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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

^ r-:MmUm&k iiSli ITcyv ScanoiiaMe. f.all ind. Winter ' JCfoodir.Km - .'• ¦ /< :C\citwi&Priee-JS lore,ii,;s-\,ifflf -..-, l. $.,l&iJiii^QB^tp^pfVl^m TQF,f;S.leave m fake^this opr^rfufilty/oirdeS J. J [iil; hit rtiiiitery thinks td-liU! 'l?ri^d»*a*ldlH! tomeii, /or kho ^eitjeTbus patrc^a^^eyLlBi^S (ended jj»h|iiirAi>d'at\tlte same tune-fnfofm"liSI libnt-he hasten i-etiii-rietl fr0&/lJe#l^prfc wi®( large aud -choice kelvetioiv of--- -'<-r' j-i '.' \ -if.% ";|^ I FAA'or 'U-A^p' -X^A-fpE-yDfrY^QBW a fresh ami pi;«i<Mleii|«i.rtment of Oroeeife.ffl virions, i5i«.ts .v Shi«p«;|jlats-''A;Cap^ dBardYdB| Cfos-kefy, D.rugA lfc,XMu;inef^c^a?w"usIi wil|H| sold iiricasli or; rifpdiice,ataj^iws.inalradY,aricS piTces which de'tuis all co.iupe'titi.oiii/i "Fdo-riy,. F>im Fish-<fe Salt, at wholesiiHUViemiiy'TIeYvouidilp! leiiiariv tlMt he- aiftrenrs stfletl^-tiuS-the'.-^rsfemS always naniing tliii l<rtY-e*t*pnci' '&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

Arthur's Kcire Gaasttet i i Tlie (.ubsciibers haY-'e comnlericed iKe" puWicitiun ! of a Now Weekly Paper for Families, Vitlfithe j above title, to be under the er.tiie editorial cuiitruT nf T. S. ARTHUR. wlioVi'.l coiVceiitrate ripqn it all, or nearly all, of his lilt rary lub t<. The design of thk pap-r is chvirly; express 1 iii "tfi' e titlS— j " Home Gazette." It will .tie, emphatfcftliV,'£!pa- per for the home trrc'.e—'a household ciiuipfitiloti npldasnat fireside friend, coming to all with a cTfcerful coiuitunance, rind seikiug, while ifihipaitsiiu- stn.cliou," ttj entertain and.interest all classus of, reader?. A lea«l!ng,fea*u're(*tlieu HnnsbOazcllte" "YVi' .l be a serie-- of origin.i! uouvelleftes by the (Jdi- tnr! Who will fiimisli some four or five of tltbse pictures of domestic life, written iu his best stylefor every volume. The "iH.ime OaZetlo'-'! win'lbe 4he org-.'ii of no party nor sect; nor-will itbVOiej e.xprnient of any of the i*,i\s of the dav. But' i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

ALB ANY & BUFF ALO, Nea York and Erie, Cayuga and Susquihanna Mail Hoods, Seneca and Cayuga Lake* I EVERYBODY'S MABKKT USE 1 iili ^^ THE subscribers are now prepared to receive Freight of all kinds at the following poins, viz : Buffalo, Attica, Batavia, Bergen, Rochester, Canandaigua, Geneva,- Dresden, Ovid, Lodi, Dundee Landing, Jefferson, Havana, Milport, Horseheads, Coming, Elraira, FactotyriUe, Spring Port, Rendder's Ferry' , Aurora, Ithaca, Candor, Owego, Union, Bingliamton, Great Bend, Lanesboro", Deposit and Hancock, every day in the week, (Sundays excepted,) and continue with'regularity throughout' the season. They will attend to forwarding the same to the New York Market,, where it will receive the personal attention of experienced salesmen, who will attend to the selling of the same, and return the proceeds in Bankable funds at either of the above points, to the following persons: Buffalo, Storehouse of Henry Daw; Attica, Storehouse of Henry Syford ; Batavia, Sto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

Eagle/ Fotattdry W»re K*»-n, .NO. 6. PUBLIC AVMNUR. ON hand ..and for jsale cheap' Cooking, Parlor, Shop,i Church and Cool Stoves, Stove Pipe and Ware,r/-timn ana Lead Pipe,'Sheet Iron, Inn CoppeV, Vfire, Zinc, 'Iron Binding, Morticing Machines; Shingle Machines, Ploughs; Iron Scrapers, Corn Shelters, Straw Cutters, "Citi Ware, Saw Arbors, Morters, Sleigh Shoes, Mill Cranks, Jack Screws, Ad. Ac- Iron and Steel of all kinds—finally, all kinds of Castings on hand or made to order. i i WILSON A CO. Montrose, September, 1850. EXECUTOR'S notice. PUBLIC notice is hereby given that letters tcstamentar^have been granted to -Tho's. Shannon, Executor of Ann Shannon, late of Auburn township, deceased, and all persons having any demands against the Estate of the said decedent are requested, to present the same for settlement without delay) THOMAS SHANNON, Ex'r. Auburn", Sept. 15. 1850. i 3S-6w. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE Estate of NehemiJi Baldwin, dee'd. Notice Is hereby given to1 all p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

M0HTB08E BUSINESS DIRECTOBY. L1-' , • ¦ —= 3AU»WIN dc COX—Saddle, Harness, Car-; petBag-and Trunk Mahufactrijcr,'and Carriage Trimmer, Shop on Turnpike street opposite" L LiPoa^icCpV itFEjeo 3AtDWC-. WnJ-tAM u cox, C JSAlDWIn Carries on the Baking and Candy business in all its various branches, one door west of Wilson's Store, Turnpike Street, Montrose, Pa. All lands of Cake, for Weddings or Parties, kept constantly on hand, or made to ¦ . order on the shortest notice. f. JIBWTON—Attorney at Law; Office on Turnpike street, one door East of B. f. Case's Office, Montrose, Pa. K If. BI*nTOCK-^jt«ornev at Law—office removed to Front Room of his residence, two doors east of his former location, in Turnpike itreet, third building from corner of Public Avenue, and nearly opposite M. S. Wilson's Store. June, 1849. KAKKJ. O'BRIEN—House and Sign Painter , Paper hanger, Glazier, Gratner <fc Decorator Shop over J. T. Birchard's carpenter shop ' a few rods cast of Warner's Hotel ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

Dr. Bafferty's Celebrated Family MEDICINES—Aliead of all others, andunani mously approved!—The Production* of a licensed Surgeon and Physician of 20 years prae tical experience. Raffebtv's Balm of Gilead.—Among all the remedies before tlie public, this stands pre-eminent in the early stages of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrah, Cough*, Hoarsne**, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, and for all affections of tho pulmonary organs occasioned by cold. Top much praise cannot be bestowed upon this remedy, and the proprietor urges-any one affected with any of the' aooY-e complaints, to secure it at once. Raffebtv's Famhi- Fills.—The best Family Physic now in the Country for sick head-ache, costiveness, cleansing" the stomach of bile, purifying the blood, carrying off diseased humors and restoring health. Rajeebtvs Female Mostly Pills.—For removing female obstructions peculiar to the sex ar rising from cold or general weakness ofthe system. Also for females of costive habits of body, dyspeptic o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

¦>*%^***BP-'-^^»P^^^^J^^^^^J|^JJ^|' J£tiirtiti WVaX. y—iaiZj???^^^^^^^}^' j IN BAl?Il BOTTtB-Ons WtoSJ^T Th««e M *&*t— Ona tottt* cootainiBt <U v£J£r, _ PrU* tl.0O per flottle, or Six BotOe* Jar |M0. a not,tmfff-i* QUART BOTTLES, utd i, „,,,, ran mtikil ttretiglk and iStcae^n that tn ilie twtali batHa. Tin grrai njxriority of This Prairie* owrSmjin,-, and all other atinUar medicine* , may tn some immure tn i"m» aiood from; ihe following (acta: Fiut—bvcause ft latS' poaaeuea, aa jwrtinuof ita medicaUon, the Fnu Eutxcro/ Sart-ipanlla, Yoliow Dock, Ctterry anJ tteSmfras Bat-ka, more tdvnjtt, mora *o«wt-/»By conaatraled, and larvrr n».n tic* of eaea M llieaepuriflcrt\neachbottte6(\i thancw,lJ«-: . tn o«y bottle of: medicine, called Rrfrwttf SnS*11 Bat, Sfxo.iDLv—beeituw Tills PmTiteratm>Tou^.^ mcdWal <tbacy and ieilinjnrlaa of $*rmil otgr "*"« Kootff, Bnrka, and Tesetoblea, Ihe FuairTiNE pnptrtia of wblielt are snotty sc?m«> Sannnaritta, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 24 October 1850

PAHOCHIAIs SCHOOL of SU Andrew's Church $pringville, Pcnu'a. TKArnrRsl Ret' »-M-SKINNER,Rector, TEACHER*. -j Mtss C. A. SKisirai, Prece-jtrcss. THE Fall term or Quarter, -will commence on tho third Wednesday of October, when it will be the most appropriate and advantageous for students to enter. No students will be received for a less term than one half a quarter unless his abscence is caused by sickness. TERMS: Common English branches, per quarter, f 2 50 Higher English brandies, „ „ .8 60 Higher brandies of Mathematics dt Languages, 5 00 Vocal Music will bs taught one hour each Wednesday afternoon. There will be no contingent, expenses except for fuel. The advantages offered in thU School, it is believed- will not be surpassed by 'any in the country. Particular attention will be given to those preparing to teach,the school being under the pastoral care of the Rector. I THOMAS NICHOHSON,) -rrrnrA'na AMOS WILLIAMS. f Wardens New Firm I THE subscribers have commenced business und...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

! Arr ival of Jenny. jyOn her way from Boston ;to Kupadblphia, Jenny lind &pped ovcrnigbtat JBridgejjorl£! pnn, where Mr.'Bamum resides; and tljic Yankee Editor of the Bridgeport Standard thus facetioukljjcljroniclcs the important event. ., Well, we seen her! Yes, we did 1 It was nine "o'clock at night; ' Not a clond the azure hid— • And the moon was shining bright! When we saw her the immortal Jenny Lind, From a common rail car portal, . As Pat would say—" Vescindl" ! "We saw her rather dimly, ,._ \ ] For the shadows fell down grinvlyj From the cars and things arpundy ,' And her bonnet and her veil ~f Were an eye-proof coat of mail; While the smoke from out tho rail- I Road locomotive •'chiiiibiy," ' ¦ Did in the atmosphere abound.' We did not see a feature ' • I } Of ike ear-enchtntinj creature,} - i \ Nor catch a single smile from her lips; j ¦ , Nor did we-meet a glance "" r • :" ; From those eyes that sq entrance; j \ '.' Bat that hat, and v.eil, and all, I .:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Adv^ifure in a MiU. -_ A gentlemen of New York formerly qf this section, related the following incident, whi|6 wo were enjoying the luxury of a cmI Seabreeze on a hot Bummer's night. The subject of conversation wis, the narrow escapes from death that are often experienced by mankind in the nps and downs of life. When my father, said he, emigrated to Jefferson county in the days of its first settlement he'located with his family in one of tho southern towns, Aruong other improvements on his premises, there had.been"erected one of the 'first essentials to a new settlement—a saw mill. It was one of those old-fashioned concerns common in those days, rigged with'the. huge undershot water wheel, long heavy pitman, and cumbrous saw frame. Those unwieldly wheels are now quite'forgotten in .the improvements that have been made in these agent*, but J' shall never target the end attached to my father's mill. " I was engaged in getting out lumber, when an ' accident Jiappenod to the water...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

The Law of Man-ike.^ [^lajbr Ifoali has always sorne new and sensible ideas upon all subjects of general interest, and we copy his opinion as valuable on thipsubject-of the Law of Marriage.] | f In a recent case tried at brookUn for the recovery of a debt, it was decided by Judge Rockwell that a man living with a woman, jtnd calling her his wile, and informing others that she was his wife, make her so to all legal intents and purpose', and becomes answerable for her debts. He further decided that a person so circumstance d cannot marry while the woman is living whom hi declared was his Wife, without incurring the risk of 'a charge of bigamy. While we concur in the opinion that the man is answerable fertile debts ol a woman who he declares is his wife, and ought of right to be compelled to pay them, we cannot reeogiuze lho further decision, that- he commits the crime of bigamy if he marries another during her lifetime.— The latv of marriage requires something more t'han the m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Reminiscence of Walton's first Voyage Some twenty years since, I formed a traveling acquaintance,' open a steamboat on the Hudson river, with a gentleman, who, on Uiat Occasion, related to me some incidents of the first voyaffe of Fulton to Albany, in his steamhat the Clermont, which I have never met with elsewhere. The eontlemau s natne I have lost, but I urged him. althe time, to publish what he related; which, however, so far as I know, he has never done. ' ' I chanced, -aid my narrator, to be at Allanv on business, when Fulton arrived there in his unheard of craft, which every body felt so much interest in seeing. Being leady to leave and hearing that this craft was to return to Sew York, I repaired on board, and enquired for Mr. Fulton. I was referred to the cabin, and I there .found a plain gentlemanly man, wiiohy alone aim engaged in writW -; "Mr. Fultnn, I presume." * ' " Yes, sir.'' ". Do you retnrn to New York with this boat 1"''i We. shall try to get back, sir.'' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Don't Fret. H = i Has a neighbor injured yout - ''''! ' \„ . Don't fret—" If'ou will come off the best; ; i I %'»the most to answer for, ' j IJiever mind it, let it-rest, , '{ Don't fret" ]'| ?as a horrid li« beea told ? ,. •, J, .„ ' Don't fret-It will run lUelf to death, ¦•'!'< . If you let it qmte alone, It will die for want of breath; : Don't fret . ' i. ii i ' - ¦ ¦ i ' :, Are yOut enemies at.work ? ,'¦'' _ Dnri'tfret, • They can't injure you a whit; ;'; . : If they find you heed them not, ' ... They will soon be glad, to quit; . ' ' '- Don't fret. Is adversity your l«t ? . Don't fret ffortunc's wheel keeps turning round, 1 Every spoke will reach the top, Which, like you is going down ; f. Don't fret ¦ i-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Interesting fiemiBisceoce. = -'•; The Albany Evening Journal of Saturday; feas the following interesting reminiscence: is Twenty-five years ago this day, the Erie Canal was "announced as navigable from Lake Erie to the Hudson River. On the 26th of October, 1825, eight years and four months from the time Ithe work commenced, the Erie Canal was completed and on that day tho'" Seneca Chief," with D«f Witt Clinton, then Governor of this State, Lieutenant Governor Tallmadge, and various Committees'on board, left Buffalo for the Hudson River. Along the entire line of the Canal, within hearing distance of each other, heavy artillery were placed, andTthe starting of the -'ScnecA Chief from Bufialo was carried to the City of Xew York as fast as soiirid could ttavel, and by the same meaas it was »nnnuneed in "Buffalo that this great event was known m Xew York. This was before the present mode of communicating information by telegraph had Ijeen made known; but the plan was so well exec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

-- . .v^tJM^io^h^ldi^gg^t:. A Scotch majorwho tW6^1iilQ^^^^ ^/,r| aword as to fight <rnm&a^W%&$&mt -v i cess ^but whoone^wuntc^his;extr«mi di«ij»l*'-'M quarreling, when. -4-.B-'^«?r«|i<»t^'-;i»ii|l|»'M'4-''^ boasted courage, was dwerteia^ra^i^ k^ M brother cffit^,cJuaeoue,MihM:mtoiin^ >^ 1 piany. There happened to oe present a Yartfaemi "-% officer Of the same regiment, which: '*«*!*$«;&£. tl twned at MpnUeaL , lliis^rankea-^lat^ftw^ 1 other .thinga tlie. toIow.pta'«rt«i "«xn*diti»^S :'l which he h& tile mi»fortrM;fo &*StimS&$3b :' -1 was because you wasaraiwl^t^-a^rantti'*; if served UieJIajor. ^Xottare*a^rii, d3«ri! »«|he". ' A Yankee.» The-conjpjtny.^taretj-i'., TJw.SwtchJBiit^I Golmh did upon David,a4dimmedi«'telyii^^i» -'; 4 you a man to meet me f; T^lt^mm^lM,"ii any time and where yon pl^iffi-iiMmWP^ viso, that we n!eet.wth6ut-.«e<itad*;;:,Wett;-tti*r:- "5 to-morrow rnorrirrig at fiv^tfcl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

4 Eindnessi ' _' K':''' 1 This word feldom begins an article mjmnm '4 per but "cruchyrcr - m^rf^'mofe ofteniisteai 'I -It is a pleasure to record an *& of kih' dneisCi ll painful that we have not frequent oppc^nnirSt^ *! Yet sorfj an act made our heart ^iffl^itiwitli Sf answ love for our 1rind,only a r^^Kfe^Il st&g^^lsr. rH-feiBi-f tgyj^^^ji^ggS' ¦ 1 urtdcT the shade of,a tree. Just then agentlemaa M Observed the'group:' Iiis att^tion;Wa^: p*^la^^ || ly attracted by the child, etiU sUppbrtad O^ttiB arnl ^f of her friend. ^«..':v^ ilv",;---!^ j"' What's the matter, tuf jit&jtof .?> I»"i^ifc:i: p ml, in if kind, soft tone. . ,' " V, '"''\ '¦ . iS j H'ShVssick,air;?repliedtiie'girL ^ ^' *'-: ''";s lll \:'v And are vou taking her home I" • V -. ¦ .• ;' m V'l'm trying, sir."..,' - ., .. :'M I"How far offdoig sjie L' to f." ' ; ,.,, ;.:.,,.;i$£ "Dawnby the-Long Bridge-.'' * .,';.',': ','.'-. ; -S ;"Airiilepr morel .aiid yon wMd;'iil«y,1ji! ' M through ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

A Triflinsr Mistake. o r Some weeks ago, we had occasion to journey a short distance in New Hampshire : by stage, after leaving the railroad terminus. - It clianeed that one Bill V— , a well known warf and punster of that region, was one of the " outsiders " on the way UP'. . Bill is not a bad man. by any manner ,of means. ^but it is also well knnw that he wijll •' partake," or "indulge, "at times,and especially] when-he is traveling. On this occasion, he enjoyeid the com paniouj ship of a mysterious black bottle, tjo whicli he lurn-, ed his countenance so frequently, rn route, that he i even acknowledged himself finalljy, a " leetle onr \ the'bay I" (the nigh horse by thelbve, was a bay !¦ one. and Bill sat on the left side of the bojf! ). | Xfe were pniceedihg quietly alpng, listening- to j-Bill's jokes and drolleries, when, <in a sudden, the ( coach cjtnie in contact with a hugq stone in (he rurj. Bill lost his equilibrium, and tumbled heels ovejhead across the- dash...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

McDoBOUgh,. the Miser Mfllionare. I X fiinncr acquaiuLanceof John McDonougli, the TOillumaTK who died lately in New Orleans, furnisp-¦ e= the Jfevark Advertiser with tlie followingjrenjimsceiKT ol htm:— ? ¦' • | H.-resiJed, fur many years of the lajier pjvrt jpf iris life, m Algiers.a village on the opposite side jpf the Mississippi to New Orleans, where he cplti^a ted and rcaintaitied the strictest habits of inilusfry and economy. His custom was to visit the cfty daily, audrto avoid the expense of the ferry boat, the usual'mode ef cixis«ug, he kept a sniall «kiff,'in wbich he made his house servants row • hint over. The fauiidatioo of his fortune was laid by the'trcuWfer of Louisiana to the United States, w^ en a'larjye tract where New Orleans'is now locatejd was acquired by him. . The rise in value of thts wojuldSof i-self, have constituted at this day a large fortune Tbe income ofhis possession he studiously, an3 wjih much good judgment, invested tn improved: property ia th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

; New Tork State Election. 'Wailmi gfan. Hunt, the Whig candidate for Gov-•ataor, is elected by* small majority, probably from IMS to £000. It is probable that tbe whole'Whig StaWTicket bas-also boea carried. Tbe Whigs -fcave elected 19 and the Locos IS members of Coogmi.- Tbe members «€ Assembly erected,** -near ^i/wewipascertain,are Whigs*!, Locos 47. The Vbigs wil haw a majority of 2 in the Senate and Wiaihe Assembly—giving them a majority of 36 M joint ballot, and securing the election of a United States Senator in place of Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson. . Tarewell.to him. The Free SchooV System -has been adopted by •fte people by a large majority—from 50,000 to 100, 000. . "Wo exceedingly rejoice at this victory of the "Whigs of tbe Empire Slate. Ndt altogether from . the fact that it is a Whig victory, but because the aoble stand which the Whigs of that State hwe taken for Liberty and the inalienable rights of man, *a» keen sustained by tlie people. While »l«r.rt *Aii entir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

' C For the Jtegwter. The Slave Hmtfer,. "'• »st.p.Hisna. ', j See him! ~ -- .' ' . ¦ :£\ Tlie tyrant has come, as the thief in thetught, Like the robhert of graves, he shuns-the daylight; And his mihions gleaming with pistol and steel, Cry down with/Jehovah—to'us lowly kneel: From,the sluices of vice, and houses of game, . The black hearted hunter comes covered in shame. Commanding a people, whose trust is on high To scent keenly tbe breeze that carries a sigh-See! hirelings of slavery here from the Squth, With Am on their lips, a ¦ame ia their mouth. Hear him I « "Slake low thine-obesience—kiss meekly the rod, Thebrib'd voice ef man is the echo of God; ¦ I have blood, unsealed are my delicate hands—Place chains on this freeman, strong rivet his bands: And innocent children tiring to' me, for lo, .1 stand np where Christ stood, long agesago;f A Prince of the Gentiles, and of the Jew's King, While to the flesh monger,' glad tidmgs I brihg^—As good men of old bow'd down to th...

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