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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 2 December 1853

7 2 VOL. II, LOUDON, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER, 2, 1853. NO. 3, w prm.isnED weekly by ?TV. W. & SAH'L B. O'BRIEN. 0ftc?jJ Cedar Street, Eaxt of the I'ublia Square. TERMS: Two Dollars in advance; Two Dol lars and Fifty Cests in six months; Thuee Dol lars at the expiration of the year Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. yearly rates. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 " " (more than five lines,) 10 Quarter of column 181 Half column 37 J Ono column 75 Announcing candidates, (advance,) $3 STAddress the Publishers, Pott- Paid. LOUDON : FRIDAYv DEC. 2, 18o3. THE "LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853. Having assumed the onerous and responsible 'duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, as it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish this desirable end, we have determin ed to send out...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 2 December 1853

JOHN W. O'BRIEN' .editor. LOUDON; FRIDAY, !:!::::::::::.:: DEC. 2, 1853. Col. Snowdon", Superintendent of the Mint at Philadelphia, has furnished the Editor f the Philadelphia Bulletin with a statement of the amount of American Gold t!iat has been depsoited in the parent and branch Mints du ring the last six years. From the date of the first receipt of California gold in 1848 up to 31st October last, the aggregate amount depos itcd at the Mint and its Branches was $203,886,' 525 97! From the official documents of the United States, we learn that during the period stated above, the exports of specie was as follows: Aggregate exports for six years,$127,823,8S7 imports, " 52,718,681 Net exports of specie for 6 years, $ 75,105,206 This shows a ballance against the U. States of more than fifty million of dollars. We have thus consumed this much more of the manufac tures and products of other countries, than we have exported. We therefore deduct the a mount of specie exported from the U. ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 2 December 1853

LOUDON: Friday Morniiif Dec .2. 1853 LOUDON FEMALE SEMINARY. At a meeting held in this place on last Sat urday, tbe following gentlemen were elected as Trustees of this Institution : JOHN BLAIR, Esq. JOSEPH ANDERSON, JOHN W. RHEA, A. S. LENOIR, JOHN W. O'BRIEN, - WM. C. McLIN, 0 GEORGE WELcn J. RUFUS SMITH, Dr. JAS. F. UARRISON. i The above named gentlemen are reques ted to meet at the Store of McLin Henry, on Tuesday morning, at half after ten o'clock, pre cisely. There is business of importance. BOOK NOTICES Godey1 Lady's Book For December is an excellent number, and in keeping with its long established character. It is embellished with the usual number of fine steil engravings. Christ Healing the Sick,1' is equal to the finest we have ever 6een. The next year will com mence with one of T. S. Arthur's best tales, styled "The Trials of a Needle-woman." Ad dress L.A.Godey, 113 Chestnut street, Philadel phia. Terms, 1 copy $3 per annum; 2 copies $5; five copies $10, with extra copy t...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 2 December 1853

fl A SOLEMN SON'J TheworU! the world! the home of tine. The palace reanV , The half absurd, the half sublime, The human task and theme! The mighty world! its ruler man Oh see tne puppet play! But yeste.night his reign began, He feeds the worm to-day. Atnoen an almost godlike host O'er lire's rampart rode; To-night the future's shadowy coast Receive a carrion load. The wretched present scarce his own. The past a crumbling tomb The future dark; and all nnknowa His spirit's final doom. Oh who can build on sand and dust A fabric of belef? Or who for happiness can burst The wave that hides the reef? Then speed the laugh, the goblet quaff, Sing, love rnd live at ease ! The future hour may bring us flowers But lets mako sure of these. Gealma. AGRICULTURAL. For the Loudon Free Tress. Directioxs for Transplanting axd CrL yivating Frvit Tkees. Previous to purchas ing your trees, see that you have a suitable quantity of compost or manure to answer your purpose. Then commence operations by dig ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 9 December 1853

I 4' I ' ' - " ' -vt f , . - It -. 1 . o iU if. VOL, II. LOTOQN, TENNESSEE, KECEMBER 9, 1853. NO. 4; 4 .0 o V J- 1- o PnBLISnFD WKERT.T BT JUO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. tyice on tWar ,Sfreef, of the PuMic Square. TERMS: Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol lars axi Fiftt Cents in six month; TitagB Dol lars at the expiration of the year ADVtrtTisF.vF.STs inserted at $1 per qnare for the fttL &ntt 0 pnt fYil niK inKaAmiaiit inqiirlwin in and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion TEARLT RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines.).......;....;.... $ 5; " " (mofe thin five lines,),.,. '10 Quarter of column. 18J Half column..... S7J K)ne column.-.-.v.uw 75 Announcing candidates, (advance, )........: $3 jLJAciilrMstheldj LOUDON: 7T FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1833. THE "LOUDON FItEE PRESS," . Havitt assumed the onerous end responsible duties of public journalists, we fee! the just de Vire to increase the circulation of or.r paper, Ks it will hoi only increase oi. r capabilities of doing good, but at th...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 9 December 1853

JOHN W. tTBRICX Editor. LOUDON: FRIDAY, . DEC. 9, 1853. RABUN GA ROAD-00 V... MANNING'S MESSAGE". We transfer io our colilmns to day that por tion of the; able and interesting Message of Gov. Massing, of South Carolina, which re lates to the Blue Ridge or Rabun Gap Railroad. It will be read with great interest, and is wor thy of special attention. - : . . The prospects of obtaining the neccessary means to build the Road are much more flatter ing than we have heretofore supposed. . The entire estimated cost of constructing the Road from Anderson. S. 0. to Knoxville, Tenn., is put down at' $7,500,000, and $6,7.00,000 have been subscribed, leaving only about $300,000 yet to be taken. , . 1 " . If this be so, there is already a snffictenfl uiMuuin fluuauiUUU iU IJlUlll IUC IVTa .III dcrson S. C. to Loudon Tenn. sEwt!, .et assert, and stake our reputation upon feR'tiaortiun, that, accord mi? to the late report of": ui r.ir- me distance oeiween i.noxii !... . i- and the' North Carolina li...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 9 December 1853

iJl , y O o I s o .f! lOHDON: t?rftTayJ free 19, 183- JCSy From a Prospectus n to-day's paper, it will be seen that our joung friencU, & A. Pat terson-, and J. A. Campbeli-., Esq?., are about t) start a new paper at Kingston, to be called the Kingston Gazetteer. They are first rate fel lows, aud we wish thenvpreat success. Mefck&Ms' License. Mr. Speaker Wisener, introduced a bill ia tlie IIousc on Fridaj, to re duce the tax on Merchants' license. Cy Th,-C will be a Sacramental Meeting in the New Syol Presbyterian Church at Loudon including the 4th Sabbath in this month. Railroad Scbsciuptiox carried by a Ma jomtt orC!2. It is a source of sincere grat ification to us, to announce this gtorlcus result. Pulaski has covered herself with glory. A bright and glowing prospect is before our" citi eens, and the work of last Saturday is an epoch in the history of the country, that posterity will remember with grateful hearts." Itls a measure in which all parties united, fcnd worked fo...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 9 December 1853

From th New-York Sunday Time LIKE THE EVERGREEN SO SHALL OUR FRIENDSHIP BE. fiome liken tberi lore to tie beautiful roc. And aome to the violet iweet in the shade, goes, Bat the Flower-Queen diet when the Summer day And the blue eye seats np when the Spring bloi toma fade. Eo well choose for our emblem a sturdier thing,' . We will go to the mountain and worship its tree; Then a health to the Cedar the Evergreen King, Like that Erergreea so shall our Friendship be! The perfume it carries is deeply concealed; Not a breath of rich scent w;ll its branches impart; But bow lasting and pure is the odor revealed In the inmost and deepest recess of its heart! It groweth in might and it lireth right long; And the longer it liveth the nobler the tree; Then a health to the Cedar the true and the strong, Like the Evergreen so shall our Friendship be! It remaineth nnseared in the deluge of light, When the flood of the sun-tide is pouring around; And as firmly and bravely it meeteth the night, Wit...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 16 December 1853

V;'., - ,:- ; - .-. . . ' -, ... i . ' . - ' - Sg?- ' " iiiw mi L 1 nawKwiiin'ii ' kjj n 'laiartif wiim m man v f ) ; t:jj rs. v 1: 0 .7-:.,:; . I!.' J ' XOUDONrTETmESSEEi (DECEMBER 16,-18537 NO. o. : I ! r rrBi.isntco wef.k'v bv k JNO. W. & SAM'l B. O BRIEN". Cy?- oh I'eilttr Street, Hunt nf the Public Square. TERM5: Two D..i.i.ai:s in iwlvance: Two Iot, i.Aks Avn Fiftv Ckn-th in six months; Thiike Uol k.ns ut the expiijitinri of tlie yenr AnvKimssMKXTS inserted nt $1 per snnrtre for the Srt, and 58 cents for each subsequent insertion. TKAIll.V HATES. Profes-iion.il Cards, (fn'e liiler. ).'.'. " " (more tliiin five lines,). Qmrtcr of column.;::.:... ; Half Column........ '. One column Announcing c:unlM:iic. ( in! vn n ce, )........ .ESrAdlre? the l'uhl'whrrs. Pntt-Poiil. $ 5 10 $3 LOUDON : Vriday. t:tt DEC. 16 From the Charleston Courier. T1IU PI!12.SinP.T'S ItlKSSAGC. j Presuleut of th United Slat'.s. READ IN' COXCKESS, TTKSDAT, DEC. CtH, 1831 FcUoic-cilizcni o f iht Senate an...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 16 December 1853

press insurrection.?,and repel invasions was con ferred upon Congress, as means to provide for the common defence, and to protect a territory and population now wide-spread and vastly multiplied. As incidental to and indispensable for the ezercise of this power, it must some times be necessary to construct military roads and protect harbors of refuse. To appropria tions by Congress for such objects, no sound ob jection can be raised. ? Happily for our country, its peaceful policy nd rapidly increasing population impose Upon us no urgent necessity for preparation, and leave but few trackless deserts between assailable points and a patriotic people ever ready and and generally able to protect them. These nce essary links," the enterprise and energy of our people are steadily ana bodily struggling to sup ply. All experience affirms that, wherever pri vate enterprise will avail, it is most wise for the general government to leave to that and indi vidual watchfulness the location and exe...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 16 December 1853

LOUDON: Friday : : Dec .16, 1853 EUtor uLoudon Free Pre:". Dear Sir: Accompanying I send you a Report and approximate estimate, made by Maj. Jas. A. Cor.rtv of Chattauooa, of a railroad i from tlie North Carolina line by way of Kings ton to Danville, Ky. Maj. Corry is a gentle men of vell Vuown ability as &u Engineer, and needs no comwsnJation from me to insure for his statements the credit they are entitled to. The project of connecting South Carolina with Kentucky by a Branch diverging from some poiipY the Rabun Gap Koad, is at this time attnrVJg considerable attention; and in tis much as the aid of the State has been asked for what is called th Knoxville and Charleston Road, the inquiry has naturally arisen, whether the money of the State may not be expended on a better route, and in a manner resulting in benefits more extensive, than those promised by this road. It must be kept in mind, that South Carolina in making her road to Chaitar.ooga taust cross the East Tennessee and...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 16 December 1853

"xiixticitt frff lrfS5. .. - . SORROW OF THE SEA. "Jlwii cnf-re eit the it "f." . .. Jer. xIIjc.23.. jitow npon thcjdear expanse, thou broad, unboun ded main; ,' ... Is tits the reason why we hear thy moaning roice complain "... , " ', . Sorrow. a tenant of the cells, for down beneath thy r: - fcrwist. ' ' ' . :,, Is .this the secret of thy gloom the aource of thine unrest? . ?'. .' v ' ' ' That ceaseless tossing to and fro, alike by night nnd day, ' - : ; Is U the hearing of Hie grief that passetn not away? It well may be, for-' earth has those within whose hearts lie deep The bitter spring of hidden woe that will not let them steep: ' There are. amidst its busy throng, and not a few, o'er whom ,. -i : - Still 1. a T)L! a sadncw like to thine, and haunts them to the tomb; , -And such will ever seek thy shore, as though they found from thee A more than mortal fellowship, than hnman sympa thy! ' ' ' ' But wherefore iwrowest thou,wild fen! who should'st thon hare tophtrre The burden o...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 January 1854

I Ql JilL ItC JeO QL. n; LOUDON,' TENNESSEE,: JANUARY -10, 1854. NO. 7. i&.-i, X i !i I if' ;.' -J At o a 3 Q M'EtlSIIKn WF.KKI.T BT JNO. W..& SAH'L B. 0'3KIE2T. VJice nit V.ilnr Srsct, Knt of ihe FMir Square. TEUM: Two I)m.As in advance: Two Pol -iark a vii Fifty Cknts in ?is months; Turek Dol lars jit the )! raii i ii of the year AnvejiTinr.jiKVT iusertt-d nt t?! per sanare for the first, a i l ill cents f.ir each suhseiuent insertion. V V. A R I. V l:rr.. Profesi. iial Cnrli. (five !i at.) $ 5 more thnn live in 1 On trter of ro'u.iit: ... Utttf i-ohimu .. .. One ""!!i'!in Atinn'iiii-iii j c.intttdfi.va. ( a i v n net, ) X-O-A.Mri'Mi bo l'Mirr, -'nut- fa irt. LO.UDON : Tuesday, t t x tn i JAN. 10. THE "LOUDON;FUEE PRESS," JorlSSl Ilivins assumed the onerous rtnd responsible .duties i pmii re to m crease tl.e circulation ot our n: p -r, as it will hut onlv increase our i-apabiliiicn i u.in imo, out ai tin same tune uive us rea- ua0n rcjiiuner:;iion fcr our laboi--'. To ac- ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 January 1854

r V 'i s faukii fm grass. JOHN W. O'BRIEX EDiToft, LOU DON "WEDNESDAY JAN. tt, IS34. We take pleasure in laying before our headers the official "Opinion" of Wm G. Swax, Esq., Attorney General for tbe State in regard to the $130,009 of State Roads signed by Gov. Johxsox, in favor of the East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad, on account of Iron for the Koad between this place and the Georgia line, This is an able document, and is creditable to the legal attainments of Mr. Swan. He takes the correct view of the matter, and shows con clusively that Gov, Johnson, in signing these Bonds lias executed the act of 1852 in strict aecordatice with its spirit and design. We may advert to this subject again next week. In the meantime we invite all lo read the OIMXIOX OF TIIE ATTORNEY GENERAL. In the matter of the application of the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad Companv for OHds of the State according to the provisions of the act of 1852, ch. 151. The East Tennessee and Georgia' Railroad Co...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 January 1854

LOUDON: Wcdnesday : : : t ; ; ; Jan. n. 18.1. PROSPECTUS OF THE CLEVELAND DISPATCH. We have determined to publish a newspaper in the town of Cleveland with the above title ami have or dered a new Press, new Type and other materials for that purpose. The first number will be issued immediately after the arrival of the Type Ac. This will not interfere with the Lorno! Free Pkess in any way as it will be continued in the tame manner an heretofore. The Dispatch will be published weekly at $2 per nnmim in advance; $2,50 in six month; and $3 at the end of the year. Address J. W. A S. B. O'BRIEN. 5r The annual meeting of the Stockhold ers of the East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad was held in Athens on Monday the 2d inst The proceedings were characterized with great unanimity of sentiment. The old Board of Di rectors were re-elected unanimously, with the exception of Mr. Cowan, who bad expressed a desire to retire from the Board and Mr. Gkaxt, of Bradley was chosen in his place. The Repor...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 January 1854

- r i ) f oittrou free Irrs5. HAPPIXESS. 'Tis not in beauty, this will fade, And ss like morning dews away; 'Tis not in all (he clmnns of fame. Which like the summer flower!" decay. 'Tis not in gold or flittering gems, Which dazi.le like tlie sun's bright beams, 'Tis not in pleasure, this will piisa Like joys of early, .happy dreams. But 'tis in virtnre bright nnd fair, Which joys utifaaing can impart It i." in kindness melting power, That softens dowu the Ftubborn heart. It is in hope, which, like the sun, Makes ea-tu with fairest flowerets bloom; It is in friendship, warm and .true, Which lives the same beyond the tomb. ll is in love, heavenly love, The richest boon to uioiials given; That love which time can never change, 15 i:t constitutes this earth a heaven. AUlllCL'LTUItAL. HOW TO KEEP HARNESS IX ORDER. Observing tho good condition and fine np rcaraiue of the harness of Aid. Baker, jiroprie- - tor of the most extensive livery establishment in Rochester, we retiiiested him to ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 17 January 1854

s 1 VOL. II. loudon, Tennessee; January 17, issij NO.: 8. PUBLISHED WEEKLT BT JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN; OJice on Cerfar Street, Eaut of the PMie Square. TER.MS:Two Dollars in advance: Two Pol Lins Avn FifttCexts in fix months; Three Dol lars at the expiration of the your Advkrtisewkhts inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. yearly itatfs. Professional Cards, (five line-".) $ 5 " " (more than five lines,)..... 10 Quarter of column is Half column. ... n 37 j One column 75 Annonnping candidate, (advance,)....'.'."". $3 Jfi-hMreup the Publish prs, Pott-Paid LOUDON: TUESDAY, :JAN. 17. TilL "LUUDCTN FliEE PRESS" For 1854. Having assumed the onerous and responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our pnper, as it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish this desirable end, we hare determi...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 17 January 1854

JOnN W. CBRTENEdttor. LOUDON "WEDNESDAY JAN.' 13, 1854. The Mails. Rev. David Morgan, Writing tfrom Friendsville, in Blount county, enclosing one years' subscription-to he " Free! Press fora iifriend of his, says: "Your subscription list at this officers "now .quite handsome, -arid yoar papcf fuliy vorthy of ipatronage. But can you not do something to j insure the regular arrival of -your 'handsome and interesting paper. T thrak the people of Friends--yille deserve it, as you have not perhaps, a lar ger list at any office in this county." 'We assure our friends xf rfriendsville, that we wflr-do all in our power- to remedy the evil t of whibb they complain. We do not know of ADy'tbing that we can do more than we have done,-untKl the new Stage line between ihis jplace ardd Maryville goes into operation, which wlll W in few months. We will then be able, also,ito-epply all who live along the;lne,with our ; paper regnlarly on the day of publication. rgQf There will be a grand celebration...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 17 January 1854

LOUDON: Wednesday Jau. 18, 1&3 1. Smith O'Biuejj. It was mentioned 'hi 'the ' news by the Africa, that this distinguished ' pat riot had escaped from Van Dietn'an's Island. The following is the announcement communi cated to the Dublin papers: REPORTER AKO ViXDICATpR OrFIC.fi, Limerick, December, 15, 1853, 7 p. ni. J "We have just been handed a letter from a highly respectable Irishman resident in Mel ' bourne, giving full details of the escape of Smith O'Brien from the penal exile to which the British government doomed him, and from which he J has bee n jeTeased by the courage and fidelity of " a few Irish friends in the colony, "and the sym- pathizing aid of the commander of an American . trading vessel, which was in the offing to take ' him to the free shores of. Columbia. There is 'ho doubt whatever of the fact; and we need not state that we feel considerable pleasure in be ing the first medium of announcing it. The writer of this letter was one of those who assis ted Smith O...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 17 January 1854

Uns Bagatelle. JVw tt MSS 0 A late Dr. tfarney. ECHO AMD TEE LOVER. Loter. Echol mysterious nymph, declare Of what you're made and what you are. Echo. Air! Loter. Mid airy cliff and places high, Sweet Echo! listening, love, you lie Echo. You lie! Loter. Thou dost resusitate dead sounds Hark how my voice revives, resounds! Echo. Zounds? Lover. I'll question thee before I go Come, answer me more apropos! Echo. r6h!pohl Loter. Tll me, fair nymph, if e're you saw So sweet a girl as Phoebe Shaw? Echo. Pshaw! Lover. Say what will turn that frisking coney Into the toils o Matrimony? Echo. Money. . Lover. Has Phoebe not a heavenly brow? Is it not white as pearl as snow? Echo. Ass! no! Lover. Her eyes! Was never such a pair? Are the stars brighter than they are? Echo. They are! Lover. Echo, thou liest, but can't deceive me; Her eyes eclipse the stars, believe me Echo. Leave me! Lover. But come, thou saucy pert romancer, Who is as fair as Phoebe, answer? Echo. Ann sir! AGRICULTURAL. Small Far...

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