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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 September 1856

VOL.17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMI51CII 4, 1856 NO. 28. T4I.U4HXE FARH For Setlo or Rent. Jtfm ' THAT well known Farm on the State 0jp Roads leading from St. Louis to St. Joseph na naniuoai iu fiiM-rj "vm four miles Eist of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, M., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryferd. The subscriher being desirous of leaving Mis t JOttri for a milder climate, will sell low for co, or will eive time on one half of the purchase mo V iey. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say to strangers, coming to the coun 3 try thet it is one of the best Stock Farms, and " for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the J -country? no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lie businesses better can probably be found in the State. The farm eensists of 258 Aeres 130 under cul tivation, newly fenced. There are thr?e good Wells, besides plenty of stock water Possession f ives immediately. F...

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. — 4 September 1856

1 '.. . V .- GL AS GO W W EERL Y . T I ME S . a Congressional Kansas. WAtiKAToit, August 27. The new committee of conference on the army bill met this afternoon, but without coming lo any decision, and adjourned till litis evening. There it no prospect of their agreeing. The Democriitf think themselves strong enough to pass the bill without the proviso, they having gained three votes since yesterday. The following is one of the letters from Gen. Smith, read in the Senate to-dny by Gen. Cass. FoaT LcATKNWOKTH, AllgUst 27. I have received a letter from Gov. Shan non, asking me to take the field with the whole disposable force in the Territory, to prevent the ingress of Lane's party by the northern boundary of the Territory. The information given to the government has been so exagerated, and lo my knowl edge is so incorrect, that I declined making interference in the matter. Cent. P. J. Wood, with his company of cavalry, is upon the northern frontier, and ' I shall depend upon his repo...

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. — 4 September 1856

' G L A S G O W WEEKLY TIM E 'S UliLL 1-J.JJL'.. -1! TTTFi frTiASfrflW TTMRS Howard High School-Female Depart- - jm v v i r jlu.i-jipm' The next session of this Institution com mencei on Monday next, the 8th day of FDBLUHXO EVERT THURSDAY MORR1RO BT CLARK H. GBEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM September. The Board of Instruction' is - - - V composed of Rev. W. T. Lccmt, Princi Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the I pal; Mn. LuckT, Matron) Mis Akdexor, expiration of the lima paid for.-J In- rt l.ht t r ADVE&TISXKIHT8 Inserted at tht usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertiseri. Of svsry JOB WORK, description promptly executed; at .hor competent Msistrnts, notice, on reasonable terms. I ai needed. Primary Teacher; Mrs. Tcattsa, Prepare' tory Teacher; Miss FaaiizLiir, Aoademie Teacher; Miss Dimmer, Musio Teacher; Miss Elmore, Ornamental Teacher, with which will be added, ml. 1. : t- t, T...nf, A H r IV T I I A"" UUUrUBUIIIIIK SVBBIUII HIW ATtVUKJ V. B. Palmer is our ourth...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 September 1856

G LA'S G O W W EERL Y 'TIME S'. TIME STILL M0VE3 ON. Tim it!l) movei on will) noiseless pact , And we sre loiterer by the way Few win and many lone the race ' For which they struggle, day by day: And even when the goal is gained, How seldom worth the toil it teems! How lightly valued, when obtained, The prize that flattering Hope esteemsl Submissive to the winds of chance, We toss on Life's inconstant sea; This billow may our bark advance, And that may leave it on the tee) This coast, which rises far to view, ' May thick be set with rocky muil, And that which beetle's o'er the blue, Be safest for the shattered sail. The cloud that like a little hand - Slow lingers when the morning shines, Expands its volume o'er the land, Dark as a forest sea of pines; While that which casts a vapory screen Before the azure realm of clay, Rolls upward from the lowland scene, And Irom the mountain-tops away. Oh, fond deccltl to think the flight Of time will lead to pleasures strange, And ever bring s...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 September 1856

V i , 'A V. f CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNOl, IKVARIABLY IN AbXAtU M M, 7 VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1856. NO. 29. ' YAL.UABLE PAIlW TPqj Sale or Hont. at THAT well known Farm on the State Roads leading from St. Louie to 8t. Joseph Ammnd Hannibal to the latter place, about four milea Eaat of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. The subacriher being desirous of leaving Mis souri for milder climate, will sell low for cah, r will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to aay to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and (or richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country) no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic busiDess,ao better can probably be found in the State. The farm consists of 253 Acres) 130 under cul tivation, new...

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. — 11 September 1856

( t G LAS G O W WEE KL;Y V T I M E S President Fierce on Kansas Affaire. A oominittes appointed by the National Karma Association (a Free State organi sation) wailed on the President few days rgo, to ascertain what he was going to do in reference to Kansas afTur. The Com mittee make the following report of the re mit ofllie interview: vttw ok. xnt miMOUT, .- ... , , The opinio! s expressed by, the Execu tive are- substantially as follows! ' ' t- While Government, ha been exhaust ing its constitutional powers (which ore limited) to maintain order, Kansas Aid So. cielia nave been actively stirring up rebell ion, A factious a pirii among the people or Knnsas rejecting institutions which they need not have concerned themselves about, nid which would have all: come right in time, originated the troubles. , From the na ture, habits and education of tho border men, it was natural to find them excited by such an agitation. At this crisis, the North, instead of sending in armed men, who went...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 September 1856

X G LA SGOW WEEKLY TIME THE GLASGOW TIMES. fVILIIBED CVIRY TBUSDAT MORIHO CLARK H. QEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER VANNUM IXTARIAnLV 1W ADVANCE, Subicriptiona promptly discontinued at the expiration of. tns urns paia tor, ADTIKTHIMIHTS IuitrHd at th usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. "'job wonR, Of every description promptly executed at thor notice, on reasonable terms. AfiENTSi V. B. Palm eb is our ourthorized Agent In New York, Boston, and rmiadeipma. C. Boahdmaic, Linneus. . , G. H. Bocichat, Huntsville. Wayland A Co., Roanoke. THoa. G. Sharp, Bloomingtoo. J. H. Pinny, Penny's P. O.' Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. HniiLC. Trenton. JT Postmasters generally are requnted to act a agents. All agonts are requested to remit by mall waenever wey nare convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vice President ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. raSSIDENTIAL ELECTOKS. arL District James O. Broadhead, Pike. 2d. do. Thomas...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 September 1856

G L A S G O W 'W E E K L it' (T'I M E S ' Ma. Buchaiiaw aud the Was with GaiAT Bhitaih. The following i (opted frora the Cliambersburg (P.) Repository and Transcript, a newspaper published for mora than sixty years in the county where Mrs Buchanan was born. - The Sag-Nicht organs may rake up everything that their candidate (aid and did during the last war with Great Britain, and they will find noth ing but what it perfectly consistent with that most abominable and horrible old Fourth of July erstion of his: The Philadelphia 'A rgui rejoices that Jamea Buchanan waa so much of a Federal ist to tlioulder hia musket and march to the defence of Baltimore in 1814. If the Argus can show- thai Jamea Buchanan ever saw Baltimore that year, we'll deny that Frank lin county gave him birth. Mr. Alexander VV. Hood, an early friend and neighbor ol Mr. Buchanan, but at present residing a few miles south of (his city, relates, that in Au gust, 1814, several volunteer companies, in response to a call...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 September 1856

r 4 "L J V. I In'' VOL. 17. " ' . GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 185G. NO. 30. - . . : . - hi T TAI.irni.r. rtnx For Sale or Ilont. THAT weN known Farm on the 8Ute u Roads leading from 8t. Louii to St. Joseph tlm and Hannibal to the latter place, about four mile) East of Keytesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo.j formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herryford. The subscriber being desirous of leaving Mis souri for a milder climate, will sell low for cah, or will eive time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that It is only nacasaary to say to strangers coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the caaatryi no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic busiBeas.no better can probably be found in the State. ' The farm consists of 258 Acres; 130 under cul tivation, newly fenced. There are thr?e good Wells, beside plenty of st...

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. — 18 September 1856

a V, 4" GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES V.wttauret which the public Interest might jocratt In Iht Stole, wlm, though bound by require. INeeer before had any Adtnimatra lion mora inviting opportunities or more ample meant to accomplish the great end el republican government to do the greatest mount of good to the greatest number or the people. But. those opDortnnitiee have been Reelected end those meant have been to say, watted. The Administration hat succeeded 1 him: in denationalising the government, by ma king all the great quetliont of constitutional principle of national policy tnbnrdinnte to the local and transitory quettion of tlavery in the Territorict, and in to doing htt loat the prestige with which it began iu career, and hat tunic into odium, even with itt own party. And (he Government, in tell-made weakness, has lost the confidence of lire people, and bat no longer the Mwer to en force the lawt of the land. It cannot even catch a a runaway negro and restore him to Vlia matter, ecco...

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. — 18 September 1856

GLASGOW WE EKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. rciLiiato svtar thubsday morwiho CLASS H. GREES, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IMTAlllABXT IX ADTAftCK, (22T Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ef the time paid for.J adtibtTikmihti Inserted at th usual rate. A liberal diicount to Yearly Advertisers. jon irons., Of every description promptly executed,.' at sbor notice, on reasonable Urine. AGENTS. T. B. Pal ft a i our ourthorized Agent In New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boas dm an, Linneus. O. H. Bvrckrait, Huntsville. Wavland A Co., Roanoke. Tuoi O. Shaf, Bloomingtoo, J. H. Pinny, Penny's P. O. PowiLt ft Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O H. HriiLr, Trenton. t3TPostmssters generally are reqnasted to act as seents. All aidants are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. Cam MnttKb. The Camp Meeting; at Betlicl Camp Ground closed last Monday, liaving continued ten days. Large congre ghtions were in attendance during the whole meeting About t...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 September 1856

GL A S G OW 'W'E'E'K L'f . T I M E g T ' TKB POET XARK. r f iJ. J A. J ' t , tL The purple liilfs'ara tinged with gold, ; ' Th Veiling hour is drawing high ' And yet, near yonder cloud, behold Hid lark it toarir.g iri ths ky1 V , T; Why if he there at inch an hour?. . ''The twilight rSreep the vale alung, ;71ie drowsy bee now. quits the flower, : ! r. The thrush has closed his vesper song. I heard him b'ef tlis waving eofn C ' ' Herald the dawning of tbe day, . . .'And now, on fluttering pinions borne, . 1 He chants, its parting ronrulelny. ' -Ha'rkl how the little minstrel sing's, 1 . Among tbe golden clouds of even, While up he springs on golden wings,. ' As if his spirit were iu heaven, . : : i. ; i Is it ambition onlls him there, . ' There prompts so sweet a song to flow? Ah! no, no, 'tis nil for her ' T 1 ', Who nestles in the vale below. For her lie mounts the clouds among, -,' For her attunes his melody AndThus, my love, expressed in song, , It all that I can give to thee! ta...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 September 1856

sfa'isMiss'.sstsmsiisMRi V 25, 185G. NO. 81. TAU'ADLG FARn For Bnlo or IX out. "Tit AT well known Firm on ihe State (toads leading from St. Louii to St. Joseph ' Hannibal to the latter' place, about tour miles East ot Kejrtesville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and .occupied by the late James Herryford. " i The suuscriher being desirous of leaving Mis aouri for a milder climate, will sell low for cvh, or will give time on one half ot the purchase mo ney. Tiiis Farm is so well known that it is only, necessary to say to strangers coming to the coun try thet it is. one of the best Stork Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country; no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic busmesi.no better can probably be found in the State. . l The farm consists of 233 Acres; 130 under cul tivation, newly fenced. There are three good Wells, besides plenty of stock water , Possession Siren immediately. . For further pa...

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. — 25 September 1856

G LA SGOW ' W E ERL Y -I ' ' ---r- TIMES Got. Geary. This gentleman, upon hit arrival t Lt-, enmlon issued an Imiugnrnl Address to the jxinple, (which have hot room for this week,) and U following: " v Wheress: A Urge numher of volunteer militia have been culled lulu vlie service of lh territory of Kansas, ly authority of the lute acting governor, for the maintenance of order, many or Whom have been token from thoi occupation or business, and deprived 4 their ordinary means of support and of llieir domestic enjoyments) and . . Whereas: The employment of militia is rot authorized by my Instructions trom the general government, except upon requisi tion of the commander of the military de partment in which Kansas is embraced: and Whereas: An authorized regular force has been placed at my disposal sufficient to in tire the execution of the laws that mny be obstructed by nombinations Imi powerful to -be suppressed ly the ordinary course ol ju dicial proceeding; now Therefore,!, Jonn W. C...

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. — 25 September 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. rcaUmtD ivikt tbcbsdat atoaaiaa tt . CLAEK H. OEEBM, "i AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM . tNTAniABLY IX ADTAWCE, y Subscription! promptly discontinued at lb ' sxpiration of tht time paid tot-JtA ADVZStTlllflXTI Inserted at th usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. , ' -i JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed; at ihor notice, on reasonable terins. ' AGENTS. T. B. Palmes ia our ourthorised Agent to New York, Boiton, tnd Philadelphia. C. Boakdmak, Linneus. . , l. O. H. Bobca-mabt, Huntsville. 1 - ' 1 Watlawd ft Co., Roanoks. -j.v' i'U -r.f Thos o. Shabt, Bloominfton. J. H. Pasus, Penny's P. O. - ; r. Powell ft Co., Cambridge. . , : f . W. A. Wilson, Marshall. . . . , . Q. H. Hubble, Trenton. . "Postmasters generally ar requasted to act II agent. t - i . ' : All agent are requested to remit by mail whenever they hare convenient amount!. , , For Preiident MILLARD FILLMORE, . t ; , Of New York. i ; For Vict Preiident ANDREW JACKSO...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 September 1856

G L 'A' s 'g' b ' 1 YV 'E E Iv L .(i0iMJs;? THS AMERICAS GIRL. Otlf hew rt with mr tnttlft land, t j"" J Our tong U " for her glofvf warrior' breathi it in our hand, . ... " Her lip bre ith out her glory, ; ;" -- her lofty nills nl valleys greenV f.; Aft shining bright before. st ;(' ', t i . And like a rainbow sign is seen t v ' He proud flag waving oVrtt. .v.. And tiiere are smiles upon her lips . -t ,, For lliose who meet our foeman, . . Fur fcJory's tnr know no tclipso, : ' f When smiled upon hy vomon, ' For those who brave the mighty deep," .'. ;And scorn tlie threat of danger . We've smiles to cheer, nnd tears to wee) - For every ocean ranger. . - ' , Our hearts are with our native londr - Our songs hie for her freedom) r:;; Our prayers are lor the gull ant bond ' strike where honor leads them.'J Wlirlov the taintless air we brealbe, rTi freedom' endless dower,).' . We'll twine for him an endless wreath V ".' . Wlio seorns a tyrant's power. -,' J ,-, 'tV- . 't t r" ' They tell...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 October 1856

CL wiK. ii. GREEN, EDITOR KSO PROPRIETOR. 10 ( ONE DOLLAR PER AN M M, INVARIABLY IN ADVAKCK. VOL. 17. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1856. NO. 82. rAl,UtOI,K FARM Por Sale ox Hont. cfei THAT well known Farm on the 8tate jX Roads leading from St. Louis to St. Joseph JXT ind Hannibal to the Utter place, about four miles East of Keyteaville, Chariton Coun ty, Mo., formerly owned and occupied by the late James Herry ford. The subscriber being desirous of leaving M ouri for a milder climate, will aell low far cash, or will give time on one half of the purchase mo ney. This Farm is so well known that it is only necessary to say toatrangera coming to the coun try that it is one of the best Stock Farms, and for richness of soil, is unsurpassed by any in the country) no better can probably be found in the country, and as to its locality for doing any pub lic business,no better can probably be found in the The farm consists of 258 Aeresj 130 under cul tivation, newly fenced. There...

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. — 2 October 1856

GLASGOW WEE K'L Y-TIMES HOWARD FAIR. - t .J f .k. 8EC0ND DAT. -. 1 CATTLE. Bull 3 years old and upwards; 1 entry, nrst premium "KolU, owned by John JJ. Clark, Uuli, 2 and under 3; 3 entries, first pre mium '-Utah," owned by John Miller, seo nnd premium 'Dnt. Webster," owned by Richard A. Lamb, Boone. Bull, 1 and under 2; 3 entries, first pre mium '-Louisville," owned by TV Jenkins, Boone, second premium "Lord Malcolm," owned by Jno. C. McKinney, Boone. Bull, 1 yenr old; 2 entries, first premium "Dan I. Boon," uivued by Jno. C. McKin ney, Boone, second premium "White Cloud," owned by John Miller. ' Cow, 3 years and upward; 15 entries, first premium "AnnGorey," owned by Jas. ii. Crews, Randolph, second premium "Kentucky Selle," owned by Theo. Jen Vina, Bo.me. ' "Cow,U and nncl-er 3; 3 entries, first pre mium "Lilly Dale,'"owned by Geo. Frazier, JJoone, second premium "Cordie Jenkins," 4wned bv John Miller. Cow, I and under 2; 4 entries, first pre mium "Fanny Fern," owned by John Mil l...

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. — 2 October 1856

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. THE GLASGOW TIMES. roattinto iviat thcbsdat atoasmo ar CLARS H. QEESN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADTAftCE, (ST Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time pld (or.J ADVIRTItlXIHTS Inserted at toe usual rates . . A liberal dlicount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed at shor aotice, on reasonable terini. AGENTS. V. B. Palmes ii our ourthorized Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boasdmah, Linneui. O. H. BcacKHAir, Huntsville. Wavlano at Co., Roanoke. Tmoi. O. Smabf, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powrr.t k Co., Cambridge. W. A. WiLtoif, Marshall. O. H. Hobble, Trenton. (jyPostmasters generally are requasted W act ai agents. , All agents nre requested to remit by mail 'whenever they have convenient amounts. For President MILLARD FILLMORE, of New York. For Vic Prciidetit ANDREW JACKSON DONELSON, of Tennessee. ktSCNTIAL CLECTOBS. 1st. District James O. Broadhead, Pike. Sd. do...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 October 1856

GLAS tJO W llWEE R'LY' T'l M'E 8 -i' Frtnt Ui Ni Y". Journal of Commerce. MOUKN THX LIVIHQ. T . LOTUS. , Mourn thi living, not the dead, . Sigh not for tii early fled; Would je have those beings back Who hare crossed life's t rmy track? Would you have them on Time's shore, 'Alid its rocks and ocean roai? ' Mourn the living drop a tear O'er the pallid child of fear; O'er the broken hearted crowd, That thousand storm have bowed; Living grief has ears to hear, ft will bless thee for a tear. Mourn the living, why should grief . Wet the yellow autumn leaf? ' ' Never neath the richest dews, Could it gain it early hues; But thy tears and care may give Strength to timid flowers to live. . Mourn the living, not the dead Plant gay flowers above their bed; Sing, fur kongs are for the blest; Smile, for peaceful is their rest; For their songs once cheered our dreams, And their smile gave hope its beams. Mourn the living, not the dead, Sigh not for the early fled, Rather weep for those w horn dea...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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