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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 December 1845

WATCHMAN JOURNAL. MONTPELt.Etl.TilURSDAY, DEC. 83, 1815. WILL THERE BE ,WA 11? i i Tho news in to-dny's paper, from England nnd from our ownGongrcss nt 'Washington, Is of n deeply interesting character. It is nil about wnr with England on account of Oregon. ' ' It acorns that when the article of the Wnsliing ton Union, claiming till ot Oicgon, wiis received in England, the patriotic demagogues at onco com menced ibullyhig the Government and demanding fierce adherence to all British rights In Oregon. When tho President's Message shall have reached England, theie will doubtless bo n renewal of tho hubbub among the demagogues, and to quiet tho clamor tlioGovcrnmcnt will doubtless keep up the preparation for war, and perhaps officially declare in Parliament, in -well Bet phrases, that the rights and honor of the British throne shttlt bo maintain ed. Still Ht is to be remembered that this same British Government has alreudy offered to concede to m almost one-half of what she claims as he...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 December 1845

(Ksiiethtng lo tliem of slgnifiicanco which would .ircnto unntcessary alarm. Every member of llio Sonnto knivV, mid every man of Intclllgonco know, that uniioci3iuy alarm and apprehension about llio pri s'irvallon of tho public peace was a great evil. It disturbed tho business of tho country, it disturbed tho calculations of men J it.doranged llio pur .mt4 of lifo, nnd even, to a i;roat extent, chained the circumstances of tho wliolo business ot llio country. This truth will bo folt moro es pecially by overy gentleman acquainted or connec ted with tho Buaboard. They all know what an iminimso amount of property was alloat on tho o ee n. carried there bv our citizens in tho prosocu- iini nf lliolr innrilimn norsnlLa. TlioV all knew lliiit a rumor of war. or tho breath of n rumor of war, would affect tho valuo of that property. They nil know what olTect t wou d havo upon insurances, They all know what iniiiionio umounts of properly nn siinro would bo nifectcd bv the ajjitation of pub- ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 25 December 1845

' An idea exists in Emrland that tlio dlaeds6 br blight which this year affects tho potato crop, n,-,t nnvtl vnr tiifhrtt nthor CrODS WIllcll IimV happen to bo committed to thosamo land ns wlicnt or cabbancs for oxamplo. Tho American Minister in London, himself u zealous fanner, has been in terchanging information and inquiries, on tin in teresting subject with gentlemen of high """in monts and consideration who desiro to obtain a Btatement of such facts as may Iwvo boon accurate ly notod in respect to tho potato malady in tlns coim try as for example, how many years, if at all Do foro tho present, and what havo boon tho most ro markablo phenomena nttcnrling tho disease. I rom information or this sort an inference) may bo drawn with some dogroo of confidenco whether tho disor dor has boon produced by rcmarltnblo atmosphoric influences, pervading this country as well as, Lu rope, anil ..icrcforo not to bo anticipated again, but under similar circumstances of sudden transitions from h...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 January 1846

. V E R MO WATCH ST ATE JOURNAL! h. fix so r ! BY E, P. WALTON & SONS. WATCIIiAUNjfc JOURNAL. THU.MS $1 50 cah In advanso 85 00 If payment l not """1 In nlvinc l Inlefail nlway cliargo.l from tno end oftlii) joat. POETRY. Vot tlio Wntclitnan and Journal. TO JANUARY. or Mm. cluv u, w rAMuns. Chief of tlio circling inontlu, old Jun, Tli on com'at with heail cruet i A turiMii of inoW'fhke wren thing l!iy brow, Willi icy plumes boJeoked j A gl'iriotn mantle ii thine, Hung rounJ thv frozpn breast, No Satrap of InJid with ititry gems t' in mittcii (hat gllttciinf vcjt. Thy lor mi are iirmrw nni lltree, old Jan, Wild ihrlekins tnnt they lug, At through the citric furoit? and rocky glons, An J round our too Pi they ring j 'J ho wanderer toe thy frown, Hung in tho twilight ikie. Anl over the wold to the clings light With anxious haste ho Hies. Woo to Poverty slavo, old Jan J Thuu haedest lock nor I itch, Thou fltroweit thy sleet over rugi and itiaw, inrouii nit urea uoor ani union j j; P...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 January 1846

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Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 January 1846

t from ttio Boston Atlas, SANDWICH ISLANDS Honolulu, May Slitli, 1815. Mr.sans. Editors! A brief account of the, for this pirt of tlio world, novel proceedings, which Imvo characterized the opening of tho sossinn ot the Legislative CliamboM, may bo not without in terest to your widely extended renders, who feel uny curiosity in tho politics of this diminutive kin'' duiii. l'robably most of tliom nro tiwnro that, liiUi c.to, government business lioro has been most ir r culurlv conducted; tho discussions being tnoro mtrr tho fashion of Indian Councils, than any thing cls.3 - over which missionary, merchant, or inan-ol-war captain, luvo held altcrnato influence. 'I'ho condcq iciico has been ns inijjlit bo expected n ij. ae, ui -jointed, unequal legislation, adapted nei ther to natives nor ioroigneis. 'I'lio Legislating now called together, consists of tho best men .it tho nation, divided into two houses that of tho nobles, cmlitucing the hereditary utid nowly-croat-cd aristocracy of th...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 1 January 1846

A SAPK BANK. A coteinporary boasts of haying had an intro duction to tho hcroino or tho following sketch nn acquaintance of which ho may bo protn, and a wifo eucIi as Is a " glory to her husband : " t Mr. , a merchant, now residing in Phila- dolphia, who formerly lived in rather nn extrava gant Btylc, was in tho habit, every Monday niorn iiiffi of giving his wifo a certain antn of money for table and other housoholdoxponscs of tho week;' Ho noycr mentioned liis business to his wifo, and she, deeming him siiiTiciently capablo of attending to liis own aftiiirs, never inquired into them. About five years after their inarriago, through slight mis management and tho rascality of liis conhdontial clerk, Mr, suddenly broke, and Ins failuro was niontionod, sympathisingly, on Change, and liko all such matters thorn all sympathy ended. The merchant kopt tho nlliiir a secret, ami tho nrst intimation liis wife had of it, was by a paragraph in tho " Ledger." Shortly niter dinner was over, on tho...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 January 1846

VERMONT WATC1 I'M AN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUAltY 8, 18iG. VOL. XL, NO. 8.--WIIOLE NO. 2047. V 'Pf lfT A IV A IOI1IJ.N A f j Inhout my business no morn perhaps than Yankees! cut off-feeling moroovcrnn n fleet Inn Tor the beast t 1 OXi.Hi.. in iv- 'y u-iviuvij. Generally nro-nnd then thoro was n cast of Ilia J I bestrode, fnHio was nn old family favorite, I una TCIIM3-51 53 cl. in ,lv inset $1 03 if pun.cni l, not mi 1 loatiirc I did not like. Ilesidcs those, ho seemed I on tho point of springing among the pick, trusting In liluici'l Inl'to.t .il.iy chirks J Troll llio c.id "l-'11" "" POETRY. THE EMPTY CRADLE. by mil nssns" r. notiin. Blio ilt liy the crndta itl sndneis nnd selling I And I.uT.Im llm snmll l "'it I"" rilr Infont wo o I Her M.ick-rlbtionr-d lionntt licildo her I, Win?, And il.uk nto Irei feet from tho p illi tl.cy'i o tomo o'er Tor ilio lin, been cut wliprc llm light brodto wm SMcenins Tho drop, from tho Howef., hlcli...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 January 1846

0 D WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. n. p.VAt-ToN,jn.,r,uiTOR. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, MN. 8, 1810. TUB TARIFF. It seems that the Locofocos have committed tlio TaniT to tlio tender mercies of tlio Secretary of tlio Treasury, who is to furiiislitho Commltteo of Ways and Means with a hill. Ono may easily guess what tlio iiill will he, and how it will operate. Tlio doctrino of tho majority of the Committee of Ways and Means of tho last Congress, and of Secretary Walker and the present Committco is, " that no duly bo imposed on any article tibovo tho toiccsl rate which will yield the largest amount- of revenue." It foliows therefore, 1, that all prohibito ry dtdirs will bo abolished : if there is any article of American production which requires this kind of duties, it must cease and give place to tlio ioreign aiticloi nul 2, that all protective duties must bo abolished -that is, in every case whore large im portations of any article at a low duly will produce more revenue than small importations ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 January 1846

Mr. Douglass, or III., Imped tlioro might bo no dodiinff, but lhat gentlemen would como out boldly. Ilo n-nroacliod llio partisans of Tcxns for thoir in-ilHK-ronco about Orcffon, and talked about tlio " catnti" lhat was now playing. Mr. Ilolnios, of S. C. commenced a speech in whlcli ho avowed his belief that war would bo tho result of these movements but that, Instead of tho paltry preparations proposed, it would bo necessary to voto tho sum ors'JO.OOO.OOOatlhe outset. Hero Mr. II. wns called to order for irrelevancy, and took his Boat. - Mr. Adams rose and there wns it goneraH- sation throughout tho Chamber. Uy some fiction of tho rules, lio was allowed to deliver his senti ments upon the Oregon controversy, which all seemed extremely anxious to hear. '1 heso wcro in KdliBlnnnn na fnllnwfl! Ho was in favor of giving tlio notico to Great Iliitain, mid had tnovo.l it last session. Ho did not believo that war would bo tho result tlioro was no necessity for war. Ho would not voto for ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 8 January 1846

The Moimibs. Tho Sangamo (111.) Journal apprehends ovil eoiiscijuencos to thin country Irom tho removal oftho Mormons to Oregon. 1 lioy nro sain 10 numuur buhiu iu.uuv, ........ v the Government of tho United State-, and many of .i n i:i.n.. . , lilnttf. in t ho Journal a mum .11110111111.11, uuu inw nvr -- - ... , , 11 judgment, to act in concert with the British in all their design'. Tho attention of our government to this matter in asked. .... . ... .. A correspondent of tho New York lribuno, writlnjr from Springfield, Illinois, tinder tho dale or Doc. 17th, communicates soma Btimling develops inonts concerning tho Mormoru. Ho says : Tho Grand Jury oftho U. S District Court, now in session here, have for tho put week boon inves tigating the stato ot affairs nt Nauvoo. Tho result 19, they have found twelvo indictments, (mostly a gainst tho hoid irten of tho Mormon Church) for countertoitinjf tho coin of the United Stales. A mongtho number indicted nro llrigham oung, President of "...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 January 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 184C. VOL. XL, NO. 9.--WHOLE NO. 2048. WATC I1MAN & JOURNAL. Tr.TlMS t W cftth In tulvtinco J $9 00 If payment U not mndo in advance i Intcrost ohvny chnrged from tuo end of Ida yent. JPOETltY. "THY WILL m DONE." 11 Come hither, (Jporjro nnd Marian, Como hither, IsM-ello,' Thu fpnko nyoutliful nmthrr, Anil tail licr occcnts fell. Anil Oeorgc, llie rosy, dnrk-pyod roguo, Cumo hounding nt her will Ami Unhcllo, tho dnrlinir, ' And Morlan, meek nnd null, "Now If you oflcr prnyfrs tohoaven, And each hut one might uny, Tor wliM, my prrciom clilldron, Would you thlfl moment prny J" 11 Oli ! I would prny that God would cnd III bright Heaven down to earth, Nor ttikn from Ills locd ones l' Hold Oeorgn In thnuglitlem mltth, 11 And I, tmld loving Icnhrllo, Would nk, my rinrlhu; mother? That o miyhl ilio lopcthcr Thou, Marfan, I nml brother!" Then Mntlnn rained lui thoughtful eyes, Our liilla...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 January 1846

TT WjA'liCUIAN & JOURNAL. VI 1 . r.WAI.TOiV.JR. EDITOR. JKONTPliLtER-, THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 181G- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. -Washington County. Atitl-Liconso ticket elect' tad by 100 majority. Vrktins, Lamzillt and Grand Isle Counties. Re- ported agaiiut licensing, the former by about 200 majority. i'YanWiii, Orange and Bennington Counties. 1 A censo ticket elected. Chi'tlemeii County. Antl-Licon3o ticket D33, Li censes 1012109 majority for licenses. Windsor County.- 17 majority against licens ing; last year 378 tlio otlier way. llidland County. Against licenses by S00 or 000 majority ; last year the otlier ray. Mdison County. Against licenses by an in creased majority. Windham County. W towns givo778 for license cs and 5G8 against; the majority for licenses will be between 200 and 3C0. ' THE TARIFF. The Worcester (Mass.) Spy publishes the follow ing letter from Mr. Hudson, the Representative from tho Worcester district, with the remark tint tho opinions therein advanced are sustained...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 January 1846

us- whole of Oregon, forthwith giving tho notico and following it up with turned occupuion. Ilo niiinitteu that thoro would bo inoro iiifflcuHy in scttlinj; tlio question now than thoro would linvu been nt any timo during tltc past twenty yoara. Tlio fmitt wns In the nogUgonco of thoo who nil rninislorod tho ntWirs of both governments. Mr. McOrnard of Illinois, followed, una on tlio oarnosidp, nnd spoke ono hour, regretting that ho had not further timo to expatiate on tho ndvanta ,, i i, .li.ritin.l Trnm tho settlement of Orccon. tin eliii.vml il.nt Orciton would not be worth rnntondimr for. however, if wo surrendered tho part north of ID to Now Hrlluin. ' Friday. Dec. 0. Tho Scnato did not sit and most o! tho members wcro in tho other House, listening intently to the n.- .tnlmlo. It U nmv hnllnvpil that a inajiirily of tho Senate aro opposed to giving Uritnin notico t0 ll"Vi.n ltr,nan nf 11 nnrcspntntives. nearly tlio whole session was employed on tho Oregon debate, and wo shall ha...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 15 January 1846

1 AMERICAN' INSTITUTE, PAMREIIS' CMJB DncfiMnRu 10, 1815. The proper time or culling Woodjor Futl or for 1 ' Timber. Col. Clark-It h observed that about the middle of August, no ligneous matter Is formed in trees. After tlio sap ceases to run it w proper to cut cith er for fuel or timber. When tlio lall of tlio lenf takes place, wo may begin to cut, and bo until and before tlio sap begins to run again. All ttces grown In donso forests arc found to bo mora perishable than those grown in open froo expanses. Tlio best English oak timber ia so grown, and tlio ago of the trees must bo taken into consideration thoso of malum (rrowlh ato best. Yow trees havo been found in England thirty-two feet in diameter, but noiiow, growing on tno cimm urns. .Ifr. Pitt, nt JVnn JcrseuCui vour wood forfil cl or timber (as tlio old saying is) in tlio old of tlio moon ! in August i , , . ; Mr. Macomber agrco to that maxim. It is best to cut out trees in tlio vcstorn forests at that time, thov do not then ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 January 1846

D VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 184G. VOL. XL, NO. 10.--WIIOLE NO. 2049. i i i "WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. POETRY."" i to oil. TUB OLD CLOCK ON THE STAIRS. llV II. W. LOKO ELLOW, Bomewlmt back from th tiller meet btands the old f..l.ioued country icat. Acro il nntiquo portico Trttl pophr trcet their rimdoni throw And Itom m muiwn m An ncini ume-pieco Forevernever I Never forever l" Hnlfoav up the itnin It tanJf, And pofiiti and beckon with it handt From itt cm of mutilve oak, Like a monk, who under Ms cloak Crom-i Mmclf, and ilaln. nl.ti, With inrrowful voice to all who pan, " rurcver never! Never forever 1" Br day iti voice li low nnd light, Hut 1 the ii1nt dead of night, DlMinct ai n pjsilng fcoUtep'j fall, It echoci ulomr tlio vacant hill, Along the cetlinttt olonn tho floor, And seems to fay at each chamber door, Forever never I Naur forever 1" In thnt mansion mrd to ho Free hearted Uospital'iiy, Ills treat fiit' ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 January 1846

WAT 11 WAN & JOURNAL. , . l.raVAt.To.NfJiiMuniToit. MO.VTPlU,IEIt;TlIURSDAY, JAN. 22, ltfid. OALtron'NIA. Tho American Roview (whig) for January cen taurs nn claborato ami nblo article in favor of pur chasing California Upper California at least. Up per California extends from 33' to '12' joining Ore gon six degrees nbovo tho slate lint and three bo low it. Of this territory '10,000 squaro miles is extremely fertilo and beautiful, but all tho rest is barren. Wo quoto from tho article : "Wo have left ourselves but small tjnacc forrcf- crenco to tho cll'orts of tho United States to become possessed, by purchase from Mexico, of this or tion of her territory ; but, fortunatoly, little is rc quired. Wo havo, indeed, upon this subject no authentic information whatever. In tho Mexican letter of tho London Times, dated Sept 29, 1815, to which wo havo already made allusion, wo find tho statement purporting to bo made on authority, tiiat 'on the Gtli of August, 1835, Mr. Forsyth, Min iste...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 January 1846

CONGRESS. SATimn.ir, Jan. 10. I No session of llio Sonato to-day. House. 'I'lio Iloiiso was occupied for nearly two hours to-ilny on a question of previlego, by Air. lltidson, of Massachusetts. Artcr some unimportant Ilcporls from Coin mitlcc.i, iMr. Iltiflsoti sent a copy of Thursday s f'nioti to tlm Clerk's desk, whero it was read, l'ho nttack was signed ly John 1'. llciss, one of tlio ed itors. Air. Hudson then made somo remark, dofondiug liltnsolf in tlio remarks lie had made on Thursday, riliout the delay in Printing tlio l'uhlic Documents. Ho was frequently interrupted hy Mr. AlcConiicll, of Ala. Air. Hudson said ho would leave Ids onso to llio House, whether an oll'icer of tlio Uottso should make such charges upon n member of this House. Air. Davis, of Ky., introduced a resolution that J. P. Heiss, n person employed in tlio service- of this House, having mado an attack upon one ol its members, be dismissed from said 6urvico. Air. Duvis was proceeding to speak on this ques tio...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 22 January 1846

WINTER EMPLOYMENTS. " Now shepherd), to your hnlplesa chiirRO ho kind It tills tlio raginn y cut, ami nil llielr pens Willi fond t will) IoiIro them bolow Iho storm, Ami watch thorn ettlcl." Next to man's duty of providing for himself and his own household, is that of rol lovms, to tho ex tent of his power, tho wants ol his follow men in coneral. and next to that, is tho duty, (to stiy notli fni? of interest.) of protecting nnd nourishing the nnlmals placed under Ids care, and from which his own comforts nro so largely derived. Winter is indcod a season of gloom nnd unhappiness totlioso who aro in need of food, raiment or shelter ; and in truth, however well provided tho farmer and his family may bo in theso respects, ir ho has tho com mon sympathy of humanity, ho will find himself n stranger to poaco of mind, while- any of tho ani mals dependent on him aro'misoroblu from hunger or oxpnouro ; hut let every individual of his iloclis nnd herds, receive tho lull enro nnd attention requ...

Publication Title: Vermont Watchman And State Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont watchman and State journal. — 29 January 1846

VERMONT WATCHMAN & ST ATE JOURNAL. BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. MONTPELIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 184G. VOL. XL, NO. 1 1 .WHOLE NO. 2050. WATCHMAN & JOURNAL. TCIIMS $1 SO cauli In advance $3 00 If payment l nol miuU In mtrancoi lntircit olwnyi cliargtd from tho end ofllio yenr. POETRY. From IlootVn Maf arlno ftn.t Comic Mlicellony. TIIK LADY'S DllEAMi Thf lady 1y tnlierberf. Iter couch io warm Ann on, But Iter lie p win if Mien and broken ttill ) Tor 1 urning often and oft rrom lide lo idot ihe muttered ftnu moaned And tossed her arms nloft. At hit ulio started tip, And pnrcd on tho vnrant Air, With a look of nwe, as If 1iq saw Some dreadful phantom there ) And then In tho pillow sho buried her face from i ilium 111 to bear. Tho very ruruln booli, Her terror was ao extreme, And tlm lijtht that fell on the brolder quilt Kent a trcniubm gleam t And her volco was Imltow, and iliook a shit cried, " Oh met lhutafuhlreaml "Thilwoarr, wcory walk, In the churchyard' dismal ground 1 A...

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