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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 January 1863

- -rTT..:--;i-1 a- JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTHAND JUSTICE." Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOL IS, OIIIOJ JANUARY i; 18631 Number G. 1 i 1 If A THRILLING NARRATIVE. CAPTURE A PARTY OF UNION SOLDIERS —THEIR IMPRISONMENT, ESCAPE AND RECAPTURE—EXECUTION OF SEVEN OF THE PARTY—FINAL ESCAPE OF THE OTHERS—HOW UNION PRISONERS ARE TREATED IN REBEL JAILS AND DUNGEONS. GEOBS. - - y i y 5b Editor of the Scioto Gazette: . In compliance with request made by numerous friends I will give his tory of ihe adventurous tour of An dre ws party in Kebeldom. ,ine pao lis will, perhaps, be interested in hear ing something from the an-eaiien party rttM( mho W G(X M. Miirhl Division last spring Those who think ' we went on spying expenitioa are badly fooled. We went for the express purpose of destroying the bridges on the Georgia railroad, between Chatanooga, Term., and Marietta; Ga. The party was ordered by Gen. 0. M. Mitchell. The question now arose, who should go?.. In order to decide themattei, the ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 January 1863

GxlIXIPOLIS JOURNAL BDfTIS ARB PU1LT8BIB BT JAMES IIARPER, jgrAt f 1.50. invariably in ad vane JL L. STEWART. Asson-Asr Ewtos. GALLirOLIS. JTIJUBSDAT." -, ; , JAN. 1. I86S. Siow." held at Gallipolis, on Friday aod SrtBrday wl las, week, proved decided success to the viwr( of the stock.- Tbe "entries" were made ehief- ly by en "old fel. known as Uncle Bam. ". Two or three "outside " entriea" were presented, bat lacking, the TJ. S., they received little or bo attention from the : .wpee-olators. ; . The exhibition opened precisely at 9 A. M., oa Friday morning. ,' The . audience at that early baar was quite ' respectable in point of nnmbera, many of them having left home some daya previous in order to be ro'on time." The time' required to get back to their respective homes, we hare no means of ascertaining. It is hicblv B rotable tnanr of them, "were it not for tbe 1 asms of riding, would prefer going .foot."T ' . .The bidding wss spirited, and though the, rain occasionally .poured dow...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 January 1863

LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING" in the'Post Offiee at Galli polis, Gallia Coontv. Ohio, en the first day of Jamiary. A. 'D. 1863, which, if not taken oat before the first day of Mink nert, will be tent to the General Port Office aa Dead Letters: . j : i Office hours from half-past 7 A. to 7 P.M..-,-. Adam Richard S Kraus Philip Kramer Josepa Kelly Michael ' - Kelly Frsncis-2 ' Kenidgo Eliza Kennedy Benbea Lawrenee Mariman Ana Mary ' Barnv A ' . Blanch Henry Barton Emily . Barstoar Zaehsriah Balwin Nancw . Backus Jefferson Black IHs Baily Fannie-3 . Bellows 0 V Brioa Wallis Bowman F Browning flary Broek John' BoyeeChae R ' Bowman F- " Bos worth k Bowman Brooks David Bo?es Benjamin f ' Bruer John Atea Butler Wm . , Bunch Catharine " Butcher Elisabeth .' Campbell Saml XJ '. ". Clark Martha Ann Clark Geonra Crawford Wm . Chavis Griffin Carlile Jobs K Campbel KG Correll John W Carter Sally . Call Isreal Clnfflin Kahals Caulley Jackson Chamliers Harriet . Carter Wilson Carr Ellen CampWl Eliza ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 January 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. THE DYING YEAR. The jw ia dying, gwntly flying -Boo ita ana will emu to sbiev" .. if 1 Fait tin eve around it closing, ;. -, . j Sooa, eh, mob will Uy decUna. , - Passing swiftly, 0 how avidly, " Sweeping from iim earthly there, Speeding to mom Uod or regioa. To revisit os no more. -, Ths oU year brought tha spring time blaom- ing. ' - " Bnmraer robed ia sweetest flow en. Autumn in ita splendor glowing, , Gay and happy joyooa horns. ' i : J--' Sat spring hu passed and summer's gone. Bright autumn it haa flown, ... And winter with iu hoary locka, - Now aita upon earth 'i throne. An em Mem of onr life we hare : ' In thia the dying yesr. " ' -Trom youth to age we swiftly pass, And aooa the grave ia near. In youth we're robed in richest flowers, And sunbeams roand as play. Bat like stern winter are aoon eomaa, " And all the flowers decay. Changes, O how many changes In the oloaing year we're known, Ere the coming year ia dying, ; We with other ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 January 1863

' I 11 AY ' -i i : j JAMES HARPER,: EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVIII. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." $1:50, iTA&YAliCIV 6ALLIPOLIS, OHIO. JANUARY 8, 1863. Number 7.- 1 hi . - I s I I S ! THE MAD ENGINEER. BY A GERMAN CONDUCTOR. My train left Dantzig in tlie morning generally at 8 o'clock, bnt one a week we hid to wait for tlie arrival of the ateamer from Stockholm. It was on the morning of the steamer's arrival that I eame down from my hotel, and found that my engineer had been so se riously injured that he conld not ron. One of the railway carriages had run over him, and broken one of his legs. 1 went immediately to the engine house to obtain another engineer lor I knew there were three or four in reserve &ew bnt I waa disappointed. I In- nired for Westfall. and was informed atTie'rTa?rgonVio Steegtm tor see hhf mother. Gondoloho had been aent to Kooigsberg, on that road. Bnt where "was Wayne f He had leave of absence for two days, and had gone no one knew where. Here was a fix. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 January 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BT J ATIES HARPER, ZSy-At 91.60. invariably in advanee R. L. STEWART. Assistant Ecrroa. THURSDAY. JAN. 8. 1863. TxyThe New Tear was ushered in to existence in Gallipolis, in a style that would hare-done honor to the -daya of our first French settlers. A stranger on hit arrival in town that night, would have found it difficult to conceive, that we- were citizen of a town, located on tbe Twrder, aabject to a raid from the . enemy at almost any hour, and that we formed part of a nation engaged in a- murderous and destructive warfare, which threatened onr very existence as such nation. The sound of merry mu sic, and "the tripping of the light fan tastic toe" in various quarters, indiea ted the method pursued by many to welcome the "glad New-Year," and lid farewell to the old, with all its load of guilt, bloodshed sod sorrow. Three balls on the same night in a town the sice of Gallipolis will serve to show that our people are "not a bit scsrt" Tha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 January 1863

nence " almost " overlooking Jdurfrees- boro and in this aituation formed, as indeed it shad done before, the ex- trerae leit wine ol onr army, ai - - . 1 about 4 o'clock in the evening. neu too one anticipated a renewal of the bat- - . L tie, that the rebeia advanced -in over- whelming forte, under the command of Breekenridge. who seemi to have been all day in charge of the right wing ol their army, and threw themselves, wito terrible impetuosity upon Tan Cleve'a division. Thia portion of our troops Beattv. of the 19th Ohio, Gen. Van Cleve having been wounded on Wednesday. The assault of the enemy waa speedily an- to the rest of the army by a dreadful war' of artillery, and a deaf- ening rattle of musketry. Everybody rushed instantly to arms, and all seemed anxious to engage the enemy at once, For half an hour the gallant men of Cleve's division held their own five limes their numbers, but finding it impossible to withstand one- third of the entire rebel army, beean to give ground....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 January 1863

POET'S CORNER. THE NIGHT HAS COME. BY ROSA. The night has eotse, when I may sleep. To dream perehanee ef taes And when at thout Where sorkh-winda Aleog a soutEern tea. Thy ban, f lcriou tropic Ule On which ths inn with pride Doth mile, M might sultan smile Oa hi Circassian bride. And where the south-wind gently stirs Ahimof fragrant belle. While eone the waves ae worshippers. With rossry of ehelle -The alt of the shore to wreathe, There, in the twilight dim. Like nans, the fosm-Teiled breakers breathe Their wild and gushing hymn. The night has come, and I will glide , O'er sleep's hashed waves the while. In dreams to wander by thy side Tbrongh that enchanting isle. For, in the dark, my fancy seem As fall of witching spells As yon blae sky of starry beams Or ocean-depth of sheila. Yet sometimes vision do becloud My sool with sneh strange fears, They wrap me like an icy shroud And Ware my soul in tears. Tor once methonghtthy band did bind Upon my brow a wreath In which a riper was ent...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1863

AMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AND PROPRIETOR.' GAL LI POL TRUTH AND JUSTICE." IS, O TI I Q JANUARY 15, a. . . . -- - i . 186 3. $1:50,: THE ROBBERS. a English nobleman tu at a time buck traveling from town it in the country, accompanied by fe except bi outrider. He bad ,-ded nearly twenty miles, when oad lav thrnnirh . email e had bnt just entered this, h carriage was snddenlv anr- by six men on horseback. these secured one of the attend- wo another; the remaining two tols through the side-windows carnage. -lour pocvei-DooR, my lord, said ..... .r . l - u : i i ,"P"w"n,ea' w"ose con- tenance m hideous. 1 I j p' the - uoseput his band Tntuiira poem:- drew out bis purse and presented ' "I beg pardon, my lord, Baid the robber; "it is your poclel-bok I want." While uttering these words he weighed the purse with his left hand. wiuie no cocaeu tue pistol wnu uia right. The dnle retaroed bis presence of l t - i i - J .t -: . 1 L : wind, and drawing forth his pocket boek, gave it to th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1863

r 15. 1863. ,7jan.. Tl, TJpmoeratic. Leaders in the . i . r- v. ntii. for the nlti- mate dissolation of this Union. We the Lsabsbs, and wish to be dis- tinclly understood hi making the charge, ' The nwsse of the Democracy would act rightly o this momentous questioner if suffesed a do sq by their Leaders. ij On th not on em ests the responsibility, and the people -" ' - That (lis might fabric of our 3or eramebtjs shaking, and in Imminent danger bf crumbling to pieces, cannot be rlenieK Unless the beoDle see i Jintrrr. and hstitnolv howl nl n"'''' . f:e7"rts. use up every ener 72lLci cirduty to themselvwhri holiest gift of oar alters, wdl and perish forever. It is the people who are vitally in terested in this matter. The poor, the laboring classes who can barely pro cure a comfortable living, they are especially interested in the preservation of this Government. The political knaves, who, like the scum arising upon a boiling caldron, like it too, float upon the surface, are not the m...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1863

LATER FROM VICKSBURG. t,;n. tj i- f .v.. ttyt Rreil ExarKrated-Union Low. t,000- Gen. Sherman Retired from Fight-VeB,DK'""rlnS P;.;nn,ners McClernand ' Arrived and Took Command Forces ' M..;.. R.rk to Napoleon Rebels Renort Farragut and Banks Coming up the River Extravagant Estimate of the Enemy's Strengih. Mmphis, Tins.. January 9, ) y Via Cairo, Jan. If. J By passengers on the Steamer Lan caster, from Helena, we Jiave a few additional particular from Vicksburg. It would appear that the attack upon Vit-ksborg was by no means as Formida ble as the public have been led to oppose. It is trne that an attack was made as stated, and there has been some bard fighting, bat the engage ment was not general. On the center column, Blair and Morgan L. Smith carried the ' works commanding the bights, but were compelled to retire, rot being supported by the right or left. The logs on our side will not amount to more than 2.000 killed and wounded. bear testimony that General Frank alter Gen. Smith...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1863

V I ,nd. friends ur fatal ends Cray a tear. ie peaung anna u onwu .rioldien swiftly put the word, "Prepare, prepare ye brave; T" 1 . ' I , A ad swear by Holy Cross no yield. Shall stain a freeman's grave. . - Tfaer strike their tents and clash their arms Without a trace of war's alarms. So eager tbey (or life; - They hastes on their march of death, And each in each doth stifle breath. As plonginf m the strife. So halt is made for bleeding friesds, As swift tbey to the conflict wead To strike yet Bearer still, Their arms now tinged with human blood That drenches Earth like licensed flood And dyes the nsighb ring rill. . The pennant high abore is borne, without a star or stripe yet tore, . Amid 1 twittlw cry; Their maddened foes receive th .WV 1 i 1 . C ... . While comrades round them die. Ob, on they dash o'er bloody plain, Xor heed the requiem for the skua Whose span of life hath sped; The warrior's yell aseendiag there Like fiends let loose in upper air To revel o'er tbe dead. 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. — 22 January 1863

1: XT Mil rVrV AT. II I t 1 I i I I -; I ? 1 i , I j I ; I T . r-v n : - . iu :.-. JAHES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AND PROPRIETOR. G ALL IPO truth anb;justice," LIS,: Oil TO; J A N U A R Y 22, 1 1 80 3 1 fv- T. :50, IN ADVANCE. Number 9. FACE AT THE WINDOW. BY GEO. MARTIAL. It was a -woman's face I saw as drew rein at Cuthburt Hall a pale calm almost prood faee, with l-.rge Creole eyes, and eoal black hair, loupeJ way from the cheek in heavy ud shining folds. : . I bad seen many beautiful faces da ring my winters in New York and Washington roy eummert at Cape May, Newport and Nahsnt. and De cides I was expecting to meet at the Hall a certain Southern belle and heiress a sister-in-law ol the friend who had ioriied me to hit home. Se-i only gave a passing glance to the pale stranger, and dismounting rang the bell. A lew moments after the door opened, and the lady whom I had teen at the win dow came in with two curly headed children clinging about her. She bade me good morning in a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 January 1863

OITI Tm T? rnTITiT,T. ' UAliliirUAKQ uum" EDITED ABB PUBLISHED BT JAMES II AR PER, ', jy-At 9 1. oo. invariably "ranee, V- B. L MB WART. Amwtm Eikto. - y- CrALLIPOLIS. ... .. . .I . j TUTTRsn A V t 3 AT!. 42. 1863. : t? .1, f tl.. an-ntrv ' . , . we hear of iremenoooa Bnow.wuru..,wilhout and lntewely cold weamer. " w" tardly be credited that in Golliaeonnty we'dlJ not have over half an ineh'of , .i. j..v .r! ,uow. or grouna .rosea o upV u , three inches. Thns far we have had little or no cold weather. . Gallipolis is certainly highly favored in point of cli mate. 1 Even far south of os the anew fell to the depth of I t inches. ,; At Cin cinnati 24 inches, at New Haven, Ken tucky, 16 inches. Yet in Gallipolis the f round was barely whitened. To-day, Tuesday ," it is raining stead Tlri anil the river fretting no to a fear- ful height to be still fnrther increased J ' - o m r by melting of the snow in the Moun tain. The anxiooaly looked for rise la on hand, although aome damage may be ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 January 1863

JEFF. DAVIS' MESSAGE. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF January 15. Tha Richmond papers " mofti' if bre come to hand. : Thereat in, portal feature olthe newt i i Jeff. Da vit una) message, , After bmfly re ferring to the campaigue M,c '" l"1 annual message, he eaye the antieipa- tiom rhicb entered Uito the coolest V... nnv rinened into the eonicuon bicb is not only shared who os oy the opinion of neutral nations, but eotnrnoo opin is evidently forcing itself uppa our ene mies themselves. , , 'The advent of peaee will be bailed rith lor. ' Our desire for H has never been'conceabut earnest a. ha. been .Uh far neaee. and creats have ' T. . . , been our sacnnces ana sunenngs an- rin? the war. th rirti-rm nut urn u people has with each succeeding month, become more fixed to endare any suf- r . and coniinae any sacribce how ,cnng au W ,u e.er protongeo. unm mcr r.gm , afAmAM- ar1 tka tfttart tmt and UU CI UUICIIt SI'U w w -v -p. indrDendence of the States shall hare been triumphantly vindicated and es...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 January 1863

POET'S CORNER. rw-This very fernarkable poem dis tributed ea ths first dsy of ths year by tha carriers of ths Louisville JouruaU THE OLD SERGEANT. The earner eannoteiBe te-day ths I With whieh he used to go, Jh yming the grand-rounds of the happy Bew Years That are now beneeth the enow. Tor the auneawfal and portentous shadow That overcast the earth. And emote the land last year with deflation, Still darkens every hearth. And the earner hears Beethoven's mighty death-march And he hears and feels it breathing in his . . . bosom, ; And beating in his heart. And to-day, like a scarred and weather beaten Anin he comes alene, To fell the story of the Old Tear's straggles. la another Jew x ear's song. And the song is his, bat not so with the story; For toe story, you must Know, . Was told in prose to Assistant Surgeon. ' .Austin,- .' . By a soidie of Shiloh; ? By Robert Barton, whe was brought up oa ins Adams With his death-wound in his side; And who told the story to the Assistant Sur ge...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1863

wR.. 1 1 , I ; w xy. ty. .-- -1' JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. : f RUTH AKD 5lU$TICE. - . Sl;50, in.adyakce; Volume XXVIII. G A Ti T, TP O J, I S , O IT T O; i.T A NUAUY30, 1803. Nrnnhpr 10. ADVICE TO A POOR MAN. With many persons a discussion of economy is very distasteful. In fash ion able circles a lady would lose caste who should seriously discuss the simple rules of economy. It is thought mean As Ism not troubled in this wsy. 1 continue the series of articles under this beading. [From "How to Live." . 0 Dim. "Ti a Utile sum ti often given for a drink or a cigar 'tis soon bnrned out and wasted. Il takes ten dimes to make a dollar, and a dol lar is a common price for a single meal. It is soon eaten its effects are not last ing, except when it produces dyapep sis, and then it often costs a hundred dimes to -purchase -medicine thai tloes Dot cure the disease. To those who never dine for legs than dollar, hew unsatisfactory would be a dinner for a dime I Reader, have you ever...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. KIfK MSB PUBLISHED BT JAMES HARPER, jyAt 51,50; invariably in advance K. L. STEWART, Abistabt Editor. - G AliLlPOLIS. " THURSDAY. :' JAN. 30- 1863. J-Tbe spirit of moboeracy better known m Democracy, seems to hare teen let loose for a little season, to show tbe civilized how beautifully it accords with peace and order. The proceeding of that party a few days since in Harrisburg, Pa., during tbe election of a U. Si Senator by the Legis lature, was worthy the best days of tbe French Revolution. A horde of misore- ante from tbe purlieu and brothels of Philadelphia, sent by railroad at the expense of distinguished Democrats of that city like Frank Hughes, and Win B. Reed, filled op every available inch of room in the rotunda ' and lobbies of the House, threatening instant death to any Democrat who should dare to rote for the Republican candidate, or rather against Buckalew, one of the most no torious "sympathizers" in the State, who w 31 occupy the same position in t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1863

R06SCRAXB TO BI DALT WlTH. Under the bote title tba Jstw York Post baa the following pungent bit at those roae water-lilly-liverea aemoeraia of the peace on any terms that tecesh may dictate persuasion. The Post eaya: : We understand that a committee or "democrats," to be composed of John Van Bnren, Ben. Wood, James Brooks, Ynllandighara and Sanset Cox, are boot to address a severe note to Gen. Kosecrans, asking him what he means by bis singular proceedings in Tennes see. Their feelings have been rtrj tnneh hart by this rough and ruffianly node of handling their friends, Bragg, Johnson, Hardee, Kama, ect., and de mand an explanation. Does be not know that he is irrita ting the minds of our Southern brethren by bis harsh measures? Can he hope to win tbem back to love of the old Union by his bayonets, awordi, and cannon? Why did be not throw down bis arms and coax them into their alle giance and duty? - His sharp, ill-advised radical method by gunpowder we fear, has only confirmed ihe...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1863

POET'S CORNER. From the Louisville Journal. (A fairer wreath than this tu never laid oa the eoacb of a dying year: , vr Tread softly and speal; low " -Forth eM year is a-dying. .i.e.-.;-. ,i. fVaaytn, Decerolier's clouds to-night hare piled high A coach whereon a Demi god might die In regal gloom and sunless majesty; And Lew ho gazes with a Prophet's ken, Mav there behold what passes blinder men A Titan lying all his stately length Snpine and stricken in his brokenatrengUi; His sceptre falling from bis nerveless hand Like an enchanter's enerrated wand, His long white locks esea.ing from a band That seems a poor and senseless mockery now, (The crown siU loosely on a dying brow)! And 'neath his sandalled feet a rolling sphere. Fast reeling into space . . Thus dies the Tear! . SayT was it but the norinwind's broken mono That seemed but now to shape in Bhuaie - Rhyme . The solemn words of destiny and timet Or did prophetic lips indeed unclose ' To murmur of earth's past and future woes,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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