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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1862

" !uu: ill i .r i" .. (7 . .-.'.vi - : . .,.-.,.1 ? , 11 JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." i:r 81:50, IN AD7AKC -.... .y j, - ' E. Volume-.'-XXVII. GALLIPOLIS, OH 0 MAY 8; 1 8 62, Number 25. km. -vi' 1 - : si; ; a THE LAME BRIDE. BY WM. F. GILCHRIST. , The train whined up to B- sta tion, stopped for a moment to allow a gentleman to alight and sped on. its wit amis. Tbe passenger urns leu gazea ior UlUIUCIll III HIUUIOHUJCUI !- r mm: rich, pood looking and generous. Ever since he had donned r:t. l;f had heen nagged in an endless roond of fashionable amuse-.'0f ments Riding, feating, and flirting bad been the order of the day. until Dick was fairly surfeited with this end- less round of amusement, and be longed for a change, for something different. But where was he to go for a change? He would go to Saratoga. No, for, if anything, that would be worse than the eity?' Then be bethought himself of a trip to tbe country, and a taste of the pleasures of rural'life....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1862

ditid ajtd- prs;.rssx Br , yAt f 1.50, rnvariabfr. in advnace X. Ik 3TEWAKT, Assstt Ertok. GAIXIFGLIS. I I THURSDAY, -i .MAT 8. 186? TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. . ?,' a ir Aristoeraey U a word of Grwk derivation, signifying the power is hands of ar few. Praeeraey Bfjaffie the people, or the poirerfn hands of the people.' From (heM daSoiliona yen aa easily decide to which class the leaders ia this Southern rebellion be long, They loved to be styled Democrats whilst they could retain the power, bat their i mulling taunte sad sneers at- the "mudsills, greasy aseebaniea, sad filthy operatives of the North," eaawed hw thoreaghly aristocratic their ideas were. : Their present eoone has brought a reproach and stain upon .the very name "Democrat, and as a party same, it wHJ probably pass away with secession. ,'.7 "Eta.' Something mors than mere accom plishments are requiiite to qualify a mmi for acting her part ia the drama of life. These are well enough ia their places, and highly desirable, ba...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1862

Correspondence Cincinnati Gazette. MEMPHIS AND HER CITIZENS. CINCINNATI, May 2. p. . n .: Mt attention baa K..n .TImI to commanieation from Naehrille, publiabed in the paper of this city weeK or iwo aiuu. tow oo ject of which was , to show that a large Union entiment prevailed thronghont the Western portion 01 ienneaeee, ana ren nredominated in the city of Mem phis. The author of that letter went m far as to assert that recent articles in the Metmh! Avalanche indicated clearly that this pestilent sheet had come over to the side of the Got ernment. ' j beg that yon will allow me to state some facts concerning this city of Mem- nhis and its mouthpiece, the Avalanche, which must convince all that whatever change has taken place in public sent! ment there, is consequent upon the very close proximity of the Federal army to that city, and not to any real love for the Union. ; - ' ' In the cUy of Memphis, prior to the attack upon and surrender of Fort Sum ter, there was a very large majori...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1862

POET'S CORNER. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] [For the Gallipolis Journal.] LINES ATTRIBUTED TO MR. JAMES PRICE ON THE DEATH OF HIS SECOND WIFE. more into thy family bud Em entered death mt, And took from thee that lovely one. The one thy heart held dear. A lonely home is left the bow. Sin that kind on ha flown. And sorrow well within thy heart. To knew that ah ha gone. Consumption laid ita fetal band TTrwia her tmmdr fraw. i. i Aad aa by atealth nnnotieod still. - -. vesta amoowiy gnome; " Hot Sparkling ere in death ate closed. And in the silent tomb, We laid hereold aad iey font - Her spirit soaring beaie. . ; Tea. safely o'er tfie stream she passed; With Jese for bar guide, No more shell feel the toils of lif. ' ' Nor cross' death's ehilly tide. . She's gone to roam in the heavenly Brad, Amid that happy throng, Where dread eonsiuaption ne'er can corn . Tca hersaptaruisi song. There in a house not mad with hands, -.; Eternally shell dwell, . Where parting tears win never (all, ... ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 May 1862

- r. . . - . 4- w . " JAMES harper, editor and proprietor. - "TR UTH AND JUST IC E ;. ;.a; : 'K!i';;;!ei:5o;iNrA3)TANCE VbluraerXXVII. GAL L I P O LIS V OH I; O ; ,M A Y 15 , 1 8 62 . J IViimher 26; [From the Ironton Register.] [From the Ironton Register.] THE REBEL RAID AT GUY AN DOTTE— CAPTURE OF UNION MEN—"FORWARD TO RICHMOND"—IMPRISONMENT IN A TOBACCO WAREHOUSE— INCIDENTS—RELEASE. BY DR. J. MORRIS. Editor Rio: At the solicitation of tnany friends, I propose to give you a full, and. at I think, correct history of the Rebel raid on Gnyandotte, which occurred on the evening of the 10th of November last. I hare seen, since my return from captivity fo Richmond, several accounts of the fight, all slight- It differing, and none entirely correct ... P i i ir.i.. K. V- Whaley was there, reeruiu'ng the ! It will be rememoereu, him juji ath Vircrinia Reciment, and nad at the time, about 130 men. 20 of whom were on furlough, and eighteen aick in the hospital, leaving an effective force of e...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 May 1862

kins, indeed anything they could ticete. We were twelve day m mating the trip to Newbera, where we took the ear. Tbej intended to take as to Floyd's camp, then at Raleigh; bat wbev we had reached a little Tillage about 25 mile this aide of Raleigh, we learned that Floyd had been driven from' hie eampr and waa making for some place,' no body knew where.- Freo.thie place 00 of the .Cavalry left us, and went to reinforce " him. We mm then warehed-fcack threegh the foountains to (be right of Raleigh, traveling' by 'ajiltle' foot-path JorS dtrefoTawaTn?XI3' truck tie naam road. Two day more brought u te Giles Court House, wuere we nn en for two nitrbts and day.- Many of oar men bad fires oat, eereral days previous, asd were obliged to be haaled inr wagons, or provided with horses. At thn place, as in every other village we passed through, the drunken eilisens (and a sober -citizen was a race com modity!) came rushing on as with oaths and imprecations, swearing that if tbey bad the manage...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 May 1862

THE LATEST FROM GEN. ,MCCLELLAN'S ADVANCE. More Serve Fighting Between and the Rebels—The Rebels Defeated—The Movement on West Point—Terrible Battle on Wednesday— Our Loss 300 Killed and Wounded—The Rebels Routed with Great Slaughter—Intense Alarm at Norfolk—Burnside Reported Moving on Weldon, N. C.—Evacuation of Sewell's and Pig Point Batteries— More About the Williamsburg Battle— Retreat of the Rebels Across James River—From Hampton Roads The Fight on Thursday—Graphic Details. BiLTiMOM, May 9. The Ameri can's Fortress Monroe correspondent furnishes the following. I learn by ateamer from Tofttown, that' Gen. McClellan has adranced twelve miles beyond Williamsburg, and bas had several skirmishes with the enemy, routing them with beary loss. The embarkation of troops for West Point was progressing with great- ra pidity,, and a heavy battle had tasen place on Wednesday afternoon, be tween the troops under Gens. Franklin and Sedgwick, and the rebele under Lee, who were endeavoring to m...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 May 1862

POET'S CORNER. [BY REQUEST.] [BY REQUEST.] WHEN I AM OLD. Whea I am old tad Ok how soon, 1 Will life's swaet morning yield to noon, ; And Booo't broad, fervent, earnest light, Be haded in the solemn night!: Tin like a story well-niga. told, ' ..) ITill seam my life when I am old Whsa I am eldthis breezy earth S Wm loss for msiu voice of mirth The atreama will ban an undertone Of sadness not by right their own; And spring's sweet power in vain enfoM, la rosy charms wheal aaoldV When I am old, I shall not "ear ' To deck with flowers wj laded hair; j, , Twin be ne vain desire of raise, t : ' In rich and costly dress to shiae; - : Bright jewels and the brightest gold ww charm me naught when I am old. - r When I am old, my friends wflj bo Old, infirm, and bowed Eke me," - Or else their bodies 'aeath the eodr A Their spirits dwelling safa with God -'-- Ths old church bell will long have tolled Abort ths rest when 1 am old. 'When I am old. I'd rather bend ' Tina sadly o'er each bnried frie...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 May 1862

M .' , y .it' , . . 7 r t i f i o JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Volume XXVII. - . "TRUTH AND JUSTICE. ." ' $1:50, IN ' ADYANCE. GALLIPOLIS, O HT.O; M A Y 22 r 1 8 62. Number 27. M' I mM III III ICi ' ItS ST I ' - ;- !m. : w From the Ironton Register. THE REBEL RAID ON GUYANDOTTE— OF UNION MEN—"FORWARD TO RICHMOND"—IMPRISONMENT TO RICHMOND"—IMPRISONMENT IN A TOBACCO WAREHOUSE— INCIDENTS—RELEASE. BY DR. J. MORRIS. [CONCLUDED.] The most bitter and vindictive ene mies we found on our march, were se cesh women and the Southern Metho dists. There were but few places on our route, that the women would even sive me a rag to dress the wounds of our men; they insisted mat we anouia winaormaae reawora m to shield their men. Every inhabited district we passed through, the women and dogs would crowd to the road side, to get a glimpse of a lire Yankee; and ' finding that we were fashioned some what like other men, they would turn away in disgust, not, however, with out pouring their vials ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 May 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. DtTiD tvo rnuint BT J AWES HinPEB, ryAt 91.50, inrarhbfr i advance R. L. STEW AST. Assujtast Editor. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. MAT 22. 1861. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. "Moialbv." The practice of gambling deaerres the severest censure froio every Bon Mt mu and (rood eitizen. It baa beggared thousands, and enriches "one. Anxiety of mind, neglect of business, drunkenness, par arty, theft and suicide, are iU atiin dants. - i i .; Fraud, deceit ana aunranKj.ini urn proaaee. Except for the personalitiae therein, your let- tar would baaooepud, oat Deliere lU publi tka would do you: and the Journal man nam thaa good, coc would it tend to lessen the evil , ,V "Emu a." Ton greatly err in supposing lady to be od who dresses in tie extreme of fashion, mmi whoj abort aa life ia, baa mora lei are time than aha can employ, or in other words, ependa her time in idleness.. The true lady In oar Judgment, u one who can comply with fashion to avoid singularity and jriti oiim, bat never tn i...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 May 1862

BRUTAL ATROCITY OF MAGRUDER. A West Point correspondent or the ,..,.. New York Tribune writes: When the Confederates evacuated Williamsburg, Gen. Magruder brought, away six women who were suspected of being friendly to the Union cause in to guard against their giving in- . . - a n.. Kainrv ItaH ..nti ... two or three days they were set at lib erty, and armed at West Point this morning, where they stated to Gen. Franklin that their persons had been violated by Gen.' Magruder and olner officers high in rank. THE REBELS BAYONETING OUR WOUNDED. The Tribune's New Kent correspond dent furnishes the following fearful de tails. Cant. H. B. O'KileT. Cotodsiit G. 1st Kegiment, Sickles Brigade, fell up on the field in front ol Williamsburg, terribly wounded in the mouth and jaws. He went into the field with a bullet-proof . Test on. His regiment was forced back before the Captain could be removed. When it recevered its ground, the Captain- was found to be dead. The bullet-proof vest was gone, ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 May 1862

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. SPRING. O, Spring once more hast thou appeared, With footsteps light and free, r To ehae away the wintry gloomy . And fill the earth with glee; The trees are decked in robe of green-, Thi flowers are blooming ao gay. The birds are singing their happy songs. As they say to-old winter away. The pearly brook goes on in glee, As through the meadow it teems, Its pebbly bottom how plain we see. As it plays in the son's bright beams; Each stream is ringing with songs of praise. As merrily on it glides. . And the blue-bells dip their drooping heads Into the glittering tide. The dal Jia is peeping abore it bed, . The violets deck the lea, -The annemone lifts its delicate head. With joy thy presence to see; The woodlands are ringing with songs of praise, - No presence so welcome as thine, , The xephjr is singing a joyous lay, , As it floats through the lofty pine. The squirrel has emerged from its winter re- ,- - treat, And frisking sw merrily new, O...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 May 1862

mm- -s- r . ; ' : I T f . . i i i t - . 1 V . ..CY W ,Y tfT V si ).V: . i JAjlES;'HiRPER, EDITOR pOPRffiTq ; "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." $1:50, IN ADYAKCE. GALLIPO L I S V O III O,: M A Y 29, 1862. Volume XXVII, Number 28. 1T II! I - . . nicniaaia.itaen..-, f jn-.t ' iiiJi i y For the Gallipolis Journal. GEORGE ELMER'S BRIDE; OR, THE REFORMATION OF ROSE HILL COLLEGE. BY LEILIA V. BRIENT. CHAPTER I. So Uke your coarsest ease, girls, --V Aadacttosuit yoQrmiod;.- YUlUnie.f8m'bittewrteniiiiest .. And Jgk) tbgj; aJ aai 3ried. ;"15pHpjwae romantic end beauti ful spot, surrounded by a thickly set tled aod thriving neighborhood. It de rived iu name from the many clatter of .wild rose bashea which covered ita ateep and gravelly aide. Ob the top of Ihia bill atood a amall white acbool bouse, decorated by shade treea of ce dar and locusta. - Indeed it waa a love ly spot, and from it yom had a view of the surrounding neighborhood lor some distance. . Green meadows stretched far away to the right, inte...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 May 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. UIT AID PTTBUBHBD BT JATlESniRPER, far At 91.50, invariably hi advance R. L. STEWART, Aaotm Ehto, TTTTJKSTATr MAT 59 i 862. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. ,''Jymcx." Surely aatetement of the facts a yen pnint them to as, if m& to tte j PinwUir ot Uu lafijowy, wWd eS aewt an investigation. We know at no lew which rives the enperintend'ent a' right tokaoek doWn and drag eirtt aceoTarid Infirm paupers Such treatment deserrea censure Ho paa If fit for tflat station who wouM be guilty of It J K ahould at onoe t iovesti gated- .','.' j " "E; P. T.M "Hier i ignorance ia bliaa tit fclly to be wUe." Tour revelation would only render a devoted wife ifalserable, without forming the husband. Tell him of his fault, and appeal to bie tenae of honor.'. Show, him the dinger ef discovery, and consequent disf graee npon hi wife and children. If theae wiU not bring about a change, then be ii gone beyond redemption. Why Barrow op the feelings of a kensative confiding wogian, with tab wh...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 May 1862

From the Cincinnati Garette, 24th. NEWS OF THE DAY. Reports' which we publish .this morn in of the aebte in. the Prebytenan General Assembly -a Colnmbns, are of Tjnususl totem ' Mr. Gambil's (of Ma) resolution,' offered as an amend m.nL but virtually a ' a substitute for Tir. EaictiHJJDoi'9 able - and out snoken paper, tu laid on the table bj an .overwhelming majority..; At the re quest, fif .Pr.'B., a vote on his paper was postponed until Id-day, to enable VT. CBlCtUS or caunnore w upean against it,-' It will be passed triumph ntlv.' .' ; ' i . ... The official report of Gen. Milbot of the battle of Boll Pasture Mountain u published this morning. ' We also com- plete the list of killed, , wounded and missing in the engagement. We hare private information' from a gentleman residing on the Covington ds t : 1 rj :. j t. . " - , : t jjc.ijugi.im ikaujunu, BBOUl.D3iaw.s.y or- tween the two points, that never before bare the Secession sympathizers in that vacinity Teen so bold and impu d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 May 1862

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. BLESSED BIBLE. BY ROWENA A. BLANKERSHIP. Bleated Bible, golden treason, r ' Better far than diamond mi; ' 1 Id tha wealth beyond aB aseasnre, Leadi at to car God in prayer. In thywordtwt find a leasts. Teaching duty every day, "'" Pointing oat to ut the blotting , Of the good old narrow way. Thou art eomfert to tit weary. Thou art riebe to the great, -- Soothing all, who ead and dreary, StriTe to enter Eaarea' gate. BlesteJ Bible, teacK me, Bring, " Firolyonthytrathatorriy,- . Guide me aa my way to Hcerenr Ae tne momente ewiftly fly. Keep me erer Bring efoeeTy -To the doctriaee teaght in thee; - Dar br day to find nwre lorely, ' -faith and hope, aad charity. In thi vale of tight and aadneea, What ia iband ae-trow and dear. Bringing to my heart such gladness,. ; , That my too may knew ae fear. When the pane oTeTeatt are eermr And my dying hoar hae oonMr Hr the lessens learned from thee-, Guid me on to Hearea my home. Dying may I preea thy pa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 June 1862

iiz t,. -f. . : " -t "T T " ' Iflfl1if iTlf II-Jt 4y -1 JAMES HARPER,. EDITOR AM) PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE. 81:50, IN ADYAKCE. Volume XXVII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 5, 1862. Number 28. 5 fll II III It! For the Gallipolis Journal. GEORGE ELMER'S BRIDGE; OR, THE REFORMATION OF ROSE HILL COLLEGE. BY LELIA V. BRIENT. CHAPTER III. The light which we noticed in our last chapter came from the apartment of Helen Clinton. She was ousy who lier own thoughts, and even when the clock struck twelve, she still sat by her window in deep silence, her face boned in her hands. The candle was fast burning oat, and at half past twelve the last faint rays flashed over the room. She started as the light fell full on her face, and it was a ghastly sight, strange to see what a change had been wrought in so short a time. She was as pale as death, her eyes swollen and her air was that of despair. The light had ex pired and the moon just rising shewn in unrivaled splendor through the open window. Helen r...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 June 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED 4HB PTJBLIBB"ED BT JAMES D1RPER, f3T&t SI, 50. invariably in advanoe , R. L. STEWART. Ahbibtaitt Emtob. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : JUNE 5, 1862 TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. "Ltath." R is out of our power to effect the change yoa apoak of, npeeMy at this crisis. Bear patiently your grievances, and all wiUMon.onierirfit. The Government is unwlc oaraed in quashine thii rebel lion, to attend to matters of minor importance. "Miss J." We are of opinion that your re- Cfaest would not be granted. Your age and inexperience -would make against you, and allow us to say, your charming personal ap pearance and winning manners, are entirely too fascinating for the position. However, if philanthropy be your motive, and a sincere desire to contribute to the welfare of the slot and wounded soldiers, we wilt present your claim fa due time. "Sigma." If there is anything we love to look at, it is a lady on horseback, if she knows...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 June 1862

[From the Cincinnati Gazette, 2d.] NEWS OF THE DAY. A severe battle was fought on Satur day near Richmond, in which the Na tional troops were victorious. The ene my attacked the right wing, gaining an advantage at first, over the division commanded - by Gen.' Casst, which acted badly; but other divisions were brought promptly and handsomely into action, under the immediate direction of Gen. McCleliah, driving the rebels back with heavy loss. The bayonet decided 1 the day. Gen. McCllln occupied the field of battle. The ene- my renewed the attack yesterday morning, but were repulsed in every case. The rebels having concentrated all the forces that they ean expect to bring against Gen. McClkllah, their policy is to give battle immediately, before McDowkll's division ean get within supporting distance, and they may be expected to continue to try their strength until they either succeed r become satisfied of their inability to cope with the army of the Potomac Fortifying does not appear ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 June 1862

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. THE TRUE CHRISTIAN. THE TRUE CHRISTIAN. BY ROWENA. Gire me the firm and trusting heart, Bounding with love and mirth. Such are the hearts, like stare, that tiglt Thie cold and dreary earth. Such hearts are ever brave and troer No matter where they rore. Can at the thsoae for mercy sua for all, for grace from a bora. Gire me the bright and laughing eye-. Where smiles like sirs-beams play. That yet for sorrow's moarnfal sigh. Can weep, or drive away. . Gire roe the gentle chiding Which bids as hope and pray. And as we journey on, rejoice That Christ t Heaven has shown the way. Give me the hand the opens wide, . To aid the wretehed poor, . And always ready to divide ' With need and want, their store. ' These are the traits we all should near. Such traits to angers given, Ch ! may we all their beauties wear. And reap the reward is. Heaven. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES ON THE DEATH OF ADDISON B. GARDNER. Co. F, 33D REGIMENT, O. V., WHO ACCI...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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