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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 June 1850

ggsjteu.'- ti tv-cajo amass Mr. Webster. When a resolution was brought in hero by tho Senator from Geor- gia .Mr. Bcrrienj agahVet continuing the war lor tho acquisition of territory it was nega tiVd bv tho votes df the Northern Democra- cy? :dr. Douglas. Well docs that vote prove "that il 39 done under pledges to tho slave Interest:' It only proves that the Whigs who voted for the icsnhition were opposed to the acquisition of California and New Mexico and that the Democrats who voted against it wire in favor of the acquisition. That is nil It proves and that we an urouu to cuniess. The Democracy Jstaim cuiiioruia anu ocn Mexico as ilVc rich fi nils of their labors. We acknowledge with piide that we stood by our country hi n just war against a cruel and bcrfidious foe and that the Requisition nt those Territdiies are some of the substan- tial results of our policy. And because we annexed Texas and thereby provided for the exclusion of slavery from live and a half do-! . ... . . -. ....

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 June 1850

c. r- : ? ously executed for the period of twclvo years. It was a mere dead letter without the slight- est effect upon the admission or exclusion or slavery; and in the language of the distin- guished Smator from Massachusetts in his lato speech it was "an entirely useless and in that connexion cnliitly senseless thing. concluded next WELK.j rj-w. "-i-" - - -" i"'' L " - - - -mw ri rn t XT T 1 if II T f i K N ' A IN V ii. ii V . A nr.MOcR.VTIC REPI'BLICAN JOURNAL Aflronuiiis EQUAL KIO UTS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AWD OPPOSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOLIES C LA RKSVILLt: SAITRIUY. JTXK I isriO. V. II. PAUIKlti i. thr niuliorirril nsi-nt fur (lie Sinil:tid at .Vi'ir Yor!i Ihilniir-Iihin. mid Itonlon. mVrSllCT jnit:r AMOS MOKU1LL i- a candidate for the office of Judge ot iherighlh Judicial District We are authorized to announce G. A. EvrrtTs Ia..asa!iIlaietorliwriJUdgeuiiuccigliihAl1j.iro ie orj arc()I lieJ v wu liirlcfii lli.trtff I WILLIAM S. MOW). Candidate for Jiide of the Sib Judicial D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 June 1850

GEORGIA AND THE SOUTHERN CON- VENTION. " rno.M tiic ?iaco" citizen. The Macon Telegraph of Tuesday last in u paragraph rallying the people lo the polls on thst day closes thus: "The man that would surrenclfcr the outpi n!3 o( the citadel by refusing to vote to d.iy cannot be relied on to giu battle when the enemy are within the wall-." The result of the election for de Ientcs to the Nashviire Convention in Bibb county uhowslhnl not otie-lweiilistli pnrtofthe voters of the county tared any thing about the 'citadel' and are therefore unreliable when the enemy arrives within the gates accoidit.g to the foregoing. Only about 70 voles were polled here on Tuesday at said election! Think of that Master Brooke! Methinks it is n sorry causa that cannot muster more troops and that too on a regular sale day ol the county. Such a test of reliability in the hour of danger is thetcfore Madmissi- hle. rnoM Tiir. rkiffi.v whig. The election for Delegates lo the Nashville Conventions uursuniit to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 June 1850

wnf-tjT-arvM'm.mifirrjr'-r'A?.i n ji i i I'fii i iTt mn i in n ..tttt-ttti1 irri-ini i iigi.JJg'Eg-gJ-EJ'g-J :;.; fwm 'rrnrxa ' r !ijLmii "' B CHARLES DE MORSE VOL.7 SPEECH OF MR. DOUGLAS Or ILLINOIS. ON T1IK TF.HMTOHIAI- QUESTION. Is- Sin-vte Mi:cit 13 1S50. coNTi.Nuri) rnoM i.vsr vvr.r.i.. Tim Si-intor tWiti srmlli Pir..liin of lncbuiator Iromfcoulli Oarolm.i at - tcr ffliini; through with the catalogue ix irriiitril tfrtrfiik.in nii;l Nni!hnn iinii' and then gave the answer which I will read: " But can this be done Vc- ra-ily : not liy the weaker parly lor it can of Um-Ii d int!iinir. not even protect itell : lint 1 tliet-ironuir. Tl.o North has mil Id will ii to accomplish H ; to do justice Iy conceding to il.eJ-'otith m equal nirlitin tlic ac- quired icrritorv. r.il to do her ilulv bv causing tin' Mijiuliiiniis relative to lugitive s! tves to be t uililid- Iv fiilliillcd : in reie the airilition til the sl.ivc question ami ta provide fur iho in-cninii id" a yni- vision in i!c.n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 June 1850

s iAUlgyii'uaJJ gard what had come to be considered a proper practice in the admission ot new State to wit a proper regard to the eqni. libiinmof the two sections in the cn- afe. Mr. Douglas. I know ofno such pr.Te- Vr.i- no such usage. It lias so happened that once and a while a .lave State and a lVcc State have come into the Union at the same time; it was the result of acci- dent and not of a settled purpose to pre- serve an equilibrium between the free and slave holding States. We disavoW any such purpose. It is a new doctiinc broached for the first time during the last few days. Michigan and Arkansas were brought into the Union at the same session audlowa and Florida in the same act: but it wa3 so done merely because those States happened to be ptcpared for admission at the same time. Florida mi kept out by the common consent of the whole Union for seven years net because there was no Northern Territory ready but because she was not entitled to ad- mission. Mr. King". I will exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 June 1850

THE FLOOD. The Memphis Eagle of the 9th insl. says: The River nt this point swells slowly and has risen about 1 inches since our Inst re port. I he rise considering the vent for the irflow (40 miles buck) of the ii is equal to a rise of 3 feet waters in the ovc A vl-nnclo li.tf Inni when the river is wilhin its banks. On . ; ttiiliin itQ limits i n esdny night at Pittsburg thcic were 2I tin the channel and rising n.pidly: at Tue; feet Louisville 7 feet on the Fall; slow I v. Throughout Aiknnsns nml ATrtrll XI .... -.... w 4 lrtl uiiuiiuiiu (TII3CIP3I ' " " - ...... tains have prevailed and all the streams are licavily snnllen in consequence. Unr worst who have the spirit to act out bravely the is- anticipations of high water will probably be hmd sentiment in favor of Ameiican nation icaliscd. ality the Hying to the breeze in this rich- Fiom iho New Orleans Bulletin of the 7th; cl :ind most icuutiiil ofihc Antilles of the A gentleman who arrived yesterday from i0g (f republican freed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 June 1850

tfi'-'K' w n in 8KT n OUR HOMESTKAD. bv Jttss. nitcan carev. Oiir.oldturovvii hoincMcad reared its walls tFronf ilie way-ride dust aloof 'Where the apple boughs could almost cast jriieir fruitage on ils roof AiiJ the clierry trees so near it grew j ""That when awake I've lain j In the lonesome nights I heard the limbec As they ctealved ngaint the pane ; And those orchard trees! O those orchard tree.-.' g I've seen my little brothers rocked In their tops by the summer breeze. That svVCol hriar under the window sill Which the early bird made glad And the damask r...-e by the garden lence Wcte ail the flowers we had. I've leolied at many flovvcis since tlien 1 - Exotics rich and rare. That in other eyes were lovelier f Dm not to me so fair ; Eor those roses bright oh tho--e roses bright I have twined them with my sixers locks That arc laid in the dut from sight. We had a well a deep old well Where the springs wore never dry And the cjoI drops down from ihe mossy stone-. Were falling co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 June 1850

.&' E8!! S?W tPB t? t HI TttP P P B P J?5 HP M U3I& tev '-. Uilu3jtiii-umtjjLuiuiiaMa iwA'.MM-rai-Bfciiiji-M-L8xtjk-ij..ij.i. tmwjT'Hi nummmj miawuij m'J'iwn in jmu.mmi iit'muii iim in niMiamjuaj"- ...... .muMmmiHiu i imii iiifi CHARLES DE MORSE. r.o.vG sii.vi.r our baxxer brave the iirkkze the standard of the free. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. i 'r VOL. 7 frrsrif"w rTiri'1- stxzm&ET'.z T11K POP I'LAK CRKKD. Dimes an J ilulhrs ! dollars and dimes ! n empty pocket's the worst of crimes ! If a man's down give lain a thrift Trample the beggar into the dust ! Presumptuous poverty's tiuiti appaling Knock him over ! hick him for filling ! If a man's up oh ! lift him higher ' Vour soul's for sale and he's a buyer ? Dimes and dnIUrs ! dollars and dimes ! An empty jacket's the worst of crimes ! 1 know a poor hut u'uitliy youth. Whose hopes aic huilt on a maiden's truth Hut the maiden will hreak hct vow with rase T'or a wooer cometh whose clnrais are these A hollow heart and an empty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 June 1850

;gs&-a.a'-iB5"JiJiJ-i vHffcrtmcf Storm' .T D E A T II U P OIN T IIEOCEAM. Upon a recent voyage from Liverpool to New Ytuk.l became acquainted with a young man a fellow passenger who was going on .. . . M. I r . ... lu'. 1 was stuiek Wt'l'i li:S Vppcr.rance. lie was of slcrtdcf make with a gloriotn forehcai and eyes of delicate blue. Ilislmir v.'as liifhl auburn in its color and his cnnntcnaiin. ex- pressed a nobility and frankness that is rare- ly found. We "were introduced and from some cause became quite intimate. I soon found that wo possessed mutual tiiends in England. He had' come from ono of the best fami'ics of the. upper-stratum of what is called the middle class of English society. It Is not strange that we became intimate for loved his native land and he loved mine Upon the pleasant moonlight nights wo sat upon the quarterdeck conversing about the land the homes and the friends we were leav- ing of England's poets and statesmen; or shifting the scene of our own New Eng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 June 1850

J & QT CTn Tv nl? oTPYPn FROM LOST bl OLLN. Oil STUAi LD 1 uuji Five dollars reward will be paid ?y no black orYl.itevbowi!lffi-c.nfr the suuTii.' one mrttinn States is to be found who lms Hsnpi'cad since the -ltli ot marcu j-'. '"- ;Mcunstunccs ulniost indescribably painful. time iiewassernoriK.ii" "" " ""." It appears that a young gentleman (a widowi liefoimcd bis Cabinet. It is uncertain pr mj bccn jaj.;llg ijs addresses to he what lias since become of him or what ; -or scvcrai months und finally the day wa- course he has token; hut it is supposed scl aart when the nuptial ceiemony wm that he has either gone to Caliloruiu on j0 take jicc. It appears hoivevcf that sonic errand of Air. Uenlon. previously to J the widower had promised his first wife on Itte departure there. or that he is harbored ( her death-bed that he never would get innr- A'orth bv Hale. .Slnitli. and Seward or tried again; hut when time had smoothed his fit her abolitionists. It is supposed Unit lie is on fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 June 1850

asusaai.'i.tJjgLgi'i-J3B&ujiiilm: ssjnsrrsrs: L'f . ' i icw ' m.m.JJ93Z&JJli!IUrTT. SORzoinra: V. J!J!il?JL!LyjL AxIiueii .nvcitTiscMn.NT. Lost on Sat- urday la's! but (he owner doca not know where an empty s.ick with a cheese in it. On lhcack the lettcis P. G. are maikcil but o completly worn out as not to be legible. What makes you s'.-il-sltiltcr fo? Why why-why d-d-d-don"t you g-g-go to the man I Judge. I fine 3011 ten dollars for isupet- that c-c-e-cuercd tne? "" lincnce. Testimo.w. A witness being called to give evidence in a court in Connecticut ics- .I il.. I .. li . !.! .. i.llil..lt.1AItff - peeling lie l..-s 01 Msnn.g.nu.. . ' ' "V; . --.iiiiiiiir s-iio.inai mini s.iiu tii.41 ..-.n said that Pull told her that she see a man . . .... .t i. .1 i. Iliai see n nov tu 1 ennni-io uic- si.ve e uu ' . ! .11 11 ii streaked flannel shirt all checked 1 l.eckeil. ii.MiLu.11u ii.i.ii.i-. ci.ecl.ed; ami our g.us won 1 u ..r uur has f hipped then a thousand tunes" tor b" '" (Jre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 June 1850

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHARLES DE MORSE LO.N& SII.1XX. OUR iiXSSER. BRAVE THE BR.EEZEi5riIE'sAfD.RD OP THE FREE. - EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 2 2" 1S50'. VOL. 7 NO. 43. MY WUKD SHALL NOT PASS AWAY." A single-hearted simple nun Stood by a river side And waited that the rolling flood Might pout iway its tide. An csgcr-licarted. carried child Knell li the stream of truth And wondered Low llut stream had run fcinec lime was m it youth. The river rolleil and watted not ; The traveller turned aside ; The child became a thoughtful man And still he knelt ard died. Tis pat and where the billow broke A field lb green with sod Yet still that silent stream of truth Is flowing forth from (lod. Lin- us iioi'i: Foil m-rrrr.u days. Let us. hope for better d ivs ' We have struggled long together Hoping that the summer's rays Might succeed tlie wintry weather: Hoping till the summer came Tli.it to u- scem'd u inter -till. Summer winter all the same!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 June 1850

From lloldcn'a llcvicw. RECOLLECTIONS OF THE TIMES OF GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON. It is tny intention to do justice to the living and the dead; and hi writing these papers I shall .avoid all partisan bias or fueling. I mean. to. write of Andrew Jackson the man thii'staicsman and soldier bilt not of Au- drcw Jackson the partizan and leader ol' one of the most powcrlul parties that ever existed in this country. The first finlc I had any intercourse with tliis celebrated man was in the year 1321. As I was crossing the Eiplenade in the city of Nashville on a very warm and sultry day in the Month df June 1 met him near the State lloiisc'; ac'coirlpaiiied by Doctor Jironough his Uicrt military surgeon and friend and two br thrccjother individuals eminence. He slop- ped me somewhat abruptly and said In me. :"I will thank you young man to sign this jiaper. It is a remonstrance against chatter- ing a score or more of Hanks Come my Voung friend don't hesitate; step over the .vav to Stpnlien n:inr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 June 1850

I. strnctiojis 1'Iujxs Indigestion Dtprarcd and Dc i nnNSTiPATinN nPTHF RnwFiR. nR- IMPURITYOFTIIE BLOOD. II gives TOXEnnd vigor to the mglstiye organ's nntl is remarkable for its Animating' Strengthening ami Restorative Properties Publicly admitcd by Dr. Townscnd inamif.ic.tur- cr of Tow nsend's Sarsaparilla ti be FlU IIKTTER THIN" Sins.ir.lRH.I.l." III corroboration f the above read the annexed custom of interim din" ar-1 communication as eonelusnx testimony and pioof tides with foicign wort's is inliculcd by Uic " """ . i;rmrnhfr . r or our part I ... il. i. :.. i.-l ftnt : Ion are aware that as the originator ot ..... im-ir n i ii-ri iii'i i.iirv iiiiii:ii in ins - -- 11:11 -tv - .... - -.1 . -...!... v 1 1 1. ...1 ... 1 r 1 IT 1 1 mi; - r.iLii'iiuci" v. uuiimu 1 iiiusi iuu iiuu iiiv sci moil auoui uic original u. 01 i. .-..: .; eMal he Illluler()Ub Medicine presented or sco an editor drag 111 1' 1 ciich and Latin 011 fr 110 patronage. I have watched with much every occasion no ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 June 1850

IS A bENblBLE FATHER The Norw oik G!?.cttc t.f Tuesday last tra- Jai.is n ldg act.i-rl uf a rtninr.iie affair nnich recently occurred partly in that neigh- borhood and partly in this cily. A 50U5 Hro'oklyn lady aboot fifteen years of age Mid nil oideul Norn nil; youth it seems be- came desperately attached and ns tin other way 6f Ibriiiinniing their suspense appeared planned an clopment. The young lady stole a iray at caily dnwh crossed the Enst liter found tier lover in waiting and took ihu Hist tr.iiii to ftoiivallt. The futlier missed his daughter at bictikfat suspected tiie cauc and followed in the second train. On reach- ing Xoru ail: lie found the fugitives had left for Wilton and (hence for Poundiigc the Gretna Gt ecu of Tail field county in com- pany wi'li their giooiiismen and luitloinaiils. Just as he caim- in sight of them his enr- iiagehiokc donti Hut as it happened thev had all taken the wiong road and the wedding naif v was obliged In tin n hack. The ust ofllies-toij n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 June 1850

' Me RTHERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE!. LOXC SHALL OCR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7 CLA1UC3 VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS- SATURDAY JUNE 29 1850. NO. 44. w..T'fWig '".-y.j..."w.yr!..1i're-l - . 'imv Ill TJ 1 1 mp fi I II m - V0 1 1 & Si LINKS. BY CEOliCC D. rBENTIL'E. Tiie sunset's sweet ami holy blush - Is imaged in the sleeping stream ; All nature's deep and t-olcmn htiili Is like the silence of a dream ; And peace seems brooding like a dovo O'er !-cenes to musing spirits dear Sweet Mary t is the hour of love And 1 were blest if though wert here. The myriad llovvers of every hue Arc sinking to their evening rest Each with a timid drop of dew Soft folded to its sleeping breast. The birds within yon silent grove Are dreaming that the spring is near Sweet Mary 't is the hour of Jove And 1 were blest if thou wert here. On yon white cloud the night wind furls Its lone and dewy wins to sleep And the sweet stars look out like pearls...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 June 1850

DUE AM OF A STAR. ! TiiEnn was once a. child and he strolled about a good deal and thought 61" a. num ber of things lie had a sister who was :i child too and his constfint companion. These two used to wonder all day long. They wondered at the beauty of the flow- ers; they wondered at the height and blueness. of the sky; they wondered at the depth of the bright water : they won- florcd at the goodness aiid the power of Cod who made the lovelv world. They used to say to one another somr- times: Supposing all the children upon'ing from me like a garment and I move carta were to thv would the Mowers and intfwa'ter.a'nd the sky-be sorry? They believed they would be sorry. For said they the -buds are the children of the Howersran'd the little playful streams that gambol down the lifif-.Mcfcs arc the chil- dren of the water; and the' smalles bright specks -playing at hide-and-seek in the sky all night mftsf surely be the children of the stars: and they would all be grie- ved to sec their p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 June 1850

X ff For the Standard. Mr. Editor : 1 have just returned from- a ram- ie in the Chickasaw District. I paiJ a isit to 'ort Washita and I must express the satisfaction of an humble citizen in the way Uncle Sams busi- ness is carried on at least at this Garrison. Col. Miles its commandant is indeed all that is courte- ous and tKditc while no one can know-witnout es - teeming Capt Whitall. Lieut. Selden Neely. smdAbott arc thr. as gallant fellows as ever wore .word and n.v o:dv sh is that they way Aw . ""-. j the iieart anu nana 01 uio ui.igc oiiysicnn a HanJ years and tl.urshodoicsnci.r grow hss. m married. Thc alliance being consid- Dr. Bailey the assistant Surgeon is also nn anna- crcdt jccldcd step " up in the world" by all Ide and intelligent gentleman and is not at all back- tjic fjm;jys thc single bisters grew lazier and vard in his attempts to rtndcr a stranger agreeable prouder than ever while thc doctor's wife 1 regret not hav'ng made thc acquaintance of Maj. took a new and im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 June 1850

to ly KC1 RAISING THE WIND AND THE DUST1 We're oul of funds ' sighed Digges". There was no denying this. . But nl ihis moment a respectably clad per- sonage who was going down Broadway at New York speed tipped his' hat and said Good morning Mr. Digges.' Whcn'he said this he wjs gone but his words made great impressions on the mind of ISob. Who's that' he asked. Don't know his natiiej he belongs to my lodge; a very clever fclli'W.' Yorir Lidgc?' he echoed 'You are an Odd Fellow then?' Yes-" 'And Son of Temperance. Yes.'. rAnd a Hechabiter Ves.' '"And a United American Mcnchanie:' Yea.' Bob's face grc.v radiant. 'And yourciurs paid upr' Yes; why do you askr' exclaimed Dig- ges astonished at the sudden delight of bis friend. "Hoff much do these societies give to a sick brother?' 'Some three and sorncfour dollars a week.' 'What proof do they require of his sick- ness?' "The certificate of a respectable physician' answered Digges. A pause ensued. Bob seemed running over with an abundance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 July 1850

--- LONG SIlAXL OUR KaSwEK. BRAVE THE tiREEZE THE ST.IXD.IRD OP THE FREE. CHARLES DE MORSE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR- CLAllKSVILLE RED 11IVER COtJKTY TEXAS SATURDAY JULY VOL. 7 NO. 45. mm uni.gcia oaMggaiaMiBBKa..i iiaMpasnaii gonaL"" ' B1 1CKB" EaasmsJwi'Lff.Miii.'-CTTwmgigiigT'irM'Tr tnnwjUT i jmi jgwEMw p.imM i B-Tmy jm nu ninjwjjL'yaaBi THE i 01 VI W LAS BY RIOIVMI tOE JR. Tii-ir.nrrnu.ma. I'm -w'ccl MXtep'i AnJiililH Grime:. llic trover. Has popp'd ilie question 1 me ma A ii J wants !o lie my locr' To-morrow morn he say- maniina. He's coining here putc caily. To lakes pieasanl &rlkwiih me Across the field of bailey." "You miw not go. my gentle dear Thcic's no ie now a tanking ; Yon -hall not jrn acros- the field With Billy Grime- a walking. To think of hi prcMimptioii loo ! The liriy ugly tinner. I wonder where your prule has gone To think of such a liner." 'OK! Grimes is :-ca'J rir1 know mama. And Hilly i-so lonely ! Besides lhcy si to Giimcs c-t.ito That Hilly i- ihc only...

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