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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 June 1857

VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1857. NO. 1G. 1 1 I H It t A. Hi : 1t5"SingI conies of Thk Times, put up in wrappers, can always be had at the office at five cents a copy. Yearly advertisers are restricted totheir legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. . (JTNo charge (or inserting deaths, but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. jyrhe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. Where editorial notice of advertisements is requested, it willbe given and charged for. address" Of the American Council to the- People of the United States. ' ' The National American Council, which nnvened at Louisville on the 2(1 inst., a- demted the following address: Called by the passing away of another year to meet the members of the American party in National Council, the occasion ae mauds a reaffirmation of our opinions. We are ready to-day as aforetime ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 June 1857

r 1 G LASGOW W E E K L Y T I M E S ft Ashland District, Kentucky. Roger W. Hanion is the American can didate Tor Congrcoi in the Ashland Dis trict. James B. Clay, is the Locofnco, can didtile. They recently .met in debate at Paris, and the Lexington Obtervtr gives the following account of 11 r. Hanson's effort: He vindicated the principles of the Amer ican party in a most masterly and triumph ant manner, and utterly conlotmded his an tagonist when he reviewed his past political history and contrasted it with his present position. It is said that Mr. Clay was driv en to the wall and nailed to it, by the fast falling strokes of our gallant leader, and that the letters of "Ilium'' fell like thunderbolts nt the feet of his Locufoco friends. In these letters (one of which was written in 1845 and the other in 1855), James 15. Clay char acterized the Irish as priest-ridden Catho lics, the Dutch as Infidels, and advocated the utter abolition of the naturalization laws. In 1S55, two summers ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 June 1857

GLASGO W W E E K L Y T I M E S UBLISBSD CVCRT THORHDAT M0BMH0 BT CLARE H. GEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, SibscripUonspromp discontinued at the expiration of the time paid f or.J) ADV.EETIBEMENT8 Inserted at the usual rates. A liberaldiscount to Yearly Advertisers. J Oil WOIttt, Of every description promptly executed at short notice) on reasonable terms. T. B. Pauperis our onrthorized Agent in (few York, Boston, nnd Philadelphia. C. Boardman, Linncus. O. H. Borckiiart, Huntsville. Wayland &. Co., Roanoke. . Thoi G. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powkli. & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hiiiihlk. Trenton. (jpPostmastcrsgonerally are requested to act as airents. If-All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever mey nave convene... nu.ui.ms. GLISGOWJIISSOURI. Thunday Morning, June 18, 1857. Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has expired. FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES S. ROL...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 June 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES ABSENT DEAREST ABSENT. . I sm absent from thee, Jearest, How lonely do I reel; flutv fondly in each dream of thee Thy miles around roe steal; And in those dreumi I've even heard A ipii it-tone like thine, Whispering softly to my heart borne angel song divine. And ah! how sweet that song to me Like harps iF.olinn strung; They loueh'd each tender chord, that (old How sweetly it was sung, And still I dream; ny, widly dream, As calmly thou dust sleep, And o'er thy form my spirit dwells, A vigil there to keep. When evening shadows mingle in The night's dark, sombre hue, I fondly turn to thee away To thee, so kind and true. Oh! dearest, how I long to kiss That brow of thine once more, And clasp thee fondly to my heart And bless the o'er and o er. Then, while I'am absent, dearest one, How could I e'er forget Those smiles and songs I've ohoriohed well, That linger round mo yet. Oh! let me be remembered then In each fund thought of thine, For angels whisper oft to me How...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 June 1857

1:1 1 X M 1V WJMMHBWIWHW III f ' I MBUillilll'l'SMll'MS ai1 jet H CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1857. NO. 17. j 8e CSlasgotu (Sims. IJ'Singlo copies of The Times, put up in Wrappers, can always be hud at the olice at five cents a copy. (ffYearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate bus-iness. lither advertisements will be charged at regular rates. (ESTNo charge Cnr inserting death.., but fifty cents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. (t-JrThe charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. Where editorial notice of advertisements is requested, it will be givei. and charged for. From the St. Louis Watchman. Beminiscences of Missouri 1819. T AW OLD PfOXEER, (IV, 1. M. PECK.) scouting expeditions, or to raise corn for tho community, ns danger or necessity re quired. By 1 lie common consent of...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 June 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY' TIM E S Rollini and BteWftrt at St. Charles. Mnj. Rollins met Col. Stewart at Jaolc lon, on the Glh, having spoVe at Fayette on ilia 1st. Stewart took tick, forthwith, and came back to St. Louis. Rollins filled one or two appointment in the South-cast, returned to St. Louis, and again met his opponent at St. Charles, last week. A correspondent of the "Intelligencer" gives an account of the speaking, which seems not to have given satisfaction to the Anties some of them even declaring that Stewart "ought to go home and stny there, if he wants to be elected." "Stewart opened the discussion in a scattering speech," and did not improve as he went along, judging from the report. We give the report of Major Rollins' re ply: t Rollins replied, and when 1 sny that his speech was a masterly effort, I only stale that which will be confirmed by every one who heard him, if he expresses the honest sentiments of hit heart. Numbers of the members of the anli-Benton Democratic party ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 June 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THEjLASyBlES. OBLIIB(D tVtaf THCBSDAT HORMR , CLARK H. QRKEH, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IW ADTANCE, jjT Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration 01 m hiu pm 1 TITI MTIIII1NII lasartad .ttha usual rates. Aliberaldiscouotto Yearly Advertisers. job ironK, Of vry description promptly executed at ihort notics, on reasonable terms. V. B. PALMcaiaour ourthorized Agent infcew York, Boston, an 1 Philadelphia. C. Boakdmak, Linneus. O. H. BoacKHAaT, Huntsville. Wayland fc Co., Roanoke. Tnoa. O. Shap, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell A Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. O. H. Hdbblk, Trenton, (tj-Postmasters generally are requested to set (ry AUsgsntsarereqnestedto remit by mail whenever they hare convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, June 25, 1837. Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the florae, signifies that the time paid for ha ex fired. . FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES S. ROLLINS. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRIC...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 June 1857

HI! III! IHtJWUUUBICTBr GLASGOW WE EKLY T I'M E S I SIGH FOB THE ABSENT. T BLANCHI d'aHTOH. ' I siro, fur the absent! U, when will thou oome? My heart it a wanderer Thou art it home. I'm waiting, love, waiting, The tide'i drifting by; Thy footstep it wanting, 1 linger and sigh: I fifth for the absent! l),vhen wilt thou come? ' My heart is lonely, ' And thnu art ill home. ' ' Home, thou art clearer When tempests assail! Love, thou art nearer When bosoms bewail! . . O, Tam lonely, My heart is with thee:, - '" And with thee only It ever mny be. Warm glows the fireside To welcome thee home; Love is a wanderer When will he come? Thoy whisper thou faded When I was away: Tarry, O, tarry One blief, fleeting dayl Give me thy blessing: No more will I rove; . I Tarry, O, tarry - Thee only 1 love. So it is. If we die to-day, the sun will shine as brightly and the birds will sing as sweetly to-morrow. Business will not be suspended a moment, and the great mass will not bestow a thought upon our ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 July 1857

i ii i i ii 1 1 ii i m i ii i ifi V-rn iiiiiimiiMHijT serf ; CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNtJjtf, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. .:VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1857. NO. 18. s ; dTdingle copies of The Times, pat up in ' wrappers, can always be had at the office at five oenta atopy. ' x . . J Yearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate business. Other advertisements will ' be charged at regular rutcs. - JTNo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty centa per iquare will' ba r barged for obituary r notices to he paid-in adVfoee. - (jy The charge for marriage noticea is left to (he bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper.. Where editorial notice of advertisements is requested, it will be given and charged for. Something for Ben' on Democrat! to Bead. EXTRACT MOM COL. ITCWARt'i SPIICII. ' The following are extracts from a speech delivered in Joint Session of the Missouri Legislature, January, 1653, by Col, Rob rt M. Stewart, the anl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 July 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY T.1M E S About a Comtt A Deitrnctiv Aerial Monster. W ffnd in the New York Triburn a let ter dated Utica, New York, June 14th, which contain! en aocountol must remark ble and frightful phenomenon, in that vicini ty, the appearance end performance of which are conlirmed by the journal of the place. v A tunnel-srinped back and moving body oft nebulous character made its appearance in the out a kirls of the city, and moved east, erly, milking a horrible buzzing, rumbling noise. Il appeared suspended in the at mosphere, and struck the ground several times, one near the dwelling of a Mr. Root, near Deerfields; and five miles north ol Utica it made a descent upon the barn of a Mr. Nathan Budlong, and ripped up the structure and scattered it. We (juole from the correspondence. "Then passing on, tearing up trees, fen ces and nut-houses in its terrible course, it finally struck the dwelling of John Warren, and in twinkling the entire building was one utter wreck, literally 'sm...

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

- . w -- -r- -- r m - n (jL ASIjO VV V..1 U Iy. J l l ii Hi a S1Mt.IItlID EVERT THURSDAY MOaiflNO T "J-OtAWC H. GREEN , ATpbNE dollar per annum INVARIABLY I IV ADVANCE, 4T Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the ' expiration of tha time paid for.J '';' ADVBBTIsE-XHtl Inserted at the usual rates. - A liberal discount to ,-i.'v ' Yearly Advertisers. i Y.n' JOB wonK, Of every description promptly executed at short . a . i ' nonce, on reasonuoie terms. " B. PaIm cats our ourthorixed Agent in New , lorn, goston,ina rnuaaeipnia. 6. Boasohak, Linneus. O. H. BaacKiiAaT. Iiuntsvills. Waylakd V Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. ohaif, Blooiriington, J. H. Penky, Penny's P, O, Powell 4. Co., Cambridge. i W. A. Wilson, Marshall. '" O. H. Hobble, Trenton. -. Postmasters generally are requested toact is aeents. All agents are requested to remit by mail rnenever iney nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. ' Thursday Horning, July 2, 1857. look for the X- " A cross (thus X) immediately before the name,...

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

G L A S G 0 W W'EK' L Y' T V M E S ln Chambers Ertlnbnrg) Journal. S0HMR AHD WLSTER. t.' An! thai were wy pleasant Ujt, ; Tht day wa pent together Comeback through memory's golden hate ..- On cloudless lummer weather, That I may deem I've saved at least Soma fragment! from life's scattered feast. We wandered past the shallow stream, And through the new mown hay; Each hour was like some golden dream From paradise astray. The scent of roses on the air Seemed part of life which was se fair. . We roamed amid the thick, green wood Through the ooot pleasant trees; Ah! ahl this world seemed very good, With all it memories. I never saw the moon so bright As through the bows that summer night. And now I hear the bilter rain Sweep from the angry heaven, As blindly 'gainst the window pane The withered leeves are driven; Then, faint and lorn, the moon appears, All dim, like one who smiles through tears. That ghostly moon's uncertain light Flung o'er the guant bare trees The starlesssnrrow of ll...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 July 1857

urate . CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IV ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1857. NO. 19. A (tySingle copies of The Times, put up in wrappers, can always be bad at the office al five cents a copy. (Ey Yearly advertisers are restricted to their legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. , yNo charge for inserting deaths, but fifty oents per square will be charged for obituary notices to he paid in advance. (J?jy"The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledged in the paper. fry Where editorial notice of advertisements ts requested, u win oe given ana ciimgeu iui . I From the New York Courier. A VISIT TO ASHLAND. Leaving Tor a day the strong voiced ut terance of tliis important railway festival, I desire to delineate, if I may, a picture, which perhaps some friend, of him of whom it shall most depict, rany plsce in memory. A parly of us found that th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 July 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY T I M E S IMPORTANT FROM UTAH. OfycU ofBrigkam Young's Journey North Grtal Egret of MutioHariuStrioni Distentions among IK Saints Mormon dnm Breaking up. The Sacramento Union publishes some important Utah UtelMgencs) received from Thompson, the Carson valley expressman. His latest (lutes are from Carson valley to the 17th Mny, and from Suit Luke to 25tli April. On Saturday, the 16.h May, just before Mr. Thompsom left the mormon station, parly of ten men arrived there from Great ShU Lake City, which place they left on the 23ih uf April 24 days later than our for mer advices. The parly consisted of Kempton and brother, from Bear river, in this Slate; Merkley and Baker, of Carson valley; Price, of Wasnoe valley, and mis. sionaries on their way to the Sandwich Is lunds. Mr. Kempton had with him three wagons and nineteen American horses, in liue condition, which he was taking to his ranche on Bear river. They passed on the Humboldt, a party with fifteen wagons from Great S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 July 1857

GLASGOW WE ERLY TIM E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. tUaLISHUD EVIRT THURSDAY MORXIKO BT CLARK B. GREEN , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IX VARIABLY 1ST ADVANCE, t3f Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the xpiration ot ms time paia ror.y) ADTKBlTTlMKIf II la wted it the usual rites. A liberildiscount to Yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, Of every description promptly executed it short nonce, on reaaonaoi lerms. T. B. PALMEiisour ourthorizsd Agent In New York, Boston, and fnuadelpnis. C. Boardmah, Linneus. O. II. Borckhait, Huntsville. ' Wavlano k Co., Roanoke. Thos. 6. Sharf, Bloomington. J. H. Pinny, Penny's P. O. owEti si Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. U. H. Huiblf.. Trenton. Postmaster, generally are requested to act u arents. All amenta are requested to remit by mail wnenever iney nave convenient muumi. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, July 9, 1807. Look for the X A croaa (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies ihnt the time paid for has ex- p ired. FOR GOVERNOR, JAMES S. ROLLI...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 July 1857

GLASGOW W E EIL Y T 131 E S . ROWADAYS. ..V" Alasl how every thing hat changed Since I wii sweet sixteen, When ell the girls wore homespun frock, And aprons nice and clean, " With bonnets mads of braided straw That tied beneuih the chin, The shawl laid neatly on the neck, And fattened with a pin. 1 recollect the time when I Rode father'! horse to mill. Across the meadow, rock, and field, And up and down the bill) And when "our folks'' were out at work, , (It never made me thirner.) I jumped upon a horse, bare back. And carried them tbeir dinner. Dear met young ladies nowadays Would almost faint away, To think of riding all alone In wagon, chaise of sleigh; Aid as for giving''pa" his meals, Or helping "ma" to bake, Oh dearl 'twould spoil their lilly hands. Though sometimes they make cake. When wiitter came, the maiden's heart Began to beat and flutter: Earn beau would take his sweet-heart out Sleigh-riding in a cutter. Or, it the storm was bleak and cold, The girls and beaux together...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 July 1857

CLARK II. GREN, ) ( EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ) lis' 7 VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1857. J of Aboliti 4 Ubjjf VUDpiU lIUMliJ. (JJTSingle copies of Tiik Times, put up in wrappers, can always be had at the office at five oentsacopy. ( ("Yearly advertisers are restricted totheir legitimate business. Other advertisements will be charged at regular rates. (JTNo charge for inserting lUntlis, but fifly cents per square will be chargedifpr obituary notices to he paid in advance. ,. (jp"The charge for marriage notices is left to the bridegroom, and will be acknoledgcd in the paper. ("Where editorial notice of advertisements 4s requested, it willbe given and charged for. Mr. Senator Douglas on Utah, Versus Kansas. ' In order to compass the.fyTarmon difficul ty Mr. Douglas proposes to ubolisli the ter ritorial gbvernment or Utulinnd to subsli. Cute a congressional sovereignty. The Rich mond Examiner thinks ths a most excellent iec8mmendation,and speaks of it in the fol lowin...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 July 1857

V G L A S G : 0 VV WEEKLY TIMES The italdttt oa XniM Go?. Walker and fh south. -Iom ths Wsthington Union. W havs wilnetsed with unfeigned regrst tb ipirit in which nearly the whole South' crn preei hat received n J treated the inau gural eddren of Gov. Walker, of Kansai. From the Know-Nothing epposiiion prstt we hnd UtXe eUe to expeot. But it is rather more serious to aee that the Demo crats pre et are by no meant unanimous in the view they take of hit conduct. It U alill an ore important fact that two Demo cratic Slate Convention! one in Georgia, and one in Mississippi have taken atrong exception to certain expressions in Gov. Walker's inaugural address. The Georgia Convention goes further, and concludes its censure by expressing Asl belief that he will be removed. It is natural enough that this state of things ahould afford a good deal of malicious pleasure to Northern Abolition ists as well as to Southern Know-Nothings. They hunt in couples, and have a common nolilical interest i...

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

GLASGOW WE E K L Y T I M E S THE GLASGOW TIMES. njinnr. tviar tnoniiiAt morkimo it CLARK H. GREEK, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IXTAniAOLT 1W ADTANCE, 8," Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paid tor.J a st.ebtTbbkekti Inserted at the usual rates. Aliberaldiecountto Yearly Advertiser!. JOB WORK, t every description promptly executed at abort notice, on reasonable terms. , V. B. Palmer is our ourthorized Agent In New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. Boardman, Linneus. G. H. Bitrckhart, Huntsville. Waylaxd Co., Roanoke. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. G H. Huhui.e. Trenton. (t9"Postmastersgenerally are requested to act as aeents. AI1 agents are requested to remit by mail wnenever nicy nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Horning, July 16, 1857. Look for the X A erois (thus X) immediately before the name, signifies that the time paid for has ex pired. FOR GOVERNOR, JAM...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 July 1857

GLASGOW W E E K L Y TIM E S From Hie American Union. AN ASTUTAtON ADDRESS. . Pear anties, come uvt your attention, I am (rrnteful andwish to relate, Th.it I honor your noble convention, Who worrld make, trfc a ruler of Stale; Yon have fill'd me with ardent desire, To ml and administer laws, Mv heart, with political lire, Now beats for the democrat cause. 1 row, I will do what you telliI If you will but give me your suit j . 1 the office I seek is scented me,' ' Your service shall all be repaid. To fight against Rollins, now rails Remember vour triumnhs thara iiMI. Let your voice, from hill-top sjnd oena rortu strong uemocra' Of tlie issue, I own, I am fearful, Sine Rollins has taken the field. For he uses his weapon so careful, That many old enemies yield; Then rally all forces together, Domestics, and forcignurs too, We shall need every bird of each feather, To waft me triumphantly through. We must still use deception in batttle, For Rollins will make a bold stand, The people are f...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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