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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 February 1854

"daily evening stab. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 25. AGC^riEH FAB THE STAB. Ferttr.a in Bai.tucoxz wishing to subscribe for the Daily F.rtStar, can have it delivered to then on thr rvenm? of iu Imoc, by fcKMVJ camera, by leavinf their at the ncrt of CATHEKfl k BEO., rttmrr of HoJIiday and BtJtimcre streets. Af Wiijfi?3T05, Dii-., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 tre? f. wtll attend to the delivery of the Star AtPim.Ai>sLPHiA,J. T. BATEP, at the Exchange exn f f*o?e who wish copies of the Star eariy on the morning after its issue. A* Poatsm^bth 4XD Noa/oLK, Va., R. C. 8TA PL r.d, No. 4S High street, Portsmouth, w prepared to fen f Uie Slc.r regularly to all who may wish it. At AntPnrji, Md., NORMAN LESLIE will act u a rent for the delivery of the Star on the evening of tu issue. At Latrei,, Md., J. DITVALL will furnwh por ?on? in thai neighborhood with the Star early in the evening of ita issue. THE WEEKLY ST AS. This valuable journal for to-day is ndy a star paper. Its vast...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 February 1854

MII.V EVENING STAfL j l^nr ] mi iiieu c e . ! y < \GBlCl LTURAL 600UXT.?TWO l'.C were delivered last night at the amiti ? ar?* lusti uiion before the Agricnituial Ve:'.Ut preriou? to which there was a discus ? 'ajto the m"?st efficient ineAns of forward ??? '^,uitariil soience, and a resolutim !?nted afiraaing unanimous adhcrcnce of If' B?mW to the resolution passed at the trfttj"/ session f*- 'gpst address '? On Agricultural His * br E Herlv Poore. Esq.. was then de ' The deficiencies in the history of our ',Tey ;B this reipect being pointed out and ^m'-tr* ^e 00^'1'8 4,1 * treatise on the ^ t ?ere sketched, commencing with the jjojbandry of the Ab >rigines. thence pa*- j ^./ro the labors of the colonists, and to on. ' the time* of our revolutionary sires. who l\n brave .vddiera, but lad farmers. Wash *.'tun at Mount Vernon, and Jefferson at [ V oficeilo. endeavored to improve the forming f-be country The lecturer concluded by ?^?ending the Government to found ,,-eu tural col...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 25 February 1854

TUU/Y EVENING STAR ! THE DAT OJ BEST ? /. j .? >M?? ^?n? Grakwne'i "SuAfcaJA '? H?w s-iU the morning of the hallow'd day! Mute t? the voice of rw^l laoor, hu.?l)'?l T;i- pi >Hirhboy"s wbi?lle and the inifkmaid't tong. T ie ?*vihe lies glittering in tfl? deify wreath rir r. dd >d gra?s, mingled with t'ad?d flow?m '1 i;.it >t -<i-*iiiom bioomM waving in the breete. :? unit the-m?*<t fwitit attract the e*r;?tfce hntn t # '!jJj-t. thr ruckling of the dew, .. . The di<uuit Uleatuift, nsidwsv up ihebill. ? iliiii.'^- 'lutfu-rifled on Von uninoving cloud. To ti n, *. ju> wami?r?4>'er the upland leaa Th? M-icKtwrd'a iK*e come* mellower from the dale, And -weet.-r t'r?>m the sky the jl?mnie lark War tile* ln? heaven ntned *ong j the lulling brook Murmurs more geqtiy down the deep-worn glen ; V. :n'" f"r--:m yon lowly roof, whole carting smok* t 'Vrmaimts the inut,*U heard at interval* Th<* v-ice of I'-talma, the simpleMng of prawe.. With ilme-like wrny peace ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 February 1854

THE EVENING STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERS002?, (except sundat,) aft tk* Stir OtfUe, on D ttreei, near 1*A, uoHy opfc ate Uu Irving Hotel, Br WALLACH St HOPS. To ?ubscrHMr?inthecities of Washington,George town. Aleiaadria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a 93 I'd p^r annum, payible? SIX CENTS?week lv V) the Areata. To nail subtenant U>? rob scripi-m price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a >???!w in advance, TWO DOLLARS for e?IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Hihslb csriaa omi ckkt. nrrai mssTisiiiifT FROM THE HOUSE OF WM. H McDONAID, 102 Hassan Stmt, ocrner of Ann.) INDIA RUBBER L.UUDS. Bf 21*0 TRADE, 1854. DHODun A N. JWaHen Lane and . 5 9 Nassau street, invite* the atten tion of hi# fjrm-r eti?? ?mem and wm*hants gene ral y, PurtvculariM WiolrtaU Buyers, to bis immense ("tacit of INDIA RUBBER 0?>)DS which he ha> now on had and i? J^ily rer?iriug from his Facto pes. in luJiog? CO%T?, UK PRESERVERS, CAPES. WHIPS, GLOVES, CARRIAGE CLOTH, VAST*, PIANO COVERS. OVERAL...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 February 1854

DA I h? EVESING STAB. WASHINGTON CITT: VOX day AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 2% r~^THE "STAB" OFFICE IS LOCATED OX D STREET, SFCOBD DOOB WEST FBOM j rWTLtTH, NEAB THE JUBCTIOB OF rw-LFTH STEBET AJfD PEHWBYLVAHIA AVEOTE, ITEABLY OPPOSITE FBEBCITI j ! i EVINJ HOTEL." j gy The large circulation of the Star ujt ? ;; the most desirable advertising me- f di - vi the District. It has more readers in the Cities of Washington, Georgetown, mul Alexandria, than all the otker Wash ington dailies combined. Ar.ElfrilH FAB TBI STAB. in Baijthofz wishing to aabacriba for the X>at/j Ei Slar, '.-an have it delivered to them f>r. th pv-ning of ?? Usue. by fkithfni ctnten, by Jm\ r.adiHf naiaea at the itore of CATHERS fc fro , romw of liolltdav and Baltimore streets. At Wtuax?TOK, Del., E. 8. R. BUTLER, 114 street, will attend to the delivery of the Star At P:?it.apct phi a, J. T. BATES, at the Exchange *?.r ft?rni i. tho*e w ho wish coptef of the Star early <>n thfc n. 'tcjng aft?r it* i?na. At I'ou...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 February 1854

daily evening star. 1 "ill ( H i \ T E1116 E X Ci. jur Wkatbkr ? The snow storm and frost lajt week was "ucceded on Saturday night 5v a heavy fa" of r*,Q an'' a rapid thaw, lhe I /.esc wero streets flooded with water, j ia a?:xe instance; houses. among others, . ki.v?wn aa Foy's Hotel, on Capitol Hill. -?o iDun dated with the water that poured ; -re from the aljoining high land, that fears ite enter.aiued for the building, the flood -ising in #uaie parts undermined the founda fiKa? of the walls making Urge rents frightful , ;a l<jok upon. The National Theatre wa* j^ewise inundated with the volumes of wnter :b?t poured down from the slope on which it is built- and doubtless similar results were ex perienced by many others in various neighbor ed* It is to be hoped that no further (Us urers will occur, but from the appearance of the river, which ha* risen several fret, appre hensions are entertained of a freshet, in that fi?e greater ra.age* would be committed, but from he tinene'so...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 27 February 1854

vLLY EVENING STAR. MOB.HUTG. o th- W'Tld of Snuaiiiae, liugliug Born, r .tt&! coo?e forth ! . ?hajow? drive reluctant night: ' - n me wee, and dry th* dianoad tMrs ?lia ills u-ept for thee; *h?' \\ vl uiri? in modest joy to thee her lilunhing .-'leefc, n ?).> ?i*rclitutr ?aze leveal Uer charm*. p. to iieavm'-i gate the lark ascends, ail* Ihy comini; with a jocund son*; - !i?- <hake? the de* drop from his wing, r< \?;th joy into thy laughing face. om?s the fever \1 student, pale with thon?hU irie.1 with the dark nijht vigils - m lu- mrua b? thankful eye to heaven, pure Iweezes ran his hurnir." trow ?>'J:?mbr' lhW*ht M ^ ??> ' l? child ansHs trom hi# conch. j "ffPTs up his oft taueht prayer, y forth to wake hm. un ; nif> hend mv knPe WJth tJj swp<>t rhj|d ?intU offer up to H,ni a prayer, " 1 '**ioiu weeping mother said? ' '[ty children to come unto me, 'h, torliid thf na not."?H'Uder. ODDS AMD ENDS. JTV New York Day Book says: a startling fact that there ar...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 February 1854

THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT STNTUY,) & tlu Strr Office, on D Hrert. near 1*4, nearly ojy> nte the Irving Hotel, Bl WALLACE fc HOT*. To roVrrfbersinthecitiea of W.i^ftinfton, George town, Alexandra, BAlumore and Philadelphia, a ?.J 12 per aniram, pay ibis?SIX CENTS? week ly to ibe A^'iu. To mail nibvcilb^r? thr nb ?mp't-.a price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yar in oAi-anc*. TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fox THREE MONTHS. Single retries on crwt. iiWiipif FB03I THE ROUSE OF WM. H McDONALD, 102 Nassau 8treet, (corner of Ann.) INDl V RUBBER GOODS. SPRING TRADE, 1864. DHODUN AN, 17 Maiden Lane aad . 59 Nnasnu street, invites the atten tion of fai4 f^r.D?r ru?tomws anl merchant? gene ral ;v FUrtif 'artv U'/iolesaU Buyers, to hi* mm?i* ?tack of INDIA UCKBEK GOODS which ha* now ?n had aoi is duly receiving from his Facto ries, Including? Coat*, LIFK PRESERVER?, cares! whips, OLOVKS, CAUKIAOE CWTH. PINTS, PIANO COVERS, OVERALLS, MACHINE BE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 February 1854

TT.TOEYMING3IAB. WASHINGTON CITY: TPE5DAT APTEUtOOIt, FEBRUARYS ??- ?-i.-as- - -...iv: ? i ? ry THE " STAB" OFFICE IS LOCATED OF 9 STREET, 8EOOEP DOPE WEST FRO* TWELFTH, EEAE THE JUHCTIOH OF TWELFTH STREET AEDPEEESYLYAEIA AVE2TCE, EEAELT OPPOSITE FEEKCHt "IEVI1TG HOTEL." Tkt large circulation of the Star rrmJus it the most desirable advertising me drvtm in the District. It has mart readers tn Ja&akes of Washington, Georgetown, rmd Alexandria, than all the other WiuA AGENCIB8 VflE THE STAR. f?wM ia Biumoii wishing to subscribe for tbe paily ?vmiTig Sar, tan have it delivered to then ca the cveuing of ia iwuo, by ftuthfal carriers, by ?ear.nj their naiiies at tbe Mow of CATHERS ft. T BO., corner of Hollidav and BtJtimore rtreets. At Witauy?Tow, Del., E. 8. R. BUTLEB, 114 Market street, wiD attend to the delirvry of the Star At rtn.ADEi.raia. J. T. BATES, at tbe Exchange es.n furnish those who wish copies of th* Mar early rm the morning after iti issaa. At Poa-naooTB and Noarout, V...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 February 1854

daily evening star. HUH IITKUHEStli. Corsat Pboceeiussv? Board of Atdrr. The following business vu transac ? 1 last nigh t: An Ml for the relief of John Atcherson; pMMd. An act ma'.ing an appropriation for grading *n?i gravelling B street rjuth. from 1st to 2i s-.reets ear; referred to Committee on Im plUIIWlli Act making an appropriation for jrradina artd rtoHIiij 3d Tfm Pa *Tenne U> C street u^tik, referred 10 Committee on Im pr?>wraeDl?. A communication of G. W. Yorbv Horace Dewey and other*. requiting the appointment of aeomnu lee to visit New f ork, to examine city railroads laid on the table. ?f Thomas fj. Clinton respecting the rfrpert of the joint committees of the cor pora ion on the channel ol the Potomac rner; laid on the table. Communication from Thorns MeCleland. re?p?c:irg the channel of the Potomac river; laid on the table. An act for the relief of the poor of this city; passed. An i?k making an appn?priatioa for the re pair of a culvert in the Sixth Ward; passe...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 28 February 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE NORTH WIWD. Prom Weakest regiona afar, afhr, Cnmit the night-wiud bowline ?brill, When pofn: to the polar ?t*r Prom frozen ocean, and *nowy hill. \Vh?n the reindeer browses on scanty ?? m Where the Lipland Wt?r in dismal home, ?n? counting U?? summer's gain and kn" And mending his neu ere again he roam. Careering rudely and ntklMy by Tile shipwreckM *allor dying alone. Eelnjlng back bin despairing cry? Ytllu?g and mocking bi* dying groan. rinvtullv dancing o'er sunken mound? Whirling the tinted autumn leaves? Searching the old ch\frcTT Walthilv round? Sobbing beneath tho rotting eaves. Bringing ll?e dm of toil and atrife ^ 'V? \he we^?f-?him08 from tbe city near, A ill aU tiial is sad And joyous in life t?cnn? sighing and singing and blending bore. Now r->n?fl tho magical note* again, A" the wrelra cadence# steal along; ?7o>rthe. heart weeps at each Mri refrain, Uow ihe soul exulta at each burst of seng. .Vo mo-e?for the wind minstrel now has gone To ga...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 March 1854

* THE EVENING- STAR IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, iBXCXn SUNDAY, J Jt: t\t Stat Offlct, on D street, near 12<A, nearly oyyo *t<* <Ae Irving Hotel, Br WALLACH It HOPE. T?3 fnbscriSfts in the cities of Washington,Georfr tuw:i, Alexaedria, Baluraorp and PbiladM phia, & f.1 lit per an mini, pay Ode?SIX CENTS?week ly u> the Ajjests. To mail subscribers the rub fcripboo price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT8 a year in mfvanct, TWO DOLLARS for ?IX MONTH i, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Sixolb ccfm oss cbnt. iSiST FROM THE H0U3E OF VI. H. McDONALD, 102 Nassau Street, (corner 0/ Ann.) INDIA RUBBER GOODS. SPRIirO TRADE, 1854. DHOT>U.n4N, '<7 Maldea Laneand . 5 9 .Nana* street, invites the atten tion of his f?rmer customers and merchants Rene rally, ftirtu idarif Wn*tr*fde Buytrx, to his mmunse stock of INDIA KUBBEH WWDS which be has now ?B bad sn i is daily receiving from bis Pacto rien, iaclading? OOATJ, LIFE PRESERVERS, CAPM. WHIPS, A LOVE*, CARKIAGE CLOTH, PANTS, P...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 March 1854

? DAILY EVENING STAR. ' Wiifttwofotr Clff wsrrrfiSnAY APTtttircxm, ?Aiciri. "qFiHE "STAB" OFFICE If LOCATED 01715 TTSEFT, seCQHD POOm WIST FROV T V," / LTTH, nRAR THE JTOCTIOlf tF TWELFTH STREET AMD PEHEBTLVAKIA AVLNT7Z, TO-SLY OPPOSITE FBEVCB*S "IRVIlfO KOTEL." KTTiu large circulation of the SlA* rtzk rs it the most desirable advertising me d.'im in the District. It has more readers in th 'cities of Washington, Georgetown, arid Alryrtndria, than cr.'ihe other Wash ington dailies combined. ACi?.\('IE? FIB THE STAflT Person- tn B u tihoi. wishing to subscribe for the ?*C? E^mir.g **r, can fcm it detaren* to th<ai on th? e?enin* of <a itme, by faithful amen, by icaTtr- rh^U Dan? u the Move of CATHEES * ?RO.. corner r* Hollkiay and Baltimore rtreetB. At W!L*i>roToi?, Dai,., E. 8. E. BUTLEE, 114 >I?*k' ?? street, will attend to the delivery of the Star At^Rii ADKLri?A,J. T. BATES,at tbe Exchange aan fcnwth iho*e who wuh copied of the Star early on the morning after iu issue....

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 March 1854

JjAl Li X ^ "^tmTlliTELLIGENcY! S*rrnsi"?TA-f Catalogue Stste*.?A cata logue of ?h? Library of Congress is now in ,Jur*e of preparation 00 P,an* derisad the Librarian of the Institution. it consist . ttereot^ping titled of books, each on a ' j^ja e "plate. and combining them in any , Vnbl* "Rler.. ?n*i *P pages of any desired ttr-~ *?ario. or ftjlio- and fastening Hie. U OctaTo. 'i~? , ? ' ecnH&* a/,? them in stereotype block? o? - r??a"?r con strue ti on, and printing the catalogme from them. When the library has increased to saeh an extent as to make it aesirable to have a new catalogue, the titles of the new books . ' inserted in their proper ire stereotypes ' ? ?>*>w pi aces, the pages netrly made up, catalogue is printed fwm them. The stereo type titles may be used for printing the cata logue ot any other library naviug the same books: they bearing the exjtense ??f pre?* work, paper, Ac . and of ftereotying *uch titles as are r.ot arung those already stcreotvped. Thos...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 1 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. /row page.) h r>f Castano: a fear, not of man, but of God?not of death, but of judgment. Heath was dealing with Domcnico; his mur?lerer was dealing with his conscience and hts God. l>omeniro lingered until the middle of tN? next day, and then expired, without pa4n or struggle, in the arms of the heir of his secret. That very day, to the sur prise of all. Castano set to work with vehement energy, and the picture was finished with coloring of extraordinary richness and brilliancy, and of the same consistence and dnrability as that of the master. The longiug desire of the soul was gratified?the one object of his soul attained ; but how different was his esti mate of the object, and the price he had paid ! lie had murdered his friend that lie might put oil a few years sooner in his coloring. The shout from the pupils, whom he had assembled, as they supposed, to ex hibit to them the proof that he was indeed master of the secret, for which they knew not that he h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 March 1854

the evening- star Jj PIUUSHW* EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT sCXDAY, I I I ft; '-*rr f*5>-?; <>?? D rir?e<, ?w I8U, Marty ojya ? ??' f4. hcitig HotfL, BT WiLLACH A HOPE. ft icSrsc."? V?tjin the cit ;es ol VVa.shin*xnn.G-o**e ^ Artadm, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a jj a per annum, payable?SIX CENTS?we*-* |( vux A*e?ts. ? To nail subscribers the nib j^f^o price ta THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY # SVT> a >~* i? *i-mtuxt TWO IaOLLARS for ,|t MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE y *THS. fin?L* csriBj o** cm. jif y?i HMisiiiT jjsOR THE HOUSE OF WM. H. McDONALD, f 102 Ndizaa Street, (comer of Ann.) INDIA KUBBEK (HX)DS. SPRIHO TRADE, 1854. HODunAS.aj Maidta Lane aM > f0 "?y \tiiau street, iavites ths atten * i of h<s former cu-t nners and merchants gene r v, Piri* Jar't/ K'\uicsml< Biii/tri, to his m m en ?? f ... \DIA RUBBER uO >D4 wbicd he has B, * -n h?l s-id is daily receiving from his Facto tea, ln-!u iiag? o*ta, life preservers, JlPB, V II!PS, 16U)VKJf CARRIAGE CLOTH, P\N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 March 1854

J)AILY EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CUT: THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 2. UTTKE "STAB" OFFICE IS LOCATED ON D STREET, SECOND DOPE WEST FBOM twelfth, iteab m jmrcrnov w TWELFTH STRHT AFD PEHMTLVAHIA VVEjrtTE, NEARLY OPPOSITE FRENCH'S ? IBVINO HOTEL." "?yTht large circulation of the Star makes it the most desirable advertising me at; im j? the District. It has more readers in. the cities of Washington, Georgttoum, and Alexandria, than ci. ihe other Wash ington dailies combined. TO COBBB9POHBBIITI. No notice ran be taken of anonyuiotn Cummimica tion?. \\ ha terror u intended for insertion, must *u:hcr?ueate* by the name and add roan of the writer?not necessarily for publication, but as a guaranty of hi* good fbttta. We ran not undertake to return rejected Cmbbuh catlcm. ? AGE^IRg FOR THE STAB. Persons in Bat.tuo?z wishing to subscribe for the Daily Ki nrririf Mar, can have it delivered to them or the evening of't* l*sne, by hithful camera, by 1 sarin 2 their W/n at the store of CATHER8 k BRO.,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 March 1854

daily evening star. ~ l7) nl TVt KI LICENCE. , bJiTflsoMA-t I.vsrrrcTioy.?L*ot night, a lecture wa.- deliverer! by W Giles Dix, Esq., ^ on'the scbject of 'he Andes anl the Ecuador, euwfccJ ia highly poetical language, r.teuu bliug in iinu> respeeta the beautiful descrip tions byjBernardinde St. Pierre. in his immor tal work of Paul aud Virginia. The lecture wt' intended to be a geographical account of that niountaiuous region of country, stretching ji-mg South America, embracing Peru and the Ecuador, which latter was formerly in t eluded ia the republic of Columbia. lhe lecturer commenced bis dijeourse by a highly wrought eulogy upon mountains* ia general. which had always been a theme for the poet and the historian. In the history of the country, the lecturer was the ajtologist fur the Spaniard, observing that fifty years before the pilgrim fathers had landed on the Ply mouth Hock, and whilst Jamestown was yet a wilderness. the hymns that had been chaunted in the Temple at Jerus...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 2 March 1854

DAILY EVENING STAR. THE CK038 0* THE BPIR1. Tip fint object #n which my 9j% nets at ^cmir.g i? the Cro?s, for. from my pitloic, I look cp to tfant which surmoanti the apir* of tae rbarch of the Annunciation. When f.r?t rooming * ro*y ray Ui.?"??l"' mine eye* to catch the light, An?i charinp every Mind* my n.c I >ay come*, *o prtion# bright; ! .t then. ere earthly thought* are wine, 1 . l-.olT Cro?s, uplifted high, A m ; on from the world divine, I m.irK agaiuot tae deep blue sky. An.l huh it not ? voice for me ? Li>?* n. 1 h?-nr its solemn tone, A:. I th??? it speaks, though happily f m..> be heard by me alone; ?'? --per. awaken?4uttaa rail, rhee, and with the coming ?un Sba V- osTduH lumber's leaden poll, A;;i1 s rd thy Christian armor on." 7^ ?*jos?aid *mid the bustling care* Ard v<gdag ills of daily life, If .:i.u ts perplex, or sin ensn?re?, And I in weary with the itrife? That rr"?i above me rwetii Hill, My dairy monitor to be, Ar, 1 whispers 'mid each passing ill,"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening star. — 3 March 1854

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Publication Title: Daily Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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