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"He Ever Liveth to Make Intercesssion." [HEB. VII, 25.] [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

'He Ever Iitveth to Make Intercession.' [Heb. vn, 25.] : By Hahbiet MoEwes KiMBAix.. I will arise and go unto my father And say — what shall I say ? O to abase myself in silence, rather, And weep my guilt away ! ?What can I plead, who have no ploa to offer In presence of His grace ? There was no help for mo ho did not proffer ; How shall I seek His faco P So often He has heard my poor confession, And sont mo on my way, Rejoicing in the sweet assured possession Of pardon one brief day. - ' My6ins! my sins! they seem tomountto heaven ! I can look up no more. Not new sins, but the old, so oft forgivon ; The old sins o'er and o'er. Yet must I rise and go unto my Fathor, The heavier grows my loai The more I need dolivoranco. 0 to gather Some strength upon the road ! 1 said £ had no plea. Alas ! excuses Would but increase my sin, Thev are of pride, and Ho to pride refuses what penitence may win. Already on my heart this sore oppression Seems less as I draw near ; And out of Heavon a Voico...

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Railway Extension Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

E&nilwiiy SSxtcMNfoii Meeting. On Satuvday afternoon last a public mooting was hold at tho School of Arts, Milton, having boon coiivouoil by tho Mayor, through a numor ou.sly signal requisition, for tho purposo of strengthening tho movement already sot on foot at Shoalhavou for urging upon tho Govornmont tho dosirability of sending tho trial survoy from Kinma to Jorvis Bay. auu iiii;uuiiiy min i.in, mutiny ruaprosemaiivo in its character, among thoso prosont wo noticed Mossors. Jamos Warden, F. M'Mahon, John Millor, Thos. Hobbs, tho Mayor and sovoral of tho Aldormon. Thos. W. Garrnd, Esq., (Mayor of Ulladulla) was voted to tho chair, and in opening tho pro ceedings rand the requisition convening tho mooting and said ho thought thnt tho public had taken a wiso .step in mooting together to discuss railway oxtontion, as ho had noticed whilo read ing debates in tho IIouso upon tho oxtonsion to Coal Cliff that most of tho mombnrs lookod upon it as an almost sottlod question that ...

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Stray Notes from the Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Stray RJotcs Itusii the ffilt!ir«-jio!in. . , [EY AN OCCASIONAL CONTMBUTOn.] TllEliE is nothing vory startling, or of much interest to chroniclo thoso last few days, iiiiloss it bo in the waj' of inuidcr and'suicido.— siich lis that horriblo tiugody at tlio North Shore — and tlio Knnd wick tram accident, whereby a few citizens wore scratched, bruised , barely escaping being killed, among whom was Mr. Henry. Clarke, M.P.: for Eden ; thus gi virig tho Eecinng, News something to writo about in emidatnnutioa. of tram- ways arid motors, more especially tho latter. J 'That paper has always exhibited marked opposition to steam motors, ; but favoured horso traction. 'Much qiiiot agitation 'is1 going on to compel tho Govonimont lo substitute horse for stoampower, but I.don't think it will avail, and I hope not; for why should: wo go back a C]iiar toi' of; a century because | other cburitrios do it ' What; will succeed in 'tho'; end to: abolish tram wnys in the city ontiicly, is tho '.'? comb...

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Humour. BROTHER GARDNER'S LAMENT OVER MODERN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Ibumour. BHOTUEK GARDNER'S LAMENT OVER MODERN 'What I am longing arter,' said Brother Gardner, as Trustee Fullback ceased cough ing and Samuel Shin finally got a restf or his feot — ' What I am longin' arter am a sight of a good old-fasliuned man or woman — Bich as wo could find in every houso thirty years ago, but such as cannot be found now in a week's hunt. It makes mo lonesome when I realize dat our old-fashuned men an' wimin am no mo'. In do days gono by if I fell siok ono woman would run in wid catnip, anodor wid horseradish leaves, anoder wid a bowl o' gruel an' tears would be shed an, kind words spokon, an' ono couldn't stay siok to savohim. In dose good olo days do kalikor dress an' white apron abounded. An honest woman wasn't afearcd to wash her faco on account of do powder. Ebory woman wore hor own hair, an' sho woro it to please herself instead of fashion. Thick shoes kept de feet dry, thick clothes kept do body warm, an' dar was no winkin' an' wobblin' an' talkin' frew ...

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Cable Intelligence. London, Aug. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Cable Intelligence. {From the Sydney Papers.) London, Aug. 10. In tho Houso Commons to-day Mr. Gladstone ?stated- that it was considered impossible to rogtoro tho status quo in Egypt, and a prolongod ?odjBtpation. wus undesirable. Canards aro in circulation to tho ofToct tliat Russia has sccrotly inndoofl'ors to ussist Turkoy, if tho lattor ohoso to resist tho domnndu of Eng AUlllL 111 LllU LUllU'lU 111 lUM/llllll^ UJUUL 111 .IJ£J|IU. The despatch of tho troops for Egypt is tnkiug placo with tho least possiblo dolny, and tho embarkation is now nearly complotod of tho various rogimonts, who are leaving daily, and will contimio to do so until all aro despatched. Tho Ladies' Land Loaguo in Iroland has boon dissolved. Aug. 11. / In tho TIouso of Commons last night, Sir Charles Dilko stated that tho Porto was roady to concludo tho military convention, and to act with Groat Britain in restoring tho authority of tho IChcdivo in Egypt. August 12. Tho match botwoon tho Australian Elovon nnd ...

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Household. RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

Ifoousebolb. ' | RE CIPES. ? Pineam'le Cake.— One oupful of butler, two of pulverized sugar,' two oupfuls of flour, seven eggs, two tablospoonfuls of baking now dor, two tablespoonfnls of water, a large pmch of salt. Work the butter to a very light cream add tho sugar, then tho well-beaton yolks, tho whites beaten to a very stiff froth, the water, and lastly the flour, baking powder and salt sifted well together. Bake in jolly cake pans, in a hot oven. Spread pineapple marmalade Boiled Leo ov Mutton. — Wash and trim a perfectly fresh leg of mutton. Plungo it into enough boiling salted water to cover it well. Lot it boil hard for a fow minutes, then set it back whore it may boil slowly for two or two and ono-half hours. It must not bo allowed to stop boiling. Do not stick a fork into it to try it, or tho juices will escape Keep the water woll skimmed all tho timo it is boiling. The broth should bo saved for soups. It is very nice boiled in rich soups or stock. Servo with caper sauce....

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HENRY KENDALL. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 17 August 1882

1SI27VRY KKN1JAM*. In Mo»niAM. Pirou out our inliM, 1ms pimscil inlo W» rrat, Our own Hwcot Hilmur, wlium wo ill could npnro j How low Uio liL'iul— for Ho him t.liminht it beat ; ?'Tia of ton ho— Urn mom Unit jivnniim.il fiiir, No'urblossomcil to n biitflil ummllircl noon, For Sin mill Sorrow linil their nvc.wnco there, Ami Death hin body cliiiiiiwl-nlns too noon ; Ah when tho niuht wiuita htir Uio for™t trees— ?When npeotml clomls Hit o'er the nulfant moon- '*^-~ Wben down tho diirkonul visUm— on the ureezo IB liorao 11 Konif of dark ilwpiilr untl Bloom ; So tlinnigh hi» mulclitaii iiiuuinnM ran n strnin Of iiioiuiiffil incinni ies of 'wlmt miptht lwvo boon,' Of biuikwiml lonliiiiRH, Unit would fnln reipiln. Weuk wasted liourH,— loiifr vunishod ns « dremn. Not mini to judKn-if when tins ntrifc ran lugll, ITIh better tincrel, 'fore the dcmlly blnws, DlNiriiH'il, iMwinuliwi, but with j-il.y!nir eye, Sunk fiiiiiMiig «t tl«! feet of her foul foe* ; Not he iilonp luis fmiplit tlm bitter...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

; RECIPES. ; 'Baked Tomatoes. — Wash, wipe, and out the tomatpes in halves, place them in a baking tin' wiih tho skin downward; season* with popper and salt, bake in a hot oven till ten-. der ?, then taks up carefully, and servo on toast with a bit of butter on eaoh tomato. :' Rioe FniTTEns. — Boil three tablespoonsful until it has fully swelled, then drain it quite dry, and mix with it four well-beaten eggs, a quarter of a pound of currents! and a littlo grated lemon peel, nutmeg and sugar to taste. Stir in as much flour as will thicken it, and Iry in hot lard. Waitles. — One quart of sour milk, four eggs, three ounces of butter, half ateaspoons ful of salt, two teaspoonsful, of soda flour enongh to make a thick batter. Bake and serve hot. BnEAKPAST Mufi'ins. — Whisk three eggs, and mix with them one breakfast cuj) of mills one tablespoonful of butter, melted, one table spoonful of sugar, pinch of salt,' and two heaped teaspoonful of baking powder, flour enough to make a batter ; b...

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household. AUSTRIAN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Ibousebolb.; , , ' AUSTItlAN WOMEN. ; : It deserves to be said of ' European Breezes' that if is the quite the most readable book of European travels which has been published recently. We open books of this character with some reluctance, expecting nothing bet ter than ? disappointment, especially if the travels are recorded by a woman, because, as a general rule, there is so much sight-seeing on the surface and so much padding in the way ol gossip. While the volumo is amen able to some criticism on this score, this is not a prominent fault. Trie reader will be agreeably surprised to find fresh observations made in many instances, quite aside from the beaten track of tourists. The writer, Marie J. Pitman, sees with trained eyes, and writes with force, precision, and with a good deal of descriptive power. In Vienna she makes a great many observations in a practical way, letting one into tho domestic life of the Vien nese. She notes that nearly all ladies in Vien na are taug lit to sw...

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MARJORIE GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

MABJOBIE GRAY. Blithe in tho sun of a summer's day Tripped littlo old-fnsliioncd Mnrjorio Gray, Maiden qunint of a long-past day— Mnrjorio Gray I : Loiul sang tho robins on brunch and sprny, , ? ? Madly and glndly and long sang thoy, Carolled to Marjoric on her wny— , ; ? . . . . : Loud sang thoy 1 A ) Sweet lvas tlm roses' breath in tho air, \ ?».?.' (Jlcar llowcd tho brook through tho gardens lair, ?\Vliite lay tho road in tho smi'3 bright glaro— Warm tho glare I ' But maid Mnrjorio, waiting there, . t Had not for hont nor dust n euro, 'Know not that she and tho rosos raro Wens so fair; ' Saw not tho litho and gracof ul hound : Running to meet her with joyful bound, Leaping nud springing over tho ground — Friendly hound ! ? Farther awn3f, with gazo profound, And girlish forehead slightly frovmod, Hor eagor oyes their object found — ' Gladly found! ' Sho was a littlo bcllo from tho town, . ; Dainty ill manner and faco und gown |. Ho was a noot of no renown, ? , - : 1'ar from town ;...

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nature. THE ACORN-STORING WOODPECKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

IRature* ^ ; THE AOOHN-SXOHING WOOpPECKEH. ... . ; TJron turning to the volume on ornithology in the Geological Survey (of California) publica tions, -in reference to this species of wood pecker, it says :—' They are fond of playing together around the branches, uttering their rattling palls, and often darting off to take a short sail in the air, returning to the same spot. They have a habit, peculiar to them, of drilling small holes in the bark of trees, and fitting acorns tightly into them, each one being carefully adapted and driven tight. The bark is often so full of these as to scarcely leave room to crowd in another without destroying the bark entirely. These are generally con sidered as laid up for a winter supply of food ; but while in this climate no snoh provision is necessary, it is also very improbable that birds of this family would feed on hard nuts or seeds of any land. The more probable explanation is, that they are preserved for the sake of the grubs they contain so...

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STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. THE FARMER'S COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

; : STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. ?'?''.-.?'?'?. BX OLD COLONIST. Wk ????''. ??[ ' THE FARMER'S COW... ? -? ^M Speaking recently with oneof themosc success Wtr ful dairy farmers in Victoria, I.wus surprised IT to hear him express a belief that the Ayrshire I oow would never become such a decided favor ?l . ito in the colonies as to induce the attention ^L to this breed whioh is necessary to keep them ^^^jp to perfection. And yet this dairyman has ^^HfeMhalf score of Ayrshires amongst his ^^^^^H^and fully one bait of the remainder — ^^^^^^^^?jjuf some 40;in all — have less or ^^^^^^^^^^^^M^ns do his countrymen ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^rare exceptions, as do ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^&in acquainted witlilt ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Basons given, I fear ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?hcrbelief of my old . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Re an' a timid coo,' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Htaking advantage o' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^He early breeders do ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^V and perfect animal ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hu up for a week an' no ^^^^^^^^^^Hg done, I could tell ^^^^...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. THE RAILWAY TRIAL SURVEY DEPUTATION. THE APPLICATION GRANTED. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

Special TTelcgiraiJMe Intelligence. THE EAILWAY TRIAL SURVEY DEPUTATION. THE APPLICATION GRANTED. ' t' ?(?From our Special Reporter.) SYDNEY. Piuday, 4 p.m. Tnis morning Mr. ? Rosoby, Dr. Tnrrant, Mr. Garvin, Mr. II. Clarke, Mr.'W. P Martin, mom , bors of tho Legislative Assembly, and the Hon. J. Maiks, M.L.O. with Mssrs. J. M'Arthur, J. Warden, 1?. M'Mahon, J. AVilson, H. G. Morton, and James Thomson, Js.P., of Shoalhaven district, waitod upon tho Hon. John Laokoy, Minister for Woiks, for the purposo of urging upon him tho necessity of oxtonding the trial Ottl V*J_y \jl tuu wuunu jLvtlii.li ti - i 1 1 ii i ? xx.iilrLJJ.Ui iUJlUoS iholShoalhavon River to Jorvis Bay. The deputation was introduced by Mr. Rosoby, M.L.A. It was pointed out by tho deputation that Parliamont had sanctioned tho oxpendituvo of money for tho construction of a railway from Sydnoy to Kiama. Aftor a groat deal of deliberation that course was decidod upon, and the deputation considered it wns still equally dosii...

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Agriculture. THE CHEMIST IN THE DAIRY.—No. VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

___2U?rtcuItuye. THE CHEMIST IN(THE DAIRY.— No. VII. B\- B.\y. Emeiison MaoIvoii, F.I.O.,F.O.S.,&o. AUTUOU OS ' Till! OnEMIBTRY OF AGMCrjLTrjBE.' ' When prepared for uso, rennets aro Btoeped either in a solution of salt,, or in whey. If in the former, the brine need not bo stronger than is required to protect them from tainting, n.s too much salt is detrimental to their action. ??'? In America, whey, both sweet and sour, is extensively employed. It is generally boiled, , previous to tho introduction of the rennets, in order that taints may not bo convoyed into tho cheese. Sweet whey has a cood cileot on tho cheese. Of whatever liquid is used, two ? quarts aro sufficient for oaoh rennet. The ' first soakings from the rennet are better than tho last ; they aro not merely stronger, but act much moro effectively on the milk. Arnold recommends the distribution of tho first soak ings through tho whole of the steepings so as to have them of uniform strength from first to ?'?? last,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

[?] PunsuANT to the instructions of tho Eailway Oommitteo, the Secretaries! bog to sub mit tho following memorandum respecting Shoalhavon, its population, produots, — natural and manufactured. Many of tho figuros are those of the Government Statist, and for others we are indebted to tho officers of thel.S.N. Co., and to persons in charge of induBtrios noted. It has boon found impossible to obtain returns of tho valuo of largo oxports of such produots as cheese, bacon, pigs, horses, and fat stock, or of tho value of imports ; nor could -wo got an estimate of tho passonger trafflo to and from Shoalhavon : — Shoalhavon is an electoral district, tho northern boundary of -which is some 79 miles south of Sydney, lying on the soa coast, botwoen a point south of Ulladulla and Crooked Eivor, giving u seaboard of some sixty miles. It ombraces tho soutk-wostorn portion of tho County of Camdon, and tho north- wostorn part of tho County of St. Ymcont, having agross aroaof 1010 square miles, 120,...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

ffjOCI/lHj fliWJE]!LiB.i2-r.SlE.RbTiGa3. Messus. David and Josophltyam brought from Moruya, last wook, ii splondid. draft of fat bullocks, niunboring V2o head, many of which wero disposed of lo local butuborj. . A xotiou in nnolhor column states that a public mooting will bo bold at Broughton Crook, noxt Mondny, to initiate stops to banquot Mr. D. L. Dymock, O.P., in viow of bis services iu connection with. tho Co-oporativo Company. E. S. & A. C. Baxic. — Last weok, this enter prising and prosperous company oponed a branch of thoir monacarv institution at iuilton; mtlio .Ulladulla Bpttloniont, and in Uio soul horn part of Uiolnigo lindmpidly progressing. distriut of Shonlhnvcn. A brunch of tho Commercial Bank has boon ostablishod thoro for somo years ; but now whon tbo dairy farmors aro roaping a goldoiV harvest, and at tho oauiost domandof iipiomis ing constituency, tho company abo o-uamod havo taken piomisos thoro nnd co nmeucud businoss, tho brauoli boing in ebarf, of Mr....

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Novelist. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER XII—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

?Novelist. BY SLOW DEGREES. A STORY OF AUSTRALIA. BY ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY. , AUTIIOIl Og ' THAT PEI.10W I'AUNHSK.' ? ? ? / 1 , CHAPTER XH— (CoNTMOKU.) ? i,,, Our destination that day was a place called ? '' Picture Gully. It lay about twenty miles from Yaramboona.inthedircotionofthomountains, ' nml was in fnot a deep rift or gap in one of tho northern spurs of the rango. The name, Walter ,tol(l mo, was dorivod from Homo curious abori ginal diawinga which ornamented tho sides of n' cave, in tho rock, and it was to.cxamitie these that our excursion had been planned ; Billy , 'Dacca, now invosted m trousers and armed ' vrith a gun instead of his waddy , accompanying us in tho capacity of guide. IL was rumored that somo of the Mirra-Mirra natives had been Boon not long boforc in tho neighborhood of Picture Gully, but, as wo were all well mounted, ' nnd Walter odrried a breech-loading rifle, while I had a shot-gun and a revolver, wo considered oursolvei a match for any blacks wo might fa...

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FROM LE FIGARO. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

i'KOJI LE rlGAHO. Soene Paris.— Two metaphysicians disous sing tho end of tho world, as if tho phenomo non .depended in somo way upon thoir will: ' Ah ! will, bo it so' said ono, ' tho world finished what comes after ?' 'After — after?' replied tho othor, 'Oh I , I shall retire into tho country, happy to hear no moro about it.' / A ma hulking fellow iB brought up beforo tho magistrate for drunkenness and disturb ing tho peace. Your business ?' domands tho magistrate; 'My business?' then, after consideration, ' My wife is a washerwoman I' A oouNTiraiAN after listening to a Parisian : 'You talk of tho curiosities of Paris! Why, in our littlo villago wo had a lanut natural, also, attached like tho Siamese twins. ... . . . Only they wern't brothers I' .;.- .? . v, ;./. '282,;,-,:... ????..'. ;!'?:$

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Shoalhaven A. & H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

fe)!:«ca2B]R.T,eca &. & SI. /ifes«cia4a«3i. TltE following :? nominations foi' niombprs .. of committoo ha-i o boon lucortod by tho societal y up till 3 o'elocl., on Worlncsdu} , 22nd inst. — Boboi t Ai ney, Now l.i Vi G Iiico J P , Cainbcwuia John Bo\soll, J P , Bioughton Cieok Gooigo Boiiowdnlo,Piidu\'t,Faim, Numba Boiuuiil Blown, J P , Nowni. Willimn' llri'^ys. Nowra. John C Cumpboll, Numba Samuel Elyaid, J P , Nowin James Pia/oi, J P , Oainbowana Thomas Onll, Bioughtou Ciook Jorominb Groon, Nowra , Poloi Hall, Numba ?:GeovgoMIdy'o5, Boinadorry John Lauiond, Oak Bank, Woirigco Samuel M ittbow s, Cambow.n l a Kenneth M'Koii/w, Cambon m l a Donald M'Loan, J P , Oiookhaven noiuyMoss, Gioonhills II G Motion, J P , Numba ]3 doMoslio, Toriaia Jamos Smith, Gioonbills » John Smith, Biundio Jnmos btownit, Bioughton Cieok John Stow nit, Bioughton Cieek Jamos Thomson, J.P, Bumei Boboit T. Tboibuin, Banhill, Bioughton - , Ciook Jamos Wilson, J.P., Bioughton Oiook Potoi Walsh,...

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Poetry. Dawn Angels. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 24 August 1882

? flioetnn I] '?K '- Dawn' Angels. nr A. MAHY 1'. 110I1INH0N. „ , ' All night I wntdiod, nwnlto, for niorntiig : I t At last tho Enst grew nil nflnmo, Tlio 1)irdn for wclcomo snug, or warning, 1 And with thoir singing morning cnnio. ' ' Along tlio KoM-grcon lienvoiiR drifted Palo wniidormg souls tlmt hIiiiii tho light, Whom cloudy pinions, torn nncl rifted, Hud lionttho lmrs ol Honvon nil night. ' Those rliiRtornd rmmd tho Mook; but highor A troop nf nliining spirits wonV Who woro not mndo of wind or Tiro, But Rotno divino drcnm-olcntcnt. . . -' Somo held tho Light, while tlioso renmining ? Shook nut thoir lmrvost-colorad wings, A fnint unusual music mining (Whoso Hound wnn Light) on earthly things. ' Thoy nnng, nnd n« a mighty river Thoir voices washed tho night nwny : F;om llnst to West ran ono white Khirer, And union strong their song was Day.'

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