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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 February 1848

1 - -.... - "POVE ill TUING8; nOLDA& THAT. WHICH J COCa." :-. -. J ': ,"V''i"-,'; ! ' ' -W-" V; "- -. -. - : '' ' -: - ... . " -v ,i ' VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; ... ... lifter 8 iwrt aW U one ie ii- r our.. T.. .l.l.wrEt AMl'M." AOVl t. 1Ml!l, SEYMOUR, COMMUNICATION. are in elave Stat "ny persons I u . ,1.. .,v Af niiii-ermal . ..i.. .iiUy.iluff nt onlvllie iu ' .nilV lUIUriOU'MI - f , of tlir. ul.Wi. but also of the free pop ' ti.... 9 doim? what they cau to show til unH"y. a- - - the injustice of holding Lu.Jl..ig bondage. Ti"-y "? "Pt,ut ten the arrival of that peried wheu Hlave Z'l numbered among "the thing that ' rron cannot reasonably d iifouuteu.uce of all thecitiieua of alave ' . . "oiiie will caluniuiaU and denounce. 'ni.- - ..i .j..t out the naiaoa of t.raancipation. ' ,ge.a oJ tnc' power to utala v,rHliaf nl'uliou' of tn South. Thia L aa) ,lrMC- ,;eal or imagiiinry elf-iutort tofWa elicited the cry, "Uroat U liana of lh KaT'niav n't Uiote ia lv Statu, who aro borin"in t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 February 1848

I r i r UXAMINE'R. J r. VAI'UKAK. r.Ml. . J COtBY, AMnin Ennl. .(v anaaanaanni awoe -aa L0D1SVILLE::::::::::FEB. 19. 1848. Ia the article oa Popnlation aa error occur red ia the firat table which we supposed we bad corrected for the last issue. It relatea to the population of the slave and free States ,B- 1790. They tood a follows: New England, New York, I New Jersey, I ennsylvania I container - i,o,.. person. i - . .- - r- I r ruin - - - iJuiiu I CI . . at.- I In Is-10 (for our object was to show the dif-1 i ferenre between the stave and free States) the census shov ed this result: 1S10 Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North and Sou tli Carolina. Georgia, Ken- tuckv 5.479.SC0 Free State named above - - 6,767,02 See the progress of each. Slave States, ia fifty years, had increased, one hundred and eveuty-nio per cent, the free, two hundred and forty-three per cent. And which had the advantage? Which was richest in soil, re source, climate? The slave beyond all ques tion. Yet the free i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 February 1848

r. V..l.l r roiui'ji ... . . 4liti: ' "...ior M our standard-bearer, Mr. VfJialrf and r .nort. or lu p i i . riMilounly co-operate in iif buy other nominee h. my "fTZmi. mwk and inwardly diCeal' W. " hich will be in a damaged condition. There war i:... !ttt. The boat now lies in air f.t wi There ia three feat water in the Illii oi. ...J three and a half feet in the U,.r Mi.isHi,.i "rrai'iiia IHHUl 114 rikXU eighteen iw Ii Pi. rKrofJ-nenU irin-. verified, letter for iMMrCMtlCMT. Era. the able orpin of the Lib- iVrtv t Washington, apeae-in of political Lit it wonU secure a democratic Man,.. ".......os.tion i not up to the mark of those . x '..nd immediate peace with, and the i,f our troopa from Mexico, or of ".hoiDtthat alavery be excluded from quired territory. "Hi f" "? i,pIrdil-iuJ acquire far- Laorv f.r the purpose of extending .U Mr. r.ilrer' Ipwli-aa the t.IUIta ... recta af lb .lav taeellea. The speech of thU gentleman waa niainlr In reply to Mr. Clingman, of North Cnrolina. Af...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 February 1848

EXAMINE!?. 1'ae Heart's liarsle. , hen age has cant its shaduM s O'er life's declining way When evening twilight gathers Round our retiring day, Tbea shall we ait add ponder On the dim and shadowy Pt ; I the hetrt'l ilnt chamber The guests will fattier fast. Guests tliat in youth we cherished hall coma as long before. And we shall bold roromusion A in the daya of yore : They may be dark and sombre, They niay be bright and fair. Cut the heart will have its chamber, And the g ueste will gather there. How eUall it be. bit slater Who shall be our hearts' guests? How shall it be, my brothers. When life's shadow on us rests f Shall we not 'mid the silence Hear voices, sweet and low, Speak the old familiar language. The words of lougago? Shall we not see dear faces Sweet smiling as of old. Tilt the mists of that lone chamber Are sunset clouds of gold Wbai are haa cast its shadows O er life's declining way, A ad evening twilight gather Round our retiring Jay T ...i.gtMi AiiaMei. The followi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 February 1848

ft ,1 A i 4 t " t ,"PR0VEALl4 .THINGS J DOLD F AST TIlAr WniCII IS GOOD VOLUME I. THE EXAMINEK; ' ie 0 OnVe. TEH. VIM. PAIJL SEYMOUR, COMMUNICATIONS. Bowlixockeeh, Kt., Feb. 8, 1H4S. 1 n 7'. Jf. 1 '"" w7" 0,t Via i. )iri. H . Gartutt, Sanford R,m, Um. H. Mc Murray, and others. (jtsruMis: I have the honor toac fcnoWeul' the reception, by this day's mail, of vour communication dated ICth Dec. jV but josi-uiarked, 7i!i iiist., in which, voj'te-juesi me to give you "my views a to (lie aJiarita.-e. as well as disadvantages, of slavery in its effects, morally, politically, 3!1 MKiilly, and some plan by which we iBy be relieved from its unhappy influence, Wi;'hout detriment to master or slave." llJioucli J w enoralJy averse to obtru Jiiis ;)' or opinioiis upon the public, vetfl J 1,1,1 myself authorised to with i oil an opinion upon any subject, when f:Kv;fu;:y asked for it, by any gentleman. A uiui li stronger obligation rests upon me, now. front the fact, that the names of more than 'Mv ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 February 1848

1J . - r THE EXAMINER. J. C. trClAX, Emtm. r. IWir, Aaumirr Emvob. ' tTTl CVTT T TV . FEB. 2G, IMS. Jafcm alary A4h! This mtnUiwt ta dead! Ha died at WMklirUi oa Tbareday ths 94th iast ,i Net for kin may we anoarB for lie h lived leaf and does bis duty nobly, bat for oar colo ur end mi: for bo a M ever a faithful defender f both. A Ule arrival confirms the Fence Ramon! It M said the MeiicaB Cemmussieners accede U Mr. Triot'a erigiaal terms. Varioaa details art given. Such as, that tha United Stales hall keep a. standiag army 12,000 etreng, u protect tba Meiicaa govern meat ! This looka "dubious. Bat wo aboil boar Tory oooa, all tbo parties burn. If there be peace who will aot rejoice T Let as hop ud pray for it 91 loo IMs. To tbo iadefatigebie exertions of this pare philanthropist, mast bo attribeted tho pe igs of law ia the Tennessee Legislatnre, appro priating $ 40,000 for the estabUshsneat ia Tea tini of a Lb a a tic Asylum. rati Some three works ago, a a asserted that, if aay ea...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 February 1848

. . II MM. ..WUbed - B6.u.M.d 7;. warned by.. W. read l .raLwWr frotb.m. for tho 11 -T -.,al0"4' n i i...ltnr. W ..ft nu " J ilk aa IndeOeud' MBW" " ' hich command our buiiui- if It , uama fresh. M Unaf BIWT" - ra f.. indicate ia the ..-...nr. slike aielllfesci y' llifeerata. ' The K.nronean runes aavs: "W hear unit Edecaltawai BpfrM Th feeling manifested at Frankfort, on th Messrs. Baring Hiother & Co. hnve opened ut subject of adncaUon ia worthy ef all prate. Uovds larce policies ou epene iioin Mexico U , . ., , , . the I'nited Kir Join, supposed to be for account Thar els evldeaUy great diversity of eplr,loa-not of t!ie Amer icim ei.verument. . The proceed will in this ra.ie be mwt likely drawn Hgauutl in b.'lle of eichanee." 1 he ISiir.k of Kn; land has reduced the rale of in tercut lo fout per cent Out of tho bank Uie rale it three raec cent. The Kimc of Denmark did not die on the 19t!i, a reported, but he wan no bad oil ihe 2Uth that lie was not expected lo survive many ho...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 February 1848

iTERARY EXAMINER, Fmi U "Opal fwr 148.- Too following verse by Longfellow betr tho simple title of "By the Sen-Side:" , The twilight to sad and cloudy, Tho wind blows wild and free. Aad like the wing of sea bird Flash the white capo of tho sea. Bat is tho fisherman's cottage . There shines a ruddier light. And a l!tUe face at the window Peers oat into the night. Close, close it is pressed to the window, As if those childish eyes Were looking into the darkness. To see some shape arise. And a woman's waving shadow I passing to an fro. Now rising to the ceiling Now bowing and bending low. What tale does the roaring ocean, And tho night wind, blank and wild. As it beau at the crazv casement. Tell to the lilde child? And why do the roaring ocean, And toe sight wind, wild and bleak. As they beat at the heart of the mother. Drive the eeUr from her cbeekT (C'orretipuiKleiHC of the ewark Duly AdrertirT. VrmW In Jaspers faaaliiaa. Vcs ice, Christmas Eve, 1847. Venice! beautiful Venice! Queen ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 March 1848

1 Tu A TT TTlT TT71 Til) : ' it A A V v" v i i y i A .1 .. 1 . I w PROVE ALL THINGS; HOLD PAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." A ' V A- V -U I I I 1-1 VI . - VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; la the To Offlc. .I.LAtS PK A!'". WVt ... TWO rAUb SEYMOUR, car acrilaz. HW". -cmrx: I am nol insensible to ap portion l my cooniry P" . .. ... I thus remenil-red, aud lha wel- here in m "" '"7 , ""Mn . ...i ..I..IA.I. touches me dPlilv . um - . 1 .1 1. . f m u 111 1 1 VII II Bill j ...lefullv '. ' i- rominc ron wnom i It" . ..... ,-l ...ri-l.d I - mora.. rlI if lh-v. been aiucrt mbitioiii "? nininf vonr confidence aud tm, my au !! ,e. 'V W uJ P"" .r,0,,, . tetn.L: I - Proud of th. he.r.felt ex ,.n. of VHHthy nJ congratulation of C :?rb27LoW. m. longest and beat; I .r.mpl ierdeliorua h. hariWiip a.d augers of il ! Si.mctf " low that d man in Americ a j -i.- .- mar man i. mil . fa plemfcu country cIM far Z . as romuiou u'J",r' 1 U,e rttnkf IWited prmi- " severe cen-ur. I a-l -"V. therefore, whilst I wai ,imrew.Uia.v...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 March 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C VAl'GHAN. Earroa. r. COfBV, AssurraaT EatToe. LOUISVILLE: :: MARCH 4, 1813. wraelvew. We return ear hearty thanks le many and geaereas friend for (heir aid and sympathy. We are glad to perceive that a majority of them anderstand oar position; a few, however, do not, and we unbrace this occasion te pat them right. " ; ' ' The Examiner is strictly an anti-slavery pa per, aad the organ and exponent of the Ernan cipatioa movement la Rentocky. It is free from ell party allegiance. It his nothing te do with political centesU; whatever we insert la regard to men or partieo, we insert as part of the history of passing events; and nothing woald induce ns te engage directly or Indirectly, la Sute conflicts, presidential coatesU or party movements of any character. Next August the people of this Sute are to vote whether they will have a Convention. A fear aria a trill he held; of this result no mea of any party entertains doubt When this is decided, then will arise the great...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 March 1848

1 . . . acetiag ew "r" . -r .h. oueeUou. It tfon l seem -f the oueetioB L tur.of th.opletouh ,t libiw" with funny qoe-tiott-; the V'rrah.'and 'hit -rk'" Uth luh it B0 . .....ndinr mind will rule " .... ntiinv and 'up- J.p Hut m- h, the ar waauug, sua -jtiO"- ... .i .1 oinruui-" - IVaw 1 era LllV al;,;;iodyra.y-.ywh.,th.y iL.or meeting i. that city. IF. ye."' j nl III. the firl epeaaer. heavy speaker. I . He it a II can He can win, l.ul ' . . t...i kinUle ao eatuuaiiatn. L ...v bat il i )'. P0' """'V llei.ee he was bat little he.rd- """ . , j I,., ...Tin lerrujiteu; " -r .i... i..t ... J manner oi aouie - rj-,"'i i r KA,r. of Illiaoi., we. to follow ip'0' iiunatwnt. Uie cry Wlie ,U UlprM - .. . ... i!w-r" wubMn. attmnat a t .1 & ,U ,-1en,.yBrd. Bread ! ".' .trvtoiio, t'ato, Soloiuon, Alcibi IVmUiena. ic, aud woauJnp rlrm'h .giu.t-JagiD.t-lon2 I" - .i :..t i tlii noint thara rl,i-ra locouloauu eni uie tft-r- tint bo tlid not laao mo j He tost loo mucb" "w have ouL'Vi'-- ic- ic- UU...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 March 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. The Poet's PpeH. If W. JACK ION KION WVITK AMlkar of liy9 IsganAs, mmA Ltt: it ' Mourniug o'er his lone condition. Sat the poet ia his gri-f. Drinking at n sad heart' fountain, Vainly hoping for relief. Fate, also ! ia inauspicious," Cried the poet in despair, Or a child of song wight wander Hopeful in a world so fair. I have nurs'd nr visious dearly, Warmly worshipp'd at tlieir shrine, being a page to Love and Beaaty In their homage to the Nine. But, ah ! me and my devotions Tunc to end in carkiug rare, Toiling for the weal of others. Reaping for tujaelf despair. It was folly, idle dreaming. Thus to waste the precious time, Smoothing gnis for other garlands. Beating air to make it rhyme ; But I'll walk in other pathways. Dream no more of hill or dell; So farewell, fantastic shadows, 1 will break the poet's spell." Onward with the wealth-pursuers Mov'd the faltering child of song, Frainiug worship unto mammon. Joining in the thoughtless throng. I'p and down the cr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 March 1848

-mm- ' "' ' I. II I p . . .-., . : 1 1 1 11 1-1 1 A Ji 1A iLLio "prove all things; hold fast tut which : is", good." VOLUME I. LOUISVILLE, KY.; SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1848. : NUMBER 39. .. uri'MIWl'n. Tlir rAn-u' I--..... tu .Kil 4u Ml wpj - - - - l To oAre. TKKMIi f WO IWU. A MM. IM AI.VAKCE PAUL SEYMOUR. (Cuiliuu of thoe rights, weuW till the lieait Northern man wiw emotion, oi tut Hat is it ao7 we leer Hoi. i ne f 0! tuiiuiou- Ik. COMMUNICATION. Tbml Nortkera maa ahould be in favor of th tlLJu of th ' f '""'. Vond expre-ion. They occupy " ud . ..L :Mti..iabl bleainr of liberty. havs iU aalisfactioa f knowiug, that il. .loctrine of human right i ,,B.ierlooJ sd practically recognized. And ... ........ Mi- bui)dmhsL that a umverul uiifii. i" . . ... vt ery - .it t.tl' Lpii -f A-rlH ! I"y " ut tud o decided an H should be. In tm. Lt.onuf th..talewu. need only t j lut Trias could not la baea adntilUMl Noril.era member, of Conra. Tia writ-r trli, tl.t tiia anueiation of Tfiaa wa uu- titat...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 March 1848

w ana a. a a Ala. a .v a- i,a.id: I J. C. TACCHAN, Eanoa. r. COPBY, ATtrr Emtob. LOUISVILLE: MARCH 11, 181S. Dave DMi aenainc ia. ii may ft;lt T. L.I ujaiaomawnanaTapia,w.wT,u,-u.. . . j : i .1 l ao, they will andertUnd tha matter, aa it U dif-1 f la t kA naa Ia - arvAM W a I . a '" K-r" - I"1 "-the . .ji...J t A il.. aopm daa. and help aa. if poeaibie, to new auuecrioera. I or Wa ask this, not to put money ia our pocket, bat ta give atability and circulation to the paper. N4 IM ma I The Mil waukio Wiaconaia aaya: 1 ' I joai iwlr.u : riu.1 1 town i. one day. .. two of the principal That law teams were coauteu coiu.b, .-. thoroughfa-ee oi me city . i go far North, and why! Ask, fcentucaians. i Here were some four or five thoaaand aoula I roinff in thia fine territory. hero do we witness auch aighUT Tet ir kentucay were l frt. we .hould witneae thoa u ireqaenuv na tbe people of Wisconsin V- nnUr that Mr. MrClnnrcalla alaverv an inaupportabie peai-tnat r .a . . c m.' a a n . Bounces it...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 March 1848

. ti(j in bi notion of order, punctuality IB M." .. - - . ........ L.ii-a. I.a.l no im! si Humid i ...-.a aarar rniuiilMiiiiiir ! t lis f..rhn-"''"",- . .7 TV i.IUU 1 p- - 1 ........i.linpto. inst.adof relieving the op aU" " . . -...I nf rxrurriur it.ili. ajv. w '"P " ; 1- V hearing ber do a. U -m couiuoa , ur fr him. robust, and "eaiiu. la su b hi 1 ' ' ' nj hi tred ife, iio rould srarrel ,v without leelm pam, to nana mm lint ..... other thine; la riug the Ull far Hit 'wiit. or even to go up to their chamber ami i.rinr hint ineiniog " - u illio-that a domestic aiioum go. tL.r nior patient; nior lovin in her ! ..ir -rew Mra. Lundy. By autlVriur sh i.uritied. It made the heart ache In see lie '.... t.v the aide of her erect, florid, elastic liu.liaud. more like a pale, shadow! ! r.n iliaa a real ubtauce; and to feel asm red tt,il iu a very l'ue uue P'" " l ,uj the cliiiurcn auu ii-uu a ,,u it.vru urr. ,.t i k.i.. her and love her no more ii i.-i dMd. auU six liltlr dom were ..fi "ih....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 March 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. IT HVtl iriltLL tWl.l.. Let Uiom who will, claim rfotl lirtli. Ami lake Iheir pride in Norraan blood. The parent ancestry a earth Mutt find iU spring ia AdanTa mud. And all, though nobl now or base, from the same level loo oir riae, And aide by aide, in loving grace, leaped, cryetal clear, from Paradise. We are bo opa wa of bartered lore. That' wedded to Uie heart with gold, Fat pi a lighUy aa a glove, Aa liphtiy doffed, ooarce three daye aid A lave lit Hi marries laada to land, A paaaioa of two title deed. That loosely rivet two cold hand. And idle heira to idler breeda. Large-limbed, the friend faun and air, lu aiaewy arm with labor brown; With glad, etroog aoul, that aeemed to wear lu tinman nature lika a crown Such waa the lova from which we sprang. A lore clear-hearted aa the morn. Which through life's toil and troublea sang, Like n tall reaper 'mid the corn Life lay before a, bare and broad. To conquer with two handa alone Bat wo had faith ia man and God, An...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 March 1848

7 1 ! I I. i t "prove all things; iiold fast TiiATwnicii IS GOOD." VOLUME I TIIK EXAMINER; to the rm GftVe. TRKN" TWO IV.LI.ABS AM H, IN A1V ANTE. PAUL SEYMOUR. l,aprrM t'rtsw. A l Vrtt tralh m&k their way slowly. , uuJ .ia Iv. but surely, society i lear ning ll.i. great l,u(h.' thit prevention is not only belter, but ee- ner. nJ most potent argument of all) ,i,iwr than cure aud that it has other duties lt, perform toward pauper. J criminals, thau f,Iiinr and heuging. is getting rapidly dem- that it far lesa (to say uothiug f higlirrcousideratione) to food and teach the ,.oor. rafgeJ, ignorant eAitf, who must Uef, ,wi or urve; and thua make it both wil hug tui able to live honestly, than it does to guirj agiut. catch, try, convict, and imprison, tnusport or heug. the grown np, brntalixod and anje:" man. Out y which views have already. ln ! measure, be ?n carried out, in by Kag grd Schools, to which wo referred noma ti im ago. Tiie experiment baa boon tried ( ith some mipurUat mo...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 March 1848

S NER. cImta. . alrr EmtH. : MARCH 18,1843. frowsy KatUM. i i . a -ii t. a 4 .OK piBCO Bl 7 O CIU( A iM-, .h. The vote stood For the treaty, jt, IS. The injunction of eecreey removed. At mob m it U,' wo shall n ti -t.-... .i.. ..l ti.- I ' te actios ttiereopoB jeaator Sevier is appointed Commiasioaer of 'ece aader the treaty bas been confirmed by the Senate, and with bis Secretary, Mr. Walsh, will start immediately for Meiico. teat. Wo have plealy of "this article'rin Ken tacky. Yet how much of it is used Tit would bo a source of wealth to tho State, if we had free labor to use it. Ohio Bees, for mining parpooes, according to theCiactsaan CknnicU, (good authority) the following quantity: On the Obw River, at Pntivroy MuuUtMajf. Oa lit Caaal-ckued at clauaviue at KwsTiue. . W.UiW 1 6.S l.3ir7,ITV at Domr at Akron .... Toui i.iva.'xr Twenty years ago, and coal was hardly known ia the Interior of that Stale; within the I last Urn years, along the caaals, rail ways, (what I a benefit th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 March 1848

avSa la airily. :. ..t slrens-th th Mo by . .... I.sudor. Tli clur-inf lines are V llr full ofc(MiU'rJ'B:,S : , I have struck the heroic striu; ESSlM U.h aero-his brat. rne ' . .. .1 . . i. ... tliu real But shsii "J - "V n-.,;, I... .ad.t dust i" T 1 I Ul Hul ihou.OScUy! art bora afc-aid-? r ever Varies "d WyP "e-,; r over , . .. 0f llMB, roraTcioa fit n.e power) lUif tieed. 3. Had to thro first. P.lr...o ! had to Uie Mrt t' --w '. ' Thou catiest: " 4. W ol from the ..wiuir.l.e. irki,rithoodot Uie North, forth Iu (thoiii my soul e1" .. r' rooaate. Hut eve the couch of fMolh. "mid ftumUti mailt. Uu,.r -mri lurlu liaiuil. where fJeii Ci """ 11. vtSa of Uuor, long. loo lonr. unheard. 5. Vol thai the wretch was firi. Who lr-U Hi- meanest " J ,n" k1' Sat that around all kinjf r ur ever springs it.n6 vapour that absorbs the lire. ' of ,11 that would iie higher 6. t: free ualione will not 1 her b Mure ualiou. fiee. Witn'eM vUhm, our own. l.l Lie yer viler uooe. Te grslify brood, -ssmp -ld...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 March 1848

- LITERARY EXAMINER. Jmrnrn Qatar A a mm. Ia 1840, Mr. Moaoai, the present Secretary of Suit, occupied a seat in Congress neat to that of Mr. Adam, Several young ladies in Mr. OeLi's district had requested Mr. Adam' eatogreph. In complying with that request. Mr. Adams added the following roem, a copy f which Mr. Mom an obtained for vs. It ap peared ia this paper seven years ago, but it will be inn read with andiimnished ml rest. Air. Adams, be it remembered, when this spirited Poem was written, had attained his 7 4th year. I Xtoeay tatf Jeurnai. Tfc M oan mf Maa. "Mtm waats bat littls here below, ur uiu that Utile lutif." Qudmith'4 Hmnil. I. "Man wants but little here below, Nor wants that little long." Tis not with mm exactly so But 'tis so ia the song. Mf wants are many, and if toU, Would muster many a score; And were each wish a mint of gold, 1 stilt should long for more. II. What first I want is daily bread. And canvass backs aad wine; And all the realms of nature spread Before ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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