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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 June 1838

44 " -. M. Edior "wow,!:y o ou ___________________________________________ L A D O rtr A -, ! a f~~( " ," E, , i.i :En c:uins." . VOLOVYJE 3. . DGEFEENRL C. a. (86" save O.19 I_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ '' Sit__ _ __ The Edgefeld Advertiser, 1s PUnLi.IIED EVERY TIIURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum if paid an advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration. of Six Months from the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Snhscrih rs out of the State.are required to pay in adraunce. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued u.,til all urrearages are paid, except a the option of the Editor. .All subscription's will le continued unless oth erwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procnring five Subscribers and beconnng responsible for the sanie. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. AnVErTISEMETS censpicuons? inserted at 6 .i cents per square, for the first msertion. and 431 ec...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 June 1838

11. LABOR DE, Editor. " w cling to the pillars o f our liberties, and if it must fall we will po0 ~o ruins." VOLUME 3. EDGEFIELfD . E . (8. C.. m ., ena __ . , _sas. in.s a i-u e l 11 I C It Ci', EVERY 'I'11ItSm)AY MORNING. 'PI R I S-'-''re Dlars~ par ;aiim if 1hapir ini adivzice,-'1'jre D)ollars and 1iltv ('eiats -the dte of Slll34eliptii.-andI(1l'eir D~ollar i' n3ot idu iitii Six 1 ohttiv. subll~riilers out1 4) the hat:e are- reajiired toi pa ini odlrau,, No iemhtcriptioui receiv'a.a fori less3 tiian~ nr ~r and nio paiper di34r-onmiftid ii liii tell amp'ieirage atrei1frad, exceplt ait the ta;tioai ior the ditorm. All tbip ti(3>i!( will lbe eotmtilulc- pule o. lth envI iordeared, at thel and( of lime veer. Amy pers4on iiroruiinmt five $thieli''3 :ad Ilaeoinim respionisibile fr the saiite. shalil IeCi0v( tihe sixtih (cop1y ?'ris. Al31'EIm.KI. m:-rs c()1341iiltn1,hi inserteI.d t (i. emits4 ler '-(amre, lots the first iia34arlihtr and1 4:1 cets fu~r each~ colati miiltim Adsx~i pri'...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 June 1838

!. * * After a few roimarks from Messrs. Frost, Phillips aud.1larlice, tho resolutions were severally adopted and ordered to the Senate. Leave of absence after to-night, was asked and obtnined. By JMr. If. II. Thomson for Mr. Craw ford and Mr'. Glein By r. roomer, for Mr. A. W. Thom son. Mr. 'ctigru presented a protest signed by himself and others. ssentin_- from the resolutions of Mir. Unvie whieb had just been passed, niid taskcd that it be entered on thet journals of the Ilonse, which was or deredm,alier somie disenssion between Mlessrs. 'emigr', FIture, lthett, Frost, Davio and Coock. ''he I louse took a recess till 8 o'clock. E:stsu1\ St-:sros. On rntine of Mr. liein, th lie filowiing resliion was agreed to und ordered to the Seate ifmr concurrenct: J.'calvrl, 'IThat !olnomon Cohnc and It. i. Counttint be ailplilted uls tices of the *l+:urmml for the parish of 'rincc George 'V inmvamw. ir. i'rost submitted ;a report from the con !mIittee on internal iii mprovements, re comimmni...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 June 1838

Mr. Editor, trok tII~ AOY RTiSER.1 It is the practice of some Editors, who are jbint publishers ofa newspaper, to ap lpdthOir names to the articles written by each. 'In a remote part of our country there is a paper called " The Stars and Stripes of the Union," edited by Messrs. Sawney & Pdt. I extract the ibllowing articles : Foreign Kews.--It is whispered in the fashionable circles, says the L~onlon Age, that a hole WisS seen in the right silk stock ing, of her (Majesty, at a late ball. Some malicious persons say that ihe rent was caused by the great size of the Rloyal foot, which refused to be cramped in t :'narrow a space. San ney. Domestic Neu's.-Oiir Washington Cor - respondent ilorm its tt :tt ;a late cron ded levee, Mr. Van Biren's wig fell oil, andt left .his bald pate exposed to the gaze of the langhing assembly. Pat. Awful Conflagration.-The Maine Wes leyan Journal says, that the winged light ling from heaven, on the 10th iltimo, fell upon farmer Iliggin's fodder-stack...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 14 June 1838

TASS(YS PRISON SONG. BY M1I1S. CRAWFORD. Farewell, ye myrtle howers, Elysiani haunts of love Ye garlands of sweet flowers, For Leonora wove ! Faren ell dear liberty. As love itself supreme! Hope has no gift for me; And men'rv shadowy dream. Like moonlight shed on beoauty's tomb, Uut coldly lights my prison gloom. Ye walls where madness dwells, And mindless beings rouse The echoes of rude cells, Ye witness 'asso's vows, Dear cause of all ihe tears, That wash my galling chain Of all the wrongs of years, That cloud my heart and brain! Sweet mistress oif my tlought. and fate! Dost thou not pity T'sso's fame ? Oh! bring my cypress dear To bind my captive lyre, Ant let my deep despair Thrill every trembling wire. Come, wilding harp, awake. Beneath thy master's touch, And tell how hearts will break, That love hath troubled mnch: liow, by our warm affiections, we Throw ofl' this cold mortulity. TO, A Fl'. E;joy thy halcyon hour. poor lmzzing thing, I say enjoy it, for 'tis but short at most...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 June 1838

a -q T , .1 . 1 1. A.z*t...II-. " AA RK.LAB RD , E ito. We will cling, to di'e pillars RLL of our liberties, and if it niust fall we will ist th ruins."EE VOLUIVMS KID B." ED ly.;F1E,D C. Ill..ge18 VIN-A IMA.2- -2. 15 PUBLISt:)D EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dollars per annum if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscrption.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Subscribers outof the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received for less than one year, and no paper discontinued u.atil nill arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will he continued unless oth erwise ordered, at the end or the year. Any.person procnring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same, shall receive the sixth copy gratis. AnvERTisEXESTS conspicuously inserted at 621 cents per square, for the first insertion. and 43j cents for eaci cotitiniance. Advertisenj...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 June 1838

-. . LABORDE, Editor. -I"n"I" l cIug t e ilars of 1]r0o of our liberties, and if i mt Iust A wia ll adst thw riins." midstthe rins."PUBLISHRED WEEKLY. V O L U M E . -~-.------==== The Edgefiecld Advertiser., New Snaar nam, ..... . . - - -__ __ __ __-----__ _----___ ------ -- _ _ __ _ _ is P nLmsitri - EVERY TIURSDAY MORNING. TERM S.-Three Dollars per annum if paid In tldvanle.-Thrce Dollars and Fifty Cenits if iid before the expiration of Six Moitl from the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if Uot pail withini Six Montis. Subscribers out of the State are regnttired to pay in adrourc. No subseription receivedfIir les than one yiear, and no paper discontinued t.itil all arrearages are paid, except it the option of the Editor. All ulpbscriptiois will be continued Sinless oth erwime ordered, at the end of the year. Any.person proetring live Subliscribers andi becoming responsible for the same. slall receive the sixtih copy gralis. AY RTISErIs conspicuisly inserted at 62j cents per ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 June 1838

Aftt ib Domestic News. t Fronthe 11Washingon Glohe. a understand that as soon as the War Depattuu learued that serious apprehci siuns were ontertmined of disorders eiig ai committed on the Northern frontier, by the Canattdians who hail taken reftige withint our borders, and who have lately shanieftilly Iliused thie Iospitilily extelided to them, the most prompt measures were tioken to bring there whatever regular troop's could le drawn from other stations, withotitt im intl risk to the itre-ts o Ihe poblic ser vice. Frot tile temperdisiplayel by iany ol er citizens on the Cannda horders, and from the el0ortsto he appreliendled from the Cauadian refn 4kees to re-A-3tAih their for Itues, n large rergular fivree i-; reqtoired oni that froiier it) preserv- f!'e tat- faith ali Jinahtain the pOce f the oc*.,.try ; 111nd it is t subject ot* tcep re'rel th.it Oher shonld have been so imich delay i the lionse ill briiiing orvard the bill, which htas twice p lsed fhl Sevaic. to increasu fle m...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 June 1838

'A thing else. Thit thero night -he, as cer, tainly there could be, a mor faithful trans latiou,.tlan that now in comm9n -lie, and thnt it Was unnecessory and would be un vwise for the Society to bend itsOf to any given translation by a colistitutional restric tion. The Socieay.he'longed to the Detnm inadti which could. by resolution, at any Omie direct its movemenms. In thre whole of the discussion, I do not remember that one Delegate expressed a desire, that the Society 'should undertake a translation of the Bible tin the English language. The Society, I anm fully satis fied, do not consider it, as their province to undertake such a- work. They are not a translating Society, but a distributing. cir culating Society. And I an fully persua dted, from what passed in the Society, and in private interviews with leading and distingu6hed brelren from the Northern and Middle States, that the Society will mot undertake the Iranslati -n of the Dible into the English Language, nor patronize ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 21 June 1838

TO MY WIFE. Afar from Thee' The moroing breaks, But morniig brings no joy to me, Alas! my :pirit only wakes To know I am afar from thee. In dreams I saw thy blessed face, And thou wert nestled on lmy breast; n (ITeams I felt thy fon-1 enbrace; And to mine own thy heart was prest. Afar from thee! Tis solitude, Though smiling crowds around me be, The kind, the beautiful, the good For I can only,think of hce; Of thce, the kindest, loveliest, best, My earliest, and my only one; Without thee, I am all ib!e4t, And wholy hlest with thee alone. Afar from thee! the words of praise Aly listless car unheeded greet; What sweetest seemed in better (lays, %Vithout thee, seelia no loiger swect: The dearest joy fame can bestow, Is in thy moistened eye to see, And in thy cheek's nituisual glow, Thou deemn'st mne not unworthy thee. Afar from thee! Ti night is come, But sumsbers from lily pillow lece; I cannot re-t so far front home. And my heart's home is. love, withl thee! I kneel before the throne ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 June 1838

V : .., -% ." I. LAMORjE, Editor. "We w ll cling lto the >ill r or the t b le f our liberties, amld if it musM rI*l we will perish is h uu. I HED W Y ifatnu~ iaI i . ilperish 4 idst tile ruillm. VOLUME 3- -DEPLD C. 1- -. -- 2 The -dg....>n af. -k - O .21e d d cr j~~ ' 0 B ) Isl 1111111.181:11 EVERY TIIUls%y MORNING. TERMS.-Three Dolirs penr aninn ir pai in advance.-Trree i)olars and lif1v Cets'i paid before lte expiration of Six \lintihs ti-o the uate of S ibseription.-aid l'or Dollais ii not paid within Six 31outhts. Subscribers out oi the State are required to pay inl adnretur. No subscription receivtdllor less thanlinr yurr and not paper disAcontinued iti sill irriage, ire pnid, except it the option, of ilth I'ditor. ' All sitbscriptim m will Ie continmed 1minuts oth. erwis ordeme, ait the eldm or the yier. Any,pers n proettrin- five Subscribers it hee.oining re-tpon-4ible for the same, shall r-eceiv< thle sixth copy gratis. Av.:risvmET erUnSpiCn0nsly insrt ited 621 cent...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 June 1838

POLITICAL. From the Jakson ( Ter.) Telegraph. I will now ittiroduce to the reader's -Ie (quniitice Mr. 1l etry Clay and stii doet utIry evidence tn is co1venieit to slow the part fie has played fromn his otii.t it, pulic lire, down Itf lite perio:1 of* 820. Upon Lite greutt question oIf A bilitionis:mj, it setIs 1that this muan was litictured stroigly 'With this doctrinc ierc he re:tehed ilie ycnrs of Im.anoot i l'renItis:,'life il la it is represented that iihe lVlen 1787, n% heo .Mr. Clhty v as biot -I y:Is 0hl, lie grettly dlist inl.tiked him-,lf* inl Ruteluniv, as th'e - chapionof the aholiliin parly.' A St:te Conistittiionl wa-& aholt 14) bei fome11d F-mal11 party 'maSinl !ao4f xh ieave ry in the S ate. I r. C1;v Iye;letll tini, p;all.y -mde n" my IIIIVt;mpII s1weVIb -, n: .01c manY publientiolns, and ul ist-i f n li htimo-I e%ilito , to elect m1ena to the Conten tilifri-i11 Idy IIt his ohijeet. I re;id this biog;ra y of :r. ClaIly .mv year4 a, and speaL froit re eo!!c'eiit...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 June 1838

44 drplr's ne d hdsii 0- Ov,- t I T doi80 k - rsriust A oiinis'' p, at.ijs monmas%y tibetured strongly r. U i1 I tilu f ergra irnche t he ooiL.n rtiss life of Clay, rieieiii-d tlt inhe year 1778, n, ben W -Yy.wa u i'e did, lU6 greatly ,-'~-'- gusedL.himselfn ins ohtte thaon pal-ly.84 Sta Qfnttihidi.dtsadout to ie: ornied-li all e tirty:wasin favr of11lingsive. "i th te, 1r. lny hended.thi.s ptriy "v ide' Many 61 uip spc eeche;,avrote iany J ation, al uased lis utmIosL.e)ertion I 0 *itibc t ie ConOention fitendly li his hjeet. I egd titii'ogr;aphy of' Mr. -.~.Clay anuiyears a, . and spek from re eqlleetio ;nly..- Tfl boo!k was wriiten by TZ . -his devotbd -1-iond, Prentiss, of the Louis. VIlUP ntifi, and i is supposed underwei Ci. lay'istorretion. BDbthker6- Iarethre other Biographical Skotches of Mr. Ciay's life berore en. I 'will copy sch passages is relate to this suIbje'dt. Miss Marutie-tu. the celellrlted Eeglisli travelter in the United States, -wrote a history of her trnvl, an...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 June 1838

iTuURsDAY, JuNg 28, F. ;g. We have several Communications or band, which are untvoidully excluded front our present nuitber. ,The flank of Hamburg hns declared a Dividend of15 pe:r ect. for the last 6 nmntis. and is checki..g on N. York, at 4 per cent. Connt-:ss.-Onl motion of M9. Cambre ]ing. the House in Committeheufh Nh hoh, on ,he 19th in;t. tok i) tie Bill to provide fe: the collection. transfer, diburw,n -nt and s.fic keeping of the public :even-. This is not the Se.to's 10!, but Ohe Bill re - ported by the Cosmmtio-, of Was anI leans, and embraci.ip ilie Specie Curren cy plan as proposed by Mlr. Calhoun. .I1 r. ll)ambreling opelthe argumeni, amd wa.; followed by Alr. Pickens at great letieth. The debate was oitg on tit ih clasta ccounts The Great Western hans a::min arrived at New York. Sie brings imelligenco that commercial allhirs are it) a hienhilhy cmidi tion; that the Cotion mnarket Is torw active, and price3 higlher than for son tite past. All l"ngland it) n%w alive upo...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 June 1838

WIlY DON'T TIl E BANKS RL-SUIM Er BY Q. V. Z. MtARKS. Why don't the hatiks resunite? alh why Do th--y prolong the day, And at their counters change deny, And only paper pay? Thi'ey'vc made Us watit full long enougi, And scold, and fret. and unie, And now we wam some beter stulf, Wiy don't the banks rsutme? [31aine Democul. Why don't the banks resum, forsooth! Because King Martin swears Ile'll send his walking treasuries out To trap'en in their snares! Because the ,, vaults and safes" of'Wriglt Are going to ittnme The "yellow-hoys" which Bentnt pledged How can the banks resume ? Wihy don't the banks restume? ai why las lamer fled the tra4 k, And left the (lobe and Argus too To coa. tile people iack ! They've made its promises enough, Bit htollon% as the tomb, Ani now we waitit soume better stufl I-ow can tle bainks restme? [Detroit A drertiser. (7')lecp the ball in anotton. W'hy don't the Banks resttme? tIhey have In the proud Empire Stmte But wly is not tteir dhseount line .Permitte...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 28 June 1838

WIlY DON"IT Il l-' IANKS RLSUM1-:f MY q. V. Z. MlARKS. Why don't the baniks resume! ah why Do Ih--y proloni,, thle day, And at their counters chan-ge d1-yiv, And only piper pay! They've made- u4 wait full long enotigh, Anid scolt, and fret. and hutn', And now we wall, some- hitoiuer tul, Why don't the baniks rei-mti? [Maine Dim .-a. Why don't the baiks resumme, "oirsooth! Biecef Kinig Martill swears Hle'll send his walking- treastries out To trai''em inl their snares'! Becautse the ,, vault, and safes" ofWrighb! Are going to inlitimu Thle -)ellon -Iys" which ilenton pledged How canl the hiabukis resime 1 Why doll't the banks resltne, al1 why lhis liamer 11ld ie tra. k, And left the Glbe awl Argus too To c).:. the popole belak ! They've made u,4 protm-,es nougli, ui 11.HOn a. tle tomlib, And now weo wtijt sune leter stuil: low canl tile banks resume11! [lroid .- da)eriecr. fj'Keep the bal ill 11omloln. Why don't the 11.flis restelit.? Ihey have In tile proul En.apire Si lut n by is n...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 July 1838

40 M. LAwil, to. " to the piars o ple of our liberties, an 4it must a.ll we Will P naidstt iBLISED WEEELY. --7N:. -2. VOL~YlE 4. 1 O.22 ~ ~ aMaRik ElVERY mni~st) %Y LNORNING. 11 nid ItIfijr' the e'ipr.10oti of Six Moii l tirih iom the (Lit" of S ttlmr i rioa.-ad 0( oiir IDoI!;t- il 71of Imid %vititi i. Al oix:is. -tidlwrilirrs outtil thle Stato are re';usiresd tn pay ill 1ai; r?. No stili-wieptaeit e.Ii o i om i tha ii' "r are paid. exi11 lei't icht optioni of' t114 Editori. er~vi4n oreloret. att tile eidi of' the v0:11. it y per.;6it primmitritat live! Ysl n' vu' d e be'~it--omma roqiottsibte ir thet samte. shalil tetccivt the sixt~i copy a'rali. G2% rewis tier -clare, Cor tile! first ii'a'rtou tnie lno. lievit0 1 liv embitter ill itt -s'atios miar1. .il (q!~ ill' 10. ivi:l bo cliltilted Ilt id t oducd ott t. aid clitraf-d accordi'giv. All Adi-irtjetei itt'it'iui ror p'talievttit ill this pe tier. ttttst he dlmioled ill the (;Il(; lib All rot-stumiiic-itliis iagidrI's..d -o t,,, "'...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 July 1838

connINIC4TIONS. - CAt anr oo E, Jtic 25, 1838 Arr. Edyor, Sir, I had the pleasure a few days since of' ateiditing the ltxaminatioi of tite Stu dents of the1 Greenwood Actdetnies. Tie Examination commecei with tll youtng Ladies of lilt Female A cademy, till. tier Ohe charge of l iss Chiamnti, flormer ly of C4.olu mbiat, S. C. The young lIdies by their perfornturncet did mnch credi to theiselves, as well as to their highily ic comtiplished. amiable and most meritKoriosi lustrutctres. This Aentlemy has a INN sicni aleplrtment, iler Kite iirection tl Mliss Anderson, of Charleston. atil dtujig tee mntin we hall freelinen-t exhibi. tions f tmtsic, which ah 1d i 1 t ti te inl tere't of the day. The second iay waV:s oienipiel by he ex :nn1inationl of, the Ft-:is!choj ltner the ttirectiitn of iMr. V. C. oia1 itgne, It Voltng tm:tn Of learing an merit, in which ithe I tudenits arqiite-,l themselves witl mine(*h credit. The :;I ilaty tle Clasical Schtol wvns exmnined, Retctor, Mi. J. e.ley. Th...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 July 1838

e suppOse.v Will lie the leading matter for 1 he deliberation of tho "Conventioni" ich called for in one of' the Resolutions, and Which will certainly asseible. 1Utt we do not intend at present to make anl extended 10)ply to the varions llatters eturaced in the 4 Preanihlc" (we have . - looked in vain for oie however,) and Ie solutions. We' will however say more in future. it will he rememtered than we cast nlot the first stone. ' We have been ar raigned with others iefore the People of Edigeliehl as ofleial culprits, mal silence might be construed into guilt. Confident that we can rnaintain ourselves, we assire our frinds'thb no terror has yet beei pro duced by the Red 11111 fulmination. Our sense -of dtwy, will not permit us to overlook the claims of the great Agricnl tural interest of the country, not witlhstanid - ing the very important and ahsorbing char acter or the political <qtestions of the day. Among the inny Doctuments which issie firom the grett CoNitgresional Laborat...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 4 July 1838

-- 0".Na TH1E SLEEPING FORES T CHILD. BY MISS J.WSBURY. ite morn is waking in the woods, The birds are glancina by, And there are flowers where late were buds, Young sleeper! ope thine eyo! The dark tree-tops wave gallantly Against a pearly sky, Their leaves areaIwinkling p)lcasantl3 Young sleeper, opo thine eye! The dews are dying fst, away, (The diamond-. of the dawn,) Front covert now, for food or play, Steals forth the dark-eyed fawn: The bee is gone forth nurmuringly, The rill flows through the lawn, In silver sounding revelry, Oh why is thine withdrawn! . Thy laugh would drown the streamlct's voiCe, Thy step outspeed'its bound, Thy glee, a thing of heart and choice, Vould scatter glee around. I know there's music in the sky, Bright lossoms on the ground, Yet, yet, young sleeper, ope thine eye, For more in thee is found. Thy cheek is g'owing in the grass Wilh deep exotic bloom, Antd thou might'st ?ce.a tot all that pass Through the green forest's gloom A sunbeam stolen from on ...

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