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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1862

in jures HARPEU, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JlffaCEV' - ! $1:50, IN ADVANCE i; t Volume XXVII. GALLIPOL1S OHIO, ffiVE M B ER 1 3 , 1 8 62 . ; A H , -e .a ' I-. '5?SnS : (SfllllWltS llffWtti - . ' : . - ... 91 F ! THE UNMEANT REBUKE. A LIFE LESSON. Charles Nelson had reached . 'thirty-fifth year, . .. . 1113 and Rl that age he Toand himself going down hill. He had once oeen one . uppit oi mortals, and no blessing was wanted to complete the sum ol his happiness. He had one of the best wjtres, and his children were intelligent and comely. He was a carpenter bv trade, and no man could command better wages, or oe more sure of work. If any man at tempted to build a house. Charles Nel son must boss the job. and for mile3 Around the people sought him to do wl for them. But a chBBge had 50meoVerhN'nre. ;A di?mo had-roefj 1,W -on his way, and lie had turned back with evil spirit. A new and ex perieireed carpenter had been sent for 'by thoe who could no longer depend Upon "Kelson, and h...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BT JA3IES HARPER, T&At 31.50, invariablv in advance It. L. STEWART. Assouan Emtos. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. - 4. u - THURSDAY. NOV. 13. 1862. Jnditidital Shihplastxbb. The esrcitjr'ofa6Ball change has "indaced many of our- citizens 'to issue and circa late, as money, their, 'in dividual tickets or checks of indebtedness. All each render themselves, amenable i to the pro visions of the second section of the act of Congress, "to authorize paymentsja stamps, and to prohibit the circulation o'f notes of a less denomination than one dblhr," approved" July 17, 1862, which is as follows : That from and after the first day of AwgHsf,- 1862, no private corporation, basking association, firm Or individual, shall make, issue, circulate or pay-any note, check, memorandum, token or oth er obligation, for a less sum Ihm one dol lar, intended to .circulate as money, or to be 'received or used in lieu of lawful money'of the United Slates; and ever...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1862

THE PROGRAMME OF TREASON. An Important Conversation—How the Union is to be Finally Shattered— Union is to be Finally Shattered— The Part to be Played by the Democratic Party at the North—A Financial Crisis—A Prophecy. Crisis—A Prophecy. Correspondence of the New York Times. Crisis—A Prophecy. Correspondence of the New York Times. FREDERICK CITY, MD., Oct. 28. ..ConTersjng with, a gentleman a .eir days ago,, with whom a .rebel: officer so journed a'anort time during the late in - vasionof Maryland, he related the fol - Jowlugasineiuosianceoiasociaiconver-fon between himself and the officer, who appeared to be a tery free spot-en nd candid gentleman, ana aman.oiun - ordinary cegreeoi imengeuce; ana ia - sing a pariisu(i naiug wuuiiuii, wno, like himself, had been an uncompromis- ing old .line Whig, bespoke freely . 1. n n1!f!al Sesnoa f tha An I T iuc -w- uc ujjuu lry friend'b asking him how he, being a disejple of the -immortal .Clay, could laKeparnu iue uesiraciipn oi inis giori- cm...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1862

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES. RESPECTFULLY DESCRIBED TO GEORGE W. WILKINSON, CO. M, 19TH U. S REGULARS. Though maay weiry days bars psastd, like y ears thsf Mess to Sow j How lingeriacly tha bams pais. Sine thoa' free home dic'st p. ti 'Twu in a dark Sd trySag hoar. When fearfully the balanoe awayad, Which kept rnda foe from oat the hoses Where loyal mother wept aad ptay td. Then did thy noble apirit seek To help protect the goodliest causa That e'er was threatened by a foe. Who care not for God'a holy law. Caiting thy life, like one pure drop. In freedom' (acred flood, Launched on war' ea like some frail baric, Through rile rebellion' blaatto send. Still rolled the blackened ware ol crime; Still surged the gory battle tide; Thy eagle spirit still preued on. With freedom's atandard for thy gold; On.dauntlea, o'er the sacred soil. Where Chiekahoniiny doth, roar. Where Richmond' frowning ait appear. And on Potomao'a bloody there. And still through all such varied a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 November 1862

in i li 5 flli s -.. I Y. ' T.w r J' a 4 '"'"C JAMES HAMPER. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. !! T R Iff H !NlfJIJ:SflCt, 1:500 ADYiKCE' Volume XXVIII. 6ALLIPOLIS, OHIO. IfocEMBEili 1862, Number 1 1 f4 Jti&araraifi THE ACCUSED CLERK. BY SYLVANUS COBB, JR. I spent an evening with Mr. Lamson land after tea the conversation tnrned Upon the subject of honesty, as. applied to business. I advanced the idea that some merchants made th;ir stores schools of dishonesty. They taught their clerks all the tricks of trade for their own benefit; and the clerks, thus 'educated, would, in after time, practice those same tricks for themselves. Mr. Lamson admitted the truth of the as sertion, and then, with a smile, assured that he could not plead guilty to the charge. '"Bot" said he, "I have committed trprs-in .business,-arid Lhave, .commit' led errors in my judgment upon my ffel lows. When 1 was young, 1 was taught to look upon every species of dishonesty with a feeling of horror, and J grew up to tnanhoo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 November 1862

OLIS JOURNAL, CD AND PUBLISHED BT IES HARPER, 51,60. invariably in advance 4 STEWART. Assistant Emtox. ' r. , . G AIiTjIPOLI S THURSDAY, :' NOV. 27. 186S "The scarcity and high prices of forage, with the difficulty of transporta tiop.Jiave rendered the expense otre cruiting, government horses at this post, a.question of -.serious, importance. The number of horses, and mules npw in charge of Capt. Moulto.n, at, this post, is nearly four thousand. Almost an equal number are on the Kanawha, all of them to be supplied with forage: from this post. In View of the enor mous cost of keeping, and the low con dition many o( the animals are in, the winter' just commencing, and stabling for so many out of the question, the Quartermaster deems it his duly to recommend that a large number of such as are unfit for service, and which, to make'them so,- would cost tbeirfull val ue" in the spring, be sold as soori as practicable. , No one conversant with the business would hesitate to admit the propr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 November 1862

The r Xdtt aikis 5nKN8iDE JntAB 'of THE COfJFBDEHATS ' A-RUT'l IK THE . -n. iTT--ii xMuoMoai,. xap, (iMmos- iuu uvar. yi rreanpsaay evening, says; 'A, glance any good.map p Vird gipia trni snow me. reader tbat the BiRfeli made hv BrirnsidA nn SnnrUI J 1 i t v and yesterday has bronght his army from ten to twenty inues nearer Riehn tnnnd than tlip mam nnrtinn nf in voKal "ru." ; rmy was, proDamy, ibis roornine.. . "Else the latter moved (6 co OUnieraci Barnside's movements sooner, mucb sooner than could reasonably bare been Expected, as jt was donbtless twenty- four honrs after Burnside moved before the. rebel Generals comprehended what his movements meant, and then it proba- tnnt twpnlv.fonr hnnr., m(.rtnr .m i T . C.x. r . t'i until last night before they could get fairly in motion to head Burnside off from Richmond. "We now believe that he will grt Hanover Junction At least before they 'can throw Sj sufficientforce before.it to dispute" its possession bv the Army of. the Potomac. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 November 1862

WIFE OF THE VOLUNTEER. I knew by the light in fiis" deep, dark eye, . When fie heard the roll tf the mastering That he never would fonflii's arms' an sigh Qra the evils that were to come. 1 that, the blood of a patriot tire Coursed through his veins like a stream of fire; So l tooE Dis nana, And bade hinr go? But he never dreamed That it grieved me so.. Two fair-haired children he left with me. Who lisp his name at eventide The very hour when upon his knee He used to fondle his pet and pride; Alas! they my never again be blessed By a father's care in the old home nest; And he never again 3fay hear the tones. Or kiss the lips Of his little ones. t Vn fie had answered his country's call That his breast is bared to a high command; But my heart will break, i know, ir he rail 1 n the battle's front bv a traitor's hand. Tet I murmur not, though my tear-wet eyes ltt.f flip nitt of thfi naM-iflrAf 'Tis a wifs's free gift Two lives in one In the nam of God And of Washington. Perhaps when the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 December 1862

lAMln.MMliM 1C WalM Jt..' j., C . tsovt fen -(iMii e..! -ind hftreor f wo- ' ei i6JW h?? r nw'j.-i !f i', -fi ts i I n i i 'rtY .lift ' . - a -T .1 T ' 1 -Ml ,11 II i-V I II ill I tm. imp Atmvmr JlHES"5ABTPERr EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AND PROERIETOE. ? A L L1POLIS, OHI 0EC'E Mil R "4 , ,18 62 . it TRUTH ANBKi'GFIGjK.3' Stumlier 2 CAROLINE DELAMARTER. HUNG BUT NOT DEAD. SomeV8e1s aeo, says the New Tork Sunday Mtrrcury, an evening paper of this city, devoted nn article to tne sud- leet of "well authenticated cases of re suscitation after hanging," concluding with a verv short and remarkably in correct sketch of a case that occurred in France in 177G the storv coioe that a- vounp pirl huncr for robbery was re suscitaled by the surgeon to whom her body had been given, ana auerwara proved' her innocence of the crime for which she had suffered. The circum stances given were thai ihe girl was in Ihe service of a man who sought her destructionnd, having failed in this inode, revenged himself b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 December 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL.! XBTTEP AND PUBLISHED BT JAMBS HARPER, 81.60. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART. Assbtast Ewtos. v THURSDAY: DEC. 4. 1862. J-Now that our Democratic friends are gloating over the results of the late elections, demanding a change of poli cy in the administration, and predicting ruin to our financial affairs, a retro, speclive view of the state of our finan ces, when the delectable band of thieves and traitors under Buchanan ran the Democratic machine, may serve to show bow differently people find things now and then: In 1859, one Hon. Howell Cobb, a distinguished Southern Democrat and traitor,' was acting Secretary of the Treasury. Owing to his peculiar free trade notions, and wicked purpose to destroy what be could not hold, the Treasury was not only empty, but manv millions of dollars in debt. To carry on the government, the said Cobb called for a loan of 810,000,000. He called in vain. The credit or the gov ernment was below par, and capitalists North and Sou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 December 1862

For the Gallipolis Journal. .full. X1ARFSR. 1 81 WBTB line w ku, Ifce "Jonrnal . nnd hare eTer taken tram ihterfest in its welfare. In this often trpt to see it, eXeept when sent by our thoucb it is generally a week -u :. i.. Vt nli tmw U1U UtlUIC I ' , i Jc n thn in hpnr nf nM familiar names once more. Bat why Is it that we can find in vour nauer a. Homing rEiming fcu ubi aiaij uu xr o i ... t:nA i . XUIUflnUOi UUiCiJ WO Bl UtlMbU c .,. ;r nniMnl. !.. will bring it abont, I will write myself. It '5s too bad that onr regiment cannot have a word from yon, if onlv to tell onr friends at home that the "ninety- t-.i. . -.in t,v,i ib- -.i. r Ulitll. aisi own 1 -n. .k..it v, .:-:i;..i:nn w n t diog'line. ' I think yon might say at 1.... ,u., .,; a OT.ii i aji t.i-.j t :M of Wnwinf Tnn fnr vinr no-, saying thing about us, or the army on Kana wha, and find I have run ont of "small talk" myself. And now I begin to think of It. What have we done as "an army worth talking about. It won't take ...

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

POET'S CORNER. A MOTHER'S FAREWELL TO HER ONLY DAUGHTER. BY MRS. MARY ANN BARRETT. Go. dearestone, BiyelfiSitloye; Slmll never rile itliv-'cheek: Not e'en a mother's" ftarfsr thee If 111 X ti KttUMTO ' Tet how can I with coldness cheeK The burning tears Wat start;. Hast thou ot turned from meTto dwell Withinrikoher,s heart?. Jpfc I thmkn carter, brighter days, B $ "When first my lips wewpressed -i Upoi thy infant brow. wnU J vinou LavTiclpl D1Tln7 breast. ' in lancysuu o.v. j-. Uplifted to my face, I hear thy lisping tones and mark With joy thy childish grace. E'en then I knew it wouHBe thus', . Ltbought e'en in lhat hour, " ' ' ' Another would its fragrance steal, ' When I had rearM the flower. And yet I "will not breathe a sigh HowyahT dare repine: ' ., ThVforroirthat thy mother feels ft . 1 1 w vj " ...... JL , WaTsuffered oneebymine. A mother's lore eh, thon know'st not How much of feeling lies In these sweet words, the hopes, the fears, The dally.-strengthening ties. . , It liv...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 December 1862

$ - 'imit r ft it ft "f -til ftit rit iw 3? f JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AttD PROPRIETOR. f 1:50, III ADTAHCS. Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHI O f J E C E MBER 11, 1862. r ft From the Scientific American. WONDERFUL BALLOON ASCENT FOR SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES. GREATEST HEIGHT EVER ATTAINED BY MAN. A few weeks since page 170 we rare an account of the second balloon ascent made at Wolverhampton, Eng land, by Mr. Glaisher. of the Ureen "wirti Observatory and Mr. Coxwell, a idistinguished aeronaut, for the purpose of making observations lor seienunc purppses, as a committee of the Associ-"l?otf-for--lb&A d ancement -of -Sc ience. Since that period they have made anoth er aerial voyage, making six altogether, three from the Crystal Palace and the Same number from Wolverhampton. XTbis last voyage was the most inter esting of all, and in some respects the most wonderful ever made, as the dar ing neroneauts attained a higher eleva tion lhan ever had been reached before by human beings. This last asc...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 December 1862

iSllipolis journal; .-ifefM edited XRD. PUBLISHED bt J Jt-JTf 158 HARPER, JAt 31 .50. invariably in advance B. L. STEWART. Asjhttaxt Editoe? 6ACLIPOLIS. 18G2. "TirURD AY.. r DEC. 1 1. gThc. second session of the 38th Congress reonvened at Washington on fHonday,' the" let inst. The important vcato'Rh'e3ay wasThe residing oTtbe Resident's Message. No document of Similar character has "been more anx iously .looted for since the days of .Washington Bor any one' more gene .sally.read and pondered over both North 'and South.' It bears on its face the un mistakable mark of "A. Lincoln." It "wjlthardlyte cBarged that any of his Cabinet .framed it. It possesses that .unique-style peculiar to the President, . and' must! Impress every candid, honest, loyal" man wIthT'tbe. belief, that a spirit of pure patriotism inspired the writer. JWe have not room, for the whole of it in' this week's issue, and as the city dailies have an extensive circulation in this county, all who desire to do so, can re...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 December 1862

From the Cincinnati Gazette, 8th. NEWS OF THE DAY. We have full eon firm lion this morn ing, of the evacuation of Greneda, Miss., by the rebel. A'prfrete dispatch from Ooe of oar correp'ebdeqts' tls that Geo. Grant's army had eonceotrtled at that place. The expedition from Helena Commanded by Gen. Hovey and C. C. Wasbbern, ' had succeeded ia'-tutting the Mississippi Central Railroad sooth of Grenada, end subsequently advanced tipootnd took possession"' of the latter plaee.'vThe rebels, unable to move the rolling stock, destroyed the . ear and comotivqsS.. There are, no positive advices as to the position of the rebels, bat we are left to infer that, they re treat d to Columbus, Miss., southeast from Grenada, on the Mobile fe Ohio Railroad.- rProro thi 'point they still have railroad- oinnnieation via Me-(year. and Jackson, with Vicksburg; or Ibey ctf get1 around to East Tennessee and join Bragg.:.. It has been intimated Keretofore. that the rebel armies, if ' they should find themse...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 December 1862

ROLL CALL. Corporal Green P tli Orderly cried; "Here! the load and dear, Vm (7 line of a soldier who stood men And " Here !" was tha word tha next replied. Cvrue Drewf t&ea a silence fell -This time no answer followed the eall; Only his rear-man had seen aim fell, . Killed or wounded, he ooold not telL -' i I i : -;,- These men of battle, with grave, dark look. As plain to read as open boors, -While slowly gathered the shade of might. The fern on the Bill sides were splashed with AndbJww hi tne'eorn, whore tha poppies Werlredder strfns than the popriesfaww; And erimson-dyed was the river's flood. Tortbe foe had crossed from the other side,' -That day, in the face of a murderous fire Thet swept them down is its terrible Ire; ' And their hie blood went to color the tide. "Herbert Cline!" At the eall there eam - Two stalwart soldiers into the line, Kerine- between them this Herbert Cline, Wounded and bleeding, to answer his name. 'Errs Kerr!" and a Toiee answered "Here!" "Hiram Ker...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 December 1862

1 - JAMES HARPER, EDITOR A5D PROPRIETOR. TRUTH ANDUUSTICE." - Volume XXVIII. GAL LT POL IS, OUT O, D R CE M BE (I 23, 18 62 NiimKer' 5. ( WIDOW SIMPSON'S SPOONS. A CAPITAL STORY. The parish of Bathgate, in Liolith- gowshlre, ought to be reckoned among classic spots of Scotland, inasmuch as it formed part of the dowry which Robert Bruee bestowed upon his eldest daughter Margery, when she married the High Steward of Scotland, una inn Became me progenitrix 01 me - royal and unlucky house of Stuart. Lying midway between Edinburg and Glasgow, those rival queens or the East and West, but out of the common trick of travel, it has been forages a pastoral parish, of small and rather backward Of late years coal has been found there; and steam and trade, which bid fair to leave the world no rustic corner, are rapidly turning it in- 1o a mining district, which nobody thought of about the time of the gene ra peace, when Bathgate lived on its own oats and barley, wore its own hod den grsy, and ha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 December 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. BDITCO ABD FVBU8R BT JAMES nARPEK, f3TXt 81.60. invariably in advanca E. L. STEWART. AaneTAVT Errrot GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. SEC. 25. 1662. : XT" A i tba 1st day of January, 1863. draws nigh, . Ihn - Deinocrsey of " the . ' yorth become mora frantic in their ef fort! ta procure a poatponeinent of the proclamation. Every avaBable preaa Bra ia brosght to bear upon tba Presi dent to induce him to forego- tfce edict which they clearly see, dooms the party and ita adjunct, slavery, to final disso lution. At firat, they aneered over a paper proclamation which tbey deemed utterly impracticable to enforce.' No' that the etera decr3 is in a fair way to fco executed, their assumed mask falls off, and betray tbeir terror and fear of the result tbey well know moat follow, A few of the Border State men la Congress,- have -condescended to wait upon the President in bopea of influ encing bios to revoke or suspend the final order that will atrike tba chains of slavery from million...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 December 1862

. Th freeiop of the.slares in the District of Columbin has tatie liltlo or do ehang in their domestic condition. Most of them still re main with their former roasters and - mistresses, white not t sifjgle one can be induced to leare the District. In other words; the freedmen generally 'work for their old masters and mistres-j ses, baring bargained with them to do to for stipulated wages, which are paid them; and this is all that Emancipation amoU to, No on. of the'mj. killed or wanted to kill any Ibdy, they only wanted pay for their wort, and this they are receiving. As to coming North, we have not heard that one of them has done so. OFFICE OF JAY COOKE. SUBSCRIPTION AGENT; At JAY COOKE fc CO., - BANKERS, j . 114. South Third 8treet, PHILADELPHIA. Nor. Snth, 1862. , THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED SUBSCRIPTION AGENT By the Secretary of the Treasury, is now pre- pared to furnish at once the . A'rtt Twenty Year Six per Cent. Bond Df the United Stales, designated as "Fire Twebtie...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 December 1862

POET'S CORNER. OLD TUNES. The good tune of other days,. Ja which ws sang onr maker's praise When life with was young, - - r - -When music flowed from heart and tongue, . O, how to memory bow they rise, . like angel note from yonder skies? . - Foroft we sang ooetn with the West' Who bow ia heavenly mansions real. ' ' ' My father sang them r when a boy, I heard their aotee with elowingjoTj And round his dying bed we rawed ' The words and note in which he praised The name of GodS and sang of blise la pnrer, brighter worlds thaa this. My mother sang them eoft and sweet, ..- ' And oft her tones my spirit greet,., . t - ; When dreams, beyond the upper air, My soul on wings of nwiey bear To that bright world to whieh she rose. When, leaving life aad all ita woes, Oppressed with grief, of joys bereft, ' 'An orphan I was early left. sang them with a brotlier flown ' Where sin and sorrow are unknown. And with asistea, O.how dear! Whose notes now greet-her mother's ear I sang them with a youth...

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