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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 June 1862

THE wkWT THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 4, 1862. Time of Cars leaving Tyrone Station. mwnwmnnmt EASTWARD.' Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, Way train, WESTWARD. Trough Exp Fast train, Mail train, 8.40 p m. 1. a.m. 7.45 a m. 10.50 a.m. 9.07 p.m. 8.18 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.18 a.m.' 9.50 p.m. 2.12 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 7.50 a m. 8.05 p.m. 6.45 p.m. O f ( n m. 6.28 a.m. 6.56 p m. 5.08 p.m. 6.01 p.m. Way train 2.30 p.m. 1.20 p.m. The fast line does not stop between Huntingdon A uq . a; i ........ hat wAnn and Altoona. m way im.u uu.7 those two points. Enoch Lewis, Gen 1 feupt. THE PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION. The People of Pennsylvania, who desire cor dially to unito in sustaining the National Ad ministration in its patriotic efforts to suppress sectional and unholy rebellion against the . Unity or the Republic, and who desire to snp i port by every power of the Government, one -bund'red thousand heroic brethern in aims, ' braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve l"8 U...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 4 June 1862

CLEARFIELD, JUNE 4, 1862. A CURIOUS HOO STOKY. JTbe correspondent of The Cincin nailiTimes with Gen. Mitchell's com mand is responsible for the follow ing yarn. ' The bogs in this part of the coun try are magically inclined, and all come up to breakfast to the tune of "Dixie." On every plantation, the the oldest "darky" has the honor of playing music to the hogs for about an hour every morning, and from the very moment when be commences, till the end of tbo piece, the shrill, piercing notes of the hogs are beard comming from all directions, and blending with the music of the dar ky, from the full grown sow to the smallest of the litter these notes are audible a mile distant. I can never forget when I first witnessed the scene, and for the life of me I -could not tell or make out what it meant. ' I was on my way from Shelby ville, Tenn., to lluntsrille, Ala., and being alone, I started very early, so as to overtake the army, who were a day in advance of me. Hiding up a very steep bil...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1862

BY S. J. EOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1802. VOL. S.-AT0. 41. OLD FOLKS. Ah. don't be sorrowful, darling. And don't be sorrowful, pray; Taking the year together, my dear. There isn t, more night than da ! 'Ti rain weather, my darling, Time's waves they heavily ran, Eot taking the year together, roy dear, There isn't more clou 1 than un '. We are oi l folks now, my darling. Our heads they are growing gray, Cut taking the year all around my dear, You will always find the May '. We have had onr May. my darling, And our rose long ago. Afcd the time of year is eoming my dear. For the silent night and the snow! And Ood is God. my darling. Of night as well of day ; We feel ard know that we can go Wherever lie leads the way. Ah. Ood of the night, my darling Of the night of death so grim '. The gnte that leads out of life, good wife, Is the gate that leaJ to Hi in ! VALLASDIGHAM'S DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS. What a SoutheraTJnion. Paper thinks of it. From the Nashville Union, May 17. We ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1862

Til lift Jlaftsmait's $mrrmtl. BY SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 11, 1862. THE VALLANDIGHAM ADDRESS. On our first page we print an article from the Nashville, Tennessee, Union, reviewing Mr. Vallandigham & Co's address to the De- moeracv of the TTnited States. Tbe writer of the article seems to think that "unavoidable absence on public business, prevented Cobb, Davis, Wigtall," and others," "from - adding their names to this newly-risen galaxy of pa triots" who signed the address, and that "the Southern rebel leaders are at the bottom of it," and the real instigators ot "this damn able attempt" at deception whilst the nation is struggling for existence and strongly in timates that Vallandigham and bis associates are looked upon by the rebels as sympathis ing with their cause, and that they are the co workers of Breckinridge and Davis in trying to destroy the Government and considers the work of "killing" Secession as paramount to the "killing of Abolition." This cer tainly...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1862

f I j I ill THE JOUMAL. CLEARFIELD, FA,, JUNE 11, 18G2. Timo of Can l?aving Tyrone Station. liSTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast (rain, Mail train, Way train, WHSTWARD. Trough Kxp I'lMt traiu, Mai! train, TVliO.IB. UVUT GDO. 9.07 p.m. 9.50 p.m. :::::: 2.12 a.m. 8.40 p m. 1. a.m. 7.45 a in. 10.50 a.m. 8.18 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.18 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 7.50 a ni. 7.18 a.m. 6.2S a.m. 8.05 p.m. :::::: fi.itjp.ru. 64i p.m. 6 01 p.m. 6.08 p.m. 3 15 p.m. 2.;:0 p in. 1.20 p.m. War train. 1 he fast lino doos not stop between Huntingdon and Altoona. The way train only runs imtwocn those two points. Enoch Lewis, Gen'l Supt. THS PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION. The People of Pennsylvania, who desiro cor dially to "ii' I" sustaining the National Ad ministration, in its patriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and unholy rebellion against the , rii.. nf tho Reiiuhlic. and who desire to stm- port. y every power of tho Government, one L .rrt thousand heroic brethein in arms. l.ravina disaaso and tho perils of the...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 11 June 1862

mm rafts CLEARFIELD, JUNE 11, 1862. BOSS DELL. A rosy dell, in summer dim With dewy Oder waited far By gentle winds, that eastward swim, While brightly burns the evening star. A rosy dell, with dewy lip, That breathes from eve ti II morn perfume, While yellow bees at leisure sip And "roving rob the wakelnl bloom. A rosy dell, where all day long . jEolus chants his varied lay, II is harp the oak tree arms, his song What lisping words the leaves may say. A rosy dell, where, sad o'er all, The pearly stars shed misty light, 'Till gentle Slumber drops her pall, And sorrowing Beauty sighs good-night.' . The total banking capital of Baltimore is $ 1 0,508,404. He who turns Iroia evil habits, does him elf a good turn. The rebel armies, at the approach of our troops, take steps to avoid danger. The Confederate Tulers are like the Con federate notes there is nothing to redeem t,em The Confederate troops at Corinth consisted of flying artillery, flying cavalry, and flying in fantry. Twenty-fiv...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1862

I'D R I t M i W M M by s. j. now. CLEARFIELD, PA., "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 18G2. VOL. S.-NO. 42. YIELD HOT TO DAKK DESPAIR. Hast thou one heart that lovos thee, . In this dark world of care. Whose gentle smile approves thee ? Yield not to dark despair ! One hand whose loving fingers Are pressed in thine alone? One fond, confiding bosom. Whose thoughts are all thine own? One truthful voice to guide thco, And bless thee in distress ? One breast, when thou art weary, VYhcieon thy head to rest ? Till death thy form has shroudod, And cold that heart so warm. Till death tho earth has clouded, Heed not tho passing storm. Thou hast one tie to bind thec, And little life buds rare Let love, sweat love, entwine thee, In this dark world of caae ! all snug 'THE EOWKEASTER AND THE ETJIL. AS ADVENTURE ON A FBA1RIE. What I am going to relate, happened in !Muscatine county, Iowa, midway between Jowa city, then the capital of the State, and Muscatine city, a flourishing town on the Mis sissippi, in a se...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1862

Raftsman's fmmral BY SAMUEL J. BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. JUNE 18, 1862. SOME LIGHT AMID THE GLOOM. . la a State Convention recently held at Ral eigh, North Carolina, the Hon. John A. Gil mer, in speaking of a bill for the taxing of slaves to pay tho debt contracted by his State daring the rebellion, made nso of the follow Ing language : "I had no hand ia bringing about this un holv war. I was not in favor of secession, and am not now. I love the old Union, and long to return to its folds. I had no voice in con tracting this debt; I have been opposed to it all along. Notwithstanding this, I am willing that my slaves should bo heavily taxed to liquidate this unjust debt. Yea, I would glad ly emancipate them all if it would restore us back as ice were before. The slavery question is the cause of this war, and we never shall have peace until a gradual emancipation measure is adopt ed." Such are the words of a Southern Slave holder. Although, at the time, a member of a Convention which was d...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1862

THE IMTiDMFl THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 18, 18G2. Time of Cars leaving Tyrone Station. . M itirwn'inAir EASTWARD. Trough Exp. Fait train, Mail train, Way train, WESTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, At.TOO.1A. TIKU.1S. I 8.40 p m. 1. a.m. 7.45 a.m. 10.50 a m. 7.50 a m. 8.05 p.m. 6.45 p.m. .07 p.m. 8.18 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.18 a.in! 6.04 p.m. 9.50 p.m. 2.12 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 6.28 a.m. 6.5ft p.m. 5.08 p.m. "Way train 3 15 p.m. Z.3Q p.m. 1.20 p.m. The fast lino does not stop oeiwcen iinnunguuu .1 iUi . " f ' 7 . . . and Altoona. The way train only runs Deiween those two points. Kaocii Lgwjs.Jjleji'lSupt. THE PEOPLE'S STATE CONVENTION. The People of Pennsylvania, who desiro cor dially to unite in sustaining the National Ad ministration in its patriotic efforts to suppress tk sectional and unholy rebellion against the Unity of the Republic, and who desire to sup port, by every power of the Government, one hundred thousand heroic brethern in arras, braving disease and ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 18 June 1862

(1 ? .2 . ': W i is? CLEABPIELD, JUNE 18, 1862. A "WEBBY" SAD LAMENTATION. We cut tho following from tho Knicker bocker. It is good for a laugh at any rate The last stanzas we think especially rich. "It is not that she bado me go, Acd said I'd better stop my calling, It is not that she answered "No," As lond as could be short of bawlin g ; It was not that she slammed the door, And set her nasty lap-dog on me ; Oh no ; a greater, keener grief Weighs down my heart and preys upon mo. I cannot bear to see her go. And promenade with other fellers j i cannot bear to see her walk On rainy days, 'neath their umbrellas, To see such things a going on, Excites my virtuous indignation ; It makes me swear as one might say, In vulgar phrase, "like all creation." To see her seated in a chair, With half a dozen fops about her ; And hear that fool Augustus swear He "can't exist a day without her," Tis this which makes my withered hopes Fall thick and fast like leaves in Autumn, And cause my poor hea...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 June 1862

i ' ' Hi BY S. J. BOW.' CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1862. VOL. a-NO. 43. DAYLIGHT'S CLOSE 0 '. how sweet when daylizbt closes, -"When the western sun reposes. And the dew is on the roses, Brothers, then how sweet to rove Through the meadow and the grove ! 0'. how sweet when toil is ending, Day and night so softly blending, Sweet to hear our songs ascending, Brothers, from the starlight grove Songs of gratitude and love! 0 ! how sweet the bells low pealing, On the ear so softly stealing ! -Home we go with grateful feeling, Pray to Uod who reigns above, And, with songs of praise and love, Sink to rest. 'GENERAL FREMONT'S OPERATIONS From the Philadelphia Press. The annals of the crisis through which we are passing are the most varied, the most vivid ever written by war. The world has no par allel to the extent and the decree of the treachery disclosed by the lust few month's ; but neither has it such sublime records of in corruptible manhood. If it has its Gosport, it has, too...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 June 1862

Raftsman's $0iiral. BT SAMUEL J. BOW. CLEARFIELD, FA., JUNE 25, 186J. WHAT THEY HAVE IN VIEW. It ia qnito refreshing to read some of the organs of the Bredkinridge-Vallandigham Democracy they are snch amiable, truthful, patriotic affairs. We have just now before ns one of those delectable sheets, bearing the euphonious title of "Patriot and Union," in which it is asserted that "the blood-stained records of the Spanish holy inquisition are the models which inspire .the legislation" of the present Congress, that "this unchristian policy, evidently pursued to protract the war, is upheld by blood-thirsty fanatics and professional robbers, leagued together for " the unholy purpose of gratifying an insane " hatred of Southern institutions and the lust of spoils, stimulated by official impurity." That, we should think, is rather "rich," com ing, as it does, from an editor who belonged to the old corrupt Buchanan dynasty, one of the Cabinet officers of which was implicated in a wholesale ro...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 June 1862

THE RAFTOIMGro M THE JOTJKML. CLEARFIELD, PA., JUNE 25, 1862. Time of Cara leaving Tyrone Station EASTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, Way train, WESTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast train, ALTOONA. WROXE. HCNT GDOS 8.40 p m. 1. a.m. 7.45 a m. 10.60 a.m. 8.07 p.m.' 8.18 a.m. 11.40 a.m. V.'lSa.m. 9.50 p.m 2.12 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m 7.50 am. 7.13 a.m. 6.23 a m 8.05 p.m. ::::::. 6.56 p.m Mail train, Way train. 6.45 p.m. 6 01 p.m. 5.03 p.m. 3 15 D.m. Z.30 p.m. 1.20 p.m. The fast line does not stop between Huntingdon and Altoona. The way train only runs between those two points. Enoch Lewis, GenT Supt. THE PEOPLE'S STATE COlTVElfTIOIT. The People of Pennsylvania, who desire cor dially to unite in sustaining the National Ad ministration in its patriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and unholy rebellion against the Vnity of the Republic, and who desire to sup port, by every power of the Government, one hundred thousand heroic brethern in arms, braving disease and the perils of the fiel...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 June 1862

, CLEABPIELD, JUNE 25, 18G2. SCHOOL OF THE OLDEN TIME. The schools the schools of other days I Thoso were the schools Tor me, Wbon in a frock and trousers dressed, I learned mj A, 13, C. "When, with my dinner In my hat, I trndged away to school, Nor dared I stop, as boys do now, For school ma'am had a rule. And if a traveler we met, We threw no sticks nor stones. To fright the horses as they passed, Or break good people's bones. Bat with our hats beneath our arms, We bent our heads fall low, For ne'er the school ma'am failed to ask, "Boys, did you make a bow ?" And all the little glils with us Would courtesy full low, And hide their ankles 'neath their gown Girls don't hare ankles now. We stole no fruit, nor tangled grass, We played no noisy games. And when we spoke to older folks, Put handles on their names. And when the hour for school had come, Of bell we had no need, The school ma'am's rap upon the glass, Each one would quickly heed. That school ma'am I Heaven bless bet name! Wh...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 July 1862

BY S. J. BOW. CLEAKFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1862. VOL. 8 NO; 11. V J i t 1 i i s I f t Ml I: I "IfEVER MI5D." What' the us of always fretting, At the trials we shall find Ever strewn along our pathway ! Travel on, and -'JNe rer Mind." Travel onward ; working, hoping ; Ct no lingering glance behind, -At tbe trials once encountered. Look ahead, and "Never Mind." What Is past. Pt foreve r, let all fretting be resigned, it will nerer help the matter, Do your best,. and '-Nerer Mind." And if those who might befriend you, . Whom tbe ties of Natnre bind, 'Bhould refuse to do their duty, Look to Heaven, and "Never Mind. " Friendly words are often spoken, When the feelings are unkind, Take them for their real value, Pass them by, and -Never Mind.' , Fate may threaten, clouds may lower,- Enemies may be combined, -If your trust in God, is steadfast, Jle will help you, "Never Mind." & FRENCH WILL STORY. Ms she dead, then 1" "Yes, madame," replied a little gentleman In a brown coat and...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 July 1862

Tim mff i 4him, Raftsman's Jiranral. BT SAMCEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD. PA., JULY 2, 1862. THE WAR NEWS. The news from the scat of war has been rather meagre during the past week, but eve rything indicates more activity. On the 21st the rebels opened fire on the camp of Gen. Hooker's advance with shell, bnt did no serious damage. Gen. Hooker an swered Irom one of his heavy batteries with good effect, and in a short time drove the reb els out of their position and occupied their camp and holds it. On the 16th the IT. S. troops under General Benham made an attack on James Island, near Charleston, S. C, and after 4 hours hard fight ing were repulsed, with a loss of 668 killed, wounded and missing. The Union troops were obliged to retreat under cover of the gun boats. Our troops behaved with great spirit in the engagement. The forces under Major-Generals Fremont, Banks and McDowell have been consolidated into one army, cilled the Army of Virginia, and Major-General Pope has been specially as...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 July 1862

BT SAXCEL . ROW. CLEARFIELD. PA., JULY 2, 1862. THE WAR NEWS. The news from the seat of war has been rather meagre during the past week, but eve rything indicates more activity. On the 21st the rebels opened fire on the camp of Gen. Hooker's advance with shell, but did no serious damage. Gen. Hooker an swered from one of his heavy batteries with good effect, and in a short time drove the reb els out of their position and occupied their camp and holds it. On the 16th the V. S. troops under General Eenham made an attack on James Island, near Charleston, S. C, and after 4 hours bard fight ing were repulsed, with a loss of 668 killed, wounded and missing. The Union troops were obliged to retreat under cover of the gun boats. Our troops behaved with great spirit in the engagement. The forces under Major-Generals Fremont, Banks and McDowell have been consolidated into one army, called the Army of Virginia, and Major-General Pope has been specially as signed to the chief command. M'Call's ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 July 1862

TUB llff in MP! wmm THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 2, 18G2 . Time of Can Isavin Tyrone Station huxt'gdox. 9.50 p.m. 2.12 a m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m. EASTWARD. ALTOONA. TVROXR. Trough Exp Fast train,. Mail train, W ay train, , WF.STWABD.; Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train. 8.40 p m. 1. a.m. 7.45 a.m. 10.50 a.m. 9.07 p.m. 8.18 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.18 a.m. 7.50 am. 7.18 a.m. 6.8 a.m. 8.0i p.m. :::::: o.J" P m. . c 45 p.m. 6.04 p.m. 5.0S p.m. 2.30 n.m. 1.20 p.m. "Way train. The fast line doc. not stop between Huntingdon ,.,i iitoona The way train oniy runs qhoiejgpoi. Enoch Lewis, thiTfeople's STATE CONVENTION. The People of Pennsylvania, who desire cor dially o UDite ,n sustaining the National Ad ministration in its patriotic efforts to suppress sectional and unholy rebellion against the Unitv of the Republic, and who desire to snp nort."ty every power of the Government, one hundred thousand heroic bretbern in arms, braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve the Union of ou...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 July 1862

i THE HAFTMlAtro 4MtMI THE JOUENAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 2, 1862. Time of Can leaving Tyrone Station. . .V ALTOOA. TVRONK. HUST'GDOS. EASTWARD. Trough Exp. fast train, .Mail train, Way train, WESTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, 8.40 p m. 9 07 p.m. 9 50 p.m. - 0,0.. 1. a.m. 7.45 a.m. 10.50 a.m. ;;;;;; .ia b ui. 8.18 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 7.50 a m. 8.05 p.m. 6.45 p.m. 7.18 a.m. 6.04 p.m. 6.23 a.m. 6.56 p.m. 5.0S p.m. "Way train 3 13 p.m. Z.30 p.m. 1.20 p.m. The fast line docs not stop oeiwcen xiunimg""" andAltoona. The wy "am oniy Tuna -. Xhose two points. Enoch Lewis, Gen'J Supt. THE PEOPLE'S STATE COIHTEffTION. Tho People of Pennsylvania, who desire cor dially to unite in sustaining the National Ad ministration in its patriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and -unholy rebellion against the Unit? of the Republic, and who desire to sup port" by every power of tho Government, one hundred thousand heroic brethern in amis, braving disease and the perils of the...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 2 July 1862

mm RAFT . CLEABFIELD, JULY 2, 1862. I BATHER THINK I WILL. s Ob f I'll toll you of a fellow, Of a fellow I have seen, Who is neither white nor yellow, Bat is altogether green. He bas told me of a cottage, Of a cottage on a bill ; And be begged me to accept him, Sat I hardly think I will. Now the tears the creature wasted, Were enough to turn a mill ; Then bis name it isn't charming, For it's only common "Bill ;" And be wishes me to wed him, But I hardly think I will. And be begged me to accept bim, Bat I hardly think I will. 0 he whispered of devotion, Of devotion pure and deep, But it seemed so very silly, That I nearly fell asleep. And he thinks it would be pleasant, As we journey down the hill, To go band in hand togother, But I hardly think I will. He was here last night to see me, And be made so long a stay, 1 began to think the blockhead, Never meant to go away. At first I learned to hate him, And 1 know I hate bim still, Yet be urges me to have him, But I hardly think I will....

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