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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1855

mat ONE DOLLAR PERANNt'M, I IKVARIASLV .'X AfiVAKCt. J CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1855. NO. 39. VOL. 16. TO THE PEOPLE. IT is well known that nkrvovs or sick head ache, is not only a common discasp in the Wes tern country, but that it has been considered incu rable. Such nn anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an dibi t even torelieve it is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, still less frequently made. These considerations in part, have irfduted me to try in my own prac tice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the UntUd States, which I am pleased to say, has, in nearly every instance, cither prevented a IMkfOXyta&j relieved it when formed, or cured the the disease. Until recently, the medicines com posing the prescription, tlmugh known, and sepa rately used for hundreds of years; have never been understood or appreciated ns combined and applied to the cure ot nervous diseases. T...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1855

V GL.ASGO VV W E E K LY T I M E S FOREIGN NEWS BY THE PACIFIC! New York, November 15. The Pacific made her outward passage in ten days and three hours. There wot on extraordinary panic in England, in consequence of a rumor of war with the United States, and that Mr. Buc hanan had demanded his passports. Mr. Buchanan Ot ntrudicted the story. The Lon don Times, in a skillfully malicious editori al, started the subject, which was exugfrcr aled by the provincial press speedily at tained such dimensions, that extras were issued announcing that the American Min ister had demanded his passports. General astonishment and regret was excited by the announcement, and angry protests were heard against the Government lor lorcing tiie nation to so dangerous a war. Our Liverpool agent telegraphed to His Excellency Mr. Buchanan, the American Minister, who promptly and coricous'y lent him the following express coniradic ion of the rumor: "It is not true that the Ameri can Minister lias demanded his ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1855

GLASGOW WEE K LY T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES, IKJBLISHED EYERY THURSDAY MORNING BY CLARK H GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, IWit.MIII.V IN ADVANCE. ijysubscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the tune pniil foi .J) ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at the usual rales. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK Of every description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. T. B. PAMtm Is our authorised Agent in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bobdmaw, Linneu. O. H. BcncKHAftT. Huntsvillc. Watlasb . Co., Bounce. Thos. O. Sham, Bloomincton. JxMts JFlore, Middle Fork. J. H. Pinny, Penny's P. O. Powell A: Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Worshsll. W. J. Horslkt. Keytesville. G. IT. MOfJM. Trenton. (JToslmaster generally are requested to act as scent. All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Nov. 22. 18!;5. Look for the X A cross (thusX) immediately beforelhe name, signifies tliat th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 22 November 1855

G L A S G O W W E K KLY TIMES Cjjc 6lasgolu Cimcs. fjy Single copies of Tur. Times, put up in wrappers, can always be had at the office nt rive cents a copy. Yearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate business. Other advertisements will lie charged at regular rates. SS" No charge for inserting deaths, hut fifl v cents per square will be charged for obituary no tices to be paid in advance. 8" The charge for marriage notices is left to thehridegroom, and will be acknowledged in the paper. fes Where editorial notice of advertisements is requested, it will he given and charged for. IT HENRY Wi t.ONcrELI.OW. Ill that bui'dinrj, Ions; an(l low, Willi its windows nil a-row, Like the port-liule of n liulk, Human spiders spin and spin, Bcckwarrj down their threads so thin, Dropping, each, a hempen bulk. At the end, an open door ; Squares of sunshine on the floor Light the long and dusty lane; And the whirring of a wheel, Dull and drowsy, makes me feel All its spokes are in my brai...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1855

imc CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. J ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVAR1A11.Y IX ADVANCE. VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 29, 1855, NO. 40. ' WElllllBEMIBIE. TO THE PEOPLE. IT is well known that nervous or sick head ache, is not only a common disease- in the. Wes tern country, buttliat it has been considered incu rable. Such an anomaly, indeed., hove medical men believed it to be, that an effort even to relieve ct is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, still less frequently made. These considerations in part, have induced me to try in my own ni ne ice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United States, which I am pleased (0 say, has. in nearly every instance, either prevented a paroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cured the the disease. Until recently) the medicines com posing the prescription, though known, and sepa rately uied for hundreds of years; have never bfien understood or appreciate dascombiiird and applied to the cure of ne...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1855

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES unfortunate difficulty. It is inevitable un los one party or the other barks squarely out from ihe position it has taken. There can be no objection to the Oovernor inquir ing into these facts, nnd if they exist, us me are informed they do, to avert tl em. These are briefly the reasons that operate upon me. and for these re inns, sir, I vote NO. Mr. Toon said that his opinions upon slavery were the same at the present time that they were thirty years ago upon the hill - of New England. The question be. fore the House wa, if it should act in the manner demanded, nnd on the information before the House. He was not prepared In say, thai the time might not come, when the Houe should take action upon the matter. He opposed that resolution, because no ac tion which the House oouhl lake could in fluence the Executive in that matter. He was commander in chief of the militia, and was invested with certain powers by the the constitution, which it was for himself te exercis...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1855

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES: PUBLISHED EYERY THURSDAY MORNING BY CLARK H GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, 1NVAIH ABI.T IN AJBTAWCK (HP"Subscnptions promptly discontintioil it the expiration of the time paid for.EJ) ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at the usual rate?. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK Of every description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. Pat mi n is our authorised Agent in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linneu". O. H. Burckhart, Huntiville. Wavland Sl Co., RounoKe. Thos. O. Sharp, Bloomineton. James Flore, Middle Fork. J. H. Pennv, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Horsllv. Keytesville. O. H Hubble, Trenton. BPoslmasters generally are requesfed to act as agents. Ijy All agents arc requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Nov. 28, 1855. Look for the X Across (thusX) immediately before the name, signifies th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 29 November 1855

Hi li A S ( O VV W K K K L V TIM KJ S America Forever. America! vrhai charms bluster about tlie nnme .Ymerical exclaims the poet: "T love thy rocks nnd rill: Thy wood and templed hills, My soul with rapture fills l.et freedom ring. " With the nnme ol America U nssocutad . all tlint is pure, inviting, benevolent And ii . i i. . eiic uka cessiblc; along her shores ol lile aml.coir.iner- cial activity a thousand ports ex'eiiil Ibeir ! arms of welcome to the homeless stranger, and ofier him a ref nee in her extensive we- - tern plains. In uliaf does America cm- nnre with other nations? In what consists L , ,, , . , o r 1 in ... ... - ........... ..j . pride herself upon her ancient castles, her , .. , , r works ol costly grandeur, tho anliquily ot her nrchitectnra) ruins? Americn points to i u' i x- i ti i her roaring Is iiignra, her IN ilnral Hrnljre. lier Mammoth C.ive, still more nntii.ialed, and the work of a Divine Architect. - - D.ies (lie R .stern world boast of her magi. i r ice...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1855

CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, N N U M , VAKCSi 5 I NVA It I A ELY IN ADV. VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER (i, 1855. NO. 41. r TO 'HE PEOPLE IT It well known that nebvous or sick Head ache, ii not only a common disease in the Wes rn country, but that it has been considered incu able. Such an anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an cflbrt even torelieve t is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations in part, have induced me to try in my own prnc ice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United States, which I am pleased to say, has, in nearly every instance, either prevented a paroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cured the the disease. Until recently, the medicines com posing the prescription, though known, and sepa rately used for hundreds of years; have never been understood or appreciated as combined and applied to the cure of iwrrous diseases. T...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1855

.nam G L A S G () W W E E K L Y T I M E S T TIM TT A C The interchange of shot between tin A I v I IN J A IN A 0 I NV,,, Bn1 s ,,h forN of St.bMlopfti conlin. GREAT EXCITKMENT. The Militia Called Out. ued iticof :tit. i Lord I'ulmerstmi fitlds treat diflS"itlfv in JLW llEVOE IN AKMS- ! obtaining a suitable succcW to Lord Moles- j worth. The expulsion of the French reruccos B-Tbfl WlowirR Important now, inkc-i from Jersey creating great excitement, from rli Platte Afjrit of Inst RetitrrTiey. dls-1 A in Fender. OTcisjMllI tlx- action close an nhnining Male of affair in Kan-1 'lf 1C OwtmiBMrt severely. Ill Territory The 'n,e"' l,isl,lltcn fttm the seat of war IsnrrrNnfN! r. Nov. 21. reports, offlcWnyi from botfl BtlWWlU D Much arrttement exists in Kansas Trr-i aWtfe. t victory wa gained, No rilorv nrd the border counties In Mlssow I. vmher r"''- ,,v w 1:,s,u- nvrr ,rn ,ho" Rrow'ing ont of an attempt on the part of . land JttWttatie, mostly Georgian militia, at Territorial Officer-: to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1855

t AJi .J!' f. II Si W G L A.SGO W W E E Iv L Y T 1 M E S . THE GLASGOW TIMES. PUBLISHED EYERY THUT.SDAY MORNIKG BY CLARK H GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, lVAnlAHI,Y IN AIM A( i:. (-Subscriptions promptly discontinued nt the expirntion of the tun paid for. AD VERTTSEMEWTB Iiriteil at the usual rates. A liberal discount tn Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK Of erary dceription promptly executed lit short notice, on reasonable terms. AliEM'S: '. B. Palmi.ii i our authorised Agent in New Vr rk, Boston ami Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linueus. (J. II. BuncKiiART, Huntsvlllc Wayland & Co., Roanoke. Tiios. G. Shakp. Bleomington. JAMCI Floiie, Middle Fork. J. H. Pinny, Penny's P. (). Powrll &. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. .T. llr.usi.KY. Koytcsville. O. H. Htinnin, Trenton. ("Postmasters generally arc refueled to act as a, rents. (J"A11 oeents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amount-. "fiUSGOW, Missoimi. Thursday Morning;, Deo. 6,1855. Look for the ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 December 1855

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. BEAR OH. B A. M. ErMONnil. Benr on: what tliougli life's tide may be A current strong opposing thee: And thou hast but a slender sail To spread before the adverse gale; When trials lash the waves to foamf And thou art far from friends and home. Yield not tliy spirit to dispair, But manfully the billows dare; High o'er the waters dark and cold, Fix thou the steadfast eye and bold, Bear on, bear bravely on. Bear on. tho world may jeer and scoff, And chosen I'riends may cast the off; Slay not to weep, the brittle chain One stormy wind could break In twain. If thou ha-t found that heart untrue, That was thy hope, thy idol too, Sink not in sorrow's depths profound Dispair cm never heal tho wound. Give to the past no vain regret, The future lies before you yet, Bear on, bear bravely on. Bear on: dost thy repining eye See worthless men exalted high, While modest merit sinks forlorn In cold neglect and cruel scorn ? O never from thy tempted heart Let thine integrity de...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1855

W in m 1 'it (61 a gci to CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PHOPIUKTOH. 5 ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 7 VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1855. NO. 42. TO THE PEOPLE. IT if well known that nervous or sick hfad- 1 iwick I Willis k Rowlsy. Bavamiaand of the an achf. is not onlv n common disease in the Wos-! .i...-.;-,,..,! t Am,,.- liori.- The words. "Wher ein country, hut that it has hppu r mmiilered inpti- aDle. sucn nn anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an effort even torelieve t is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations in part, have induced me to try in my own prac- salc of Dr. John SappinRtonV Anti-Kever Pills, ice a prescription from a distinguished physician allrt mv own Purgative Pills, and Cholera, aiui of the United Slates, which I am pleased to say, ; cholera Morbus. Dysentery. i)iarrho a and Colli has, in nearly every instanre, either prevented a )rp.. These medic...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1855

GLASGO W W E E K L Y T I M E S v. From Jefferson City. IttMtnlwrrii'.r?ftft0O"' Ma. Gar..:,,: The Railroad Hill Irom the ItMtt (a nnw mdeNoiat dleotieeron in the House. The friends of the North Missouri ! Rpftd succeeded to-liiy in engrafting upon it nn amendment, allowing the Company the use of one million of the Slute credit, to In expended Si'iitli of the Hannibal and St Joseph Ro?d. without an OCOOmpanylng pri vate subscription of five hundred thousand dollars, a previously required by tfic bill, This amount of credit, thus secured, is to be expended in the purchase of iron and rollinp stock, upon which, as also upon the road, the State is to bold a Haiti It is sup posed thai by Ibis accommodation, thus granted without any additional risk on the part ef lha Slate, the read will be speedily ccTplctcJ to it junction with lha Hannibal and St. Joseph Road. The bill, as it stands, also gnu. Is the use of or.e million, to be ex pended north of the junction, upon condi tion Ihnt five h...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1855

1 4 GLASGOW W K E K L Y T I M E S k r PUBLISHED KYKHT THURSDAY MORNING BY CLARK H- GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, IHVARIAttLf IX A5 Bj3PMhlbseriptlOM promptly discontiiincil at the expiration of the tune paid t'or.J ADVERTISEMENTS luserted ut the USUal rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WOBK Of iTery description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. "" AgITnYs: 7 V. B. Pai.mf.b is our authorised Agent in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linneus. O. H. Bt'RCKHAnT. Huntsville. Wayi-AKD ti. Co., Roanoke. Thou. G. Shari Hloouiineton. Jamks Flore, Middle Fork. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Honsi.r.Y. Keytesville. G. H. Hurdle, Trenton. ("Postmasters generally arc requested to act a nfents. win-never they have convenient amounts. j GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning;, Dec. 13. 1855. Look for the X A cross fthusX immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has i of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 December 1855

s . .... . GLASGOW W E ERLY T I M E A SACRED MELODY BY WILLIAM PEOCTT. achieved, and at that moment the clock struck twelve. Hereupon he looked around ' surprised and ejacu lated, 'Who would have helieved that an apparition would tell such B lie"? It was nrohablv the iihost of Annanias or Sapphira.' It was some time before the so her maidens understood the joke. and when they did, they evinced no resentment If yon bright stars that pern tint night Be each a blissful dwelling spin r.', Where kindred spirits re-unile Whom death has torn asunder here: How sweet it were at once to die, And leave this blighted orb afur Mix soul with soul, to cleave the sky, And soar away from star to star. But, oh! how dark, how drear, how lone, Would seem the brightest world of bliss. If, wand'ring through each radaint zone, We failed to find the loved of thisl If there no more the ties should I. vine Which death's cold had alone ran sever. Ah! then these stars in mockery shine. More hateful, as they sh...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1855

CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ? INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $ VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1855. NO. 43. TO THE PEOPLE IT is well known that nf.hvous or sick head ache, is not only a common disease in the Wes ern country, butthat it has been considered incu able. Such an anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an effort even to relieve t is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These consideration in part, have induced me to try in my own prac ice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United States, which I am pleased to say, has, in nearly every instance, cither prevented a paroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cured the the disease. Until recently, the medicines com posing the prescription, though known, and sepa Lexington; John T. Norris, Independence, Oar licks & Hale, Liberty) Dickey tt Blue, Brun swick; Willis & Rowley, Savannah; and of the un dersign...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1855

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. Ce &fagoto Chtes. Kansas Pioneer, Extra. Kir-Ksr-oo Citt, K. T., Dec. 12, 1855. Boinn; onre mors nt our posts, nwl linvine laid osiilc our rifles In again resume the Mil anil the labors appertaining therein, wo will give a brief history oflhe late war, which, from the ominous and lowering appearance of the commencement, bid fair to be one f no short duration as the enemy pretended to be upheld tnq supported by the combined fanaticism of the north, which, will atso re ccivo a eMail at home, when conservative northern men learn that prior to the call (f Governor Shannon for men to arrest and put down the rioting of a goodly number of lawless vagabonds, that in every instance the depredations committed were by men who had received ussistance either directly or indirectly from Eastern Emigrant Aid Societies, but as the laws of the Territory have been enforced we will h ave them in the hands of the dilTcrert Sheriff's, where they are before the writing of this a...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1855

THE GLASGOW T.IMES."TheImra3rtal ' ;L Davis"-"Poor PUBLISHED EYKIsY THURSDAY MOKUII'OBY CLARK H- GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, In Alt! A HI' I II AIlVANtl'ji Jgy Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ol the tune ptuil loi.fj) ADVERTISEMENTS inserted ot the usual rate. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK f every description promptly executed at short none, on reasonaoie rerms. AO Bit Til V. B. Palmer is our authorised Agent in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linncus. O. II. Bdhckhakt, Huntsville. Wayland &. Co., KounOAO. Twos. G. Shabp, Blootnineton. Jamii Flose. Middle Fork. J. H. PtKKV, Penny's P. O. PoWEit fc. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. IIorsi.lv. Keytesville. O. II. Hubble, Trenton. ("Postmasters generally ore requested to act as agents. Br All agent9 are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Dec. 20, 1855. Look for the X- A cross (tliusX) immedi...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 December 1855

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES HOME AND FRIENDS Oh, there's n power to maltp rac-li hour At sweet 89 Itenven designed it Nor need we roam to brinjf it home, Though Tew there he that find it! We seek too high for tilings close ly, And loose what Nature found us; For life hath here no charms so dear As Home and Friends around us ! We oft destroy (he present jny For future hopes and praise them; Whilst flowers as sweet bloom at our feet, If we'd but stoop to raise them! For things afar, still sweeter are, When youth's bright spell hath hound us But S0071 we're taught (hat earth hath naught Like Homo and Friends around us! The Friends that speed in time of need, When hope's last reed is shaken, To show us still, that enme what will, We are not quite forsaken: Though all w ere right if but the light From Friendship's altar crowned u, Twould prove the bliss of earth was this, Of Home and Friends around u. SALLY STRICTLAND'S CASE, j i.- tL k. ! UUUniUi: HUH bUD AUb KUI Vlli tu UDl Ul the Blue Devils...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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