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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 July 1843

^ffW^?RK TRIBUNE. SSrW-YORX DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED 181 rVERV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, ?ER . x /arrosiTEfiTv Hall.) Nbw-Yi ^5^1? Ciiv Snbscribers for NINE CENTS pa II?ftSto?"W?. Uwyompayiaadrance at the rl'r'^rZX. 01 a year at die same rate. Singh >^ TWO CENTS. Matt Subscriber* Si per annum; SlpfJ 1 jujj tbr paper in no case continued Wond the * r" which it i* l"?>c- Snbscription? taken for Six tff*, V^fference allowed on Daily Exchanges w ith any other P***1' Terms of Advertising: *rv LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 Cents. Tip i. "* for each subsequent insertion.26 " " m for Six insertions, <>r one week... SI 60 " I, " for Twknty-Fivic insertions.i 00 " rry* ijoaK?Advertisements at e<;na!Iv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE i Very Large Paper, for the Country, urvBLisHEO kvkrv SATtjKDAV Mostrrtrto irtJielovr "pnce of-TWO DOLLARS per annum; in advance ^^ggiAOEs, Religious and Funeral Notices, not ex r^jiiigfue lines. 'L> cents._ ^THE...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 10. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of sf.^TfCXY. To Advertisers.?The circnlatioa of the Weeklv TsJStTi*! in th* W?itern pait of tha Star? of New York, the Sate* of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois, we be? lieve i? not exceeded by that of any Othei pay-r printed in the Usited Sta'.es. It is therefor- a most desirable and ad vanttgeons medium for advertis.n.:. A limited number of advertisements only inserted. Terms ? cents per line for the first insertion. Advertisements most !*? Itanded in by TVeduesdiy evening at 9 o'clock. tjr** Persons wishing to subscribe f. r Tnr Tribpne oi FHILADF-LPHit.aud the adjoining Districts, will be sert-d r~ srularlv ever-.- day On the arrival ol the car* at 12 o cIock. noon, it the low price of M cents per month, by leaving thearnanies with the undersized. S, ? - , ies two c-it?. The w eea . Iv Tribune per No. er cents. E. ?? <--Ai.?. * Forum Office, Phimdelijhis. rr?" Wanted, sn Ag?nt for this taper u pROTinr^cr R....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 July 1843

j ^jth the Bank in consequence of the President'* 'IkinC di-cnunt? for the people of Plain6eld instead of kTrinl'the fnnib for him, and that he has made a sin^li nin loa the Rank for specie. We don't know how true this av b<- hur that a large number of the notes of the Bank ure not with no regular Cashier's signature we do know. Thompson's uaefal and accurate Bank Note Reporter contains the following valuable informationt fVfrvlation, and tecuries held for the circulation, of each fnebank in the Stale, on the 1st July?aggregate state? ment: Countersigned notes now outstanding.$3,i54,*iQ S?crtred'bv Bonds and Mortgages. ..1,485,396 " New-York State S;.,ck>. .12259,818 m Micbigan-State Stocks.. 501.000 Illinois State Storks. . . 534,000 ? Arkansas State Stocks.. . 587,000 ? Indiana State Stocks... 170.000 '? Kentucky State Stock... 31,000 ?? Alabama State Stocks.... 44,000 ?' Maine Slat- Stork. 90,000-$4,712,214 Of the Michigan stock, $ 19,000 is University stock, on which the i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 July 1843

fjrp- The following Stanz? ?" MS. were picked op hy a lady near the Caukiil Moonwin Houie. As they furnish no cine to their rightful ynwu vhe knows ,?., bettei way to restore them than through the colttjnna of The Tribane : On the Roc It 1? front of the Catukill Moun? tain Honae. May 30!h, 1S43. How reel the wildered sense* at the sight! How rast the boutidleis vision break? iu view ! Nor thought, nor word, can well depict thi scene : The din of toil comes faintly swelling aj> From greea fields far btlow ; and ail around . The forest sea sends up its ceaseless roar Like to the ocean'* everlasting chime. Mountains on monntaius in the distance rise Like clouds along the far horizon's vr.-ge j Their misty summit* mingling with the sky. Till earth and heaven seern blended into on". So far removed f om toil a:id bustling care So f?r from Earth, if Heaven no nearer be, And gazing, as a spirit, from mid-air Upon the strife and tumult of the world. Let me forget the cares I leave behind,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 July 1843

jVEW-YOKK TRIBUNE. -tbpVEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every morning, sunday excepted, jlt j?c>A?Ai.-sT.(t?ri'OJiTE(. iTv Hall,) New-York, idiliwrtd to City Subscribers f-r NINE CENTS nei ?r*ek or when th?-\ prefer, ihcj can pay in advance at the rwt'for ?.ix months, or a year at the same rate. Siugl? Sie? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers S!? per annum in advance: and the paper in no caMCentinded biryond the Ua,f for w^iich it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six ivodiff^"r?nc^ allowed on Daily Exchanges v> ith any otli? Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES orles?, (over Six.) First insertion... 5nC-nrs u " for e*ch subsequent lnsvrtMn.2j " m " foi Six insertions, or one wk.k ... SI Ml " h " for TwBJ?TT-FivE inierrioni.5 00 " (fT5* Lonser Advertisements at e-mail v favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large f*ap*-r, mr tlie ( ?uutry, IS PCRI.ISHrD EVXRT RATCKDAY MOUMNfi A:their.w price of TWO UULLA US ;>?-r annum, in advance ? jliBBiAOCs, Religious and Fukerai Noti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 11._ To Aovr.ET?EBi.-The circulation of the Wkf.klv in the, Western pa.t of tha State of New \ ork. th. States of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois, we be Uevei, not exceeded by that of any othe, paper pruited n the United State., his therefore a mo,: desirable and ad vutagerms medium for advertising. A limited number o advertisements only insetted. Terms 6 cents per me.fm th. nisi insertion. Advertisements must be handed in bj Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. ITT-City Subscriber*, who pref-r not beintr 'called npou weetly for their pay for this paner, may pay in advance form mrTths or a year at th. D.-?k of the publishing office, and they will have it served promptly and at an early hour. f*^ Wanted, an Acent for this paj-?r at ProvideSCE, R. L "No one need apply unless he leside* and is acquainted in that city. _._ -?t-s?~ fjr^* For a Notice of the L/mdon Qvarrer/y, with Ex? tract! conrtrning Theodore Hook, Colorrd Tem-p*-mr\r* CeUbva'ityn, aud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 July 1843

.Meuncholy Accident?On Thursday after- I ^aja small boat was capsized in the Narrows. { ^agudden gust of wind, precipitating overboard j Mr. Charles Goodrich, a printer, of Fullon street, ^ wife and their son, a lad about four years old: jjje child was washed from the arms of its mother (oar times, but the fifth lime she wan unable to ^vcr it, and it was unfortunately drowned. iVhile in that situation they were passed by a sshing smack, bound up, who could readily have ^cticd them had they come to their assistance. Tier vrcre finally seen by .Mr. Augustus No-yes, a ; ^dent of Statcn Island, who shoved off alone in a ihfi, and took oft* the agonized parents, who jrerr much exhausted. [ Courier. Ax Arrkst.?The I 'pper Marlborough Md.) Ga2r,*p gives an account of ;t suspicious looking jflan .vho has been prowling about Paluxent Ki rer, in a canoe for some time past. He carries aftm, and will give nn satisfactory account of himcelf. A murder was committed some twelve or eighteen months ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. Thi?ty Yeau? rxoM Home, oh A Voice rno\i i hk Mai* Deck. By Samuel LEECH. Boston, Tar.pan and Dennet. As a literary production this little volume claims very little rncrrit: but as the record of the expe? rience and feelings of a simple sailor during a service of six years in ihe British and American Navies?it possesses a decree of interest to which larger and more pretending books cannot aspire. It is of course mainly concerned with the details of sea-service,?with precisely those minute in? cidents and ordinary occurrences of daily life on the ocean which professional authors deem quite beneath their notice, and which yet five by far the most correct impressions. Mr. Leech writes with ease, and a certain graphic ability, if not always with elegance; and we arc sure many will find in his book much to repay a perusal. We copy the following spirited account of the ccle brated battle between the ?. S. frigate United States and the British frigate Macedonian?in which the l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 July 1843

new-york tribune. tHE VE?Y-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED E^-riRY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, aT ISO NAJ.si-st.ferPOSlTK City I,aLL-) New-YoSE, iid?d tu City SuWribers for NINE'CENTS per **k or when thet prefer; they can wtyin advance at tiie Ttak'for mx mouths, or a year at tie- same rat?-. Singh nfloki TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers $5 per annum, ?adTance; and tiie paper in no case continued beyond the 'us* f<)r which it is P*id. Subscriptions taken for Six Vodiffrrcnce allowed ou Daily Exchanges with anyother vs"' Terms ?f Advertising. TEH LINKS or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 5n Cents. *h' " for each subsequent insertion.23 " h " for Six insertions, or one week... Si Ml " ?4 " for TwKNTY-FlVE insertions.S r.O " Longer Advertisements .it eqnaUv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for tli" Country, is published every saturday morning ?.ttiieio? pace of TWO DOLLARS pet annum, in advance .-JIsjuuages, Religious and Funeral Notices, notes QgiiM fiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 12. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, Or KK!*TCCK y. To Advertiser*.?The eirenicon of the.^ WkkKI.1 Tamest iu the Western jwit of tiia State of New i ork, theStatrsof Ohio. Indira, Micl.i:; tu and Illinois, we liee* i* not exceeded bv that of any otliei paper printed in the United States. Ills therefore a roost desirable and ad TauUeeons medium for advertising- A limited numl advertisements onl\ in j- tted. Terms 6 cents i-er line .for lbe- first insertion. ' Advertisements must be banded in bv Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. rry- Wanted, *n Agent for this pajier at Providence. R 3. No one need apply un'-ss he resides and is acquainted in ?hat city.__ (jrjKFor mtGthei UUtrfrvm Genoa, ? Recount ' Lon of the ^Columbia, Ncmptper Statistics, Nem-Vork ind Albany Railroad, FirfialLamingbar^k, Sec, see f irst face. fjTJ- For a Poem by .7. Z>. F. Randolph, and another chapter of Political History, nee Last Pagi - Death of Wanliliagton AlNton. We read in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 July 1843

? . ????? , _ \ Bold Trick.?Messrs. Beccher ?Sc. Johnson, ^rvrarders, of Buffalo, recently shipped a load of jjour for Albany on board a scow-boat The cap (ajoi instead of bringing the Hour through, began 50 dispose of it on his own account, and by the time he arrived at Utica he had disposed of his trhole load and pocketed the proceeds, whichwas I (omcthing over ?2000. Not satisfied with this, I r3n his boat (which did not belong to him) up I jhc Chcnango Canal, sold it, and received ?500 t raorc. with which he has absconded. Officers jjavc been despatched after him, but he has not yet been arrested. [Albany Atlas. Half Donk.?On Sunday iast a christening wa? performed in St. John's Church, Brooklyn. Tlie Bector had proceeded some way in the scr Tjcc when kneeling to make a prayer, and ac? cording to the new fashion turning his back to? wards the audience, the parents, who were not weil schooled in the routine, thinking the service over, withdrew from the house with the child.? When...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 July 1843

j_ wmmmm mmmimmm mmmmmmmm For the New-York T.nbun?. AROUSE, YE MEN OF IRON MOULD. Ajwl'se ! ye men of Iron mould, Men of the strong and sinewy arm? Your souls arc yet unsiaincd by gold. Your conscience free from its alarm. Lift up your heads! why hang they do v. n Why fetter the free spirit thus 1 Labor is not misfortune's frown? We live for you, and you for u Too long you've groveled in the du;:t. Too long been Pity's willing slave. Fearing your nobler powers to trust Beyond their deep and living graves. God m?.dc vou men, and men ye are. Then let new fires within you burn. Awake from thraldom, burst each bar. And all repelling actions spurn. Risein your strength?the iron bands [bound, With which your souls have long been Will prove but threads in giant hands,. When action with your rights is found : Shake off your chains ! Wealth is not Worth, And live a freeman, not a clod, Nor dare to let a humble birth Destroy the eternal gifts of God ! Then rise to being?rise and claim The boo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 July 1843

tfEW-YORK TRIBUNE. i^VV-.VORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVFRV HORNING, SUNDAY BXCEPTED, , ,?,\*?u-?t.{?irroiiTEt itv Hall.) Nk w-Yof.e, ?S??? City Snbscribers for NINE-CENTS ijei *i??l?We'. diey can wy in advance at the S t r/r ,'rmofiihi.ora year at the ?ame rate, Single ^M TWO GENTS. Maii Subacnben $5 per annum, Saner; and the paper in no case continued beyond die Sgerfor which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six SodiflV-Vence allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other P5"* T'im? of Advertising-. -rs-V LINKS or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 Onts. s*V *s? for each snhwijtienl insertion.25 " ? ?? fot Six insertions; or on** treek... $1 50 1 ? ?? for Twentv-Five insertions.5 00 " Lonjk?rr Advertisement* at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Large Paper, for the Country, is published evert iatvrdat morning ??ihel?w price of TWO DOLL A RSperaunum, in advance *Ij?juuaoes, ReLioioBsand Funeral Notices, notes maus fi>? liue?. cents._ ""THE TRIBUNE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 13. FOR PRESIDENT, ok JK.m'citt. ?rj- Wanted, an Ag-nt for this pawr at Photiokjcck, R. L No one need apply unies? he lesides and u acquainted in that cuv. _ fjjj*- For a Letter from our Correspondent at Naples concerning Perrico's Statt? of Columbus, brief Literary Notice*, Taste? of the F.a?le, Memory nj Malikran, and a capita! Anecdote of Lord Morpeth, see First Page. flfj- For an Original Poem ai:d the conclusion of No. Political Hiilory, s+e Last Page LonUlana* The Election for Members of Congress in Lou isianatook place on Monday, the 3d inst. We have returns from New.Orleans only, which indi. catc a decided Loco-Foco triumph. This was not unexpected. The Loco-Foco candidates vir. tually pledged themselves to the People of Louisi ana to sustain the present rates of duty on Su? gar and procure a reduction of the Tariff on etery thing beside. Now by taking I his course? promising to make the general interest of the whole People give way at eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 July 1843

j with a heavy superstructure laid the winde distance B!K)nia deep gravel foundation. The property of the Conv nauv consists of 34 miles of road with the necessary appur? tenances, consisting of turn-outs, tables, car and engine i,oti>es. machine and blacksmith shops, store-houn s, dwell house*. 1'- in number, stables, unices, 20 lots of ground in Brookl'vn, (Permentier's Garden,) and 60 lots in Jamaica, the Hempstead branch xail-road of three miles, 4 locomotiv? engines,15 passenger and 30 burden cars, Sec., the right of ?rav for the construction of tiie road f. >r a distance of nearly 30 mile', and the road-bed traded and prepared for the railr, for a distance of 21 miles. The wlmle work and property hatiug been obtained at a cost rising one million of dollars. The Report concludes by the expression of a warm heliet that the finishing of the road would brine into successful operation a work, the extent and productiveness of which, with a single exception; it o believed will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 July 1843

For The Trib>>o?-. " A STIMMER MORNING. BY APGCtTUl SltODCRASl. A GOLDEN blush is on the hills, A smile is in the sky; The morning sun a joy instils And- all the soul with gladness fills, Wf?ch spcakcth from the eye I I love the freshened breath of Morn : Upon my soul it steal?, Mixed with the insect's busy horn And songs of birds from thickets borne, And Laughter's merry peals! Then life springs flaming through my veins And warbleth in my breast; A down I cast the heavy chains Which onto jester's cares and prtins My bosom sadly pressed ! Firmly I tread the vernal ground,? A holy quiet in my heart; Health blushing fills the air around ; Nor Pain here dares my frame to wound With its envenomed dart.' 0 fair is this enlivened Earth In Momirfg's tranquil hours ; We feel a conscious spirit's birth, And strong the chainless soul goes forth From these joy-Kindled bowers! The glowing World! the World of Love! Ts in the laughing soul: Angels smile on it from above, And warbling seraph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 July 1843

tfEW-YOKK TRIBUNE. ir VKVV-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED T EV'-RV MORNING, SUNDAY KXCEPTKD, .T^NWt-JT.(erK0?ITr.ClTTHALI..)NKW-Y0!..k, . ^*li?ereJ to Oity Subscribers for NINE CENTS per ^ k or *ben thev prefer, they can nay iu advance at the KS'for *i* months, or a year at the same rate. S.ncle TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers $5 Per annum, ^?france- and tlie |?aper in no case contin ued bvyond the ton? for which it is i?aid. Subscriptions ukeu for Six 'sjodifference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other P9**' Terms of Advertising. ?r?i LINKS or less, (over Six.) First insertion... 50 Cents. ?J* ?< foreach ?nbs*i.iu'ent insvrti.in.25 " ? " foi Six insertions,or one week ... SI 50 " ,. '? for Twkktt-Five insertions.5 00 " Loader Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Large Taper, for the Country, is iTBLisHKn every Saturday KOsurrxa ifthflow price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance %iwMit.OK?, RKLiGxocsand Fcjiekal Notices, not ex c^&n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 14. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CJLAY, or XESTCCXT. (?7" "Wanted, an Akten: for thispai?-r a: rBorirjr-.ce, R. t. No one need apply unless helesides and is acquainted in that cuv. _ {jtfjr* For an interesting; Letter from our Correspondent al Naples, No. 1 of a aeries of Historical Sketches of Ihr Silk Culture, Stravtt'j Life of Jesut, aud the .Mine* of Wisconsin, see First Page. Cfjr** P?r a Poew on Me ??e<i//i of Washington Allston, aod an article from the ' Dial' on ' Woman?her Sphere and her Needs* see Last Page. The Want of Employment. We observe that our ' Free Trade' City Gov? ernment appears about to take measures to sup? press all hawking and peddling through "ur ?treetp, and break up all the book-stalls, beer founts, fruit-stands, &c. which so generally en? cumber the side-walks if not the carriage-ways of our most crowded thoroughfares. Now the result here aimed at is laudable, but our rulers begin at the wrong end to accomplish it. Wc wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 July 1843

Conner's Office?Death bv Dr-wning. ?nJforonef heH an inquest to-day at the house of Frederick end foot of 61 ?t street. Eavt River, on the body of an ?tain Vounj man. slightly made, with hair of an auburn t5tBt\iho"uas"found entirely naked, floating in the East Pit eatlv this momingi opposite the above place, by the ^faea of the Ferry bait plyinc betweea tho foot ol 61 it ^find Blackwrlfs Island."and towed to the New-York Verdict came to his death by frowning. '^ body was taken down to the dead bouse in the Park L ?rtificAtion. ^mmmmm^Bmum^ _ px0cress inder THE hew ScHOOI.LaW.?The flowing paragraph from the Express, will show the progress making in excluding the Bible as a ^??book, from our Common Schools : Board of Edi cation?The Biui.e.?This gflard met yesterday afternoon, the President, Thomas Jeremiah, Esq. in the chair. Notices were received from the 6th, 7th, and 4tJi Wards, of an intention to establish schools ander the new law in those Wards, and some bills ?ere ordered to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 July 1843

From th*- Boston Courier. On the Death of Waaaiagtoa AlUton. " After life's titfnl fever lie sleep,, " The trumpet note hath rung, Eternity Hath gathered up the moments of a life, And Time and Change ar- past for ever by. The monument hath f?llm to which m*-n Lifte?! 'heir tea*1*, and paid their adoration. The knell hath trembled o'er the giar.deur bowed. And risen upward with its tone of death? The living monument hath crumbled ; but the star That hung above its summit, and shone onti With gleams or promise to a world, bums no With deepew-ti lustre ; for the rays that left The ?ky, to be enkindled in a form Of earth, have been recalled to tteiir bright <rb. Undimmed, and still as delicately pure? One column of high genius hath been broken? But while the attributes of mind c -.n ir.r---t On one expression of a thought; while the heart Can sympathize in the conceptions tuned To ideality of loftiest range; While tie-creations of th? spirit burn Their lines upon th- annale?] p ige o...

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