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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 October 1842

' . . : - ' NOT TUB OIiOHY OP BUT TIX;I3 V B I. T A IS E OT R (A M VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER H IS42. '-- No. 2.0. EXCHANGE HOTEL, IVeJ.er street, at the head if ihr Steamboat Wharf lliii'lliislon, Vrrmoiit. BY iMOSKS L. I1AIIT. mills e.taMi-hmcnt, o l.ivorn'ly located for the X ac.timiiod.vioii of the bu-no- and r lvollinsj comm initv, I- now t; en to iho p l' Ik. "It oat'lir. upon tliu v.nu is rou'e call :U t lie I vlmuco Hold f ir ua--eiiper-, an I ihose arriving or tiepartnip I y S ei n lln-i'i I" which ca-o their b.nrmpei" icnitived wi li "I" 'h "-''i will nnd thi" In u-e peculiarly lo their Tnc ,ce,cr tender- hiervici, wiili tlic n-urniicc, j ia a l re.pc 'is tin' ntui" Mian iie-ervi- hhj i.tmi- ftblc ,ini leranou of all who may palronl.-u il. Burlmton, April I, IS 12. -13 f. GKOllGK II. PUCK, Attorney ami t'oiii'..c.lornt Law, Two tioor. EA--T or Tin: tost oitice.it stairs. Uclrr to Messrs. J. & J. II. lM'.C'i: & Co. Nov. W. A. ItOUISUTSON, narrlst...

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. — 14 October 1842

4 nan bpibib I am far from defending fr'profuse cotifi-1 incnt, so unjust, to llioso Slates who aro faith ilancc, with which European capitalists lont I fully paying tlieirilubtB, and In others who hive rotnuiitl.l-atlm. A CHAPTER ON OLD SHOES. Old eImii'm i!i c my delight. Hy old shoes I mean not t t so of last suiitmeis rrow th, on which tho gloss yet lingers, shadowy, anil intermittent, liku n faint niy if sunlight on tho iloinu of tho Cuge, hot real untptcs tionahlu antiquities, which for some 5 or six years have withstood the comliined assaults of sun, dust, and r.tin, havu lost nil prctoli sions to unsocial formality, and uive tho toes assurance of caso and the foefof a hotidaj; such shoos tiro my delight. Thoy present themselves to my mind's eye, inixt up with a thousand varying recollections, and not on ly sliatlow forth the figures, but recall tho ve ry faces, of friends over whom the watets of oblivion have long sinco rolled. This you will say is strange, but mink how I de...

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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. — 14 October 1842

1UN IUYS liST VTK. STATE OF U'.RMOVP . ' a prnbite court District v (V" ? - - at natlilmt"n V lllim nu',1 nr s ml .1 -r u ul Ch.itc.iden.on Iho Utli J I'aiTmi. !'..'"' .ft the r.iUle nf Din Tl-iv till- til uJ llu: iin.'itii . dre-eased, liivnir thed In I n-.lllll.' l-IMll. ii. ' 1 1 nil n in wril nc, Honing .a- 1 'I mi, d and i ascd forth Min i'ii" -!!'' r .1... it 1 i ill! I i. tlitd red estate, w. .'v acres i" 1 ""' 1 1 n sv'' l!i lr,,;l : lwo ;",ru9 of I in J W'!" ihebuildmgs i.i nun mi s.ud llurlington. ?' i',o late rcsiJ. iico" of t ie deceased) ono and oni lourtli nerd of land murine mill pond in raid Darlington, Willi two dwelling houses thereon, and i. ...i iln.-a nml .i half ncrcs of land ttnon tho norili side of the highway, leading from tho village of Kmlini'ton toOuion river falls, together wilh n ilwel- Inu house llicrcon; nlso,pews in tho congregational church at the falls m Colchester, no. 3, 22 and 40 s in winch real estate the Widow of the said deceased is entitled ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 October 1842

warn awiE1! "ITc touched his harp, and nations heard, entranced." From the Christian Souvenir far 1313. LAZARUS AND MARY. From the eleventh chapter of Jo'm't Gospel. 15 Y X. v7VII,I,I.. Jen1! was there hut yesterday. The print Of his departing feet was at the door j His "Peaco lie with you I" was yet audible In thenpt porch of .Marj's charmed cars And, in Ihe low rooms, 'twas as if the air, Hushed with his going forth, had been the breath Of angels teflon natch o conscious sddl Thoplaco sectned of his presence yet, within, Tlicfimily by Jesus loved were weeping, For Lazarus lay dead. Add Mary .-tit Ry the pale sleeper. Ho was young to die. Thccoiinlcnuico whereon the Saiiour dwelt With his benignant smile, the soft fair lines Hrtathitignf hope, were still all eloquent, Like life well mucked m limbic. That the voire, Gonefrom thoso pallid lips was heard ill Ilrav'n, Toned with unearthly sweetness that the light Quenched in llie cTo-iiis of those stirlcsshds, Was vnhni: In fore God Ms...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1842

NOT TUB O Jt 0 B T OF C 2 S A R BUT TUB WBLFABB OF ROME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1842. No. 21. GEORGE II. PECK, Attorney nuil Counsellor at Law, two doors cast or Tiir, tost office, ur staibs, Refer lo Messrs. J. & J. II. PECK & Co. Nov. 13. A. ROBERTSON, IJarrlstcr ami Attorney nt l,aw, (Late in the office of the Am. Solicitor Gcn'l Day) LITTLE ST. JAMES'S STREET. Montreal, 1 Nov. 1811. Itefercnco in lturliiiglon, to . CHARLES ADAMS, Esquire. 24 PECK & SPEAR, wholesale dealers in English, French, India and American DRUGS. Awo, DRUGGIST'S GLASS WARE. Hnrlim-toii, Vt. J14CS13T1C O DUNTIUA. THE TEETH 1 THE TEETH ! ! The Incomparable Tooth Preparation. THE fart i proved, ami the niol incrt'iluttin anJ doillitin; are lully convinced of lis Croat utility, as we luve il cvideiue from the ale of al out 25 - 000 boxes of the. Odomica, within the past year. It is ascertained from espi-neiicc, that when u-ed, the teeth will never decay, hut renuin till t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1842

i iinn i 'T1 f 11 1 b li m n II I I'I' ,i n VBltMOsftEHISIATUItk SENATE. Tcssn.iv, Oct. 19, Prayer by the chaplain. The President announced ilia committre on the Stato Librury, Messrs. Ulodgclt, Uarrclt and CUII9. Report By Mr. Camp, of rules forjointAsscmblyi report concurred in and the mica adopted. Resolutions I'tom the Hon e, assigning a day for the election of .Secretary of Slate, itc, called up by Mr. Ca.np, anil concuired in. Assigning lo morrow morning, lOu'clnek, for tho election' of U. .S. Senator) .Mr. Mnggs oll'crcd atiiendni'iit, which was lost! Mr. Cults moved to lay iiponiho tabloi mo tion lnt, and resolution concurred in. J'clition l)f Preston anil others, liy air. Smalloy, relating to the insane i rcfeircdto couim.t' tee nn um Judiciary. Re olulion Proposing to reduce tho salaries cf Judaea of tho supremo court, and utlicr officers of this elate, called up by Mr. Cults, who nlltied amend nieut, crjsini: ufter lliei word Rcsolced, and sub eliluliui! a resolution of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1842

wratli ag-im--. th.- ; i.c'i u J 'I''1' Hioir 'nrra. I eoa Fa ij d In .1 hi Uio wil'lorno-a ami ii-niu ol thriiir'nci! I F" l lii' rr'"1 ,Hnt1, 'I'll .mlltey tnicr,.','v and ' 'v p i .'hnl. But tho pc tcr.iri-air. (implied clui'i'iti- ' uvor them and all tlm ti'io ii-'es wincli the ir igiiur.uico anil pri-jit. dicu thro.V i" US "'ay. Tho-i who rmiluluil in Gnu ami followed tlio load n. of Hi providence, li.ililly wnnt forward in tho'tacj of ilifiicullics to ilu Ilia will. Ho blessed tliom. lie opened for tliein a passage throiili tlio sea. lluwoiit before them in the cloudy pillar, lie gave lliem bread irom licav enfor their liimjer and water ftir llioir thirst. He Mopped the sun in the firmament to aid their victorioF. lie palely established them as a col ony in the land of their father-, made thciuna Bands of Ilia fea for multitude, and in the rol ling on of His great purposes, ha-i made them the means of enlightening and blessing not a continent but the world. We at-o reversing t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 October 1842

"He tonchcit liis harp.nnd nnttons heard, cnlrnnced." rim i:aiii,y nn.vn. They go, a frchand beautiful band, To tlio sunny sl.y of the "spirit land " To the music soft of nn angel choir, Tlicy hymn their joy on n golden lyre ( Gladly, n'l gladly, they soar away. Asabird uncaged, or a child at play. They go while the rainbow of hope is fair, Its arch iniliro' rn by sin or care j While tho rosy tint of their life's young glow, Is as bright ns a sunbeam on bed 3 of snovrf And they pass ns gently, ns softly nn, As thesnovv flake, inching, till nil are pone. They go while untouched by the opening blast Which withering time on the old hath cast; Whi'e fancy painteth the amethyst hue Willi the diamond glittering and blending through, A the nightly host in their mildest beam, Or lit' impassioned trust of the lovct's dream. Tlicy go when the tendrils of love entwine lloun 1 the hem, untouched by ihe wintry Vind ; While the spring I in t It nought injfec.iily bloom l'or ils lovely one of desp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1842

t0U fxtt fStefc NOT T H Q L O B T OF 0JD8AS BUI I H I WBLFAB OF BOMB. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1842. No. 22. GEORGE II. PECK, Attorney ami Counsellor at Law, TWO DOORS EAST OF THE POST OFFICE, t.T STAIRS. Refer lo Messrs. J. A J. II. PECK & Co. Nov. 19. A. ROBERTSON, narrlstcr ami Attorney at Law, Late in the office of the lhn. Solicitor Gen' I Day) LITTLE ST. JAMES'S STREET. Montreal, 1 Nov. 1311. Reference in Darlington, to . nilAHl.KS ADAMS, Esquire. 24 PECK & SPEAR, wholesale dealers In English, French, India and American DRUGS. Also, DRUGGIST'S GLASS WARE. liurlliii;(Dii, VI. Jl ,i C N i: T ll lit) M T I i: A . Till-. IT. hi II ! THE 'I EI.TII ! '. The Incomparable Tooth. Preparation. THE fjcl i proved, ami the mn-t incredulous nn 1 doubling are lully convinced of its ureal uti'ity, ns we have the evidence from the -ale of about 23 - 000 I nxesnf the (Vomica, within the paf year. It is ascertained from experience, that when li-cd, llie teeth wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1842

mm ipibibi VJEUMONTJjEOlSLATUBE. , SATunrny, Oct. 22, 1S42. oi'XA Vl.. The Governor transmuted to tho Sen itu tnu llcnort of ihi nmiinniiM im pointed by the Governor, pursuant to Legislative nit- uioniy.. i up report was rend, when Mr. VMon mov rit that It llU aid Oil thctahln. mill 'Kill rnnioa nr.lnr..,l to be printed. ' Mr. Camp snggrsted tlio piopriety of .. .im iiuiiiui.- . ,ur. iniiiiiniinui preierreu its puu icaltoii 111 nil ihe papers in tlio slate, Gratuitous, or by small cooipennli,in. Mr. Tuwnslcy picferted its publication m punplilct foint, say 10 or 1300. Mr Hilton sutigcMcd COO. Mr. Spr.U'uri look nn entirely dill, rent view, I10 li'scd the report, but thought 200 copici enough to lie, printed. .Mr Ihrtlett pud 200 would not supply the UviMature, when .Mr Si.rm-ue consented to 300. Mr Starr spoke in favor of 500'or m- i'LJX?" nn ""P"""!' rcjtnrt. Mr Townslcy moved 000 copies, supported by Mr Camp, when Mr Uu libel I tnovnUhal the motion to print belaid on the bible, Th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1842

them ai candidates and thus enablous to advance the eauso which wo hold especially dear, while at tho lime time, wo sustain those other interests which you, na parties, are endeavoring to promote. May not abolitionists newer buucrve mr cause 01 nuou-, tion by thus aiding to secure tho election of men who r umIIiht tu take modcratti crnund against slavery. I linn to lojsa their inllueuce ns to all prcsjnt ptnetical purposes, by shutting themselves up within tho iiraiicned enclosure of a third political party. Thu Ins been, substantially tho course pursued by British nbolniunbls) and wc have seen tho niiehly rcs.ilis in the abolition, by thollritish government, of Iheslavo trado and of slavery.. And no trilling re sults havo been effected by this policy in our own country. I refer to tho action, in arious ways favor able to abolition, of the Lcgislalnrcsof New York, Massachusetts Connecticut and Vermont, which it is notorious, havo aided the onward movement of tho' Anti-Slavery cause....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 November 1842

"He touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced." Prom tho Newark Sentinel. THESIiAVKUY OV "1'nUEMES."' Had 1 a voice of trumpet tone, Or thunder's ratling peal, My countrymen frmn zone to zona The Trutli slio'ild hear and feel. Scourje me the scribbling scoundrel hound, Tho lying hireling lash, Who spits hi poisonous slaver round, And sells his soul ior cash. It nKil.es mc laugh to hear a knavs Of honour talk, and riidit, Or see a Mississippi slavo For the sfinie honor fight. The Patriot is o' solete, Man's soul is nut his own; All must the general mandate meet, Or meet the general frown. The bigot wretch his prey pursue! lieyond thcchurclio's palci In politics once more renews Th' expiring fires of hell. We boast we're fr emcn, so we arc i Hie Laic proclaims us men ; Dut then Opinion, mightier far, Soon nukes us tlavcs again. From him. who rides on Party's wave Down to my lady's man, The most obsequious, supple slave Is your Anicii- an. lie dares not tote, he dares not drtst, He...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1842

MMUlJMji-l-""-i"gWMMMMB"'M'BMfcMMM5,,M''',a - iii NOT THE GLORY OP CfiSAR DOT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ll, 1842. No. 24. G GOUGE II. PECK, Attorney awl Coiinsellorat Law, two noons east or the tost orncE,vr staibs. liefer to Messrs. J. & J. II. PECK & Co. Nov. 19. A. ItOBEUTSON, Barrister ami Attorney at Law, (Late in the office of tho Ai. Solicitor Gcn'l Day) L1TILF, ST. JAMES'S STREET. - Montreal, 1 Nov. 1941. Reference in Uurlington, to , CHARLES ADAMS, Enquire. 21 PECK fc SPEAR, wholoealo dealers in English, French, India qnd American 3 xz vj a & . Also, DRUGGIST'S CLASS WARE, liiirllngtoii, Vt. ' M AflXIiTIC O I) O N TIC A. Till; 1E1.T1I! THE TEl.TU ! ! The Incomparable Tooth Preparation. Till! fact i. proved, and ihe most incredulous and doitl-tintr aie Ittlly convinced o( it. great utility, avo hue the evidence lioin (lie sale of al)OUt 35 -OOI) ' oxesof tlie OJontira, within the pn-t year. It js nsi-ertaiue 1 from exper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1842

ADDBESS by the council ok censors. To tht Vecincn of Iht Stale of i'crmontt The council of Censor, chosen on the last Wednesday of March, 1811, pursuant to thu forty third section of the constitution of llio slate, about tu eloso their official labors, present to the public the result of their deliberations in relation to the various subjects which havo occupied thcirnttcntion durinc the past year. Among other things, it is made tho duly of tho Council to ennuire whether the constitution has been preserved inviolate, in cery part, during tho lost septenary I whether tho legislative and executive brunches liavo peribrmcd their duty as guardians of the people, or assumed to ihrinsefvti or exercised other or greater powers than they are cntitilcd to by tho'cofistilulioni whether the public taxes have been uslly laid and collected in nil parts of tho stato in what tn,inncr tho public monies havo been disposed of, and whether the laws have been duty CTCCutcdj KiM Iheyaio empnwerel, alsii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1842

ILLINOIS DUKAI) STUFFS AND l'UO VJSIONS. The Alton Telegraph of tlio 2CJ ult. says : "Wheat has tuna in during tlio past week in gicatur quantities than for the few wcoks pro. vioiis. It has maintained tlio price quota! hy us last week with fnmticsf, that is from U3 to !)7 cents per bushel ; gno.I lots only coin, inaiuliiiir tlio latter price. Most thai comes in is taken for foreign account." Pork anu llEEr. l'Vom inquiries that wo liavo made (says tlio Alton TulegraphAof those Iiorctoforo engaged in the nbuvo business, we have no hesitation in asserting, that a market will be found this winter in this city for all the Pork which will be brought in. Tho price', however, will bo low vorvlow: varying from one to two dollars per hundred ; and none but choice and very heavy hogs will coinmauu we latter nrico. As to Hoof, there will bo but very little! if any purchased. The fatal consequences mat have attached to everv person who has touched beef for the last five years, will have tho ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 November 1842

"lie touched tiis liFtrii.aiiil nsiljotii lirnrd, cntrnnced.' hind linrnl. Wo corl.iinly li.ivo li.nl unoitgll while the others inctensed. it is u common to convince iiny coiishloruto peopli!, that it siyingin Viu.'inin wo havo too inuchldnd; is great lolly lor us to lt;ivu such u pi out do- f that is not tin." tiercel, W o cultivtito too suo to innku liasto to ho rich $ for, how ma- , much in corn, that docs not nroiluco enough ny in nttompttng to catrh tlio shadow linvo freil tho hands itud horses. Lot us inuku lost tlio substance 1 This making hastu to ( crops that is less exhausting and feed with he rich, I apply nioro particularly to the far- ( luss corn, for wo tdl know that land exposed incr. Any reasonahlo man, as a farmer, to tho sun is not gaining any strength, whilst ouyht to bo satisfied to improve his land and land covered over with a sod is increasing his other property while raising his family, ' daily. I raw one other thing that ought to nnd make a small surplus, whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1842

. -ZZZ- " ""' "' " " ' ' '" "" . - i i -,.,- tt NOT TBI QLOXY OP C JB S A M BUT T L F A R 1 OF BOMB. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,1842. VOL. XVI. No. 25. fJOfWl English Quills, small size and mipcri JXfJJ or quality suitable for Ladies School. Just received by C. GOODRICH. J3cpt. 7. ' English and American Prints, 20 Cases just received and for sale by Oct. Slh. 1848. VILAS, LOO.MIS & Co. Great Bargains. 10P Wainright's best improved premium cook .store t 1 fancy parlour stove ; 1 box stove i 1 two horse wagon. Theabove are all in good condition for immediate use, although second handand will bo sold at n low rate. Wm. HURLBUT. Oct. 7, 1942. At the New Cash Store, KNIVES AND PORKS j pocket and pen-knives: sissors and she raj silver, steel and bross thim bles; raxors and Chapman's patent straps) tobaco nd'snutV boxes ( shaving and fancy perfumed soapi best needles arid pinsi fancy and glass beads) hair; dust, cloth and tooth brushes) German Silver, Brit ania and Iron t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1842

fflft nDTli TTR WlH tii tH J r k J ti el f ' , VERMONT LEGISLATURE. , SENATE. Tuiioav, Nov. P. 1B12. rrster bv thachanlain. Resolutions Rclatinir to officers of lha Oners) fovernment holding offices in (his Slalo, including n.c.sooi air aiowcu, a postmaster, and late com missioner of the deaf, dumb and blind t called up by Mr Bribes, when Mr, Camp called for the reading of a pan ui me written report on inesumect, recommend ing tho payment to MrStowcll of his claim for scrvi- s ai i commissioner. Tho Senate non-concurred with tho House in the resolution. Hy Mr Sprague, providing for the taxation of corporations) read and referred to committee. Reports Bv Mr Starr, ofthe stive communication, of a resolution against tho uuseui mo iraniiing privilege, nnu in tavor or a re form in the Post Ofllce Department) resolution read and passed. House bill in amendment of an act incorporating tha Hank f Montpelier, reported by MrSowlcs, with - iMupvismuu ui nuienaincni, wmcn was annpied nd the bil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1842

h was severely foil nt both tlieso places. . Acorreipondent of tlio tAuob'ec Gaz. writes that " a smart shock of nn Earthquake occur red at Three Rivers firnl throughout tho district yesterday morning, 7th Nov., al 0 o'clock. The;, inhabitants were very much alarmed, and tho streois .tested the great excitement it en gendered, tho, citizens running generally from tbolr dwellings into tho strccs. Tho convul ion of tho earth lasted several seconds, and WM followed by n slight snow storm. A marriage ceremony was being performed in tho French Cathedral at tho time, and tho cene that ensued was ludicrous in tho extreme; some said that the church shook from Its found ation, so much that they thought it was tum bling down, and a rush to tho door was the consequence. However tho happy knot was tied, and the event no doubt will bo. long re membered by the bridal pa'rty. I cannot 'de scribe to you the noise accompanying this convulsion of tho earth ; suffice it to say, It was most singular an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 November 1842

He touched his harp,and nations heard, rntrnnccd." From Altxantlcr't Mtsstngtr. AUTUMN THOUGHTS. To J IK D . How glorious ire the forest trees, Clad in their Autumn dress, Waring with the cool western breeze In light and loveliness : What limner's art their lines mar trace, As 'neath October's sun The flitting colors, colon chase, S till changing at ihcy run. Gorgeous are they bright, floeting things For, ah t as all of earth, Death with it, still their beauty brings, They perish with their birthi Another moon, and they are past With Summer's (lowers they lire, Scattered around as by the blast, They glow thus hut to die I They bring me melancholy thoughts, Mingled with memories sweet, Of Autumn days, when thero came nought My apirit could not greet. I think with more of myrth than grief At morn's early dawn, Of our garnered nuts, when fell the leaf A score of years agonc. Thou d6st remember well, I ween, The stolen march at morn The sleepy dog the watchman keen The tattered breech f...

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