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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 April 1857

tAws .. ' J SXll , I Jwtrvj """ .:; awl t i-". ' -ImM f-'M VT ' - ' ; - ' 7,' ' Ay M V. i IK tefoftV W." GREEN. EDITOR. AND PROPRIETOR .1 I it. T . it. v - - - ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ; 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1857. NO. G." ft t 6fespfo .Cimes. ft .1 ("Singls copies of The Times r rappers, can elv " eents a copy, put ud in ways be had at the office at five (jy Yearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate business. .Other advertisements will .ee charged at regular rates. gNo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty eents per square Will be charged for obituary notice to he paid in advance. ' - tyriie charge for marriage notices is left to ' the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the PPCT-- Where editorial notice of advertisements is requested, it will be given and charged for. 5 From the New York Herald. , Bovival of the Slavery Agitation ' 8igna of the Times. The malignant agitation of the lata pro slaver j, but constitutional...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 April 1857

r6 Ii A S G O W WE E K LY, T I M E S Latter from Son. 11 Thayer. llii wtKtmtfar Ms Fm Whik Ri-Coloniza Hon of Old Virgiuia' clearly Defined- Speculation and Regeneration Combined, . ' '. : ? From lb New York Herald." ; WoacasTt. Mass.; March 12, 180?. .. Ma. Bihkitt Dear Sir: I thank you for your lucid and able analysis of the plan ltd purpossa f the North American Home stead Company, as given in the Herald of February 28 and oi March 10. - You hava shown a (rue conception of tin tprojeot, and it seems to ma an accurate ap precision of it powers and it prubabla re sults. ' I atur you that it i our purpose to be elnctly business organization. . We ahall adhere with wonderful tenacity to the Constitution of the Union. , We shall purchase large tracts of land at lave Slate price; ihall give away to actual aetlleri about one-fourth: ihall sell about one-fourth at eost, and the remainder at frjee State' prices thus probably doubling esir money on each operation. There is no chance for su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 April 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY, TIMES 5S3 tOTE; GLASGOW TIMES, tVILIlaid IVtRT THOBSOAT SfOBMSO T ' CIAEl'n. GEEEN, "'A.t 'ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IftTAIUABLT " ADTAWCgt 7" Subscriptions promptly discontinued at lbs ., , plrlloa i th tim pid tor.J , Insert! el Um mail rates... A liberal diseoilnt to r rnytiJ . Jearlj Advertisers. , . . ,. , -I joawonK, ' Of ever aasexlptioo promptly exeeutod t short ;,-,;. ;, nottce, on reasonable terms. TS&rfil , T. B. Pauikr is our ourtborizcd Agent InNsw f York, Boston, Snd Philadelphia. . . C. Boardman, Llnneus. ' O. H. BoacKHART, Huntsville. .Wavland 4. Co., Roanoke. Tnos. O. Sharp, Blooroingto.r , , , ,J.,H. Pbkwv, Pcnny'a P. O. : , ' Powell U Co., Cambridge. : W. A. Wilsok, Marshall. 0. H. Hubblk, Trenton. ' ' Postmasters generally are rsquaited to act at asrents. ' ' IjyAll agents art requested te remit by mail whenever they have convenient amount!. - ;GLASGOWISSOURI. ; .V'ihMiday Horninff, April 0, 1857. Look for the X- 1 . yA cross (thus X) Immediately b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 April 1857

' FIEA8A9I WXATH&&.1 y Tnsrilt 3od for pleasant weather! ' . Chant it, marry rilli! ' ' . , .' . ; - And elap Tour hand together, - Yt ftinghillsl j Thank Him, teeming talley! '. Thank Him, fruitful plaiiil Fur tht golden sunshine, I .And tha silver rain. '. Thank God, of good tha Civarl Shout it, sportive breeiel Respond, oh tuneful river! To the nodding treesl : Thank him bud and birdiingt As ye grow and sing! ' Mingle in thanksgiving Every living thing! . .Thank God, with cheerful spirit, In a glow of love, ' ' For what we here inherit, . And our hopes above! Universal nature Revels in her birth, When God, in pleasant weather, Smiles upon the earth. Gome Astray. Cold words to fall on a loving heart he has gone astray. And is this the time to des ert? This the time to taunt him with words, that roll like lava from your passions, and sear his soul I No ! be his light now, perhaps he has no other. Many a true heart that could have come back lik the dove to the ark. after its...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 April 1857

:? at? G 1 .. tv 8 . Cd w 1 fie- 0 T1 M .1 V ...i"'tL. '''f i1'-' " .vji-"t - -I 91 ax 5 it CLARK; GREEN, . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. mim mf miML- mmmmi urn mt oiraiiM ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. GLASGOW, MO. , THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1857. NO. 7. .t9"3ingla copies of The Tines, put up in wrappers, cut elwsy be had at the office at five eentaa copy.. , s ...i . i(pyYrly advertiser are restricted to their legitimate business. Other advertisement will ke charged at regular rates, r 4SN charge for Inserting deaths, but fifty eents per square will be charged for obituary eotices to he paid in advance. 3TTb.e charge for marriage notices it left to bridegroom and will be acknowledged in the aaper. ; ,L ; g2JWhere editorial notice of advertisements li requested, it will be given and charged for. www Hi a ti TOBACCO. Planting, Growth, Handling, and Prepara- ,n; it 'Jion of Tobacco. . i Not long ago, the Bavarian consul al Phil edelphia addressed the editors of the Loui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 April 1857

G LASG O W W EE KLY.T IM E S r i- - " ; ?? 1 The Huadred If Oe Hone Eaee. taitlTI dctail ma aaapmooD or The Albauy (N. ' Y.StatwnWgive the follow ing detailed account of lh hun dred mile lorae, raoex 'A "V,- v-' The match was made several week ince between Andrew Dullon and Samuel Taylor, for $2,500. Mr; Dalton to ut hit two horse,, and Mr. Taylor to have the privilege of selecting r.y horse h should see fit. Mr. T. exercised the privileges thus conceeded to hitu, and seleotad a hone owned by the Hon. Andrew Slieehan, one f the representatives from New York in the present assembly, and in dua time both ' horses were put in training for the oontesL Mr. Dalton' horse is between nine and ten years of age, and is valued on account of his speed, having shown 2:42 onth track. He is from good stock, and is in ev ery respect a fine animal. The Taylor horse is seven years of age, and comes Irom blood etoolc being sired by Eclipse from a Messenger mare. ; He was bred in West Chester county, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 April 1857

TEE GLASGOW, TIMES. esusHto iviht thd6A fcoawlio t CLAB.K H. OEEEN; 1 , AT ONE DOLLAR PEH, ANNUM , INTARIABLY ll ADTAWCE, y,sUcriptioiS promptly discontinued t the ki ,,. pirllOrJ 01 IBS umm pwu wji u, f. lnsrti snUhe usual rates. . A liberal discount to A rjw.a fc Yearly Advertisers., i,-, (. j ,j Of'tVery description promptly executed it abort 4 r.t.- fMtice,on rensonaDie terms. 4. 13TiraTr" Vvj.ff. lXi.siKaia our ourthorizedi Agent in IjfeW f YorkT)oston,and Philadelphia., C. Boardman, Linneus. G. H. Bdsckhart. Huntsville. Watland tfc Co., Roanoke. - . . p Tno. O. Sha, Bloonsingto.r . , v, , v i, J. H. Pswtv, Penny'e P. O. ; . . f. ; , .PoWBti Jt Co., Oainbridge. .,,,. , ;; ,. i . , W. A Wilsok, Marshall, ,. n ry 11 . - Tn Inn jjf" Postmasters generally ers rsqusstad to act as agents. , ... ,. fjjrAllagsnts are requested to remit by mail whenever iney nay coiivoumn :;;GLA5GOWrMissouRi.';.: Thartday Morning, 'April 16, 1857. VXook for the X. ',;iV . A cross X) iuimediatety before ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 April 1857

-v- A GLASGOW lW E E K L Y : T I M.ES V XI Spring am Com Afti. ; ,., . T ikmn a. Birtaisi. ' Tha cilh i growing green again- The birds begin to ting; . The prairi flovreri are budding now, , , 1 And bet are on the wing. The hoar-frort chill the earth ne more, But dew-drop gem th plain, ; And axara painted skie proolaim-- ,' ; . The Spring hat come again. . ,,' 1,.. . u V'- ' ' ''- ' ' ' 1 '' V" ' IVe knew, when winter' (hirering blaata ' Were weeping e'ef cur path ' When whirlwind hook the foreit tree, Like demon in their wrath ' We knew, when nor'wind chilling breath Congealed the Tailing rain, . : And all wa dark and deioUte ' That Spring would oome again. For He who ride upon the dorm, , V And tay the whirlwind' force , Who hold the ocean in hi hand, And guide the planet' courie, , Foretold the eed-time of the year, It (umhine and it rain,- -.' While Faith (till whimpered to the oul, The Spring would come again. " There are two angel ever nigh, To cheer our darkest hour, -To plan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 April 1857

mil i -mil t .at.l r '1 .' I , t- 1 J .1 J III f ' 7 J 111) Ol'lfilTO ( ' ' f ' ' CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, i INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. YOL 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1857. NO. 8. S4' ft ft-Af-Kinple eonien of Tm Times, nut nn In wrppr, can always be had at tha office at five ems a copy. Yearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate business. Other advertisements will a charged at regular rates. ' tSFNo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty euU per square will be charged for obituary aotices to he paid in advance. Ky The charge for marriage notices is left to (be bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the MP8'- Where editorial notice of advertisements h requested it will be given on J charged for. - For "The Times." OH! COULD I FIND BOKE STTNH Y ISLE. aiir-ICTrOLLY DEDICATED TO MISSC. M . .,OFKV Ohl eould I Cad some sunny isle, Where thou and I alone might dwell, Where Spring's pure green might ever smile, And wreath its b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 April 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY T I M E S 8ixtn flwfioa of the American BtaU Council of Missouri. , W-dmcsday, April IB, 1857. Council met at A o'clock, President J no. A. Bbowmlm hi the chair, v A oommiltea on Credential of members appointed, and the Council adjourned to meet to-morrow at 10 o'clock. TavaDAT, April 16. ; Counoil met pursuant to adjournment. The Committee on Credential! reported that all the member present wore entitled to teat in the Council. The election of officer for the emuing year wai announced a the first order of basinet. Balloting being had, th following gentlemen were duly elected: ' Prtsident, Col. Wm. F. Swimts, Vice-President, Sot.. Smith. Secretary, Jacob Covtar. Marshal, Da. C. W.Spacdiko. On motion, the office of Treasurer wa combined with that of Secretary. On motion, Resolved, That tlie President be authorised to appoint an Assistant Seo- retnry near hi own residence. Tbe Presidnt elect not being in attend ance, the other officer were duly installed, and the Vice P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 April 1857

lj,Jb A IXfU W , W Hi lv ij I .11 il O THE GLASGOW TIMES. D ESSLEAILE0AI fx-VWVW vmrf-m - . . . SOBLISBED EVERY TBBRSDAT MOBIUSO Bt CLARK. H. GREEN, ONE DOLLAR TER ANNUM EMtern Division On the 15th of this month, in the Rock Cut, ssst of Mill creek, in Lawrence coun ty, Indiana, the last ipike wai driven in thii road. The ceremoniea were of an ira- t& Subseriptionspromptly discontinued at the posing character, and participated in by dis INVARIABLY lit ADVA1SCE, expiration ot the time paidfor.P) 1TIVKBTI1IMXNII JuMrUd at the usual rates. A liberal discount to . , Yearly Advertisers. . " JOB WORK, i Of svery description promptly executed at short T. B. pALMEaisour ourthorized Agent In New xoric, Boston, ana rnuaaeipuia, C. Boardman, Llnneus. O. H. Burcehart, Huntsville. , Wayland Jb Co., Roanoke. Tho. O. Sharp, Bloomingto.r , J. H. Penny, Penny'! P. O. ' Powell fc Co., Cambridge. ' W. A. Wilson, Marshall. a. H. Hubble. Trenton. (Bl Postmasters generally are requastedtoact ..rents....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 April 1857

' , . BETTEtt GO BLOW, In all tilt variaj scenes of lift ' Ite noise, oenfuMoti, turmoil, ttrife Thai little words, if borne in mind, Would suit right well all human kind " ;Goilow!" The fast young men who cult a dash Upon hit "Gov'norV hard-earned cash," Will tbiuk when all hi money's fled, Thii motto ahould have filled his head ' .: Go slow!" The flirt with lovers at hor feet, ' ' Her cheeks so fair, her heart deceit, When years shall steal her charms away, Will weep she did not in youth's May Go slow!" , The man of money he who spend, His thousands on his horses friends May sit him down in after years, To con litis lesson through his tears - . , "Goslowl" The hatband who, to see more of life, ' Deserts his children home and wife, When sunk beneath the hand of fate, Will mourn he did not ere too late "Go slowl" The wife who always shopping goes, Leaving her children out at toes, Should Keep this matter in her heart, And learn to act a mother's part . "Go slow!" , The banker counti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 April 1857

. Pitt i eil'le-Vu'.', -.tita fHl.f ,V ! , fciri V 7it;i.l I flT t i rf TOM .."! - 7 cl. n' : ov. : f.l M.I'tl 1 -A-d j,..,, . ' k'L Ay title plCLAIiK H. GREEN, i, ) : . .;; -t , 4 'KDJTOlt AND PROPRIETOR.'' j OxE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. YO , it- ' ' M , . t, ; 'nf Jiit .-- . i GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1857. NO. 9. i : Ce':iIaspto,:.Cimcs. fy Single conies of Tn Timkb, put up in wrappers, can always be had at the office at five cents a copy. i : "(fy Yearly advertisers are restricted to their 4 legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged regular rates. ' 5"No charge (or inserting deaths, but fifty tnts per square will be charged for obituary oticea to he paid in advance, . . , (JygrThe-charg for marriage notices is left to the iiridagroom, and will be acknoledged in the paperi .Li U. . . (J Where editor! al notice of advertisements ' k requested, it will be given and charged, for. Mayor Wirher'a Inaugural. He Dedal-el for "Free Labor" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 April 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES From th National Intelligencer. Tht Gadsden PurchaseSilver Mining. Ydm, (Cttlilornia,) Feb. 20, 1857. Gentltmen: I enclose herewith extracts from a letter jut received by me from the manager of the Si.nora Mining and Explor ing Company, with some additional infor mation regarding other mines. A residence here of eighteen month hat convinced me that the attention Just now drawn to this aection of our country ii but a prelude to a history unparalleled, except by that of Cali fori'ia, in the annali of mineral wealth. Imputation it increasing gradually, and em igration hat received an impetus from the proposed separate organization of the Terri tory, ' A convention, in which will be rep resented every section of the Purchase, will certainly assemble to petition again for a separate Territorial government, in the event of the present Congress refusing to grant the request. The application is not hatched by scheming politicians, and isouly a demand for that protection...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 April 1857

9 Trr- ' GLASGOW W E ERLY T I M ITS THE GLASGOW TIMES. OaLISHtD VET THURSDAY MORN1SO at CLARK H. GREEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY Iff ADVANCE, SZST Subscriptions promptly discontinued at tbe expiration of tbe time paid for.j Insartsd it tbe uiuol rates. A liberal diicount to f . . Yearly Advertiser!. ' '' JOB WORK) Of try description promptly executed at short . nonce, ph icov""i """" T. B. Palm sail our onrthorixed Agent In New f) York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Bjahdmam, Linneui. O, II. BoaciHART, Huntsville. Wavlano fc Co., Roanoke. Tiiot G. Sharp, Bloomingto.r J.' H. Pasmv, Penny's P. O. Powell Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. il TT. Htrnnt.it. Trenton. (y Postmasters generally are requasted to act s a?nts. (iy VI agonta ire requested to remit by mail ernenever mey nave conveuicm .u.vi...... : GLASGOW MISSOURI. '.Thursday Morning, April 30, 1857. Look for the X. t A croaa (thus X) immediately before the sme, aignifiea that the lime paid for baa ex fired. . St....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 April 1857

""-J TT',C -vtyl G L'A S G O W"-W"E E K L Y .TIMES :muiii,p "nig r . .inEv katydid, .., -, .. . T Mi! TTTT T ': .91 n .tB V,W HO.!., , flJ vj ' ' I I love to hear tl.lhe earnest ruico, TVhfc-tffir ChArMl hid, - '. " "iV 'Thou tcty little dogmatist, -'TlioU pretty Katydidl - ' ' ' Tho", initklesl me of gentle fol k "' ifot Renlk-fulke ere they- ' :"l TlioU nV,t art Undisputed thing ' 1 ditch a solemn way.-'" ' 1 J 1 " ft . a, . , ; i iTliou rf i fernnle Kntydid, ' ' ' '' ,! v I know it by the trill , V That quiver through thy piercing note, So putulant and shrill. . I think' there w a knot of you " Benelh the hollow tree fc A knot of spinster Kaiydid , Do Katydid drink tea? . Oh, tell me where did Kaly live, 'Arid wlitit did Kaly do? ' , And1 wu he very lair and young, And yet so wicked too? Did Katy love a naughty man, Or kits mure cheeks than one? Ji ' . j r warrant Katy did no more, '" ' Thuiv many a Kale has done. . , ; - Dear Did I'll tell you all about Aly funs with little Jane...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 May 1857

t CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PBOPHIETOIl. r. mm w fmim mrmnmi mmm immmm VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1857. ' mSinglo copies of Thi Times, put up in wrappers, can always be bad at the office at five vents a copy. (fy Yearly advertisers are restricted to their rcgmnme ousiness. uiner advertisements will be charged at regular rates. No charge for inserting deaths, but fifty wcius ier square win om cnargca ior ODIUiary notices to he paid in advance. J"The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. i (tTWhere editorial notice of advertisements requested, it will be given and charged for. Stewart1! Democracy. The Catholic, Anti-Benton Leader, soys: "Will the Benton party, those (we mean) who are realty democrats, but who have been separated from their brethren on ac count of friendship for one mar., who have bitterly opposed, from the slnrt, the princi ples of the know-nothing order, will they be caught voting for (he w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 May 1857

Ji-iaijjune GLASGOW WEEKLY T I ME'S . JTJVe publish the card of Major Rol lins in which he announces himself a can didate for the office of Governor. Of hit great abilities or hi eminent fitncM for the station, it is almost superfluous to say a word. His intellect and characier, high as lliey are conceded to be, give every assu rance that he would nil the office to which he aspires, as it has never yet been filled. In the year 1848, he made a most brilliant canvass for the snme office, and though vanquished by the heavy odds against which he had le contend, he has lived to see the doctrine of which he was the eloquent champion, holly and recklessly urged by the party that was instrumental in his defeat. This fact is alone sufficient for the fame of anv man. As a matter of simple justice to a citizen of our Slate, we beg eur people to give no heed to the story ot his disloyalty to tlie South. It is an old, absurd story, born in mean ness and malice, and nurtured by the same foul spir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 May 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. OBLIIHED IVERT TBVRSDAY MORRIRO BY CLARE H. GEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY lit ADVANCE, J3" Subscriptions promptly discontinued t the expiration of the time paid for.J) ADT.KBXISEKENIS tassrUd at the usual rates. A liberal ditcount to Yearly Advertiser. JOB WORK, ! terms. Of every deseription promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable AUEST8. V. B. Palmes is our ourthorized Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. BoARDMAit, Linneus. O. U. BoacKHAar, Huntsville. Waylasd K Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Sharp, Bloomingto.r J. H. Pekmy, Penny'! P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wii-soic, Marshall. O. H. Hobble, Trenton. ("Postmasters generally are rsqusstedtoact a agents. (jy All agents are requested to remit by mail Whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thuraday Morning, May 7, 1857. look for the X ' A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time pnid for has ex pi red. TOR GOVERN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 May 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIM E S THE LOVELY WOMAN'S XIS3. BY Aft IKTHUSIAITIO YOOKO MA!. Tv banqueted en luxuries Produced in every clime, I've feasted on rich turtle roup, And nipped on oyteri prime; ATid nothing to delicious is, Within world like this, An tort caresses, eanned by A lovely woman' kiss. I've gloated o'er the festive hoard, ' And drank rich draughts si' wine I've listened at the opera To melody divine; But oh! I never, never met Ouch sweet excess of bliss, A thrills the soul, when lips receive A lovely woman's kiss. In pliiterinjf halls, of splendor rare, I'te paed the midnight hours In gardens beantiliil and fir I've wondered 'mid the flowers; But there's a dearer joy than there A jiiy I would not miss A heavenly rapture, which is found In lovely woman's kiss. In my last hnur, when death draws near, In darkness and in gloom. May woman's smile my pathway cheer, And light me to the tomb; And when my soul shall take its flight To other worlds thi.n this, May it be waited to the ...

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