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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 March 1842

NOT THE GLORY OF O JB S A n, DDT THE WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XV. -BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, 31 ARC II 13, IS 12. No. 41. LILY SYRUP. An unpnrtallcd remedy for Diseases nf the. Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, fnjlttenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, looping Cough, fyc. i$ TO Tim PUIIUC. In pre-cn I ! ti tf lu tlavn lie a new remedy for dica illOllKy K3.Sf.NCr' OK I.IFK-A Valuable, JVOTH'i.. naMcdieme is I ct known by llie Mi-hcine, which, If rightly applied, will I e the 1 cure it perform..,, jj I. Newton's Panacea, mean of saving tlinnaiid from an untimely grave, or I'uriflrr of the Wood. Tin! unparalleled ami still It ha I ecu -old ami u-ed fur ihirty year, wilhgreat incrcniiigrepiilnlinn which ihi medicine hnncqnir iiceo, ami found very eihenoiot in the following 1 ed throughout the Now I'nulnndSinie, nnd the many di-ca-c, viz. Con i.npiiou, Whooping Cough, com- cure it ha performed, and the grcit iletnan I lind'e mon Cough, Co'il , diftaeuli llrcallnn?, lulluen-ai, fur it by th...

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. — 18 March 1842

CONGRESS. CTY liave litllo to spunk of tiiis week, except (Ut'.y-..on the p:u t of our national lo Ijii'.ilor.a. Tho exchequer hill, the apporlion imurmll, thc-Tiiiiff, mid other measures to restock a ltanKrupt liensurv, arc 'still, so fai nt action i concerned, among things in the l'ut'ir. . OinTiM'Stiny the President trans mitted two special messages to tlio House of l'eprescntatives. .The' first of these was in relation to tho Treasury deficit ; stating the fact th.ttuipwaids of tlireu millions nro im mediately and absolutely uecossury, to meet tlio expenses of tlio -Government, and tlio Pcercta1;,' of tlio Treasury urges action upon Ke loan bill, which sliall by somo means in ducr people to take government stock, and )g loavo tlio department at liberty to ncgociats for loans during a longer period than it can iindcr'thu present law. U. States Treasury Notcs liavo absolutely been protested in New ' York, and wo know not but in this city too, for non-payment. Tho oilier special me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 March 1842

wotM, nni set p the standard ot morality and re ligion ajcitilinj tu Ihcir several views of tho wot J of Cljd, hut nil lakin: pride in agreeing upon Jlio csscn 111U of nioiul excellence1, even while llicy it Horns to aims essential, in religion f.iilli and liiilJun; out as j they ilo a union with themselves as necessary tu an acknowledgment of Christian (;inructcr on tncir part -it is their ditty cither in Ihcir collcciva nml indivi dual r .parity to maintain t lint standard us puio in practice as in profession, ami to Use their whole moral power to promote virtue aiU frown down vice or, when justly nrraigncd nl thobar of that piibli"opiiiinii whicli they deem it their duty and privilie.010 lend and direct, and brought to ilicirovvn priimiiUateil test, and found w.intuitj-it is then their duly to nc quiescu in tlio justice nl their iirr.i'uiimenl, and set nbout it return to that iinmovcnlilo stan.lild which they have deserted, instead of obstinately pcrsistim: in error, and tints sl...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 March 1842

Ms touched his harp, and nations heard, entranced." 61MILITIJDF.S. B V JAMES MONTGOMERY. "I havo used similitudes." Host.v, xii. 10. A Hailstone, from the clouds set fice, .Shot a'anting c;alwnrd, o'er the sea, Anil thus, as F.n? tern l ilts nlale, Lamented in untimely fate i " raf momrnl liom, condemn M in thit, The ne.rt absorb! in von abyss ! 'Twcie better no'r toknow'ihc liirlit Thin Seo and perish at fiist sight!" Ati Osyer, opening ns itltl1, 'Welcomed the outcast to its cell, "Where, meekly fiific ring a " tea change," tt grew to "something lich nnd strange j" And thenco hecamc the tidiest gem That decks the Sultan's diadem, Turn'd fiom a particle of ico j Into a pearl of priceless price : Tor thus the Powe-r lint rules o'er all Cn raiso the humble by their fall. A De wdrop, in the flush of morn, Spaiklol upon a blosfom'd thorn, Reflecting from iis mirror pui", The run hiniclfin niiiiialnro. Dancing for clarinet on iho ipray, It missed Ms hold and slid nuayj A sky'ark, tnounl...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1842

i t NOT TUB GLORY OF 0 J3 S A B DOT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1842. No. 42. t I IOO!(i:y KfcSKNOK OK Hi. Ucbcine, which, if righlh - mean of .nviiisr iho'i-and' frni ' i i. . t . . . . . i i . .. i LILY SYRUP. An unnnrrallcd re.mrdii for Diseases of th Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Mood, Hooping Cough, S?r. to run puih.ic. In pre-cnting to Ihev'm.lir; n new remedy for di-ea- f I In hi nrrR.il mac 1 . Iirntipr In ne I tin I. iiid.-it,.. from the many oritilica'u and re'commeii hition nf Sicl.ne.nt Siomach, Men-le-, a preieniive ufCou other specific, eonianiel in the newpapcr nf the day 1 Ingun-ili-oa-o-, (lum and Khetimali-m. no new remedy was called furor ren lired. U 11 if th'ei iLj" I he a Love lie hcinei.nreriare.l by Henry Soy popular rcmefte had materially le-sene! tho lull of nionr, uf Hn Hit, Ala, fiiim tin.- Original liocipe, I y I .IKK A Valuable Iv nppliiM, will I e tin? from mi untimely irralo....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1842

emu wmm -'Conokess. Tho .titlial business of tlio last legislative week ttrW nslnnglon tuny ho stininiotl in n fow-EiMitonccs. Tliu coiisidur.ilinii of Mr. Clay '3 rovemte ami rrlrLMiclimoiit resolutions miy probably bo comi-lei-eil as now con cluded, lilr. Calliotin spoko upon tlioni on Wednesday, making an able speech in op position to any c!nii winch, in tlio views of Soutli Carolina (lie boirig the Stale) will intcrferdwith tho Compromise. After an cfJTort,t:sid to bo ono of his very best, vc knives and forks to Sheffield, nur cloths to 11 rumigham, our silks to Lyons, our shoos ami hats to Paris, ami mir litcrnturc and opinions to London, wo shall bo little butter in effect than a Kurnpenn dependency. We shall ho flcfi. clout In many essentials of truly National axis, tenco. Tlio policy of sanding our Cotton abroad lobe spun for ounown use our Wheat to bo exorbitantly taxed to tho famished and misera ble tiniiulacturer of our Clothes, when wn could give bun twice as much broad ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1842

MRS. GIUUS THE VOCALIST. Tim iulinliitunl ol" our town liavo this Week been f.ivorrd with' tins im-smicr, nnd plenspil nml charmed willi tlto tl ili t fill sint invuftlio celebratr-il Mrs. Gihhs, f'nnnrrly JNss Grnililon of Loniloii. Tliinlislingiiisb cil Lady, bus visited nonrly ovrry section of tho United Stales. The liirr.iry, perodicnl, and newspaper press, speak of her ns tin; best singer In America; and having our lolvos bad thu pleasure of lio.irilis her, we of course, cheerfully concur in sill they have said. She lias given two Concerts this week to full nnd fashionable audiences. The Songs "Wtinted a Covcrness," "The Old Arm Chair," and many others were enthu siastically applauded. The Song, "Why dou't the men prnposo" also, was well te ccived, but it was suggested by some that the words might bo changed with piopiiely, "Why don't the girls accept." Mrs. Gihlis1 ncrform.inccs are very attractive, and wu recommend the lovers of sweet sounds to at tend her Concerts, wherever ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 March 1842

si He touched Ms harp, and nations heard, entranced.' T11Y1NO TO PLEASE EVERYBODY. HINTS TO VIJITOItS. Oao rcubr crim, ymr slrr.ii's to grave, Too much morality you have, Too much about religion i Oive rue some wi ch and wizard tales, Of slip shod ghosts willi fin and scales, And fiailiera like n pigeon. I tnve to read, anuther, cries. Those monstrous fashionable lies In tiler words, th o Hotels. Composed of kings, of priests, or lords, Of bonier wars, and Oothic hordes, That used (olive in hovels. No, no, cries one, we've had enough Of such confounded love-sick stuff, To craze I'.ib fair creation : flivcussoine recent foreign news, Of Rusian-, Turks, the Poles, or Jews, Or any other nation. The mm of dull sholastis lorn Would like to seo a little more. Of first rnte acra:i of I.ntin i The grocer fain would li-arn the price Of tea and sugar, fruit and rice; The draper, si'kand satin. Anothci cries, I want morofun, A witty anrcdolc or pun, A rebuts or a riddlo; Soiro wish for Parliam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1842

NOT THE GLORY OF CjBSAR) BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. VOL. XV. MUM NOT ON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL I, 1842. No. 43. LILY SYRUP. An unparrallcd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, influenza, Colds, Asthma, Sjntting of Blood, Hooping Cough, Ac. $ TO TIIH PUHUC. In presenting to tluymJic a new remedy for disea ses of the lungsdt may l proper to say that, judging from the many coitifie.itos ami reeconunendations of other specifics contained in the newspapers of the day no new remedy was called for or required, lint if tho popular remedies hail malenally lessoned the lulls of mortality, or any one of the many prcparatio.n po -Mjj.ed those virtue recommended, so that nftcr a la. Trial, the patient could depend upon its healing power--, and rationally hope for a spec ly recovery ol hcillh, this humhlc attempt to arret the prime, of Pulmo nary Consumption would not have appeared. Hut that the victims of this destroyer am daily in creasing, needs no proofiind the large scales o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1842

Umm CENSURE OF Mil. BIDDINGS. Hy avfurenco to tlio Congressional pro tccdlngs in-'ttf-ilny' pnper, our renders will ho mntlo ticfjlmintcd with the recent high handed proceedings, of the House of Repre sentatives in (ho virtual expulsion of Mr. Giddincs of S'liiii, for presenting to ttint body a scries of Resolutions in regard to tlio " Crco-lo" rasp. Although in our jndgmciit tiro 'introduction of theso resolutions, pend ing ihe ncgociation between our Government nnd England, was ill-timed anil injudicious, ycMho groat truths which they assert will bo faun) on a cl.isc scrutiny, to tic in strict ac rordanro with tlio doctrines of tlio Declara tion of Independence. Sumo of the doc trines may go a lit lK; too fur, hut in the main wo regard them as correct. But tlio most alarming feature in tins transaction is the insufferable tyranny of the House of Representatives. Wo know those Southern bullies, with their naloral allies, tho Northern Tories, wero Iroiling, with ill concealed rago, ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1842

cool and collected, an would seem from exterior appearance, whilst at the same time, those who 'aro intimate with him can but perceive that eruptions equal to .uouni x csuvius aro at work within liiin. His health is linn, his spirits good and a determination ininiovcnbly fixed in liiin to heap vengeance on the ticifidious Mexicans. It necessary, lie will have 10,1100 Tcxans in the field in thirty days. Houston nml (.alxcs. ton are turninj; out to a man, as aro all other parts of Texas. The steamer Lafittc, and three sloops, all private property, have been manned and fully fitted out by the citizens of Galveston, and sailed on Sunday, under the command of Capt. Clarke, for Copano and the Braso San Iago. The Texas Hag will he planted at the latter place, and the next slop is t take Matanioras. These aro the orders of Gen'l Houston. Never havu I seen so much joy manifested by any people as is by the 'I'e.vans, in consequence of their invasion by Mexico. All aro on tiptoe at the prospec...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 April 1842

lie touched his harp,nml nations heard, cnlranccJ." Wo liavo great satisfaction in extracting from the February number of the Dublin University Magazine, so:no remarkably pleasing lines, by Miss Mary Anno Hrowno, whose poems havo frequently adorned our columns. TUB VlDOVANI HDU SON. The njnst't hour I how many hail Re'o'rin;, in its glow, "ordering with golden lines tlio veil . That twilight spicnds I clow. Oladly tho peasant sees its lire Tinging tho old tree sti mi, Turning church window, loof, and spire, To gold and living gems. The lover hails its reign on earth, For then he knows, Hill soon, The loved one fioin her homo comes forth, To wander 'ueath tho moon j Hut never may its lleetiug waves So fittingly he shed, As on the hallowed place of graves, The City of the Dead So thinks the pale and silent one Who seeks her husband's mini ( Widi him went down her cheering s-.in, And nil around wasgloom. Vet, n9 in darker skies tlirrc arc Sonic little strtaknof lijlit, Still shine" for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 April 1842

t ii e ojbsari welfare of VOL. XV. BIIIILINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1842. No. U. liiifil in .u' tiiiiiiioii.iti; iik in itt tlTT m.u;i i t- I LILY SYRUP. An. unparrallcd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Mood, Itooping Cough, S?c. ff. to 'run I'unua. In pre-cntlng lu thiv, lie n new retried-for thfi-a- cs of Ihc lunis.il may I o Proper to f nv llial. tiukrinir from ttie many ceitificale- n ml rc-cnniniendiition- of oilier speeilics roniaincii mi Hie newspapers of the day no new rcme.l- w.i called for or required. Ilm if thc popular remedies had ma'orially le-scned ttie lull- ol inortaliiv, or any one of iliu many preparation po se-ed those virtue, reonmmoiided, -ntltat nfiora l.t trial, the patient roil lilepenJ upon il healing power., ml rationally hope for n speedy recovery ol health, this humble attempt to nrrol the proirc.s ofl'ulmn nary Consumption would not have appcaicl. Hut that the victims of thi destroyer ar...

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. — 8 April 1842

CONGft'ESS. RETlRKMliNTOF MR CLAY. In the Senate on "Thnrsdav, somo morning business, Mr. Clay rose, atVd-presrntcd tlio creden tials ots nueceilsor, Mr. Crittenden, ile advened and which ho would leave imfim-hcd, mid bcggeil jeivo to make n few obvcrsitions unnn it he meant his resolution concerning the Constitution. It waa Itis wish, prior to Ins retirement, to obtain on expres sion of the opinion of the Senate upon those resolu tions. Hut owing to the slate of his h-atth, and the absence of hts friends, he hid lrn una1 le to call for that expression. He left it in the hands of tho Sen ate, to be disposed of as they pleased but with the mngle remark that, after all he had heard in reply to Ins views on that subject, he was still of the dehber nte opinion that thoso views were correct. . 1I uuld now be allowed to announce formally Jus retirement from the Senate, and to make few ohversittions. In December 1806, he entered tho SenjitB of the United States. At that time he re canted j...

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. — 8 April 1842

DEDICATION. Tlio Congregational Cliurcli, recently erected in this village, will ho dutlicntetl, Prdvidcnce permitting, on Thursday next, the 14lli Inst, tlio service to commence nt luilf past ten oVIork. Ladies and Gentle men of tins and neiglilioring towns, nro res poctlully invited to attend with us on the. occasion. April, 8th 1842. MUSIC. We nro requested to give notice that Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White, 'from Boston, nro about to visit this placo for tlio purposo of giving a concert. Mr. White is fir.U tenor singer and loader of the Celebrated Cuter ptnn Voc.ilNts, extensively known and uni versally admired wherever tlioy have per formed. Mr. W. is spoken of by tlio east ern papers as a superior signer, and n com poser of rare merit. His compositions may bo found upon tlio piano forte of almost every young lady. Mrs. Gibbs, vo aro happy to learn, is fast recovering, and will give another entertainment hortly. THANKS RETURNED AND FAVORS SOLICITED. I return thanks to nil who assiste...

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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. — 8 April 1842

He touched liis Harp, mid nations heard, entranced." THE PKARL-WRAUKR. Bv John Codnwau. litis iccaidcd of a pearl-diver, that he died (from orer-cxcrtion it snmo other cnusc) iintitetlintcty nf tor reaching tlio land or bunt from which he had plunged j and t tint, ninoiipst the shells which he brought up, one contained a pearl of surpassing sue and beauty. Within the midnight of her hair, Hall-hid 'in ill its dccptM detps, A pintle pteilrs", prictlcss pearl, ( VII filmy-eyed) l'urcr idctps. XVillinut die diamond's sparkling ryes, The rnliy'fi hlushe, lime it lits, Modest a- thpjttlider dr.m, YXhtn hr:iir,.le Mil s wnlulinwn, 'J I'O Hotter ol Kini". ii lily cold and pale Vet, Imt dulh all nail ' All Its lirnuiy, all Hi pince? All the honois of its plate 1 lie wli i plucked it fiom ils I cJ In the far blue Indinn circa n, Lieth, tt'illuiut life or luntii n, In hi eanhlv dwe hn dtnd! And Ins children, one by one. When they look upon the sun, I'm i tlm t 'd 1 i' winch he drew 1 lie tica...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 April 1842

t'J Jl "'p NOT THE GLOHY OP 0 .n S A n- BUT THE TO S Xi F A XI n OF Ii O 1)1 E. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1843. No. 45. LILY SYRUP. , An unpartalkd rnnrdifnr Diseases nf the. Lungs, Consumption, Coitwhs, Injlittnza, Colds, Asthma, Shifting of Blood, Hooping Cough, f.'c, Sf. TO Till; I'UI.UC. In prc-enlim lo ll,r-i. I'm n new i erne ly fur di-ci-oesof lliti luius,ii miy I e proper to ny III i, pidgin.' from the in my ceilili 'vo- nn I ro Mini nen.liit'nus of other ppe",'!.-! eun'auio 1 1 1 'lie uc.vs.in'.it r of the l.i y no now re.nc ly was I'.illf I furor ie iit'il. II n il'lho po,vilar rc'iiobe- In I 1111 em lv In one I tin; I i!l nl tnorin i'y, nr any tio "I ilif in my pre'iai.vioii- m . ee.i.,l lime VTl ii" iet linn lo I, 'ii hil afiTii l.i trial, tin- 11.1 ieii' co il I le e 1 1 ip'i i' lift in-.' power , and ratio nllv ho 10 f ir a ice'vicovory ol boil Ii, this hunil Ic a'l'eiii.it tn arro-t the prosrro s nf Pulmo nary Con .iiinplicn mi 1 1 imt hive appea...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 April 1842

CONGRESS. 07 Tho Loan Bill furnished employment fbr tho Senate, on Wednesday, but nothing 10 decisivo as was expected was dono upon it. Mr. Wright concluded his spcach in op position, and Mr. Walker then obtained tho floor, and moved an amendment, suspending tho operation of tho Land Bill, nnd pledging tho proceeds ofihe Public Land, principal nnd interest, for tho payment of the loan Mr. Walker, mado a speech in support of his motion, to which Mr. Smith of Indiana ropliod, and Mr. Buchanan obtained tho floor for Thursday. In hc House, very litilo progress was mndein the Appropriation Bill. Tho only business dono was to rrjoct a proposed amendment, striking $300 out of tho salaries of the 17, S. Judges whenever tlicy shall fail to hold a regular session of the circuit courts. This mode of punishment, the "stoppago of supp ios, has boon onco or twice attempted at this session, but always in vain. Among tho important Htlls'whicli have been introduced into Congress during the week arc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 April 1842

A largr. Auction Stiff, of House hold Furnituvr will lake place Tomorrow. l ltli. AlMttl. 181. Arrived home last evening by Steamer White Hall, D. Lyon Capt, I'roriclor of ilio People' Cheap Cah Si ore who villilipocnfo()iNns opportunity nllbrit", nt prices Inexact accordance with 1 lie times, ns let wlial w ill come, some articles ol merchandize are alvviys re quired, and as no new goods nre benight forlhcpnrpo-e of being Kept tolool at, any oil ones too pc.oJ tt-lo sold, every an I all f.iir cxrri'ions will be it-cd to effect talcs niidgfvccnthcsalisfaciioiitn p'troha-ors on the cash system, hy applying at I HOWARD'S. Silk, Mn-lin , Laces, Shawls, an I a variety of light articles, ju-l opened for spring trade this day, for unusually low prin-'-i at HOWARD'S 15th April MS . cor a it tnersiup. HKXItY II. ItOSTWICK & T. P. et W. I,. Strong having connected their Tin Shop, will do business in that line under the mine of 11. II. Host, wick & Co. at the slup occupied by s lid Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 April 1842

warn otms ?' p w&r Ho touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced." the roon Mir godly man, or Tim rowr.ii op rnAYEit. A Herman htgtntl, "Stc. see. n Himnle ceimlrvninn Willi wnlUng-stali'iii hand conies nowj Conrpc is llic garment ho hns on, Yil noblo ii his forniJind brow ( Think (ind 1 sin'? ! so 1 enn raise A proud song to the- brave man s praise. 'T was v. here an ancient forest waved, Ami inK-Muck rivers lolliel ! There lurd wilhin-n lonely hill, A pious m in and old ; And Demons (nine lu him by night, And tempted him with gold ! Tlio poor old man waseoaisily clad, And in lh.it driary spot, 'Midst wasting owil) he lived, By nil ihc world forpol, Yet well he I. new a fii dly life, Would sanctify liia lot 1 And there, at quiet eventide, When ad was i!nr iiihIsuII, .nd evening shade, and iwdight mists, Slunilieud on lake and hi I, Thick cloud", of mini iininrllily smoke, III! lonily but would fill 1 And ill' uph iliosiin Von shapdessferm Vmed daililj loan I I'm; And nfK-rid...

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