of the Hun- garian refugees the attitude assumed by France and England places the Czar on the horns of a dilemma he having no other al- ternative than to fight or cease bullying; he has however chosen a moro pacific course. It was reported in Paris on the 2."it i Octo- FRO.U CALIFORNIA. The Steamship Empire City arrived at N. York on tho 11th fromChagrcs with 500- 000 worth of gold dust and 13000 letters. We find the following additional item of Cal- ifornia news in a telegraphic despatch: The Convention for funning a Constitution for California had been in session three weeks and was expected to adjourn the first week of October. 1 he qucitiou of suffrage caused ... . -.. ...... rr bcr that the French Ainbass-adei at St. Pe- cousuieraii o iteuate. it was dually agreed tersburg had forwarded dispatches- to hit ;- to 'ul'"l a" nrc c'cn" "" "! " months ernment intiniatini: n ch...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 December 1849

f - tf f- -'EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE . Austin JVoc. 9i 1849. Left Clarksville on the morning of the 22d ult. in company with pur Senator and Rep- resentative and the distinguished young geu- tleman who now figures as Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Reprcsentatives.and I who was recognized on the way as the "Floating mem- ber from Bowie;" and without any incident worth mentioning arrived at Porter's BlulTj on the 25th. The weather upon the whole trip was fine though at tntd-day rather warm Wo passed by Tarrant and Wilcys bridjje over the Sabine. Mo3t of the land cast of the Sabini after caving the neighborhood of Clarksville is of an inferior chsracicr but it improves much upon the west ut the Sabine. back room in which the floating member dis- covered the tiger vigorously fighting; and perhaps half a dozen log cabin dwellings scattered over the prairio which is undula ting and pleasant looking. Our route from Waco towards Austin Was the broad prairie without a house short of 35 mil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 December 1849

rear;- 1 :-.--' . K'S APPEAL TO TIIH HUN- GARIAN PEOPLE. 1 lf? :ru wing is the substance of Kossuth's Ws t.in ' the Hungarians furni-hcd by the "rimd.fi t coi respondent of the NcwaiR Ptih Ailir icr. Jl will give sonic idea of llitf t'jaren i" the war is likely to assu-ae: Our IVh-rkitid is in danger! Citizens! to arms! t. rtrir.s! If v e -"i.utght ourselves alile Cy otdmniv menu ti : the rountsy w e. -vcti'd ..it ci'v out it is 'i; g"r. li o Vi-nj m Um head of a v.'u.i ly childiui ntiiiu tim'i i:.ihci I litll "hati !. I'-nd itself wc l()iiH not oidei 'fcentatni In ila to ling i1 lf ii!t. whole land Ft.' as uu Ki' ft iii:. the pit-pic of u.r c- mi' arc tnai.Ii lace u si. lied to t'eAltd t! -.'"' ic-5 to" !i l.i-t ngain-t 1ihHps tewun we l.iy 'i t:i wmthi cancctl'aui.t of on pi.-i'-'ti aside i.nd call Cut openly that the ct x.v.tvt is in danger lU-ciu-u u-e l.noi ih.ii the ;ci !.- ate lilt: J4elbinl:htiiiftl-f- .:;.."i:n cou.try no l.ji -per. th? dangci in :.'i it.- ii..-.i.i:n-ti-. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 January 1850

ORTHERNSTANDA -- Jp?" - CHARLES DE MORSE. LO.VG .SHAI.I. OUR BIWER BRAVE THE riUEEZE THE STAXDIRD Or THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY J ANUARV 12 1850 VOL. 7. NO. 20.' RD W L TIIOU'LT COlin NO MURK. I think of thee' those or.'w lint roll In von -oft ski so blue anil Lright Bring nightly lo ray pensive seal One heavenly tlrejin of lost delight. At cvo th j i'ars come bae'e to lieaica. And spirals happier taaa before ; To me alas ' no joy is ;;iicn : I weep to tluuk lluu'lt ecmc minor.:. I hate the songs 1 sanf of W. Though tliey ere dearest then to m- J I cannot bear the world so cM. Should hear tl.o-e sonfs I simg lor thee When summer's fled the earth is lu.it. The wild bird's siber note to o'er. And thus with "te wl.cn thou art nnsr I uci p to think thou'it come no more. Hull on resistlcs tuns ' Tiiy w nq Shall never change the spirit's Mis : And if I could I would not tlms Away a dream of love like tt". Vet when my shattered baik hath ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 January 1850

MICHIGAN The recent election in Michigan is a deci- ded triumph for the democracy. Mr. Littlc- john the defeated candidate for Governor was the nominee of both the Whig and Free Soil Convention' and avowed himsclfin fa- vor of the Wilmot Proviso and in opposition to tho doctrines of General Cass' Nicholson J..tPr Mr. Birr v. the Democratic candidate a-1 ... - t t towed himself in f.ivor of the piuicipio oiih.ui- ji.u.i .. i vw.ai ion .: i- u.iu.m. Non-intervention and advocatnl the .same policy in regard to the Sluveiy question as that avowed hv Gcncinl On The ron-c- nuini hns !m.'m that the W bir Munition and Wilrrml Proviso canduhif- his been (!c-' h is not hnouii houtliu treasute came there. 'l"'"' cpic-scd by the editor of the Gaello.- fcated by triwild- of'fcvc thousand vctes i i .... - ... Annexed l- a specimen of the poetic talent of Mr It is no d ubt rcmcmaere.l nv our iin.'er- j . ... that at the I-.-t session ol :!. Mif aian I ;- islalure. General Ci" was ib eto.l to tne U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 January 1850

-i j Lensivc that delay is the object of the motion. I mi C A F 0P -V ti. -fi.. i7 .. -m i. mi nn.tl The steamer McKim from New Orleans Gth 1819. . ... ; . ' . -. made her first trip to Sacramento City leav- Sir.ce my last the contested seat for Senn- os discovering such un intention and profess- '""g San Francisco on Friday ast (SGtli Octo- a lias iicen ; Q disp.ili..!. to sustain the rights oftho wr) " naii-pasi i .. ii-roug.. u.u po- EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Acstin Nov. Cth 1849. a "....H. A?nlnc?trn nn. l?inrrnrin ll! lor.lllilll unniiu ---i ..-.-.. mit a tliil' 'elcimincn hi Ittun-ot iir. lease. Judge ....t.s iiav;. hecn made bv several ecu t .-.- i . i... .i :..-..! .. cv .. - o Jones men poinioiuu to lie iicuiiiitru ;is ocu- temcn The weather still wears a summer mildness ctor frrm Gr.hos-tai under the original a p portitnn.ent of the Constitution in which County lie hud leceived a ninjniily ol the votes but was of course rejected because if ho were truly entitled to a scat ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 January 1850

THE MARRIAGE ALTAR. Judge Charlton in a recent eloquent ad- ii-fnc linfnlM llin Vnnnfr Mill's LlbllllV As - Kociation at Augusta. Georgia thus fetches the marriage scene. "1 have ill ami fur you many pictures of death; 111 tne uowsUitch lor vim abnel hut bright rcenc of he nuliful life. It is the mar- rltigo alter; a Invily female clothed in all the Ircshncsii of louth and sui passing beauty kalis upon the arm of him to whom she has iust riven mi huiself forever. Loo! in her eics ie gloomy phtlo.-oplieM ntid u-H ine if vcu date that theie is no happiness on eaitii. ".- .. ... .- .i.i .'.....: I....I. ;-ii inn ill!.! inr 1110 itkir i el in i.iii. .. iui.i. ..... ....... c ...v. - r impels tier Jo leave country aim puiems ir j ctmpr.inure strangt r. mil- lias i.iuiiniiu the frail Laik upon a v. ulo sti.imy has handciimei lnr happine. :.!i! tlooin hu this world to anothei .- Kn-piim- lu.t she has? eiio it iia:le-!y fur Ik: wIii-ju'in l.iliei that hrrchoKiu gtiaidiati and ju. lector hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 January 1850

ORTHERN STANDARD MWP't. TEEN I. CHARLES DE MORSE. I-OXC SHALL. OUR 11 OXER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR St. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7. T-O M AI1T. nV LtHLLV i'lLKKE. -Thou :t :hc brickies!- and I'uo law;' ' Tliou an afar ' the weary tntimcnts linger! Oh liou unlike the hours w uh thee 1 passed ; When Time u.th mocking ami relentless finger Ilurneil the glittering sands unto the list. The shadows gather tin the darkened dial. Onco in the splendor ol thr presence bright And niv heart heat v at the s-ul ispnl. Longs for ih loving smile thine cvo of light For tones whose eehois m niv hram are ringing For the ift iircs-pre of tin Land in mine 3'or the sweil angel words .lit inch banning Jo to tny soul from out the heat en ot thine. And a? these thronging mtinorics round mc thicken Mine eves arc filling with resistless tear My Wood grows w jrm. mi sluggish jiul quicken My life turns hack upon its buriLtl vcais. And thou ' upoi. the midnight of ihv sadness llreaks the clear li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 January 1850

r YS.1 i"3T33i; S a. right which outjhtto ho eiuiilly secured to all nations in payment of a reasonable toll to tha owner. "of the improvement who would doubtless be well contented with that compensation and the guaran- tees ol' the maratime States of the world in separate t real icyiegotiatcd with Mex- ico; binding her and them to protect those who should contract the work. Such guarantees would do more to secure the completion of the communication through the territory tf Mexico than any other reasonable consideration tint could lh 1 l i i offered and as Mexico hersclt woul the "Teatest 'miner bv tin oni-iiing of this I .? - .- I- . !..... If III...! communication wi'iwccn iiiu v.un .mi. mi.- Pacific Ojean it is presumed that sit. would not hesitate to yield her aid in llie. Ijola;ovy to the admission of California and manner proposed to accomplish an im-: New Mexico the people of each will havo provement so important to her own beat' instituted for tin instlvcs a republican fonn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 January 1850

' y.-Sg5rp o-rv !-8 - - . .-" se s were deemed sufficient to warrant his ar rest. Accordingly officers Clapp and Stark- weather were dispatched iu a private cariagc to the residence of Prof Webster in Oarn- b rige last evening and made the arrest as ab ove stated. This has been done although the part of the body found has nol been idea THE OVERLAND EMIGRANTS &c. The following extracts are from the letters of Mr. Durivagc to the N. O. Picayune: Monterey Oct. 17 1819. Emigrants from the United States are dai- ly coming in by the way of the Gila and all n.nl-t -.il.. P !. .Antn 'I'linv tfll mr that there "is a great scarcity of grass but .as. a portion of that of DrParkman. that they suffered very little from want of and " s a.lnaU" f considerable doubt if it water. On the Jornada between Tucson ca"be s identified. and the Gila which was as dry as a bone II " a'90 ata!cd a3 aa unusual fact tha du- when I crossed it there is now watci iu scv- rln" hc f'asl sx or I'S1'1. da3's firc l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 January 1850

t fSf -" "WJWv; sjf " sstt -y . v y J'-i.ift7'va; v .7 '. selves i acres i fc ". -filed i .. I jJ&IES TO Till FISPLl m TEXAS. The election' prescribed by the. State Constitution for a seat of Government for the nejet tv.-untv vsak-j being about to come on the undersigned proprie- - tor of the locality generally known as the. Tawak--'- anah Hill begs "leave to propose his place for the consideration of the People of the State and set before them its natural advantages and the induce- ments which he oilers for their selection of it as the Seat of the State Government. There are several hills known as theTawakanah hill but there is o:ie. at lite base of which the sub- scriber now lives which by general consent ha for a long period been recognised as a desirable lo- cality for a Town both on account of its extent of unbroken surface the springs upon :tnd around it the rock with which it abounds and its convenience to timber. The hill itself contains an area of some -four hundred acr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 January 1850

TUT1 MD ;v 1 XI Jj ii u RTHERN STANDARD -T'fS 1 CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SHALI. OUR. B.VXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. - VOL. 7. umiuiJiJg"1 it n m i: m 15 it a x c i: CLARKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY J ANUARY 2G 1850. S . JJ. Ji LLlHiTkJ5i: WIJ2J1KJS1MSJS2!!12'2 EV K. J. EVMI-S. ' i. T....1. .1... ..) .. ..:.. i .i ' poriiim of m Mirms-ume cloiv . ... . . "i uilii uigii- 1 - -"-' elevation slill descending but vet v hale rows tearlul as u zanders '....... Tt. .. .. i V ' Marnier. I hey again tried the vnhc hut J a'l stained ami lime-worn now Pminntnnol'ji .i ... . n- . ennui noi open it. and in inrir efliiita in ?i..- Th ticscuful is vam shed and returns nor"' Sht'Ir. I hive been looiving o'er the lines long written Those tender lines traced many v cars ago v lieu hopes invvasicu. piomise? iiiismiticn. Were the brig! My MiiAtn e pi Over the scrau Mv heart giovvsvvcaVa3 moernfully it ponders On the drcarv memories of lung ago. I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 January 1850

a tinl and ignorant statements of irresponsible letter-writers whoso pent tip sympathies never reached the. log cabin of the bodj frontier-man or those individuals who in motives oCgain look habitually on the bright side of the picture vhich is offered them by a portion of our State But the appeal is best made to the brave and hanly pioneers f-om Red River along the line of the Cross-timbers to the Trinity from tho Trinity to llie Brazos and thence continuously to Englc Pass on the Rio Giande. Trace the whole of the Rio Grande allcy where She it.ime of the "Cumanclie." is CVen now a sound of dread and alnrm. tin With 1110 then to ut uicau uuu mat iti. v ... - the beautiful counu r around Corpus Chridti. and San Patricio whose inhabitant-- have been for successive years equally tile vic- tims o'f ih'araiiding White-? Mexicans and Indians. There arc the resources to which we should go fdr illd procittcuienl of that intelligence Upon which you can safely base wise and judidods action a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 January 1850

rlK u-f-iAv" temperance whielfis solemnly binding tipen ever' cneofus. These aic facts veil knovvn without roygivirg them txmessirn but as my rosmo amenrst von. does. 1 think icquire that 1 should main srmc allusion in relation to our infant socicy - " . . . .!.... I avail myself of this pleasing orrorn.mvj-".. indeed I known. -cor oLseivationsare. .ci - ..' .. c.t;inn iniiiicsswn lo jour nsiuvc inipicssinn lo jour minds of the vrt arciuitiiibn of this cm present project i or bas it a tone slffcient io c-xcile jour . ... I ...w.n.. i nl.i itinnts Tim llliL iiuir.""" ...... .u ...w ..- w..i-. .. -- ... -.-- icciins so as to ii-ie xcu feel as if it were un- (Pnt j tjic niCmbeis which may in many dcr an equal sbarcil.g ol the effects of some i one jl!itancea ; ruturilj Ii;ad to many Very clifli- .S nd 1oba l0 tc"Ma l!?ZlZrCt to thcsocicty.thc Vice Prcs- 1111 UliL" " - - f 1 sl.ori oi cxpri Mill sxffu-e. thev slull hedrvott.1 to tncwliou-oiiic cause of tinipcmu-c. Ye- my friends wc haxc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 January 1850

p III! - LI m nuLm n ii i nrqn CHNrBRMfeMBflrro. T8 Till!! PEOPLE OF EWTTfMT The election prescribed 1 the State Constitution for a sent oi'GovonmuMit fur llic next n wr. rv vr. vt;? being about to come on. the tuiilersijriieil proprir- tor of the locnlitv oiu-r.illy Known n- the Tawalc- :mah Hills. bc'lc-ivc o propose hi- place far tlic- consideration ol" the People of tin? State and -et before them its !iattir.ilaiKai!tasrsan.l the induce- ments which he oilers for their selection of it a- the Seat of the State Co ei iiuient. There are scv er.il hilK known a ihe Tawakanah bills br.t there is. one. at the bae of Inch the sub- scriber now li.es. which by trenera! eon-ent lias for a lon peiiod been reoiriii.ed :is a desiiable lo- cality for a Town both on account of its extent of unbroken stirfaee. the springs upon and around it the rock with which it abounds and itseoiivetiicnce to Ihnhur. The hill it-self contains an ai ea of some four bundled acre all of which. ceepl a nerva- tion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 February 1850

V . ijij ran to..- ...wimi.u ' J-t"-' i-J J u. muu'KjvtmiK.n .ii-m u -mii. amx-UMujuBiniiinjjjiiMUHijumaa- a-'.- .--..-.-. LJ . .... . .ua CHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. 7. T II K p i: i: s s . srso at ti:l- it.intl!: s i-cst:vai. nc.vrov. Let monarcLs rove! while they may Ami drain lln-ir goblets bright; No hearts so free or gay as we On tlits our Tcit-1 night; We iiecJ no re;;al pageant hc:c. No tanners v.rcaihcd widi fame For brighter far. our trophiis arc. Our history anu our name. Earb Printer lives himself a K'ng A monarch in b.Ls might. Anil Throne ;nd Crown must topple ibiwn Wbett lie is in the right. And o'er thc world bis tanner wa-rs Wheio Freedom's sun:; or told. The Vrlntrd Vase the Truths of Age And gluriotis '--ans of old! Ilisli Immir to.tbc noble Art! I!y far lbe briphbM "rem Tharcwr threw its lustrous hue Frcm Freedom's diadem! K'cn a'.v it gleams the guiding star. Far distant o'er 'he v-itc "Where millions light to gain the right l)f i"isct!ns:; or a grave. Tl.rn 15r.tl.t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 February 1850

in- sdsra ietcs; i.wxsrsvr'2ia:s3r :.Vl-J'.-l-L'l--'-L'Wt. .LJT!;U. i- " .Mississippi between the mouth of the Ohio I would advise the passage of a law requir- fecssity of their being recommended accor and the mouth of Red River. Your memo-' ing all recognizances to bo made payable to ding to the provisions of the "act to detcc rialists believe thifif surveys cslabli-.h the the Stale. o fraudulent land certificate? Ssc. tical roads for ua eland lianspoifatiou of troops and munitions of war and enable tile Government to fulfill ilstieaty stipulation's with Mexico in regard to the defence of our frontier. It is believed ilia! Ihe Convention in this ask nothing that is not necessary and proper and wltliin the power of Con- toss; and that any delay in the execution must be ft aught with d uigor to the interest-! not only of the country embraced but of the whole Union. The innumerable roads that have been opciicd by the (J.iverii-naut in evnrr ncriod of its historv. thimi'h ibis tor- lit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 February 1850

"THE SUMMER IS ENfiED." The lime of Song and Fiowcrs has come and gone and (he gentle breezed of an ap- proaching Autumn arc heard singing o'er the withered beds of decaying flowers and through the branches of leafless ttees where ihe merry biid trilled frith its richest songs. The melody of bubbling brooks is di owned in the pas-sing winds the qi:ii t gentle glove has been stripped of its gicen loof; the hill and rind valley arc fast losing their summer love- liness and the leaf is scar and yellow. Since Inst our cheeks ucie funned with (lit; cooling uinds o!".uliiiiin what a ch;it'e ha come nVr the domestic hearths ofuiaiiy ofus! bo learned that theie wcie two men ennncet- What dear demcstir set ties l.ave been In oLcn fed with the establishment and one of them csur.ncr me neon s itnu jam now ui uic ilus-t nnd familiar f.ice.s been buiicd inr the odd olisfiuctiuii ol tlie toiiili! J lie sltaii" (IV case vum-i; intcii in uie uitl VVoild vva- Iliaihttl by giief and desolation was wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 February 1850

cms5:.i-r7T-vr?giBrT: t i. .'. &.n 'Vj&i SJJ-l1' ".. At the December Pom of the Jistrict court of Kaufman county Edward Dny (who was charged with having murdered his wife on the third of hist September). was tried and con- victed of murder in the first degree. An np- neal was taken to ths Supreme Court of the Mate in consequence 01 wn.cn mo I'"i-iut await the decision of the Supreme C uit Itus iriiiaiiuu ... .... ......... .-.. ....... ... JJ..l!csIe.cld: Frcm St. limh I nil'c T II E S T A T E OE D E S E It E T . Ccitnmlv one of iho most rcniniknble oc currences of the nr w!;ieh we ivo i the relllenicnt organization awl liuililmg i:p ol the Mormon State of Descret. Emir yen is a"o not a solitaiy white man had fixed his abode in thisSialo and now moic than sivty thousand people with a city n:id towns isiaiin- faetorici and all needful elements of ccmfoit and happiness arc collected and oiganizcd into u soverei'n Stale with a will-tudeicd con- stitution a ien!ar suslt-iii nf j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 February 1850

TEE NORTHERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE. LOXC SHALL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR." VOL. 7. CLARK S VI LLE RED III VER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1830 NO. 24. THE WANING MOON. BY VV ILLIAM C L'LLLN BUY VXT. I've watched too late ; the morn is near One look at Coil's hioad silent skv ; Oil hopes anil wishes vaudv dear How in our vcrv strength ve die ' l'ven while jour glow is on the check And scarce the high pursuit begun The heart grnr s faint the hand grows weak The task of life :s leli undone. See where upon the horizon's brim Lies the still cloud in glooaiv bars The waning moon all pale .tiul dim Sails up ar.ud llie eternal stars. Late in a Hood of tender light She Coiled through the ethereal blue A soltcr sun lint shone all night Upon the gathering I'ids of deu. And still thou watiest. pallid moon: The encroaching shadow grows apace ; ileal en' everlasting watches soo'i shall see tl ee blotted lroiu thj place. Oil Night's det...

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