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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 August 1846

1 s r .rzrr j -- ' I have sworn upon tlio Allor of CJtiit, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny ovor tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson tV If. WEBB, EDITOR, AND PROPRIETOR. Volume X." HLOOMSBJUItG, COLILIUSIA COtiVTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1840. iVimibur 1G, OFFICE OF THE DEMUUHAT. Suuni sidi: or Main, a vkw dooks m: L U V M A 1! K lr S'I'I! i: UT. TErlMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be. published every Saturday morning, at Til'O DO I.LAliS per annum jiaiable li'tlj nearly in advance, of Two Dollars I'ljty tcnts,ij not paid within the year (Vo lubseription will betaken for a sllorter period than nix months; nor ami disron- tinuanee permitted, until all arrearages are. discharstd. A I) rmiTISKMEXS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrcr. insertions. and I wcnty-Jivc cents lor every subse quent mcr'tion. JCJV liberal' discoun made to those, who adiu rlise by the year LKTTKIiS addressed on business, must lie post paid. THE BUCK VE...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 August 1846

and property hoi drive Into captivity, horrible thin deatb itself Jour wives nd children. : I It is your militaryrulisie who hive re duced you to this deplombln conJiiion. It it these tyrants, and their corrupt and cm el satelites gorged Ilh the people1- treasure by whom you are thus oppressed and im poverished some of vvhom have boldly ad. vocatcd a monarch!., government, woulJ place a European Prince upon the throne of AlMico. We corau to ubuin rep eration for repeated wronga and injuries,' come to obtain indemnity for the ps.l and aceunty for the future; we come to overthrow the tytanls who hse destroyed your liberties but wo como to make no war upon tho people of Merico. nor upjii any form of free government they may choose to select for themselves. It j, our wish to see you Itbereted from despn'sis, to diive back the savage Caman chcs.to prevent the rerow el of their assaults and to compe'.l them to restore to yon from captivity, your long lost whee ami children Your relmion yo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 August 1846

Hip Su'i rcnury Bill lias pa sued bulh ! ues ?if Comjresj, and been tinned by t'te President. Adimnce rf tie Jinny. The follow iiiH It-ittr from the Amy 10 tho editor tif tlio New Orleans Delia, indicates Mint Gun. TaW is about puhinj foi 11 h 1 1 1 -1 tor t iih mi i xjit uiMiiun of fur the i (ihiii; Mata.moha.i, July (s, 18-10. Al length the Monotony of the camp life is broken. We have received or ilcis to Miike lent, preparatory to niov itio, fonvunls lo Csinarno. All is life oml nciiviiy in csmp in day. Wo ate U'diiirj; fur the teiirnhnui J5if ll-iichee. which two rnomei;tr ily txiiici to arrive, when we will embark un board of her and pi uceed fifteen rniliii ubjve liere, whei u w will bu (lisemhjr lo ti ii lid waii until the Lou i i nm Hnsi! romi up, v hf n we iill he marched lorwanl. Tlio 7th Itifitm y U. S. A commiti'lctl by C-ip'. Nilen, i emh.ii It- inj for iho miiic ilrn'inollnri.Thc fleam hoai. Aid, IJ ( II iiehee, and Troy, me ; tnd ihe slemliiMi.-Cincinn.iti, IS-1. terp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 August 1846

THE G A It I; A iV 1) ' With sweetest towers enrieh'd, 'From various gardens cull'd with care." I'OETUV BY JOHN Q. A DA .MS. Miss Ellen M. Cooncy, of John ami Thomas Forest, llallimore countj present ed lo .Mr. Adams, o fow weeks ago, a pair of knit gloves. In acknowledging their ic ccption the 'old man eloquent' penned the following line?: Who shall say that public lifo In nothing but discordant strife-? And ho whose heart is tuned to Ioto Tender and gcntli aa the dove, Must whet his talons night and day, For conflicts with the birds of pre) ? This world is fashioned, Lady love! Of Joy and Sorrow, Easo and Care, Of sudden changes small and great. tfnd whoso bends his mood lo trace, The annals of mill's fallen raco, May sigh to find that nature's plan. .Is ruthless war from man lo man. But naturo otucl to be kind, Not lo war only man consigned; JJut gave him woman on tho spot, To mingle pleasure in his lot, That if with man war cannot cease, Wish woman reigns eternal peace. Fair-Lad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1846

Jtltt4C I .haro Bwnni upon the Alter of V.o, eternal Inutility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefler.dn II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, bLoOMSRUKG, COLUMBIA UObWTlT, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1846 Volume X. Number 17. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. Scum mur or Main, a rr.w doors nr.- , 77. nnr rrtrt'r.i i istnn i'',..:ni published even Saturday morning, all TWO DOLLARS iter annum pavablr half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar!, Fifty Cents, if not paid within thcyrai. a' m . ;.... e. ..i ... pr.noil than mx months; nor any i.sco)i- tinuance pcrmitted,untU all arrearage arc dise.liaretd. . VERT I SEMENS not cxrrrding A ,X ii A .'.r.....v .............. One Dollar for the first thrceinserttons, rtlrrt itt iii rtilbtiiitoti it o ail ft 1 1 nnr Twenty-five, cents for every ;nt user inn. ttTJ iiern il .ir.nmt xirrc fo Ao.sfi iiro advrrlise In the year U2TTI2IIS addressed on business, must be. post paid. Frem the Symbol. UNCLE JONAS jVW) HIS HEIR. BY MR". C l OltNE. . , , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1846

OOLUIUIA DfcViIOi'RAT. AUGUST J 5, 1810. JiATEIt FUOiVTHB ARMY. OfPICU OF TUB PlCAYUNR. Siturday, Au. 1, 1S1G 10, A, i 1 be brig E.ii ressario arrivod at the JJitracln tins murning, sevnndays frw Urazos Santiago, wild Capt. Gen Desha's company of Alabama Volun leo3. v;io have bern ordered lo Wetv Orleans to bo mustered out of service according (o i n 9 1 r u c l i o n from ilia Wi .Department, bix other compiinea ii iii Alabama, all Ihe'Loiiisiana Volun trers out of service by the same author thority. Cul. Peyton andFealherstori'f. Itegimenla are not recognized by the Detiirluienl as being in Iho service u all. When iho Emprcssario left, most of Ilia regular troop had gone to Cimargo where it is probiblu all arc by ihi lime. Unless Gen. Tsylor has been delainerl on account nf tlio'Vilhdriiwal of eo ma iiy volunleeisfrom the army, lo maki nejw arragements rrgsrdin:j tho disposi lion of Hit; remaining one?, he has join ed the regular army cro tliis aiCamargn, The Texan troops were abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1846

C ommunicatian. THE VICE PRESIDENT. There nro considerations that should .mmlifv tlio hostility of those who condemn Iho Vico Vesidcol fur his late naming volts .upon tho Tariff. The Vico President Is not ilia rrptesentative ofono stale, as arc the Senators; hu is the representative nl the whole Union. To give this idea iho sanc lioo of authority, il it hut necessary to ru- J -for to the variuus authors who have com ineniod upon the consiiiution. IJelow are extracts from Dayard Mid Judge Stoty and lliose who desire lo pursue llio suhjccl can consult oilmr public liona extant. 'The Vico President of the Unii6d A'lales is Pies (lent of tho Senate1 hut he has no vote ex crpl when they are equally divided. As this soinelimi's occurs, and geneially on questions of imporlunco it is thought to give 2rrul advantage lo the stale of which the Vice Piesident may he u cit zen. But it should be recollected that this high iifTioer is chosfii by the people of the United Suite and when acting as a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 August 1846

"PROCLAMATIOIT. ITPHEIIOAS, the Hon. Juskrn I). Antro V V Presi.Icntof the Oourt of Oyer and Ter miner ami Genersl Jail Delivery, Court, of (jtiartci Hessiuus of the lVaec.niid Couit of Conunmi Fleas ni)J Orphan' Court in the eighth judicial dlsirlct composed of the counties of Norlliumlx'rlnm1 t nion, Columbia mid Lveoniliigi nd the Moi fiamucl Oaks anil Stephen Dahly, Esquire Associate J 11 Jets in Columbia county .Iihvi issued their prcept bearing dato lire 7.5th day ol ApuV-iu the year of our 1onl otio thousand eignt hundred ant forty -six, and to me directed, foi I'.olding A Court of Oier and Ttrminer. and Gen tral Jail Delivery, General Quarter sessions of tne feaci, Common rtcas and Orphan's Court. IN DANVILLE, In the County of Columbia cn the third Monday of At-g ml, (being the Plhl Jay) and to contir.uo one week : Notice is therefore lierebv eiven to tne Coroner, the Justices of the Peace, end con nUllirs of the said county of Columbia, tha' they be then and there in their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 August 1846

, , , : neatxsssxr. i-tMi, tMr-tfbffm - - , , i I liavo sworn upon the AUor of Uoil, otoriial HostHIty to ovory furm of Tyranny over the MluJ of Man." Thomas Jcflenon PI Volume X.2 ISLOOaiSKUUC, COLUMBIA COtNTV, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 184.0. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. South sidk of Main, a rnw noons nr. low ilAnKi;T'8Tiu:ir. TERMS : The C0T.UMMJ1 DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half 1 early in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. o subscription will be taken Jora snorter period than uix months: nor ami discon linuance permitted,unlil all arrearages are. disriargcd. A DVERTI SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrceinscrtions, and wenty-Jive cents for every subse quent niertion. CJ"A liberal discoun made to those, who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business ,must he post paid. THE TARIFF. Tnn Vim: in tub Sunatb on tiii: Tau iff Uili. I ho loll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 August 1846

era Interest of (no whole. It 11 ur-jut l those States which have with their own means constructed tlielt own internal im provements, tn msko fitnn the common treasury appropriations for similar improve ments in other Stales, In its operation it will bo oppressive mi! unjust towatds those Sa'cs whose repre sentatives and-pcopto oithei deny or doubi the existence of the i er, or think its ex ercise inexpedient, and who, while the) equally contribute to the treasury, cannoi cnnMstently with their opinions ongige in the general competition for a sharo of the pub!,c money. Thus n large portion ol Union in numbers and geographical ex tern, ronliibuling it equal proportion of taxes to the support of the government, would under the operation of euch a system be compelled to see the national treasure the common stork of all unequally dis bursed, and often improvidendy a-t d f. r theadvanlace of f mull nciiotit.instei.il d tit tog applied toilhe great national purposes in which all have a co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 August 1846

DECEPTION EXPOSED, .tft thu top of tho fifth column, on tho fecund paije, of the Danvillo Deinne.tat of A 11 ii 1 1 s I Till 1810 h i) fiml an uticlo ol whiih the Eilitor hIiiiiiIiI tin heartily asliani I'd. It is so flagrantly deceptive, that no npnlngy can he tmdc for it, except that il tuny luvo hrcn perp)tr.iit'd under n in Istnke of the frtois. with which it prufesses to deal. Wo vtll copy tho uriicle entire, anil then expose its errors, ho that Ihero shall he no escape from the conclusion, that the Editor of tho Democrat should humbly ash pardon of his reuilers for what is cither a htunder or a crime. Hcie is tho article verbatim. 'Duty on Rail Road lion. An ineffec tual attempt was made in tho U. S. Senate on 1 uesd.ty last by Jr. Dickinson, the Loco Foco A'onainr from New York, to permit railioad iron to be imported frco of fluty. II was rejected by a vole of 20 to SO. The new Loco Foco Turin" already tedders the iluty to u mete trillo, and we rt'j H"e tin 1 1 1 1 .-t additi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 August 1846

Til 13 GARLAND' ' H7A sweetest f havers enrleh'd, 'I'rum various gunhnt cull' J with tare' A MOTHER'S GltllSF. To mark the suflet'tngs of the babe That cannot speak ita wo; To sco tho infants tears gush forth Yet know not why lliey flow; To meet the meek uplifted eye That fain would ask rollcl Yut can but tell of agony, This is a mother's grief. Through dreary days and darker nights To trace the march of death; To hear tho faint and frequpnt sigh Tho quick and shorlencncd breath To watclt tho last dread strife draw near And pray that struggle brief, Though all is ended with its close, This a mother's grief, To seo in ono short hour decay'd 7'he hope of future years; To feel how vain a father's priyeis, How vain a mother's tears; To think the cold uravo now must close O'er what was onco tho chief Of all the treasured joys of earth This is a oiothei's grief. Yet when the first wild throb is p3flt Of anguish and despair, To lilt the eye of faith to heaven And think nty child is thero. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 August 1846

; -.'.', . . .. r"' 11 "-' ' LL '- " . ' upon the Attor of t otorhal t&ftttlfy'to every Mcv jfViHhy over (tiVjJtji-i if Mui. Thomas Jeller.on t hne swum II. WEBB, "ED1TOK AW BLOOMSBUEfcG, GOffaHMBSiA. OfWTY, tA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 1840. Volume X. IVumlici- 10. , , - - . i OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. Suurit Binr. or Main, a rr.w noons un- LOW MAnKlIT'SritECT. TEEMS : The COL U Mil Ml M-hMOCIMTioiUhc pu'ilinhed even Saturday morning, at Tl'() 1) Oh hl'lllS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. 0To subscription will betaken for a shorter period than uix months; nbr any dincdli' tinuanee permitted,until all arrearages are disr.harirtd. Jit) VKRTlSEiUENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the fir.it three insertions, mid Twcnt'ii-fivc cents for event subse quent nscr'ti'on. iCF'') liberal discoun made to those toho advertise by the year LET J'JRS addressed on business,must he post paid. y'h...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 August 1846

COLUAlDJA DEMOUUAT. AUGUST 20, 1815, MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT, FRENCH SPOLIATIONS. To the Senate of the United States: 1 return to the Senile, in which it o- 01 '"" m "u ,M"' " 8 rignatcd, tho U.I) entitled -an ct to pro- Their ,s no "f"P,u' 'e 1 ro'ury ' A vido for the .see rt.inmcnt and Mti,fac-,Public dc,,, of eV( mill,ons '"g b"n tion of claims of American citizens or"6810'1 "-ilhi" ",u la9' rw nnlialions enmmillcd hv ihn French prior to the 31st of July, 1801,' which was presented to me on tho G'h i.istant, with my objections to ils becomings law. In attempting to give the bill the care ful examination it require?, difficulties presented ihemaolves in the outset. from the rrmo'ener-s of the period to whicl tho claims bolong,thc complicatedhalure i iha iriiiMclion in which they origins tfl, r.d the protracted necolutions to ieh :'iy led between Franco and the "(. ri S ies. The short time inter ,,-g ' 'be paffljge of tho bill ftrfffB and the approaching close r fpssion, os well a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 August 1846

THE WHIGS OK GEORGIA AND THE TARIFF. The Millcdgcville Journal, tho lend- l"B Whig paper iu the State of Georgia, prnnnunced the following opinionsin re Rani 10 Ihe Tariff ol 1812 and 18-1G: 'In a Lite number of ours wo slated liy way of culling (he attention of our rustlers 10 Iho fact, thai the Whin mem bora from Georgia voted against Iho pas - t a I . . l rt - . . .... . Biigu ui wio i arm act ol 1512. This wac becauso its features, or many of them, were too protective. Mr. Clay, how ever, advocate this Tariff, and because lie was the Whic candidate for tbePrec idency, and because Georgia Whigs ad vocated Ins election, our opponents at totnpiod to Piddle upon us, as a parly,i advocacy of princplcs embraced in tlial bill. In oilier words, whatever Jlr. Clay was in favor of, or opposed to, were in favor of, or opposed to No such ihiiijt The principles avowed by lur. hiay on the I artl were evert one of them atino.il in the same tun'UU"c, advanced by Mr. Polk. JJeluwcn the two candi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 August 1846

TlfW GAttLAND' .YUA ttcahtt flower rurietil, FtvJH rariutu gardent cillfd with earn." CAPTAIN 31AY. BT W. II C. HUSHED.. Mr 'The Men of Ninety-Eight.' Loco plaudits for our bold dragoon, The gallant Captain May! The light of gloij's dazzling noon Wild gild his namu fur aye! Though, fast and hoi, the hurling shot luili round his little Valid, lie paled not, he quailed not, IJut drew hia glitering brandy More lurid grew the bailie cloud. Qui not a horseman spurred, Their leader, on his charger proud Sal wailing for tho word Though, far around, the trampled ground Was with the f illen sirown, He paled not he quailed not, As if his farm was stone. The General galloped tohii tide: And issued oidor stern 'Now forward will: your squadron lide, And deathless honor earn; Thai battery must t3kcn be Eie Mexico is tamed!' lie paled not he quailed not. Bui 'Follow me." exclaimed. Tbero was a rush of men and eleede, Fierce struggling for renown: And hostile ranks like shivered reeds, In that wild...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 September 1846

i i have sworn upon the Alter of (Jod, ctornal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomai Jefforeon Iff. WEBB, EPITOH AND PROPRIETOR '--Volume xT" lil7oOMSBG7"o6EuMB'lA CrtlNTV, PA. SATTOPAY, SEPTEMBEB 5, 18-16. dumber so.- J- GS f AU (M'l'l i, lit j OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. South bide of Main, a few doors bk LOW MaRKCT'STRUKT. TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, al TfVO DOLLARS per annum payable haij yearly in advance, or J wo uouars Fiftv Cents.ifnofvaid within the year. No 3ubitcri5fjon will be taken for a shorter ffmtttnce pcrmitted,until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar J or llic jirst inree insertions nnrt Tin ent'u-five cents for everv subse mient nscr'tion. tpA liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. NELLY GRAY. BY I. ANDERSON SMITH. Sweet Nelly gray, how happy weri thou at b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 September 1846

COLUMBIA DEMO CHAT. SEPTEMBER 5, 1810. For tlio Democrat. SOCIAL INTRRCOTJRSK. When the flat of OmnipotenceTiad ushered.hitn IcinR tblt mundane rphnc, niiil from inanimate Juif linl moulilcJ Into evmnietricnl form, that hody which w mtile tho tene ment of a liinrj i!rlt ere atlvt nicdom aw Hint it wan tint meet Tor man In dreH alone. Notwithstanding ill the litxuiinnt beauty of Nature, as displayed In the handy work of GJ, presented a perfect picture to hia admiring i?w, still his toul was not content to enjoy alone the magnificent acenc. A companion wis given to him and his happiness prifected. And as wc trace the progress of tho human race, down through the long'vlsta of by gone ages, wc find mankind till reciting for society. Truo the hermit has some times betaken himself to 'desert wilds,7 or shut Iiimelf up in mountain 'fiHtncsses,' The priest lifts retired to (ho Monastery, and the youthful vir gin hath shut herself up, a Nun in thu cloister. Exceptions to the great law of nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 September 1846

"tiiutii withovt rr.An ' s.t rtrttit.iv, siir rv.uiinit r,, tsiti. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR C.INAL COMMISSIONER, , .'WILLIAM I). FOSTER, jr. ICcinovul. . , Tim Office of the Cw.umma Democrat lias been Rcmnvod into ihc new Hiit-k Biiildinu, South aide of Main-street, a few iluurs below Market. '" H. VATiMKU. Rsq. ii authorised In net as A;enl tor Ihe ' lnt.iTMntv IJKMnrniT. and re ceiit all ninnies for Subscription and Advertis ing nt ."' Area ties in Philadelphia A'o. fin Vine-Street. Nr.to Yin-Jc " 1 10 Nnssmi-itreet. IMnn " in Stale-sheet. Halllmore S. B. cnr. Halt, and Calvert-sts. Hfc'chnnt.s-'Mcchnnies and Tradesmen may find V fn jleirwtvantagtto advertise in tins paprr.as tr-rrf.jc only one puoiisnea at me .uuiiiy :-cm end ha a greater eireulaUnn in the taunt) than ....... ... i n. i.. j .....ji.'.. ..;.' "y oilier paper puuutncti iviimn siuiniua. Democratic County Convention. The Democratic voters of Columbia County are rccnmmenilcil lo meet at the slated places of ImM mc tli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 September 1846

THE GAIJLAND- -Witt swtttctt flowtrrtnrich'd. 'From various gardens cull'd with tare." From Blackwood's .Vagazinc. HOVE. If Hope Is dead, why icek to li-c ! For what besides has llfoto give! Love, Life, and Youth, end beauty too, If Hope bo dead, say'l what arc you 1 Loo without Hope! it cannot bo; Tboro ia a vessel on yon tea, Uecalmrd and saillcss as Despair, And know 'tis hopeless Lots floats there. Life without Hope! O that li not To live; but day ly day to rot, With feelings cold and patiiona dead: To wander o'er tho world, and tread Upon it bcautlci ; and to gazs, Quito vacant, o'er in flowery maze. Oh I think if this be Life I then any, " Who Uvea when Hopo hath iled away." Youth with Hope! An endless night, Trees which have felt tho cold apring's blight, Tho lightning's flash, and tho thunder's strife' "i'ct pine away a weary life, Which older would have sunk and died Beneath the strokes their youth defied. 'But cursed with length of days are left H'o rail at youth of Hope b...

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