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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 April 1856

NVW EIVM.SI VI CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. itiidmil- iiflLiiM ONE DOLLAR PER AN INVARIABLY IN ADVA LKCE. $ VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1856; Nth 7. ; TO TIIE PEOPLE. XT is well known that Ninvous or lice hkad achc, ir not only a common disease in the Wes tern country, but that it has been considered incu rable. Such nn anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an effort even to relieve ids rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, ' jlliless frequently made. These considerations part, have induced me to try in my own prae ' tice a prescription from a distinguished physician at the United Slates, which I am pleased to say, M nas, in nearlyvery instance, either prevented a ! paroxyiam, relieved it when foime'., 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 ascombined and applied to the cure of ...

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. — 10 April 1856

mil n il wjJuiUi.juMHjiiuj iuyaun.uMJ-tt.'jMWJmwif.i?i.'jiiiiJiJ' E3 Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. PEACE VIRTUALLY DECLARED. , The French Empress has a Son, . )New York,' April 2. Tli Atlantic nrrived at this port at elev en o'clock this morning, bringing Liverpool dates to March 10th. Pnuos is considered as virtually conclu ded, and the arrival of Prussia'! plenipoten tiary, at Paris was ulone waited to sign the protocol.' . . - ,.,' - ' A son in born to the Emporor and Empress or France, The IirilUh Parliament wag not iu ses sion, owing te the Easter recess. Nothing hud transpired respecting Amer ican RlTiiirs. ' No tidings of the Pacific;' ' 1 . LATEST.', Loudcs, . Wedncsduy a. m. The Paris bulletin of yesterday soys the Empress and child ure doing well, "Advices from . Africa 'lb the 25th ult., state the coast to be healthy but business dull. Thero had been disturbance on the Cape Coast in which thirty mitives were killed mill one hundred wounded, , The ships Sarac...

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. — 10 April 1856

TJJE JMG TIMES. rvBLiineo tvrar inuRioit Moasiso bt f CI ARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IcVTA.MABI.Y IX ADVANCE, Jjy Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the lira paid for ADVKftTIIXHKNTI Inserted tt the usual rates. A liberal discount Yearly Advertisers. . '. Jon WORK, Of every description promptly executed at ihor notice, on reasonable terma. . V. B. Palmes i our ourthorixed Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. , , . . C. Boaroman, Linneus. ' G. H. Bobckmakt, Hutitsville. , ; . , Wavland k. Co., Hoanoke. Thoi. O. Sharp, Bloomington. ' ' ' J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hcbblb, Trenton. (py Postmasters generally are requasted to act as agents. . . . ("AII agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, April 10, 1856. look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has ex pired. C-V S...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 April 1856

G L A S G O W 1 W E E R L Y TI MES V TWENTY TEAKS AGO. I met a girl the other day ' Home twelve) years old, or so, The ironge of a nymph I loved Horn twenty years ago. The blushing check, the sparkling eye, The hair of raven flow Ah how thry let my heart a-blase Some twenty years ago. I spoke her answers did not much Of wit or wisdom show But thus the lovely Mary talked Some twenty years ogo 1 What! could a shallow girl like this, My heart in tumult throw? I must have been a little green Some twenty years ogo 1 I've met the lovely Mary since Her charms have vanished though Here wit and wisdom are the same As twenty yeas ago! I look upon her faded cheek, Unlit my feelings glow ; And thank her that she scorned my lqve Some twenty years ago! Fond boy 1 who now would' st gladly die To please some simpering Miss God knows what thou wilt think of her Some twenty years from this I 1856. SPRIXtt STOCK 1856. E. H. MILLER & CO., No. 32 and 34 Main street, St. Louis, Mo., Importers, Wholes...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 April 1856

f ! I f i ' J ( ,4 CLARK H. GREEN, , EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 17. Glasgow, mo., Thursday morning, aprili7, issg. ONE DOLLAR PERAKlNtM, I INVARIAELY IX ADVANCE. ) . NO. 8. TO THE PEOPLE. XT li well known that nervous or sick iifad achs, is not only a common disease in tlic Wcs tarll country, but that It has been considered incu rable. Such, an anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an ell'ort even to relieve itia rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, ' illilesi frequently made. Those considerations yu part, have induced rue to try in my own prac tice a prescription from a distinguished physician ot the United States, which I am pleased to say, nas, in nearly every instance, cither 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 ascombined and applied to the cure of ncrruut...

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. — 17 April 1856

GLASGOW WEEK L Y T IMES. f? 13 6 Causes of our Defeat. The American Party ti defeated In the canvass for city officers in St. Louis. The mejority, it will be seen, it Urge, - We admonished our country fricnd,in our Inst weekly, that w should be defeated. Ve hope they were prepared for the result. We confess ourselves to be somewhat sur priied A the large majority obtained against in. Tliii it the only surprise we feel. But this large majurity i easily understood, when we look fairly at the facts of the case. 1. Il should be remembered that though the American Party carried the city last April, it was by a minority volt. Mayor King beat John H. Ligjiluer, the Denton randiilate, of last spring, bv 1,000 votes. Rut John JIv gan drew elf 2,000 votes at that election as un independent candidate; and these independent voters wero mostly Ger mans of the Jlntieger school, Catholics, end nld line Whigs, It is fair to assume that this entire vote (here and there an excep tion among former Whi...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 April 1856

GLASGOW WEE K'L Y T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. tCBMSHED EVERY TUUIICAT M0B1USO BT CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADJANCEj (JajP Subicriptions promptly discontinued at (he txpirution otf tlie time paid for.gij) ADVERTISEMENTS InswUd at tl usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, notice, on reasonabli Ot tTcry description promptly executed at shor reasonanie lerms. AGENTS. V. B. Palmer h our ourtb.orir.ed Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. . C Boaiidmak, Linneus. O. H. BuacitHAaT, Iluntsville. Wavland Bl Co., Roanoke. Thoi. O. SiiAae, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell Co., Cambridge. W. A. WitaoN, Marshall. O II. Hobble, Trenton. (9rPoaUaaslere generally are requasted to act a agents. (jy All agents ara requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOMISSOUIU. Thursday Morning:, April. 17 1850. Notice. We nolo tlie time persons begin to lake the paper, end promptly discontinue when the time e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 April 1856

raMKMMMnm gl'as&o vv W EERLY-TIMES. Lore aud soap. A bct of Philadelphia, recently published the Subjoined address I v TO MARY. We are young, , ' And both are loving. You love me. And I lore you; Each, each other'a Faults reproving Some In me ... And iome in you, What is best for Ul to do? : Liv and love, ' . ' Continue loving . Yon loving me, ' ' I loving jouj ' Each, each other'a . Faults reproving You reproving me; Ijoui This is the best for us to dol The editor of the Sunday Mercury, knowing the writer's aversion to personal cleanliness, res ponded as follows: TO HARRY. We want soap, And both need scrubbing, You soap me, And I soap you ' , Each, each other's . Hough hides rubbing You scrub me, and I scrub you, What is best for us to do? Live and rub, ' Continue rubbing You rubbing me, I arbbing youj . Each, each other's - " Rough hides scrubbing You scrubbing me) I you; This is the best for us to do! 150. 1856. SmiSTtt STOCK R. H. MILLER & CO., . No. 32 and 34 Main stree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 April 1856

rv t i it,. V V. V JY'i,-.".v or . v i in -1 t v vi. i ,i a '' w o ' " ' ' 1 CLARK IL GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PKR AKM "M, j! IK VARIABLY IN A M'A 'C J VOL. 17. ' , i H GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 185G. NO. 0. TQ;3CHI3 PEOPLE. : XT !i well known that ntnvocs or sick head Actti, i not only a common disease in the Wes tern country, but that it haa been considered inen rabla. Such an anomaly, indeed, have medical Ben believed it to be, that an effort even toreliev Ihs rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, ' ill. less frequently made. These considerations vh fart, have induced me to try in my own prac (ice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United States, which I am pleased to say, as, 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 nderstood ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 April 1856

G LA SGOW WEEK'LY. TIME S . Freceediogt of the American Nomina-! ting Contention of the State of Mil ouri. ". The delegates assembled at the Hull or the Mercantile Library Building, On Thitra tiny, the 17lh inst., and at 12 m. the Con vention was colled to order by Gen. Smith, ill' Petlii, on whose motion, Cul. Russel, ol Cam, wa chosen temporary President. The president, after a Tew brief and ap propriate remarks, was conducted to the chair; when, on motion, Col. Tlioi . A. Har ri t wss chosen temporary Secretary, and Messr.. E. Y. Cowgill, C. II. Green, E. S.j Darlington, and B. W. Grover, were cho en Assi.tnnt Secretaries. On motion the Chair appointed, on com mittee ol Credential', Gen. Smith of Petti, Mr. Douglas of St. Louis, and Cot. Swita U r of Boone. Delegate were then requested to hand in their credentials; the committee retired; und the Convention, in order to afford time tor the committee to make report, adjourned until 2 o'clock, r. n. AlTtBHOOX SESSION. Tha Convention...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 April 1856

i mill iiiwHi jj jjt!JL?j'll'jjjT G L' A S G O WEE K L -Y T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. rDBLISHtO KVCAY THURSDAY MOBMltO BT CLARK H. GEEBH, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY lit ADVANCE, Subscriptions promptly discontinued it In expiration of the time paid for.J - ADT1BTIIIMIHII Inserted at the usual rate. A liberal ditcount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed at ihor notice, on reasonable terma. ' AOESTd. V. B. Palm kk ia our ourthorized Agent In New - York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boardmah, Linneui. O. H. Borckhabt, Huntsville. Wavlahd fc Co., Roanoke. Thoi. O. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. PtBNT, Penny'e P. O. Poweil ft Co., Cambridge. W. A. WiLKH, Marshall. O. H. Hubblr, Trenton. (tPos toasters generally are requested to act at agents. (9" All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. For President MILLAED FILLMOER, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, or lennessee. raiSlOKNTIAL BLECTOU. ...

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

G L A SiG'O WJ W:E:E K LvY OTiinVLRS). POETET AXD FASHIOH. Splashing thro tht gutters. Trailing thro' the mire, Mud up to the ankles, . And a little higher ' . Little boys uprorious, 'Cauie you show your feetl Bleu net this it glorious -Sweeping down the ttreetl . 18M. Bonnet on the shoulders, , None up to the sky . . . . Both hands full of flounces, Raised la Shanghai. " Undershirts beapatered, -Looking amassing neat; . , , All your ailki "get watered," ' Sweeping down the street. Model Electioneering an actual rACT An old gentleman in Virginia, "unaccustomed to pub lic speaking," who had once been to the Legislature, desired to open the canvass at Mill, on muster day. The "nation's bulwark" hav ing laid aside their cornstalks and refreshed themselves with the juice of the grain, assembled around the store porch to hear the speech. Squire commenced thus: "Fellow-citizens, I am a cande date tor a seat in the next Legisla te." . - r-.' "We all know that," bawled a dozen, which put th...

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

CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER A INVARIABLY IN ADV NNL'M, j .AKCE. J VOL. 17. TO THE PEOPLE. T li well known that i-nnvot-s or hick head ache, it not only a common disease in the Wes tern countey, but that it has been considered incu rable. -Such an anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an effort even torelieve ilis rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure if, illrless frequently made. These considerations ,n part, have induced me to try in my own prac tice a prescription from a distinguished physician Jf the United States, which I am pleased to say, nas. in nearly every instance, either prevented a paroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cured the (tie 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 of nervoaf dit eaitt. The question-so often asked for centuries past, and never satisfac...

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. — 1 May 1856

GL AS GO V W EERL Y ' T IMES. Great Cattla. V copy the following from a lata num ber of ! Albany Knickerbocker; "Some of tin finest cattle we ever taw wer brought to this cily last Sartirdnjr on the Central Railroad. There were thirty Tour head, with an average weight of two thousand four hundred pound. They sold for ten cents a pound live weight, which is equal to f 240 each. They were gtown by F. F. Harris, of Champagne, Illinois, who ha one hundred head of the snme weight till to bring to market, Mr. Harris is one rf the largest stock farmers in the world. Hi farm contains four thousund acres. lie keeps usually about 500 head of cattle snd GOO head of hogs. About the first of May he turns the cattle on the prairie, and they graze under the control of mounted herds men, who pen them at n'ght. By the first of autumn his herds, with the wide range of prairie, reach the climax of bovine perfec tion, and a more attractive sight cannot be found. Through the winter those intended for sp...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 May 1856

i:m 1 ' !' .HI! ' ". 'III',J'II" IIF.J' St I' I I.H I GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rUBMSUED EVERY TIIl'BSDAT MOHK1KO B T CLARE H. GEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXVAHIAIILY IK ADTANC'E, Iffl" Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.J ADVKRTISIMINTi Itisutvil at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed at shot notice, on reasonable term.fi AGENTS. ' V. B. Palme it our ourthorized Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. O. Boakoman, Linnens. , ' ft. 1C. BuacKHAXT. Huntsville.' Wavlano &. Co., Koanoke. Tiros. G. Smart, Hloominelon. J. H. Psknv, Penny's- VM. Powr.Lr. tc Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marfhall. d. H. Huhrlk, Trenton, (ty Postmasters generally are rtquastetl to act ns agents. IJ" All agents arc requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of. New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSOX DONELSON, of Tennessee. 1st. 2d. 3...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 May 1856

G L A S G O W W E E K L Y T I'M E S The World ii Lous Sine Thou art Gone. The world is lone sinco thou art gone, The flues are not no blue, The musio ol the winds is flown, The start are dimmer too. Nighl lias a deep and holy power, Then blessed spells are given Thou loved one! at this lonely hour Leave, leave thy home in Heaven. I see thee when the crimson light Of sunset gilds each hill J When twilight deepens into night, I see, I see thee still. I wander where the lonely wood Is flushed with Autumn's dyes, And in the whispering solitude, I hear, I heaMhy sighs. I dream of thee when starlight fulls Around the sleeping trees, And to my lone heart's haunted halls There comes on every breeze, Some murmur of a voice long hushed, Some strain of spirit love Thou lost one! tears for thee have gushed, Smile on me from above. There is a golden glory now Bright in the dreamy West, I gaze and sigh, and dream that thou Hast wandered there to rest. Oh, spirit ! bless me, hear my prayer! This s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 May 1856

IJJIIL H.H.UWillMlH'. ti (1 CLARK H.GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1856. NO. ii. TO THE PEOPLE. XT is well known that nr.nvoui omicit head ache, is not only a common disease In the Wes tern country, but that it has been considered incu rable. Such an anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an effort even torelieve itis rarely attempted, and an endeavorto cure it, ' illtless frequently made. These considerations vn part, have induced me to try in my own prac tice a prescription from a distinguished physician f the United 8tate( whieh I am pleased to say, Has, 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 ascomlmied and applied to the cure of nemont dUentri. Th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 May 1856

G L A S G O W WEEK L Y T I M E S:. AcocpUnc? of Major Donelson. V publish below the letter of the com mittee appointed by tho National American Convention to inform Major Donelson of his nomination at the American candidate for Vice President, end hit reply. Major Don elson modestly but frankly acting upon the American maxim that public office should neither be sought nor deolined, accept the nomination. In hit letter of acceptance he briefly and tuccinctly points out the great existing political evils which threaten the dissolution of the Union and the prostration of our republican institutions, and explains the difference between the old and nu Dem ocratic party. Hit letter evinces a mature consideration and a statesman-like apprecia of the public policy of our country: Philadelphia, Feb. 26, 1856. , To Hon. Ahdriw J. Dokelson: 1 Sia: The National Convention in this oity having unanimously chosen you as their candidate for the Vice Presideny of the United States in the approaching...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 May 1856

G L AS GOW WEEKLY TIMES. t )1 -41 THE GLASGOW TIMES. rOBUSKCD tVlRT THURSDAY MORH1HO Bt CLAHK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.gfl A D V I B TlTl If K N T I Inserted at the usual rate. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. XX v JOIIffORH, notice, on reasonabh Of every description promptly executed at hor inanie terms. AGENTS. V. B. Palmus is our ourthoriied Agent in New ' York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. BoAaDMAN, Linneus. O. H. BuacKHART, Huntsvillo, Waylant) & Co., Roanoke. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hubblk, Trenton, (fy Postmasters generally are requested to act as agent. jy All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. . For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. . PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS 1st. District Thomas h. Anderson. ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 8 May 1856

G L A S G O W ! W E E K L Y ,,vTl;M E &l A NAME IN THE SAKS. : Alone I walked the ocean strand, ' , A poorly ahell wat In my hand; . ' I stooped and wrote upon the sand ' My name the year the dny. , , As onward from the spot I pasted, i One lingering look behind I cast A wave came rolling high and fast, And washed my lines away.' And so, methonght, 'twill shortly to With every mnrk on earth from mcj A wave of dark oblivion's sea Will sweep across the place ' Where I have trod the sandy shore Of Time, and been, to be no more; . Of me, my fume, the name I bore, To leave no track nor trace. And yet with Him who counts the sands, And holds the waters iu His hands, I know a lasting record stands Inscribed against my name, Of all this mortal part hns wrought, Of all this thinking soul has thought, , And from the' fleeting moments caught . For glory or for shame. ' Land Warrants. , The number of warrants that have been issued from the department under the act of the third of March, 185...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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