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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 November 1842

NOT THB OZ.OBT OF 0SAB DDT TUB WBLFABB OF BOMB. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1842. No. 26. English CUiMs, small size anil eupcrl or finality suitable for Ladici School. Just received by C. GOODRICH. English and American Prints, SCO Cases just received and Tor sale by Oct. 5th. 1842. VILAS, LOOMIS & Co. Great Hnr trains. ii-iohup Mcav uuiutuu premium cook stove) 1 fancy parlour stove jl box etovo 1 two The above are all in pood condition for immediate uso, nlthoujih second hand,and will be sold at n low "te- Wu, HURLBUT. Oct. 7, 1S42. At the New Cash Store, KNIVES AND PORKS ; pocket and Pcn-knivesj sissors and shears! silver, steel and brass thim bles! razors and Chapman's palcntstmpsi tobaco aim Eiiuii ooics suiving ana iancv penuinei soap t best needles and pinsi fncy and plans beadss hair; dust, cloth and tooth brushes j German Silver, Brit &nia and Iron table and tea spoons j Jews harps t TEA TRAYS BY THE SETT OR SINGLE. New beginners in houso kecpi...

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. — 25 November 1842

COLT Tltn t.tST sni.-vn . Yesterday Colt, the convicted murilarr.i' nf Snmnpl kdim; wijs sentenced In he hung ! Imt ho chose to take upon himself the office of executioner, and rush ed into eternity by staining hu soul wilh n crimo as ui..vv .3 uii which umuniu upon nun tiio tato lie so ucsiiciniciy souout 10 sunn. Preparations lor his execution were m vlo at an car i our in ino morning, a messenger had guno to Albany with an application lo tho Chancellor to re viow his d;ciion nnd allow a writ ol errors tV the ,' irwnicu wiui ino louowins ueci (iro letter nddrcssed to tho Shrrifl'i .'if Sir 1 1 heard the question upon the writ nf'er- fOr in (JO t A C1l fll-mirl tit nrnl 1 ,n.,l. nl "V... V... I. tnd came to ho deliberate determination that there wsj inono of them on which there was any room to ... u,m, iu vuu m no irom mv wnilcn opinion, which I leu in the him i nf Hnli' rmmcr.1 u.t,ni, I in v Vnrk, and which is now published in the Arcu of this morning. You will therefore see that...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 November 1842

From the New York Tribune History tf Vermont, Satnral. CirltandSlatUttcal. tn three parti, villi newMap of the htatcandlOO Ihfrarincts. 1H ..norit Thompson, liiirliwx toiu Publishedjor the Author by Chauncey Good rich, ' Tor some years past a persevering effort has heen msdo hy somo of the most enlightened citizens of Vrnjioxr to induce tlic Legislature to institute n Ge ological Survey of tlic Slalo mid a genctal invcstig'i tion of its natural wealth and history. It 1ms been sustained by tlio soundest arguments and the strong, est appeals to tlicpccunhry interest?, tho Stato pride, and tho intelligence ol tho Legislature Tor a long time it failed to excito attention ; then n few of the boldest looked favorably toward it, and at tho nrts ent Session a bill authorizing thcSurvey passscd tho Senate by n large Majority nnd with little opposition, but only to be rtjectid by tho Hoitso with an equal unanimity and as little debate. In tho mean time, Mr. Thompson-, an humble citizen, with ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 November 1842

He touched hlharp,iind nations licanl, entranced." FOOTSTEPS OP ANGELS. r Lottarxuow. When Iht houra of clay ere numbered, And the voices of the night, YV'ako the bstter soul that slumbered, To a holy calm .Wight Krc the Evening lamp ere lighted, And, liko phantoms grim end tall, Shadow from the fitful firc-Iiaat Dance upon the parlor mil ; Then the form of the departed Enter at the open door ( The l do'd ontj, the tius hearted, Corns to isit me once more ; He, the younrand strong, who cherished Noble longing fur the strife By the road cule fill and pen-bed, Weary with the March ol life I Thcv the holy onteond treaVlf, Wlio tho cross of suffering bore, F oldsd their pale hands so mifkly, UpaSca with;us on earth r.o mora I Ar.d with them the being beautroui, Who unto my youth was gitsn, Mors than all ihingsels to low ma, And ia now a saint tn Uraiso. With a elow and noiseless tootsi?, Comes that Messenger d'vine, Takes the vacant chair bes.de m, Laya her en tic hand in rnina. And shs...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 December 1842

Jm NOT THE OLOKT OF OJBBAK B 0 T TBI VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, No- 27. p CnnA English (Vulllg, small sizo ami supcri or nualitv suitable for Ladies School. just received oy v. uuudiikjii. Sept 7. At the New Cash Store, K NIVES AND FORKS pocket and pen-knives; sissors and shears i silver, steel and brass thim bles) raiors and Chapman's patent straps) tobaco and snuff boxes i sharing and fancy perfumed soap best needles and ninst fancv and class beads t hmn dust, cloth and tooth brushes) German Silver, Brit- ann ana iron tame and teaspoons) jcwskarpji TEA TRAYS BY THE SETT OR SINGLE. Now beginners in hou30 keeping, will find it for their interest tocxamino this assortment, which has been recently purchased at very reduced prices and ttiu uu sum ui unusual low prices. Oct. 6, 1842. Wm. HURLBUT. India Rubbers. T 1 mrQ n,A, W..1.1 a.i-ii. inula ivuuuui B. " Common plain and Fancy do. Gentlemen's plain and Fancy do. Sept. 23. Wm. HURLBUT. Umbrellas. FINE Scotch Gingham Umbrel...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 December 1842

LAWS OP VE1IM0NT. there ol ueliYercd lu tlio counly eltiki oftlia respcc live counties, to bo canvassed find the said clerks shall proceed in all things as provided infection four of tliii net, .Sec. 0. Section tvciity-nino and thirty of chan ter one of tho lleviscd Stntutts, niu 'jun net in nddi tiou to nn net lulatiiic to tlia election of thcnibcra of congress,'1 approved Nov. II, 16ll, nrc re cilcd. Sec. 7. This net shrill lakocfll'Ct froiil its passage. Approvcn iuv. i.', ibii. nicnts, In which the stale Is itueics'.eel. and winch arc subject to his control as attorney of the slate. Sec. !. The bonds of I lie several stnto's nllor- Ineys, and county cleiks, required hy tho forty-eighth and sixtieth sceticns of i-luplcr cloven, of tho Revised .iimitics, man no annually taken in the month ol No. I.- AN ACT. in addition lit. nnd tn altera, it shnll tin tn transmit the nt-linnl l,nn,la fnrilitvitl,. tiontf an Act rthtlng to the grand list, amirored to tho treasurer of tho state, for...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 2 December 1842

A From tin National iutttliirciicvr. 'I'll I J NF.W TAW IT. IV hit is ilia proper ctiirnci -r of th'u measure in reference to ruvi'uua ami protection 1 It 'was framed with a vicvmo raison suUieiunt rev-inn.-, and at the aiiic time to nlTard incidental!;;, lull intentionally .111 adeeiuato protection tu Ain-m"m industry. It ha bean ass idcd with n pooil ileal of violence by cirtnm pariuan presses, nnd by interested individuals. The obje i of the present coiiimuuic.iti in is im examina tion luto thu justice of tliess attach:, and nil inquiry hovvfar they are well founded. It is true the bill passed both It macs of Congress by the smallest possiblo majorities, and afjer long discussion. But we should search in vnin in those debates for many objections to its details. It was opposed in pencral terms as highly protective, instead of being horizontal, in conformity with the cotnpio. tniso bill t ns giving a bounty to Iho manufacturers at the cxpenso of other interests 1 ns Interfering uni...

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

9 lie touched his harp.nnd nations heard, entranced." "THK DAUGHTER OK HKRODIAS." From the Poeim othe late Mitt Lucy Hooper, Brooklyn. Writlen on wing n psintin;,rcprcscntinRtliod.itigli. ler of Hcroiliis, bearing llic head of John Iho IJap tist in a charger. Mother! I hrlna ihy gift, , Take from my Inn. I thedrca ed boon I pray Take it, tin- still piilo sorrow of the faco lla h left upon my soul ils living trace, Never to pus nwny ; iSiiiecfriini iheselipi one word of idle breath IHanched lint e-ilni face -oh I mother, this is death 1 What Nit that I sec Prom .ill i hi' pure and settled features steaming 1 Krproich! Reproach! My dreams nro strangennd wild, Mother! Iind'st thou no pity on thy child ! !! n ceieitinl snrlu seems softly beaming On the liiislie.l lip my mother, canst thou brook Lunger Uion thy victim's lace to look ? Ala! at yestcrnoon My heart uas liVht, and to the viol's sound I iriily daiieeil, while erowivd with summer flowers, .tid swiftly by hie sped the Hying hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 December 1842

NOT TBI OLOKT OF 8 A K U V C T B W L F A H or BOMB. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1842. No. 28. At ihe New Cash Store, TV" NtVES AND FORKS t pocket and pen-knivess XV slstors andshcir9j silver, steel nnd brass thim bles razors and Chnpman's pntcnlstrnps) tobaco niiu sunn iu.e; snaving aim lancy pcriumeu soap I bcstnecdle9 and pin! fancy and glass beads; hair; hum, c om ana loom brushes) ucrmnn silver, lint auia a 11 J Iron lablo and tea spoons t jews harps: " TEA TRAY'S BY TUB SETT OU SINGLE, New beginners in houso, keeping, will find it for their interest toovamine this assortment, which has been recently purchased at very reduced prices and m iju bum in unusual low prices. Oct. 6, IS 13. Wh, HURLnUT. India llubbers. LADIES Patent India Rubbers. " Common plain nnd Fancy do. " Gentlemen's plain nnd Fancy do. Sept. 23., m. HURLBUT. Umbrellas. FIXE Scotch Gingham Umbrellas. " Iniilation do. Common Cambric do. just received bv . Sept 23. ffn, HURLBUT. GEOKGE II. PE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 December 1842

aJGl'OllT 01? Till', COMMISSIONTHS APPOIN. TKD TO VISIT Till) UNIVMISITV OV VllUMONT. . .uColJ1fm.!s!'ioncr3nl,l'oi"ll;tl by ' tTrtcrnor to visit ino University or Vermont tot thovcar 1S1V, be Icavo to report ns follows, vit lhat we hope we hnvenot misunderstood the pur poioof our appointment, ns set forlh in the rcsilu- ir '. i "."""'"'on' P3MCU Iiy llio Lcinslilutc. And lilt shall appear I lit vvn i.i. ,i..ni.;nn ..i earnestness, it is because we feel llinl we cnnimt ili- n" mines iinucr our instructions without so u Hi,-, unu 111 on wo appeal ror our justification. lYc are l-en-nri,,! i, .,i n :j . . .1 i. mis set forth in the memorial of the Corporation of l ie University, and report our views in relation to - - - , ..u cijii-eru niiciiiiou 10 i no tin . .p.m. nimwnn, now to Uo tins belter than, in plac locall your attention to the frank and. iicrMtie exhibition of those ohjecls in the memorial tsclf, which 13 as fn loves! l,'r',iTU-"Jer?',"ne1 nPPinl!1' by tho corporation of .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 December 1842

CARD. (t70ur most cordi.il acknowledgements ra due to our excellent friendj, Mr-sirs. Oitiuim and MicuoLLsfor n basket or " the juictt, " accompanies. liy tho follow lug very handsome communication. Thtt the wine is of the choicest kind wo have lufficiont assurance in the sourco from which it tames ; and, really, a happier conceit was nev er dreamed of, than that of packing champaign with almonds unless, indeed, it be that kin dred one, of packing almonds in champaign. To the Editor of the Free Press. That tho worshipful Free Press is dovotcd to objects of Commerce and is chiefly intended for the Morcantilo world wo wore aware : but we. howerer, perceive with incffoblc delight that it also deals with the Muses, and that with tho veriest good humor possiiile, it can conjure up one of the fairest of the brond of Ricclius ! which signal triumph of the Ituhy God tit these timet opens a new ana glorious licld to profound investigation. How highly we Drize so svirit-ed i production, our w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 December 1842

I St.. "He louclieJ liis harp,and nations heard, entranced." Fiom the Dcmncrntic Review. THIS IS NOT THY REST. "Arise and depa. for this is not thy rest." That strain it comes when weariness Steals on tho stricken heart, And hope's phantoms, one by one, Like f winner llowers depart i It Cometh, when tho spirit hows To sorrow's mild behest, And pointing upward, swcelly breathes " Tins this is not tliy rcstl" That strain it comes when rlcasuro Lights up til c banquet hall, And'hcarti are bounding joyously To music's fiiry call. It comes and laughter dies away, T.iUe sunlight in tho west, And sick of mirth, iho reveller sisjhs " This this is not thy rest. " That strain it comes upon tho soul In Triumph's noontide hour, When Glory twines her brightest wrcatha To bind tho brow of power. It romcth and the clarion's voico Thrills not tho victor's breast, l'or thro' his laurels breathes that strain i "This this is not thy rest." This strain it comcth still away ; It whispers 'mid the throne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 December 1842

TOW W O T ' T H E GLORY OF O S 'A R BUT TUB WELFARE OF nOMB. VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1842. No. 29. India Rubbers. T ADIF.S Patent India Rubbers. Common plain and Fancy do, Gentlemen's plain and Fancy do. Sept. 23. Wm. IIURt.HUT. Urn broil. as. FINE Scotch Gingham Umbrellas. " Imitation do. Common Cambric do. just received by Sept 23. Wm. IlURLUUT. PECK & SPEAR, wholesale dealers In English, French, India and American DRUGS. Atso, DRUGGIST'S GLASS WARE. Iliii-llngton, Vt. October 20tli, 1812. LOVELY & SEYMOUR A RE now opening ami oiler fur tale a lie.ivy Mock XX of soasonnblo DRY HOODS, 10 which the nt tntton of purchasers is respectfully invited. Tiio lock comprise a larRO variety of BROAD CLOTHS, BEAVER CLOTHS, Casstmeres. Alpaceas, Bombazines, in short, every article ncccsary to constitute a full assortment of Fall and Winter Goods. ALSO a good assortment of JCROGKERY and a largo quantity of DRY GROCERIES. Tho public are assured that the above a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 December 1842

PIlBStBENT'S MBSSABK. TV t.'is Senate and Haunt nf lltpratnlatitu oftlu 7,i tltd Slutti I Wc have continued reason (o express our profound irMiludeto the Creator of all thinipr for numberless ben; nt confjrred upon us as n People. Messed with fcnm! seasons, llio husbandman litis hia turners filled with abundance, niul the nece.ssaiies of life, tint to apeak of ils luxuries, nlomn.l in ever,' (liri.eli.iti While in some other nations steady mi I industriuU9 labor cm hardly And Ilia means nf subsistence, the ureatcat evil which we h iveto encounter is a surplus ofproductton beyond the liomo demand, which seeks, and with difficulty finds, n partial market in other re pons. The health of the country, with partial ex ceptions, has for the past vc.ir been well picerved and under their freo and wise institutions, the United States are rapidly ndvancinj; tnwntds the consum mation of the liinh dc'tiny which nn overruling l'rov idsnce sccins to have nimkodout for them, Ilxcmpt from domestic c...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 December 1842

msdm Sonth Carolina, to succnoil Mr- Preston, I having rcitivnl 1 11 mil of UG votes. Mr. McDulTbu wtn flccltiil holh for tlio unexpir ed limo of.Mr. IV-slon's term, nml for six years from llm'lih oCiMtirrh next. On the 0.1 in"'- 'IU I'ri'sldfiit of tlio Sen nto of Sooili C.irulini I I li I ht'fiiro tint hoily a conunuiiiciitioii from tho lion. Julin C. Cullioiin, resigning t lis scut sis .Senator of tliu United States, to tuko cfluct on tlio 'ltli of March next. The following is Mr.. Calhoun's letter of resignation: Pout Ttit.t, Nov. 2G, IS 12. "Tothe Sctiatcanil Ilouscnf Representatives! "It is my intention to rclire from tho Senate, nt tlio close of the present Congress) nnd, ns it is llin policy of tlio Stole to 1111 1 lie place of S tutor in advance, to fiiard against thecontinuency ofn vnenncy, in order that tho Lcrislature may hive tlio opportunity of ilo Ingso intnycasj, 1 lnrowith re'wn tny placcof Sen tor in Congress, to lake effect after tin 4th of March next. '1 avail mv...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 December 1842

IP 32 IS DbimiBo 'He touched liis liarp,and nations heard, cntrnnccd." THE MOTHER AND CHILD. Goethe relates that lie mot, in the CampagH of Rome, a young woman nursing her child, seated on the remains of an ancient column. He questioned her on the ruins with which her dwelling was surrounded. She was wholly ig. norantof everything concerning them j being wholly devoted to the affections whicti filled her etouf. She loved ; and to her the present mo hiont was the whole of existence. Temples, and monuments, and crumbling fane, Altars, and broken shafts, nro f-callircd round: Ages long past have sanctified theso plains, And tumped this sacred spot ns hallowed ground, While Art and Genius here their homo have found I llitt seel where these old sculptured maililcsrcst, A mother clasps her infant to her breast j She seeks not liero to learn what minds unknown Carved these immortal form in breathing stone j She smiles in joy upon her infant fair, And that sweet babe to her clad spirit seem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 December 1842

WW Tit NOT TUB Q L O B Y OF C .H S A H BUT TUB W I. F A B 8 OP BOMB. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2:, 1842. VOL. XVI. No. 30. v 11 AGAR & ARTHUK. ARE now receiving new new supplies of SADLERY, COACH AND SHELF HARDWARE, in all its varitic?. Also, DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VAR, NISHES, &c. &c. Burlington, Vt. lllhNov. 1942.$ PECK & SPEAR, wholesale dealers in Englith, French, India and American DRUGS. Auo, DRUGGIST'S GLASS WARE. Burlington, Vt. October 20th. lf.42. LOVELY & SEYMOUR ARE now opening nn I o 'er fur sale a heavy stuck of sea.onahle DRY GOODS, to which the At tention of purchasers i repectf'.illy InvjteJ. The itock compne a larze variety of BROAD CLOTHS, BEAVER CLOTHS, Casimere. Alnacca. Botnl nzinc. in short, everv article ne-e-ary In eoiitil:ite u fjll assortment of fail and winter uoo.1. ALSO- a roo-1 asortment nl CIIOCKERV and a large quantity of DRY GROCERIES. Tne public are a-jreJthai the above are for sale low. "YAGON MATS, fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 December 1842

?7nir?VT!!B TjT TSV) I, (V!-l Vii lyAtk iT J O KJ JJ ra ttEPOUT or tiu COMMITlV.r, os education Arroisrsn tsr tiid oovnahxr,, STATU or VUltMOXT.-t T.pcilvd, I k PiP.viTr. tiff 10 J i fclj. An.l nrllrrtd. rf i-ir.it K ui i iA .f . PMoniM, under iho directum of tha E. A. STAJJUUmihf' Sic'i.- The Committee appointed by Ilia Excellency the Governor, m conforinity with a ...solution adopt..! 1T the Lega Intnrpon tlu3Jof Nov., 1G11. "lo report such plan or plans ns may bo i.vil expedient and ju uci.i.H to carry into practical effect the view, mid 'ij,Scattons com-uned in the lltportof tho Commit' ne on I-Uucaiion," bee leave to submit to the Leg islature tho followin:;! - The report to which your committee, are referred by I'm resolution under which they act, brums with I refcrens. to lh Executive Message, showing a very !"JPPV aj-rcenicnl between Ilio Executive and the Lo'. islature, in regard to lhenenor.il principle, and ofi j;eiM'itou3ht to bo kept hi tiew in all public nets touching ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 December 1842

blood, their thirst for it becatno Insatiable. Honco tlioy shouted yet tnoro vociferously, Away with Iiitn Crucify him I 1'ilato replies, I fino no fault in hint, anil how can 1 tal.e mi my conscience) the gu.lt of his execution ! W o nbsnk'n vnu from it. tilOVcrv with united Voice ; tlio (,'iiilt-, if cucli you think it, bo our ! His liloul he on us anil on our children ! The Gov. crnor's conscience, urged to quietness- by his fears, hero finds relief, and ho replies, Heoinj tint you taKo the responsibility, bo it as you will. And washing his hands before thorn, lie lays, See ye, I am innocent of tho blood of this just person yo havo assumed it; and the answered aloud, H'e have 1. Hero innocence, in the person of Christ, was made tha victim of malice, aided by cowardice. The tonilency of the whole transaction was greatly to injure the cause of which ho was the advocate. And the guilt of his enemies was reone the less, bocauso the overruling power of Hum who can cause the wrath of m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 December 1842

TinfTVESl TK WTTi 1 ftl I and locking the door of the room, put jJJLUfll iXk IL IKuaQ koy into his pocket, and sallied forth. the He touched his harp.nnd nations heard, entrance d." From the Boston Miscellany. A FAREWELL TO FANCY. T Mai, SESA SMITH. With thee no more, O Fancy, may I stray. My dreamy eye through theooll things bcholding No more with loitering feet, and hands enfolding I seek the bower where nickering sunbeams play t Farewell, O cheerful spirit, we must pari Thou hast no portion in a weary heart. Farewell ! the dew within the flowret's cup An Angel's face to me no more revealing, Glnd voices now, no more around me stealing, Fanned by thy wing, may lift my spirit up, The wor'd is all too drear for thee, sweet sprite, And 1 will bid thee one, long, last good night 1 Ye t lincer thou Oh I when the stars are out, I.nt thoughts of thee, the we:k, lone heart beguiling, Steal gently in, nnd lute the lip to smiling Though datkne's and distress may be about, The waving of thy ...

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