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

c "" mmmmmmtmammammm!mmmmmm' J OT THE GLORY OP C21SAR BUT THB W B L ? A B S OP R O IttT". STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1844. VOL. XVII...:o. 48. TIIU EMI'TV itlAIITIN IJOX. Air Locttaber. When the snow tun dissolved in theelnncooflhc sun, Ami the season ol biotsnm nnd bloom is liegun, Then a clear welcome voire is heard lilnhlv to rinir. 'Tu the voice of the Mtrtin proclaiming the Spring. They come whence, we know not each bird to its nest, , Like the joys that unbidden start lip in the breast, And hnver "arniind us, and flutter the wing. , Like spirits that wait in the footsteps of spring. To the Sivilhern Savmnahs, nil hlonminnand hriaht, 'T., t he rwl,1. nf tin- tvHvstnne that Inuoli in the tiffht, To the homesteads of white, with their smoke wreaths bo gray, On the hills'of New-England, thcy'r speeding away. Rich bis, atthecives, welcome back the glad train. To twiner and build in its shelter again ; And still, as they nrcle around it, prolonc, From morning till tw...

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. — 3 May 1844

FUO.il WASHINGTON. KmnAV, April 19. In Senate, several memorials niatnst annexation, and on from Virginia in tutor. The Post Office then enmeiip, as printed with the amendments ns the bill now stands It provides for n 3 rent misiayo on male letters for 30 miles, S cents un t.i 100 miles, 10 cuts tip to 300, mi d 15 cents over 300. Franking In mouthers of t'umiress dunnr, session nnd 30 days af ter. The hill was postponed nnd the larill' resolu tions reunH'd. Mr. Wriirht look the floor. A mes sage front the House wns received with the resolu tions in reference to the camp-chest of Washington. Th' resolutions were passed. In the House, the resolutions in relation to the schooner Artnista I were laid on the lahle, 68 to 02. Mr Ad tins presented the resolutions of the lesislatnre f Misiaclliisetts ajain-t annexation. Objections were mnde to rccetriw Ihem! Thej were, however, received nnd ordered to he printed. The house then on motion of Mr Duncan, proceeded to rccnnider the vole of yes...

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. — 3 May 1844

wm nol otherwise to bo exported. Tlio sub jeclj prejontc.1 wero necessarily abstruse, and repulsive) to a popular audience even to those acquainted with the higher branches of Mathematics and Astronomy Mr. Young could not expect in few evening lectin cs to do himself justice and make his theories fair ly understood. To take up the old theories of gravitation, the progression of light, and tlio quadrature of the circle, upon all which ho thinks wo are in error, and put to the test tho experiments and calculations by which those theories have been establijhcd and held to as correct and then to propose now the ories in place of tho old ones is no small labor. And if Mr. Young could not do this in ten short lectures, wc ought nol to call dim mad, or, as some have done, ndviso him to go and prcacli to the Mormons. For twenty years ho has been hard at work, trying to solve doubts, which much farther back had sprung up in his mind on those points and others connected with As tronomy, and h...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 May 1844

Ms touched his harp, and notions heard, entranced. TIME IS NOT Y 12 A ItS. I saw a castle grim nnd prey, Standing nlono on the rocky way, And crumbling slowly to decay, Its mouldering 'tone appears And a spirkling rill danced on near by Blithely ns it had done for aye. Ami it seemed to me ns it 'gashed' to cry, 'Oh, time is not for years.' I saw the pomp of I he lordly grinl, P.lsing away from i' ancient state, Oblivion mt-r their name nnd fate Her sepulchre appears! And I heard n voice from the miehty past Calling the name which forever Inst, And shouting as loud ns the winter blast, 'Oh, tune is not of years.' I siw a Eirl in her brntitv's prime, Worn with the weight ofentennd crime. Limeniing the waste of her girlhood's time With a woe loo wild fr liar. An old nnn, In'sinp a rhild nl play, Willi silver Inir, nnd nn eve whose ray, As it (danced at the blue sky, seemed to say, 'Oh, time is not of years.' O, YBSI I TWICE THE PAPERS. BV 0. 0 WALLIS O, ves! I take the pipers The trill...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1844

xtt fpte NOT TUB OLORT OP OJBSAK BUT THB W B I. r A B B O F H O m B , BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1844: BY H. B. STACY. VOL. XVII...Ao. 49. From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. Til 13 SISTI3H9 DAVIDSONS. nv rnEsTO.v o'darreit. Sisters of song! Your life was in its freshness find its dcwi Its withering ami its blight were not for you, Nor held you long. "Tis ever thus I They fade the first our best hopoi centred in : To linger in a world of wo and sin Were perilous. Heller to die, Unknown earth's cares, iindrained its bitter cup, When immortality will swallow up Mortality : Than to live on Till wintry age cloud o'er youth's vernal sun, And its preen leaves have fallen, one by one, Till all are gone. No more ye thrill Our hearis wilh tour strange youthful melody; Hut have ye erased your artless minstrelsy, Or sing ye still 1 Full many lyres, Untouched on earth, have first in heaven been strung, The unsupectcd poet first hath sung, '.Mid seraph choirs. And shall your songs,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1844

protporty imy bo endangered 1y lier policy, to adopt nidi ineasuruj as they may deem necessary for lluir protection. It is with sli t decpir concern the President resardt tho iivtiwal.uf'l.orl Aberdeen, of thn defile nf Orint Hriiam toV' slavery nliolmhcil In Tt xas; ami, as he infers, is endcaVorm::, through her diplomat1)', to ac-i-oniiiisrt-it,-hy making the abolition of -Uvcry one of thu cotnhtionS hit which Mexico linti!l nrsjnnwh duo her iiiuVpeudcncc. If his cnofiriiud Ins previous im pMsiotUns tif tho niticviif (treat Ihitnttin reference to Texas, and niadcit Ins ilntv tnciiiinino with much care ntt't s ilu i ndo what wuu'd he its i llVrrs on llie im-pcritv ninl safety of the United Stales, should she succeed in her endeavors. Tiie mves Ration has re sulted in the settled conviction lint II would lie ilifli cult for Texas in lur nctuil condiiion, in ri'ist what she de-ires, without suppo-hiii the iiinueiiec and exer tions nf Ore.it itrilaiu would Im i.Vi tided beyond the lim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1844

'I was woll known lli.it thogcnlloman whoso cro. dcntials hint bnun presumed, had boon snmo time in the city, without, Huh far, rl.iiminp. liis seat j it was equally notorious, that ho had boon alllic. tcil4y a dispensation of 1'ruvidotirc, lie should move tho appolnlniGnt of n select Committee to investigate the circumstances of this case, both as an act of justice to the itulii idual himself, and as the right of tho American people, whose rep resentative was eacli Senator on this floor. Mr l'.iirliold said, that bavins been a follow boarder for soma time past with the Senator elect, and formerly well acquainted with him, lie would undertake to pronounce that ho was r.s capable, of performing his duties hero as any member of this body ; that he had been afflic ted, and still labored under physical debility! ho did not deny. While ho protested aailnst llic right of this body to take the course proposed, he was instructed by the Senator from Cornice ticut, to say that he waived all o...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 May 1844

Quia isimiB Ha touched his harp,and nations heard, entranced, THE FOUR AUKS OP THOUGHT. What is thought J In childhood nn imprrfcrt gleam, A summer hawcr, n moonlight dream, ulnupses nf some far-sliming stream, A rosy wreath, the blessed In am That dwills in niolhcrs' eyes. In youth an urn hrinmiM wiih delight, Sweet thronging fantasies of light, Meel c) c with love's own radiance bright, Soft in jmc on a summer night, Hope biijditig into joy. In ninnhun I n benighted shore With wreck of bliss all scillcrcd o'er, Dark svvelhngdiuihts, f-nrs seorn'd before, A spirit vvjilur'd nl theenre-- A sea of storm and strife. In age a ralm undaxzled eye, Living in worlds oT itii'imit y Lnvv-hiialhcd thank for fine on high, A patatit hinging for the sigh Thai walls it nto rtst. A DOSE. liv t. IKIUD. ' Ellen, von Imvn bpnn nut.' ' Well, 1 kiKiw I lnivi-.' ' 'I'o fhi! Kind's Ilcud V 'No, Jnhii, no. But no matter. You'll lio troubled no muru with my di inking.' ' What do you moan ?' I mean what I s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1844

Wvtt NOT TUB GLOnV OF OlSAn BUT TUB WELFARE OT HOME BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 17, ISM. VOL. XV1I....N). ro. BY II. B. STACY. IIVMN T() THU IMiOl'Mi. BV 0. II. BTUAIIT. ' He ic'io icautd lie free, himself muitttriktlhchlou." Slaves nf a vasal land, Why do yc bow Can ye not vow And ri-c with Initio brawl, And break the lash tint makes the red lle1i qtuvrr 7 And cry from day to day, " O, Tyrant, do deliver 1" Arc vc not men nf might I Ti n as yon lord, Wlio, vt h his sword, lias riven vc of riuht 1 Nay, , lot of right j Oh, Godl Oh, precious Heaven! Still ye hive risht, though from it basely dricn Why do yc eii in chains i yc tit in tile.nl wl Why ple.id wlien yo Mav thus he free. E'en a the winds, whoso reins Arc in the hinds of the stnrin-brewina sky, Loose as the cloud tint dances swiftly by. Have yc not lips of firo To pass the word 1 Have yc no' heard That ye are men, and hijher, Was never kins than nnnnf yc ! whose strength Shall clutch and smite him from his throne at len...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1844

TV ' j?frA . ,, cms ,1,. (.e.wr..n four nnd five o'cloeU, tno'tns. j and J'?pl tt. -lrc n nm!;cr of 1m!, faind,. hours, llio shots vvcic finpicnt Irom tin1 houses 111 I" FUR I'ltKSini'.NT, HENRY ( L ,lV Y , o;.' Ki:xTirnY. von 'c: i'i;i:smi:x r. or .i:u'.ii:;si:y. SHOCKING & DISGRACEFUL RIOTS ix iihi,aii:i,i'iiia. Conflicts Imvc lecenlly occured between tlic Native Aitiiiicnns mill the Irisli in Phil niloliihi.i. lint have resulted in tliu destruc tion of ;i Lugo iiniDinit of property and of many lives. Tho oiigin of litem is llnis du ncribod : On iMondiy nftcrnnor, Miy fl, tlic Native Americans assembled nt Kensington, on Ibo pernor of Master ntul second slreots. UeTorc the meeting Iml f.n rly completed its nrnnnui-' lion a dorm aro-o, vv liii'li iiidticril tlic asscm blago to adjourn to the Washington .Market House, near at li 01J. Vhcn tin; ill nl -poakcr, (Lewis ('. Luvm, IMitor of tlio Sim) commenced Ins address, a iimii standing at tlio outside the crowd was hoard to Fay t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1844

lMIILMJhLLMHA 1M0T. Wo duvotu c-iiisiiliTiililu spncu lo-ilny to tlm partieoliiis uflhis sad iill'.iir. Tills la n nun- chapter in our history ; hut th" -'d s not yut. Elomi'iits in u in motion which 0:111 hanlly fail to rem! our cities ami l.trj!" towns liku tliu Uilii!aviiiirs of a volcano. In this particular caso it inayTHlliciilt to say who wore the aggrcssois : nor is it very matcriat, lis holh parties were tlouhlless socking a pin vicatiun, ready to e.ploc!o with lilts slightest touch, ami tho origin ofllio fray v is ut once swallowed up in tho impaiflniiahlo excrsH-s on uithersicle. One tiling is veiy clear, how ever: lint tlicro was culpaiileup'.Mg""1 ; the pari of the city aiitlim &; It ' graco lo our institutions ttinl 1 iuuhIltoiis predatory waif.iro of that kind should hp per mitted to exist for the spaco of llneo days, without a sulioiis adeipiato eflbit to put it down. lMIt. CLW UNI).:!? I50ND.S. Thu Truu Democrat, a few days since, occupied soiuo two or thrco colu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 May 1844

He touched his hnrpj nnd tin linns Iicnri1.cn trnm til From llic Huston Morning Post. KNOW VI-: NOT THAT YK AUK MKN? Kn aw yo tint llint yn an turn, Ye laboring lliro'ngsuf iiirtli? Mud yp Ik; told ntul tolil aga n That Truth nml Toil arc wurth 1 Why do ye look upon llic ground, No fire within the eve, When nnhlp hnrti arpall nrnund jln J Wealth nnJ tlntili gu by 1 Tor, havp ypivx a hearl within, Anil tense and soul in they? Anil more Vive H' nut In led lu will The Incrnl ye tal In-day I Do yi de-pirc your Bui.lnirnl hmds So hard and brown with lull ! Thai hair in-ide fur llic hnnit lands, And turned the fort 61 toil I Whit I do ye fmr iIiq haughty gaza Of nit'ii in rich array 1 'Tis s I'd. Pride hath not many days, And Riches fly away. Up. heart ami hand, and persevere nd nvprroiut' til"' Ki'iirn The Inutility h Hp and licirlless sneer Of this world's gentle-born I I-Vir nut, shrink nut to ynn i given The gu inh in-hip of Earth ; And nit this record I, ink of Ilcivcn Is writ yoiirh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 May 1844

NOT TUB OZ.OBT OP C43SAB BUT THE WELFARE or ROME BY II. B. STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1814. VO. XVII....'Xo. 5. r From Blackwood's Mng-uine for April. THfi CHILD': WARNING. There's btoim upon iho lady's chcclt, There's brightness in her eye t Who says the scnlcnco is gone forth That that f.ur thins must did Jin st dio before the flowering lime, Out yonder, sheds its leaf Can this thimr be, O Inttmn flower 1 Thy blossoming so brief 1 Nav, nay, 'tis but n passins cloud, Thou ilidsl but droop awhile ; There's life, Ions years, and lovo and joy, Whole ages in that smile In the Ray call that to thy Unco Brings ipiick that lovin-i child, Who looks up in thoso laughing eyes Willi his large eyes so mil J. Yet thou artdoom'd irl dying! nil Tho coming hour foresee, Our. in love's cowardice, withhold The warning word from thee. Cod Keep thee and bo merciful! His strength is with thn weak j Through babes and suckling, the Most High Hath oft vouchsafed to speak And spenketh now ...

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. — 24 May 1844

TOR PHBSIDBNT, HENRY OL Y, Of KHXTVCKY. TOR VICE PRRStDKNT, TIIKOIMHIH FIti:r.e.Ci!IlJVSEX, o1 .sKWJtiiisur. "THE RULING PASSION STRONG IN HEATH." Tlio following "Card" from Grn. Jack- ion, which makes its appearance soon after Ins communed uiih Mr. H. F. Butler, shows him iilrapablo of doing justico even at a pe riod of lifi! when most men desire to atone for injiirii's and wrongs done to their follow nicn. Jm'mtsiiN, thu Elder Adams, and Madison, after their retirement, while llieir years mid momlis and weeks and d.iys were 'hawing to a close, found enjoyment and so lace in correcting mutual misapprehensions hikI repairing mutual emirs, liui (ien Jackson is vindinivi; and malignant to tin last, as will tie seen by his reiteration of a w anion and exploded calumny against John Quinkv Adams and Iln.vuv Clay : Tothe ICdilorsofthe Xas'irillc Union: Grsi LCMtv . ,Vv n 1 1 em i hi tins lii'rn called tn va- nous ne spnper nr tries rclerriug lo a letter said to have been winten by me tn G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 May 1844

Boi o-Lincoin's Sono. A correspondent of tio K, H. Telegrnph siys this merry vocalist has chnng. rd his sun?" tins season. Ho has become n zealous Whig, and Ins song is ns follows) A 'SlnyMav-comc-awnvlct-us-plny-Mr-Ctay'is''tn-be-thc.Prr.t-ilcnt-A-long-with-SIr-Fio-linK-liuy'Scn- SHcct-May-come-away'lcl-us-play-lct-us-plny." Proniico slates lint a vendible ami well Known Methodist clergyman of Ohio, wa nrrniuned lielore his conference, nol Ions MM, charged wiili interfering wild politics, He fully admitted the truili of llic nr cuaation, and staled that lie " felt himself as much bound to fight Loco Fncoism on week days, as to Eht the Devil on Sundays." Advantage or Wma Sosas. tlrolher Rrownlnw, ol the Joneshurgh Whisjs defend ins Wilis songs from the ntlact mide upon ihem by the Liens, siysi "In ili SiwnnH tlooU of Samuel, and lGlh chintcr, our Loco Poco song haters will learn that Saul, Kins of Israel, when he lay stretched upon his couch wini a devil in him as largo as a modern ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 May 1844

Untouched his harp, nnd nations heard .entrance.1 THE IiAST JOUIINEY. Miciiaud, in his description of an Bgvpt'an funeral procession, which ho met on his way to the cemetry of Rnsettn, says : 'The procession we saw pass, stopped beforo certain houses, and onietimes receded a few steps. 1 was told that the dead stopped thus before the doors of their friends, to bid them a last farewell ; and before those of their enemies, to effect a reconciliation before they parted for ever.' Correspondence d Orient. Siowly, with measured tread, Onward up bear the Dead, To his long home. Short crows the homeward road, On with vour mortal load: Oh Grave, we come! Yet, vet, lh hasten not Past each remcmheicd spot Where he' halh been j Where late ho walked in glee, There from henceforth tobu Never more seen I Yet, yet, ah slowly movu ! Bear not the form we love Fast fimu our siuht : I. ct the air breathe on him, And the8im leave on him Last looks of light. Rest ye, ct down the bier One he ioved dwelle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1844

NOT THE GLORY OF CJ3SAR DOT TUB WELFARE OF ROME. BY It. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1844. VO. XVII.:Xo. 52. SPEECH OF Mft. GEORGE P. MARSH, ok j in: TAitirr hill. HOUSI' OK HEPS. ADML. 30, ISM. The House licinff in Committed of tho Whole, on tho side, and commence their pilgrimage to the sun bdl reported bv Mr. McKay, from tho t'omiiiiilcc j y South or tlio mighty West. Prostrate nur riH of qj'i- Mr. MAtisir, of Vermont, addressed the com. mittec as follows : We have cause, Mr. Chairman, to congratu late the House and the country upon the temper in which this, debate has been in general con ducted. The gentlemen who have participated in it have confined themselves more closely than is usual to the real question at issue. They have maintained their respective positions with a cool earnestness of tone indicative of honest difference of opinion, and no discussion of the session has called forth greater ability or exhib ited more successful l.ihur of preparation. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1844

-te-. & rffiia, HENRY CLAY, UP KKXTUCHY. FOR VKT, PHKSIDKNT, t 1 1 s: o i o f.s a: i ' 1 1 v. m i s J vs n x, or si:y jmisijy. HKMKMUFU Till: FACTS. liver since tin; Whig Tariff was passed, il litis been consliintly abused tiy the Locofoco orators in Confess mid on thn stump, nnd by their editors. In Vri mnnt, especially, U lias ben denounced as ruinous and insulting to the farmers as grossly p-iiii.il lo the man ufacturers ; and by holding up Locnfocos as the trim fi lends of Protection and the very men to take euro of tltn wool-growers, they havo virtually pledged their puny to reform and correct this " bill of abominations." This is a (run bill, is it no! ? no appeal to nil Lucns. Well vnnr paitv has FIF TY FOUR MAJOKITY in iho'llouse in Con giess enough, it would seem, for all piacti c.tl purpose.; it h is spent fiwi ntoiths in ilr - eating tun I anil, anil uns n.ia ample tunc: j mid power to pet feet a bill and remedy evei v ' 11 - i 1 . .1 M. .rt. I t , , . . nllrged L'lie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1844

7 COMMUNICATION. COLORF.D ORPHANS' ASYLUM AT NEW YOlilC. Rcini; rallicr fatigued nnd unwell, llio writer retired 1 last niht rather early.ind in contequenco perhaps of gn so dump, is now listenini! tu llio cluck as it ticks along recording the passim; momenta nn llicy nro recistorcd in eterni'v. Tlic clock lias siriuk 12, 1,2, 3. an I 1 conclude'lo rio nnJ wrilo a few lines aboul the Colored Orphans' Asylum, situnletl ne.ir one of the Croton Reservoirs, at Foriy-sccond Street, New Yoik, which 1 had llio plcasuroof visiting this fprmSi while in New York on business. It may ho no digression to just ray here that there ore many Institution", mmv places and scenes of in terest in and around New Yoik, where n person cm spend nn hour, a day, an cvenim or a shorter Mine profitably, (not pecun'nrily perhaps, hut s.ihsfictori. ly.) an I some, oneor more nf the e pliers every linn of 1) ! mess or pleasure, I may ho perniinci in s.i), should in justice to liiinsclf, islt every lime he msiis ''...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 May 1844

Hiiiuchrd 111" hnrp.nml nations hen rd.rnlninrcd TIME IS NOT YIjAHS. I avv i cnsllcgrim and prey, Sinniling nlnnuon llie rocky way, And crumbling slowly lo decay, Its mouldering stone npprnrs Ami a sparkling till glanced mi near by 1 1 1 it li cl V a' It hnd d.mu for nyr, Anil it srrttird to me as it ' gushed ' to cry, 'Ultimo is not of years.' 1 saw the pomp of the lordly great, 1' issuigawny from i s ancient state, Oblivion over tlnir mine mid fate Hn scptilchie appears; And I heard n voice Irom the mighty past Callini! the name which furrvcr last. And shinning as loud as the winter blast, 'Oh, time is not of years., 1 saw n cirl in her beauty's prime, Worn wuh the weight of rare and crimp, Lnimnling the waste of her ghlhood's time Willi a wie ton wild for icnrs. An old man tossing a child at phy, Willi siKer hair, and an rvevvhose ray, As it glanced at the hlueskv, seemed to say, ' Oh, time is nut of years.' PRSHJT tABR HOUSE in ni:v voiuc, To iip,'dy he City ami In'erior Trade, ...

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