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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1838

COLUMBIA I have .worn upon the Altar of God, oternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of BUn.'-Thomas JaiTorsbn. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume I. BliOOMSBUStG, COLUMBIA tiOUNTY, PA. SATlt&DAY, MARCH -IT, i838i' IVuihher 47. Till? itnuHim. Ieceiptg; & Expenditure HUGH McWILLlAMS, Eaqt Treasurer in account With the County of Columbia, from the first day of January, until the 31st day of December, A. D. 1837, both days in clusive. : Bill DOLLS. CTS. Tdcajh received of the several collectors during 1st quarter $2,206 52 do do do 2d 2,777 58 27 88 do Ho 3d 1,001 1,081 8507 Balance in favor of the Treas urer, with what may be com1 ing from the State as per centage, . w .' 1,703 10,330 93 ....... I ....... I Ui . . . . We, tlie unuersigneu; yommissioners of above accounts, comparcu mem witu tlio Witness our hands this Mth'day df Expenditures of the countu 'of Commissioners on the Treasurer thereof, ureu anu imriy-seven. DbLLS....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1838

31 iftii OP MARCH' CONVENTIONS? 4a!' ' " ' i'- -- -t uuau , Democratic Slato Convention' "W regret that want of room prevents u from publishing rntlro the proceedings' of the Democrat ic 5th of.March Convention. The convention was temporally organized "by appointing Gen. ADBOT GREEN, of Union county, Chairman, and Cms. WrHiSiKi, of No'rth'ilmWrUnJ, and Enwis W. IIorTEn, Of'Lehhjh, Secretaries. The counties 'were then called over in alphabetical ordci, and each found to be fully represented, When, a com mitteo of on from each congrcisfioual district Was Appointed to nominate officer for the Ccnvcntion, who in the afternoon 'reported the following i Prcsidenti WJIrLIAM McOREERY, ttf Wasli ington. Vice President! JaMes Black, of Perry, Asa JtUjry, of Tioga, Geoboe G. Leimh, of Delaware, Damel K. Hottensteijt, of Berks, Gr.imnE Potts, of Butler, and AnxXirosn Smaix, of York. Secretaries': Ediuin W. Hatter, of Lehigh, Chsa. V. Hegins, of Northumberland, John MMtmi, of "Wettrnorelan'd, an...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1838

THE COLUMBIA DBftltfOttjVST. . lJy injram A aliiu. "TnuTii without nun sjiTVnn.iv, iittjincjfti, isae'. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR: GEtf. DAVID K. PORTER, (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) rTr- Wo return thanks to thoso who have taken " Win hint with resnect to their indebtedness, and "no- lieycd up tho dust;" and we livo in hopes tliat all 'will "do likewise" and.tti'ua savo themselves any additional charge or costs. fjj-To make room for the able and patriotic " ad dress to thcpcopleof Pennsylvania," wo ato compel led to omit the publication of tho iVeto Constitution as amended liy tho reform convention. Wo shall endeavor to give it o place in our next number. J fjj A young man named John Winner, of Hem lock township, had his hand torn oil', and his arm 'bo dreadfully mangled while- attending a threshing michino last Saturday, that amputation was deemed necessary by tho physicians, and his arm wa3 ac- ' cordingly taken oir above tho elbow. Tho acci- "dent was occasioned by his slippi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 17 March 1838

"DEEliftPJB ARTICLES. A great many facts may bo adduced to show the insufficiency of Capital Punish ment The criminal returns of gfcal Brit ain show, that thero has been less horse stealing within tho last seven years, with out any execution whatever than in the pre ceding seven years, with forty-two execu tions that .there has been less sheep steal ing during the last four years elapsed since the abolition of Capital Punishment, than tiuring the four previous years : that there have been fower acts of burglary and house breaking in tho last three years ending willi 1830, whe,n thirty-six persons suffered death lot those offonces. But not so of other crimes for which capital punishment still continues, lor they have nearly all in creased. The public Men of Texas. A letter writer in Texas, thus pictures tho public men of that Republic : "Texas is cursed with a drunken, reck less, unprincipled President, a weak and imbecile cabinet, a corrupt Congress, (the last I mean tho present is ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1838

I have worn upou tho Altar of God, eternal liostlllty to every form of Tyranny over tho Blind of Man." Tlioma Jffenon. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Volume I. BILOMSBTOea, 'COliVMSSKA tJOUBTTYj PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1838. iVuinlicr 48. Meeipts & Exp HUGH McWlLLIAMS. Esn. Tieasnrer the first day of January, until tho 31st elusive. , DOLLS'. CT3. To cash received of the several collectors during 1st quarter 2,200 52 do do 2.1 2,777 58i 27 88 do .do do dd 3d 4tli 1,001 1,081 Balance iii "favor of tho Treas ' urrer.with what may bo com ing from the State as per centage . . 1.703 074 10,330 03 " , n, tin? undersigned, Commissioners of uwtTU -i,m.uU--w-, ...win it. til MU , "Witness our hands this Mlh day of ' . EXPENDITURES of the County of ksuiii initjoi wtii o .uit itc j. i lunui ci uitLty, drcd and. thirty-seven. DOLI.S. CTS. 183 21 1,419 25 93 00 100 01 Assessors wages, Jurors wages and mileage, Constables attending Court, Constables making returns to quarter session...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1838

the yEAyjcpuTioy. AMENDMENTS To th4 -VniiiMUm of Ptmuylvania, Tropoeod by et'onvcntion to a Vola of the Peepfe, for their ratification or rejection, on th Sibfed 'Tueiday of October, 1808. Amendment in tracker. ARTICLE I. Sec 1. Tho Legislative power of this "Commonwealth shall bo vested in a Genc Yhl Assembly, which shall consist of Senile and House of Representatives. Sec 2. Tho Representatives shall be chosen annually by tho citizens of the city, of Philadelphia and of each county respec tively, on tho second Tuesday of October Sec 3. No person shall be a Representa tive who shall not havo attained tho age of twenty-ono years, and havo boen a citizeh and inhabitant of the Slate three years next precceding his election, and the last year thereof an inhabitant Of the district in and for which ho shall bo chosen a rep resentative, unless ho shall havo been ab sent on the public business of tho United States, or of this State. Sec. 4. Within three years after tho first meeting of the...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1838

SccK X. -1 ny person ivho shall. after 'he adoption of the amendments proooscd by this Convention to the Constitution fight a duel or send a chllongc for that purpose, or he aider oiuhettor in fiiihtini; a duel, shall ho deprived of the right of holding any SJlice ot Honor or proht in this State, and shall bo punished otherwise- in such manner as is, or may he prescrib ed by law; but the executive may re mit the said offence and all its disquali fications. ... . ARTICLE VII. Sect i. The legislature shall as soon as conveniently may be, provide by law, for thc establishment of schools throughout the State, in such manner that the poor may be taught gratis. Sect 2. The arts and sciences shall be pte'obted in one or more seminaries Of IdaV- Sect 3. The rights, privileges, immuni ties and estates of religious societies and corporate bodies, shall remain as if the constitution of thin State had not been al tered or amended'. Sict A. The legislature shall not invest any corporate body ot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 March 1838

FT MARCH 21, 1837. DEMOCMTIC NOMINATION VOIt GOVERNOR. : GEN. DAVID R. PORTBIt (or HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) The following Isthe committeo df Conci pondenco appointed ly the Democratic Stato Con vention for Columbia county i. V. Best. Wm. Colt, iohn Rhodes, T3. S. Woolvorton, Isaiah Blue, John Cooper, Jas. M'Mahon, Hugh McVVilUams, Goorco Smith, Nicholas Gougcr, William Iklcr, E. 0. Jackson, S. P. llcadley, Gcorgo Kelchnor, John Knorr, Isaiah Salmon, David Fowler, Samuel Creasy, Stales B. M. Yants, Henry Petit, Cornelius Clackncr, Peter Yohe, jvoucri m Wm. Davis, John Biscl, Jeremiah Welliver, Richard Fruit, Jacob Swisher, C. Thomas, E. G. Rickets, Joseph Lemon, John Battin, John MoHenry, Abraham Young, Ssmuol Roan, Isaac Kline, Iram Derr, John Lazarus, John Dietrich, Daniel Peeler, Elias M'Henry, John Keller, jr. Peter lvlinc, Stephen1 Baldy, John P. Davis, Micheal Fornwald, Sebastian Hower, John Ycager, George D. DcPuy, Jacob Sultz, George Kauffman Robert Moore, Daniel Snyder, Bernard R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1838

THE 0M 9I1MA MUOtRAT. I liavo sworn upon tho Altar of God, stomal lioitlllly to story form of Tyranny ovr tho Blind of Man." -Thomas Jaffarion. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM". Volume I. RliOOMSRUR'G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURBAY, MARCH 31, 1838o Number 49. fficeipts &Expeiaditwipe HUGH McWlLLIAMS, Esq. Ticasurcr in .thcftuayofJaWry, until the 31st day If5; DOLLS. CTS. To cash received of '.the several collectors during 1st quarter $2,20(5 52 "do" do 2d 2,777 584 27 88 do do do xlo 3d '4th 1,G01 1,081 balance in favor of ho TreaV urrcr,vith what may be com ing from the State as per centage, --..,.-.. '85G7 20i 1.7G3 G7i 10,330 93 - We', tho undersigned, iComniissioncrs of i-t...'- i- 1 .1.-.-. ...lil.t.- . auuvc iicpuuuia, mimparuu, iiiciu wiiu uiu voucners, iinu nun mem correct ami just. .Vilness.our hands this 14th day of February, A!' D.1838. "' ID DINGS BARKLEY', t , , - COR. CLAOKNEIt, ' ' 'JOSEPH BRORST,. , , Commissioners. fyBMM- 1 1 n3EMw ootjwm iiui mm 1 1 ! !...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1838

TflE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "tboth Vnnocr tub " Tfca ; partnership heretofore existing between the utocriUfs, m publishers of the "Columbia Demo. , nimuaiiy aiisoired on the 17th instant, and all debt due the offie. for subscription, adver' tislng, &e. are payable to John S. Ingram, who 2kbKnt lnl,reintre,t Mr. MiUa in th. JOHN 8. JNGiUM FRANkUN 8. MILL8. NB PmeoU'to 'either o'ftWhands in the 6f--ioa will be a sufficient dicharSa fo delinquent. Blooraslnirg, March 24, 18 J8. CCjNUMDt!R 5213) The above number will fcloso our connexion with hit paper, and HI the account will be placed in proper bands 'to enforce speedy collection. Th6se who -neglect tcttlcment will pay J 1 60 and cos ts, as we must pursue this course in accordance with our terms, and4to answer our immediate necessities. Will out patrons, who are delinquent, oblifce iis by Jjompl ; settlement, and thus continue the reciprocal friendship manifested on both sides! Cpme,Ben tlernan "the laborer m worthy of his hire," and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1838

DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION POnOOYEHNOHf XiEN. DAVID R. PORTER. (OP HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) Q-The following is the committee of Corres pondence appointed by the Democratic State Con vention for Columbia county: V. Best. Wm. Colt, John Rhodes, B. S. Woolverton, Isaiah Blue, John Coppef, William Ikler. E. 6. Jackson, (S. P. Ileadley,, George Kelclmcf, .John ICnorr, Isaiah Salmon, JDavid Fowler, .Hugh McVVilliams, .Samuel, Creasy,. ,. Georgo Smith, States U. M. Yants, Nicholas Gouger, Henry Petit, . Cornelius Clackner, Peter Yohe, tiobcrt M'Cay, John Keller, jf. "Win. S. Davis, Peter Kline, Tnlin Tlinnl. Stephen Baldy, Jeremiah Wcllivef, "John P. Davis,., Richard Fruit, ,JIichcal Fornwald Sebastian Ilowcr, .John Yeager, Georgo D. DcPuy, ,Jacob Sultz, George Kanffinan, Robert Moore, .Daniel Snyder, Bernard Rupert, Daniel Gross, John Robison, . Wm. A. Petrikin, Adam Michael, Wm. Mann, John Shuman. , Jacob Swisher, C. Thomas, . E. G. Rickets-, Joseph Lemon, John Baltin, John MoIIcnry, Abraham Young...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 31 March 1838

Ifti'SOELLANEOTJS. DEbLINE AND PALL OF THE CITY OF DOGSTOWN. From TVlterweU's Yankee Noliotts. Dogstown is a beautiful place in tho in ferior of this state. There is plenty of land 'wound , so that nothing can hinder it from growing in every direction, and thus be 'eomo a great city. Ill fact Dogs town has already a one story church, part of a school house, and an elegant pond. , Dogtown is finely and advantageously 'situated. It stands on Eel River, a stream "of water which runs into another sticfam, and that into a third, which runs into Connecli cut river, which running into Long; Island Bound, finally reachesi n the Atlantic; who does hot doe, therefore, that Dogtown way become a great seaport! Tho territory in "tho neighborhood of Dogtown is remarka- Io for its fertility, bating that part of it which is covered with rocks, tho salt mead ow, tho pine woods, tho clay ponds and swamps. It is past a doubt, therefore, that the territory, it well cleared drained, peo plea, ana cultiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 April 1838

I have worn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Miud of Man.--Thomas Jeffron. ' . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Volume I. BliOOMSBtTRG, COMTMB2A COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRI1L 7, 1838c Number 50. &K1 McWILLIAMS, Esq. Ticasurcr in account with the County of Columbia, from tho first day of January, until tho 31st day of December, A. I). 1837, both days inclusive. BR, .... DOLLS. CT9. To cash received of the several collectors during 1st quarter $2,200 52 do do do do 2d 2,777 58J 27 88 - do do 3d 4th 1,001 1,981 85G7 20J Balance in favor of the Treas urer, with what may be coin ing from the State as per centage, 1,703 '3 10,330 93 We, tho undersigned, Commissioners of above accounts, compared Jlnwi with the Witness our hands tIusT14th day of 1m EXPENDITURES' of the County of Columbia as par the' order issued by the Commissioners on the Treasurer thereof, during the year one thousand eight hun dred and thirty-seven. DOLLS. 183 1,419 93...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 April 1838

SUB-TREASURY BILL. "The following is. the Hill as it' passed lio. Senate on the ?Sth ult. , The billys passed, is in the following wordsr - (hA BILL to imposo additional duties, a? depositaries, upon certain public affiecrs, lo appoint receivers general or public money, and to regulate the safe-keeping, transfer, and disbursement of tho public moneys of the United States. t .JJeit enacted by the Senate and Home ef Representatives of the United Slates oJrneriea in Congress assembled, Tliat there shall be prepared and provided, with in' the new Treasury building now erecting at the seat of Government, .suitablo and convenient rooms for tho uso of the Treasur er of the United States, his Assistants and clerks; and sufficienrdnd secure fire proof vaults and sates, lor the keeping or tho pub lic monies in the possession and under the immediate control of the said Trcasuror; which said 1091ns, vaults, aud safes, are hereby constituted and declared" to bo, the Treasury of the United stales...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 April 1838

16 The UjhfcO States Army. It appears from the official Army Kegis ter (or 1S3S, thnt there linvc been the last year, lorty-seven resignations of officers of the Armv viz: 1 Lieuten ant Colonel, IS Captains, 11 First Lieutenants, 17 Second Lieutenants, 1 Breyct Second Lieutenant, and 4 Slall Twenty-twd dontlw-rof which number, six were, killed in action with the Indians, in Florida, 1 Second Lieu tenant resigned and 1 First Lieutenant dropped. 7 Total 71 officers lost to the Armv in 1837. upnicr, and all tho accounts Will bo placed in , . . . 3pcr hands to enforce speedy collcciion.-Thoe Rtmamxrtg viU'C Post Offitc ct Blooms- Peter Uiltcnbender, Peter Biggs, r-MItlMTTER 53irfl Tho nboro number will clq'io our connexion with till tirofici who lienlect settlement will nav S2 CO and costs, al wo mutt pursue this course in accordance with out terms, and to answer our immediate necessities. Will our patronni who are delinquent, obligo us by prompt (icttlcment, and thus continue thd recip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 April 1838

The JJrtdc'a ISituriu Sh hath her . wish for which in vsin She pined in restless dreams "Oh mother! is this home again! Howdcaolato il seems!" Tet all the dear familHar things Look as thcydid of yore; . " Bnt oh! the change this sad heart wlngs- "Chis is my hoino no morel" "I left Ihec! like the dove of old( I left thy parent breast- H But on life's wasto of waters cold, My soul hath found no rest! And back the weary bird is come, It's woce it's wanderings o'er; Ne'er from the holy atk to roam- Yet this is homo no more! "Oh mother! sing my childhood s sorigs; They fall like summer's rain On this worn heart that vainly lengj To bo Ait thine again! Speak comfort to mc! call mo yet Thy Mary, as of y ore; f , These words could make' rae half forget That this is homo ho more! '8it near me! Oh this hour repays Long years of lonely pain ; I feel as if tho old bright days wore all come back again! My heartbeats thick with happy droama Mino eyes with tears run o'er! Thou'rt with mo mother! O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 April 1838

J THE COLUMBIA M1IOCMT. I have iworn upon the Atfar of God, genial hostility to ery form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGHAM. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1838. Number 51. V oluitte I. t Receipts & Expenditures. HUGH McWILLIAMS, Esq. Treasurer in nccount with the County of Columbia, from the first day of January, until tho 31st day of December, A. D. 1837, both, days inclusive.1 R, DOLLS. CTS. To cash received of the several collectors during 1st quarter $2,200 52 do' do 2d 2,777 58i do do 3d 1,001 27 do , do 4th, 1,981 88 8507 2G$ Balance in favor of the Trans' urrer.wiih what may be com ing from the State as per centage, '1.763 C7d 10,330 03 We, tho undersigned, Commissioners of aboye accounts,' compared tlieni with the Witness our hands this 14th day of EXPENDITURES of the County of Commissioners on titc J reasurer tnererj, uurmg ine year one uivuauuu tigm hun dred and. thirty-seven. DOLLS. CTS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 April 1838

) ( y7itjlfomakJIoraef ,7BiV.The Balti more "Gazctto gives the following account of the femalo horse thief recently appre hended in that city, and scfflenced a few days sinco to two years imprisonment in tho Penitentiary. The only name the Am azon wjll acknowledge is George Wilson, and her ficrco and untraclablo spirit will probably sot at nought nil efforts to Ttfirter hersubmissive to the discipline of thopris'on: Tim female'is certainly a very extraor dinary individual, and her personal adven tures, if she could bo induced to rolato'lhe'm, would doubtless form a volumo of uncom mon interests. But she is silent fa almost every particular in relation to herself. A few things mentioned to her fellow' prison ers nave been repeated, -ami 'tlifiy only cre ate a desire to know moro of her character onil history. At a very early age, say thir teen or fourteen, shossumed male attire, which she has wrjfn with but one or two brief intermissions, for nine or ton years, undiscovered. She ente...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 April 1838

4 ft LewistoVvn Circuit Muliroe, John Willi' f 'i 4 , Berwick C K&lniiiit,3LInll. f ijfitiville II T.NiKdh) WHjrst: Northumberland-- Sarjks, ' I T Stratton , Lycoming J Ewo.n, G L Brown,., ItellcfoiUc lTanueyhill, G.' Guy. er. CfcafAcld-S V Blahc, EJlu.Uer. Huntingdon J. Stevens, J. Ilodgcs, P. lienor!. ; DEMOUHA'I IV UISNTUAIj At u meeting ot tnq Ucmonralic central committee, held on Saturday evening, Mnri!li.2i. - 'Wi motion of B. Parke, Esq. the follow 'ing preamble and rcs'olutions wero unani mously auoptcil. . , AVhc'reas, llio domftcrnlic. .convention which assembled at Itarrisburg on the 5th inst. and nominated a candidate for the of fice of Governor passed the following rcso lutiott , ,. . "That it ho recommended to tlio demo "cratie yoin,g men of Pennsylvania, to hold a state convention the ensuing summer at .'such tims and place as shall he named by "the rcntral committee," Therefore . Resolved. That the central committee ,uame Ilarrisburg, the Capital of Pcnnsylva nta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 April 1838

i SWK Srida Faretctll. BT JIM. HXMAKi.. tVhy do I p to leavothe vin, Whose clutters o'er me bend The myrtle, yet, ob! call it mine!; The flowers I loved to tcnd;: A thousand thoughts of ell thing deer, Like shadows o'er me ewer p( I leere my sunny childhood here, Oh!' thetefore, let mo weep I 1 leere thcp, sister! we hsve play'd Through many a loyous hour, Where the silvery green of the olive shed Hung dim o'er fount and bower. Yes, theu and I, by stream, by. chore, In son;! in prayer, in. sleep, Have been, as we may be no more Kind sister, let ma-weep! I leave thee, father! Sve's bright moon. Must new light other feet, With the gatherM gTapes, and the lyre in tune, Thy homeward step to .greet. Thou in whose voice, to bless thy child, Lay tones of love so deep, Whote eye o'er all my youth hath smiled. I leave thee! let me weep ! Mother! I leave thee! on thy breast, Pouring out joy and wo, I have found that holy place of rest Still changeless yet I go! ' Lips, that have lull'd roc wi...

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