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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 January 1851

y From ihe Delta TDK FNION MRKTIfNi. 1 . LN'NKW ORLEANS. I tie Union meeting ut the St. Chai!e tat f funis Hllfil the home from mge to ..-. ni ii oln nil to dome. 1 tie crowd came. Tir.fl urifih.f .III al .11 . I . i i.M n.."Yn! i n ' i i . r"'vieldeil by tiro Southern ponion of th. con i'.i no. n plnce was left m which to slow a -. i .. . ! . V r IJaiow-l willun tho wall or the buildiii". 1 '- ' ' " " "wreujKWtn- The h..ue was splendidly lighted u. and pronu-m laws comprehend cv.-y conces- lla: orchestra were in their place ivin al-j61011 t":iL f'''-1"1- "' "itlj with honor.) ii-mati-iy Washington's March II ail Colum-j at- th.vt wc-cannot eontnpl:tti-. -without bio r.?.te DoimIIc and other pan'otic ami; horror llie inevitable Consequences which national air. There were three cheer-then would result lrom the unanimous rcsis for Ca three (or Wehsier thiee for Downs ' tance of the cittze-jS of of the Sodlh to tin ee Sir Foote three for Governor Walk-1 "''. tins slightest infraction o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 January 1851

tmnnl cc.unciU. timt constitution will lie I country stand lv llie work of vour fathetn. cnllid upon in pass from existence under stand by the Uniun uf the Stntcs and may the irt itching ofti higher law ststcni? j Almighty God prosper oil our eflinls in the J r Cobb concluded as fellows: (cause of lilicity. nnd in the cause of that He trusted the dny of the dissolution of United Government which icndeis his peo- tlus Unit n was fin- distant; lie.iu.-lt-il it would ' pie the happiest ppople upon which the sun c-tc-r cotee. I-utifwc wanted lo picsrittil ever shone lam gentlemen jours truly it. wc nms-t firs: le.un to know what the and faithfully. I men was. 'I l.i v jipm:ci iiy tour n ViiKin not to he nimy or nnvv - in t by Up Mr. rg ami of GnCeitimrnt Tin bond uf union ippo.ps in the hearts and nf- fectiens ol'the whole American people DANIEL WEBSTER. To Messr. Win. Kinnry Wm Krn.ier. Benj. Ciawfoid James Points and I. Waddell Esq. Committee CLARK syiLLE FEMALE INSTITUTE. THIS Insula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 January 1851

-We Find the following EXTRA O K 1 I N AUK. HUMAN CURIOSITIES. Tremont Marbiaou Abkoad float: ii !. TOl. AfllnKm. nl llii. rou'i'rnPP: of .1 :.. tj r .. H'.mn iivR r Mr. S.B.Knox arrived -at the WeB.h.v. nwTstrd by Rev. J. S Donaldson House yeilerday with two kaana children a "the flight Hon. V. L. M. Sce.ilrt of Ltccos- boy and girl ol nn almost cmiiici rue . ter park Scotland to .Mis:. Kate YVilmot lrnl America. 1 lu-y are me tnosi oiun: .uuu- onlv dei-j-htcr of Col. W. Randolph U. S.M.ing objects ever brought to this country; " J but they are 'naterl Inunnns. notvvithstdiiil- i . ling Mint their appearance nt the first j-lanc.c MiL.Tv.nv Twr to Eunorr. Captain' is rather against them. The boy is XK inch -Vincent' Light Oiinnl. one .f New York")cs in height and weighs Hi pouiKls and in best trii'iilarv companies is ranking extcnMves' the opinion of Dr. Oilman W a..s ol iscvv irrhnzement.-. to vis.t Livem-ml London audi York is about 10 years ot age. I he gnl I. Pnri... i June next...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 January 1851

.v "m n n T n Ti Hi tt P T4 t run iiTn i nn Mi f- CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUH BANNER BRAVE THE BHEEZE THE STAKDAED'cr THE TREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR." VOL. 8 CLARUSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTV TEXAS SATUItD A V JANUARY 11. 1351. no: 19' - i&h mun.in.hRSi d 1 mi u n n ll Br ' SE INSANITY A VAKIC13. From the St. Louis Union of llie lGUi in. The steamboat Niagara down yester- day morning from the Illinois river hroueht as a nason-er Mr. Jacob Strawn of Jacksonville the extensive land-holdrj From the Vjckslrarp 'Miss.) Wing. OUR UNION. By J. K. C. The blood that flowed at Lexington and crim- soned bright Champlain A Piiysiolocical Fact. A surgeon in the United States Army recently desired to Know tne most common cause ot en listment. By permission of the captain ot the company containing Iilty-livrun ... ..ii -i .i. o ..... rv.n- . . .. -i ( nr a n pi w nn.vnr to i isn n.SR I in nnmn n ... it. tl .JH.tl oilil un'iiy till. v.VUl.ll.l. UI1 illlU UV I11U I J I ..1- I I -. ...... a.on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 January 1851

CONGRESSIONAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Friday Dec. 13. Slavsot and -mz. FccitnT. Slave Law Mr. G iddinus moved to amend the reso lutions by .inserting therein tlio follow jt:: Rcsowd That 90 much of the raid mes- sage and' accompanying documents as refatCR to our domostio policy be referred io the Committee on the Judiciary. 2ir. Gildings then addressed the House nn hour on subjects embraced in the. annu al message 01 the president ot tSic Uni- tad States expressing his non-eoncur-roixsn in some of the views ot the Presi- dent; nnd his conenrronco in others. Mr. G. also called attention to that por- tion of the message which declared thai the Executive would sec that the laws were faithfully executed. This remark had not been made for the last twenty- five years. And why was it made now? It was at this time nut forth for some pur pose and that purpose well endcrstood bv the House as relating to the fugitive sfavc bill. lie considered this part of the rnesage as a menace that the pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 January 1851

fc An Interview wi-tu one t- the. saints. Vuder this title the cJitor or the Daily Free Dm- ocrat of Wisconsin E a" account of a visit pold him by one. of the Mormons by the name o! MUI fresh from Bcavor Wand lh rendezvous of about foir'hamlred of those singular fanatics. He stated that Strang tho mm who got himself pro- claimed King on the 5ih July last had been im- prisoned four timn but each limo got clear on io lie technical iofuimality. When asked if the .LATER FROM CALIFORNIA. ATtuiViT. OF THE STEAMSHIP OHIO Uy thparrival of the steamship Ohio we h.n rf-rrivpii a biir Tile of the various Cal ifornia papers from the 19th of October (the date of the previous advices) to the 1st of November the day on which Hie stcamsnip Panama left San Francisco. From Hie pa- pers we hare had lime to overhaul we glean the following intelligence. The Son Francinco papers contain long and interesting accounts of the celebration in that citr In honor of tins admission of Cal- "authorities did not c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 January 1851

5 IHSSELL'S RETREAT AT UUEN.V VISTA. t. Wo have boen told by one who was there the srinntia? of this proceeding. When the aid on du- ty-who wad-Col: Churchill) gave Col. Bissell tho rrJr to retreat tho Indiana regiment was ia rapid fighfia raaf of Uissell's scattered over half a mile ." 'f ground each mats evidently thinking the hatiln r J"51 and trying to sivt himself; is soon a-? IHsicll's should he faced about to fill hack those fiving men "would be in full vie and of course the r-inie .they were under would most natuially jnwncc .tho30 who stood. Six thousand Mitn infantry were pouring down upon fcu devoted regiment ni ' steady advance '"S column in front and flank as- sailing fn"n within point blank distance with a .. steady Ii.tiNtorm of fire and lead; four thousand cav- - airy were looming up behind these columns of iu- ' fantiy. waiting for a favorable moment at the least r ign nf wavering on our pail to charge and com. p'ete the work of destruction; three pieces of artil le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 January 1851

.'".' THE CHARLES D'E MORSE LONO SffALI. ODE DAIIIfER B8AVE TIIE BHEEZE THE STAMDAHD CfTHEraES. Editor &. proprietor OLARKSV1LLE llBD RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 18. 185 J. KO..20. VOL. 8 - -. ii U A 1 fl Is R El 0 L B El U a R U .DISSOLUTION OF THE UNION. . BT ALBEIIT TIKE. tJ..wn with the stars and strii-es from nut the sfcj! IMF with your banner fiom the bounding deep Chain up-yunr eagle from his flight on high1 JJid'bim no more along the ocean sweep Sea-am to the wiiid turn to the sun his eye! Ay down with Freedom from her rampart steep From promontory tall and prairie wide. ..Where she ha'.h been till now so deified! Listen how Europe rings from land m land With jeer and .laugh and hitler biting corn! Ij. kings mi smiling vvhila the red right hand Of treason vaes above a country torn Willi strife and tumult sin! their armies stand fte-idy to darken our yel breaking morn Iiiding.i:u'ir aid to this unhallowed strife So latelj sprung of Terror into life Li'ok on the fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 January 1851

in support of iht-ir mininuiicauntry. sii.liiuiinr- out.; ami llii'ri'iort! itvj:yit:;u 1 said to I suppose it did destroy me orjhnt it destroy-1 Tfce Hon. Voiory e. iiownrij. ta!i?nip thrii-.s-l.es as iho' unequalled 'Triad- ni .jj people of the South" Let us notcom cd mypartyf ifl or my party were down This gentleman iho representative- of ihu Wcs A111er1c.11 patriot:.. llew !.rMtme.!c ''"W'.! ' 0f l!iB XuMh in advance. If theyl to-tlay another would ari.c to. morrow Cm aaiU'lwUBre8wen ""V6 OJl''j!l011ot:i.ll1(;ntothe compact thon it w.h.n patriotic and uetnl. and ns pood. i Hl detain y.. no longer fellnw-ci.nns. and I I &) iv secession lint if the j "J r 'he fi.1.. ic of .In great Union iRiIha kern Am ... We from the rich W contrail should ho vioKti-d again you '' e have ... ger . Washing.. r.A r.r fi..1 f.m h.in ;. i ...I - ..v..et ll.o n.rwt disastrous cons.-- rauiviin a .leuoison in reliutt.l it II would ........a .. '.. I ......I A.-I1J .-.- ..... I........ ... Mill ..-.....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 January 1851

juun from Ohio whether Col. Wcller was not re rnrw.it -hCi-fl it was ascertained hero thai the initiul point "of Departure was established. Ifil 'am'not nHI'taken he was removed cveu Ifil.am tiefuro it was known . Mr. CASS The charge was mauo n- made caiiwt Col. Wrller thai he had expended fif- tvlhbuiBrid dollars nndjmd exceeded thai amount. The Senator nays thai lie renrter- rd no account. Why- can it he expected that such a commission can render its ac- count monthly ? Hut will the honorable Sen- ator tell me that Col. U .-Iter would have been removed if hs had heen a Whig? Vt... tinv Senator supp iiose lie wouin nave brr.nremoti-d if he had not been a polit- ical aovcrwrv nj the Administration? If it i admitted that he was removed because he was an opponent of the Administration 1 r....- n-ithinr to sav: but I do not wish to i ii aid that Colonel Welter was remov-l -) Localise he did not render regnhr ac-l ennnts of the doins of his commission. Mr. G WIN I have another word to s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 January 1851

f;n THE INVENTION ON THE MAZU'.EA As the m.i-iti of halli and dt.ictng li.n . nrrhcu it will no doubt interest many ofonr! Oovcrnor Senbrook sent a message to the readers to know the oripin of on ofthp most'50"1'1 Carolina LitgWIatun- on the 27 bit. ..n...l..r wnltb. nf th tlnv Thfi foll.iwiiiit. relation to ths death nt John ('. Cnlli.iuu affords a solution of tin: manner in which the M2tirktt lirt came into vogue: A certain L-rd lltiUe had a very beauteous firtmii'M In vfifr and is n matter of come- KtVifln:"! n very fair court fur all my ld ' kin iltVrt tn thi rrmntrrt degree of consanguinity fcrowdr.i to'rr It-' '" the hope of utitiin- J11.I husbands " prnsi-im. There vvns oite inr.t.-ii'il drawback to-their happiness nnd -'.. ..... .....-a ... ...-. . . -- Mat wa. tJm Duke didn't dance. The iirimc tniiiister'dtdiijt dance. -None of the i.tiicers- danced. .In fact no one danced at- ilial-court except'the Indie themselves ." To make tiirlnr his want of dancing pro- .pensitifts'fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 January 1851

t qjJ YVvo a"v n n II li li M 1 t Mtt 4&V 3 J- HA VZ.? 1 va da s&53 eH-H JU? & pSj eaS? 1 t ' ' s CHARLES' DE MORSE VOL. 8 i-'ar the Journal of O'lmmrte 'T1IE.AMEUICAN FLAG. IX 1S50. Inscribed to Daniel Webster. E V VVM IL'ua'jOSSff M.T.ACC. 'V.ngarJ llio American JJ mnrr as already icviTed.' Fiom a Fuihoii Aeiwww. It i- not fevered 2 No' as somi Tlte sisier tiara by icinpesl-wrack "Shall lie divided In their s'.y Anil darMe into chaos back! jW.filiero H floats vvtih cveryjiuo . UndiinM as when it first-unfurled "".Ygsiust 'he tnrm nnd proudly ilirevv t Defiance to l!io Tv rant's world; Ai.d still tliu aw ful Dird tbat v1. heels Ami J the tempest wildly swelling And calmly hears (lie thunder-peals - Wiiliin his storm-god's misty duelling Ave still he jmris from traitor-feet The glories of that standard jheel And bears it in his guardian hind Ifrsplendcnt over Frcr-dirm's Land! Cliir.c. of the Vjliant aud the Tried! Where M mms fought a:id Wakrcs died: Wiiiie Monmouth sti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 January 1851

J 4 v1 r A FEAiiFUL KKiPUoiLiJ.li l We areinfdrmcdby gentlemen recent- v from" California that a v.nrm and strong feeling of indignation has been ex- Cited throughout that state anil pHrtion-Mhit the threatened intervention oi Austria larlyataonn the new emigrants asrainst l'" Hess. Cuscl. has taken pine shchav- lUcssrs. Fremont and Butler King for i11"" nV!rchcd rfM 1V "" l".t Sl?1 th'dr alledgcil misrepresentations of the Vn l"I "T cerennB PP . - eobhtrv in dieir publication in the State. ; de15'' ' ! ' P"'1: ek'ctor- tt J !"M' - -.- r. . . ' anil i:t tn I all the daily piper. have loaders These mibropresflhlauon are averred o lia nnil Umentnu. q10sion.. lid ot the most pa.pably and notoriously vu prPvnu-iy declared l.o would lalse. character. A highly respectable i.t r .i. -.... rL.. i.- a ..; .. Konueman aurnu us hum. it woum ""' 'colli-ion between those Iw. powers Js re- br safe for either of the individuals refer-larded hv all parties as inevitahlo. If. such i-i!.l to to trust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 January 1851

liiiwjevcr 1 am bound to .acknowledge in indebtedness to the inteligcnce of tl.e' Bar and tVoVxtrcmecouilesy of all those whose troince it has brcn to oid me in the dis- charge ofthc varied and sometimes difficult duties which hove devolved upou. me. Be pleased gentlemen to accept in unfeigned thanks for your good opinion so fiankly ex- pressed as well as f..r jour many express- ions of k-ndnes since I have had the plea- sure ofiieing with vou in .Mar4.lu.il. 1 bote the honor to be- most respectfully jour W. S TODU. To Messr Moi.lt & Hai l. ami other members of the Bar nnd Officers of ttie Court. A Word to slic Wl IT? All our fcrcieis-shn.ild consider that during tins nil J dry weather is ihc proper time for pje- pairing grnend for culliva.:..n ploughing deep bed- dirg.up. and rVeninp Many of them we are pleased to bear arc miking the most of it We have aanagnificent soil boundless in its wealfh and "coiblnbut cultivation -of the sight sort is want ing to make it yield always bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 January 1851

JD O MGRE S S I OJA '- IN SENATE Dec' 12th. ill1 Poultry is tlic scicmy wiuu i iiicn u ... .." ...... . n t.:tJ iir lm.i f.illfil-llliilll muse Ionian i h.iiia"" 'i ntiittii.!: the pursuit s'ofeivel and quiet hie rushed to'llio staniluid of their couiitiy Itic manner in wliicli l.ane anu cyw. vprcliuniea ilown fcon U.c racine euai ISpmh of Nr. Dodge ConlmutdX Lomp!es;nnll(1 u j vaa llddcilly ('Ccap- - A2 !-? - Ihcpiofcriplion olrtip ! Bu tthllT.it "CaObr nS late "Admiinstir.tion gentially. Sir iu puml ' fiS j do n((W) .ui(- ag wcJj n n (mM. ojn.itnbcrs and violPt.ee. the; c 's '"' TeIltcim.tl wlll nM! Iurm.(1 out ' (lmc? Know been any-flung to equal it-iii ni ' '8 l8iippo-i ifickiB niidTcvcrUadv A.hniniliuiio&-. . put .together Andpiln & e lvn" Roingrfr'tl.t-iV Snahcsit tnn.p-nud moievUun.mitr.l .tl.nli nn) .-:...; .. Pil.cl"ilin.VvMiiinI.i r - a .. . . . .. .'I .1 il... .. In.irt ..1 r- . - - -- - -- . ...... Liiti rfi'iv iiiw i.'irr in.ii i.t-ii 1111 it.?.. f " . .... ..l....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 February 1851

V THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAhLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL' CTJB BANKER BRAVE .THE BREEZE-TdE STANDABD OF THE FREE CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1. 1851. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR VOL.8 NO. 22. MB i i i irm -wag THE HUSKEUS. sy johs c. whittier. mild October and the long autumnal It was late in Had left the Summer harvest-fields all preen with t .-... .inm fmot had isllcn. leaving all ihe uood-land 3y Wiih the hues of Summer's rainbow or the mead- ow -flowers of May. Through a thin dry mist that morning the sun rose broad and red Al first a ray less disc of fire he brightened as he ped; Yet even his noontide glory fell chastened and sub- dued Ou the corn-fields and the orchards and the softly pictured wood. And all that quiet afternoon slow sloping to the night He wove with golden shuttle the haze vrith yellow light ; Slanting through the painted beeches he glorified the hill. And beneath it pond and meadow lay brighter greener still. And shouting boys in woodland ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 February 1851

m THE QUEEN OF SPADES. i. There was high jilaj" one night in St Pe- tersburg at the q'uaiters of Lieutenant Xur- oismotF. uh iillicer in the inipeiial hnrsc- gnartls. A long winter night had s-lipjn- sway without any one being aware of it anil ?t was Jive o'clock in the mnriiiug when sup- v c: t'.er was nuiiouneed. The winners sat down to it wit'i excellent nppcuio wnue me losers tazcil vacantly njion their empty plates. iy ifi-orees however and the champagne len- ding its aid conversation flowed and became general. 'What have yon done to-night. Sourne?' Inquired '.he master of the house of one ofhL 1 1 tends. Lost as usual' -vvas the reply. 'I have ii't the slighest chance. J always bach the color and always lose.' VWliat have n't you put down once on the red this evening? Well your firmness sur- prises me. How aic ron Hermann after all this:' aiked another. addressing n vung officer of engineers. 'You haven't touched a caid ir put down a single stake ami ret you have remained look...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 February 1851

Iw 5S:k EinvAno I3ui.vr.n Lytton's Suat. A corres-yior.detit tit tlie Lincclii&liiro Chronicle observes: '"Let tlic i e:itk-ri ccall llie mosfniagnificcnt apartment lie lias ever sren transform t lie furniture into the richest specimens of the antique on which liis eyes ever lingered and then nrncrpil in imruriiiation.llirou"li a. series of i rocms the 'v.cstcrn drawing room' the 11. it- . . ovalrocm' the 'principal drawing room with lotibies. lantungs tioutioirs aim wo- sets and ceilings groined and gilded the walls hidden with rich old tapestry and paintings the chimney pieces elaborately sculptured the windows tilled with stai- ned glass filing their separate heraldic or historical stories; and the furniture partly home made by our painstaking ancestors and partly brought from the lilnrenfthc Medici at Florence from "Venice Rome Naples Germany France) rv's; next we are brought into the real dormitory of Queen Elizebeth; a few min- utes afterwards we are introduced to the. acc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 February 1851

w au uakt-gfaanweaw g ' w .jj; Ffoia t!M Litchfield (Cem..) Itrpuywsa. T U .U ii 1-P N . ThpMtPmpt oo ihe part of Pilgrim'" lo iutaliijaio the p.ili.n taken by me in my firM comrounicntjon on iho Unina pub- "Kaned in thu ttopublican soma three wuekt mnce in which however he ay nnthinjr Bbfiul.a "Higher Law" laid down in Levhi- :u. sxth Chapter 4i:h 45th. and 4Dtn ver- epj nUa thu promised ef?rt to demolish it entirely in the next Enquirer hy a vvnloi sivling himself. "An old Anti Slavery Vo u.r "vvhcue object aj-f.er.rii to be to prove thai the whig I'-'ity cuntnina far more Abo- liliunHin tl.nti the Democratic ta fact thai rirtfiren ho (iron!) nil teens lo indicate that the article u cuIruUtcd to do good and encuumges to strike another blow ui Xorthrrti Xuililirnliun. It is a matter ol henrl-felt congratulation to all true patriot ft see how within the last moment tlieiul- Jvinij cryof 'Hie Union it must nnd shall tie preserved" Ims jieuled up from the- muss en in ihe Eastern Secti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 February 1851

CHARLES DE MORSE VOL.8 From Graham's Magazine. SONG I THINK OF THEE. I ihsnk of thee when eve's last blush Falls mournfully on heart an J eve; Of thee when mom's first glories gush" In gold and crimson o'er the sky . M) thoughts arc thine "mid toil and strife ; Thine when from toil and penl free Ave thine forever tlunc my life Is but a living thought of thee. I think if thee 'mid springs sweet flowers And in the summer's blighter glo.v. Of thec in autumn's purple bowers Ard gloomy winter's waste of snow 31 y thought? arc thine when jovs depart. And thine when 11 life's sorrow's flee Ave thine forever thine m heart Is but a throbbing thought of thec. G.D P. Lrri'Li: AT FIRST BIT MIGHTY AT LAST. BT Cm.RI.E3 MVCICVY. A traveller through a dusty road Strewed acorns on the lea Ana ono took root and sprouted up And grew into a tree Love sought its shade at evening lime. To breathe IM early jws. And Age was pleated in hets of noon To batk beneath iu boughs ; The cor.noiise loved its dargli...

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