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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 July 1843

tffiW-YOJRK TRIBUNE. JJvEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every morning, sunday kxcepted, ?t 16? NAMAU-ST.(?rOtlTE:ClTt IIaLL.) NeW-YoM, .Slivered to City Subscribers foi NINE CENTS r-r -4Lf or when thev prefer, they can pay in advance at the S3'for ?i? rn-.ntli... or a y.-ar at the same, rate. Single. ZZ* TWO CENTS- Mail SuDKnbexs.$5 perannum, ^Tdvance' and the paj>er in no cat.- continued beyond th ^oVfor which'it is paid. Subscriptions t^ken for Sis SethffeVence allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other I***'* T e i in s of Advertising. TF\* LINES or less, (over Six.) First insertion... 50 Cents. ???" " for each subsequent insertion.26 " ? ?? for Six insertions, or one wtek... $150 " m *' for TwEMTY-FrvE insertions.600 " try Looser Advertisements at erinallv favomble rates. THE TRIBUNE. For The Tribune. Uisiory of tiie Silk Culture.,. Xo. ii. As early as 1826 the Congress of the United States began to call public attention to the cul? ture of Silk; and between that date and 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 15. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CXAY, OK ?I.STVCKY. fTJT" Want*d,aa Agent for thi? paper ar Providkace, R (. No one need apply unless heleaides and u acquainted in that ei t v. _ _ ?5? For the second number of the History of the Silk Culture, The Death of Allston, h\j Tnckerman. Books, hy N. P. Willis, Yankee Enterprise at the South, S;c, see First Pit*. jj^r- Fora Capitol Whig Song,' Hurrah for the Clav,' vt.d Prospects of the United Statt v, see Last Par,"'. The State- Debts. The Baltimore American gives a genera! view ofthe Debts ofthe .several .States, which we eon dense as follows: States which owe nn tteht. States which ieire, pay tl.'ir Stares. Popul ?tion. Interest regularly and New-Hampshire.284.674 their lJ>ht>> when due. Rhode Island.1C3.S30 Star. f 'opulation. ? 'onnecticn'..3<i9,97S Main?. 501,793 Vermont.291,949 Massachusetts . . . 737,099 New-Jersev.373,30?', \-v. -York .,'. 128,921 Delaware.!.78,1*5 Viruinia.1 ,-239.797 North-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 July 1843

pcrelwvd some arsenic, which she mixed with lorrc meal intoe p-steand tdacd in the clotri for the purpose of killing On Tuesday morning tins mother of deceased w?ut t<; the pump, leaving'the child and two other children in the room. Ou her return she found the deceased on a chair at the closet eating a niece of the poisoned paste and gii ing a piece to her sister Mary, supposing it to be mush. A phy? sician was sentjor tw o or three time* before one came, and remedies wereTmally administered, but the child died on Wednesday. Verdict, came to her death by eating a quan? tity of, arseuic mixed with meal, during tlie absence of her raothef f>om the house. Upper Police Ofeice.?Stealing Dresses. ^?Matilda Bauks was arrested by Justice Gilbert for stealing two dresses worth $13 from Matthew Berryman, No. 1) Clinton-street. StiuUN? a Coat.?Charles Richards was arrested for sealing a coat worth $10 from Francis Hathaway, of 667 Water-street. _ Loss of Whaling Schooner Mercury, of Plym...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 July 1843

The liest Song ?Inee 1840. We copy the following as the best political song which has appeared since the memorable campaign of 1$40. It was sun-?; on the 4th inst.. at the Whig celebration in Philadelphia, and re? ceived with shouts of applause. It is said to have been written by an eminent literary gentleman oi that city: - [Harrisburg Tel. HURRAH FOR THE CLAV. A health to the Fanner, who follows the plough And carts independence bv sweat of the brow ! He ting*, an he tun.? the rich soil to the day, * How happy '? the fanner who lire* by the Clay.' Hun-aii for the Clay, hurrah f .r the Clay, How happy's the farmer who lives by the Clay ! CHOJtCS. Hurrah for t\>? Clay, hurrah for the < lay, How happyt'x the fanner who lives by the Clay ! The Brickmaker plares his forms in the sntj, To harden them well when Id. moulding is done ; Tlien fires thern baldly, not fearing that thev Will crack in the kiln, for he trusts to hi* Clay. T.-nsts to the Claj ! trusts to the ("lay ! It stan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 July 1843

?bw-york tribune. irNBtT-TORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PU-.? ,5"' gVKRY morning, sunday excepted, %%\\,-%t. (?pronfTK CiTt Hall.) New-York, .Tvlivered City Subscribers for NINE CENTSpor ^^jTnr *h?o fhev prefer, they can nay in advance ;?t t!i ***. :-,U ?f flu.?,??. r,f. S!1U-|. annum, dk'for ?ix months, ora yeai at the same rat*-. TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers $5 per ^Tince- and the paper in no c ?.>ntinned bvyowl the 4? for Aich it \i paid. Subscriptions taken for Six ^Jjrfen'uce allowed on Daily Exchanges w ilh any other r Terms of Advertising. ?ftS LINES or his, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 Cents. " for e.ich subsinjneut lusartion.2S " . . ?* for Six insertions, or one week... $160 " . " lor Twenty-Five insertions..'>oo " r? linger Advertisements ateqnally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very Large Paper, for th- Country, i, published ex ery 9 ?tur?ay mok.MNi; i.?Vlo* price of TWO DOLLARS per aim urn, in advance ^biiuCES, REUGioosand Funeral Notices,notes . In* li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 17. FOR PRESIDENT* HENRY CLAY, 0> XKNTCCKY. To AoTr.RTii/iR'..?The circulation of tlie Wr.i.KLv T*Ibcj?e in in? Western pait of ths .State of New Vor?. ?Jif bwtMuf Ohio, Indiana. Michigan a.:,d Illinois, we be? lies- i? no; exce-rderl bv that of any othei paper printed in (the United States. Itu therefore a must desirable and ad *s*iUgeous medium for advertising. A limited number ? advertisements only inserted. Term* 6 cents per line for th<; first, insertiou. " Adveriifineau must be handed in b) Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. For a rich instance of the (Quackery of Tht II- raid in stealing its Editorials, a Letter from our Boston C< ??? ?? -pendent, sevrd literary Notices, and in interesting ac ?ouiil nf an .'inr J-'i^ht, >?? First Page. 00- For an oripnal Poem on Washington Mtton, a ?r rhrr extsact from ' The Dial 'on Woman-? her Sphere and Education, The Fate of anJIctor, and wend Anecdotes, are Last Page._ LoulsiAnn., The Whigs have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 July 1843

MONEY MARKET. Sales at the Stock Exchange July 15. es00OCitv7? '52 ...109}' 50 shrs Farmer?' Ln ... 20$ ] !jO0 N V 6s.' *H ? ? .108 HO do d<i.QOj "OHO Ohio 6s, '60 j* . . 89 "o do Equitable Ins. .100 l'm do d?.ilO 89 30 do City Ins.113 1 000 do do.... nw 89} I 40 do Canton Co.221 -000 do do....sow 89} 50 do Harlem.314 ?1500 do do.S9j; 100 do do.blO 31J TotM) do do_b20 89} 100 do do.bGO 31^ ii'ooo I!! Special. 32 ; 40 do Mohawk.35j VOOO do d.?30 32 j 25 do do.351 ijoOO Indiana bonds.... 31 ; 22 do AubScRoch... 91 j ifjOO do do.30- 3.vi do L 1 K.-d . . .suw 51* jOOshrs Merchant's Bk . 100}i 100 do do.51J H\ do Phenix Bank hi.) 88 j .50 do do.s30 51j 75 do do.SS I .00 do do.slO ?l* 10 do NR Bank .... 93 Ji 9o do P*:ers..?..-,3} 15 do Bk Com full... 98} 50 do do.b30 53$ 25 d" do.?crip 9S I second board. $3,000 Illinois. 323(150 shra L 1 Rrd.55? i.OOO Kentucky.95f | 100 do Farm Loan . .s-3 20} Public Stock Exchange. July 1"?. 4| 000 ? Stis, '62 .ca?. 1143 10 shrs F trmers' Tr ?30 191 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 July 1843

For The Tribune. WASHIN< rTOlN A LLST?N. Hi sh! from the skj another star has goer, Another spirit passed nntJ the goal, Another glorious and immortal soul Flashed to the radiauc* of eternal dawn; A darkness in our firmament?on high A loftier splendor in the upper sky! The hand is palsied at whose mighty spell Th? canvass glowed with images divine; Whose pencil bail* the face of Nature shin?? E'en 'till ?> curtain "f the angel fell, And from bis eyes of ill their lustre shorn Shnt out the gloiy of the purple morn. A string is loosened from th*- coral lyre By hands celestial from our spirits strung, From w hence the loftiest of our notes have sprung, And kmdl?d rtVey a wild esutic fire: S.<d is onrsoulamid the liv ing throngs, For mute tlie voic- that |"'"1>I" ? with * Poet aud Paioter from our midst struck down To spurn the dust, and like a Ph?nix ri.e Transcendent t? tl.y throne amid the skies. Upon thv brow the laurel and the crown Ti.v form has bended to the will of F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 July 1843

NEW-YORK TRIB?NE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, At 160 Namai -$t.(?FFOStTeCift H.it.L.) New-Yobk, And delivered to City Subscribers f?r NINE CENTS per ?*tk orwhendieyprefer, they.canpaj in advance .-.t the Desk for sis nwnths. or a year .it the tame rate. Sh-.kI copies TWO CE NTS. M--.il Subscribers $i t?-r annum, badrance; and the paper in no case continued bvyond th time fur which it is |-aid. Subscriptions ukeu foi Sit No difference allowed on Daily Exchange* w ith any od*r P31*r' Terms ? f Advertising. TEN LINES or le-s, (over Six.) Fi rst insert ion... 5!) Cents. ??' ?? for each subsequent insertion.25 ?? " forStt insertions,or one week...$1 50 ? " for Twenty-Five insertions.jOO " jr 7? Long?r Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A V'erv Large Paper, for the Country, IS published everv saturday MoRMMi Atthelow jTire of TWO DOLL A It S per annum, in advance Marriages, Religious and Fukeral Notices, not e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING; JULY 18. FOR PRESIDENT HENRY CLAY, OF KKNTCCXV. To Advertisers.?The circulation of the Weekly Tribuhe in ti? Western part of the State of New Vork, the Statesof Ohio, Indiana, Michigan ami Illinois, we be liefe is not exceeded by tint of any othei paper printed in theTTnited States. It u therefon a most desirable and ad vantageons medium for advertising. A limited number of advertisements only Hi..>-:'?-.j. Terms o" cents per line for tr.e ur%t insertion. Advertisements must he handed in by Wednesday evening at !> o'clock. [q**Citjr Subscribers, who prefer not !-onsr r;,I|ej npon Weekly for their pay for this paper, may pay m advance for -i\ months or a year at the De<k of r!e- publishing office; and they will hare it served promptly and at an early hour. For a Communication on the City Government and Polier, und the Proceedings ..f the Oregon Convention, see First Pae-. iS3~ for Manhood a Sonnet. Won. John Quiticy-Adam* <sn Voltaire, Appren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 July 1843

Resolution?To inquire into the expediency of altering . ?nd i!'..? I'try H i!!, ind tint tl,- Committee on Repair*. Str. report upon the matter. Adopted. Adjourned until Monday ereuing next Boab? of Supervisors.?The Mayor in the A resolution was offered and adopted requesting th? Board .,(? Education, in considi ration of the present depressed state of the City Treasury, t<> lure apartments for new schools ti> be established, instead of building school-houses. Bills of Messrs. Strang and J. M. Smith, Jr. for compen. jtooo of Services as acting District Attorney at respective periods,amounting to between $200 aud $3(K) each, were presented ai d referred. X communication was received from the Secretary of Sate, sutir g that privilege for a pupil at the Deaf and Dumb kid been designated to New. York. A bill from Judge Lynch for $90, balance due him, was received anil referred. Xbe Committee on County Officers reported in favor of bills of Judje (ngraham for attending to drawin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 July 1843

?wsssassssssstMSMcag timmm tum a? irwisisnMsh^rassossssssssao from ? The Dial.' MANHOOD. Dun, noble soul. wis?ly thy lot thou bea:e<;, For lik- a got) toiLtig Co earthly slavery. Fronting :hv vad (ate * ith a joyous bravery, Kach darker day a sunni-r smile thou wearest. No grief ran much thy sweet and spiritual .-mil-, No pain is keen enough that it has power Over thy child-like love, that all the while Upou the cold earth builds its heavenly bower : And thus with thee bright aor^Is make th-tr dwelling, Bringing thee stores of strength when no irun knoweth The oc<an stream from <?r'd'.s hand ever swelling, That forth through each least thing in Nature goeth ia thee, ? rru<--t Hero, deeper floweth . "With jov ! batti--, and many souls beside Feel a new life in the celestial tide. i . A. D, From the New-York Observer. Hon. John Qulncy Ada ins on Voltaire. hertford, July 10, 1843. Messrs- Editors : Below 1 send you a letter from Hon. J. Q. Ada?is, which I trust y.u will b" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 July 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, Ar 16? Nas?au-st.(ereosn eCrrv Hall,) New-York, And delivered to City Subscriber.: for NINE CENTS per w*ek, or when thej prefer; they can pay in advance at the De?k foi six months, ora yeai at the same rate. Single copies TWO CENTS. Mai! Subscnbvis Si per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond ttie time for which it is paid. Subscriptions uken for Six Months. No difference allowed on Duly Exchanges with any uther paper. Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 5<) Cents. " " for each subsequent insertion.25 " " " for Six insertions, or one w*ek ... SI SO " " " forTwentt-Fivkinsertions.500 " (?7" Longer Advertisements at e.jnallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, IS Pi.' BLIs H 1: ti EVERV SATURDAY MOKM.NG At the low price ol TV\ U DOLLARSperannum, in advance - .VLikriaoes, Rkligiocs and Funer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 July 1843

*^+---*<*ilf-~- ? ? 'l*-MMtMMMMIlT?llil II I llli ^ THE TRIBUNE. J WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 19. FOR P R ?i WENT, HE?RY CLAY, Of KEXTTJCTtT. To A o-. , n ..?The circulation of the Weekl TRiBf"*e in the. Western part of tha State of New York '.ha State-? of Ohio, Indian*, Michigan and Illinois, we be iiev* is not ejewded bv that of any oth^i paper printed :i tiie United States. It is therefore a most desirable anil ad ?aotageous medium fo; advertising. A limifd numlier o advertisements oulv ins? rted. Term* b cent', p-r line [<, ihe first insertion. Advertisements mint be handed in b Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. Persons wishing to subscribe f>r The Triftne n Phti.adf.i.i'hia, and the adjoining Districts, will be served re gntyly every day on the arm al of the cars at 12 o'clock, noon ni the low jirice of .'/0 cenrs per month, by leaving their namea with the nudersigned. Single copies two cents. The Week" 17 Tribun?, per Nr.. Or cent*. E. W. CAKK, Forum Office, Philadelphia....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 July 1843

A Monbt-Db nvrn.?A boy, nunc?! Nathaniel U'e in th< employ of William H- Leach, No. 1 Gurtet, was committed for stealing $1" from th ^Sawet of his employer . p tov a Watch.-Francis Collins was committed , uatch worth $-16 from a colored man, named ? y i Vr.sr.?George Burke was committed Tor ' ' m the storo of Messr.,. Kiminer k Miller, iHiL DarvTrrc.?JohnRook was arrested on complaint I r^derman Egbert and fined $?> for furiously driving i<< --^,slmost on a run, through the Bower}. Pfrti Police Office.?Arrests for Bijrgla I 1 Qn t^e '"st-i'l(>rr ?^ "^r" Sneedeni in Rock r;' mtv near Piermont, was burglariourly entered and I forVgoods, fire-arms, &c of the value, of from 200 I So Early this morning,officers Bird, T. M. Tome ' ffie- with Justice Tayloi in company, arrested use in the upper Western part of the <-it\, three men ;ir.i ( impbell,.an English thief named Moses IlT*jlw0e, and a third named William Woods, alias Capt. p. ji, alias East and North River Ter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 July 1843

For The Tribun?. THE PirTT'R E OF CHARLOTTE COR DAY.* by mrs. k. j. eajies. So foil of trader beauty and meek thought, Tins bead of classic c;race? Thww delicate limbs, to sculptured pureaes* wrought. These fingen, fatry-imall, could tAesr belong to thee, Once merriest girl of France?the proud, the fond, the free 1 i Methinks thy slender form | Seems ss Ith n proud, commanding air to rise, And wond'rous power to charm D~eik in the midnight of those thoughtful eye?. While on thy curved lip. and lofty aiarble brorr, | Sittelb the high resolve that ?uirs thy purpose now. Did not thy Woman's l.e^rt CTr.rili with emotions nev.-r felt befon? Didst thou not shrink and start rf o stain that fair hand with the crimson sore f Hadst then no chilling fears, 0 selfrdeToted maid, Of the derk doom that toon mnst fall upon thy head f f Yes, for one moment thon Didst Struggle w ith Youth'- natural dread of death ! One moment didst thou bow Tnv woman's heart, then with firm step, free breath, Didst t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 July 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. T&NEW.T?lCrt DAILV TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every morning, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, At Itio Nas?a< 5t.{eproiiTKCiTV Hall.) New-Yorz, And delivered to CitT Snb*rribers for NINE CENTS per ?reek, or when they prefer, theycan pay in advance e.t the Desk for six months, or a year at the same rate. Single copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribe!* $5 per annum, in advance; and the panes iu no case continued beyond the time lor which it is paid. Subscriptions tak?n for Six Months. Noditferenc allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other paj*r. Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or It*. (overSix,) First insertion... 50 Cents; '" " fjj ettch subsequent insertion_" V " for Sitinjeu"ti?iuior on9 week... *l 50 ' *' ': for. TwtRTV-Fryst insertions." frjr" Lonstt Advertisements at equally favorable rafs. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large fojier, for the Country, 13 published every saturday MOKMNfi Attbelow price of TWO ?OLLA RSpei annum, in advance Mirbiagks, IIelikiovs and FvrfEitAt. Nonet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 July 1843

^THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20. FOR PRESIDENT, HEKRY CLAY, OK KKNTVCXY. (X?- The agent f<?r the Tribun?- at Saratoga Sj-riuc;* und ^.ansingburg is Alfjued Lewis. His office at Saratoga is opposite tii- rj. States Ii i {}f^ For a summary of the Foreign Intelligence, Litt rary Notices, Letter frmn Pittsbvrg, and another chapter <?f th- History of the Silk Culturt, First Pat;*. QfJ** For Spirit Visits, e Poem, Thi T o Red Cent* Again, and *-i!:ac;? fr mu: Turncr't Sacred Hi lory Last Pa^e. _ Political IliKtory. It is amazing to us that men can be and rc. main grossly ignorant of facts which have passed immediate'-.- under their own observation?of events in the shaping of which they have them, selves participated. We hear almost daily intel? ligent Loco-Focos, and even their Editors, speak of Mr. Clav as the ' jAnce-dcfeated candidate for the Presidency.' This is not so : Mr. Clay has been but tiefe a candidate for President, and neither time with a fair Geld. He was first pro? posed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 July 1843

The consequence of this arrangement will bp that the stock and Joans of ibis Company, which are now worth only 33 ~.r cent, will be worth the par of the reduced capital, or $00 Pr i-hare for the stock, and f?O per ?>100 for tin- Loan, at which r.tm they will yield an income of six percent pet an* ncm. The loan-holders hive agreed to surrender their cer? tificates of loan, and receive in lieu thereof new certificates for one half tin- amount. The Board of Directors of the Stonington Railroad Com piny have not yet exercised the power granted to them, ind the question has been asked us by a friend possessing an in tfre.t in the stock, why they should hesitate in perfecting an arrangement so clearly for the interest of the Company I We answer that there can he, in our opinion, bot i ne motive, and we will endeavor, to explain what it is. The wholenumber of shares ofStonington i* 13,000. A certain clique in New York, who are also a majority of the Directors, own of this stock ??'bout....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 July 1843

For The Tnbane. SPIRIT-VISITS. BV AlGlSTTS 5V0DGRAS8. Ib it a drcaii; that souls we love Revisit souls beloved on earth 7 Do they not o'er our spirits move, Bright in their scraph-birth 1 I will not yield the pleasing thought. Though Htern-eved Wisdom on it frown : The joys it brings, the joys it brought. Like stars on me look down. Holy the thought when pensive even Comes with its train of shadowy friends : Then from the airy halls of Heaven A slow-winged crowd descends ! The loved, who died while life was young. The old, whose lengthy march was donr, The gay, the pensive and the strong, Who fell as, Joy begun ! They pass?and, reverent and sad. A bright-eyed troop moves slowly by : They who the hearts of men made glad By Heaven-bom minstrelsy! The immortal bands of olden time? I know them bv their shadowy lyre??f Again they strike the chords sublime, And light the spirit's fires ! The masters of the tragic mm*, Who showed the Furies unto men? Once more they all their powers unloose...

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