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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 March 1857

It i' 1 rl- -! J . V mjm.ii. iimwi mi i .ii rCTw.i.. ..i.ij... i i n'W'i'ii" ' fvnssssss aggniwwiniT.r iixiimmiuimi iiiumi iii m ii iju i ii ii mi ju.iUJUi.'L'.J-Li1-!- J'.. --.-T."E,:.r--.r",.rrr-'. ..... i i w$imm . wwm mm?M irmM . mush mianMii rarisirn n? ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, i INVARIAELY IN ADVANCE. ' VO,L.;'18. GLASGOW, MO, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1857. NO. 1. Cjje (Slaspfo.. ;Cimcs. irSTStnele conies of Thk Times, nut up in wrappers, can always be hud tt the office at five cuts a copy (FSPYearly tdverfirers are restricted to their .legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. JTNo chore or inserting deaths, but fifty enu per square, will be charged for obituary notice to he paid in advance. (tThe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be auknolcdged in the paper, ,. :- . jy Where editorial notice of advertisements Is requested, it will be given and charged for. later from Nicaragua. ARRIVAL OF THE TENNESSEE. New York,...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 March 1857

G LA SGOW W E E K L Y , T IMES 1 V f HaUStwii and th State Debt, From tt JcfTcrtnn Examiner. (30,000,000 or Statu Deb r Riad akd Renter. Should the TailroaJ bill before the Lrgittattue pass, our Slate will bo lia ble for thirty millions of dollars, only uboul four hmidred thousand of which it for her own account, the bnlancc being her endorse ment of bond to aid railroad cuinjmnici to dcrelope her interim) resource. Let u consider the probabilities of the Btale having to pay these bands, or rather let tec what prospect there it tlr.it the railroad oompatiic will pay them, olid save their endorser hornless. '' 1st. There is the Hannibal and St. Jo seph road, to which the credit of the Slate Hat been loaned for ?I3,UUU,UUI. Tins road has eight hundred thousand acre of land nd over $1,000,000 of county and private subscription. The lands alone, without the road, are worth more than the credit the State has loaned, nnd we there for assume that the Stule will have nothing te pry on accou...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 March 1857

BlRSJMIBMI iTlTSGl) W W EER L Y T I ME S rami - jrerwaj VlLIsnCD t VERY THURSDAY M0RS1SO BY ... CIAUff II. GREEK , ,AT ONE DOLLAR PER .ANNUM aWARIAUIK IJf APTAKCK, J5T Subscriptions promptly discontinued at tlic expiration of ttio time paid tor.EJ) - IsawWd at thi al rutes. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertiser. - JOB WORK, Of etery description promptly executed at iho " notice, oa reasonable terms. ,' V. B. Palms is our ourthorized Agent In New -, m York, Boston, and Philadelphia. . 6 C Boa finm ah, Llnnens. O. H. Burckh vut, Huntsville. . Wayiahd A, Co., Roanoke. Tbm O. Sharp, Bloomingto.r J. H. Pawitv, Penny's P. O. Powell Co., Cambridge. t-t W. A. Wtnow, nfarshall. ' G. It. Hobblb, Trenton. (pg'ir'osttnastors generally are requeued to act spent. IfAll airants are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. Tgl Isgo wTisso"urj Thunday Morning-, Karch 5, 1857. - ' Look for the X. A cross (thus X) immediately before the ' name, signifies that the time paid f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 March 1857

' G L A S G O W W E E K 17 Y" T I'M, E S Qli WouM that I'd been born a Boy. Obi would that I'd been born a boy, " How btppy I would be, '.; I'd be the envy ef the men, The girls would worship me. 1 I'd wear very f reotful hat, . Hot store-pipe ffirj ' . And from beneath iit brim should flow Rich waves of dark brown hair. I woutdu'l be fop you know, Fof Top I do lespise; ' But dress with style ntid teste enough,' To pteafelhe ladies' eyes. ' , Whene'er I fell in "moiling mood," : T" Laura Keene's I'd gof . For oli! blest thought of Liberty, I shouldn't need a beau. '"'"," I'd have a night key that I would, And I'd go out and in Without a dozen folks to ask "Why, Belle, where have you been?" 1 'wouldn't drink, or chew, JT swear; I wouldu't yes I would, I'd smoke, cigars, provideu I Could always get them good. , . I'd have a dtzeu pretty girl, For "cousins" nothing more; . And then I'd have a dear brunneit, t - ;A darling, I'd adore. A.darling little black eyed love, 'J.', A teasing hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 March 1857

J. Ir t&zrzK:':z-.-.-'.r... : j - r. .jxzr &J x . . - ., I ; . i t . MUM l ll.ll.ui. i.. il li ji.l J. .il l ) . J JJ l JMlll I .,lj l-Jii'iU.'Ji' P LVJJhVL!ff,&-'mB'Jl.'l J L'Jli.'ULL' " i.JJ ,.iu.-ii.iil..iiibiIi i .11 1 I mm 1 , mum."l. CLARK II. GREEN, . ; ; mMm?Em llfh ID Til I illlPA lm PIT Pi H P) A ft AlM'fl fcE AT.D) ,1 111,1X17 J editor and pRorniEToR. j a liU J ILIJJ U IT JLLJ u UiriLLi iriviJ JJJiJcJLL J HJJJiriJLi ifiJ jUJ VJ JJ S'JJ ifi LLj ulxl J LSILILJvUIjJ J OXE DOLLAR PER ANKUI. INVARIAPLY IN" ADVANCE. vol; is. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1857. NO. 2 Cjre . (Slaspfo Cimes. (JrSingIe copies of Thi Times, put up in wrappers, con always be had at the office at five cents a-copy. (Yearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. (I3"No choree for inserting deaths, but fifty tents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. (K?"The charge for marri...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 March 1857

HMS-SSUHREHK reaes G LA S G 0 W W EE K L Y T I M E S Sty (glasgob iws. (J2T9ingl copies f Th Time, pt op in wrappers, can always 6 hud at tb cite at five sentsacopy. Ijyitarly advertisers tre restricted to their Wc itimate business. Other advertisements will charged at regular rate. ffJNo ehsrs-efor faserting -deaths, but fifty eeuts per sqnar will be charged for obituary Mttice to be paid in ad ranee. jyThe charge for marriage lioticei 11 left to the bridegroom, and will be scknoledgcd In the paper. - &3" Where editorial notice ot advertisements ta requeued, u win it given ana cuatea iur. ' " FROM WA8HiNaT0N." Tie Inaugural Address of Buchanan -The Cabinot, &o. TiUgrrphed for the Western Press. Wabbisotos, March 4. Mr. Buchanan's manner in delivering the inaugural address was remarkably impres eive and determined. He began, by nn ap peal to the Almighty Tor strength nnd wis dom to enable him. to carry out the admin istration of the affairs ol the country to the advantage of...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 March 1857

,Qii,t1lIMi.,lPWlUMtl fJk JMAA?M 111 F7fesflrtMw?9 G L AS G O W W E E K L Y T I M E S , Ot ttttj description promptly .". . notice-, on reasonable TnE GLASGOW" TIMES. j . j j . . ., j . rt- jju..jj.jj BBLUHED EVLRT TODKPIT MURH1KO BY . CLARK H.: oiEEN, AT ,t)NE DOLLAR ; PER ANNUM IMFARIAIJLT lit ADVANCE, Subscnptioipromplly discontinued at the expiration ox we time pud ror.jm IiMrUiI at the tisaai rates. A liberal discount to ....., , y.arly" Advertisers, 5.. i." ' init irnnll executed at tho terms. " V. B. Palms is our oiirtborized Agent in New " iwk, Boston, sna l'liuaaeipnia, ' C. Boardwaw, Ltnneus. Q. H. BtfHCKKAiir, Huntsrille. Watland ft Co., Roanoke Tarn O. Smaup, Bloomingto.r J. II. Pinkt, Penny"! P. O. Powell k Co., Cambridge. ' W. A. Wltsow, Marshall. O. H. Hubble. Trenton. (y fjitmasters generally are reqtiaeted to act M arents. Ail agents are requested to remit by mail wheuever they have convenient amounts. JGUSG0ISS0mU V Thursday Morning, March 12, 1857. Look for the X ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 March 1857

GLASG OW WEEK L Y 7 T I M E S THE BATTLE FIELD. Thert i an unseen butUo-fkiJ, Id every human breast, Where two oprWnig forces meet, Bui where (hey ieliloin rest. That field i veiled from mortal light, 'T:i only seen by Oss, Who only know, where victory lie, When each day's fight i done. One army clusteri strong and fierce, . Their chief of demon-form: Hie brow it like the thunder-cloud, Hia voice the bursting storm. His captains, Pride and Lust and Hate, Whose troops watch night and day, Swift to detect the weakest point, And thirsting for the fray. Cmtending with his mighty force , Is but a little bandj Vet there, with an unquailing front, Those warriors firmly stand! 7Uir leader is a God-like form, Qi' oountenance serene; And glowing on his naked breast A simple cross is seen. His captains, Fulth and Hope and L ve, Point to that wondrous siii: And, goiing on it, all receive Strength trom a source divine. They feel it speaks a glorfous truth, A truth as great as sure, That to be vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 March 1857

. t f,T'5'(! ' v' CLAfeKH.-GREEN, EDITOR , AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOI,. '18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1857. NO. 3. t fegofo Chncs, (y Single copies of Thb Times, put up in wrappers, can always be bad at Ibe office at five tots a copy. (PiTYearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. .. (PNo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty ents per square will be charged for obituary notice to he paid in advance. (J3"The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. ' ' ' ggVThera editorial notice of advertisements I requested, it will be given and charged for. St. Louis Advertisements. Tho attention of persons about visiting St. Louis, or who design making orders, is called to the advertisements of St. Louis houses, in this paper. They have got good stocks, and have taken the trouble, and in curred the expense to advise ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 March 1857

GLASGOW WEEKL Y T 1 M E S raox wASHnsQToa. Waibito, March 9. cat Mr. WmIi presented a resolu tion from the Legislature of Ohio, in favor of the recognition of the independence of Liberia. . Mr. Seward offered a list of the standing committees, and moved its adoption. He (aid that a majority of the Senators had, af ter consultation, decided en the number of persona h?y would claim on the commit tecs, and the order in which they should be placed. This majority included the entire number of the members of the Senate, ex cept thore who belong to the ' Republican I'urty, of which be was a member. They had agreed upon a list for nomination, leav ing the minority to fill the vacancies, and the' Republicans had done so, although the proportion of the Republicans on the com mittees is unusual and unpleasant, still they have been compelled by the necessity of the case to acquiesce. . Adopted. . ;Mr, Trumbull moved that all papers in the Indiana contested election cases be re ferred to the com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 March 1857

X': j.U GLASGOW WEE K L Y T I ME S THE GLASGOW TIMES. VLISniD BEV ItOttSDAY MORK1NO BY CLARK H. GEEN, 1 AT ONE DOLLAR .PER ANNUM I XT A HI ABLY IN APTAKCE , IfST Subscriptions promptly discontlnned atllie 'aspiration of tha lira paid f or.J) ; Atrk a'ttikhsKTI '' Usorts at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. ' JOB WURK. Of every description promptly executed at sho Douce, on reasuuuuiB wimi -T. B. PALNKais onr ourthorized Agent in New York, Boston, and rinlaueipnta. C Boadmai, Linneus. A O. H. BuacKH art, Huntsrille. Wayland ft Co., Roanoke. Tuna. G. Shaip, Bloomingto.r J. H. Pkkny, Penny'! P. O. ' "' Powxli. ft Co., Cambridge. - W. A. Wilsoi, Marshall. 17. H. Hurdle. Trenton. '. Postmasters generally are requasted to act as scents. . ' ' Hgjf All agents are requested to remit by mail Whenever uiey nave conveuieni muivuins. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, March 19, 1857. Look for the X- A croaa (thus X) immediately before the name, signiGes that the time p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 March 1857

.1? is Vf .j L A S G b .V "WE' K'K'L t' . T I M E '6. SO TOV OWE THE PEIHTER1 S)T .KOBE UAIRBOW. Con sinful debtor, in whose breast 'Soma conscience may revolve,' -Com wilh your coward fear oppressed, And mak this, wbe resolve: I'll teek the printer, though my debts Have like a mountain rose, I know bit wants, I'll pay bini off, , - Whatever may oppose. Perhaps lit may take ny excuse" Perhaps believe I lie . But if I perish I will pay, And then hit thoughts defy. Straight way I'll to hit lanctum go, And tee him face to face; I'll boldly "fork the tin" that's due, . And thank him Tor his grace. Although ashamed thus late to go, I am resolved to try, . , Fof if I stay away I know In infamy I'll die. I know his patient nature well,1 Delinquents he'll forgive; ' He'll kindly pardon debtors' sins, :.. And bid such suppliants live. ; Never trust a secret to a marrid man who loves his wife, for he will tell her, she will tell her aunt Hannah and aunt Hannah will im part it as a profound se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 March 1857

- , ; f t - ,., f . f , f . time CLARK JI. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 0 to mkmefm VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2G, 1857. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. " S. NO. 4. "SncopiiBrTHB Tifcaiputiip in wrappen, cut always be had at the office at five entaaeopy. (tyYearly advertisera are restricted to their legitimate busineas. Other advertisementa will be charged at regular rates. (ra-No charge for insertingc deaths, but fifty enta per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. (Pgr The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. (BWhere editorial notice of advertisementa ta requested, it will be given and charged for try, whether native bom or naturalized? Ia it not the law of more than half the Slates of this Union? Is it not founded on the sound er principles of self-preservation in a re public? Would it not be government of olhera and not of themselves, if any commu nity were ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 March 1857

G'L AS GOW WEE KX Y T I M E S The Inangnral- Squatter Sovereignty. "Louisville Journal" in reviewing President Buchanan's Inaugural Address, Itiui speaks of Squatter. Sovereignty, and the President's views thereon: "The popular sovereignty of the Ncbres-ka-Knnsas act constitutes ihe whole plat form of the present Democratic party. Vpon t!is doctrine alone the issue was made in the Presidential election, and the praises of the "hnppy conception" . were , rung throughout the whole land by the Buchanan vrgans and the Buchanan stump orator. ' II was represented as a great and glorious principlo, and, in both his tetter of accept ance and in this inaugural address Mr. Buc hanan snys that it is "a rriiiclpie as ancient a free government itself," and yet in the same document and almost in the same breath he admits that the constitutionality of thi "principle" is very seriously question ed, and that it is his own individual opinion that it don't exist at all. Thi popular sovereignty either ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 March 1857

G LA S GO W WEEKLY; TIME S THE GLASGOW TIMES. UBLISHED EVEKT THURSDAY MORHIHO 8T CIAEK H. OEEEH, . AT ONE DOLLAR .PER ANNUM IITTARIABLY IW ADVANCE, Sak Subscriptions promptly discontinued at tilt ' expiration oil the time paid for.JJ ADT.KRTlTllIElIt I Iaitrted at the nsual ratei. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. . JOB WORK, ' Of every description promptly executed 1 ihort notice, on reasonable term. V. B. Pai.mii is our onrthorized Agent in New f York, Boston, and Philadelphia. .. C Boahdman, Linneus. O. H. Bdbckhart, Huntsville. Watland fc Co., Roanoke. ' Taoi. O. Shaif, Bloomingto.r J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. . f Powcll 4; Co., Cambridge. ' W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hubble. Trenton. Postmasters generally art requasted to act a agents. 3" A.I1 agents are requested to remit by mail srnenever tney nave cuiivemem ainumi. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning:, March 26, 1857. Look for the X- ' A cross (thai X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 March 1857

G LAS G O W WEE K L Y TIMES . , . . . BE WI3B TO DAY. .. . . How pleasantly wisdom speaks in the following beeutiful poem, bi grave brow wreathed with flower! ' ' '.' O happy they ' . .. .. Who, wine to-dny. Cut off the bud of lorrow! Much woe he spares, . ( j . Sharp sighs and prayers, . . . . Who it wiie before to-morrow. O foolish mind Of AWs kindl , Pride walki with vaunting paces; Where the wrong it done, . Lett Error's son Ilis limping march retraces. What'iVm shall bind The bleeding mind, When bitter memory grieres it? We bear a scar . From folly's war, Where only God perceives it. ' Could mortal clay Shake sin away Like dress, then all were holy; But we breathe here ' ; The atmosphere '' And element of folly. . O spirits kind, On mortals blind Look with an eye of sorrowl Unless ye guide, My prancing pride Will be wise in vain to-morrow. J Advertising. The St. Louis Republican, in concluding a congratulatory notice of its prosperity and Success, says of advertising: - "The tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 April 1857

: 5 V CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 5 ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN ADVAKCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1857. NO. 5. Sincla conies of The Times, nut no in Wrappers, cn always be hud at the oiiice at five nta a copy. '' Ipy Yearly advertisers are restricted to their Wgmmate business. Other advertisements will . charged at regular rates. (S?No charge for inserting deaths, but fifty ents per square will bo charged for obituary otices to he paid in advance. - (JThe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom( and will be acknoledged in the paper. . , . . . UWhere editorial notice of advertisements Is requested, it will be given and charged for. Central Uisiouri Insurance Company, i , An Act to incorporate the Central Mis souri Insurance Company at Glasgow. St it enacted by tU General Assembly of (m Stale oj Missmin, at tuttows: . Sec. 1. An Insurance Company is here, by established, with capital of fifty thou sand dollars, which mny be ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 April 1857

RB5" GLASGOW WEEKLY T I M E S Iho National Democratic Organ turned Emancipation!. It Counsel! the Brethren Powerful Sermon la favor of Emancipation. The) Anti-Benloriitee having nominated Ntw Coloicizatiox Scmatit. The Bal timore Patriot of the 2nd inst.. says: "A scheme hat been under consideration for some time past, looking to the colonization of Virginia by emigrants from the Northern Mr. Pal, the Abolitionist, for Alderman States. A great Northern Emigrant Aid t lit Thit-d Warlr iVta A t.ti.Piilnn nrnin ' fwiMv ham hfin tirnipaif ml. avith m ranitn.1 fuels constrained to preach a sermon in fa vor of Emancipation on gcnernl principles, for the. purpose of roping in any straggling Society has been projected, with a capita1 from three to four millions of dollars, to be expended in the purchase of lands in East ern Virginia; the desigu of the Association Emancipationist, who, perchance, may be : being to partition these lands among actual Lesitating between two opinions. Nothing co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 April 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE GEASGOW TIMES. ICILUBED IVItT TBD1I01T SfORSIHO IT - CLARE H. GREEN , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM litVARIADLY IX ADTAXCE, Subscriptions promptly discontinued at (be . expiration of tbo time paid toT.JgJj A 0 B tTbE HERTS lasarUd t the usual rstes. A liberal discount to . Ysarly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed at ibort notice, on reasonable terms. . T. B. Palmer is our ourthorizerl Agent in New s lorn, Boston, and miladelplua. Q. Boardman, Linneus. O. H. BrRCKHAitT, Huntsvills. Wayi.and & Co., Roanoke. Tnot O. Sharp, Bloomingto.r 1 J. H. Pennv, Penny's P. O. PowiLt Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wimok, Marshall. . O. R. HoBii.1t. Trenton. (py Postmasters generally are requested to act 11 aeents. All agents are requested to remit by mail Baiierer tney nave conveaient amounts. rxLASGOW mssouRi. Thursday Morning April 2, 1857. Look for the X. ' A oross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the tiroo paid for has expired. St. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 April 1857

BraSSSSMHSfflBSHSRWI GLASGOW 'W'E'e'K'L Y' 1' IHES 4 . I LOSS TO BE THESE, ! it ur. I. I, Dttltk I W read of a world of beeuty, . Where then it no gloomy night; Where lore is the muinspring ol duty, And God the fountain of light, And I long to be there! 1 have read of it flowing river, That bunt from beneath the throne And the Wautiful trees that ever Are found on iti banks alone. And I long to be there! I have read of the myriad choir, Of the angels harping there, Of the holy love thut burnt like Are, And the thinning robet they were; And I lor.g to be there! 1 have read of the sanctified throng , That patted from the earth to heaven, And now unite in the loudest tong ' Of praise for their tint forgiven; And I long to be there! I have read of their freedom from tin, And suffering and torrow too, And the holy joy they feel within At their risen Lord they view; And I long to be there! I long to rite to that world of light, And to breathe itt balmy air; 1 long to walk with the Lamb in...

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