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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 March 1844

NOT THE GLORY OP OASAR M V T THE WELFARE OP ROME. VOL. XVII.. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1844. ..No. 43. Kr the Burlinalon Free Press. THE DIU'AUTUHIi. My dear native Home (-tc tlieewelll Linrl of my liirlhl I leave thec now, o'er this Wide world to wander; not thai 1 love thee Les, but duty calls, and I her mandate Mu-t obey. That I lovo thee, who that lnows My aching heart or sees my weeping eyes Can doubt ! Ifcatcn at least inn well attest My ordor of affection. I love thee Why should I not? thou art the Freeman's home, And all thy children prize their liberty s 'Tia dear them, aye, dear as life itself. Oppression may not live in thy gKcn vale Where sweel Contentment reigns with all her train Of good; where every law is just and true, And justly too admini'teredi for e'en The gales that lend the fresh'ninc glow to thy Stern mountain sons that make thy ilaurlitersfair, And Health sit smiling on thy fruitful hills, Seems too, to fan the flame of Freedom'...

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. — 29 March 1844

. - .int. vuusti:s i.i:ttuh TO Tills CITIZENS OP WOltCKSTtilt, MASS. ANNEXAT10,()V TEXAS. iViiiicrro, Jan. 11, 101 J. Otnttemtn: CircuiiHl nu'is li He mil nlowidme n uipjiluiuty, unlil llu ptcseiil moment, ofunsiui IIS yi (i r li'tlrr oflhe Idtli uf December. In that lolliT ynii tepr. sed tlie belief tli nt n pro p'lsiuuu iiiiijIiI piohsbly hi' pre.i nlril In (Iiinirress nl ll prescnl f ssiou l.ir t lie imiiu'i Hi nt of Texas In the U.ulcl ShIlmi iiii I vmi desire In knn til y opinions 0 1 1 liu diminution ihty nl such n measure lis pro. 1 note ell-'i't nil Ihu ch.ir.iclcr and future actum nfnur g iviTuiltsiil lis tendency In proiilolu the cnusu if freed list, nr to trch Jilirn the bonds uf sltvir) ! nml in v'fii T'll, lh con.--ii'ti'iH'i'! which liny justly bo ripei'tel lo Mult from Hp annexation to the, I Tt t i t t! Mmtesofa large slaie-lmldi'i;! country, nol only U Atnriicni IiIh rtv, American industty, nml llu' c. ti iii- nm-eiif the Uni hi lln.IT, hut nlo to llie crcat ennsi; ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 March 1844

fc Communication. Wasiiinoton, Mnrcli 21. 1SU. Mr. itAcvi My nolo to you of tlio 2Gth nil. seems to hide drawn ipnn mo the iroof Itio Truo Dcmnrnt, ot ill editor, whoever lie may bo. That letter was intended merely to undcccivo ilio public in a mailer which has been much misrepresented, and continued no reflections at oil upon thoeditorof that paper. Ho eemi now however to have taken tip tho cudgel in earnest, and, although his first article may perhaps bear the construction which ho Insinuates, of "a statement of a fact, qualified according to his own viaw of the case," yet o tenor and temper of his econJ article, place his purpose to Impugn my mo tives, beyond a doubt. He bcRjtvs'with a specimen of logic not very un eortVffio'n wilh the lower tirade of news paper drivel- ..-Vers. Ihe character nf which is best illustrated by put- ling a case. A man in a punuc minimi ... respect of h:s public con hot t if be is silent, he la un derstood to admit the charge if he vindicates him elf,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 March 1844

lie tourhcd his linrp,nnt1 na lions heard, entranced, TIIH I)I3NTIST'S ARM CIIA1K. A PA ROD Y. I four it 1 1 fcarit I ami w ho shall dare To elude mo for fearing I tint old nr.n-ehaii 7 I've dreaded il lom, nml Willi ft-:i rfnl cno. 1've.bodcw'd il iih loirs, ami cmti ilmcd il willi iahsi Fear shoo willi a thousand pine t li rony li my In url Nut one will viold, nor n troninr dep.irl-- Wo ild vim learn the pill 7 my mo was broke there! And a horrid place is the dentist's arm-chair. I I c'l I h mil's hnur, from tnv troth I have scronni'd, Hut of the dentist's power I ni'vcr had dicnm'd My mother she charmed nwai every lc r, With thriMl'nuia wolds and a hlow on thecui Sho senrn'd thn her child such a oowatd should bo, And and thai theic ne'er nun ninny like mo( And she laughl nv Inn what I cannot declare -Though I learned not of her lodicnd 1 lie n rm-cliair. I sit, and I dreads I it, day nftcr day, As my tooth grew hhiclt and hegantodcoay; And 1 almost died, whrn I learned to fcol, T...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 April 1844

3 NOT TUB GLORY OF OJ3SAR BUT TUB W E L P A R B OF ROME. BY II. J!. STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL s, 1844. VOL. XVH....N0. 44. From the Cincinnati! Chronicle. Here is something wrilicn on tho top of tlio "icntli wave," of whole tide of thought and mournful experience, excellent to our finding : this worn, i) if mi samj. The world for sale! lung out the sign, Call every traveller hero lo mo s Who'll buy thi br.ivc cilnle of mine, And set tny weary spirit free I 'Ti. going! yes, I liiean to fling The bnulilc from my soul away i I'll sell it, wliatsoe'er it bring j The world at auction here to-day! It is a glorious thing to see Hut ah 1 it has cheated mo soret It is not what it seems to bo 1 'or sale! it shall bo miito no more, Come, turn it o'er and view tt well i I would not have your purchase dear, 'Tis going I going I must sell I Who bids 7 w ho'll buy tit splendid loir 1 Here's wealth in glittering heaps of gold Who bids : Hut let me tell you fair, A lmer lot was never...

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. — 5 April 1844

5MIIB IPtBQBI ABOLITIONIST READ I The following letter of Cassius M. Clay, communicated to the Now York Tribune, requires no comment. It addresses itself to ihe common sense of every fair and candid im n, with convincing force. Tim well known chnracter of the writer, for philan thropy, mid emphatic anti-slavery views views, the sincerity of which have been test ed in no common degree, by his noble eman cipation of his own slaves, at an immense personal sacrifice, add to his letter a weight and potency that attach to few other politi cal letters. Mr C. M. Clay is a namesake, but wo believu not a relative, of IIuNnv Ct.AV. The satisfactory, frank, mid manly reasons which hi! assigns, for preferring Mr. Clay to Van Burcn as a candidate for the Presidency, and his reasons for voting for the former, however much ho may regret that he is a slaveholder, and why that single objection, however potent it may be, is not enough of itself to outweigh his other noble characteristics, deserve the ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 April 1844

out bolweoii tho virtue of the American people, as tubjects and as tltiicns. Soino idea of tlio subjects, to the discussion of which this Itcviow Is moro particularly devo. ted, may ho gathered from tho runninj. title of the articles already published, which nro m No. 1. 1 Introduction, '2 Ilsrloynnd Idealism, a Tho Church Qucslion, 4 Domagoguisin, 5 Life and Spocchcs of J. C. C.ilhc.un, VI Lite, rarv Notices and Criticism, and In No. II, 1 His. nrvnf Philosonhv. I! No Church tij ltcfortu, 3 Necessity of Liberal Education, 4 Origin and Constitution of Government, 5 Nature and of. ficc of tho Church, 0 Mr. Calhoun and tho Bal timore Convention, and 7, Literary Notices and Miscellanies. We shall not at present enter into naviculars resnectins any of tho above ar ticles, but would say that wo believe every one will feel himself amply paid for tho perusal of them, whether ho adopts Mr. B'u views or not. Mr. Vornon Harrington is agent for this re. view, and also for many other Reviews an...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 April 1844

lie touched liis hnrp,nnd nnlions heard, entranced, from Godoy's Lady's llooU, fur F cbruary. ai)Vi:utim:mi:t. WANTED ns wife bv n very nice man, A Ladv who wishes to learn nil the can. Who is lively mid lileasn ri I, nnd talented ton, And would honor her lord, as a lady should do Has n taste for Pcltes' hellers, for music and love, And joins to good temper tho grace of the dove j With a virtuous contemn! fur the base and the vile, And a wish to see Ilaly, Greece nnd the Nile, toes, She must speak the kind's English, nnd turn out her Ann in dancing, -otitrive not to coma on nernoset Pure-minded and mural, nui'cfito fiom nil sin. And to wind up the list not e a good share o"tin." a lauv so pcrlcct n suon one iiuin oe Will find a tfood husband on searching for me. If she caro fur a gcnlieninn, painter nnd poet, A choice sort of man, tho' ho don'i always show it i Who hns undo the " grand tour "and has manners to mateh, She will find that the writer's a capital catch. If content with n...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1844

WW NOT THE GLORY OP O JD S A H BUT T XI H WBX.PARB OP ROME BY H. B. STACY. BURL I GTO, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1844. VOL. XVII....X". 45. nnres is found in tlio clrop.!ngs of tlio puul-try-yind. Mul since tlicso form but a small portion of ilia farmer's stock, mul nre never rcpar (lecl as a principal source of immure, their further consideration may bo omitted. It may perhaps bo here added, that as from their nature hird-droppings run quickly into fer mentation, with warmth and moisture, so they net quickly and are quickly done. They aro more allied to sheep dung than to other manures. Their mould not being great, droppings of poultry require to be mix ed with decayed vegetable matter, or loam. To this class belongs the manure brought from the Pacific Ocean, under the name of Guano, a Spanish woid for excrtinieiit, New England farmers can find cheaper sources of sails, to which the main value of guano is owing, and therefore, reader, wo shall detain you no longer on this point. S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1844

r O It 12 I G IV . EN'OUNO. The- packet ship Montreal, Tinker, arrived thin morning frnm London, whence she Bailed on iho Oth of Starch, Capt. T, Ins kindly sent the London Times nf the B'h, beititf a little later than those by the steamer. The London papers announce the death nf Mfc Sergeant Ilyinpa, an eminent lawyer, whose mine Is familiar to u, from his appear ance In almost every criminal case nl mignitudc. The House of Commons was discussing, on the IV.h, thn krniy estimates, with tlie usual prompt rejection of all endeavors to reduce them, The force proposed was 129,077 regular troops, 1(1,000 enrolled pensioners, 8311 artillery and engineers, G000 marines on shore, and 000Q Irish police ; in all 100,193. The money esti mate was f.ir XO.'JSi.OOO. Mr. Sliarmin Crawford moved a resolution declaring the nninlonanco of so large a stand in" annv unconstitutional, and dangerous to the liberties of 1 tin people, hut only eight voted for it, against 37. A strange storv comes from Mor...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1844

CimisiiTE. Creosote, so named from lis prcat antiseptic power, which exceeds, perhaps that of any oilier substance, lias lieon long cm ployed to preserve animal matter front decay. Tho only two ways which rrrosoto is usually nppliod for this purpose consists oithor in expo, sing the tnont wlncli wo wish to preserve to the iinoltc "f burning- tvond,of which e.tunolo is the cfTl-clitc constituent, or else in immersing it for a short litno in water containing- a few drops of creosote. Articles of food prepared liy other of these methods may ho kept for a loop time ; but both these methods of usinn; the creosote are attended with tho. inconvenience that the food acquires the tasto and smell peculiar to smoked meat. This may bo entirely avoided, burins the past summer it struck mo that per haps the vapors of creosote might be found effi cient. The method adoptrd was tho following very simple one : I placed a small plate con. tainina a little creosote under each piece of meat as it hung s...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1844

Untouched Ills hnrp, nuil nations heard, en tranced. lliil, lovely appearance of spring 1 Tlic sternness of winter is past i And zephyrs on soft an I silken wing; Succeed to the rude northern blast. The sun is come forlh in his strength To gltiJilcn llie carlh with his blaze; Thcearlh feels hi power and nt length Sends up her loud tribute of praise. The hills clip their hands to the lulls, And the valleys to tnllcya reply t Swelling rivers and fre-h-gushing rills Keel the gladness and eelio the joy j Charmed nature, through nil her domain, To ni'.irn and acknowledge the reh;n Ol luin who is Soicreign divine. He sends the glad season of spring, f Is iho earth with her iucrcn-c, and designs Vlun men in their crntitmlo rin; Of Irs goodncs-i, to smile on their strains : Yea the .'p'rit dclighteth to corno To the heart in its winter of fin. To renew with a spring's moral bloom An I matte it all lovclv within. Prom the Democratic Review for Februnry. INCIDENT IN THE PENINSULAR WAR. it v m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 April 1844

fant frit fp) NOT TUB GLORY OF CJBSAK COT TUB WELFARE OF HOME. BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1844. vol. xvir....'. l. I'roiu tlm Dcmncrnlic Review. THIS MAN Ol' TOIL. His duelling stands ill yonder dell, It 19 a plcnsint place In dwell: The bubbling brook ninshv the door, Mho ferule plnin is aprrnd before llchmd, the forest nml the rock Are shelter from the storm's fierce shock ; While nVr his roof an .iced n.ik Slniuts sacred from the woodman's stroke, And in its fohaiie urccn arrayed, In summer spieails its ample shade. And there, in filth lie guides his plough, In giatiludc he fills his mow, And reaps, ere winter cnincin cold, -His harvest of an hundred fold. It is an humble life he loads j He little cares, nml little heeds Willi what events the world is rife Where dwelleth peace or rai;ctli strife Of war he lisieth not to know. Where Mood and life unheeded flow j lie tames not lo luar men tell, Who conquered yesterday or fell j And has no wish to learn t...

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. — 19 April 1844

WJll V LZ O M Y A s a I N 'B' O 3 . MostiAv tiiiltt, April R. ' Nd htisiiifss v.-a9trinsni.Mi'J inc thcr I lutisu nT Con-' press M-ihv, except In nisi this rcfin'tninns im Iho annunciation of t lie death of Mr. Moore, of Ohio, ens tiinnry on such occasions., Mr. tlerricn was m have nddrcssc.l Ihe Senate upon tlio subj 'cl of llio TnrilK nd in iltffcii u of Ihe Whig dnctiinesnf protection, Lut lii remark were pnslponel nil M-inorrov,-. Tin' rcsolitlion submiltcd liy Mr. Uvatis, on I'rid.ay last, cullinjupon llio nclim.' fusiilenl for iiif.irmilion si tu any tied .ration, undo to our (internment liy tint of "(treat Hrit.aiu, tlial the Inter Ins no disposi lion or purpose to nen, me Texas is tint well rchshu I liv 1 1 it fiitmls of aniii'Mii'iiii Tnev know lint our Government has officially received "uir'i disclaimer, ond tint Hu promulgation will take from tliem an nr Ciiiiienl upon which they li ivc rrlii'il mori' Himi upon any oilier In enlist lite mililic sciiliuifnt in favor of th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 April 1844

A out tlicir case so conclusively, that tlie new Locofuco Mayor rr-signcd, mid consented to itimd another eiloclion. Tlio sueiiiid trial enmo olTiin tlio 2nd insliint, mid instead of n majority of 7, Lncofoeoisnt ami its cundidiito worn left in n minority of M3 ! So runs iho tide. Evriy day udds to tliu slningtli of tlio popular current for " Clay and tiii: TAmrr. Alb. Jour. GREAT WHIG MEETING IN NEW YORK. There was a full iind enthusiastic meriting ofllicWIiitfs of Now Yoik at tlio Taticrn ado on Fiiihiy uveuint', to open tlio Presi dential campaign hy tlio celebration of tlio birlti day of Henry Clay. Mr. A. V. Brad ford piesidcd. Tlio meeting was addressed by Mr. Morris Franklin, tlio Wing candi date for tlio ma voralty at tlio recent election J Hon. J. M. Bolts of Viigiuia, lion. Garrett Davis of Kentucky, Washington Hunt, Esq. rf Niagara Co.. and John A. Collier of Broome Co. N. Y. During the evening, several spirited Whig Songs wcro sung. The Tribune says : Wo have seldom, if ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 April 1844

r i n-7 J-JZe -Jfc, 1 - a" I to touched his harp, a nil nn tnii licnnl , rnlrniut-it. in l'UAisn ok tiii: cool) oi,i plough. Let ihcin Kinz w lin miv of the bulle fray, Alul the dcils ilinl have long since past ! Let tlii'in c 1 1 .it 1 1 in prnic nf tliu lar whoso days Ate s;tiiI nn tlir nctan vast ; 1 w mill n inltr In tin -c nil the worship you please, 1 wonl I lintiiit Ihi iii even no", Hut I'll ww fur more from mv hem'" lull storo To the (nu-eol the flood Old Plough. I.rt them la nl the notes, that in muic Hint Through t-htir hrulit nnil thiir cltt urine hall? s Whil the amorous In ill uf tho linn's btighl curl Humid the limililer oft i nntv tnll. i Hut. ih up r l" nit" is the Mtti! from the tree, ml the in h tn id i tie blossoming hough Oh! lhee are the Jim tt-U'Iik h Ihutu lie greets A- he follows the Good OliI Plough. Then hnw jocund the song n- it conns nlons F-oiti the I'loii'jhuim'.s hi"My tluoat; I iJ the hunters t-hnut cviryet give nut I'll llii" lirnun unnils n Im rrur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 April 1844

V NOT TUB GLORY OF OiBSAR BUT TUB WELFARE OP ROMB BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1844. VOL. XVII-No. 47. I'Vom the Now lan. THE UAI,H UNCHAINED. Thou in chains, thou renal bird 1 Fettered ami hound like .1 tiling of niinc 1 Thou, k Ii si! chimin toicc was heard, Dleit Jin it, notes with the thunder chime! Thou, whose home is the mountain peak, Thou, who drmkitli the mountain stream, Thou, who wheltest thy Moody henk On the blasted rock, with a liuyhty scream I Chains were made for tho.c who crawl. Over the earth with a slavish soul, Licking the dust 111 a lonllins's hall, Sipping die lees of n lordlma's bowl J Not for the I rave nnd fearless inind, Not for the proud and chamless ones, They who, cnstinifoar liihind. Revel and joy 'mid the wreck of thrones. Not for thee of die tireless wins, Horn in the tempest rocked 111 the storm, Soaring nlofi where die sunbeams fling Glory and I iir ti t on thy kinsrly form Emblem that tells of a nation's fame, Vr0112hl in ...

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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. — 26 April 1844

warn wmm If It EE T It A 1) 13 . Tlic March No. of H'.iekwnoil'a Magazine miliums si powerful essay upon the subject of Free Trade, in which t Jin fully of that system, its utter watit of adaptation to lliu present cir cuuit,ancrs of tho World, ami t lie misery and nun certain to follow its adoption, are portrayed in a m i terly tityle. Il is a lamentable fact tint while all the World is becoming d uly more sensible of these impor. taut fact, the People of the Unitrd States alone are expected toc.lnso thcireyos to tliom. Hug land advocate Free Trade it is trim ; tint she docs not practice it. fslio wishes all the World tn throw onen its ports u her, but she lal.es es. poriil care to rlote hols against all the World. llor reasons for tins attachment to one sulcil Tine Trade are well ''iven in the following Ml ran : "le is related of thaT.icvtcmnnitn", lhat while all the oilier citizens of Unccc were careful lo surround their .i. n with walls, ihcy alone left a pari open on (ill ?id"....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 April 1844

Can form ami fashion whalso'cr lio will K'er planned Ihu Capitol he formed each part Anil Im adorned it by Ins cunning nrt. 11c firslly, having fixed upon a place As well fur view ns lo sustain the base, From crude mnlrrinln liv his liaiul prepared. This mighty fabric hy his skill was reared With cardinal precision showing forth Its wines extending to the south and north, And its Facadei, for strictly there are two, Present a grand nnd most imposing view While i)' ir the renter, prone toward the shy, The proud aspirin" Dome salutes the eye. In detail, I will not attempt to trace This mighty fabric upward from its hate) For well I know hut few could well endure Detailed dccriplion of Hnlaldalure, Of Plinth or Column, Capital or Nave, Cornice or K; icze, Tryclipli or Architrave Pilasters, which adorn the outer walls, Or Breccia columns which adorn the Halls t The forms in which tlio Portico are made, Whether in I'ecasnlc, or Calonnde i Of Daecl, which a lorn the chairs of stale Where ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 April 1844

tt.'SriftlB. Ho touched his linrp, ntnl nations heard, entranced, Tilt: NIGHTS. OH 1 the Summer night lln.i a smile of light, Anil she ;ils on n sapphire throne j While the sweet Winds load her With garlands of odor, From the bud of I lie rose o'cr-blown 1 Hut the Autumn night lias n piercing sight, And a step both strong and free t And n voice fur wonder. Like the wrath 1 f the Thunder, When he shouts to the stormy sea ! And the Winter night Is nil cold and white, And she sinneth n sunn of pain j Till the wild hre hummeth, And warm Sprint' ronv th, When she dies In a dream of rain I Oh, the Night, the Night ! 'Tis n lovely siitht, Whatever the 1 lime or time j For sorrow ihen soareth, And the lover out-pnurctli His soul in a star-bright thyme. It hringeih sleep To ihe fiirpsts H ep, The forcst-hird to its nest ; To Onre briiiht bonis, And dreams of (lowers, . And that balm to the weary Ret 1 THINK OV SIK. Think of me when the moon is high. Wooing the gaze of thy lifted eye, And bre...

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