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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 February 1844

NOT TUB GLORY OF OjQSAB BUT TUB W X. P A B B OF BOMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1844. VOL. XVII....N0. 38. LINES TO A CANARY 11IHD. ' Written during tho difficulties of the bounda. ry question in Maine, when Sir John Hakvev, Governor of the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia was deterred from actual hos tility by the judicious conduct of General Scott hii personal friend. Phescott's noble work of " Ferdinand and Isabella " had just appeared, and the " Crayton Papers " were in course of publication. God bless thee! and thy joyous throat I Thy trill, ihychurr, thy piercing note, My sweet canary! Thou gusn 01 tone, tnnu waicroroon Ofjoj, y, thou poem, doctrine, book, Vocabulary I Thou ciged-up treasure of delight) That know'at to make a prison bright Through music's mystery! To swell the rich notes in full tide, Or highest reach of sound divid Like Paeonini!' Where dHst thou sain this wondrous lore ! Wherelhat, (which I admire much more,) The glad...

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. — 23 February 1844

l ft I U a I I EJlf-) tH O. WAAwia iiirl&SLSy ttiiti DEBATES lNCUiGRESSr imstissctinc. t,w. .... ... . lloost, Fab. 7 1 hnuh,Ml ifinj nnJer consideration, Jla. lll.l,I.NUII.M obtained tho lloor. After merrtng in ine absolute power ennlerrcd upon Con .''y !'l8 Uunslitututi m relation to the number i i enerat KeprcsentalucH to which tho Slates should e entitlid, and to the q;t ilificatians therein prescrib ed f if the vo'ctn, (which, ho sill. n ilisiinel noil separate proposition from that of the election of the iiepre?eui,iiitf or the Suites,) Mr. 1). proceeded to inuum mm me 4111 section 01 ine 1-rin.Mitiilisii etc Tolnd upon tho States tho right an I duty of being represented, by c'otliiitg the State Legislatures with the power of prescribing the time, mid place, nnd manner in which theso elections should bo made. Its language wa, th-i States"shnH" do ibis. Tho simo action (beitu that under which this, whole dilliculty hid ans.-n) provided tlial Congress itself uiL'ht make or a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 February 1844

MR. WEBSTER on GIRAIU) MORALITY. Washington, Fob. 10, 1RM. Mr Wcbstorcoinmoncud Ills argument before the Snnrcmo Court this tnorniiij,, in tho L'rcat Girarel case, occiiyitij, from its opuninp-, 11 A. M. until almost !) 1'. M., wliou It nilj.mrneil. Ho finished that portion of Ins arijumctit in which ho attempted to establish the fact that Girard's bequest for tho establishment oftho Institution for the benefit of male orphans was not a clarify It was in answer to arguments of counsel on tho other side, at the same time adding hia own vfeWs rcsncctinff this particular portion of the ubject which lie disposed of. It may be said of Mr Webster's effort to-day, that it was a groat moral sermon, rather than a legal argument, or that it embraced them both. I think ho show ed pretty conclusively that Mr Girard's system of education, which ho directed should bo pur sued at the Institution ho founded, professed to be based upon principles of morality, but sepa rated entirely and remotely fro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 February 1844

L & ft Aw HW is H touched his hnrpinnd nations heard, rnlrnnecd. (From the London Friendship's for 1811. Tim iiitinvi, visit. nv Jins. Atinv. Three wk have elapsed since the tnarmgo Of the pretty demure Anno Grey ! Soon Mnnd.iv wo ordered a carriage, Our formal firs! visit lo pays 1 sh-ill fully describe Us prog, ession, And thru, if ymi haj pen to call On a do.cn young pan in succcsion, My sketch will do v. til foi t hem nil. The bride, in robes graccfnllv waving, Sat looking as gentlcnnd fond Asa bride, in an Annual engraving All satin, white ribbons, and blonde! And her words were so soft and bewitching, That she seemed hku the fairy's pel girl. Who, whenever she s loke, kept enriching Her fiiends with n llowcr or a pearl 1 The bridesmaid, the bluc-cycd Kate Harris, Looked simpering, tosy, and neat, Not at all like the Urnlcsniaid by Parris," Willi her wreath of white fiowcrs at her feet! And I thought, ns with arch emulation Her "principal's" movement she eyed, She might soo...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 March 1844

uc V s NOT THE GLOnY OF C 1 S A K BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROME RY II. B. STACY. I Hit LING TON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH l, 184-J. VOL. XVII....N0. so. ; TII13 SOXCS OK Til 13 SUIHT. Willi fingers weary nml worn, Willi eyelids heavy nml red, A woman eat, in unwoimnlyrag.", l'lyins her needle nncl thread Stitch I stitch I stitch ! In poverty, hunger, and dirt, And still, with a voice of dolorous pitch, She. sang tiio "tfong of the Shirt I" " Work work work, While the cock is crowingnloof! And work work work, Till the stars shine through the roof I It's O! to bo a slave Along with Iho barbarous Tuik, Whcio woman has never a soul to tavo, If this is christian work t " Work work work, Till the brain begins to swims Work work work, Till theevesaro heavy and dim! Seam, and gusset, and band, Hind, and Kiisset, nnd scam. Till oicr the buttons I fall ssleep, And sew them on in n dream I "O! Men, with Sitrrs dear! Ol Men, with Mothers and Wiics! It i not linen you'ri Swearing out, Bnthum.in creature...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 March 1844

www Memo j Titsday, Tcb. II). The House did nnl n( to-day. In the Senate', iho hill iiinMng compensation In pension nactils was discussid at tiittch Irhclli, and was finally ordered to liu cnctossed lor a llnrtl itmN ing, by a vote of 17 to 12. 'I ho hill for repairing and repaying a iortinii o( I cnnsvlvanin avciiuo was pas. d hv a vnteof 22 to". The' hill providing tli.it thn m' ting-, of the United Slates courts for the ilis'iict nf Ohio shall be held at Columbus instead of (.'mem nail, in tint Statu, was pielt .nid the joint tc"olu tnn nerritiii ihcsvvord nf Washington mid iliu sialf ef Franklin, was passed. ssillsoro:, YVcdncsdav, Teh. I. In SrATn, nfirr the tircrnlilion uf pi-titiuns, in ftivnrof llierediiclinii of postage, Sic. Mr t-'.vans, from the Uonimitteeon finance, report ed (i lull to provide for the remission of diuies on railroad iron in certain case?. Mr Archer's resolution i-nlling on the lVr!dent for any inforniitioii from the accredited nircnls nf (Joy ernmnt, ah...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 March 1844

l'or tho llurlmi ton I'rco Press. I. And ero youth's v.or 1 hail hitly won, 1 stood an orphan -chcrrlo. nml nlutio - No lender chord of broth ho J was thr rc, r.nlwmms round my simple Juiiihful ticattt No inter' softness had the healing ntt, To lunula o'er or to repress my grief) Yet, comfortless, I shed no bumms toir, Hut viewed with speechless np;nny that bier Which to tho tomb my I tiller's form sustained I II. To every loved and we ll-Unown placo I hied, In quest of ninrht to calm my troubled breast) Tho glassy stream, the silent grovo My painful sense if wo cm well attest : And still melhiuhs 1 hear tlio cchos sail Amid the spacious air, returning full, Tlu I i t " d nutca upon each passing nale. lit. And stdl with soti'ncd madness richly frnusht, 1 listened to each meltim. tone nml caititht With sturdy hand cachjojf'il hope of pood, And future pleasures drank with thirslful draucht i While every dear nml much-loved scene of youth Cime o'er my soul-n hallowed vision And the qln...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 March 1844

Untouched hislinrp,niul nations heard, en tranced. From the New Ibvct. COUItT.Sim Ol' C.UT. MITiKS STAN- si VViii Historical llomanct. nv ,'tosr.s lifl.t.iNF, 17G"J. About this r.itlior singular production, a word or two seems necessary. Whether it be really a genuine antique, or a more modern imitation, is a question for critirs to discuss. We can on ly throw such liht upon it as we happen to posse.-.-, and such as the document beam upon the lace of it. In order to ascertain whether the ballad was found'jd in truth, wo hare turned to some old New-Rutland Chronicle, and find that the whole story is trot: to thnlctlcr. Cajit. Miles St.indi.-h did come over in the Mayflower, and his wife's name was Rose. Mr John Alden arc! Mr Wil liam Miillins were among the number that came over in the same vessel. Mr William Mullins liad a d tumbler whose name was l'risrilla, and the main iiictdun', according to the chroniclss, nctuilly occuriud precisely as related in the poem. mi,iir. Hil.-i Snodi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 March 1844

fent fir fte NOT TUB GLOHV OF C 3 S A n DDT TUB W U L F A K B OP HOME BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 84i. VOL. XVII..Xo. 40. BY II. B. STACY. x V. tO Here Is a gem from the March number o' Graham's Magazine. Tho poet in c.xto'ing the "rose of Ceylon's daughter."," forgcts,not tin pearls which arc to be found In our own Now England homes. THE nniDE OP CEYLON. BV E. M. SIDNEY. Tho golden light of F.astcrn skies l he tiiuo wave 01 i tic mninn sea The liullm1, lieivcii-lirn. that floods Theev'ninc nirwilh melody The pearls lint lie upon lliv chi'clc, Like starlieht upon shaded wattrs Arn scarce ns beautif il as ihou, The fairest rose uf Ceylon's daughters 1 Thv hair is darker linn the night, When hrno lins; ,1,t lliu silent seas Thv voire is s iftns sound of late, Or s.inus in (Irr.imv reveries The wirin liaht of thy sunny climn IsroMer lli.tn thy melting elanccs And tho dirk homily, i f thv check mo richly roseito blush enhances. Oh! Spiin miy talk oflanuniil rvrs And France exl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 March 1844

rTii V K ll) i. 1?MY i-Wi .""-A rn?nfthr?o young ladies who, on lids occahorl, ta- i i ini ,;i.i iiiiii iiii; fine tn ... i ?iiui, "H" Krnut the .luiirnal of Commerce of I'riJay. oa i. i ns rii' v, rxii.o3iov oi.' oi: ni. thk i..M!ri': can. nox ox ii.)a iii Tin', v. s. sti:a.mi r l'.tlNCI.I'i'N. Viro ) ni'urt nflhc Cn'iiif' Inntanl'ij killed, Aha, (fttn rt.i.- li'iiifui t'letlm, Cc-ci Mititf C'. ! ir Inter, t'l' a:iif ItlanJ, mid s cm ut.ur per 5(1 'If. iVM.irii in.loi d hive webecu r tiled to record a moro nivful o.iliiiiil)' Hi in lli.il which wo nru about In tie K'filn. II. I We liic-ibiv 1 1 I, tliii V. S. steamer I'riiieet.ui, (niiini in If .1 by Cipt, IC.ttxTl I'. Siiip(tni. in nil til excursion from Washouton city .low n tin. l'oln.n ip, li.ivm n:i ! Mttl n great tiiiti1.cr of p"!gniis, mil iiu whom wore tli( 1'rrsnlciil til" lh" Iixti l .t,itc t'p .Secretaries nf Stale, W.ir, mil Marine) Cmiinio. ilore li vcrly K'H-iwi, Cht TnT the Hiireau of.Vivil t 'i-isiruoti.m. Ivi'iinno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 March 1844

liimielf answerable to a civil tribunal, if nt nil, nnd not to a military court, applied in Judga Hall for n Habeas corpus winch ilio .tuoVe, us bo was bound to Jo, jjranted. This was issued on tin 2d of March, 1815, nearly cipht trcc.j after the battle, and after the news of peace had arrived in the city. Tho General instead of obeving tlio writ, causal Ilia Jmlijo to be ar rested by n military Runrd nud taken out nf the city. It was for this net of arrcstm;, and iniprlsoninu the Judge, in order to prevent the exercise of hisjudichl functions, thai tba (mo wn3 imposed. It will bo seen that this proceeding was not only n high handedjibuse of military power, irnmpline upon Iho civil authority, but an act which Ind not the plea of necessity to c.xcuioit, tho ilanarr bcins; over and ihr war at an end. I did not deem it my duty, under these circumstances, to give to the act the sanction of tnv nhnrohation. I shall enter into no argument upon a point so clear for my own vindication, nor ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 March 1844

Untouched hlshnrp.nnd na linns hcnrd, entranced. From ihe Philadelphia Saturday Cornier. TUB STIt,VN(J KII'S GMAVI3. ov cdward j. rotiTEn. -d Niv, sijh nnt o'er the slijngcr'sgtavc, His spirit is nt rest i Anil gently bending willows wave Above his pulseless breast. Niv, f-itli nit, fur the heart that yearned For oilier spheres ihnn ours, Hath to its mvn bright home returned Itsotvu undying bower.-1 Tho breath that woke in summer hours, When woo. Is anil bills were bright, An I ben ity'a page.intrv of Olivers Were bursting into dent; Hail not the tny-tic power to fling Their spitit chains arnuml Tni soul, now enlnily slumbering, Where angel haip strings sound. Our sunny streams that wake on high, Where towers the stall ly pine Where sunset's tat, si blushes die Where first its blight I earns shine Could never win one thoughl from him, For memories would eome, Ttie glancing of our streams to dim, 'Neath tenderer scenes of home. The brightness of our maidens threw A Into round his way...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 March 1844

WOT TUB G. L O It Y OP C S3 S A n BUT TUB WELFARE OF HOME BY II. C. STACY. II li EAGLE'S AUDUESS TO ENGLAND Mother, how sm.ill you are I You nl.inil is but n nest! A kind "f good n lit easy chair Where theer imbling K""t may rest. Your ell l' liy thenrean stand, And your battlements ftet the sky ! Hut knu.v yo not of that western land Where the free hearts never die 1 Come sit on my airy hciaht, And loi k on the hnst below When the m luntain smiles in tho morning s light, And Ihed.irk old rivers clow. Away to the misjlily west I Wheie the hunter makes liis bower, Where the father of tempest takes his rest, And the trembling liahtnincs cower, Tell not of your ancient might. Nor boast of vour callant dead, A nation sits in its armour lirinlit And laughs at your pallid trend. Vour runes on a thousand fields Mav htcveh in the noon-Hav sun, And sol tier-, shake their blazo.itd shields On the plains of I'umpe won. I'll call to the crimson p'nins, Where the patriot s ildtcr rests, And the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 March 1844

"SB WAsuixinos Wedncsdny Match C. lit I'll II iilse, Air J iiii"s.in this inuf nini;, moved to f-cun-i ter IliJ vote) by wiiicli the tcport nl the Com mute; on Acoo nils In I y.-steidny hiS-ii tail upon I he table. ;in I on iv'iieh tnninn ho luuitnile I ilm previ ous question, A c.ni'il w i t.iknii and Ilia demand was not eion,!i'd. The q'lestion was taken upon re-c.ni-idrral on nnd carried Tin' q n'simn llun recurred upon laying llto tcport titKjn litis i.ihlu, but tile ordinal mover of lint 1110 ion withdrew it. Mr Steen.-od remarket lint the report of the Com mittee provided for the c.ii!'liinilt of additional fireein llii ruMniz Moni and the reduction of thi'piy ir til in now ctnp'uycd liv lif ilnor-Un ier. lie Mr S.h-beved the fues alleidy cmplnycd wnsnhiindant Iv sufll 'icnt if it wns cf llii' right chir.actcr, nn I he 1 ! I ; -i I hints -T, if the present do "keeper would re st,.'!!, Ins plnco could l.c at once tilled with a person wild w.iulil iliiileh all Ihe business of I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 March 1844

taiau-ii'm.J.,-jjjjj-!J-i" r. t::. n ri'i." u and honnrnlilo moans reasonably in his power, to promote iho object of tlio Club. Article ii. 'I'ho Officers nf this Clnli shall be a President, two vice .'residents, a Secreta ry, two nssiHtant Secretaries, a Uenor.il Com miilee insulin?; of 7 members, a Corrospon u1"! ; ( iimittee, cnnsislinj; of 51 member?, a Co iv n " c of Vijj'lanro I'oii'istinu of not ninro i than J no.nbors in each School District In the towr i i Treasurer. At, w o', --Tho first meeting-of this Club hall i, i don caii tltu dtli day of March, 1811, for the ul' ition cf nrlic.llTS of association, or ganizi'i. .n ..nd election of Officers of the Club; iinj !lie.' Ciil) shall nicci regularly thereafter on the fAilov . ir' days ami Iiiiwp, viz: 1st Monday inApril ; 1. and !!d Mondays hi May anil .Tu no; -bvo y Monday in Jul." and Auonst ; 1st Monday in September, mid every Munday in October, at mm-down. AitTlcir. 7. Tho President, vice Presidents nd Treasurer of the Cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 March 1844

Hi touched his hntp,nnd nations heard, entranced. THE 1IUMA. LOCI B A P. SM I Tit. Flv on, nor much thy wing, bright I lid, Too'nenr our shaded earth, Or the wnthling, now so sweetly heard, May lose lt. note of tnitlh, Flv oil, nnr seek a plnce of rest . fn ihe home of ''care-worn livings:" 'Twould dioi the light of ihv shinini; crest, And lliy brightly burnished wing, To dm them where the waters Hide That fljw from a troubled earthly tide. The fields of uppnr air are thine, Thy place where tnrs shine frcej I would Hiu home, hriL-ht one, weic mino, Above life's stormy sea. 1 would never wander, bird, like thee, So near tin place again;. With wine and spirit once light and free, Thev should wear no more the chain With which they are bound nnd fe'ti red here, For ever struggling for slues moreclear; Therenre many thiigs like thee, blight biid j Hopes as thv plumage L'ny ; O.ir air is w iih them Inr ever slirred, Hut till in the nir thev stay. And H.ippuvs, like thee, fair one, Is ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1844

NOT THE GLORY OF OX1SAR DOT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BYH. B. STACY. BI7RUNGT0N. VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1844. VOL. XVII....X0. 42. n v 1 b w . ' Kendall's Santa Fe Extcditiom. Tliis loitg-.cxpeclcd work, whoso progress through the press lias been attended with a vp ry gratifying decree nf curiosity, which we arc very sure will bo satisfied at llio same time Ilia' it is increased, by the book itself, was published yesterday morning. Wc do not know when or where wc have met with a more interesting book of travels, or one that combines in a great er degree all the characteristics which recom mend works of this clacs to permanent popu larity. Were it only for the piquant and racy style cf the mere personal narrative, this book would bo certain to become a favorite with the public: and perhaps to the great majority nl readers its chief .-.tlraction will bo the unfailing richness, the mingled humor and grief, which this portion of it cvorv where exhibits. The author, amidst all the scenes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1844

l WASHINGTON. , r WAsmNoj-o.f, Tuesday, March 12. Mr. Poller occupied Iheiiioriiinghoiir In lha House l.i- my in discussing tho Rhode t -l.iiitl question1. His lem irki ufa judicious rtnd.ltmp'eratc, and vjta lis tened lo Willi attention, but the low tonj In which he spoke tendered linn frequently itiaudil lc. lie was, ol course, opposed lo the agitation of tho question on the floor of Congress, and against Bunding for per sons and papers. Mr. Harper uf Ohio, called up the motion to recon sider the vole by which an cttra number ol the com munication of the Coiiiiniinnrrs of Patents had h en iinlen d printed. Ttto motion lo rcconsi 'er was urijinally nude by Mr. Miller, as bo aliened for the purpose of examining the character of the report. lie had when mado tho examination and he win now of opinion lint an extra number of the report -hould nut Iw. printed, as itcnntained ma ly tables Hi relation t tli? duties imposed by foreign unvemments upon Mir agricultural proiluciions, some of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1844

. nntl Ivi'roTin ATtftN.. -Till? ... v.l.l 1 imi!uii...-v... v ourt of Inquiry as to llio causes of tlm la( calamity on board llm t'rlncpton, tins com ilol(!(l its labors nnd nr.ulo ils report. Wt; liavu itnt room fur tlm whole to-tl.iy. I lie following paragraphs lontain tho li'Mill of the investiralion: "In view nf nil lhc rlreunislnnccs ihus briefly nil. cried to, lK unnulelv detni'ed in tho cvidctic-t- which i. ,,i ,,,,,,11 llm record, tlio Cniirt entertains n dis. tmct nnd conll lent opinion, tint in orisinnlty forming the plan fur Ihe cniisirucimn oi large cms, v.apmn .Stockton proeeediil on well established practical . il.ii in rainm" ti n decision upon i ho fcasihilj. ty ofihe c.inicmplaicd prnjert, lip did not rely upon hit own theoretical opinions, hut resorted to mm of science and prictical skill fiiridvirc, mill tint he was fully sustained nytucir iiiugmeni in every p-imcuiarj tint n scries of experiment ami trials with tho two runsfullv rust mini llie deduction ol mo Ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 March 1844

Ho touched hishnrp,nnd nations heard, en tranced. SOMJ, OF THE tftK OF HIE EI.rtN LAKE. BY LOfllS L. NODI.E. 17 A little nrcen Mo in a blue round Inks, Then-is in lliccnol rniriliue O. the ercencn spot in the mmilli of Mnyl There the wild hit sleep, nnd the wild birds wake. To flulter nnd sins, ns the breezes slnke Their ynunc in each iiinss-luiili ncsti O, tlint fresh lilllei.lc I How 1 lured it the while. I was free and as tuneful ns llieyl ' 11. The flowers are thiek in the velvety grass, Around nssilvrry ?jinncs; 0 the sweetest iciid of the month of May 1 And over i s wnicrs, as hiicht ns class, As the snowy swan nnd her ynutiL'linijs pass, iler trumpet-like tune she sinus: C), tlm sweet litilo llel How I loved it the while 1 was fleet and light-bosoni'd as they I lit. A rocking ennoe of the white-wood tree I had in that fury lake ; Oeenllcst sea in the month of May! And whi te the rose and h ire-hells he, Often I sailed u;i my sisters three, Our coronals to ma' e: O, thai dear ...

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