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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

KOTICE. LL -jlaims~agalisrtl« Undersigned to be immediately presented for pa ment. ? ? JAMES SPfiKCfl. Launces^on, i)thJuly, 1S31. THE Inkafcitanis if^ac^art T«wa-and its vicinity are respectfally informed^ that Mr. MILNE, Post Office, Hobar-t TownHias been appointed AGfiNT ter the-.«XMj«cEBToN Abvkrtiser ;m and that all receipts given by-hiia on ace. of the iwdersigaed, will be acknowledged. — ? ? HENRY D0WL1NG. July 11, 1831.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, JULY 11th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTOX, JULY Uth, 1831.; ARIUVtO. July 8th, the cutter Fanny, J. Jacobs^ master, from Circular Head, with a cargo ot wool, wiieat, &c» Passengers, John Ramsdaie, wtfe and six children; Wm. Burke, wife and two children ; James Dow, wife and two children ; aud — * — Samnson. . _ ? ^.JiUf ptb, the schooners Resolution ana prince Ambnt, with merchandiierboth^ronrSydney . The Mary has dropped down the river — Vessels r»n»riffing'' in the Harbour.— Bark Tho mas Lawbie ; brig David Owen ; schooners Re solution and Prince Regent ; cutter Fanny. HOBART TOWN, JULY 9. ARRIVED. June 27, the schooner Eagle, Capt. Sinclair, from Swan River. SAILED. July^&r the 7barq«e Buck£NFIM,d, Captaln^A. Riddell, for Sydney. ? . * July,:9, the brig Celi a, with an assorted4:««p for Laanceston. ' ,~ j \ # The John to sail yesterday, (Sunday) for England.

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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PASSAGES FROM THE DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

PASSAGES FROM Tflfi~DIAUY'OF^Ar LATE PHYSICIAN. (From Black wood's Magazine,) The Turned Head — Hypochondiuasis* Janus like, has two faces— a melancholy and a laughable one. The former, though oftener seen in actual -iife, does not present itseH^so frequently to the notice of the medical practitioner as the latter ; though, in pokitof fact, one as imperatively calls — forJiis Jnterfejence as the nihpr. It may fo- 6afely asserted, that a permanently morbid mood of mind invariably indicates a disordered state of some part or other of the physical system ; and which of^the two forms of hypochondria will ma nifest iiself in a particular case, depends altoge ther upon the mental idiosincrasy of the patient. Wose of a dull, phlegmatic temperament, an — atrrred— byHn^rniixttit^-^i^-colii^oir^wUh the bustling activities _«f life, addicted to sombrous --trains of reflection, and, by a kind of sympathy, always looking on the gloomy side of things, ge nerally sink, at some period or other of t...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

TO- CORRESPONDENTS. ^WeEOBsiderthatwearenotboundtorejiiy^to the queries of ?? Enquirer,' unless he eau make it appear to us that they involve his per sonal intereit. As an anonymous correspond ent we must decline answering him.— r We would recommend Y not to take any notice t-f of the attacks made upon him by the Press. ' iaioly^merits^hat title) is best repsjied by *i lent contempt. The assumption of his signa «ure by another writer, we u»m lrave'nothingHt-- cio with. His promised favors shall meet with , attention.. r — The circumstance spoken of by 'Spy' are be neath our notice, as they relate to private men. The letter of Vindex is a Jibel.3 -4^4^-0^* Ly-e-are not' — ? — \ ? _.'_. Mr. B****s letter has been handed to us, but can not appear.

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THE [?] RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

Tiifi l'E\ liars' HETUUN. by wits. iii;matss_. My fath^Ps h«?«s«» ont'e morp, In its own moonlight beauty! Yet around, Something, amidst t\w dewy calm profound, ?— r. — — broods, 4U*v«r -marked .before 1 Is it the brooding night ? Is it the shivery creeping on the air, -That makes the home so tranquil aud so fair, O'er whelming to mjrsight'? All solemnized it seems, %A.nlTsTilFci, and darken'd in each time-worn hue, Since theTich, clustering roses met my view-, As oow, by starry' gleams. And this high eltn^ where Jast ? I stood aud lingered— where my sisters made Our mother's bower— I deemed not that-4t cast - So tar and dark-a shade ! / How spirit-like a tone Sighs through yon tree! My father's place was there At -evening hours, while soft winds waved his hair ! Now those grey locks are gone! My soul grows faint with fear! Even as if ,angel-steps had marked the sod. ; I tremble where I move — the voice of God Is itt the foliage, here ! ? Is it indeed the night That makes my home so...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, 11th JULY, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

LAUNCE8TON ADVERTISER, ~ ? JflUNkiy,-41thJ(4JiV7Jl«3U ? - We liave to submit a serious word or two Jor-thexonfijdejation-of the Authorities, on the subject of removing all prisoners for trial before the Supreme Court, to Hobart towii. ' Why the northern circuit should be thus broken up now there are two judges we cannot jconceive,-espeeially^as it oecGLyonaily took place when Judge Pi ©dr had all the ' duty to perform himself. It is a very inju dicious measure— one calculated to create and encourage crime. The delays, difficul ties, and expenses, ^hich will how attend I prosccutioj^^ili mate ra all) tend to^freFentl tiiem^ oJid tlitrs^te=€4a4g^tj'-tice will be ? _ «'efealBd~and-nian y ^ct «ni«als^scape. It is almost im.;j.ble for a person to leave his busioosBTra-t-his ^ide t© -^o -o«e£ ^ ? town on a prosecution.. For insUnce, our sej ves— n^o^rco¥l^w^^e'away from Laun cc^toa for a wej^i)r^lDrlnigMlogetir-»r f It would be a moral impossibility ; and we must therefore . ut up wiUi de...

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PAUPER EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

PAUPJiR 1E3WIGBATION. The mofosKD Importation' op Laborers from England— This -subject seems to engross ^^^teBnjien-o^^e:pub4lc--at ihe present time, 'inoTeTlian any other political measure now onHfce tapis. A diversity of id^as-appc ars to+iave arisen as to the effect which the step would produce -upon-the-Golofly. — Some argue ~4hat-4t-w«uid4)e- becicriciai—Hir^ry tlie cohtrafy^wi^^^^^^r and by far the greatest portion of the people an J^l^^^ii^6!1^??!.11*011 °^ *^e piobable result Under these circumstances we feel bound to con - sider the matter in detail, with a view of putting both sides of the question In juxta position ; from -which a4-ettetJi-ppiprt4inily ,wi\\ 4-e afforilfed for. ?the public to judge for themsplyes^ To eflfectAhis _jibje£Lwfe_J-ropose to treatthe subject under tlie ^TolIowlogJiPads ;— ^ J7 Xst^tht advantages derivable from 4he-mca$urt. Indly .—Xhe ubjctlioM to its and '3r4&~~\iy cant, rusting the two j inter Y lujiraw^ an vtfercnterf the mest prjbab...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

X, AUNCEST JN AD VERT1S i£R, Tii^propiietorship, and with it the condnciof -this Newspaper, iias passed ? -intonother hands. --We co.i *ickr that inis event gRae^i^;||sfi- ??j^refetit conductor ,*iu1 jtjroprfetm:, in the same sittratton. wife respect to the PubKc7Tjsirwej\\r«re^«ittwg4br4;U4lie4ii'stiiuuibL;j' of a Ni-:w Journal. 0'u.r pu.r-*-h«-*»-g*tp'ds no — '-ftiftiier-timn 4o -a properly- jnxmiaijiiYpes and jwint-- ing ap^aiatu-, and the copyright of a certain Journal, having tlie advantage of atolsraV.v Ioivjc list of sub £cr:bers ; to. vvhicli we trust hereafter to make addi tions. We have not 'included' in the 'bargain, an inviolable observance for the future, of the tone and sentiments which have distinguished the Launceston Advertiser for the past.— We consider that we are now commencing OUR career in colonial pojitics^and^ literature— not going to follow in the beaten^path'ol*' - ©theors .-i-and-thene&is, Mmt a fejjofcser various, j»relj-_ .'minary to our future l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE, Saturday, July 2. J&y His Excellency Colonel George AwruvB^-Meutehani^rovernor^f^he J^land-ef^un^4€menf^-jMcmdr^Hd4ls Dependencies. A PROCLAMATION. /WKTHKREAS by the regulations for the « » granting and set ling of Land within this Island, bearing date on the 29th day of April, 1828, it is (amongst other things) prescri bed and directed — that persons desirous of ob taining iand by purchase, should address them selves lo the Surveyor General of the said island, in a certain prescribed form; and it is by the said reflations declared-— that the lands selected by individuals who should have obtained leave to purchase, would be surveyed and valued by His _jtffU^sj.y '» CommissioniTS^ fo* the survey and valu ation oi Lands within the island, with as little delay as possible, and would be put up for sale for One Month by Proclamation to bes made and ^Myilfe?^~lwji*L M!P98et*?d^wo^d not 'fee ?old at a lower rate ihaii the value so fixed— al)d TitiSTbytiirBBld-T...

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SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. — By 4fce4irt4¥al of ^ lhe^ciiooiifirjLB*soJfet|oiiand/ Prince H-g^nt, «« are in possession of intelli geiicp from the Sister Colony to the 20th ult. The chief topic of interest appears to be the question of P.'U;-Hr Emigrants from England. An emigra tion soru (vr is said to be about to be formed at hyiiuy. for the purpose of contracting with Mr. JM ? du een for sending out labore rs. A ceo » d ing to an-ar^GJe^ 4n ^eJlfaijiiitiifcr' which is 'far more rab^ struse than intelligible, the expense x-r' bringing out each man, woman, and child, on the average, w tTlT-ft~in^~ofTirlri^iHtis^ in England should pay ^8., and the colonists -£4., on the landing of the paupers, who are proposed to be indented for two Jr-ears for their good and comfortable provision * and clothing, after which they are to be At liberty lo hir« themselves in the best manner possible. The Monitor enters into naJ/^]pfj/in« i\t' rprlni'n HfawBTacks to be allowed to those wiio take lariofers-with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

lyttE UNDERSIGNED cautions the 1 Public from trespassiagj-by, Stock or 4-fhf4rwlse^oir1i1s Grant, situated in the parishes «fGa4npbeU To W4i and Salisbury, and which Jaiid~~aTtj«iirr^a ^mra H— La gooti Hn— tht?-district-of- Campbfii Town aforesaid; and is bounded on the ? ooj th by lands located-ftr-James Robertson, on th^^wesi^y the Break-o-day road, and on the €ast4)y the Eastern Tier and a small grant in the - . yosielbioa of James-£obertson. ? * ? F. D. WICKHAM. lAUNCESTON, July $, 1831. THE Undersigned begs leave to inform ihe Public, thaT~ne~is not in partner^ ship with any person* nor will -he be answerable for any debts contracted in his nance without his_ ?ignatttrfcr— — '~ JAMBS CUNNINGHAM. . KoUfOLK PLAJNS, ? July 7, 1831. At a meeting h House, on the 9th July, of the Sub-   scribers to a Presbyterian Kirk, to be built in Launceston, it was resolved:     1st.— That Mr. A. Beveridge, and Mr. John Cameron, be added to the Committee, an...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

SWAN RIVER. We have received, via ttobart ToWn, the three first numbers, of the first printed newspaper at ^wan Riven ThcTsheetis oT the she of 4td.jpo3t, and th© ^pe^erj largej jbut upon the-whole It is Hot a despicable production for so young a colony. Thetoilowiqg are extracts :— ? ~— Last week as Mr. Bolt'on's boat with two men in her, were returning from Freemantle at dusk, with the intention of making Rottenest, a strong Sale blowing and the night becoming unusually __ark$jj-ey missed[_lheijsland, anjl_werelg||veir -ont-to sea. AtHay break, they were nearly out of sight of land, but succeeded in making the 'NvtV. point of the island, and anchored~in~inr apparently secure^boy. On returning in the morn ing, (the wind having shifted) she was found dashed to pieces. ? , J At the P$ttj Sessions held before Henry BuiiL, and W^TI- - Graham, Esquires,— -Complaint of assault was made by Thomas Peel, Esq., agaiwst —Crisp, for which offence i^e was coavtoted, and 8entencedto 14 dayi impr...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

^YDNEY. By the Post wp have an _acc«»ssionjof Sydney papers to -the 27th iilt. The following is the most interesting summary : — The Brig Guide, Ash mo re, master, from New Zealand, arrived on the 10th of June. ? J ? _j That beautiful ship, the Waterloo, instead of proceedjng^o^$atavia;pas^ras intended; iias'been -detained by Government, for lh~e~~ purpose , of conveying a detachment of the 57th Regiment, via Launceston, to Madras. '^ ~ 77 The Earl of Liverpool, for Liverpool, was to sail on toe first instant. List of whaling vessels sailing out of the port of Sydney.— Lady Black wood, £54 tons. Lynx, 180. Courier 115. Clark-son 343. Caroline* 198 — Elizabeth (Fowler) 363. Pock lington 204. Ann 170. John Bull 179' Gape Packet 210. Lord Rodney 166. Australian 265. June 212. Caroline 68. Waterloo 68. Elizabeth (Finnis) 269. -Harriet 211. _Mary. Jane 249. Venus 288. tLady Rowena 323. (?enii 164. Tigress 192. William SiovcJd 187. Albiou_31l. tHashmyr523. Jane 231. Wolfe^ Sir EdwaTd^Page...

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RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

? KBTKfc&'CflMftNT. We perceive, after all the noise which has, from tiffiF-to-ttine, been made about retrench 'snenv, and eaJTavagance, and excessive taxation, vith a srriug of elc/s long enough to reach from hence to Hotart^Towny that the sum total of . th»' retrenchment of these Colonies, under the order. ^ from home, (New South Wales and Van Diemeti' Laud both included) is the appalling amount of *£8.84O per annum —of which sum no more than ^2,360 is to be deducted frarn the expenditure «f this colony. At thisjsrc rejoice ; and consider the people of Tasmania particularly fortunate. We expected it would have been much worse. — .._??«. 31e_ ^ee to confess thut we feared J&irijstersj: -would imagine, fronT^fie^inisstateraeni^wiHch have been put forth within the colony, that we were making -too much head : and that they would adopt means to endeavour to put us dowH a little; by driving us to depend upon our own resources. Greater liberality and more acute judgment h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

??^'V -?-,- NOTICES. C; ' ' Wewe;ins]trHCted to^ve notice? that^lie DAVID Owfiti-will positively sail from 'this port for fifahart TvvWt o«f the 6tii -of August. ^ — , - J - iiT our advertisement of terms, jn . Jast- we^S' r_a^npV Tm^«^i*2 lir^s iai'.d^nKdw, 4s.;' read-r-'1^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

II ' ' 1 ' -flp^grtJuderrfgned b^gs leave ^to inform! X ;ha - ubfr -V that lie is not iir partner- , ?«^wllh any p-;-on, nor will be be answerable 1 ^^^t/cUffciecl jnlhis name without his 1 ^gnaturis^ ___ -..^l^mv^j^L h Ko it folk. Plains, T '. Jnlj-7, 1831. ? ; ?''-77 3 — — ^^j^)TiCE. - -_—--— J ALT/ claims against'tie Undersigned to be immediately presented ior pa meM. r '' '7' JAMES SPBKCfi. Launciston, 9th July, JL«21* ? ^_ — L THE ??iniMrifimH ^Hdiart Town and ft vi.imlv, arc respoctfijUy^fifiirmpd] ?that Mr. MUrfR, Post ^mce^B^art Town, has! ^n^WointTd AGENT Jf r the - L-»™*«£.| ^^inwr,. r.-uniljfc!t ?' receipts ?iven by hi* i* ace of Wuiuivrsigyjd, will ^ack««wieag*l. &ENRY BOWUSG. I 3d.lt 11, 1851. I Jtauaanian Society, S°T *he Diffusion] \of Useful Knowledge. \ 4 UECTfTOS (introductory to a series) jSL^o-GH E MIS J ^ Y, Bja J»e idejiyereil in the Public School Room, Launcestoii, on Ttreri Evening of Wednesday the l9t*» instant. Ihe] doors will be thrown open to~tlie...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. LAUNCESTON, JULY 18th, 1831. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. f.AUNCESTOy, JULY 18th, 1831. z AUIUVEP. Julf 11th— The schooner Resolution, J. W. Ls«cey, master, from Sydney , with 30 ^6k;t« tobacco, 2 keg, do., 5 hhdt and $ pipes brandy, 10 pij»» of Cape wine, 4 cases^of shernr, 20 chests of Hy.on »kin tea, 10 hhds ot al«-, ,12 casts of TertefWe wine, 6 rafoof Wai king, % bales of slops, % cases of starch, 2 ca^-fl W tard, 10 t»n of c«als, 2 bags of salt|»eire, 1 cask nails, 15 casks and S bags nails, 1 cask of blue, i and sundry m«?rchandi»p, dcoiwigned ^o^Messrs. Thomas \^llianri5, Lancey^Brodie^nd Griffiths. PaS8engers,~Mrs. J^Mt^y, Mr. ^Mrs.-^nffiths, Mr. James, Mr. O. PlumowrvandMr^P. Stewart. I July 13th.— The WAffEHLOo, Xapt. Addison, | from Sydney. . ? „„ , Z^. TT July ' I7th.--The Isabella, from Maria Isiaudj and flobarf Town. 1 Remaiiung in the Herls«ir~~Sh!p, Thomas lauri«^ Brigs, David ©wen and Isabella 5 schoon- J -rs, Resolution and Prince Regent. . | The Resolution gill sail for Sydney, in a-day \ I or two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

— — - . , — » ' \ f- k m i i - - r^^irr. ~ ~ ~ — — '' ' ? For ^London Direct THJ^fi^fast-£ajlingbark Thomas Lavt-- er, having i}n- greatest BartofJier cargo engaged, win sail positively in three weeks. HeT~Axcbmmodat!ons for Passengers are jrery _ superior. ,. For Freight or Passage, apply to — WM. WALKINSHAW, Agent. Launcesfoa, Jane 13th, 1831. ? .-' For Hobaut-Town^ wpHK^ fine te vsajltog Bkjc, ' DlTO Jj- OWi_N,^ 2(H -t-*is burthen, Ldwafd± 'An«-r-ws commands, ^vaViHg --iachAwd her CBr^.'irom London, is^uow ready to load -r the above port ? __? ? I For freight and passage apply~to 1 HENRY REED, 'Agent I Xaunckston, Jane 1^.^ ? I '''^PASSAGE FOB. SYDNEt. THE Tine fast-sailing fi^t -*-» Bri8 1 'CELIA,' W. Christie «om- 1 inaijderVlio^rly expected Jn4*u84iarb--ur* Jwjjnftl Se Sleof her cargo^ged, will bede*patche-i 1 toiedSfely Her I ccommodations J«r jiassengen ^e^Z^f^M^J ^ the Uaders.gned. ? ~ ? -MICH A&L CONKB--Y. ~~ = ? ?—?? — ? I IjAUncestok Hotel, JufyS, 1831. ? ^ Ml?SR...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER, MONDAY, 18Tth JULY, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

-- MOND.«Ti*tU.J4Jiv:,:J83i. IN a country wtore jhere is likely 10 be stt' 7much coastia* 1««k. « in Van Diemen^. J^, we ace ^rprised that the eT.terpir^ m(r«fc.Qto have never thought of uoit.n|7o. Ihej^rpole of fonnini^n Insurance Coin Wv ; to be coafined exclusively ton soring ^ vessels running coas^e, and between «? Colonies, At present, the apx,ety ^Uve t, small ^-iwM*illfflI3d™l. ,1 mM,t|, teppens that they. have property- -rf L cons5erab!e value ouboard; of whicn tnei. ' j ,„ no .poMibiHlv of efecting insura.ee.- |_ T',i.' «V*t ah be removed, ly *«eh a com thing fter tljelollowing-piiiiciple*:— | foild,a Premi0'-°f2 ™ffi2:-£hlciithef might between Uie-colowes. - I *^iw That all persons who^wooidmot j°»o f *,- tl'/rSSlS be allowed to I**™*'** hipped aV^bove; but ;be required to pay -a «.u.n higher pr^mium--say double. ? ------ — -- '^^itf~That-whalins »essds,-OTioroo1r»f — -months, at lea»t. ? ^ \ 6lhiy.-ACommUtee #f M«oagement to be ^ - select^ br the ^ubscriberi, to wi^m the ...

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REMEMBRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 18 July 1831

. - .UEMEMJJRANCJB. (Fhom Blackwood's Magazine.) Mine, Mary, T.hou canst never be, ? But kindly will I think of 4hee. The memory of the past shall fling A balm upon each bitter thought, And soften with its shadowy wing ~ The agonies which grief hath wrougHt. I cannot, though I would, forget TheJ-eautyiof jhy youthful years, Ere Sorrow s bitter fountains wet ? M\i\e eyes with unavailing tears. Then -wu were happy; acid thy heart, Unused to play the mourner's part, Responded with a throb divine To each enraptured pulse of mine. ? ? » Even when upon the boundless deep, ,_JMX.Lnou!».his were ever turn'd on thee; In vision, I beheld thee weep As whew thou bad'st adieu to me. Thy form has haunted still my heart, By starry night and gaudy day ; I see kiu-the moonbeam's siart, I see it in the morning grry. Time cannot fiom my mind erase The memory of that angel face, _.. ~. 'KojT.the corroding Jjand_oLCa.re Sweep out the though t s imprinted there. Let years pass on of earthly woe, Still th...

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