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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 January 1848

" 8aBWIBl I MlBXk BXW BJII BJBIBII.B-,,,, - " pa, 1L iiii iij Ilia J. -XlilvlL it IN lllA ii lio . - i - " ' "prove all things; hold fIst'tiiat wnicn is good." . ' -,.''"''''"'.- ." V r ' . ,V VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; . weekly. itSrnom 8l''1, 4aor tal. TH l HOLLARS rE AN M M. IN ADVANCE. PAUb SEYMOUR, """" A Go Thf .NaJioua! Intelligencer of the 23d . J.icllent article on the U.tiou- coa- n ,, Pvvtr I intitt $lavi-i It regrels . .nd glares its column opeit to discission aan,uu . , . , r communication U from an aale source. I ,,'m considerate, and well fcrtiGed by le t ,uil.ori(ii- Will our Dailiw publu-h thi ..... I it not lime Uiat thin view of the f.wer le lustitate Mmrj Ti e rt article of the Constitution ide- tVes "ihat all 1 5'islative rx vers . herein g'an'fJ all be vested in a Congress cf the l ir'atlS'.aics" &e. This limits the legis- iiive aciion ol Uonress to uio subsequent lv enumerated powers. In the e'glit section of the fi tt article of i!,e Contuutioii it is declar...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 January 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VAL'CHASf, Esrma. F. CObBY, Awntn Cmw. LOUISVILLE: :.::::-.: : J AN. 15, 1S18. -Two Jw Move Im West yirglala. Th Wellsburgh Virginia Gazette, a spirited paper, say the people in West Virginia are im esraeet about emancipation. The ward U, "Slavery inuit b abolished Wt of th Blae Ridge!" Thit paper Bays: "True; and is it not time that the mora should bemad? Isitaot time that tha peopla of Western Virginia ahoald awakes to their inter aataT Mr. RufTner haa pat tha ball la- motion, and, with hi aasictaace, are hope to oea it roll oa and an, nnlil there U not a voice Wast af the Bine Ridge that will be raised la defence of alavery and its accompanying evils." Aye, It is time high time and if the press wil only speak oat "not a vote Weat af tha Bit a Ridge will be raised la defence of slavery,' and iu accompanying arils." Eaacauteaaa. ' Wa were glad to notice the motion of Mr. P'i.ct ia oar Legislature. Ha is a member af the Committee on Education ia tha House, and, w...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 January 1848

T77rl -ytem r M TKt' li0B TOO. ci" , ' and iM.rfrtd I L .1 l ,! , r.n.imrtitioB on the Erie ? ' would have bees gr-lly dc,d' and L .rble portion cl me ezpeiKiuur. reim Tbe rrwnig cort of th" l"eiure. m hire been discharged iu J't nd th. " i.ft in the enjoyment of revenue even it 8U,:lAd te. of toll., of no le. than $5, non -ruMBi- Instead of occupying thia BtWk2&-r""d B0W rlu,niD the Wey Canal, whirh til relinquished Ge,eV ,)lird of it bed been eeu.truct.sd. The .fter one-u .-.-.-dod when half com- " . t . i. - f i r i fui- Lh.n neark half of the cart of the i t,.d bren paid. a reaurie ineae DV after bavinf paid half nil'loa of dJ "''Mto contractore after having Itat oterpris w ,art the intereat on more thaa Uia.UWi,. a'lv!yP'Bd,d 'nd lnc,l,,:,"! ,DnM: ft! losaea from the waaU of material, and "rt i.tioa of uufinUlu-d worka and atrac- th,au .ar conaUtoenta, with creditable UW!imitV and enlightened urgency expect the -- :m u,-iinn the moat enerfclic ei- U ilt caul maJe, under cir...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 January 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. TV Land r gtreaaae. r miLUAM c. sit at. , . A mighty realm ia tlie Land of Dreamy With steeps that banc ia the twilight sky. And weltering oceans and trailiaf streams. That gleam where the daaky valleye lie. - Bat ever its shadowy border flow Sweet ray from the world of endleess ' morn, And the nearer mountains catch the flow, . And flowers ia the Bearer held are bora. The eoula of the happy dead repair, 'land. From their bowers ef light to that bordering And walk ia (he fainter glory there. With the souls of the living, hand in hand. One calm tweet smile ia that shadowy sphere, From eyes that open an earth no more One warning word from a voice coca dear . - ilow they rise ia the memory o'er aad o'er! Far off from thoae hills (hat thine with day, Aad field that bloom ia the heavenly (ales, The Land of Dreamt goes stretching away Te dimmer moaataiaa aad darker vales. There lie the chamber of guilty delight, There walk the tpectrea of guilty fear, A ad aoft, low voi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 January 1848

"prove all things; HOLD FAST TfcAT which is good." VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; " i. u root om. TEHMIi h..LL rE ANHH, IN APVANCK. PAUL SEYMOUR. " ' COMMUTsiCATIONr " flhu ) . 13. I Lave just been reading the Declaration of fiidependeroe, adopted July th, 1776, bv the American Congress. The illustri oii men composing lhat f ledged to th support of this immcrtal lastrument -tlieir lives, fortunes, and sacred honora. It is a remarkable production. The world contains but few, if any pieces of uninspj. ti composition that have been so much ad mired. It has bwii read to the American people from To until now. Not do thi;y . become tired of it-' There aie truths in it u-Lich stir their souls and f idle within them n enthusiastic love of tlw peat principle of libertv. Bat, should this Declaration of Indepen dence be read in all the States of ttis t'uiou? Are die doctrines which it teaches believed in all the State! Are it prim:i plr practically carried into execution? Let js see- It is here said,...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 January 1848

THE EXAMINER. 1. C. V ACCRA N, Emtm. F. COt-BY, Amrm Ebitob. LOUISVILLE:: ::JAX. 22, 1SS. The Talag A lai ryer of eminence and a lave-holder ay: "To your propositions, legalizing the mania iree of color! persons, end forbidding the Septra lion of families, 1 have oe objections U make; I think they are right, and, independent of nil questions about slavery, ought to be carried out." And such, we venture to say, is the opinion of nine out of every ten slave-holders. Nobody can deny the justice of these propositions. None ran doubt the food which most result to mas ter and man if they are adopted. Why not. then, urge the Legislature le act on the subject Why cannot the Church speak out beret We bepe these propositions will be brought before ur legislature and that slave-holders there will be ihtjirst to support them.' TfcsTfclaa be L'liHtt And that is, to get people to speak out, sot others thoughts, but their own, on the subject of slavery. Is it right? Nobody says so here a bo at. Do...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 January 1848

Wa'Por, r. a. . head off." France, havine; expels the Jea nits.canaot ht a word! .Audio Au.trl. aod n ... IW niav safely aaswer, the lwias I .. - j Catholic Canton, both enlightened and i-n. will tale cere of theroeelve ! An En (lien Journal mt : possibly it way turn out that the Confeieuce -ill be unexpectedly provkled with eoroelhui; " ao.riainr outof the relatione of lSeufottatel with the Confederation. The King of- PrBssia :. ..ricrn orince of that canton, which was, w -w.r in 1 HIS. admitted a member of the Con federation, ou condition that the dutiee annexed thereto ahall excluaively concern iu own gev .rnment. Neafchatel refueed iU coutinjeiit to tbe Diet on the breaking out of the civil war, .i.tMl ita nutrality. and, cn the de feat of the Soaderbund, put itself under the protection of the King of J'ruaaia, wno nes lormeny aiguinec that the armed interference of the Diet will he regarded by him aa a catma rui. i uo majority f the Diet ehow ymptomi of a determination te Uke p...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 January 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. ! The Tvra Hirer. I ova thou fioweat fair and free, Broad Hirer.' pleasant River! To whet thy sandy eeUets bo, To rocky clcfu and thundering sea From where, far past yea headland (Teen Willi ait thy flashing mile between, Dark, light, those ax lire streaks are Been, Hill beautiful forever! I ora thoo art a noble sight! The sua and cloads of bearen Do make the inany-hoed and bright; Oars flaah, sail fleam, a ruddy light Tinges thy ripples from the blare Where wide and high the eon's last rays, With fiery glow and gorgeous hate, Prelude the purple even. Bat evermore upon thy brink Broad water, sweeping cheerly! Mine eyes are dim, tniue eyelids siak, 1 look within, and think and think, Till I behold the brook I know, 'Mid freeb-bloomed orchards hear it flow Through all the waya that long age 1 loTed I lore -so dearly! I walk within the woody place; The narrow pathways darken The daylight failelh aa I pace, The twilight sigheth in my face, The moonlight emileth sudden...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 January 1848

onyavayaaB- nnwBBBBBMnnBWawawaya- - : VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; rvWIsnt Weekly. Jenerse. St., Mil door bal en UN Hi VMW TBBnii TWO DOLL AM f EE ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR, COMMUNICATION. t was argued in my last, that ibe author of the Declaration ol ludep;ndence believ. eJ that "all mea are creaud equal," and that this belief accounts aiiiisfactorily foi the part they acted in our revolutionary druggie. It prompted them to say, the God of Heaven has made us fre-5, and we will be free. If it be uue that "all men are created equal," they must have equal rights; ud the doctrine of equal right comes into direct collision with slavery. The system of slavery assumes it as a fact that some men possess superior rights, and that these rights are ao extraordinary as to justify them in subjecting other men to !xndage. But to be more specific: It assumes that the At rican race does not stand on an .equality with other races that it is unmeasureably inferior and is not entitled to the blessin...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 January 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VAI'GriAV. iT..a. F. COSBY, Aauar&VT EetTea LOUISVILLE: ::::::: ::JAN. 29, 1818. Te r tses. W earnestly uk thoee of oar friend who bare not paid, to end u their ubcrlption, and to do all they caa to extend our circulation. Wo really need help. We euggeet to tbooe who bare not paid on the first year, to enclose the amount due, and if they are able or witling, the coming year'e aubseription. Ta sweatees: t'sloay. The Island of St Bartholomew (a free ! Slavery waa abolished there forever on the 9th day of October, 147. The act was official ly the act of the king of Sweden. Bat slave owner, by their " efficient teal" haatened it on, and by their " readme" to adopt the proper meaaurea, gave to it eutire success. The royal proclamation, anderthe aboredate, and In lite name of Oeear, King of Sweden : "Ordain and decree, that all bondage and larery aha!! forerer henceforth ceaae to exiat, and to be tolerated in thi llnd of St. Bartholo mew and dependencie, which ia h...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 January 1848

of Darmaladt has determiaed to Til , i. .11 laws preventing tne jean f ? o. rt in .lUa -U. How freedom u fu P . iiow the fitter. are falling ou alt profr- ' f l0nr when all, of every eioes. . . . . ...j l .nv. toft, that liberty M, ha M'rff',nu Bt : re..o.reli5....th! i l f' ,i,t,e daDr n of her i'1'011, J " Konan Council disco seed, a. iU first , oa whether the debate. should be publie 1 uT" iD llirn,!l,ive-A'r 20 nnto the well-known Roman Pa !T .".carded th. wall, of the Eternal City the following proteetation : I neelo Brunetti, better known as C icero v, ' fiud it neoeeaary to auuounce, that I e o connexion with place-beggars, and ean " ," aitustious for ueedy persons. 1 am ,!,!e mn. earning my bread for my family t aw" in!itry- I do not frequent ante "vt or the hall, of great people. t i. v'knoVa to n.e, that people are going about t.acnioufybyw.yof tribute to u.e,a. a .he eurbl te be supported at Uie public ex- These "n tre impostors, and traflic ou ereuulitv. Mvonly wish is t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 January 1848

The following DMinfi from the Freeident, whick waa received ia the Hoaee of Represents lives o the 13th instant, caused a wrra de bate, and excited coaaiderabia feeling: T tki ease Repretmtmii9t tin VniUd Sties: I have carefully considered the Resolation or the Hoaee of Representatives of ibe 4th ioat , requesting tbe Proaidenl t communicate any taairecU.ns which may hare bee a giv.a to any f theofficere of the Army or Navy of tbe I'm tod Stales, or other persons, ia regard to the re turn of President Gen. Lapeido Santa Aana, raay ottier Mexicaa to Uo Republic of Mexi co, prior or eubsequent to the order of tbe Pres ident or Secretary of War, issued in January, 1646, for Uia march of the army from the fine cea acroea the stupendous deserts which inter Teoe the Kio Grande; that the datea of all such instrecuous, ordera and corieapondence bo aet forth; together with the instructions and orders iaaoed to Mr. Slidell at aay time prior or subsequent to bia departure for Meiico aa Mia iet...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 February 1848

-LL LJi. 1LJ JMi ; VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; '; IV MV " L. ijd ftfllrs. .,t tan rES ANS'CM. IN ADVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR. . axu SMavery laalastrv, Let m ' f lamine the kneels oi Slavery on Lad' nsid.wed mnif 1 ;t is the business of sla and de- aves. in EfrtJ Siau. the majority work with U,eir hand, counting it unnatural business or a man not a reproaoi, vm "u '6' Thin, in Boston the richest city oi :a population in Axerica, and perhaps in L J,A out of 19.037 private families (be world out 145 there were 15,744 who kept no in serv oue ... ,n(t onlV I.UOj who nau mure man . . i i i j i assent to perlorni weir nouseaoia la- " r .1 L L.IJ I- lor. Ia the South, ine uee man suuns ia- . dave country, every ireeman jHstocrat." and of tours labor is avoid- bv such. Where work is di3graceful. Bfii of spirit will not submit to it. fco the h eh minded but independent free men are J;,:n,.al!v eetiinz worse ofl, or else ami ..inroutoi the slave Slates, into trie new ne S:ate. not as the enterprising ad...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 February 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C TAI'CHAK, Enrol. r. cosy, amtait emtmu LOUISVILLE: ::FEB. 5, 1643. South Carolina has lea than twsaty person to the square milei and her ciUzeno are. leaving bar genial climaU and rich aoil by thousand! Massachusetts, with a atril land, and a hard climate, Laa vr a hundred to tha squara tnila, aad tha ralu of land ia riing in all part f u: aTaltwwel Kxpllcllt The Charleston Mereury, as quoted by the Era, declared ia ita editorial of Pee. Slst as fell "Horn we do net ak or dtiaire that tha Coo gre cf the United tMte eliali establish slavery ia My new terri.ery: that ileaeaet do. A N4 Hlaa Everyman who ia for f re dicuioa and who ia not? must rejoice to observe net only, that slavery is becoming a general topi f da bale auJ conversation but that it iadiocoaaod w i;b more caliunraa and thoroughness on ail die. One in:aac wegiv in to-day'a paper, in Mr. Clay' able aud eloquent Colonization apeeeh. Not a harsh word ia to bo found ia it! Not atiuele thoueht unkindly exp...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 February 1848

jMtlM. Hw freqaeotly w,rd to ! How lit- t) it i unuersiewu Yet, fuT whit are government eubliahed, but tbi ,hin T ur bUU f riliU ur cB,titulions our laws all ur official acU ,uini. r profes to Uud, on thla bssi. An r.r,li writer ssys: ... ;i vernmnU exlt imuo.lv, we might al- m-t av exclusivsly, forth administration of - 1. .,Kl Ink. .,.r.h.lU..IW. .,,(.. 1 lie art-,w "".'- 1 J ,,. .jefeuuer ef svery individual righU. Their 'nit most wauled where trespass is most . fl wesk, th powrleas, thy whose Irs whatever they may be, lie nitl cl osed cepredalion by every iuconsk.-rate ' I,, ti havs no private UMM of uro- tion. no opportunity for making their voice , ri B gociai influence, bob of the aptliu- era of moral force which may if brought tu u-ar cf.- tb lha nn who a0 a " cf justice and, .. these, too, arc the .,. aham Goveraiueute, aa they axial, almost invariably loave to right theinaelvee it taey can. Much of th evil may originate to that parti fleriiUliou which, Uke the atreara from...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 February 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. ar WIlXJi C. MTAHT. In yonder mill I rested. And Mt me dow te look Upon the wheel's quick glimmer, Aac the flowing brook. Ai la dream before me. The saw, wilh restless play, Wu cleaving through a fir-tree lu long and steady way. The tree through all IU fibres ' With living motion alirred. And, la a dirge-like m or mar, Tbeee soUmn word I hoard Ob, thoa who waadereet hither, A timely f ueel thoa art! For lbe ihia cruel engine I passing through my heart. , When eoea, ta earth's etill bosom, Thy hear of reet begin, Tbie wood shall form the chamber Wbm walla ahall cloea tbee la. Fear plank -I aaw and almddered Dropped la that busy mill ; Then, aa I tried te answer. At ouce the wheel wae atlU. Wo (ire another of ear f real countryman's lectures ea -BiprMfiltUrt Men." The eri giaality, vigor, aad brilliancy with which thia, red every subject which he touches, ia treated, will coiniueud it even to Lhooe who may dissent from hi conclusions: 9lr. EamMa't I .mare at the gla...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 February 1848

1 U TROVE ALLi THINGS j HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD. TJLUME I. LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1848. THE EXAMINER; .. ivaaklr. 8l- aHr ,,Bi " i it rest oinrt. TWO pol.l.AM TKR AMM. IN ADVANCE. PAlJL SEYMOUR. i iw government U in want of money. The time of nd is already arrived; the It Is but right that Northern mn should be hear! in rxprewing thMr views of the politi cal eueci oi invert.and it la rirtl..t r tlM fouth pliould consider nhain. It I. ..... euough for any of us to guy, ihoV or 'uon sniwe" te thin or that areruiiier.t: hut ). .n;. bl men sjieak ;iJ srx-ak strongly, too'.iu one see lion the seusille men of another !tion should note well what they say.' The following con denied view of the political ehVt of slavery upon tlie isortli, by a Northern man of great power, should te reud, therefore, by all of us 'by the Constitution of me United - J.ni nrovision is to be made lor it i -. upiwiionmeni oi representa of tlie moat urgent of the dav, yet it is l!v- 8 ' Congie...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 February 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C. TACGRAX. Eorroa. F. COfBY, AauTin Emtm. LOUISVILLE: :FEB. 12, ISiS. Ma far Awtfi It to said, there U a good deal ef antl-alavery feeling ia Texaa, aad that lien. Houston had to respect it to retain his present position. We doubt the letter assertioa ; the format we auppoae to Im Irna. Non-slaveholders in Ar kansas, aa wall aa Texaa, ara hoatila to tlia in atitatioa, and, a majority would mora against it. If they knew their strength ar had a Wader. Aa old friend of ara, aad a aative of South Carolina, write ta aa from this State : 'I are by a Mobile paper which brother eent we that yoa are for amaacipation, aa I am, and 1 hope yoa will aaceeed, aa I believe it weald be for God's glory, aad roaa's welfare, to nave il Col. I' . aad J. -M , or Uancas- Ur, Utiak wo will ret abut af it and if wa ran Arkanaaa will be a rreat State far it ia abun dant ia fertile aoil aad grata laada, aad iron, which will be of no accoaat while slavery holds a." Aad what State ia there, w...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 February 1848

i.a News. t r..mrc ! Wood ,hed Mi" ? -re.-. th..e.uCh.our.r: S "l" Wi... bare be.nl of th. Tea far- iL,. Bar. nd b.v. determined to b.v. V ,B "T,. ' amount- Tobacco i. great f revenue te tb. Government in Milan; 7 rh-k and American had hi cigar fUld out vt k .Uth- Thereupon money " . ,.,,-Btte tbe eoldiers, who next 4y p t.ra bow cimrs, wlurlt you u!Uisr. yea ok. to-morrow (.1.1 of January) ia the niii.t ,u him rni uo iuoiii. W"unJof ineiBfromH) to 200 strong pa- .l-out, puffini cigars, when the people ... lh! .oldiery, the latter, heated with V.i them, and killed and wounded T!!h.adreii a.d fifty. M. Maganani, aged sixty LoreJ by til. ll0t d,,!lJ hile ,r'l"f t0 " .wece. Atri th. abjuration of tobacco may lead to seri- :. ...ut The Pot toe on bravely . The Pope goes on KOMI t 1"'w ;.h hit reform. He U the centre, round which .k. Italian art willing to rally k.m ti is ouiet. The Liverpool Timea nays, -a friead writ ut word, thing are reported to occurred here which have never happeue...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 February 1848

L1TEKAHY EXAMINER. 1 be Artiua. T WILLIAM D. GALLACHEK. The day b put lh quiet night Toward it mldhoar weareth oa ; Hi work-shop hai been cloved for hoars A good day's labor dona. The toil is bard that brings kirn bread ; And eometiirjee ho bath acant supply ; When droop a whit hi manly bead, And glisteus liia full rye. Vet from th trial shrink he not ; For he but youth, and strength, and will ; And though bis toil is ill repaid. liend daily to it still, lis sometimes murmurs, but bis pride Checks each expression at its birth, That blessings to bis class denied Surround the drones of earth. lie passes room, and noon, and night. The h Pines of luxury aud wealth ; And glance at their gilded ease His eye will take by stealth. And shadows gather oa bis face. At times but instantly depart II feels sach weakness a disgrace Both to bis head aud heart. His calling sometimes takes him where Wealth, worth, grace, beauty, ail unite ; And lovely tones arrest bis ear. And lovely looks his sight;...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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