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Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862

TO TUB PUBLIC

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

Tbe Parson on his Travels. Parson BrawnloW reached Philadelphia last week, where he met with a fitting reception from the city authorities. He made short speeches at the different points along the route, and was everywhere received with the wildest enthusiasm. At Harrisburg he made the following characteristic speech from the cars: '. ' \ " & My FELtow CmzBNa>--When Grovernor Piirtin intrndnced mp6*Parsnn Hrownlnw. he should have said tbiml am what is left of Parson Brown low. ' 2 he Secessionists of my State had very nearly done with me when they despatched me into , wSat they called "LincolnVKingdom." But I am not dead yet, and intend to go back to the Lord's town of Knoxville, E. Tennessee,with a new press" —they-4tave—torn-mtne~ttp^^-and pcrmr~faot shot into themes I have always done. I want to-go back with a cocked hat, on horseback, ' and waving a sword, as soon as the Northern troops under Gen.* Fremont have advanced into my country, and point out the trait...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

Ariedddte of Washirigtoa Many years agd in a desolate little cabin in the suburbs of Philadelp&aj safe a lonely widow surrounded by her fatherless" children. Her husband had fallen in the battles of his country, butsiuee then she had earned a scanty subsistence by her own hinds without being burdensome to any • one, and her little ones, though but poorly fed and, clothed, had never felt that, bitterest ifjgfedient of poverty—alms seeking from the public. But recently sickness" had laid its heavy hand upon her, tod stern want" and starvation, almost, had followed closely in its footsteps. Yet did ^ sjot her faith fail. She . repeated the words that often bofore had cheered her sad heart: "Leave the fatherlesa-ehildren and I will^preserve-flienraKveT" "I have been young, and am\ now old, yet never saw I the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread;" and her heart rose in humble yet firm reliance upon their diviue Author. ~ • Asher children bad eaten nothing all...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

MISCELLANY SKETCH Of GEN. SHIELDS A . ctin,g Major General James Shields |3 a native uf the county of Tyrone, in Ireland, where he Was horn in the year 1810. lie is consequently 3 bout 52 years of age. He first came to this country in the year 1826, being then only 1G years of age. In 1832 he went West, and settled in Kaskaskia, one 0/ the oldest villages of Illinois, where he devoted his energies to the study and practice of the law. He was soon after elected to the State legislature, and in 1835) was made State Auditor. Four years later he was appointed Jud^c. of t|ia Supreme. Court, and in 1845 having received from Pqjp ident Polk the appointment of CotunuBsioner of the General Land Officer-he removed to Washington.— Upon the breaking out of-the Mexican warder ing the 'following year, the same President with rare discrimination and appreciation of character, appointed Mr. Shields a Brigadier General of United States Volunteers.— His commission was dated July 1, %SiQ. He...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

"Presently. " M Never say you will do presently. wbj^H reason or conscience tell you should ;^^| now. No man ev«r shaped his own ' <j^^ or the destiny of others, , wisely a n^^ who dealt much in pvescntlies., Loc^^H ture; she never postpones. .When *^^H arrives for the budfl to open, they <>^^H the loaves to fajl, thev fcjl^Look ^^^B the shining worlds never putoff ffi el^^H or their settings. The comets ' cvcnV^^H as they are, 4ceep their appointtivent3, T^^B clipses arc always punctual to the min^^H There, are no delays in any of the movc^^ of the universo which have been • proc« mined by . the absolute fiat^>f. the CreajtoS among ~ "g volve tho destruction of innumerable fl terns; procrastination - in the. .operations nature, on-this earth might result.in. fanfl pegtiletjce^ and"ffie Wottingf'but of ¦ the H man race. Man;-however,', being: a freH gent, can postpone the performance. q£9 duty-rand he does so, frequently, to his I tlostrnotion. ¦ The dr...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

A Sunset. I stood upon the summit of a lofty mountain. It was indeed a glorious, view from that mountain top. Before me I beheld forests and torrents, fields white with the ripening grain, majestic rivers, Snow-capped peaks,, and far away in the mazy distance I saw the foam of a mighty ocean. It was a scone which it is impossible to describp. So glorious was the sight that for a moment I stood almost transfixed by its dazzling splendor. I had often gazed on that broad panorama before, but never had its beauties so deeply impressed me. Each object in the ir WHO!" £ r 'WM pi«r.mv» nn. ftq ^ n n celestial brightness. The sun was low in heaven, and it appeared as if at the close of his daily journey he was ' more brilliant than cror before. «Each ray of light that procoeded from the expiring luminary was like a beam of gold; the whole firmament was crimson with the reflection of his glory.— Oh, in the hushed stillness that pervaded the atmosphere, how solemn were the thoughts that a...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

that L might meet with her where we couiU enjoy a sweet cntcrchango of sentiment.— Her glances 'continued—several times "our eyc3 rn'ct. My hc'nrt rtchctl with rapture':^—At length the bfineJicfioft was pronounced, rlingered about the premises until. I¦ saw the dark-cyed-damsel sot out.fot home alona on fiiot. . .' -0 that the-customs of"si>ctSty wou'fl permit'me: for we are i Sufolyr6te ;iu soitH Cruel formality, that'throws ;tip ¦ a barrier between hearts thsitiiromade,for.eneli other!' ? Yet-I fallowed ufter.^hcr. ,.Sho looked behind, nnd I thought she evinced a notion of rccognizing-mo-as-th:o^stranger ~ of~ the day. .1 quickened my pace; and"she ac-" triallv slackctred hers;as if to 'le>''jno J couio «Pj ¦ ¦with- heft - - - ¦ ¦ ' -\, ..a,;-. - .;. s.. "Noble yonng ereniiire/'- thought L~ "Hcrartless and warm heart'is ^ijp^rtir to the?shackles of custom ! '"-' • ' ¦ '-*• ¦ ' - : I at length came ' wifhin ft stone's thrSvt of 6fhef. - She suddenly- haltel and tu...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

T8 THE SECESSION 8MPATI11ZEB NO THANKS TO ToTT. ' 'Twill he thanks'to yo«i, good lir! - 'Twill be no thnnks to you, ' ¦ When our troops come marching home from wai The Red, the White, the Blue, Still floating o'er them like a cloud " Of glory, m they come: * While ^nation's bleMings, long and loud, Shall «hout their welcome home! Ob! then,'1 will be no thanks to you! You frowned npon their toil! At best, 'twas folly in your view—. Until > >u saw the spoil. You signed and looked amazing wise ¦ ' At Justice's long delay; And talked about a "compromise" To keep the hounds at bay. Oh! yes,'twill be no th^nSs to you!- You never spoke one word Where heart and band and all were due, That I have ever heard—One cheering word of sympathy, ' One pntrinti" prayer—One word of faith ami hope, to be A churm against despair. Yet you shall reap what they have sowed A country shall tie yours; For heroes' blood in streams that flowed,' A richness that endured. Go, ent the fit, nn...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

In thetTcnn find a sweet relief; The rich the poor, the young and old, Alike are fain to seek thy fold. ' Husliagil of sleep, nnd downy chain ThaVlinks dull night with joyoua day That bears us through the gloomy reign XSt midnight to the sun's bright sway-And makes the dark and dreary hour* The sweetest in this life of our's This world—this noisy world—hath still A halm for its distractions here—A quiet spot, wheron,at will. We rest the burden* that we bear, ' s And calm O ur feelings, harsh and rude, |» ihee, 84)11 twin of Solitudi! Knit to the^onlid things day—Dusted in the fleeting phantoms—here Crouching for wealth, like beasts of prey Submitting to the great roan's sneer-— There, following objects low and vaini W'Hh eujger, aeltish, groveling aim;— . O God! how truly cursed my life. How alij.-ct, wretchcil wuulj it be, (I this heartwith'-ring scdne of strife Were l>ut to last coiuinuaUyl—If nought of fest—of qui at nought—Were mingled with the bitter draught! Jiy b...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

i o p ; L I il B 5 ^ J love to ran in, when twilight grey, Steals on the bju.-h . ing west, And beml my so(if,iry way, Where life's warn pilgrim,; rest. The stillness of thi» grassy mount}, The quiet of the tlead, The frail nicnie: too? scattered round, With gulhir.ng moss o't-rapread. - All tell of ended cares »n<! p.iin — (If calm an>l peaceful rest, All tell that sorrow hntli no reign Within the slumbcrers.breast. They tell of beaute'U/* realms of jiesci Ti> ransomeil (spirits given, Wher« fongs of gladness never ceass To uWell the jnys of heaven.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

^^5» ^^^ P JtjJ^j^^J^ ^^¦7j^E^^hmJI TO BY BED Biru'J tenement on which »te spent The Jatk and silent hours of time; Who many a time and oft has lent Rrpose to this sick heart of mine: Accept the tribute of my lays)—A poel'« only gift « praise. To thy soil breatt fatigue may Ay, And sie#fc*3, ennui, and grief, And ochiiiff head, anil drowy/^eje,—

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

4M iie» Z>tafA.—We i^jfi} ' .|tom the'Mdc^n i^^:^ttWeir^l5c|ii' J^wu&oF the 24lh inst, tint C.eo. F. C*vri, Esq., dioi vor^ suddenly at his residence in Silver Spring township, that tourity, on Wednesday, last., tie was seated at the dinner table, eating, when his wife m# him tremble and drop his head upon his breast... Site .went to his assistance, and lait! him down, and in ten minutes he breathed hia Uw^ without a struggle. Mr. O. had been a resident of this place some years ago, and Was. well and favorably known to most of our QUizaua; The deceased was the father of ftev:1jeo. F. Cain * and was in about the 70th year of his age.—Dispatch. B^-The three Cabinet Officers last Administration, who, ia its cloaiug.hours, displayed a eealous attachment to the country are now all, at the request of Mr. Lincoln, filling high and responsible station^- Mr. Stauuton is Secretary of War; Mr. Holt is one of the commissioners appointed to examine war claims against the Gover...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

i ;', ' "" ¦ ,, ' •¦« " - , " / ' [cbiiiWSicATitn. fiebelSympatltJr«idSy*tip*tliiae« ;;;. Out m> *\»ihi!it~*H*tn&kx(iKi { ' j -vg ; Human syniputM . ii at beat Ve^ triiisUBt and evaueaueat. Jbutell Jrtttir beat friend your troubles and sorrows,—Ae can afford you the ' consolation of philosophy derived from experiences, which will amount usually to this ; your vexations are tho common lot of humanity; therefore consider that your neighbor is not a wit happier than you are: then he Walks off. fchistliugl How much his words have relieved you, depends upon yuur temperament/ if yon are given to reflection you will fiooii conclude , that worth are but/euVcs;—-if you are imaginative and tickle, you may feel.gieatly relieved. 1 observe that the lie bet leaders have been brought tu reflect upon the value of human sympathy;( having penetratively soarebed the great nations of the earth, and used every means to elicit their sympathy, even holding forth inducements of futu...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

jerCo t. SttiWidtt, of ihl' .jai^^ enth Penasylvank Kesiinejlt, wjtitw a very thrilling letter fn>m whicil ire ttMi the following extract. It will be recollected that the SeVenty^eventh was the only PennsylvaoiaregiBanteu^ lgedift the battle of Pittaburg Landing! . -. ' - . "McCook 'n division, to whieh #« belong, stood the bruntof the heavy fighting all day; and nobly did every maa ia the division sustain himself. I will «ay fur the men of the Seventy .seventh that they fought like tigers. We have some men wounded, not many; two I think mortally. None of the officers ' of the Seventy .seventh were killed or wounded, and none of the men from Chambereburg, bo far as I now kuow, injured, though many made narrow escapes. Our brigade lost some fifty in killed, aud, perhaps, two hundred and fitWwounded. All our colonels killed except mtystlf. I am now in command of the brigade." Again he says: "We have not seen a tent for eight days—marched in the rain, laid in the water, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

VILLAGE RECORD. TO'A-s'sraiaxioxtO ; Friday, Way «, IStttt. Forrrtr tout that «t»m)«ril thttt I - Where l.rcnthen the fuc but fall* tofero a; With Freedom' * noil twiurtlh out fcrt, . A till Pntilmit'a danm* dreaming o'er urf Spring Et€ctitm. —A.n election for Burgess, Counoilmeu and Hig h Constable will be held in thin place, on Tuesday uext, between the hoars of 1 and 6 o ' clock. * • ;- s. _ . +.m»- ¦ Important Notice.—We call the attention of Tax-payere to the notice of the County Treasurer in another column; He will meet the tax-payers of Quincy Township to-day, and those of this Township to-morrow uud on—Mondajj-for-ihe—purpose—of—receiving their State and County taxes for the year 1»62. " . • Weil to Remember.—Every person]* to 'whom letters testamentary or letters, of administration hove been grauted by the Begiater, are required by law to advertise, or give notice of the same to the creditors of the deceased, in the paper at, ok neabest TO, the place of the late r...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

veu- twre. s—; Gens. Hallcrk, Bucll, and Grant, hare moved their headquarters uear thfe front of our lines, personally superintending all tho details attending the advance of. the whole force, orders for which wore hourly expected. Gen> Pope ' s division' advanced four mMes on Sunday, and is now eucamj ed in sight of the enemy ' s camp fires. The rebel deserters who came in on Saturday say they had heard niinow of the fall of New Orleaus, which were, however, ' contradicted. The " pickets occasionally exchange shots, A later arrival to-night reports that our whole army is moving forward slowly. ' Contrabands will/loscrteM, coining within our iinoit, repeat the pvevioiu statement* about Corinth boing ovjcustM, .-1 Historical Evnt-^Visit af the President to a French JVW Vt:s.vit Washisoton, Apr, 27, * 1862. . The . President's visit to tho French frigate (riissemli, yesterday, ' was an, event of histor* icnl importance; It was tho first time a P-rep* ident ever went on boar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

FULL CONFIRMATION I Desperate Aaval Engagement at Fort Jackson. one rre«FL sunk > sevkkai* mxiosn Chicago, Apr. 29.—The following despatch has been received by the Times, of this city, from Fort Wriglit, datod the 28th inst: From deserters, T learn, that New Orle.-ins is now in the quiet possession of Captain Porter. The Federal fleet passed Fort Jack.son on Thursday after a desperate naval engagement, in which one vessel was sunk and several badly damaged. It was supposed by the rebels that the Federal loss is very'heavy. The rebel loss was tfa killed anil 184 wounded. ' The engagement lasted a part of two days. The United .Stiites forces took possession of the city without a struggle on Friday, the rebel force having .evacuateiHt after ilostroyinjr all the jteuincrs which they hud no use for. They took with them tho greater part of the military stores in the city. The Uuion citizons were very jubilant. The rebel Mtrertgth at Fort Weig ht is stated, by intelligen...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

The Ohio 12n'l Regiment—Charges Refuted.—Col. It. P. Buckland, of the 72d Ohio Regiment, has published a card denying, emphatically, chargos of cowardice prefcrrod against that corps. Ho says. "It is not true that we fled, but on tho contrary, we maintained onr position more than two hoars, and did hot retire until the regiments on our left had given away and we were ordered t» fallback, which we did in good order. It is. true that our lines wer<5 afterwards broken by the fleeing mass from left. All three of tho regiments rallied and continued to fight, whenever we could,during the day,though not. Iwaya at tho same point. Wo slept jon oar arms in. line on Sunday night, and were in the thickest of the fight the next day,and slept in the aauip~we started from on Sunday morning. My brigade pji fc sued the enemy Rome miles on the road to Corinth. Instead of being driven to the boati , M alleged by these newspaper corrospondonte . Ihave not sben tboTenuossee river since we cam...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 2 May 1862

Excitement at Norfolk. Fobtkebs Monrok, April 27.—It is ata-i ted by tUe couttubumls wh<> are arriving, here, with the newauf the fall of New Orleans, that an intense excitement exists around Norfolk, and the people therti were- in great fear of an attack ironi Gen. Bnrnaide. .. All tho troops statiwued there had gme to 8outh Milla to repel anyadyance he might nuke. ' -' " , Many citizens were leaving Norfolk for a place of refuge. . " •¦ =: ',¦• ' The foil ot New Orleans was cdncbded b y every oue. . . - • ' - f The contrabands alsoatato that the new prow of the Merrimac is twelve feet long, and made of wrought iron, steel-pointed From the Mountain Departnsent, f Wubeu^o, Va. r Apr. .27.—Jhe conibin- ~ ed movtiinonts ordered by (Jen. Fremont u"gaiust tho guerillas in Webster cotmty have pr oved emmeutly succcsutul. ¦ laeut^ Lawson, with one detachment -etnployiadin; this . . service, ho» roturnad, and others urortotorn-. ing. Iu a aevere ruuniag fight, of saveu ;¦...

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