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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 December 1855

&c t kip i me CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 5 ONE DOLLAR PER ANN! INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORN TNG, DECEMBER 27, 1853. NO. 44. TO THE PEOPLE. IT ii well known that NF.nvotn or sick head ache, is not only a common disease in the Wes ern rountry, but that it has been considered incu able. Such nn anomaly, indeed, have medical eien believed it to be, that an effort even torelieve t is rarely attempted, and .n endeavor to cure it, tilljess frequently made. These consideration" in part, have induced mc to try in my own prnc- ivr u jiichi 1 1 in inn 1 1 out a uisiiuguisiieu puysiriau aisiressmg iiiscase, nervous or sick iicaiiariic. n, nn ,p I inmai ik, nrnF. ei ..... ,-. t , I, .......... I 1m. lieve, prelend to treat the disease with (he expec tation of doing much good, may know something of the effects of the medtcine, I will remark that it is an alttratirt, n'rvovs stimulant, and foiu'c. I will further state that nervous or sick headache is ....

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. — 27 December 1855

v. G LA S 6 O VV W E E K L Y TIMES. Stnelp enpies of Thk Timks. put UJ HI trrappeis, i an always be had at the office at Art cmts a copy, fpy Yearly advertisers arc rr".trie1rd fn their legitimate !msiii"ss. Olhrr advertisements will be chareed at regular rates. MFHq charge for Iflttrtlftf dealh, hul fifty cents per ftpiaro Will he c barged for obituary no tices to be paid In advance. (JjS"'M)p charge for marriage notices ie li ft to IhtVldffnMMDj and will be acknowledged in On? paper. Where editorial notice of advci tlcm''iit is requested, it will be ijivrn and eh a rued for. Mr. Fuller of Pennsylvania and his An tecedents. Correspondence cf Ihc Baltimore American. Washington, Dec. 8, 1SG5. Air. Fu'ler lias nhvnys been a consistent "old line Henry Clny Whig," nnd is r liaps the most modernte man nn the Ne braska question ihtt there is nny probability of electing, so long as llie democrats holil their extnme position on this excitingly J" ry JJ T f question a position that the antec...

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. — 27 December 1855

r si GLASGOW WE E K L Y T I M E S . 0 PUBLISHED KVERY THURSDAY MORNING BY CLARK H- GREEN, At On Dollar per Annum, IWARIAIt 1 -V 11 AlDTANCi: (Subscriptions promptly dlSCOlrtilWed at the expiration of the tunc paid tor.CJ ADVERTISEMENTS tueerted at the usii.il rate?. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK Of every description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. Pa i.m En is our authorised Agent in New Tork. Boston and Philadelphia. C. IionusiAN, LI nostra. C5. H. Burckhart, Huntsville. Wavland & Co., Roanoke. Thos. G. .Sharp. Bloomimrton. Jamh Florl, Middle Fork. J. II. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell fs Co., Cambridge, W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. HoRSLr.v. Keyteeville. O. If. Hi-rule. Trenton. figgPostmnsters gcncrnlly are requested to act as neents. (J5 All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever thev have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Dec. 27. 1855. Look for the X- Across (thusX) immediately before the name,...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 December 1855

GLASGOW W E E K LY T I M E S . FALL AND WINTER., GOODS. A. STROUSE & CO., RESPECTFTLLY informs the citizens of Howard and adjoining counties , tlinl they row have in store a large and well selected slock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, consisting of LAUItS IJHtUS KUUliS Of pvcry Hprription, latrst Mvles and very rhnapj Cloths, Cnsimercf, Vesting, c, Kc UAT.Q ANin nAP.Q HATS AND Boots Shoes. And every description of Goods utnully found in n Dry Goods House. Our stock of RBADY-M 4DB t k i hi; Is lanre and complete, nnd in this department we will not he undersold hy any house in the upper country. Thankful for thejiatronajre heretofore received we respectfully solicit a call ami examination of our present stock and prices, feeling assured both will be found satisfactory. A. STROUSE & CO. Glasgow, October 25 lm OrTi:8ERVE CltElHT FOR TT H B fol lowing it from a distinguished mcin X her of the medical profession. St. Pavi.. .limitary 1, 1850. Prof. O. J. Wood Dear Sir: Unsolicited...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 January 1856

M . CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T ?f)L:JB)LvBULTDiilL SKID 0P1LU , - ONE DOLLAR PER ANMJM, INVARIABLY IN ADVAKCE. "' VOL. 1G. GLASGOW, MO. , THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 185G. NO. 45: TO THE PEOPLE. IT Is well known that nerves or sick head ache, Is not only a common disease in the Wes rn country, but that It has been considered incu ble. Such an anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an effort even to relieve Is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations n part, have induced me to try in my own prac tice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United Slates, which I am pleased to say, .Bas, 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 o...

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. — 3 January 1856

G L AS G O W W E EI LY' TIMES ut which (hey would fall in easy prey, il ot to foreign foes, to internal vice . For these reasons, (he1 American Party will re litt any and all attempts, wherever or by whomsoever made, to deny its full and free use to the people of their homes, or to their - children in the publics school, since from il they derive the first, test, and most dura ble lessons of virtue, morality and freedom. Believing that the continued Union ol these States is to us the only security for all that we hold dear, and to the world, the on ly sure premise of ultimate universal free dom; recognizing the fearful responsibilities which rest on those who enjoy such marked privileges as ours; satisfied that sectional divisions, party conflicts, and the corrupt use of certain exciting- questions in various portions of the country, lead inevitably to the destruction of that fraternal regard which must exit to secure the perpetuity o' the Union, and of that deep devotion to it whic...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 January 1856

f GLASGOW WEE K L Y T I M E S REsi THE GLASGOW TIMES. H7BLISRED EYKEY THURSDAY MOHIimO BY CLARK H. GREEN, At One Dollar per Annt,xn, IXVAIUAIILY IN ADTAXCK. (E3T3ul)cnption promptly discontinued at the eipirnliou of the time paid for.JJ ADVERTISEMENTS IiMtrUd at lbs usual rate. A liberal discount to vurly Advertisers. JOB WORK Of avary description promptly executod at short notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. Palmer is oilr authorised Agent in New Torlr, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bondman, Linneus. O. H. BtTRCKIIART, Ilutltsvills. Wavland & Co., Kounoke. Thos. G. Sharp, Fdonmington. James Flour., Middle Foik. J. H. Pennv, Penny's P. O. Poweu. & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Honsi.Ev, Koytosville. C. H. Hi.BHl.E, Trenton. (JI'ostmasters generally arc requested to act as sp-ents. (JJAU agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MlSSOrill. Thursday Morning, January 3, 1856. Look for the X A cross (tlmsX) immediately bef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 January 1856

9 G L A S G O Wi W E E K L Y T I M E S - . ?XB BROTHERHOOD. T W. SIIfCLAin BIRD. Look around thee, there are otherf On the earth besidea tliysclfi Tliy heart tellt the they are brothers, Though unblest with friends or pelf. Fuor and wenl, depraved, iinbruted, Of one father are we all; 1 Thou like them, with hemt polluted, Fceli the evils of tho full. By the blnod-Jwe.it and the anguish, And the infTiringn on the tree, They were ransomed, tho' they languish In their life long misery. Why then in thy heart degrade them? All have blood and soul thesnme; And the mighty Cod who made them . Knows the meanest by his finme. Go forth, then, with heart all lender, And let love attend thy voice, To the friendless succor render. Make earth's sighing ones rejoice. With thy strong right arm upbearing ' Those to i weak to stand alone; Bid hope shino on tho despairing, And to bread dare turn the stone. Oh! ,the heart hath wondrous power! And a sigh may save a soul, And tlie timely word's a tower, A...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 January 1856

t 4 iMIU'. UUJJ-JUUH.'J 'JW-'U I - HIIJT'UIBI Jr JIH.'IBiAJViJHJI,P 'JW1 UH...1IW I'fjri I.IJ J-r'I'i CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR I VOL. -16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1856. $ ONE DOLLAR PER ANKtM, ? I K V A R I A r I. Y IN A J. V A , ( F. . J NO. 46. TO THE PEOPLE. IT is well known that nervod. or sick head ache, is not only a common disease in the Wcs trn country, but that it has been considered incu able. Such nn anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that ancfl'ort even torelieve is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations rl part, have induced me to try in my own prnc 'ice a prescription from a distinguished physician of tht United Stales, which I am pleased to say, nai. 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...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 January 1856

( G L A S G O W W E E It L Y TIMES ever and abort necessary expense tnd re pairs? I do not believe it Will. ' Nor do t believe it ctn be completed on the termi pro posed. After deducting the accruing inter est from the amount for which the bonds re sold, there is no likelihood of turn suffi , eient remaining to complete the road. What 'then? I shall be asked. Is the road to be abandoned? In reply, I say unhesitatingly, if the teal question if to be, whether the people arete be taxed to complete the road, or the latter is to be stopped, fur the pres ent at Jefferson City, the last alternative is preferable: , The people did not go into this scheme, expecting to be taxed, tbey have given no indication since, of their willing nets to bear this additional burthen -and until -they do, I shall set n-.y face against any plana, the necessary results of which re to be an increase of taxes. It is our plain duty to keep faith with them, and till plainer duty, when their burthens ire to be incr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 January 1856

2 GLASGO W" WEEKLY TIMES. THE GLASGOW TIMES. f TOU8IUD XTEBT THVBtDAT XOERIKO BY - CLARK H. GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, ("Subscriptions promptly discontinued tt the aspiration 01 me lime paiu lot.jgjj ' advkbtTibhihti laatrtaa tt tfa usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. jobwobk W rry description promptly executed at ihort ' notice, on reasonable terms. AOKNTBt V. B. Palme ii our authorised Agent In New ion, notion ana I'linaueipnia. C. Boadman, Linneus. O. H. Bdbckhart, Huntiville. Watland k. Co., Roanoke. Thoi. d. Sharp, filoominrlon. James Flore, Middle Fork. J. H. Perny, Penny's P. O. Powell k Co., Cambridge. , W. A. Wilson, Manhall. . W. J. Horslev, Keytesville. G. H. Hubble. Trenton. ""rPostmasters generally are requested to act as trents. All amenta are requested to remit by mail waenever tuey nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, January 10, 1S56. Look for the X. A croat (thus X) immediately before the bame, signifies that the tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 January 1856

f-rr G L A .S G O W W E E K L . Y, TWILIGHT. BY THE KIT. T. IICMFSTEAb. Wlien the duy's dvnrting glances From the lonely mountains fade. And llie sunset's golden lance . Pierce no mors Die leafy glade; VVricn (lie plume of darkness stenlinp; Round me? wraps the wave and hill, Comes liush'd and holy feeling O'er me in the twilight alill In the veil'd nnd solemn twilight. In the twilight toft and still. O, the thronging recollections Of the day's whose light is o'er, O, the glow of young affections That shall clasp my heart, no more Rise around me shrouded faces, Warmed to life at Fancy's will. Smile from their accustomed places In the twilight soft end still In the veil'd and solemn twilight, In the twilight loft and still. Skies with gorgeous sunsets gleaming, Velvet slopes with daises gay, Temples rcar'd for boyhood's dreaming, Boyhood's laugh and reckless play; Willowy ways, the starlike splendor Shot frr.m eyes whose glance could thrill- Summer eyes and voices tender, Haunt me in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 January 1856

Lc ' I' CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 185C NO. 47. ' TO TUB PEOPLE. IT ii well known that mitvoos or iicic iifad aciii, l not only a common disease in the Wes- Lexington John T. Morris, Independence, Gar lick. Ii. H ale, Lit.cityj Dickey & Mine, Brun swick; Willi. ic Rowley. Savannah nnd of the uti- rn country, buttiiat it has been considered incu- ten's Sick Headache Remedy, prepared by Dr. note, audi an anomaly, indeed, have medical j Win. Price," are blown in the bottles, jo that the men believed it to he, that an effort even torelicvo public cannot, by observing proper caution, be im- I engaged also, in the manufacture and ? 7. . V . ----" : nuooo canon is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, I mur,' upon, till less frequently made. These considerations I1 I am .till i sale or ur, Jonn ttappingion-s' Aiui-rever rins, and my own Purgative Pills, and Cholera. and Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, i)iarrh(ra and C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 January 1856

X GLASGOW WEERL Y TIMES. over sectional prejudice and the political rrrors of the Jay, and the Stato of TeM returned to the Union at slie was, wilh so cial institution which her people liud rho en for themselves, and with express aree went, by the re-annexing net, that she should he Miscrplible of subdivision into a plurali ty of Stales. Whatever advantages the interest of tha Southern Slates, as such, gained by this, wnre Car inferior in results, s lliuy unfold ed in the process of time, to those which sprang from previous concessions made by the South, To every thoughtful friend of the Union, to the true lovers of their country, to all who longed ami labored lor the full success of this great experiment of republican in stitutions, it was cause of gratulation that filch an opportunity had occurred to illus trate our advancing power on this continent and to furnish to the world additional assu rance nf the strength and stnbilily of the Constitution. Who would wish to see Flor ida s...

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. — 17 January 1856

... mtm i..i'aiuii'.,'. !iu' iniu.il nw. rrcrz GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. THE GLASGOW TIMES. PUBLISHED ETERT THOKSDAT MOENISQ BY CLARK H. GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, IJrVAIHAIIMtHrADVANCE. Subscnption promptly discontinued at tin expiration of the time paid for. .3) AOTBBtltEXENTS asserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertise!, job"w"oek Of averr description promptly executed at ihort nonce, on reasonaoie terms. Afil'.KITHI V. B. Palmer is our authorised Agent in New fork, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linneus. G. H. Bvbckhart, Huntsville. Wavland fc Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Sharp, Bloomington. , James Flo hi, Middle Fork. J. H. Pehny, Penny's P. O. Powell 4. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wn.sox, Marshall. W. J. Hobiley, Koytesville. O. H. Hobble, Trenton. QfPostmastors generally are requested to act at agents. (Pgr AH agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, January 17, 1858. Look for the X. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 January 1856

1KIJUIJUI llll. HI GLASGOW2 WEEK LY' T I'M E S THE F ASM EE. Due the farmer dig the dirt? Ayr, nyp; Does ha wear coarse aliirl? Aye, aye; And if hi neck is brown With the kisses of the sun, la he lot gentleman? Nay, nay. Don tlir farmer plow and sow? Aye, aye; Does he wield the spnde and hoe? Aye, aye; And if his hand is hard, And if hit feet is roughly shod, Shall we give him less regard? Nay, nay. Does the farmer work at all? Aye, aye; Labors he for great or smnllj Aye, aye; If from out the farmer's store Cnmes the bread for rich and poor, Should we honor him the more? Yea, yea. Give the farmer then his due; Aye, aye; Though he serves, he's muster too, Aye, aye; And may Heaven its blessings shed TDnwnupnn the farmer's head, Till we cease our cry for bread, Aye, aye. Congress. The Providence Journal takes the fol lowing philosophical view ol ,the doings of Congress: "Congress deserves well of the country. Three weeks have gone by, and as yet no mischief has been done. No absurd act...

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. — 24 January 1856

i CLARK H.GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADV. iNNL'W, I VAK(. $ VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1856. NO. 48. TO THE PEOPLE TT li well known that mtToni or sick hsad Lactic, i nut only common diKur in the Wet ern country, but that it hat been considered Incu- X able. Such an anomaly, indeed, hare medical men believed it to be, that an effort even to relieve it rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, ' till leta frequently made. These eonsiderationi n part, have induced me to try in my awn proc ,'lce a prescription from a distinguished physician ot the United States, which I am pleased to say, Bat, in nearly every instance, either prevented a paroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cured the the disease. Until recently, the medicine com posing the prescription, though known, and sepa rately used for hundreds of years; have never been understood or appreciated ascomnined and applied to the cure of nervous diseases. The quest...

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. — 24 January 1856

G L "A" S" G 0 V W E E K L Y T I M E S peially th vWws of Hamilton in th FJ walist, and shaw that th objections of the WesSilent wer Intended, by ttiB framers of th Constitution, ta bs ' considered by the two Iluuiet of Congress, end entered nt large upon their JournaU, befor the recon sideration of a bill.' i The Supreme Court of the United States has decided that a long and uninterrupted practice, under a statute, is good fviJence of its construction 5 Cranch, 22.Tliesame principle is equally applicable to the Coh-.j tilution. Let us examine, therefore, thel practice of the Federal Government, under the clause of the Constitution in question, nd see what evidence it furnishes of its con struction. The first veto uiic, r iiie Federal Consti tution was April 5 1792. The entry upon the Journal is as follows: ' A message was received from the Presi dent of the United States, by Mr. Lens, his Secretary, who, by command of the Presi dent, returned to the II use the bill passed by two Ho...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 January 1856

G L A S G O W WE EK L Y T I ME S CTE GLASGOW TIMES. PUBLISHED SYERT IHUBSDAY MOBNINGBY CLARK H. OREENi At One Dollar per Annum, nrARUDLvn advance. (J5"8ubscriptions )romp1ly discontinued at tin xplration of the time paid for.2 advsrtiTements Inserted at the mual ruled. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers, jobwobk Of rrerj description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. A GKJfTTSi ' V. B. Palme is our authorised Agent in New fork, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linneus. G. H. BoncKHABT, Huntsvillo. . . Wayland It Co., Roanoke. Tiios. G. Sharp, Bloominglon. James Flors, Middle Pork. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell . Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Hobslky, Kcyteeville. G. H. Hubble, Trenton. (T Postmasters generally are requested to act as nt'nt. (All agents arc requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, January 24, 18E6. look for the X- - A cross (thuX) immediately before the na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 January 1856

GLASGOW WEE K L Y x T I M E S - LOVK SICK5ES3 The following burlesque upon the love-sick sentimentality, to much of which i now going (be rounds of the papers, it recommended as t sure antidote for all who ar Jbat way inclined: O! list to me Liaiy, Yon tweet lump of candy 1 - ' Love make! me feel dizzy, Lik sugnr anxi brandy: My vision in reeling My brain arc all burning Ant) the aweet renm ul feeling Is curdled by churning: For my heart neath my jacket Ii up and down jumping, And keeps such a racket With its thumping and bumping. O! show me one smile 'tis my last suppli calionl I crave nothing further 'twill be my sal vation? O! Lizzy I'm worsted I feel it all over! I'm done up and bursted A broken down lover! The joys of my bosom Have cut stick "and vanished; I knowed I should loose 'em When my true love you banished; ' 4 Tho world has grown dreary, I'd sackcloth of sorrow, Of lite I am weary, And I wish that to-morrow Would dawn on my grave in that peace giv en valley, Where I'd ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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