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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 May 1846

T have sworn upon tho Alter of God, otonial hostrttty to evory form of Tyranny ovor the Mind of Man." Thomas Joflergon Volume X. ULOOMSI5UB.Gr, COLUMBIA COL NTS', PA. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1846. Number G. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. oi'i'osu'E St. Paul's Ciiukcii, Main-st U'iiiJrlJLiiO : The COLUMBIA DEMOClUlTwillbc jnibHslir.il evert Saturday morning, at Tiro DOlJ.'dRSper annum payable huff yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Ccn(s,if not paid within the year. iVb subscription will be taken for a shorter period than nix months; nor any discon linuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. Jli) VER Tl SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccinserlions, awl Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. tiZ7A liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year I.IYVTEUS addressed on business, tnuat be post paid. I'm in lltcNomstowiiKcgictct cr.dDernocrnt. THE DREAM. DV 5IR3. LYD1A JAN P. IE1KS0N. 'You havo often linnr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 May 1846

w?v!2!2z2!i2SS2 being sbol in (ho head will) 3-lb ball. 1: KUM TilK Sdi-Al ui v lie was carried lo the hospital, when The New Orlrans Delia of Iho 13ih i n st. , says; On the 1st instant, the main hotly of the army of occupa'ion 'marched from its camp on the Rio Grande, leaving o garrison in the field wink opposite Mai moras, the 7lh Iitgimenl of Infantry, nwljtwo companies of itillcry, com manded by dpi. Loud nntl Lieutenan' Hragg, Iho whole commanded by M j Urown of the Infantry. Although i: is believed that some 1200 to 1500 shot were fired by the en emy during the poriod,but one casually occured, a sergeant of company U, ol 7th Regiment of Infantry, having been lulled. Not ono of our guns were dis mounted, though the enemy's fire war for some timo concentrated on the IS pound battery, and (he shot frequently struck the' embrasures. J2 five o'clock on the morning of the 4th, the firing was commenced by the enemy and continued for t welve or fif- 'teen minutes,md kept up at long i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 May 1846

"TIlUTil W1T110CT FEAU ' saTUitu.iv, .ii.iv ao, isio. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM H. FOSTER. OUR MERCHANTS. Several Canal Boats liavo arrived tlit pint week from Philadelphia, and brouglii in our Merchants an ituuaunlly largo supply of goods, and by reference to our coin ma it will lie soon that they liavo taken tho right method to dispose of thorn rapidly Adver tised. Business in Blooinsburg was never mora brisk tlniti now, and wa advice all who arc in want of merchandise to come In ,lne pl.ire as licit) they will find them cheap ami a roam sale tor nil tlieir produce, at high price. THE COURT HOUSE. On Thursday hint, Mr. Mears broke ground for the foundation of the Courtllouse and we learn from him, that it is his iuten lion V) push tne'building forward to eoinplo lion as lasi as po!iniu, MEXICAN WAR. We liavo devoted a large portion of out i...:i ..r .i. f ,i.a . my of Occupation, ar.d it will be seen thai General Taylor has gained a glorious victo ry ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 May 1846

THE GARLA3TD IfiM iivcclcst fluwers enrkh'tl, 'From various gardcnt cuWd viith tart." FA U LLCS FOR THE LADIES. TYie great danger of Delay' Whrrcin an early not a hasty marriage is recommen ded. Many a lady would liavo married ome favorite, but for a Hiding accident. She is so long making up her mind, that lie dk, Aftcrwarwds she is cruel to herself; for( fcarine the old legend, that those who aro unmarried here, must lead apes below; and having an objection to this, she, lilts iho heroine of our story, leads a baboon above; THE AriM.E TREE. In olden times, when brutes and trees Could talk wild dignity anil ease, A beauteous apple tree, in bloom Enriched the zepyrs with perfume. The lordly elephsnt the breed Of thu royal lions stag and sleod, Address to her their humble suit To be the guardian of her fiuitj Ilcgs'd that alio'd drop one leaf, to show Which was her favorite below. Shetliankod them for thoir generous caro, Hut I'was too early to declare, She knew them all for brutes of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 June 1846

4w i Imvo a worn upon tho Alter of God, eternal hosittWy to ovory forji of Tyranny over tho 511ml of SIaii." Thotmi JoUVson II. WEBB, EDITOR AMDPROPRIETOIL Volume B,OOMS23URO, (JOINT SATURDAY, JITXE G, ISdQ. v. OFl'ICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. ori'jirri: Sr. Paul's Oituitcii, Main-st 77ie TO UMIUJ1 DEMOCRAT udll be pn'ilhlir l rveni Saturday morning, at 'J'iI'O DODDAiS per annum mumble Iviif yearly in advance, or Two Dollars ! ( cuts, it not paid within Ihr. ieai jVo I'tlmrription will be. tukcjifor n shorter pn,:hl thun vii'rfiitttin; nnr (i.updLcon li i-ainrc. pennitled,unlil ull arrearages are dixi-haranl. Jilt I UK TISIlMEiXS not exceeding a S''i'ire null lie conspicuously inserted at Uap Dollar for the first three insertions, a 1 1 Twrnfy-Jive, cents for every snbse a if nl nsirtion. CF"A liberal diseoun inn h lo ffioie. who advertise by the year l.h I 1 if'N addressed on business, must he post paid. NEWSPAPERS. No man is will. ugly without a nows pippr. Cowpcr desctibe it as: fjl,o of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 June 1846

xTf ilv furnished by the squadron on Us arrival, require t ipec4 acknowleuMemsnl to Commoiore Ooiimr and Commander Mercer of iho Navy. 'Hie army is deeply grateful for this support nml co-operation from a -kindred branch of the public scr vice. J5y orJcr of Brigadier Gen. Taylor. V. V. J. Iluss, Acting Adj't Gen. Head Quarters Jinny of Occupation. I'oint Isabel, Texas, May 12, 1810. Special Orders No. 02. 1. General la Vcgi nml the other Mex ican ofiiccrs, prisoners of war, will bo con ducted to New Orleans under charge of Lieutenant J. S. Reynolds, 1th artillery who will report on his arrival to Major General Gaines for further instruction. The qnnr fermnf tor's department will furnish a steam er for tho transportation of the party. 2. As many of tho sick and wounded now at this place as may beimlicated by stir- 111 Im sent in suitablo trans pott to St. Joseph's Island. Assistant Surgeon Byrno will accompany the detachment, and will return with tht pnn vAtesccnts that may be in con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 June 1846

2 ' iUte of R'ipvl lo Ctpla'm J.yi May m a nalivo of Washington, (J nml oinc of our citizens from ilia r.ci ym prlty rauo 1 .1 subsriplion , nnd ,,hascd for llicn country niBii a sword and I . which was despatched to him last til. The svord has ho following in iriplion upon its Presented to Captain l.ailiH ilay, of the Second Regiment oi . . i i ii ... !.: United Slates Wragoons, uy nis iciiow em us of New Orleans from tho District oi altimbia, as a token of their eenso of his illantry displajcd in llio hattlo with the Vi ! M I. 1 Q 1ft ' JlL'XIUail IDICUS, Olily Ulll miu. IlinggoUl's Successor. Tho Halt A ciicau says After the fall of tho gallant Major Rring !d in the recent halllle on the Rio Grandr e command of his company devolved up . I I f ! - .. . M 1 1. aiintlicr .Maty lanucr iiiciu iianuupi' j;,' irey son of On II of EUrulno letters L.h tho Army speaks in llio highostlcims :i,f ihc gaant manner in which Lioui 11 took tnuery itun aelinn He was ordered to 1 ,ti front and wno ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 June 1846

Til K G All LAND' errors jnwL J The subjeriber offers for n-ilc his ' U7M suvetcst flvwrrt enriek'd. '.From various gardens cull'd with care" gpfL MOUSE & MSB JLOT. run yoou acstd tug iton. iiv JAJics hussel townix. Tho rich man' son Inherits lands. .tfnd piles of brink, and alone and gold, And inherits eoft while hand. And lender flesh that fears llie cold, A7or dares to wear a garment old A heritage; i seems to met Ono would not caro to hold in fee. Tho rich man' son inherits cares, Tho bank may break, the factory burn, Same breath may burst his bubble shares, Ami soft, whilo hands would scarce earn, A living (hat would puii Ins -turn; A heritage, it seems lo me Ono would not care to hold in,feo. "What docs the poor man's son inherit! Stout Muscles and a sinewy heart, A hardy frame, n hardier spirit! Kini; of two ireful toil ami art, A heritage, it sscms to nic, A king- inight wish to hold in fee "What does a poor man's son inherit! A patience learnod by being poor, Courage, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 June 1846

l:- 1 ' "S:-y 'Vr . "T y W S. X" T:' 1 have sworn upon tho Alter of God, etornal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mam" Thomis Joflurson ft WEBB, EDITOJrTaND PROPRIETOR. " " ' Volume X. IZL.009ISBUKG, COLUMBIA CJOtlVTV, 1A. SAT PR DAT, .TUMJG 13, 1S4C." xmhcr 8, " ' " ' 1 - ii .. , ... - - - - -- ... - . . . WMIWMWIWMaaMSwiM OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. opi'ositk Sr. Paul's Church, Main-st TEL!MS : The COL UMliUl DEMOCRAT will bt published even Saturday morning, al TITO DOI.UlUSpcr annum payablt half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents,! not paid irithin the year (Vo subscription will be taken for a shorter period tiian six months; nor any aiscon tiuuance permitted, until all arrearages are uisriiargt.it. JlD VF.ll Tl SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inscrtc.dat One Dollar for the first three insert iom, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. cyJl liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the near l.F.TTK US addressed on bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 June 1846

MEXICAN WAR. From tin New Orlcaiw Delia. FROM THE SEAT OF WAR The stoamship Telegraph is just in. By the following synopsis oflatrsl news from the soul of war, it will bo seen that Ihe Rubicon, or Rio Grande, Ins been crossed by tho advance division of our callanl army, and that 1 ho enemy fled before thorn, leaving their towns and forts, and permitting tbam to fall into the possession of ihe American ar my without a defensive shot. Tho glorious and well fought battles of Ihe Sih and Oil) have struck terror in to the enemy, and decided, it would ap pear, tho fate of the campaign. This is r.ot what our brave soldiers wanted. They would liko to meet foemcn wor thy of their steel not playthings f rMn ihe Gnlvccton News fixUa. May 21- Matamoiias Taken! I ho steam ship Telegraph has just arrived from Point Isabel. Through Ihe politeness of hor obliging clerk we havo been fur nished wi h tho following information: lie reports that on the 17th instant a detachment ot 300 regulars and 350 v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 June 1846

LAST NOTICE. A I,ti persons knowing themselves indebted to thoJSslaie of JAC01I I'AHH, deceased late 01 .Madison Township, ore hereby notified Hint un less their Bcconiils ore settled beforo tlio 15th inst they will he placed in tlio hands of a Justico foi collection, and all persons having claims nro ic quested to present thorn immediately, as wo ate noxious, to have tlio business rlosscd, ' ELIZAUEI'JI rAKK.ldriiinislrntrix, WASHINGTON I'AKl!, Administrator. TT OST btewcon Caltawissa and Jcrsoytown, on J,J tho 7lh of Juno inst, a P 0 0 14 E T 1100 K. containing nineteen dollars in bank notes two fives, one of them on tlio West I) much, and tho other on tho Susquehanna Uank.tho remainder in Hinull notes with emnu orders in it, in which my name is mciitionod, nnd tho nnme nf Henry llusscl written in the book. Any person who will make known to tho Editor of the Columbia Demo crat whero it may bo had, shall receive tlio above re ward. HENRY FOX. June 13 181G. In pursuance of anOrdcrnf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 June 1846

THE OABLAjfD' tl ilk nuttiest flower enrich' J, From variiiui giirtlens cull'd with care." TfOm tlio Oftily tilohc. SONG OF THE VOLUNTEEBS. TuXE'Oirf Awl Tucker.' Tho Mexicans are on our mil, In war lliov wish us lo cnibtoil' -They've tried llieir bel and worst to vex us it v muruenurr our urave men m nai Chorus We're on our way to UioGiande, On our way to Km tSranaw, On our wiy to Bio Grande, And with arms they'll find us bandy. Wo are llio boys who feor no noise, We'll leavo behind us all our joys To punish those half savage scamps, Who've slain our brclheren in their camps, Chorui We'ie on our way loMaiamoraB, On our way lo MaUmoras, Oil our waj lo .Maiamoras, And we'll 'drive all before us. They've slaugheredl'otter.Kano nndOroBS Ahsl deeply w deplore their loss Those bloody deeds we'll make them roe And pay them off for old and new! We're on our way to Matamoras,fcc. WVil croi.6 the famous Rio'Grnde.j Ennagv the villains hand lo hand, And punieh them for all their sins By strip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 June 1846

I have r.worn upon the AUor of God, otornnl hostility to evory form o3Tyranny over tho Mind of Mau." Thomas Jetlergon H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. BLOOBISBUKG, COLUMBIA tJOtNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, IS46. Volume X.. IVtiinhcr 9. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. orriMiTii St. Paul's Cauncii, Main-st T2?kMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published evert Saturday morning, al TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half icarh in advance, or Two Dollars tijitj ucnis,ij nui pum iviimii "".J""' .iVo subscription will be taken for a shorter neriod than six months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmittcdfUnlil all arrearages are. discharged. AD VERTI SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for llie jirsi uirccinscrnuns Twcnt'ii-livc cents for every sttbsc nur.nt nscr'tion. SC7i liberal discoun made to those who advertise bytheyeur LETTERS addressed on business,musi be post paid. MKXICAtf WAS. Til 12 BATTLES ON the "io GRANDE. The following minuto tuul graphic ac count of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 June 1846

flying ilie cill of the 2'Gih of April I well k new that i the Mexican? foiiKhl us at nil it would be bcfiife-tlie arrival of - the "volun tcors. It nas for thc putpoae of clearing the river-ami performing tich further scr vice as ilie government might direct that J Ihoughlit proper to ask for reinforce ments. ill is extremlv lioiibiftil whelhct the fuu regiments from Texas can be raised anil shall desire llio Governor who is expected here to suspend the call for lhm. iVoni of tho mounted companies except 'Captain Price's already in service have reported to mr. I fear that the volunteers have exhausted the supply of tents deposited In Now Or leans for the use of this armv. We are greatly in want of them; and I must re quest that immodialo measures be taken to 6end direct to Brazos Santiago, say 1000 tents, for the use of the army in the field 1 he tents of the 7ih Infantry were cut up 'to m ike sand bags during ihe. recent bom bardmcnl of Fort Blown, I am, sir, very respectfully, yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 June 1846

"Tncm without rr.Aii " 8lTUKlK1 Jt.V7: 20, 1810 1 t-aailrrrra M . -t DBMOOIIA'pio omi I'd" u iwu CAML COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM n. FOSTER, jr. OREGON. The arcounts from Washington, aro, that thr Drilish Afinislcr has made n proposition to our government to settle this question on tho basts of the 40th, and that tho President had sent llio prop osition to llio Sonatc for advico tho Senate had ndvisrd to Its acceptance by a vote of 38 to 12 that n treaty lias been mado upon that basis and is now before the .Scnato Tor its ratification. Tho oircspondctit of tbn Public Ledger, in speaking upon tho subject says The proposition submitted to the Senate did not consist of gonoral head merely for an arrangement, bill is in t (Ted llio full draft of proposed conven tions which draft wss assented to by iho Senate without alteration. The ireatv to be sent in will be cunformn bly thereto fixing the 49th pariallel as iho boundary tiulwcen the territories ol the two countries, from the point of that p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 June 1846

THE Q A It LAN D- ' With sweetest fLwirt tnrich'd, From various gardens cull'tt with tart' T HE EDI T 0 It . Tltal Editor who wills to please Must humbly craw! upon his knees, And kiss the hand that beats him, Or if he daro attempt to walk, Must lue the mark that others chalk And cringe to all that meets him, Syt ono, your subjects are too grave Too much mortality you have Too much about religion; Give mo somo wile It ot wizard talcs, With slin-shod iho'ats.witl. fins and sc"ales, Or feathers like a pigeon. I lovo to read another cries, Those monstrous fashionable lies In other words those novels Composed of kings and queens and lords, Of border wars and golhic hordes, That used lo lire id hovels, No no. cries one we've had enough Of stlch confounded lova sick stuff To craze the fair creation Give us some recent foreign news. Of Russians Tuika ijie Greeks and Jews. Or any other nation. The man of drilled echolmlio lore, Would like lo sea a little mora In scraps of (.1 reeks an Latin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1846

I havo rnvnrn upon the Altor of God, otornal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume X. HLOOMSBUUG, COLUMBIA. COLjVTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 184G. Number lO. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. Soum sidi: or Main, a fi:w dooks nn low MAnKr.T-sritr.CT. TE?MS : The COLUMDIJl DEMOCRAT willhe published even Suturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payubh half yearly in advance, or Two Hollars Lfl.. fn.iln i .mill tnliltftt tlli lirttt 1V0 subscription will be taken for a shorter veriod than nix months: nor any discon tinuance pcrmittcdfUntil all arrearages arc disc.harstd. AD VER T I SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar jor the Jirst tiirccinscriions fin Tmentu-five. cents for everu subsc ijiient nser'tion. CT"Ji liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,must he post paid. THE MARINER'S LA. MP. A TALE OF SCIO. In one of llioso Utile bays, or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1846

'troth wrrnocT tun S.1TVRUAV, JTCA'Jl IT, 5I0 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR VANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM B. FOSTER, jr. Rumovnl. The Office of the 'Columbia. Dbmocrjlt' has been Removed into the new Brick Building, South side of Main-street, a few doors below Market. V. B.PALME R. Em.i'j avthofited to net at Agent for the 'Colombia Dxmiiuuat,' and re ceipt all monies for Subscription and Advertise tng at fits Agencies in Philadelphia N. 60 Pint-street. Keu) Yurls " 160 h'assau-ttrcet, Boston " 10 State-street. Baltimore S. E. cor. Bait, and Calvert-sts, Merchants-Mechanics and Tradesmen may find. it to their advantage to advvrtise in this paper, as it is the only one publisieu at the county syiat, and has a greater circulation in the county tlian any other paper published within its limits. 4.ih OF JULY AT ORiNGEVILLE. By tlio proceedings of a meeting that we published last week, it will be seen that ar rangements are making for a splendid cele bration on the 4th of July ot Orangeville. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1846

THE PAYMENT OF THE STATE INTEREST. PUBLIC SALE. IN pursuanco of an crdcr of the Orphan's Court of Columbia county, on Thursday the 3h duy of August The press throughout the Slate, ir respeciivo of pirty, tmo Uicen (ins im. por.au, ma.ierin hand, .n.l seemdoler- X mined to make a ilisiuiercBted cflurl to ion townslilp in said coun y deceased, will expose . .,. iu. ,,lii nf ihr Common ( by I'ubllc Vendue upon the primise.i.a ccr prcservo the credit ol the common ttil XifACr !' IANO bituuicd in saiJ uwn. Wealth. For our OWIl part We ha Ve ship, T miles from lllocimsburg the county seat mid never ceased ,n l.bor in this goo.l work 7 mlfro.n and will continue to do so unlil the end .v,rni I attained tor hope dies ou, in disappoint. flB AGIBIB3 D MS(SI3IS i airici inuHBuiu. ALSO A certain Mcstuaiic and Ttacl lljand adjoining the above containing mcnt. We believe that great interests arc.in volvcd in this measure, and thn people will suffer moral'y and pecuniary if we relapse into discredi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 June 1846

THE GAKIiAN D With twectest flotven tnrich'd, 'l'ttim various gardens cull'dtuith care' THE FLAG OF THE UNION. BY MRS, 1 L. SCIIEItMERIJOnN. Oh.' rend it not still lot it wove, That stat-(jemcd flag, o'er and and sea, Tlio cherished signal of the brave, The glorious banner of the free, Still Id its eaglo soar ott high, lis stripes still fresh, its stars still bright No tempest in the smiling sky, No gathering cloud to qncnro their light, O.i! plant it on each glorious spot, Unfurl it wide, but rend it nol There comes a voice from every plain . From every mount of 6rife and g!ory Whete valor's blood has left a slain, Or history found a themn foi story; From Ounkor Hill from Bennington, From glorious York tho cry is heaid: From vale to mount the sounds rolls on, nd ocn the ocean depths art stirred. From every fnme-romenibcred spot Tho ciy is hoard OM ror.d it not. Oh! by the chief whoso awful forms Are bending from the starry sky, Who bore tlirt flag thro' war's wild storms Anil proud...

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