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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 May 1842

rlM NOT TUB GLORY OP OiBSAR DUT.TMB W B X. P A R n op ROME VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1842. LILY SVRITP. oln unparrttlltd remedy for Diseases of the Lungs, Consumption, Coughs, Influenza, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hooping Cough, c$c. ff. TO TUB 1'UUt.IC. la nre-cnting to iho pm lie a new remedy for die.v fes of the luncs.il raiv I t primer lt say lli.il. tuthrin-r from tho many ccitihVnic ami rcceoitimeiukitinns of oilier sprain- containd in Hie newspapers ol the day no new remedy wascnllel for or rcquin.il. U it if ihe pop il.ir romc do ti 3 . 1 materially le.-oned ihe lull of niorta ii v. "r any one of ihe many picnnratinn pc se-t-ed those virtue reri minciided, n ill n t nfur a la trial, (lie patient co ild depend upon it helling power', aii'l rationally hupe fur a speedy recovery ol health, tins liuiuj.le iillempi to arre-t life progress of Pulmo nary Coiiuinpuon wo-ilt' not liave appealed. Hut that the victim of thi destroyer are daily in crcam:r, nee...

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. — 27 May 1842

MAINE LliG-SLATURE. Tlio LociiUwoo'MalneTOrtat 03"'lA wlnrtki in "odienco - Prod on Wodncidoj A quofum of mattou of ov. MenbIwJi ald ,lt0 0ov. both liouses jr.cJ (itr(jof. C0nmunicMc( tnor being ' f , . , rsslon , to idem lhe--r 1 i . " pi. mcssntro was referred to a tnosiacc. 111 8 . . , lar o oft' ",,m,"L'ci consisting of nine ari P tno Part r ,MC Senate and 13 member- fc M c h is on the p' - . . . . of the committee. Chain' ... .j,, message was accompanied by the en of Mr Webster, Secretary of State, n lias been already published. Tlio vernor in Ills message states the purport i tlio communication mado to him by llio Secretary of'Stale by order of the President, and proceeds to present his views of the question submitted. Ho alludes to tlio fact that tho alternative to a settlement by a nc gotifilion fur a conventional line proposed by tho general government, is the submission of tho question to another arbitration, which tho State of Maiuo has remonstrated against, and he believ...

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. — 27 May 1842

Gov. Cloaveland of Colihoclicut, tho now loco foco Governor, goes for protection as incidental to revenue. Ilovcnuo with liim it the all important Hinder, and protection only when it can ho conveniently given by discriminating in laying duties. This is tho doctrine of that portion of the loco focos who admit that any protection canbe given in any case. There arc some good tilings in Guv. Cleavoland's messaco, but a great deal of flumcry.sovereal efforts at popularity hunting, lessoned with the usual humbug of the day. Tho Governor pays a compliment to Presi dent Tyler fur his vetoes, and intimates to him, that if he would only drop his Exche quer and take up the Sub-treasury lie might be re-elected. It is remarked that the Add isonian should bo delighted with themessego, fur it is a mere attempt to gammon the Presi dent, without the slightest idea of giving him any support, hereafter. Tho editor of the Boston Cultivator may know something about agriculture, but his notions of politi...

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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. — 27 May 1842

f cj- '..J .;., In touched hishirp,aad nations heard, entranced.' AlTiiO.VCIIlKO bU.AI.Mr.lt. BV jcttrii CUTLCK. liright stttmncr with licr frngrantbieaili A.'nin is draw inn near, AA'lien Nnturia (ico shall wear a ftiiihl And skiis In: suTt nnd char, And Mlrnuulip bubbling on their joy, As down lliv Inlli they tun, I.iko rills of puree! !ilvir 010 All molten by the n.u! And on the l-iki" deeply blue, The water Ikivvroishe, Willi I ps f rid, nnduic-iof lov-, I'n?t alinjl nn ilicsky ! AA'hJo a I the deep pi ecu woods around With meln 'y ii riff, And not a so I or nartl trc nut looms with fnynie life. Bads on the win.', nnd bees on flower', And in?,ets id.uieaiabys And, Icaiiliful : rainbow hue," The p-im ed liittti'i ll I .See lu.w the morniiiu L'lori-; loolc. To Itea vi n, wilh evt. . f blue. And ask, in client elonueiiu', b'or clreipmf nlvcr dew. Fair lihes lift their no'.vy enpi To catch tin penllei ruin, That Willi in iou.iiishIicinIIi reviv s ''he voiduru ol tho p am. Ob ! beaut...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 June 1842

NOT THE GLORV OF OjBSAR HUT THE WBJiFARB OF ROME. VOL. XV. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1842. No. 52. (I EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf Ittirlingtoii, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HART. THIS establishment, so favorably located fur the accommodation of tlio hii'iie. and travelling vuiiuiiunuy, now upen i" inc punue'. rew uoaclios upon the varrou route call at the Exchange Hotel tor paisentrers. and those arrivins or i1m.:i rl in I,.- Stcam Boat, in which c-a-e their bagrrageis removed ....il. ..... l. . II I-1 i .. . - T . t . . miiiii.iciiiirscJ win nnei litis uousc peculiarly lotncir eonveniciKv- The keeper tender hi service.-, with the assurance, tuai in mi rojwiis i iic nous snail ac-emt inc tavor able coavi.lcratioii of all who may patronise it. Uurlinmn, April 1, 1812. .i(. AMERICAN HOTEL and f; nvr.it AT sta;r house, BURLINGTON, VT. THK subscribers have leased for a term of ycnr this well known splendid establishment, which is very pleasantly ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 June 1842

LATER FUOM FNGLAND. Tho British Queon arrived on tho 17th ult. bringing Foreign lions up to tlio 7tli May. IN PARLIAMENT In tho IIouso of Lords, on the 5th, thore wns no session. House of Commons.-The principal business of tho night wasn protracted discussion about tho appointment of magistrates in several countries; great numbers having I een ap pointed, it was alleged, on political grounds and for political purposes merely. The de tails would bo of no intoicst to readers on this side of (ho water. White Slavehv. In tho IIouso of Lords, on tho 6th, tho employment of chil dren and females in collieries was spokonof petitions having been presented from vari ous parts of the coal districts, calling the at tention of Parliament to tho subject. Tho Bishop of Norwich said, That' comtdaiued of I In- employment of children of tender age, male and femalf, and o! young hoys end girl, in tho most sctere uruugory oi ine come; ris. In some nana of those collieries the "stains'1 in which the coa...

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. — 3 June 1842

s PnoGitnse or civilization in Russia ! Emancipation of tiic Seiu-s. The Em pcror Nicholas has coinniericcd tho process of emancipating tho serfs of Russia. These serfs, as most of, our readers tire doubtless aware, constitute tho great mass of tho labor ing population of that country. Thoy bo long to tho land, ns part of tho cstato of ove ry groat landed proprietor, nnd descend with it, from tho proprietor To his licir, just liko his ucres and the buildings upon ihcni. The Boston Atlas, noticing this subject, says ; "Ono of the boldest acts an act of tho "rent est magnitude in Ibis era is that contemplated by the emperor, of enfranchising- the vast portion of Russians born in a state of servitude. Tho nobles of the land, who are, however, whenever their rights nre invaded, llie cmpcrnrs of the land, have irivrii tho uitncr.at to understand that they will not mi' hi t it; and lie well knows thatpo - ii, i' e (1 i.vr, or tho cord, hive removed man,, nib-, .mr in " lio havecippn. od t...

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

He touched his lmrp,nnil nations heard, entranced." REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS. A glorious race they were the tried, Tlio true of ancient time Our glorious sires, who Med and died For this our own free clinic I Oh I hallowed be each sncrcd name, That fearless to the conflict camo, And freely on the battle plain Poured out jhtir Llood like drops of rain. Few are the sculptured gifts ol art, A Nation's love to tell ; And many a brave and gallant heart Hath mouldered where it fell. The spiry maize luxuriant wave Its long green leaves o'er heroes gravest And thoughtless wains tho harvest reap, Where iur stem Fathers' ashrs sleep. Hut after years the tolo shall tell, In words of light revealed, Who bravely fought who nobly fell And many a well earned field, Outspread beneath the Western urn, Shall livo wi h ancient Marathon, AndTionton's fight, and Princeton's name, Me linked with old Platen's fame. Hut the suiviving few who stand A remnant weak and old Sole relics of that glorious band Whos...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 June 1842

9 NOT THE OLOnV OF OJaSAR BUT TUB WSLFAKS OF ROMS. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNElQ 1842. " fT ' ' ..... - - - - ".11 .T ; - - - ' - ."7, -' I Wj7 UBIIII ' MffMWMjMMWMMMBMMiMBMMHHMMMIIIMLl.JIB3WBMlWWHiMMMMMMlMMMMMMMWWWiW'l JuliJ.y WWWWW -T I I ! if p I 'IHIII 111 11 EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the hcrtd of the Steamboat Wharf IStirllugtor, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HART. THIS establishment, o tavorably located for llie accommodation of lliu husoes anil travelling community, is now 0 cn to (he public-. Pcli Coaclie. Mpon the various route call at I lie Exchange Unlet for pasjengers, and ihosc arriving or ilt'iurtinz by Steam Iloal, in which ca-e their baercjac'e is removed without charge, will linJ this hou.epejuiiarly to their convenience The keeper lender, disservices, Willi (lie assurance, that in all respects the hou shall de-erve the favor Able consideration of all who may palroui-c u. ISurlinton, April I, IS 12. 13 f. ,1U(UI?S IH-jKNCK OK 1,1 I'll. A Valuable ill i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 June 1842

FOREIGN. Tlio steamship Columbia arrived at Boston n theSd Inst, bringing London anil Liverpool papors to tho 10th. . Tlio money market remained just about tho mmi) as at tlio last previous dates. Tho Queen's great Oal Masque was the most iplended affair of the kind over got up. The English papers arc full of the particulars. The Limerick Chronicle statesthatthoro was mow on tho Kerry mountains, In Ireland, on tho 15th. A successful experiment had been made in London, by ecvoral distinguished physicians, in removing a cataract from tho eye by moans uf galvanism. Tho subject created a good deal of interest. Seven more ships, with sixteen hundred troops had sailed for India, which shows a determina tion on tho part of tho government to push tho war against tho AfTaghnnif tan. There continued to bo a great many failure. in tho commorcial business of London, and al io in tho manufacturing towns. Ono of the heaviest houses in Manchester stopped pay ment on tho 14th. Tho southern Counties...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 June 1842

STARTING? CltlLDRttf IN the World The following extract from tlie works of a living wri ter, is tcpleto witli ound philosophy and com tnon sense : It is well worth tho attbrition of parents : " Many an unwise parent labors hard and lives sparingly all his life for tho purpose of leaving enough to give his children a start in the world, as it is called. Setting a young man afloat with money left him by his relatives, la liko tying bladders under tho arm of one who cannot swim: ten chances to one he will lose his bladders and go to the bottom. Teach him to swim and ho will never need tho bladder?, Give your child a sound education, and you have done enough for him. See to it that his morals arc purr, his mind cultivated, and his whole nature made subser vient to the laws which covern man. and you have givon what will be of more value than tho wealth of the Indies. Vou have given him a start which no misfortune can deprive him of. The earlier you teach him to depend upon his own resour...

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. — 10 June 1842

lie touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced." For iho Rurlinglon Vice, Press. WAR AND IT.ACK. Who that upon tho battle field, hath stood, And heard the roaring cannon's horrid sound, Whero copious issuing, blood unites with blood, And crimson rivers flow along tho.ground Who that hath heard the dying shrieks and groans, Of mangled victims, who their lives line sold j 'Or heard tho broken hearted widow's moans, Which his ory hath never fully told Who that hath seen the desolating train Of evd which from horrid battles flow, lloapa upon hesps the wounded and the slain, Orphans and widows, sighs and tears and wo Ah, who that ever fell these bitter woes, That would not in his very soul abhor Yea, who, among the son's of men, that knows These evils, would not deprecate a war! Whsre is the man who bnlh a heart so bas, To seek the laurels conquerors oil have wore, And gain ignoble fame and blnek disgracr, Hy balding sabres in a nation's gore. A nation's weal, nor let the hero siv, Do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 June 1842

J. I jrorapi if NOT TIIC GLORY c s s a n K O M E. IUihfcUnanuiii!itnmuiM.nimMi "ITtlir I" m VOL. XVI. MItLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1812. nuT t h a welfare op No. 2- EXOIINGE HOTEL, "Water street, nl llit head if the Steamboat Wharf 15m lliigton, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HART. niHIS ctablitiiticii lt.-o l.ivornl.ly located for itic X accommodation of busiic.s ami travelling community, l now open to the public. Pot Coaches upon tlio various routes rail at the Exchange Hold for passengers, and those arriting or etcpurting bv Strain Hout, ill which case their baggage's remove.! Tilhout charge, will lind this huuc peculiarly to their 'Convenience. t The keeper lenders his service-, Willi the assurance', tliat in (ill repccl, the hulls .-hall deserve the favor able ronsiileration of all who may patroni-e it. llurlinton, April I, 1842. . .',3tf. AMERICAN HOTEL AND (JUXUIIAI, ST.UiE HOUSI, BURLING TON. VT. T HIJ subscribers have leased for a term of this well kn-uvii splendid establish...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 June 1842

THE AMERICAN SYSTEM. Wo find tlio following in tlio National In telligencer of Thursday. Tlio place ol its date, says tlin Boston Courier, is sufficient to satisfy us that it is the production of Mr Wm. J Anvis, formerly one of our diplomatic agents in Europe, and now ono of tlio most intelli gent practical farmers in the nation. COPY 01."a Lr.TTEtt From A Farmer in Vermont to a fierJtcmonin H'nehinglon. N'EATiir.iisriCLD, April, 1S12. Hear Sir I iccclvcd your three Idlers of the 31st ultimo nnd 1st amrindiintiint, last nialit, find was tii'ippointpd nnd mortified at the course llimas are taking m NVahin:loii in relation to a tarilTpohcy. It is now about uhieenrs silica the cxpdiincnts on the currency brain. We had not thon wisdom rnowgh to lot well ennnsh nl ne, and what Ins been tlio consequence J Why, wc li'ivu been o.xpeiimcnt in: and oipjri-ncntintr, until vvidc-spreni ruin has overshadowed the land. Hundreds of thousands of the most hid -sirioin clnscs of tlio community, and t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 June 1842

WHIGS vs. LOCOfuCO EXTRAVAGANCE During the Administration of Van Huron, wlillo the loco's wore running up a National Debt instead of husbanding tlieir moans, tlicy Buffered their District Attorney in New Yoil; city to receive greater pay tlian tlio I'rosidont of the U. States 1 Tliat Was locofoco c.vtrava gancc. Now the Whigs arc in power, and in tlicir first appropriation bill for civil and diplomatic officers, they have limited the pay and perqui sites of this officer to a fair compensation ; and thoy have also limited the perquisites of all U. S. attorneys, clcrlis and marshals, ''it's, wo suppose, is what the Patriot calls Whig extrav agance. Such facts need no comments. DEATH OF GOV. BARBOUR. Last evening's mail brought us thr- sad ti dings of the death of tho lion. James Barbour, ono of the noblest of the sons of V.rginia j who had filled with honor tho highest trusts which his state could rfpoo in him, successively du ring many years Speaker of the house of Del egates, Govern...

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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. — 17 June 1842

lie touched liis iMrpjiiiiil nations heard, entranced. " FOll 12 ST WO US II 11'. BY K. F.UtOT, TUB C01l.S-l..V FOET OP ENOtASO. Within the sun-lit forest, Our roof of bright blue, sky ! Where ft Hmtnin's llow and wild flowon Mow, We lift our heart un high t llcncath the flown of wicked Hint, Our cjitntry'sslr m.t'1 is bowini', 1'ut tliitnks to (od ! lliey can't prt'cnt Tim louu wild llowcr lrom blowing. Hark, high above ihoirce top?, The lurk is soarina free i Where etieams the light through broken clouds, Ilis sptcklid bnatt I see. Hoiicath the niiyhiof wicked men, The poor man's worth is dying ! Hut thnnktd be (iod, in spite of them, The lark 6I1II wurb.es, nylon. The picacbtr pi ays' Lord, ble ti" I' 'Lord, bless lie!' echo erica.; 'Amen !' the breezes murmur lnr, 'Amen !' the nil rcplii s : Thu cutsctcs toil of wo-worn hearts, The proud willi pang? are pn)inj;J lint line O I Uod of euilh and hcjun, Tbo humble, hcait is praying ! Itnw sultly, in the pauses Of ons; re-echoed wide...

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. — 24 June 1842

It. A NOT THE G L O H Y OP CiQSAH COT TUB WELFAnn Or HOME, ' amrTMiiti.i.iit hi 11 urt.'cLtM m.i'-uwwr, i 1 iTroaMMrrCTTMaiinin;,rmim wr- "ZZZ. r 111 mi miiimii imimiiiiimimiiiihimmi iiiiwiiiibiiiimiihi imiw t VOL. XVI. Jill II L I NOT 0 N VERMONT, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1842. No. 3. EXCHANGE HOTEL. Water street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf Ilurlington, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HAllT. THIS etablihmcnt, o lavor.ihly located for llie ai-commeidiition of tho litnc unci travelling community, 1 neiw open to tin; puhlie-. Po-t Conches upon the various route call at the Exchange Hotel lor passenger, and ilmse arriving or departing by Steam lloat, in which evu their baggage 1 icmnvcd "without charge, will find this hou-e peculiarly to their gtir.vcn'ence. The keeper tender hi ervioo., with the assurance', mat in an rcpcct, the liou shall ile-ervu the lavor wife considuralion of all who may pjtrunite it. ilurlintoti, April 1, IS 12. 43!f. AMERICAN HOTEL AND GUN Hit AIi STARK IIOILSE, BURLINGTOi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 June 1842

LOCOFOCO POLICY RESOLUTIONS OF TUG STATE CONVENTION. In nrcnrilanco ivith our promlno last wook, wo preened lo giio llio resolutions adopted nt Iho rocoul -lucofoco stnto convention. This wo do, as wnll for the information of our rcadore, is for tlto purpose of nppoudmg a few remark. They open, ai follwn, upon , THE VAUIFF. IlAr(vn, n tnrifT liill has hern reported to the II on so of lUVrefcutative" in Congress, hy n mnjori. ty ollhe Committed on Mnn-ficiurcs, m which it is proposed to'lny a duly nf 2(5 per csnt. and 1 cents tier Hi. on l'iinonil wind costing over 8 i ts., and word mij.r tlut cost to lie duty frto, nndto lay a du iv of 40 per cent, on Manufactures nf wool, with an addition of 10 per cut. to tnka effect in 1913: and whereas, I lie .Secretary of thn Treasury has lent in n hill to Congress, by width it is proposed lo imposes duty of thirty per cent, on woul costing over cght cent", and 3 per cent on wool costing less than that sum and a Jury of 10 per cent, on Manufact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 June 1842

r with indignation and nnon tlio glistening tear betrayed tlio dco emotions of tho heart. But it needs not that wo should attempt a de scription of tlio cloqiienco of such ti man, to say that Honry Clay spoke, would ho suf ficient. Wo shall, nt thu earliest opportu nity, picsont our readers tho two speeches in fnll. Excellent letters were read from lion. Thomas Ewing, Ion. Uoyd McNnlcy, Hon. J. It. Underwood, and other distinguished genllomcn. A great number of volunteer toasts were presented. The number on the ground was estimated at 25,000, of whom about 3000 wore ladles. All intoxicating drinks were excluded from tho ground, and tho day passed off most happily and without the slightest accident. Long will it ho re membered in tlio ami's Kciitucy! ItllODI 1M.ND. Tho Tory papers in this State and else where arc constantly in the habit of imposing upon their readers the grossest misrepresen tations in regard to the controversy which lias distracted die people of Rhode Island for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 June 1842

touched his linrp,and nations heard, entranced.' Till! BLIND BOY. uv ii ::sah r. could. Oh ! tell me the farm of the soft Summer air, That tosses so gently thecurl of my hair It breathes on my lip, nnil it fans my warm cliccck, Yet uivcs me no answer, though oflen I speak. I feci it pity o'er nil refreshing and kind, Yet 1 cannot touch it I'm blind, uhl I'm blind 1 And niinit, what is ill and where does it dwell? I sink nnd I mount with its cadence and swell While touch'd to my heart w th its deep thrilling strain Till pleasure, till pleasure is turning to pain j Whit brightness of hue is with music cotnl ined ? Will any one tell tncl I'm blind, oh I I'm blind) The perfumes of timers that are hovering nigh, What are they 1 on what kind of wings do they fly ? Are not they sweet an? els that come til delight A pour little buy that knows nothing of sight J The sun, moon and stars arc to me undefined, Oh ! ttll what light is ? I'm blind, oh I I'm blind ! SPEED OP LIFE, rtiOM TIIE GERMAN...

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