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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 January 1842

V) W NOT THE GLORY OF C 1 S A R t BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XV. MliLINGTON, VEttMOIfT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1342. No. 31. LILY SYRUP. An unpamdkd rcmrdyfnr Diseases of the. Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Tnjlttntza, Cohls, Asthma, Spilling of JSluod, Hoojnng Cough, fyc. Jy. to tiii: l'unuc. In pre-cntinir lo tlio pul lie n new reme ly for dlea seof ihe lunas.u may I eptnpci- to say lint, judging from tlie tinny i-crtifii'.Ve anil ic cniiii'iieiiil.ttinns of OitlT spe-eillcs rnnt.itnel in tlio lien-papers of the day in no new reme- ly wasr.illc I fur or m noil. Dili! the! popular reniole, l,a I ma-ona'lv IcVniol the HUl mortality, or any one of the main- liirinra'ions no. tes-ed tlinse virtue- rci-i.miiic-n let. -u nfur n f.nY trial, the pane-il e-n il I delicti I niinn it- liculiu? nouw. ind r.niti'i.illy hope for a spec lv ivcnvorv ol licilih, this hu n'.le at'cin.it to nrre-t i tic proiru-s of Pulino Tiarv Ciiii-niiiplK.ii trmili1 not have nppe.iie.1. Bui that llio vii'liius of tin...

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. — 7 January 1842

ua From the Richmond Whig. EFFECTS OF A TARIFF ON THE NORTH AND SOUTH. Wo copy from the Savannah Republican nn interesting letter from n Boston gentle man, touching tho effects of a Tariff a sub ject which is again beginning to attract great public consideration. Tho views of tho wri ter may pass with the reader for what they aro worth, and with some in tho South, who have been in the habit of considering a Tariff tho deadliest foo to Southern interests, they may lie considered next to treasonable. Rut this shall not deter us from endeavoring to put into tho possession of our readers the ablest views on every side of cvcryj;reat question of public concern. In no Stato of tho Union lias it been more fushionable to denounce a Tariff as every thing monstrous, than in Virginia. Here it has long constituted ono of tho hob-goblins, which that "old mischief-maker" of tlio En quirer has paraded before the public, to tor rify all of weak nerves and still weaker in tellect, lie had got the ki...

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. — 7 January 1842

Were they In bo laid on the table 7 Were ihey to bn rejected! Were they to bo turned out of tho houscl No they must bo referred to a Committee who would examine into the condition and wants of these vari ous classes and report truly upon thctn. He had very little fear, however, that the manure turin" interest of this counlry was about to receive somc"new degree of protection from 'bo necessity uf the cull, let the opinions of men be what they mjcht on the abstract principle of protection itself. , lhis Government could not bo catried on, at least 111 tho mode in which it was at present proposed to bo car tied on, under a system or 50 per cent duties. , MrV., though denying that the constitutionality of a Protective Tanir was any longer an open ques tion, proceeded to demonstrate its constitutionality from high authorities, and to shew, that nil former Tariffs be far from having been carried by tho exclu sive votes or for the cxclusivo benefit of tho manufac turers of iho Kast, had, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 January 1842

"He touched liis harp, and nations heard, entranced." The New Yoik festival nt the anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims, was this year got up in fine sty'e. The great hall of the Astor House dined near ly 300 ladies and gentlemen. The lic'.ctsivcrciti the highest demand, though not a drop of ardent sjiiiits or winewaspcrmillcd. The Oration was by Profes sor Haddock, of Dartmouth, which wo find reported nt length in the Impress. The Rev. Dr. Spring and Dr. Wainwiight acted as Chaplains. Joseph Hoxsio, Esq. presided. ODE Write n for the celebration of the Thirty Sixth Anni versary of the New England Society of New Vert, Dec. 22, 1811. v r.tri-. ifles. I. Sons of New Enslavd sires Why do your nltnr fncs Plnme up on liijili : Why from vour festal board, Wakes the loud anthem, pouted Joyous, with one nffcnrd, Winged for the sky 1 II. Not for the voice that spoke Triumph when Uritain's yoke P.ur t with your chains ; Not for the heroes brao, Weeding by CiiAnLEs's wave, Not for the pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 January 1842

NOT TUB GLORY OF C JB S A I? BUT TUB W B L P A R B OP ROMS. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1842. No. 32. r i IO()HK'3 KSSF.NCK OF LII'll. A Valuable a. i , , V "." r ',' Z ,, i-1"-"1 increa-ingreputnl Km witch lln medicine linneuair- -llf'l'lt... mill fit'tltll l'PH t.f.lf..lllt.l III tltft Till Inil'llllf I 1.1 7 1 .. II I In. 1.1 ' I ,. . ;x " "", cu iiirnugnotit tim.cw r.ngiantiainics, ami iiiciuanv , di-ca-cs, viz. Con'U.iiiitinii.Whuoiimg Cough', coin- 1 i n,rn.,.,1 nn! tl. rn ,t..n,ii r..r,,r.. mon Cough., Co'd, lnllcnlt Bicathiuir, Iiilhienzn, ' ,, it ,.. , alSvilv 0r,,,ycian. w,ai acnuainto, ivilli iuin-y, A-tliun, Plillu.io, Spitting of Hlood, 1' lain- it, preparation, lm- hid iced ll.u proprietor to extend I tciici'. I mlit-n.linit I .nn.i.iirt.ie til tl.tt ltmt'a.1. I itf .. 1 . 1 .. . ' ' .1 ' ... , " , ' v, , t,c , i s cirjuiaiion u uimo.-i every town n mu ca- ern every Km I. Crnnnis. Rickets. Co ic. Ca nrr h. Dy-en- 1 u...... ..u .1 ...... t ' it..:....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 January 1842

CKUIB IPIBTBO THE TARIFF. F tinmen Notes uroN Taiufp and FnEn Tuaue. A Govornnirnt, whether represented by ono man or"tho million," can learn wisdom front but two sources its own rxprricltct', mill thei'.xperii'iici! of other nations. The former is nn expensive and dilatory mode of instruction and that Government is best, in this respect at least, which can reap tin harvest of know ledge from the bitter fruits of experience ripened by others. Head the following: "Ittissia was prosperous in 191fl, '17, MS nnd 10 ; but, fascinated willi I tic theories of Adam Smith nml J. II. Siy, s'ta a.l.iptal a iow larill't i 1S13, on the plan of letting traito regulate itself. In this TnrifTshc abrogated her prohibition, nml lowered her ilulii". The cotm ry vvus immediately deluged with foreign goods and, in due course, drained of its specie, as wo Imvo been in past year?, to pay fcr the surplus of Ihosa imports, winch far exceeded her exports. The trios: disastrous concqucnccs took place. Circula...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 January 1842

STOCKS. Tho. prices of stocks In Wall st. havo been lower during tlia past week than ever boforc. TIjo lucent remarkable throats of repudiation have naturally well nigh destroyed the credit of State Securities, and it is feared that largo quantities will bo returned from F.iiropo for sale. New Yuri: and Ohio nro prepared with the money to pay their interest, duo on the 1st Inst. On Friday Indiana Fives sold in Wall st. at 10 1-1 and 20, and Illinois Sixes at 20 and 20 1.2. Delaware and Hudson Canal wan quo ted at 0 1, 07, and 09, U. S. llink ill-l. 1 lnr lcmlt.lt. 10 1-2. l'atorsonW1.2. Providence and Stoiilngtcm 10 1-2. Southern funds were hoay, and the intcs of exchange on some south ern cities are growing worse. We quote On Boston, Philadelphia, Riltiiuorc, Richmond, f'lnrli'stnn, Savannah, Ciiu.nhus, Macon, pnr CI 5 7 U 3 12 13 Augusta, 4 Mobile. lfil Iew Orlenns aj IV. Oaro'ina, Cincinnati, Louisville, (i 14 12 U 1G iasltville, St 1. 01113 Ar.nr.bT of Tiir. lath principal orncE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 January 1842

train iL xlfSsSjlSp "He touched his harp, and nations hcurd.cnttanccd." NUW Y UAH'S A DDK US, OK THE HVNTINOTON DA11D. On-n mora the cardi in its revolving sphcra Around the sun coittjilcics nnotlivr yeni, When thne who almanacs peruc or make, rhlnkold Tinic'sjourney a new start ilnlli tike, Ami ns his ceiscles flight doth now pursuo Count this year eighteen hundred ami forty.two. Ami since liiirj Custom has from early day Deeiccd tli ci t we a tax in rhyme must pay To greet the New Year, and its sdienl hail, Wo will obev the tnandato without fail, Ami 'midst goo I wishes foi the yi'ar that's horn Throw in our mite, the bantling to adorn, IIo;vng that those hnpnlienl for a match Will rie another year u p-utwr catch s T.acli love-sick pair if they of store nro rif !e fumi-dicd with a husband or a wife, Old mil Is and ba.hi hirst nj-iy content, (If pi it ho thoy can 0 with hlossini's sent. HiI'M'ids an I w,ics from family tWids ab3tain Ami unimpiircd proserin the nuptial ehniu. Tim mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 January 1842

fee MMtiinUnttttm NOT TUB OLonV o7 C M S A , BPT Tag BURLINGTON. VERMONT. PttTimv, nvnnn, .r LILY SYRUP. Zto Consumption, Cough,, Influenza, I !' i'":',' Hooping Cough, .Jv. . Tn 'rriR imnr ir In presenting to ilie public a new remedy for disea- -y-j " iw,.i-i iu sciy null, lUUglllg from the many certihcates and reccominendatinns iff other specifics contained hi ihe newspapers ofthedav ao new remedy was e alleJ for or required. But il tlto popular remedies had materially lessened the lulls tif ...I... ... uue in me many preparation, pos. fse.l those virtues recommended. o ihat nfura f.iir IriM, Ihe patient could depend upon its healing puwer--. and ratinnn It- hrm,i r.. n ...... i .... . . 1 1 . ' .li I 1 i ' u ly n-c-ovcrv ui ueaiiii, this humble attempt to arret the irogres cifPuliiio' aryCiiniimption would not have apieareil. But that the victim of thi, destroyer are daily in- ,treasmg, iU-c Is noproofand Ihe large scales o'f the iK';nuw inai tne remedies ui the day have been fai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 January 1842

IPtBlBaa AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES. A meeting of the friends of Agriculture from tho different aoctions of the United States, was held, pursuant to public notice, in the Hull of the IIonsu of Representatives nt Washington, on tho 15th of December, 1811, when, On motion of the Hon. Dixon II. Lewis, of Alabama, the Hon. James M. Garnett, of Virginia, was appointed President of the .meeting, and tho Hon. D. II. Lewis, of Alabama, Hon. Edmund Dubcrry, of North Carolina, Dr. James W. Thompson, of Delaware, Joseph Gales, Esq., of tho Dis trict of Columbia, Benj. V. French, Esq., of Massachusetts and James T. Gilford, Esq.. of Illinois, wero appointed Vice Pre sidents; and J. F. Callan, of tho District of Columbia, and Robert E. Horner, of Now Jersey, wero appointed Secretaries. The President, having very ably and pointedly addressed the convention, appoint ed tho following Committee to present the Constitution of the Society, viz: Hon. II. L. Ellsworth, ofD. C, Hon. D. H. ...

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. — 21 January 1842

im i ' in The Bankrupt Law. Tito N. Y. Commercial Advertiser, alluding to the bill for tlio repeal of tliu Bankrupt Law, gives " from u soureo not liublo to bo mistaken," tlio following significant liint : " If Con gress tear dawn what thei; have built yp, thire will be more vetoes." A tlwolling.liotise in Conway, (Massi.) eccu. pied by three aged t-isior?, was burnt on Sab bath evening, Dec. 10th, and sad "to relate, the eMcst, Miss Sally .UcMurpliy, aged 81, perished in the flames. (CP The Virginia House of Delegate?, by a Tote of 03 to d-o refused to instruct their Mom bent of Coigross to vote for tlio repeal of the .Bankrupt Law. ET The House of tlcproscntatvcs of Indiana 'lias by a vote or all to 1U, passed an act abolish "injf Iinprijonment for Debt. fn tho case of tho Kov Sir Van Zanilt, an Episcopal clergyman of ltochcster, N. Y. for the Bcductioti of a young lady of his congregation, the plantiff has obtained a verdict for 83000 damages. 'FIRE ! Tho largo and extensive Wool...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 January 1842

"Ha touched his liurp, nnd nations licarJ, entranced." THEY CllTVoR UREA I). Many will recognise in the following lines from Tnil'i Magazine, a picture of the Wretchedness and sorrow of the English poor, described in Lester's "Glory and SI kudu of England." While n portion of the people re shouting and rejoicing and wasting mill ions of dollars in celebrating tlio liiitli of a child, another portion are dying in the damp cellars for tho mere want of food. The kind-hearted and philanthropic person of our own country can almost hear the dce sickening cry of tho destitute and starving! mother, us in vain she begs ' Give my chil dren bread.' Such is the ' Shame of Eng land. 1 1 a starving mother stand, lly tho cale of a palace proud, Willi a whining boy in either hand, ,n J an infant wailing loud : An infant wailing loud for dry Was the fonnt that wont to hush its cry: And all that the starving woman said Was 'Give my children bread I" Forth from the palace proud there cam Three high an...

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. — 28 January 1842

i NOT TUB GXiOnr OF G .E S A B. but tub wblpabb of bomb. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1842. No. 34. LILY SYRUP. An unpnrralled remedy for Diseases nf the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influtnza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, Sfc i$ TO THE PUBLIC. In presenting to ilie public a new remedy for di'.ea DCiof the lun?s,il may I c proper to say that, judging from the many certificate ami recommendation of tilher specifies contained in the newspaper of tlie ilay no new rcmetiy wascanej lor or renuireu. 1)111 II me leney, Indige-lion, Loo-ene.ss of the Bowel-, Fits of every kind, Cramps Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, Iyen Inrv, Fainting, Hypochondriac Attention.., Headache, Sicl;nent Stomach, Mea-lc, a preventive of Con laSio:iiliease. Gout and Hlienmnlisin. fl it l,..nl.n..., vi l: - : ....... I 1... tr.inrt' Sell. popular remedies had materially Ic-sened the lull of inour. of Hadlcv. Mn.. from iln- Oniinal Itecii.e. I V mortality, or any one of the many pre...

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. — 28 January 1842

FOREIGN. "Boston, Jan. 24. Tho steam packet Britannia, Cnpt. Ilewott, arrived hero on Saturday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, in a pas sago cfl8 dayj from Liverpool. Sho on counturcd sovcrc gales, and on tlio niglit of tlio 15th, her life boats wr-rostovo to pieces. On entering tlio harbor at Halifax, she grounded, hut got olT in a few minutes and anchored for tlio night. She brought 80 pas sengers, among whom is Mr. Charles Diikcns, mid tlio Earl of Mtilgrnvc. We have received our supply of London papers to the 3d hist, and Liverpool papers to tin 4 lli. During tlio long interval smco the date of our l ist previous news, tlio state of political affairs in England and on tho continent had been generally quiet, and tho apoct of niorcantilo affairs had somewhat improved. Mr. Everett, the American Minister to tlio Court of London, with Mrs. Everett and f.imily, arrived in Upper Grosvenor street, from Paris, Doc. 13. On Thursday, Mr. Everett proceeded to Windsor Castle, on a visit to tho Quco...

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. — 28 January 1842

R. W. Emerson, A. U. Alcott, Mnia IV. Chapman and Kdvyard Quincy, advertise thoni Belvcs as a committee tu call n "bible conven tion" for lie public discussion of the "credibility and authority of the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments," to moot at the Masonic tain pie In Boston, on the SOili of Maicli next. Death rnoM HrDRornoniA. It is a niolati cliolyduty to record the death, at one o'clock on Sunday morning last, (Otli) of Thomas Moore, of this city, an estimable young pcntlcnien of 18, caused by the bite of a rabid dug, received about five weeks since. His hand, though dread fully lacerated, had healed, and no apprehen sions of the danger were felt, untit Thursday las', when symptoms of Hydrophobia were man ifested. Mr. Moore became rapidly worse, until the morning of Sunday, when he expired, after suff ering the must dreadful agonies, The cfTt'Cting interests of the tragedy is heigh toned by the fact, that Mr. Moore was married to a young and interesting lady of this cit...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 January 1842

From the Lady's Book. THE TWO BRIDALS ; OR, mn lovkii's walk. A LEGEND "oF CRAVEN. OY MRS. EMMA C. CMHURV. In the West Hiding of Yorkshire, in the neighborhood of tho Craven Hills, is n noble mansion and domain, to which tlici 'pride which apes humility of tho original posses sors has givim tliu somewhat lowly npnella lion of Arnulds-biggin. 'The house is con structed in tho cumbrous stylo of architec ture, prevalent in the sixteenth century, and its peaked roof, clustered chimneys, and heavy casements, still remain in'all their or iginal quaintnsss ; while the deep moat, sup plied with water from a neighboring river, ilill washes threo sidesoftho half-castellated building. During tho civil wars, this nian iun became onu of the strongholds of the Parliamentary forces, and its undent defen ces were often put in requisition by the Round-head partisans.' But tho chief inter est which now ultuches to Arnolds-biggin is connected with a tradition of gentler passions. On the borders of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 February 1842

NOT T 3 B GLORY OT 0 S A K BUT TUB W S L F A It n OP It O IH E. VOL. XV. MHLJNCTON VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4 184S- No. 35. LILY SYRUP. An unparraltcd remedy for Diseases of the. Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, Sfc. tj TO THE PUBLIC. In predentin; to the vi! lie a nctvreinc.ly fur eli-oa-acsof I ho lunus.it may I e proper to nv ilht, tiulsins from t lie niiny ccrltli.'a'u ami rcconi mc-n.lat ron of oilier pcvmcs contains I iu thu newspaper nftlio 'lay no new reiuvly w. oalte 1 furor req art-J. 1! n if the popular rente fie liaj materially le tciie'.! lliu lull of mortality, or any one of the mmy preparation pe ses'oj those virtue roootntnoii lul. .n ilini afu r a (n trial, the patient co il I lopeini upon its lioalinir prnvpr-, nnu r.iMiMi.uiy uupe lur a spcu ly recovery in iioiiin, this humble attempt to nrret the pronre-s of Pulmo nary Consumption wonli' not have appeaieJ. Hut that the victim of tin destroyer are daily in cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 February 1842

I'.tis air.Uoia made in Pennsylvania, 0.uo, nnd New-1 Vork, as well osin N. Knnland. Kemove the duty, and llio cheese sf Kngland and Germany would come into out seaboard cities, and drive the domestic atticle from tho market, or crcatly rcduco the price. My sympatlms arc with the agriculturists. Their calling nt once tho most ancient, healthy, and honorable, is llto foundation of every other. And if I believed that "K larilf was destructive of their interest, I would aban don it altogether. B it the preat value of manufactures to the firmer is the market which they open for his prod ice. Where Would tho South and West find n mirkol for their "yellow corn," of which tho gentleman from ir fiiiiin (Mr. Wise) so fiequetitly "-peaks, if we had no manufactures in tho North and Hast 7 Tho ports of (lre.it llrita'ut are shut ngiiiist tho corn, tho Jiai tho flour, of the great grain-growing Stiles. These prcit s aples. together with the rico of tho South and ih pork of Ohio, fin I their lwt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 February 1842

this way) and again llio loss of timo occasioned by tho intemperance) of tlioso in your employ, nndtlio loss ft property by their neglect, and in short take tlie most favorable View of tho sub ject you can, and yon cannot 'avoid the 'conclu. idon" that intemperance ha9 cost you a stun equal toono foarth of tho present value of nil the property in the town. I will not dwell on tho loss tho community has sustained by the distruclion of intellect, tho ag. ony and misery of families whose brightest and highest hopes have been destroyed by intemper ance, as this is a view of tho subject on which no wealth can be put in comparison. Who has paid these pecuniary losses. Whoso hearts have bled at the distraction of intellect and the affliction of families occasioned by intemperance 1 I answer the industrious and temperate port Ion of tho community. And will you, say, can you feel that it is not your duty to cows forward and assist tiioso who are striving to oxpal this ssourgo Irom among us. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 February 1842

"lie touched his harp, nnd nations heard, entranced.' Tin: PILOT. Ths waves nrc high, tlio night is dark, Wild roll the foaming tides, Durhins ninunil the t tunning Lark, As galliully the rides 1 " Pilot I la' e (iced what rnur." you steer, O ir tiark is tmpcst driven I" " Stranger, he calm, there is nofc-ar Kor linn v.iiu luisism Heaven !" " Oh, pi'nt I nnrU yon th 'tider-clotid Th- hahtrriue-V'iiiiJ liver j Hark to ilii wi'iil, 'th piping loud The tmi'iiiiast bends and quivers ! Slav pilot, May, ami shorten Hail, O.ir slcirmy tri-s:uls iivt n I" "Stranger, what tnnlleieih, c-ihn or gale, To him who trusts in Heaven 1" Homo by lite wiud, the ves cl floes Up to that thunder cloud t Now lotieiing low, the spiny winged seas ( 'inceal the top. mast shroud " Pilot I tlin waves lirea'.- o'er in fast, Vainly our bark Ins striven !" "Sir 'ncer, the hold ran tuletho blast, Go jmi' thy trust in Heaven I'1 Coed h .p.- 1 Good hope! one little star Cl.-'iir.s o'er liio wnsio of waters ; "13 lik...

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