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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 April 1865

" h?% *W? ~ -Tri, - "'. " . ... ? OpPridAy Morning, April 28, 1866. The Lut Ramon. One report elong the etreoi yesterday, WM to the effect that Gen. Johnston had followed* Lee's example, and made a surrender of his array. "T/o hare been able to tra ce this rumor lo no definite source. Wo believe it ta ha qalte groan di eeiC Another report is that a heavy sea . engagement has certainly taken place off the pert of Georgetown; that heavy eannoaading for some hoare has been heard; that the debris of battered halls and the eon tents of a navy have floated np, with th? tide, into Wioyaw and other eontigaoua baya and rivara; and that among -the debris wer? ?asas ?sd boxes marked "Fortress Monroe." This is all, having any seeming reference to the pre? vious reports of Fr?s?h conflict with th?, Tsnkees. In respect to the trace sad tho i e pcrrted resumption of the war, we are told that Utters hara been received in this city,.which stats that a conference has been had between tho Yanko? Gener...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 April 1865

The offk? of tb? ; IM?mota^Thvmx is OD Gates street, second door from Plain.^ Wa are indebted to Cot A. F. Rodler ?nd J. E. Meister, Esq., for Augusta papara of th? 25ih and the 26th. In thean (fnO "mail times," such, favors are highly appreciated. TBS Car m "STILL THKT COME!"-Another lo rely bonqnet of roses, this morning, for the editorial olfactories. This time, brought us by ene ef tho masculine gender. Still, we do not doubt, from the variety ?ad freshness ef the flowers, that they were gathered by fair hands, aud bore with them th? benison of ?em? fair damsel. Blessing* opea, h?r bright eyes and loving heart. And here is the "Soldier's Comfort,0 in? an? other packet, fer the editorial department, the davor of which proves the friend sending it to be not simply a lawyer, but a judge. He may come to a recognition of his rights to a seat open the bench, In -the course of legislativ? events. So mot? : it be, and we trust be will duly prepare himself for it. He has so provided us t...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 28 April 1865

TBE COLUMBIA PHONlxT V,. ? ? m ' . ? i j .???"? . i !? P * ' '{Original. . Soon?:-Faith. * I sae nat, yet I hope] Why sliontd t hop?! And why not hope? 'Tworo surely quit? as wis? To yield the Morrow to despair as now. To-day, with that grim apeetra form tq cop?; Wrsstlinj with struggle adverse to oar skies! But wait a day, and ihe black curtain* ope; ' The cool bpeez? freshens sweetly reued the i brow; The fever goes; alie pulse subsides; wo dream, And fanciesagather to our aid! Wo eoe, Ever through Ute vast of vacancy, a gleam, That cheers us, thoogh it may not sot us free. W? hardly yal??-Hops that bids us liv?; Tet Hope? th? ?hil?! of Faith, ?ad Faith makes thrive s Each heart of longing, load in parity. ?s i m* Sfnria, th? MOM of OounsoL VIII, TRUTH AND J?DOMSMT. - Shakespeare says, (see the motto of th? 'Let.cur Just censar*, attend the tra? ?rent.' Obey this direction, and you hare, per-' haps, the very beat principies oipoa which a food model newspaper should be con? ducted....

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 29 April 1865

?"? i 1 ^ g- 5.-S5?T= . - ?- - '-"k ? , Dfafly Paper $20 a Month. J "Let our just -censure ? Trf-Weekiy $IO a Month. Payable ki Advance. J , . Attend the true event"-SAaAipiare. ( Payable in Advance. BY J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 29,1866. VOL. 1.-NQ, 27. THE COLUMBIA PHON1X IB rnUIRIS PAILT AKD TE? - V? F.IK LY, BY J UL J A A. SELBY The Daily is issued every moraine, exerpt Rrmday, ai $20 a month. Tri"Weekly, Tuesday, Thnisday and Saturday, at $10 a month, inva? riably m advance. Single copi?e $1. Advertisements inserted at $6 per square (ten lines) for each insertion. I JUST EECEIVED 4BLACK fi gored Muslin DRESSES, a supe? rior article. r r -. ALSO, 2 kegs SODA, s> bbl?, fine CORN WHISKEY. 400 lbs. TALLOW. april ti 4 _H. SOBOMON. d*U0t Heoeixr ed| AND WILL BX SOLD FOR ? OOIFED?BiTE MCKEY, THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES: UTTER, , MOLASSES, BACON, LARD. * FLOUR, SUGAR, - -> COFFEE, MATCHES. . CANDLES, - COTTON CARDS, VINEGAR, CASI ILK SOAP, * BROWN SHIRTING, HOOP SKI...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 29 April 1865

irru? T rn riv * gj jgH Morning;, April 30, 106i. PJ?B Tanken War with the French. "Whatever may be she truth in the. rumor ai respects the supposed warljke relations of France ead the United'States, there is strong reasons for believing that the enrolling officers of the United State* army are making strenu? ous efforts to persuade our paroled prisoners to join them in "a war against the Fran ch.'' This ? ia the. phrase srriong them, and. tho bounty, offered is not only ic gold, bat very high-a? much as $160 to a man. This is tho report of nnmerons paroled or disbanded SOUUJ* if th? eenfiict with tho Confederate States be closed by treaty, then we have ab question bat that the United States'Government will sask to em. ploy their veterans in support of%the Mexican Republic, -against Maximilian;' Wd; however moah the Mexicans * may" loathe the alliance, with a people whom they religiously hate and with good, reason-they will yet, in their extreme need, be very glad to welcome the aae...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 29 April 1865

Local Items. " ' ' | Th? office of th? Ct??mbia Phoenix ii ou ! Gates street, second door from Plain. .! 1 BEAUTIFUL BOUQUBT.- Columbia, before the Are, was emphatically th? city^ of flowers. Her gardens gave to her streets th? aspects of thc orient. Uer soil was especially adapted to their cultivation. And now, when, as if hold? ing forth a promisa from the ruins, encouraging to hope, every bush is crowded as with a glory? every stem ss with a jewel, and with a thou Kind varieties of gems shining through a glossy mid velvety totting of green, one almost forgets that, there "s sorrow in the land. Thanks to thc fair ladies who, ia the beautiful bouquet sent us yesterday, carry na back to aweet memories of a home, very precious in its aweet; and thus make us forgetful- of al) eave that God sends aa bloom and beauty through such bands an add largely to the blessing ia the gift, and take from thought all tho thorne of sorrow. . F!xora Richmond. . . We take tho following selection* from ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 29 April 1865

m Tiffin" rn i M ?n ' ti i fr -II - THE COLUMBIA PHONIX. TT Ti .** , , sass ? .? '? - ? -7 {"Original.] .To -$ Kilt)M A nO?l'ITAL TEST, , V ?. (Thou Jost not coma.to chafe my brew. Nor k no west thon-of ray aaguieh now- - Tho keen deep wound, th? dread nar eat, "Sharp pain and moro thoa mortal thins; The longing? rain,-that tear.th? breast, And all that agony acsurst, That, from* the dream of home.and thee, Awakes to bid my raptores floe; IStso w>nld'st-tho.u, still most Joed, forsake Th? joys of home, whate'sr they be, And all my lonely hours partake, And share the gloom and pain with me. It. Thu sweet conviction strengthens hop?, XVsth dohlit, and pain, and gloom, to cope; Fur well 1 kn<*w thy loving breast Would sleep not, did it dream that mine, Kow felt lifers, throb without its rest, Still doom'd in lousliness to pine; Thou'd'st fly to soothe its care with thine-r To chafe thc burning brow, and weare arm? about the neck of care, Too bleat, where on? perforce must grieve,...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 May 1865

j#jfc ? ?asa -i- , ? .? ???? I Dilly Paper $20 a Month. 1 "Let enr just censure t Tri-Weekly $10 a Meath. Payable In Advance. f Attend the true event."-Shal$ptare. \ Payable in Advance. By J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., MONDAY, MAY 1,1866. VOL. L-90. 28. THE COLUMBIA PHONIX I? rOBUaSSO DAILY ABD TU-WEEKLY, BT JULIAN A. SELBY. The Daily is issued every morning, except Snfl?ay, at $ 20 a man th. Tri - Week ly, Tu eed ay, Thursday and Saturday, at #10 a month, inva? riably rn advance. Single copies Jil. Advertisements inserted at $C per square (ten Kn?s) for each insertion. . QBjBjBjajtB^HSjes^sjB^s^ssga^ssgsgsss^^^s Headquarters. COLUMBIA, S. C., Aram 8, 186?. CIRCULAR. ALL Officers on Pest Duty at this place will raak? a report to these Headquarters of all men attached to their respective departments, who sro entitled to draw rations at this post. AU prariaion returns must be made ont at the departments and approved at these Headquar? ters. By order A. P. RUDLER, Col. Com Mg. W. J. Hi...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 May 1865

Monday Morning-, May 1* 1865. Rumors Of Peace. Th? rumor of peace continues. Vc Lear of ike disbandment of the a?rerai annie?. The public mind appears to hare settled down into tb*- conviction that peace is at hand. Upon ?what basis, no ene knows; but there are a thou ?and conjectures. It is no longer a matter ol doubt or argument, however, whether wc shall, er ought to be, satisfied with- the conditions mada-whether these conditions imply oui recognition or not-whether there arc to I? any securities for property or State sovereignly * -whether, in short, the States nre to hare un \ thing left to theml Such ?s the general demo? ralisation, that a large number ecem disposer to welcome peace on any terms. There is no policy in ?eli daception. Wi . uunot shut our eyes to the fact that our p?opl> ara in the most melancholy state of exhaustion* They have bee*h ?verhorne by numbera. Host have prevailed against will, and courage, am Oelt-sacrifice; and, as it would scorn, the gout) antu...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 May 1865

Local Items. "VTe nre indebted to Mr. Hargrave for copies oj the New York Herald ?nd Tiihes, of the 15tb April. Thea*re?, operas, concerts, lectures and a variety of hard-named exhibitions are in foll blast in that city. The papers are on file at this office for the inspection of the curious. Wc learn that a party of young ladies and gentlemen, returning from a pic nic OB Saturday evening, came near having a very carious acci? dent, from the upsetting of their wagon on the hill near Fisher's Pond: As it happened to be a soft ?pot. the extent of the damage was the rather budden extraction of a tooth or two, -light bruises and scratches, and a general dis .oention of hoop skirts: Drivers should be extra ?areful, when they have such valuable loads on ?'oard. * ... MAT DAT.-We could wish that better aus? pices had ushered in our May day, if only that thc hearts of the children might be gladdened. The shrubs are putting forth their scents, it is MU ; the trees are garbing themselves in t...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 1 May 1865

THE COLUMBIA PHON1X\| l'Original.] Ah! Taming O'er tho Classic Pag*. i. Ab I turning o'er tbe classic page, Th? unbidden tear will start, Sinee, musing o'er the heroic age, We loee the h er o? o heart! That heart which ever beat with glory's tide, go fisarlees, fond sed fr??; That knew no prouder hope, no dearer pride, Than when, triumphing as it died, It proved its generous truth and matchless loyalty. nc The.Boul at glory's ?all which sprung, The lova whose generous youth, On beauty's slightest accents bung, And yielded truth for truth. Ohl for such soul in these degenerate days, Fer valor such pnre flame; * While battling to the last, in beauty's gase, Implored no blessing belter than her praise, And deem'd her smile the very light of fama rix. And it ia fame! Hearts cherish iong. Wherever feeling weeps the brave: And valor lives in beauty's song, And constant faith survivss^? grave. Still' o'er the page that tells of hero deeds, The fond heart lingers yat; Glows with its triumph...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 2 May 1865

.. ^rt*^-*~ ' 1 1 I , -- ? . ? j . j - - JT ??fly Paper $20 ? Month. ^ "Let our juet cen?ure 1 Tri-Weehly $10 a Month. Payable tn Advance. ? Attend the true event"-BkeJttpeare. . j Payable in Advance. ^^^^^^^^_^ ? ^ ^ _e> ^ ^ _;_ ? Bjr J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., TUESDAY, MAY 2,1865. VOL; 1.-N0. 29. THE'COLUMBIA PHON1X If roBLMDsn r>AU.7 ?Kt> Tn-\7>:rKLY, MT JULIAN A. SS h B Y Tho Daily ?? iw?w?-d ..?ery Trorni.Dtr, except Sandor, mt a month. Tri" Weekly, Tu?*d?ey. Thareaay aril smuid?v, AI *U? R monti), m\a ri ably ia gdvHuce. Sin?le eopi.es $1. Advertis<'tu?'m^ insert, d at $6 p*t square (ter> Ucee) for each inpart ?otu Ranaway, FROM tie f.u?.rcr;Ui-, r MAH, 1th WIVE. with tw? CHU I>KKK. Il e mai ia ?lient 3v*r ft.l high-J he von an fix; th latter tuny . -? li? ?i. I \ a seald or M-ki-d pla? 'octile L*Vd. Ot Ile clitidtci., the elli tat ?a r boy cf little cito tlior tv? Y<?*r?; the other ?. girl, i> littW mi-re ti ru ene. The o -mplexioi. of the ncaa M...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 2 May 1865

" i i ! ir i ir i rr nj_? ag OOXiUlcBIA. . ? - ? - Tueaday Morning, May 2, 1866. j Letter of Sherman. "Wc give in another column a letter from Gen. Sherman, which ie taken from a New York paper. It it addressed to a lady, hy birth a Booth Carolinian, and in reply te on? of hera, which doea not appear in print, hire. Ann:. Gilman Bowen ia a daughter of the Kev Samuel Gilman, formerly pastor of the Unita? rian Church ia Charleston, and of Mrs. El 17.? Gilman, well known by her educational an other writings. Dr. Gilman was also a we? known and esteemed man of letter?, who hs it ft Several interesting volumes of lirerar remains. They were both from Mns>achuse+! but bad become identified, through a long Iii. with the South and its institutions. They lc none bot daughters, and lall of these ar? high! accomplished and intellectual. Caroline is Well known and popular writer. Har "Verne Grove" acquired for her eon si der aide repu ti tioo among ItlUrhttora readers. She bas bc twice marrie...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 2 May 1865

Xiooal Xtepoajs. Tko office of tkft Columbi* Pheenix is on G?Ws street, seooue ?loor from Plain. p Th? Southern Express Company gave as n proof that it can make fast tinte,'in bringing us an Augusta CoitstitutioM.*! ist, of Sunday last. This may betrnad nt our office. ? We beg te confess our acknowledgments to .ur fellow citizen, Mr. W. T. vaulter, for certain valiable services rendered_to us in a aeighber ing district. We need not be more particular, ia rnnkmg this our public acknowledgment of a private kindness. PUBLIC M?ETINO -".We have been requested to invite a meeting of-the citizens ef Oalumbia, this day, at 10 o'clock, at the Ration House op posit? Dr. Geiger's elfie?, to take steps toward? an organisation for tke protection of the peo? ple from, the outrag?? ot* riafcoas and lawless ?en. AU good citizens ara earnestly invited to be present. TJHA.BLB3TOIT Co nais?.-W? are Jadabtad to the kindness of Mr. Henry T. Peake, loper in - tendent of the Soerfh Qarolirja Railroad, for...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 2 May 1865

THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX. [Original. . Oil! Star Of those vb.'* Love. (".i'.l ?tar of those who love, O: loving moon, "line ?OOH, riee soon, rise soon; \nd tell my lady, watching from her home, * il como, I ooute. I o?#rne: With such a win j of fondness, such a speed, . Ai lover* only use and lovers need! 1 w ill not wak thc slowly lapsiug hours, Tv 6cck her bowers, Mal wiLl be with her ere thy brow make? bright The duiky brow of night; She wrH be watching from her porch, whose v i o. os, Th" happy cinctured and embracing twines, M;:kc J? e>vccl shade ipr two, Who need no more. To teach thc h sson sweetest in love's lora, t hat we are thralls #f love, and find his thrall Thc best of all, tho very best of all, Knowing no bliss beyond Our bond; No joy above 0 or love; No blis< But this, thia, this! Speed as thou rnay'st, O, loving m OOO, but know She looks for rae, in looking for thy glow; Though watching for thy coming, 'tia for me, Not thee, not thee, not thee. Thou, as the bearer...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 3 May 1865

Dally Paper $40 a Month. ) "Let oar jest censure ( Tri-Weekly $30 a Month. Payable in Advene e. \ Attend tbe tra? event."-Shakspetre. ' \ Payable in Advance. By J. A. SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., WEB9BKDAY, MAY 3,1865. VOL. L-NO. 30. THE COLUMBIA PHON1X IB POBtUHED SAI LT A?D TEI-Wl? KLY, B Y JULIAN A. SELBY.; The Daily ia issued every rr. oi n inp, except Sunday, at ?40 a month. Tri-TV eek ly, Tueeday, Tnareday and Saturday, at *20 a month, inva? riably m advance- Single copies $2. Advertisement' isertrd nt $10 per square (ten lines) for eac' insertion. / Richmond. The Richmond Whig publishes the fol lowing details of the evacuation: TH? CITT OK F?BE. The evacuation of Richmond commenced j in earnest Sunday night, and closed st d?y- I light on Monday morning with n tciri?t conflagration, which was kindled by the Confederate authorities wantonly and reck? lessly applying lite torch to Shockoe w: < house end other bvttdlngs in which was stored a large quantity of tobacco. The fire spre...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 3 May 1865

.fully ?rad fiutkfidly complied with. Th? Whig will, therefor?, he issued hereafter as a Unies paper. The sentiments of attachment to our "whole country," which formerly characterized it as a journal, will again find expression in ile columns, and whatever influence it may have tor thc r-*)toration of the national authority will he exerted. Tb? following ia copied from tho Richmond Whig, of 6th April: For a month past, the Confederates have boen evacuating the. city witb all the speed ansi means they could command; bot somehow tho people refused to believe that the removal meant evacuation, and.all declared that the measures were only precautionary. Mutters went on in this manner netti last 8us*iay-the Coatfcderct.se hurrying away every speeics of property, the people blindly refusing to believe .that Ihe city was to be given np, and clinging to their Confederate shin plasters cs if they were things of worth. Sunday morning, General Lee telegraphed to Dav?, giving an account of the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 3 May 1865

The ofti?e of tb? O+lrmbia Pheenix ia Oil Gritos street, seooni door from Plain. His Excellency Governor Magrath arrived in thia city yesterday, and took quarters at the Shiver Home. The magazine, sitar ted. ajear the -river, con? taining about ten thousand pounds "of powder, exploded yesterday eveniog. As far as we could leam, no lives were lest. Watts-N te ROES.-It is suggested, by sundry citizens, that the wells in the burnt district should be eovered ia some secure way to pre? vent accidents. It is thought that a few score of the idle, negroes about town should be im? pressed nod made to earn their porridge, by doing some moderate degree of labor within their strength and adapted to tho delicacy of their constitutions. Certainly, the condition of daily food te these paupers should be daily labor, whether this be allotted by their owners or hy the eity authorities. It appears te be the Yankee plan and policy to set enffee to work, in seme fashion, and to direct h ia laben te a co...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 3 May 1865

THE COLUMBIA PHOENIX. "tho Empty Oradle. In th? lonely, quiet chamber, There's aa empty cradle-bee*, With jMyiat npeu tb? pillow Of amby's shining head. 'Tis a fair and dainty cradle; Downy soft the pillows white; Bat within the blankets folded. Lies no little form to-night. Once the mother sat beside it, When the day was growing dim, .. And her pleasant voice was singing Soft and low, a ?radi? hymn, ff ow there's no saoro need of singing, When tho "evening shadows era ap, Por the oradla-bed ia empty And the baby gone to sleep! Little bead, that used to nestle In the pillows, white and soft; Little bauds, whose restless fingers Folded there ii drears so oft; Lips we pressed with fondest kies > Kyee we praised for pnrest ray Underneath '.? church yard daisie? They have hid you au away. Ahl the empty, useless cradlel We will pot it oat of sight, Last eur hearts should grieve too sorely - For the little one to-night. Wa will think.how aafe forever, lu tne better feld above. That you...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Columbia phoenix. — 4 May 1865

-JIM, i ? 1 ^B'_--- p . " ?eily Paper $40 a Month. ) ;. 'Let our just censure'- ? j Tri?Weekly $30 a Meath. * ; payable in Advance. J Attend thertrue evevt.1b-Shak*peare. "] ( " Payable in Advance. By J. A, SELBY. COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 4,1865. VOL. ?.-NO. 31. 1H? COLUMBIA PHONIX it PUBLISHES ?AILY axn. TKI-WEKKLY, *T JULIAN A. SELBY.j Tbe Daily ia issued every morning, except j Sunday, at"$40 a mouth. Tri-Week ly, Tuesday. Tnuieday and Saturday, at. $?t> a numil?, invo? rcabiy hi advance. Single copi?s *2. Advertieements inserted at .$10 ptr square etea linee) for each insertion. Tb? desolation of Moah. IS AI A II XVI. Ale*l the fields of Heehboo. They languish in their shame; Tfie vine el S thumb di*th ' Because of Moah* bittier ; The Princes of the Heathen Have swept With wrath the land, And smitten, even to Jazer'e walls, Tb? green pjants ?f her baud. I, too, bewail.with Jaxer The vine of Sibmah's fate; > Witb tears will waler Heshbon's fields, *. That now lie desa...

Publication Title: Columbia Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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