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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 September 1843

4 OF ROME BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, l, 1843. VOL. XVir.-.-No. 13. BY II. B. STACY. NOT TUB GLORY OP OJBSAn BUT TUB WELFARE ,fWHt-. i MmmmL ' " ' ISS5Pil n BBBgBS' ,''TalMiHK3lagMaMaWWaBsMaMaMsaMOOWCM WnWUTWI mil Mill i anuurfMJWM.nii.il i m mn. i Tt 1 " For the l'rco Press. Mn. IIditoi: I accidentally loll upon tho fol. lowing scrap of poetry, the other day, in an old Albany (X. Y.) paper, printed in the year 1610. Though it was undoubtedly intended for the benefit of the comiinnity in which tho paper was published, yet, like Boston Almanac?, it will answer just !.a well for tho meridian of Now Kngland generally. Indeed I think it has a articuhtr applicability to Burlington. If it had been written expressly for us, I doubt much whether wo could have had a " better fit." Your, Pearl .Street. Burlington, Aug. IS 13. tiii: l'linoHuss of ltnroitT. Report is first a pitrmv small. That shrewdly cmiiiuus, dares but crawl; She whispers this, hints that, looks shy, Sneaha on, a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 September 1843

corruptions of her Courts, and tlio lawless pira cy uf dor naval commanders. !). Resolved, That we view tfin late commu nications from the British Minister to our 12xo. euttvo as a full manifestation that his Govern ment, readies of a'l considerations of justice, will persist in her unjust and oppressive system, omiiij uujirucuvo 10 our commerce aim uorog story to our rights ns an independent nation. 1. Resolved, That unless the British Gov crnment shall immediately abandon her unjust commercial restrictions, mike amplo reparation for her unlawful aggressions upon the proporty mid citizens of the United Slates restoro our captive seamen, and make full atonement for their long and laborious confinement, that a longer forbearance in our government would bo a base surrender of the rights of the nation, in opposition to the sentiments and feelings of the great body of the American people ; and that nothing short of nu ACTUAL DECLARA TION OF WAR will satisfy a people indig nant at seeing...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 September 1843

scalar Kca'CTregM.-irjB nvxsn.inrjvwzz Kt.ijMa.mn'Ui DOCTORS DItTEU. Capl. Tyler's collared menial, Winslow, I anil locofoeos, nnd on tho surface every thing nppenr- cd to hcgoing well lur tno mini pariy. Aim uown 10 tho Inst moment tno same nppciirnncR win prcscrveu. i !.! I.!....,.l( ..,.. : il, lil K ection came nnu ,su win.' uuniiiiuinsis weni 10 uie is making lnmsolf very busy in tlio election, pul9 nm V01C(1 tlliri, .,,,,,-1, wu.ro ,wo other unci, !s of opinion that our candidato for 30, tho locofcco abolitionists 1 With their leader, town representative will bo " vetoed." The ticket. Ho had played the game to deccivo nnd client True Democrat manifests more ularm-dc- i'i?. V.!Q.V i-1.'?,1 B.' f BIi!,?iLJn,1;.n. Sf'S? .'.'mV votes a lialf column of capitals to tlio sill)- over tlio great triumph of locofocoism in thnt plncc. . , . ,P . . . f .1 ,.,J,, two can give 1110 mines ami places nnu uie voio- iu juki, uuu is iiiuuiiuaiijr tuuu n"-'"- I authenticate, these facts, but llie...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 September 1843

'He touched his hnrp.and nations beard, entranced. IN A TMK MO I'll Hit lMMtlr-IIING SS1HV STORM. UV PCD.V SMtTlt. 'I'lio nil I winds swept tlic mountain's! height. And pithless was the dreary wild, Ami 'mill the (.hci'ilesa lioiira of night A inuilier wandered with her child, - thumah die diuiin,' snow she press d, 'I lie babo vvvw slapingon licr breast. And colder still the winds did liloW, And ihitkcr hours oftiight 'aino on, And it.' per arcw the drift- ofsnowi Her hull wire chill'd, her slrciiKlh was gone, "0!i, "ml!" the cried in accents wild, "Jt'I innsit peri-h, envc my child 1" Sim stripped her mantle from her breast, And bared her bosom to the storm, Ami loimd tin; cluld she wrnpp'd the vest, And mulled lo think her bnbu was warm. Willi one mill Kips one tear she tiled, And Mink upon a snowy bed. Al dawn a traveller passe I by, Audsiw luf 'iiculfi a snowy villi The frost ofdealh unsiii her eve, llei check was cold, and hard, and pale lie moved the lobe from iill'the child,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1843

Hot. the ,gx.ory of c a s a n but the welfare of home BURLINGTON. VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 8, 1843. BY II. B. STACY. VL. XVII No. 14. S The Dkcam or a Day, and other Poems ; by j Junes G. Pcrcival. This is the title of a new volume of poetry which was issued from the press in New Haven about a month ago. After an inglorious sleep of Bixtecn years, Pcrcival hao shaken off his Blumbers and again come forth into the broad day light of the world. And it is only by reason of his long Ilip.Van.Winklo sleep, that we have tiny tolerable apology for calling attention to a Volume from his pen. But as, since his last ap pearance, a new generation has sprung into cx-uinm-n in wlmin tlm refutation of Pcrcival, is hot as to ourselves, a well established and fa tniliar t'linff. it may bo neither improper nor, wholly useless, if wo speak briefly of our author and the book whoso title stands at the head of this'flffltlo. Tho reputation of James G. Pcrcival as a po. ct, has been attained by a lite...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1843

To llie r.lilor of the l'eopto l'rcss! ilmcjiHtnow, for the fiM lime, seen tho follow- iciiui irom niirctcciieiti irn-ri.1, .Mr. rerkins who nn lately left llio United Sin lei lo rrsuinchiH mission ii i irsn on ino sniiipci ol Amcticin Slavery. It lin reached hie in mi lUirn nf iIik ii;.sji.,,.,,. . porter, in'which ars fcver.il letters from iniosiuiiarics ii iiicsnojecioi rjiavery. I Fend you tho letter fur jimiu.iiioii, uuNcviniT main will lie rend with much interest by the numerous friend of .Mr. I'crkini in mi vicinity ami uunim; lliil llio respect and nllec linn s) iitnverfiillv TkIi I'.ir linn !..,-,, ' .. .,11 .... i . . wlaie, will give tlie 'jnli:tvnts it i-in'tains a pasport ti m my licari', which tnyhtbo much Icm impressed i- mo .nine suiiiiiiienis coming Irom a less accepta ble q.nrter. , To me it livery mkrcjtinn to ob-crvo llio impres sion winch Ameriein Slnvcry mal.es upon llio minds o' good men in other pirn of llio world, and especi iilly upon Iht'inisHioiwries who ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1843

-71 BRIGHTON MAUK11T. August 28, 1843. At Market, 450 Beef Cattle, 75 Stores, 30 Cows and Calve. 3000 Sheep, it 630 Swine. Patens littf Cattle Wq quote n correspond with last week, viz t a few extra ntS150P SI 75) First quality, SI 23 (S8150 1 tocond quality $373 (3 4 23 third quality S3 ? 3 SO. Stores A very few talcs only effected. Cote and Calces Sales at 811, 10, 18, 20, 23. Sheep Small lots from 75c to 1 50. Old Sheep 175 to 2 23. Suinc A lot of old Hogs from Ohio, two-thirds Barrows, 'lie. Small Slioats from 4 toGc. Atrctail from 5 to 7c. NEW YORK CJATTI.F. MAItKIST Aug. 28. At Market, 500 licet Cattle, 150 from the South, 13 Cows and Calves and 300 Sheep and I.atnbs. Pbices Reef Cattle In consequence of the rains, the offerings have been very small, nnd prices ot last week had very readily with occasionally nn advance, which, however, was not long sustained. Sales at 3 75, 83 & 5 75 and SO for prime Cattle. Cows and Cahts All taken at S1G to S23. Sheep and Lambs Tho marke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 September 1843

OvEnwiiF.i.MiNo AnauMKNT. Dr. Lntli roy in 0110 uf his sermons says, 'if it worts truo that tlioro is no God. whal evidence can iho Atheist have, t tint he slmll not oxist mut ho inlscrnlilo iifli-r death ? How canio li to twist at all 1 Whatever was tlin causa of liis existence lio-f, may bo iho causa of his existence.- hon-nfier. Or, if there is no canst1, tin may uxist without :i cause in nti other statn as well s in this. And if his corrupt heart mid iilioniinulilo works maku him so unhappy hero, that ho had rather bo annihilated, than run thoha.ard of a future 'itonco, what hiudi'is but what ho may bo unhappy forever 1 The man then, is a fool, wlio wishes thtiro were no God, hoping thus to bo sncuro from future misery, for admit ting there wcio no God, still ho may exist hereafter as well as here : if ho (toot exist, his corruptions and vices, may render him miserable eternally, as well as for the pre sent. A.v Icii)i:nt. Sheriff I! ray ton , while on his way to Auburn, having ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 September 1843

. NOT THE O L O n Y OP OJBSAR DOT THE WELFARE OP ROIWE. ! -j , . i-jrm. r- i nil.' '.Iiama " ' jiih r. i i , , M.u BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 15, 1843. VL. XVII No. 15. CHRIST, TDK PHYSICIAN. nr MtSS. II. F. GOULD. "Now when the sun was selling nil they that had any sick with divers diseases, brought them unto Him." Luke iv. 40. The hills of Judca with sunset are bright, Their fountain streams flashinsr like guld in its light, The flower of the valley is closinaits eye, Their shadows are lengthened arid dwindled to die : While over the lake comes the bland summer air, Its freight of the mountain troma to bear : The bird, flying home, furls her wings by her nest, To sing her sweet hymn where her Tittle ones rest. rhe scene is all peaceful in beauty and love, Serene and adoring, while earth looks nbovo, To Him, who, withdrawing the glory of day, With stars in bright armies her faith will repay. But why at this hour comes you impotent throng, With nature r...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 September 1843

From tha Western I ilciury Mcsscngsr. THE RIGHT OP SUFFKAOn. Nny, Sun not, nentlc roader ominous ns Ihey vniy appear to you, tno limr words winch no have ndupti'd i exponents of our sulject, shall produce an prejudicial effect upon your nervous system, if you will read on and krepc ul. Depend upon il, this shall Ml print! to He one of lliofo rfksiom of iii.Vio.snt, which you hive been uonl to timet "illi in party-political journals, MrctehiiH! their weary lengths to sJt K'tvnud drowsiness, from tin's btarliiiij. point. Untrammelled by piny discipline, uninfluenced by p.nty pnjiid.cca, tininte listed m parly successes or pji IV tiilures, ivt c in look upon l lit." stage mid bo hold lliii drama en ictinij before us, with no contrnc. 'i"J-.ll,jmfli"y'e!i rtc.-diiii, lu diitortintf iua tl.ti.it inlerveiiuu'i Wa may Ihciefjro venture to promise, lli it, in iilitil wcliaieln nllir un tltia subject, wo sli ill li n inflict n pan,' upon the iiiu&ta sensitive pirtum, ulutevir m ty bo hi ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 September 1843

department of music, nttrncU so much of the public attention, tinU renlly good artists receive so much fulsome mluliition, we tliink that llio young, tho nspirin, tititJ the worthy, hould receive from nil n helping hand. Tim?, should they lin found competent tu itand tho test of public opinion, they mny loon riso to tho topmost sound of their sub limo profession, otiierwise, soon full, be forgotten, ahd heard of no more. Wo have heard Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Seguin, Mrs. Bailey, Madam Castellon, mid Mad emoiscllo Calivo; for mellowness and rich ness of voice, wu do not think any of tliorn surpasses her, anil ouo only equals her. Mrs. Scpuiti's execution is more finished, but she has had the advantngo of ten years more practise : and wo scruplo not to say, that oro the same length of time has passed from tho present with tins young lady, she will at last cipial her. One great fault how ever was but too apparent to all in her sing ing, especially in her Italian Cavatiua, ' Dalla Goija," from ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 September 1843

lie touched his hntp,nhd nations heard, entranced. EVENING. The evening star now spathic bright Full shines the lising union ( And ficcty fides the rosy light Around the horizon. The bosom swells with holy joy The heart hints toft and low t No longer catc ond pain nnnoy Unchecked the feelings flow. The meadow drunk now dances light I lis waves shine silver elenri The stars are cl.ineiii!! strangely bright, Along yon nure solierc. The nightingale her nv lody Thrill lightly from tlie brnliot And ticiubling. finals in hnrmony, Tho moonbeam on tho hike. Tho lovelorn maiden listens long, As tiills tho ineloclyl ller tendrr bosom feels it strong, Her tears arc flowing fiee. She fondly thinks her lover then I serenading nigh And sadly sweet in dreams again Shu sees him standing by. Olil evening is the time for met He thine the vausli day My spirit is so full and tree, As fadis the li,'hl away. Mylosom swills wild holv joy i Mv heart dials s ill and low) And fondly, then withoiitanuoy, .My ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 September 1843

toe NOT THE OLORT OF 0 JB S A B B D T THE WELFARE OF ROME. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 22, 1843. VL. XVII No. 1G. BY H. B. STACY. SONG. I wish my love were some sweet flower, And I some happy roaming bee, Light winning to her woodland bower, And alllier sweetness waited me. I wish my love were some fair bird, And I some younrr and favorite tree, Where sho might come and sing unheard, Unseen, by all save love ana me. I wish I wish O what were bet? I were some stream that flowers might deck, And she a lily on my breast. With verdant arms around my neck. I wish I were the leaves that shield The rose from harm, and she the rose, Together sweet our lives to yield, Togethir in our death repose. FREEDOM. Freedom is self-control. He is not Free Who looks abroad for guidance ; or who finds In party, creed, or sect, in king's decree, Or mob's acclaim the rule of Right that binds His thoughts and feelings. Freedom dwells in minds To virtue disciplined s where sense of Right, Our ow...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 September 1843

warn wwm AMERICAN SLAVERY AND IRISH RIH'EAL. The following is mi extract from a lute speech of Mr. O'Connuu, tit a Repeal Meeting at tho Corn Exchange, Dublin. Wn commend it 10 lliu altuntton of thoso Repenleis in this qti.ulor who ullemptcd to 'cotisiiro him for his Aliolilion sentiments, Ambbican SvMrATiiv Tun Smveiiolder. Tim As jji itkni. said .Mr. U'Cotiucll, vvilh muio uf em linn llinn generosity, nvoi led canvassing the question of negro slavery in America a sympathetic disposi linn for the strimsU-s of llo Irish people ewisted on iho one hand, whilst a feeling of Irish grntitiulo c. ill on llieothcr. They were in lli.it position, when Mr. Hrosnau nnil n nun o( llio name of Moonoy, whom every body knew, thought fit to address b i ters to them, vindicating negro slavery in America, and justifying the h irrid fact that mm should be the properly of his fellow-man. He (Mr. O'Connell) wan for tit erty nil over tho world, nmoiig every seel nn I riersuasion among every creed and cas...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 September 1843

ihcm derives ilacatimateof guilt. Andlhonniountor euil, which thepublic mind nnd conscience -ockVo with any forbidden act will bo according to the ;e.i- ally and administration of the law. it is ttun that tho Scriptures exhibit a standard of i.. . i. i r i,i uniirinriiitcri e,idti fo do books of morals) hut the imimnc p al nnd wicked do not Bludy tho Scriptures or s'"c.1119 ot morality, they got their ideas of guilt from seeing nnd feeling the penalties of law. 1 lie criminal law (says an nblo jurist) is the highest and mo3t author! tativo instruction upon tho subject of crime. Moral Pl.UtnarmliuiathrnrV. It 13 VCTV COOll reading, hilt that is its nrincinal use, "plays round the head but ) IS lis principal i c, J criminal law i, ;s not near the heart. The criminal law s comes nrnclipnl It comes homo 10 an mat 13 -maui-piiiou Bt.nni In ncnaltics nro the standard of g.iilt. It Is a part o( tho moral light received as readily as tho light of day, and according to its representations of...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 September 1843

Emm &n caw m ten lie touched his harp, nnd nations heard, enlram td, CONSMU'TION AND MVUIt COS! PLAINT 1 1 DR. TAYLOR'S, BALSAM OF LIVFRWORT. From 375 Bowery, New York. IT'OR llieourcol Cough, Colds, Asthma, whoop . Ina Coiiy-h, Catarrh, palnin tlio si.lo itn.l breast, lironchitli liver complaints, and all those afl'ei-ticiti of tho t ln-oat and liins, which nro a source of so much snflenngnn'l so ofieu Icrminnle m l-ossOMr" Hon, this lemedy is justly and hiehly distinguished. It is purely vegetable, mild and "gentle In ils clients upon Ihe ylcll), nml can 1 c tnl.cn in the most deli cate cases with safely ns well as well as utility. So extensively ins It lieen uen nnu o oucn proven ccsful even in extreme and apparently almnt hope less cuse, not only ns a palialive hut a a remedy j thill tne proprietor leeis no nesiiencv in luiruuui-uiK it nd reccommending it to all who unlortitnalcty SAND'S SARSAPARILLA. FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT WIRE OP A l.b DISEASES ARISING FHOM AN IM PU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1843

t0tt fvtt fPw NOT TUB QZOBT Or OJBSAB BUT T H B W B I. T A B B Or BOMB. BY H . B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 29, 1843. VL. XVI No. 17. fee From Ihe New Mirror. A STORY BY WILLIS. Whether the following story bo true or not) discretion would requiro that wo should put it forward as a fiction. Those who wero in London some six or soven years ago will have their opinions as to the draft on the writer's imagination. Some half dozen years ago, Mrs. Wilfrid Lcfevrc, a widow with marriageable daugh ters, suddenly rose like a meteor into tho thin air of London fashion. Her first party was a faultless combination, and her subsequent parties went on not by ascending grada tions, for there was no choicer company, no better music, nor more ndmirablo disposi tion of light, supper mid decorations, to bo attained this side of Paradise, or Paris but they wcro equal to tho first, and the fickle beau-mondc remained constant. Of the small number in high society who owed their positi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1843

mm ?jmmm FOREIGN. ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. Hl'TBKX DAYS l.vri'.ll tfltOSI I'.NtiliAM). Thu Steamship Caledonia arrived lit Bos ton at luilf past 6 oVIock A. M.on Wednes day, tlio 20ih insl;int, bringing fifteen days Utrr news from F.titopo. The. most promi nent itms of news nro llio prorogation of Parliament, tlin visit of Qiecn Vielinia to France?, and O'Conncll's operations in Ire ltnd. PROItOfJATlON OF PARI.IAMHNT. I1cr or I.oitns. Alien!! 21. The House of Lords w fpciied lo-day a link- nlier twelve o'clock, ami im-rii'ilnti-ly n consalernble number of I idles were admitted, nn 1 occupied I lie benches ii'itilly appro priated In 'lio I'cers. Sevcnl Mils were reserved fur Pectcvves, vtocnine rather later. 1. 0113 before two o'clock l!io eirniieer' gallery, llio two small sidoe.nl lcrics, intended for Peers, nnil 1 lit Lmcly of llin tl(iic, were e-ompli'tely tilled, mi I ciu dy with Lubes I eev tral very yiTntisr unci wire present. The pliconp-r-roprhtcd in iho hWi'ii Minister, on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1843

,..-, ,,. , m,, I i ,, ....g . I ...Is. . 1 Communication. I To if KsctUEscv, CiiAtiLns Paine, Govnnson oftho Stato of Vcrmnnt. ' No. III. rjfoUNDS OP THE PttE.IUDICE AGAINST CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. I'ltAnSini Inmv last comiiiiinicalijn the innuiry Waiinititutcd, " ll'nl are fie proper ends nfpunith mtxt?" A survey uf the whole field nnd of llie best minorities, brought us to theconcltisicn, tlint punish mest, proceeding even on tho principles of justice, should have for its ends, the pretention of crime) the security of society from violence) tliefnrnisliingconi tninity with an instriiclivo nnd practicnl standnid of guilt, nnd, in connexion with these, the comfort and reformation of the criminal, If such bo the ends of punishment) ns has been shown, both from the Scriptures nnd from llie great masters of tho law, HVience coin's t'i about thai so violent a prejudice has arisen of late against capital punishment Allow tne in the present letter lo an swer this question. Hitherto, nil njes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 September 1843

y-r-W.vV..inv Ml lf-ei I w ii" MS Ml'H lie touched hisliarp.nnd nations heard, entrant cd. step on the threshold I the stronger is TUB DEAD SPANIEL. "Up Spaniel! the huntsman is winding his horn 1 n the greenwood j the winged echoes float 'Mid the bright bannered clouds like tho herulJs of morns Hear'si thou not the wild choir? hcar'st thou not? phi It was not thy wont with the sluggard to lie When the dingles weto voiced with the jhrill hunt ing cry. " WaUe sleeper 1 the sunbeam hath stolen on thy lair With a smile that rihuketh thy sleep i The west wind is liflinir thy rhinitis brown hair liut thy slumbers are chnnglcss and derp. Con the sunbeam not kindle thine eye as of old With ileliuhl, that thy glance is s'o dreamless and cold 7 "Tho west wind 1 ye reckon not the spell which it blinds I'ro.n the hills nnd the green forest bowers, Where the wood-birds sit laving their beautiful wings In the dew-drops that till the wild llowcrsj And tho sun-ben's glad roundelay bids thee rejoic...

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