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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1863

V4 j.v-.i i-i'-i ,iii ; Vif" i'ii t r t-3 r.. rZ7 jOv'1 r ,tj-t'S.-N V,.:,Vf i - . --.t- JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AJfD PROPRIETOIL - -"TRUTH AND'Jt$TICE.:? :' 1J I ar ?i!':l'ui $i:50,-lx:ADYACE. '" T OIJm r ;:nVNittnb61r;Bll- "i 'i !t!; Volume XXVIII. - ji'. i i 1 - G AL LIPO LIS, Oil I O; ; F E B R U A R Y - 5 , 1 8 G 31 1 j-- e 4: Innh FEMALE COURAGE. , A SUiklag trait of courage in a lady forma tbe subject ol conTeraaUon present in the French metropolis. Madam Aubry Iirea in a tohlhrj chatitm not far from the town of Tbe family consisted only of M. Aubry, bia wife, child about a year old," and one maid aerrant. In the town,' erery light fa oat by ten o'clock, and of course tbe most perfect solitude reigns at that bonr fn their hoBae, which hea off tbe read, 'd is completely bidden by trees. One bight last winter, Madame Aubry was anting alone, reading. Her nusoand bad left her In the morning to visit a friend some six or eight miles off, and. s be expeeted to brio? bome a eon eiderab...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. itnn abb FvauaaxB bt JAKES HARPER, f3"At 81.50. invariable ia advanee R. L STEWAiT. aw Enrroa. CiALliIPOLIS. THURSDAY. FEB. 6. I8M. far "Fighting Joe Hooker" bow commands Ibe army of the Potomac Gen. Barnside, elwaya acknowledging bimself incompetent U command so large an army, Lai resigned. Franklia and Samner bare alo bee a relieTed. For the first time sinee the war began, tbe army of tbe Potomac baa a leader. Under McClellsn the long period of in action in which thousands died in boa pits), or contracted diseasee sever to recover, were for appearance sake, fol lowed by momentary fiU of activity, resulting ia coo tests remarkable for nothing bat destruction of Ufa and mu- nitioas of war. Tbe remoTal of Gea. McClellan wal bailed with delight by all loyal men, and disapproved only by those who hare since show a "that they never were at heart for this war." His successor. Gen. Barnside, all believe to be a man of good intentions, bat his own positive distrust if b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1863

FITZ JOHN PORTER'S CASE. Tbr dumiaaa! "oT Major Qw. Fill John Porter from tbe army of the Uni ted Stale eeems to be a very eevere measure, bat it i necessary. Un AnnhiMr Porter U rood aoldier far as fie-hlioir qualities, are ooaeerned and be eeted bravely throughout tbe war notil the aeeond battle of Ball Ran Bat bravery in a aoldier no excuse for disobedience of orders. Tbe aame obedienee which ia due from the pi rate aoldier u demanded from tne gen eral offieer. - Discipline ia worts Both in? if officer high in rank are permitted to disregard tbe ordera of their an pe ri on and thu basard tbe ebancea of victory. Major Oeneral - Pope bad right to expect tbe co-operation of the eorpe commanded DT rorter. lmpor tant movementa upon the flank of the enemy were eatrnated to hia care. Had be been aa prompt and earneat aa be bad been at the battle of the Penin sula, it ia believed that the rebela would bare been flanked and defeated upon tbe plaina of Manassas: tbe country would bare been...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. THE HUNDRED AND SEVENTEENTH O. V. I. O. V. I. AIR—"The Girl I Left behind me." . - : x f W.-w for tb. Uaio to man, Aeallantsetof ranger. . - - ; " Choscs : - . " .Hunlifcf tkHondredaibMw W &?J?Z2kZf. T. . k;. untn'i flmff and home, ' -Va4 th. girl, tiny left Eekind the.. ' Col. Hawley it gallant man, . . , . Tbe oldiers all will miod him, . He says he will bring tbem all safe norae. ' Jo "the girls they left behind them. 'l .', pauses Hnyrah, 4. . . . And if tbe rebel we do meet. . ,. Prepared they will ever find n, We will show them we are fighting for . The girl we left behind o. , Cbobvs Horrmb, 4c . We show no mercy to the' wrong, , Nor rebels when we 6nd them, . . .- . We give no quarter, nor retreat, -. Eut with traitor's chain we bind them. . ; Caoaca -fiarrah, Ac Te wive and sweethearts bit at borne, ; i W pray jrou all to mind as, ... At we bare mora grief thaa yoa, ; la leaving you behind u. . . v Cbdbub Hurrah, Ac. . , -'. . ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1863

4 4r .jy hi Ill' J I I ... , I JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AND PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO FEB It U A It Y 12 ,1 8 6 3 "TRUTH ANjp JUSTICE. w , ;t ? .: :v : S 1:50, IJ ADVANCE Number 12 THE THIRD CHOICE. ; 'Is she dead, then?, Tea, madame,' replied the gentleman in the brown breeches. And ber will? 'Is going to be opened here imme diately by her solicitor.'. Shall we inherit anything?' It must be supposed so; we hare a tlaim.' Who is that miserably-dressed per sonage who intrudes herself here?' I Oh, she.' said the Jtttle man, sneer fngly. 'She won't have much in the Will; she is sister to the deceased. What! that Anne who wedded in 1842 a man of nothing an officer!' Precisely so. She must bare no small amount of impudence to present herself here be fore a respectable family." . . The more so, as sister Egerie, of no ble birth, bad ne?er forgiven her that tneialianee.' Anne moved at this time across the room in which the family of the de ceased were assembled. She was pale,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL BDITID ABB FDBLISBED BT HARPER, 23TAt 81.50, in variably in advance R. L. STEWART. Awta Esirss. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY FEB. it. 1865. -Tlie General HwpiUl at this post now conUioa over 300 inmates. A great number hare been discharged, and Dr. Davis Indefatigable in bar ing all ease, manifestly unfitvfor duty nnder any circumstances, promptly dis charged and sent borne. Tbia is high ly commendable, and if adopted at all hospitals, would not only sate livee, bat rid tbe Government of supporting a vast Bumber of men who never were capable of performing military duty, but are willing for pay and clothing to board and lodge in a Hospital. All such eases Dr. IAvrs disposes of hi a vry summary manner.' There is only one thing eonneetad with tbe hospital at tbiav post open, to censure that is the manner in which H is supplied with water- With an acre of roofing sufficient to collect water enough to fill cisterns of the- largest capacity, and a well on tbe premises inexhaust...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1863

Army Correspondence. For the Gallipolis Joural. MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE, January 30, 1863. t- tt T iTnnprtnvn in r"K. . " V -M.I. H1 "6.rtw tn vonr readen ."or anv other man," is no easy task. The information thev desire is of course .nfhnnd. A thousand Questions are .-11- ,ct.c! .ni1nniin nnanaverAfl' T - x Thev want to know Gen. Rosecrans? position ; is it a strong one? how many men f effective) has he? have we en- trenchmenU, and fortifications, and how nnd where are they located? how much Cavalry, how many pieces of Artillery, and what is their calibre? when will we move forward, &c, fcc. It is natural for men and women to ask these questions, but improper to give a reply. Heve that all goes well, and that Gen'l .1 n,n rmJ enn as lie gets ready. If the rebels are bold enough to attack us, you will then know whether or not the position is a Strong one. At any rate we shall stay here awhile. I reached here on the 28th, sound In fcodr. and without seeine a reb. Mor gan, was rep...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1863

POET'S CORNER. A GOOD SONG. S ,irresrbn'deat of tHe Cincinnati Ch' mcrcial, writing from an adatnee postofoar army on the Cumberland, in -ieimesiee,seBC the followin t .. V vY .f T Tfr"nnw -tvfifn T R1V Chat tie army here is almost a unit for theEmanei nation Proclamation. Some of the ideas- of U: li.vafuun MMVwllM in a song, -which "the boys" will sing for yon almost anywhere you go. It is to the tune "Wait for the Wagon," and is designed as an offset to "The Southern Wagon, which any she rebel will sing for yon with pleasure, Ben) it is: I It i THE OLD UNION WAGON. BY M. I. STERLOZIER. In Uncle Sinn's Dominion, in Eighteen Sixty one, The fi"ht between Secession and Union was "begun; The South declared they'd have the "rights which Uncle Sam denied. Or in their Secesh Wagon they'd all take a ride! Cuoeui Hurrah for the wagon the old Union Wagon! We'll stick to our wagon and All take ft ride! Themakers of our wagon- were men- of solid wit, They .madeit out of "Charter Oak," that wou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 February 1863

JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AND PROPRIETOR GALLIPOLlS, OHIffl, FEBRUARY g6fJL8tTsT TRUTH AO JUSTICE." 61:50, IN ADVANCE. MY UNCLE'S CASHIER. "My dear Charles, it is a question for you, cot for me you must decide yourself; I can only state the conditions npon which that decision bust be foun- 'ded. If you go to college you must with a very small allowance Indeed ted you must work for a fellowship -tome kind, as I can leave you nothing, as y'dn know that, beyond a provision for your fa'o'lh'er and the unmarried girtaj I shall leave nothing behind me whin 1 go. If you do go to college, you will enter a circle the entering of which will multiply ten-fold your chances of sue-. cess in after life; it will give yon a po-'commerce. eition in society of which nothing bad conduct on your part ca'n 'deprive vou. and will tut vou In the fair road to become what I should like to -see you a scholar and a gentleman. If, on the other Land, yon accept your uncle's offer, you will have a far ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 February 1863

GALLIPOLIS EDITED AND PUBLISHES BT JAIES HARPER, E?"At 91,50, invariably jn aavance K. L. STEWART, Assbtaxt Editor CTAEL1FOOS. THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1863. -The BoHiers m the field from Ohio, Indians, and Illinois, have nobly responded to the "butternuts" andeop- Berheads. whose treasonable speeches and resolutions in the legislatures of those States, hare lately filled the columns of many so-called Democratic papers North, and all of the rebel sheets South. One universal shout of scorn and contempt for the traitors, has gone up from our gallant boys wber- ever they have had a chance to manifest it. Instead of these proceedings being approved of by the army, not a single instance has yet been shown where they were not met by the most prompt and unmistable disavowal. Not only so but In many cases the dastards who have thus placed themselves on the records of infamy, have been given to understand in plain terms, that where traitors in the South are made to "bite the dust," their friends a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 February 1863

LETTER FROM KENTUCKY. Rebel Conrentionjo Nominate a Stale Ticket Military Order Tssaed for the Occasion Prompt and Patriotic Condnct of Col. Gilbert Members of tie Legislature Taking Prominent Parts in the Traitorous Proceedings Call of Delegates Full Attend ance of Well-Known Eebels The Rebels Dispersed by the Military Authorities Indorsement of the Act by the Loyal People, Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. FRANKFORT, KY., Feb. 19, '63. Failing to procure the Lower House of the Legislature to sold their traitor ous Convention, the ex-Camp Chase rebels and Secessionists, sent hither to nominate a State ticket of such men as would hand the State over into the pos session of the Southern Confederacy, procured Metropolitan Hall and met in convention yesterday morning. Two hundred men all told comprised tbe number present, and these were mar velonsly ill-favored fellows with filthy beards and 'foreheads villainously low.' It is not my disposition to abuse those men because they ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 February 1863

POET'S CORNER. HAYE FAITH IN THE FUTURE. BY FINLEY JOHNSON. Have faith in-the, future,- -- Though thorns' strew jrom path, Though the heavens 'should frown '- In darkless and wratii;-';--Tbongh hopes that are orighlest Ths soonest decay Tct remember 'tis 'darkest ThJ nearer to-day. - Have faith in the future, Though fortune may frow- -And tyrants should trampl- Thy liberties down; Though trials surround thee Cast aside all fear, Far when darkness is deepest The daylight is near. Hare faith in the futare. Though hopes have all fled, Though friends who were truest Repose with the dead; Though pain, grief and sorrow Should in triumph prevail. Mourn not, or upbraid not. If or let your heart fail. The wares whieh are sparkling Kin beauty so bright, Roll'd o'er the dark billows And rayed them in light; Hope's sun is uprising, The night is nigh gone. Have faith in the future, " The daylight will dawn. t v2 THE DEMOCRAT'S REBUKE. "Wz Sroor.TO Cosqctb." This insalling mottb.-which was borne ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 March 1863

fil It folx I f it tt JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AM) PROPRIETOR, GALLIPOLIS, OHIOf MARCH 5, 1863. TEUTH AND 'JUSTICE," jg 3& ' . Jl:50,-lN ADYANGE- 4 IVnmber ENTRAPPING A MURDERER. A SPECULATOR'S STORY. In the year 1833 I went to the Bed Hirer country, with a view of speca- I.ting in horsTs. lands or anythingVt in i en t give promise of a profitable re - turn fo7 a cash investment. Of course I carried a good deal of money with me. bnt knowing 1 was going e. but knowing I was going into a wild, lawless class of every grade and wjlor, among half civilized Indians, Negroes, Gamblers, Bobbers, Thieves, Murderers and Assassins with per haps a few settlers of some claim to honor and honesty, if they could be sifted from the mass I thoughts the safest. plap.not to seem well off in the world's goods. Accordingly, I se 'cured my money in a belt around my body, put on a very coarse, rough dress, which, by international careless ness, soon had a very mean, slovenly appearance, and...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 March 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITID AND PUBLISHED- BT JAMES HARPER,. -At 81.50. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART. .AssKTAirr- Eottos. THURSDAY. : MARCH; Si 1863: "Guerrillag are again becoming troublesome in West Virginia. Their object seems to be more for tbe purpose of intimidating tbe -Union men, and driving them, away from, the polls so, as to reduce tbe vole on tbe new Constitu tion as much as practicable, than for plunder. The country Bsing; already stripped of everything: im. the way of supplies, plunden cannot be their nim A very small vote at the coming elec tion, in favor of the new Stale, will furnish the .traitors South, and their Mends North, with an argument against the "usurpations" of the President, and) "unconstitutionality" of- the act admit ting her as a State. To affect this, the poorer clasess, who are generally in favor of the measure and reside at a distance flora Ilia places of voting, most be driven to the woods for safety. The wealthy slaveholders, nearly all, fa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 March 1863

Army Correspondence. ON BOARD STEAMER EDWARD DUNCAN. ON BOARD STEAMER EDWARD DUNCAN. Cumberland River, Feb. 24, '63. Dear Hirp'er: Th writer hereof believe hisaselt to be ea the stealer n&sed above, and at' the p reseat time,' TlUeCand bound' or soma poist still nignerop. . - , ( There is a fleet of steamers with us, baring 'qfaiten'utwber of troops; more lets orj board, under command of ucu. ucurgo ,wuu, a m. guoinmco of the aacceBS of the expedition, what erer its object njay tie. The fleet, is' jBAaMu't tint t- r twin null MAr) f AA n ta, Imperial, Liberty, Orient, Henry Fitzbugb, Fnny Barker, JBejfaif, JeH aware, uienwouu, rencent uuj ana TT . FT n! Lilt.- -" Hornet. Two Gunboats, went urt ahead of ns last night and.,nibre ,wilf? it is said, be alter nato-night. On the Imperial, I found 'Capt, Frank. Oakes, who do'esT.ot'fancy'stearaboalioir'up m Ibis xontiB-y. Heft:ari 'stand mp as hit;h as'Naibrifle, bat wberi'be" has td i v i, '! l go aixjve, no- wouia mucn preier to dc e...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 March 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES. IN MEMORY THE BRAVE HEROES OF GALLIA, WHO FELL IN THE BATTLE OF PERRYVILLE, KENTUCKY. Come forest bird and tone yoar soles, & ..Sing ye In sorrow, yet in pride, A requiem to the memory Of .those who for sweet freedom died. Aye, sorry that the tomb should hold . The forms of those who fought so brave, And pride that they have won a wreath. To rest forever on each grave. Ah, well might beat the muffled drum, And waTe the starry banner o'er them, In life ther to its rescue flew, j v;th its stars before them. Not a frown, not a tear dinun'd the noble As ther passed 'neath death's dark arches, Too proudly they looted on our conquering arms, t And our troops victorious marches. Twos an awful day with its carnage grim. Vet fraught with a brilliant glory. For the flame of war with horrid glare. Shone out o'er the battle-field gory. The hated flan of rebellion were raised, ' And our thousands declared they should fall. And the Northern le...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 March 1863

mm ;iiwm(1 XJkiM,r4Stai' 1 MI!H 7 crssuft it f TA Sifj 9 Jrii T T. 7 S ... .-'t JAMES HARPER, EDEC.0R IP HOPRIETOR. FWi' ffVSrT tit '.C"5"Uf a : -r . 7 GtrJ -jr". !Tr t5rdr Volume XXVIII. X " . . ii-Irgt .- -t-jy.. - v. t . THE CONSCRIPT BILL. THE CONSCRIPT BILL. THE NEW NATIONAL MILITIA LAW WHICH HAS JUST PASSED THROUGH CONGRESS. jj WnERKAS, There:jnow. exist in the United States an insurrection 'and re bellion against the authority thereof, nnd it is, under the Constitution of the .United States, the dnty of the Got. ernmeni io suppress lusurrccnuu miii lfYif11!nn fn ntiarnntAP tn pnpll State A rcueiiiuu, m guBrautjc w cntii .Republican form of Gorernment; and to preserve the public , tranqn 1 and ereas. ,or.l"e nTvT . ltarv force is indi8Denable, lo raise and ' . i'v 11 .i,t ;n;n support which all f W1 ,lIn' iy to wntnbuanf wl ea, ,er- vice can be more praisewormy ana . lionorable than that which is rendered ! for the maintenance and constitution of the Union, and the conseqnent ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 March 1863

GALUROUS JOURNAL.! aeraeo a rgwjwt bt JAjfES I1KPEK, 3arAt f 1,50, rsrariably ia advance R. L. STEWART. Assstakt Ecrrox. AItIiIPLIS. THURSDILy: f MARCH 19, 1663. Jar the Spriag Term of tba Coert ef j Coajmoa Pleas of Gallia eoaaty eerameaeed m Meaday, th tBst.,, and closed on Sand ay morning. Q&ifee eml docket hat little baskew traaeaetes', and, that ef small iea jsortsace. The criminal tide pr wealed some eases of apparent aagaitade, yet with- oat any very ecnosi results to the criminals. Laseeaj, burglary, big amy and rape, were severally repre sented on the calendar, with the ninal sprinkling of assaults, tsrety of the pcace,..ke. Ascertain Mr. Lokobbick, indicted for feigasay,. to which he plead guilty. rather took the crowd "all aback" by a very Pragthy speech, whereby he io worked upon the feeling of Judge Wxlch, that he sentenced him to one year ia the Penitentiary, ranch to the surprise of every body who aoppoted it ahoald hare been fire. Losobbiok is certainly a "lucky ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 March 1863

Army Correspondence. For the Gallipolis Journal. CAMP NEAR FAYETTEVILLE, VA., March 1st, 1863. r TT. a-an tf tan A n rirnn . r !:.. . ut von innvr inw jruu a ion liu- j T am rl(fni alone in the Armr. i h..lil. '. since I left Gallipolts. and I beliere at the present time, good health, isprerail- ing throoghoat the whole Regiment: however, there are some who are an- tthU far Aaiv Th OallU hnr am all well and in pood spirits. When I en- listed I was satisfied that it was dntv tn m nnfl fTafit 5n r?fnai r.nnntrr. and T nnssww ihp aamn anffit " . r to dav that I did then. I am willinz n I en- ras my of tor e snfrit to do my dnty, and if nothing else will do, I will give my life a sacrifice for my country. I think that we have splendid officers, and those that we can trust. There is Capt. Cadot. ode amon? the best .of officers in the Regiment; be treats his men like gentlemen. There is not a man in his Company but likes him. Our Lieutenants are both splen did fellows. Tber are fast the r...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 March 1863

POETS' CORNER. From All the Year Round. IMPERISHABLE. That stirred oarheaAlq-oBtlii The impulse toa-trordleas prayer, V"1To drffl'pf39T'iBdtr,l,hi'- "... The longings after aetoelliing lost. The spirit's yearnisg err; Xhe tU-TirigS after better hopes. - Thsse things em nerer die. -t ThVtitnfa handtrelelied forth to aid i v 1 l. . : T.'nwl j V The kindly word In grief dark" hour - That proves the fnencfindeed. 'The plsa. for mercy, JkTttlybreatlied, . When justice threatens high ; The iomw of a, contrite heart, 5 ,, ft ' These things shall never die. The memory of a clasping hand,-- iS. The pressure of a km, , , . And all the trifles, sweet and frail, That mate up lore's first Hiss. If with a firm, unchanging &ith, And holy trust and high. These hands have clasped, those lips hare set. These thing shall never die. The cruel and the bitter word That wounded as it fell; The chilling want of sympathy. We feel but never tell. - r. The hard repulse that chills the heart, i , v 'Whose ...

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