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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1846

"rtgj'" ' ' "n'"l'""1 1 1 : "J!f''-''' l' u, .inn I liavo sworn upon tho Altor of Ood, oternal hostility to overy form of Tyranny over the Jlln-i of Man.'' Thomas Jemirson If. WEBB, EDITOR AN PROiPRIETOR. Volume HX.. BLOOMSBUKG, COLUMBIA UONTY, PA. SATURDAY. MARCH. 21, 1846. IViisuhcr 48. issg - i in ir, ,;, , i. IT JUJ- OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orrosiTB St. Paul's Cnuitcir, Main-st TERMS : The GOT. UMIUJ1 DJhVOC JUT will bt published even Salurdav inornhiir. til TWO DOLLARS per annum payable hntf yearly in advanr.e, or Two Dollar t rijly tcnla,if not paid within the year. ii v suuscripuon will ue utieen J or a shorter period than six months: nor ami discon tinuance pcrmitted,until all arrearages vrc uwr.nargia. JtnrERTISEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inscrlcdul One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse iiuenl nscrtion. id" A liberal 'discoun vuidc to those who a'lvrrlisc by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1846

CSSBOT from tin WushlnetiJii Unloti Furoign Oorrcs-ion dence. VIEWS OF AMERICA FUOM EIL HOPE. SwiTzunxANU, January 20, 1S1C; Believing, (hat s few lines from tl i pari of iho world would provo intetce ling lo your rcc lers, T laku ilio liberty of forwarding tho enclosed communica (ion. Thus far the sonii of Germany and SwiiEPrland have been blessed will) a very mild winter, which, at this lime may, in reality, on oiled a uteMing when the enormous high prises of pro visions and fuel are taken into consider ation. Pcopla.could labor out of door. all winter, and up to January 3, we Had hardly a frost, after that time a little colder, but no snow, whilst 1 am writ miii hue .mrim weather. Ul course tho mountain, and particular! v 111 A'p, are covered with snow. Antuj want will not bo experienced in these .nul, and ptrliculiily in Switzerland where the governments of the differem cantons have made ample provision loi Hue emergency, Large Lot9 ol grain have been purchased by them in the ea...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1846

STRANGE VISITERS, The Norfolk Beacon says, the good pao p'n of Km county of York,ra., wiro thrown into n perfect ulna days' wonderment state on Tuesday last? by ascertaining that some thirty 01 forty whales had taken refuge from the lowering and impending gala in the waters of tho York. Thirty-fire of those little moiislpra, varying in length from 16 to 20 feet, wcro cast on the shore, and tho people of York wero preparing to tx tract the oil from them. Whig Nomination for Canal Commit sioncr. Tho Whig Stato Convention at Ilarrishnrg on Wednesday nominated James M. Poweri of Mercer county, os their can didate for Canal Commissioner. CHANCE VOll THE LITERATI. A premium of 91000 has been offered 'for the heat Practical Essay, adapted to genoral circulation presenting tha moat sim ple and efficient plan for improving the Public Schools of Connecticut, and for td ding to the Puhlin Schools in Cihes, n ue parlmcnt for inalructioh in tho higher bran- ches of education.' The essay's are to...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 March 1846

THE GARLAND- With twtttest floucrtuiridi'd, Pruin variotu gardens cutl'd with care." The following beautiful and affociing atnnzis, cannot bo tend with ilry eyes bj1 those who havo lost a much loved mother TO MOTHER IN HEAVEN. BY GKUrtOK HOWARD. "Pis evening on the earth, mother, there's silence in tho street, The busy hum of life i hushed, Tlio tread of passing fuel, Tho inspiration of the night Has turnod my trojbled dreams Back, moiher, to the mom of life To these and childhood scenes. 'Turns three long years ago, mother, Three years this verj night, At evening's holy, stilly hour, Thy spirit took its tlight. Thy dying lips spoke kindly then, And on mo fondly smiPd, And, moiher in that gloomy hour Thou b.est ihyorphan child. It seemed my heart would break, raolhet, When betiding o'er thy bed, 1 saw thy heart had ceased to beat, And knew that thou wert dead. "Twas then I felt the first real grief My life had" ever known, And mother, learned how hard it Was To part with thee and ho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 March 1846

Columbia k Tl' 1 ' ; ii ii i i Volume IS.. nPIMflTS OP fPltt.t nn,.. I. - . vu U 1 J.III-. Ill', III M If ,1 ril oppjsitb St. Paul's Oiiimoii, Main'st , CO; DEMOCRAT will be ' ,rr , V, ,VVK "tur'! morning, at ; f n''.WSj,c.r annum payable l'-k ";"'lv"nee, or i wo JJollun '.' nis,ij not paid within the year. Ao subscription will be takenor a sllorler period than :ix months; nor ami discon tinuance permit ted,until all arrearages air dischitrrrnl. .inrjillTlSKMEXS not excee.din H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PrcttPrniif OMSBui COLUMBIA CJoXotT PA. SATTOnr77 yuare will be conspicuously inscrtcdal One Dollar for the first three insertions, t' mZ wcnhjfivc cents for every snbsc- crimination, anil with touching swoelness i hou, Thou, toien'st in this hnfinm Tliere, There, hast thou thy throne.'&c A ...I .1 . nu iMougn tun mue c ei urn, on llio piaho, ii, 8lrange ,0i(ce ltir , .... I f . vHi.uniif irom It, to the face of Mr. M-, dilh; they are reading there, linos and nnf.i antl aars of far deepe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 March 1846

FOREIGN. Wtvenly Tioo Day) Later FROM ENGLAND. The arrival of the Steam Ship Iltber nla si Boston, we filler the followm,; important iLW). 'i'h r imnnriant Tariff B II of Sit tt)bcrl Peel passed the Home of Com. important dovpitches, we prefix Hie ful lowing brief outline; On the 12.1,I3 h i jii.rv measures ol uiti Mill oi uecemoer. tne umu ! ntililical imtl atiriculinral kind, lor the improvement of land, by a 1 1. . . . - ... I...... xnni, H.riO e r.,r.in mi iinn her or liac ill uic li-iiii miu ci xi v S3 U a IIou of Ld. lo their , , muci affranchise of England an artillery immeasurably -re power S on of hat great meagre. ManA on the same footing, are .- Jil Inn wa. ever brought ...to the field Thi .Ireion; of the British in In- monR ,ho promised measures of smell- by Wellington or Napolcan. ,n :.. it.n T nrd Lieutenant the power lions in this great struggle. The re'siiTl ' rfi3. f 5 cb ;Srbe7Sc.8 under op- we are piouil to if. a glorious and The Legislature of Texas having assem-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 March 1846

SLAVERS CAPTTRED. I Tlio QoTornor'g Veto of tlie bill iuUioh' 'PI.. II a -t.t- ir.i.. 11 t 'tzinir Ilenrv Rllor In rr'nl n flam in tli' no u v iiii lurKiown. iiU manucr 7 li a 1 1 a II n.n ! .1 "ei cruising on mc uoasi ui niMLa iiin nun inn nnnn i.triitiio in nnrtiiira In the cour.10 nfiwo months, two slavers: ilia ship 'I'antlicr.' inst arnvotl t Cli it.uticiui command of Passed Midiliipmnii JMacomb, and the barque 'Pons.' formeily wnoil in tins cily, but at the tiire manned Vy Portugese. When enptured, the J', had on board 000 slaves, Provious to her leapiure, a OritUli ship had been watching jbr her, and when the Yorktnwn hove in sight, the Pons mistook her for that vessel. irtnd hoisted the American colors, which forbid a search. On discovering her mi. lUKp.U was too late lo escapfj and she be came an easy pro) . She had intended 10 ttke in 1300 slaves. A discriplion of the cene presented on bond the I'ons is horri tie in the extreme; 10 died on the day fier her capture, and whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 March 1846

THE GAlUiAND' iiiMA mutest flowers cnrkh'd, f - JVflw Mfiou gurdmi hi ( with core. ? TT Jt I N D . kin) lo thy (aUier for when iliou wort young, Wltolovetl iheo so fondly ns hel 11 caught the litsl accents thai Ml from .thy longue, Anil joined in thy innocent gloct U kind 10 ihy fther,.for now he is oW, Ills locks ioterniin(;lud with gray, liig footsteps ore feeble, unee lonrlcw and . . bold, Thy father is passing away. IS j kind to thy molher-for lol on her brow- May trace of sorrow bu seen, OH well tnay'st thou cherish and com fort her now, i - i... For tovinu anil kiwi turn sue u-.., oho will Remember lliy r.iolher for lliea pray, As Ions as Gt.d givoth her breath; With accenli of kindness then cheer her lone way. E'en to the dark valley of death. Do kind to thy brolbor-hlJ heart willjiavo dearth, if ilu, .mile oflhyiy ho withdrawn; mm.. fl...o of fKBliuir will fade at their 1 II U fcU V " birth, If tho dew of affection be gane. He kind to thy brother-wherever you are The lovo of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 April 1846

1 1 linvo mrozn upon tlko Altor of Ooil, otornal hostility to erory form f Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thorns JoTurnou H. WEBB, "EDITOR AND PBOPRIETOA. Volume EX. BLOOMSMRG, 'COLUMBIA CfttWTY, PA. SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1840. :Viitti!tcr oO. r OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrojiTB Sr. Paul's Oiiimicii, Main-st The GOr. UM1UJI ))EMOCJlMTwill b published even) Saturday morning, a Ttt'O DQUJlUSpcr annum payabli half yearly in advance, or Two l)ollan Ei'ty Cents,if not paid within theycai iVo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than uix months; nor any discon tinuance permiltcdfUntil all arrearage are discliar tfld. AD I 'Jill TI SEMEN'S not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollat for the first thrceiuscrtions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscr'tion. ICTVi liberal' discoun via le to those who advertise by the year HI TTERS addressed on busincss,musl be post paid. TANNING'S MEN; Oil HIE MASSA CRE AT GOLIAD. Jlluckwoad,' is publishing a scries o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 April 1846

ODDS 5SCC23 U2 0o "TIIUTI1 WITUOCT II A It " B.iruuu.iY, .li'itu. i, ism. TO OUR I'ATKONS. Two numbers more eomplole tho eight! year since we commenced tho publication of llio "Columbia Democial." Wo aro Ie crmined to have our accounts settled up to ili.it lime. Those of our subscriber who owe U9 for one or more years subscription Mill govern themselves accordingly. THE BAKER FAMILY, Tn nnniemintiea of the liisli watet, were not able to fulfil their engagement in thi place as heretofore advertised, but will give a Concert in the Academy on next Jonuay Kvening We give the following from the llnmc Sentinel to show what others think of their performance. JUICERS' CONCERT. The Baker Family, consisting of four brothers and a sister, gave a concert in our village, last week, which surpassed overy thing in the line of vocal music, that has been performed hero for a long lime, 1 heir voices are so, perfectly disciplined, that the learer is astonished as well as highly pleas od at their soun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 April 1846

.V. calf, weighing 210 pounds, on1y foil' moulds old, was killed In Washington, Pa few days ago, by Mr, Thomas Cox. A grcal calf, certainly. DESCENDANTS WANTED. In tli c dohato in the Massaoluisnlls Lce itdattire, on Friday, Mr. Giles, of Huston raid that ho was endeavoring to find snmr of lit o descendants of Miles Standi!), as they had. at the present time, locked up in the Drllinh Court of Chancery, no less than six manors, yiohling an annual income of jC00,000. A Pin Factory is in opeiation at Cabnls villa which turns out from oach machine 210 pint per minute. A machine also slicks them upon paper at tlio rate of 1200 per minute. A Highly CoLonnn Statement. Tho J,ohiu;h Rnllelin relates lhat a Mr. Ilacungii, ofihit county, whilo riding nlor p was Bccoslcil ly a while female, nnl reqiisted lo eany her I) n Ibox Me complied and offered her a seat in hie wngon into tlm bargain, but she refused A requeued, he carriod the box to ihe next tavern, handed it out, and wailed for tho luly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 April 1846

Til 13 d All LAN I)' With sweetest flowers enrich'd, Front various gardens cnll'd with rare." THE DEATK OF NAl'OLEAN. Imilutedfrom the Itulian'nf Manzoni. BV ALUXANDI1R II. CVntlETT. He too reposes from his toil' Tlio mighty mind has fled; And motionless llio mortal coil Upon the eartli is laid. Mcthinks, that, at a blow so nido, Tho Earth herself a moment etuodj As motionless and mute; Reflecting on tho fatal hour Of him who svvay'u so vast a powor, And doubling if the foot Of one so great would ever placo lis track again upon her face. I saw him, throned in glory, reign In his refulgent hall; I saw him sink, ascend again, And then forever fall. I llallerc'd not his hour of slate, Nor meanly mock'd his adverso fate: But o'er hio funeral urn "I came to chant a mournful song, To which, perhaps the curious throng . A passing glanco may turn, "When future centuries shall cast Their oyca on the recorded Past. From Egypts flood to St. Bernard, From Madrid to the Don, His crashing thunder...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 April 1846

Volume EX.. r OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. opi'oiitii fir. Paul's Cituitcii, Main-st The COLUiiniJl))lhMOCRJ)Twillbt published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half year; in advance, or Two J)olluri Fifty Ccnts,if not paid within thcycai Aro subscription will be taken for u shortci period than ;nx months; nor any discon tinuance permitted,until all arrearages arc discharged. JlDl'EhTl SEMEN Snot exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One .Dollar for the first three insertion, and Twenty-five cents for every subsc auenl nscrlion. Kj".'! liberal discoun made to those who advertise hi the year LETTERS addressed on busiuess,musl be post paid. inters of grace defend us,' she had gathered she had run so many hazards; anu when up her 'dry goods ami made good hor re- she did vouchsafe to hear his excuses, she treat from the room. I am not a coward, still reproaehed him with ingratitude In 'cnllemcn-yel, I am free to confess Hint all her bchavioHr, lis said, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 April 1846

CltUET., Coi.D lltOODKP AAjltDErt. Iho trial of a man by the name of wait taxes i)l ice some lima in fim next, the Siato ot Mississippi, fur the murJei of I honns shannon, formerly a r mi dent of New Alabauy, Lidimi. Thr circumstance attending Mr. Shannon murder hive been nude public, but tli annan 01 crime cannot present a mon cruel fale than he .tiflred. His f.ml ly connection i widowed mother resi ding in Now Albany, also brothers anil sisters llierc, and in Jefferemti villo and this cily are all highly respectable and well lo live Mr Shannon Ins roiided pome two or three yeais in Mississipp In tho Vazoj counlry, soma sixly mile cast ol Helena. Arkansas He had massed'considcrabls properly, and at the tuna of his murder ho had converted .inio inonpy, preparatory lo reluming lo New Albany, (o comfort his mo'her in her declining agp, and settle down in hi's birth place, fie ahil been married to a confiding and Interc-ding lady c JWusi'suppi. only two months. 0 i th djy of his murder...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 April 1846

A scheme for conflicting a certain num- her of armed stoam vecseU, to bo called llio Valley Sieam Floel,' Intending to operate in the Gulf of Mexico, oiTunslvoly and de- lensivcly, has, it is said, been beforo the Government for some lime, In regard to the details of this proposition, the New Or- leans Commercial Times makes the follow ing statement It appears it has been proposed to con- " ' ' . !. struct a dozen iron steamers of such tnagi.i- Hide that they will each present a battery . . . . lial tlicy Will earn prcscin a uanery o deck-to use tho words of tho pro- -more, formidable than that of tho on one jcclor Pennsytvnuia ship of tho lino.' Tho vcb-( scls will havo a draft of waicr sufficiently email to admit of their crossing tho bar of the Mississippi and paBS in and out of eight 1 1 . K.l.,n l.n.lw.r, iv t i enua ac IV. T lie r will he aono ions each, baine fi00iunl to bo brought to market this year ions freater than that of the Great Hritain, at pTcecnl thu greatest steams...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 April 1846

THE GARLAN D ' With sweetest f lowers enrlelid, From various gardens cult'd ivilh cure." CLIiAIt THE WAY. Men of thought! bo up and 6lirring Niytit am! day; Sow the leeil withdraw iho curtain Clear the wy Men of action, aid nd cheer them, As ye may1 There's a fount about to stream, There's a light about lo beam, There's a warmth about to glow, There's a flower about lo blow: There's a midnight blackness dunging Into gray; Men of thought, and men of action; Clear the way! Onco 111 o welcome light lias broken, Who shall say, What the unimagined glories Of the day! What the evil that shall perish In its ray? Aid the dawning, tongue and pen; Aid it, hopes of honest men; Aid it paper aid it type Aid it, for the hour is ripe, And our earnisl must not slacken Intoipiay. Men of thought, and men of action! Clear the way! Lo! a cloud's about to vanish Froffl the day; Lo ilho right's about to conquer Clear the way! And a brazen wrong to crumble Into clay. With that right shell many mora Enter ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 April 1846

to dry to i ry form of Tyranny ovor llio Mliul of Mail" Tlioinoa Jcflorion WM 1 i IB in V Volume IX. BLOOMSBKG, COlKTY, PA. SATURDAY, APUM 18, 184G. :Vitisi(cr 52. I liftvo mvorn tipon tlio Altor of God, eternal houtntty OFFICE OF THE DEMOMT. 01'l'U3ITli ST. PaUI3 CltURCIt. Main-st The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be vnblished event Saturday morning, at TITO DOLLARS per annum payable 0 half ij early in advance, or Two Dollar i J'ljlij ven ts,ij not paid untiiin me year. (Vo subscription will be. taken for a shorter ncriatl than :u.v months: nor ami disron- tinttancc pe.rmilted,unlil all arrearages are aise.liurgui. Jtn VliUTlSliMRKS not exr.r.r.din r square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollaror the first thrccinsertioni, mid Taienhi-livc cents for event snbsc- intent nscr'ti'on. ICP A liberal discoun turnip In linsr. mhn itthirrtixr. tin the. Mt.tir LETTERS addressed on busi'ncsssiiuxl be post paid. DLUCIIElt. Translated for the Boston Atlas from the French of S. Jknry Bcrlhond. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 April 1846

Lidy Mary Whorlley Monlsgua ob icives. lhal 'ihe moat mlnuto details of household economy become elegant and refined when I hey are enabled by senli merit,' and they are enobled when we do them either from a sense of duly, or coiliidcralion for a parent, or lova to a husband. 'To furnish a 'room,' contin ued this lady, 'is no longer n common place aiTjlr, shared with upholstcrcs and cabinet makers; it is decoration the place where I am to meet a friend or lover. To order dinner; is not, meiely arranging a meal with my cook, it is preparing refreshment for him whom I lovb. Theio necessary occupation viewed in mis ngix, ny a person capa ble of strong attachment sre so many pleasures, and efford her l.ir moro de light than the fancies and thows which constitute the atmucmcn's of the world.' A Well ordered house Ids been filly compared to a watch, all the wheels and springs of which are out of sight, and it W only known thai I hey exist, and are in order, by the regulsriiy with which th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 April 1846

The Fueling in England Tlir lone ol England press upon tho Uregon mixtion, as shown in the tinners recoiv. cd by tho Rnmer, lta nol improved, nur thalcd any ol lis arrngtneo or viiiipeia- lion. UDOCrS. IIUOVCS IHI IIIJJiiwtiYiiitii fro Uio mild nml elegant terms wlncii r.rc daily applied lo the .American peo ple a d their govprnmeni. in ian, journals ol inai conniy are cnuunvui by every species 01 unnirncj un m render Iho namo and example of I ho Blj. S, odious to tho people of England; r . . .1 f-ii ..r .... t... mil to excite in mem lueinigs ui chimiij rgainst u,so that the English Govern ment will find itself sustained by th1! English people in a war with iho U. S if it is found polite or necessary upon herpiostion now contested to procceu to Pitch extreme measures, l no active preparlions li 1 1 eonii.uie in the Briw uli dock yard-, and every means aro ta ken by the Government to increase :hu r. r . . - .1 oivir anil elliciency oi its army nun ...i i f avy. 1 ') ol" ,v" uuuiiuy,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 April 1846

l TII1D GAKLAN IV With swcttent flowers cnrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care." from the Reporter ami Journal. One of iv Thousand. An old man slooil ir. llio street, His coal was torn, his lucks were grey, And llie frozen alone for many a day Had known his shoeless feel ; Hb fell the cold wind's brcalh Nipping his flesh lo llie bone, Ho hoped for nothing bul death, Tlial beggar wretched and alono. Gold was llio nichl and dark, And tho rags on his shiv'ring back were thin. And the driving bU'rI cut quick to his skin, That old man faint and sUrk His glance was lo iho sky, There was but the tempest there, On earth his glazing cyo Saw famii.o, want and dispair. Tho streets wero long sinco hush'd, And the tempest was forth in his awful might, And howl'd the spirit of etorms and night Onward they wildly rushed, 7'lie blinking lamps looked dim Through tho crowding wintry gloo.n, No roof, no friend for him, Who though of tho poor roan's doom? Slowly tho streets along Ho wandered h...

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