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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 January 1837

-S NOT THE GLORY OF CESAR; BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. . STACY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1837. VOI,. X No. 499 A MOM'. CONVENIENT SEASON. BY MU8. S100UIIKF.V. Alono lie wept. Tlint eiy night 'i'lioimhiissndor of, God wilh earnest ten I Of elonucncn hud amcil him lo repent 5 And liko the Koiuau lit DiusillaV side. Healing the trulh ho tieinbled. Conscience wioujjhl, Yet Bin nllorcd. 'I lio sliujgln tliooU him foio. Tho dim lamp umird, tire hour of niilniu,li( toldj Tiiiyer'piuight for cnlrnncc. hut 1 lie hc.nt had closed lis diamond viilic. lie threw him on his couth And IjiuIo llioepiiil of his God drpnit. mm iheio wiuwiir within him, mid lie fig lied, "Depart not nicily, tlion Dieted! Return when youth is passed, and inukc my soul foreici thine." Willi kindling blow he trod Tho haunts of pleasure, while the iulV oicc, And homily's smile, hi. jojoiis pulscb woke. To lova ho knelt, und on hid brow cho hung 'Icr fieshesl mjillo wrcilh. For pold he fonghl, And winged wealth indulged hint...

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. — 13 January 1837

Washington, Doc. 31. An yet it cannot be sold Uiot Congress has loito much. It is understood that llic President lins been sick nil tho session, thus far. Jlut lliia fact lina excited very littlo enrinsily or inquiry. Indeed, thu "greatest ond beet" scents very much to have faded away from men's mind?. Nor tfoMlfio licir-ofthn Wliilc House loavo any stronger imprcss-iim amongst observers, than be lias dnvo dttriag liis Vicc.Prcsi doutsbip. in truth, there is nothing about him to .produce a rtrong impression. He 8 eagerly watched by all the adventurer vd mercenaries: I bo Swisa of Rtato do tun reverence: but beyond this, there is perfect calm. I am told by South-Caro-lina gentlemen, that Mr Van Burcn could iot bivo obtained five tbouiand votei in that state, if the choice of olectora bad been submitted to the people. It may then be considered as certain, that tho majority of titc voters in the country arc against Mr Van Hutcn. I bcliove this fact is very ' generally admitted. Tho rea...

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. — 13 January 1837

pan into the Union, possnl tho Senate on ho -Mi insl., by n decided volu, It will 'pass tlio-ol lier House, ol course. I lur votes nrc wanted, and that consilium! ion is suffi ciont. We will next wools give our readers n part orllio whole of Mr. Wkiistkii's very oblo and conclusive speech, on llie subject of the Treasury Circular. Population of U. Canada. The pop ulution of I his Province, in April last amounted to 31)5,3 1 2 showing an increase of 25,400 for the preceding jenr. A resolution has been adopted by the House calling for icifomirtl ion ns to the condition of the deposit Uanks, and tilso the nnttuc of U. M. Whilncys agency in the management of the public moneys. The friends of I be ndmiuist ration opposed this measure until they round their own rn tilts broken, when they fell in, and voted for unanimously. MlMTAnV. At U IllCCtiltrr t' tllC offit C 6 tifllie 1st Regiment, 2d Brigade and 3d Division of Vermont Militia, on I lie lOlli inst. IlKNnv Thomas was elected Colonel....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 January 1837

.rriNE PAINTER'S JL MAN'S couudete GUIDE an.d color I To all whom tins may concern. v.ri,rl'nil mill tlinrirHu'.nl (realise Oil UlC preparation nf Colors, find llicu apphcui ioh lo tho ditiurcnt kinda ol Painting 1 m which ia .particularly described tho whole Cflof Hotv;n Painting : by C. F. 'iingrj, l'lofcsBorof Cfioinietry, Nalutal History nid iiinornlony, ui tiio Acad, of Geneva. IVmIo by" V. HARRINGTON. lcfc tO, 1830. Japanese Lotion, remove freckles, pimples, and oil A utuplions of llio skin, and for the cure of .chapped hands, facoe, & for wlo nt lh Variety Bliop. Ocl. CO." 1'ANononN & DniNSMAin. Utile Tho UdsioiTAcadcmy'd col lection of CHORUSES ; being n election from thu worko of tho most cini ncnt composers, aa Handel, Hoydn, Mozart Beethoven, and others ; together with scvar&l now and beautiful pieces by Gcr man authors, adapted to English words oxprosily for this work. Tho whole ar ranged with on accompaniment for tho Piano Forto or Organ. ForMilcby Dec. 10. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1837

ffiht mux NOT THE OLOHY OF C S A H ', BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. 12. STACY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1837. VOL. X No. 500 J From the Oliio Slate Journal. THE PRINTER'S EPITAPH. Here lira hUform in pi. Beneath this bank with hilars overgrown, Mow mnny chili iiciern ns worthless, lie Neath some imposing stone ! Nor column points our loss: .Nor glaring caps invite us fiom nf.ir; Althuiigh he lived :i fdl'ncr of the crou And member of the bar. t ' Tis whifier'd through the street i Y.ox ulnnd-i's f.tnssnur purct men iissnil That every, lime he'd piinl n holy Bheot, Ha pull'd the devil's tail, The P.m lemoniiiii king Uavfl him dm icv'icnre, Init a m on or friar, Would check the melody he used losing, hen buy wiih hid quire. The golden rule he prized ' And left it o;rn of Ins loe ; And iillhia deeds, rorreciud and revised, Am rcgisler'd ubuie. Though now in de.ilh's em-brace A Mouldering heap our luckless brother lies ; He'll reappear on (iulniel'ii royal chase, Ami frish-il to ilictkics....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1837

quite new, os financial langtinge. By pa per money, in its obnoxious sense, I under stand paper, issued on credit alone, with out capital, without funds assigned for its payment, resting only on t ho good faith und t ho futuro ability of those who issued it. Such was the paper money of our rcvo lutionary times; and such, perhaps, tnuy have boon the true character of tho paper of particular institutions since. Hut the notes of banks of competent capitals, lim ited hrnmoutit to n duo proportion to such capitals, made payable on demand in gold and silver,- and always paid on demand, arc paper money in no sense but one; that is to sny,. thoy oro made of paper, and they circulate a"s money. And it. may bo pro per enough for those who maintain that nothing should so circulate but gold and silver, to denominate such bank notes "pa per money," since they regard I hem but a? paper intruders into channels which should flow only with gold and silver. If this lan guage of the order is authentic...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1837

Pennsylvania of thu uduiinislrution party, whom tic denominated tin; lathers and con Bistent support nrs of this system of pro Icciioii, to coniR lortli boldly and give their views whctlier ihey wnre willing to adopt the measure. IIo calk'd on Ilium once to my, whether this was or was not n party measure; whether then; was any concert of ocUnn; becnuso if there was, they had the power to pass the hill in both Houses, anil to malic it the law of the lain) ut any moment they plcisod. Ho said it wos the (Inly of Representatives of the People on Urn floor, when ihn must impor tant and vital interests of the country were at stake, to keep nothing back in re gard to their intentions. For himself, he had no ulterior political end in view; he was neither a holder ol office nor u seeker of office beyond that which he had now the honor (o hold in tiiis Mall, llu hud noth ing to ask, end nothing to seek. His only desire was to do that alone, which would best subserve the interests and happines...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 January 1837

THE PAINTER'S AND COLOR MAN'S complete GUIDE ! benign practical nnd llieori'tical treatise on tlia preparation of Colors, and their application to' the different linda of Pnintitifj ; in which is particularly described tho whole art of House Painting : by C. F. Tingry, Professor of Chemistry, Natural History nnd mineralogy, in thu Acnd. nfGonrva, For sale by V. HARRINGTON. Dec. 10, trJ30. Japanese Lotion, nPO remove freckles, pimples, and all eruptions of the skin, nnd for the cure of chapped hands, faces, &c. for sale at the Variety Snop. Oct. 26. pANr.itnnN & BniissMAin. MUSIC Tho Boston Acndeniy'd col lection of CHORUSES i being a selection from tho works of the most eini nonr.composcrs, an Handel, Haydn, Mozart Beethoven, and others ; together with Jevortl new and benutiful pieces by Gcr man authors, adapted to English'words expressly for this work. The whole ar ranged with an accompaniment for tho Piano Forte or Orgnn. For sale by Dec. 1C. V. HARRINGTON. PitESENTS FOR C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 January 1837

NOT THE O L O It V OF C JR S A U ; HUT THE WELFARE O F ROM E. FUIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1837. VOIi. X No. 501 BY H. B. ST ACT? . ROBERT BURNS. Of all the productions f Ibis B'cal nntl original ponton, thero are none porlinpa tAioro moveing or morn lender than the Kl cy tipnn Highland Mary. There is, in. lcicd, in the event upon which tho iiumi tab le eons i- founded, something deeply pncPicnl on well n" melancholy. Of l hie first Jovo ofthe Seotlish Inrd, Mr. Cro meek, in his "Reliques of Burn," gives n brief belt very striking nccouul from the pen of I he poet liimpcif vide I'M. ltev. No. 21. In n note on an early song in scribed to litis fair oiip, he hnd recorded in a manuscript hool;--"My Highland lassie w a wnrui hearted charming young crea Mire a- ever blessed a man with generous love. After a pretty long tract of the most ardent reciprocal attachment, we met bv omioini moult on the second Sunday in May, m a sequestered spot by the bunks of Avr, where wo spent tin- day in taking n f...

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. — 27 January 1837

those articles that now give employment to ihou-nnds mid ten, of thousands of our population, and which huvi! herulnforo boon protected. Woollens, in iho mnnnlaci uro nl' which nr.) engaged u val amount ol riipilnl. mill an iiiuneiiso number "f men. women ami children, are to bo put down, while Indigo, mm of the raw nmteiials un ed in ils production, nrnl whn:h in titt pro duced hcu. h to pay u duty of 15 per ten'. Spirits of till kiudi "nr! to bo reduced in 20 per cent, while winn in untouched. The lluin oflho West Indies is to supercede the Whiskey of Pennsylvania, New York. Ohio and Kentucky. Cotton nnd woollens tiro to emtio down to 20 per cut. while n duty is demanded on silks, f which wn nrodueo none. It is difiinult to conceive of u p'ontor absurdity. Every inn-rest Mtmi.phctit the Union i". dealt with hi the ta mo ni.iimur The lead of ISIieMiu n ; the sugar of Louiiania ; the iron and the eo'il ol Pennsylvania and oth er stales t ho hemp of Kentucky; the col tons ami woollen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 January 1837

COIUIKSPONDENCK. CiicrruNDKN Co. Sup. Coirnr. ) Januury Turin 1037. s' TO THE MCMHCnSOl' CHITTENDEN CJ. IlAR, Gentlemen: I deem tho present rt proper occanion In mako known my intention of resigning the office of Clerk of the Supreme and County Court for the County of Ciitten 'den. nnd t should tin injimtco to you ns wollns myself, were I not in acknowledge with gratitude tho hind induleiicj yon have cx'.tuidcd toward inc. during our long acquaintance, tho rnmcmbrnncu of which will ceao nnlv wilh mv xislonce. Tho office I shall ioon resign (In cntnr upon other avocation) I hop may pass into hands more competent than I have been to discharge its various lutio;--it is one of great responsibility, often attended with embarrassment to the occupant, especially diirin" tho session of our County Courts when" tho Clerk is called upon nlmm-t timultaneously to meet the calls of the Grand Jury,--rmpannelling a Pitil-Jury, administering oalht to parties and witnesses, calls for files and papers...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 January 1837

Spanish Otter Caps, Capes &c. 6 Cases superior Spanish and American Ollor Caps. 3 do Seal and conin. Hair Seal do, Russia Squirrel, Juliette, Lynx and Sablo Capes and Mulft, Gent, and" Ladies up. Fur lined Gloves Szo. &u. by LATHROP & POTVVIN. Nov. 1 1, 1030. Timothy Seed. 30 bushels for sale by JIICKOK & CATLIN. .Vbt. 3,J03G. Manilla Matts. C) i doz. Mnoilln Mot Is of all size, jus w 1 received by Lemuel Cohtis & Co. October 14. Newton's Panacea. rjMIE celebrated Newton's Panacea, or purifier of t lie blood, nn invnlimble remedy, by J. &. J. II. PECK St CO. Oct. 13. Hardware and Hollowwarc. r1HE subscriber lian Just received from JL Now York and is now opening a largo and general assortment of Ilardwura and Hollowwarc which he will dispose of on mod erate terms for car-h or short credit, at the Hardware Store on tlio corner of Church si. and the square. ROBERT MOODY, Burlington, Nov. 7. 1030. Groceries. TP. & V. L. STRONG have re- ceived ihnr Fall stock ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 February 1837

NOT THE GLOItY O P C M S A It ; BUT THE WELFARE O F It O M E. BY M. B. STACY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1837. VOL,. X No. 502 MARY'S ADDRESS TO WILLIAM. I vmir lovlnj furollipnrt tlll nm, Lhely, spihjluly, niiinly V illi.tm ; For li'Joc slioiild ever kill, Tlion ninysl die, my love'y Will. Cut iflli.it fIioiiIiI rlmiuc lo kill lliee, Willi lli. it IM woo the liai'k ilc.it' Willy; My heart in noiv unit cer will, lie linked toiliinc, my li. uniform- Dill. My Imo hii. I mull tnn'st finely nil e , Willi love fur mo tuv g.illanl Hilly. Slimilil all forsake IM love ihcn plill, Will, Willimn, Willy, Hilly, liill. WILLIAM'S ANSWKR I O MARY. CIicpiTuI, rhrrry check 'd "nil rlinry, Mild, majestic, modi-iM Mary Vuid i.f n ile mill fiee A (mi Tolly, Peaceful, prudent, pretty I'olly 'G.ijcr ilian llic gnvrfi doll, Is my mnileM maiden Moll 'Ch.itigelf? na ill' uuf.iidiiig licdly, If my minilful, niirilifid Molly, The moon, llio Mars, or In illiant Snl. Air tinitnlit comi.ucd in line, my Poll. Adieu! I'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 February 1837

HEM ARKS OF MR. CO 11 WIN, cn rtir pinancb nr.i'onT. AVIipii this wa3 FoUled, to make il bind in.f nnJ irrevocable till WAi, I lie patliM insetted inllio third section of the bill I tliuir solemn declaration to llmt client. Tlio miction referred In rends as follows : "dud be il further enacted, Thai until tin' thirtieth day of June, ouo lliotisatd cghi htindrod ai.it fony-lwc, tin- duties imposed by existing laws as niodiliod by this no shall remain and enntinuu lo be collected." Gould your Itmgnogo furnish word3 more emphatically expressive of a declaration by Congress lliut no clinttgu was to bo made in this branch of yntir avenue system Ull June, 1012? Did you then expect your People to place no" iclianco on what you thus 6oleinly proclaimed as your dotorniina lion? No: vou did not expect the Ameri can People to i real you as hollow hearted kna cs atlonuilii'T to impose on their ere- iliiliiv. Tin s-olo oliiccl of nroclaimiii ' to t hem the unalterable character of the law of lb'...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 February 1837

FRIDAY M O R N I N (J, l-'ElittUAHY 3 VVf.ustkh's l'noTKsr. Wo invito t lie particular nttcnt ion ol every rentier to Mr Webster's manly and eloquent protest against mutilating tho records) of llio Sen ntc. It is a masterly production, n ml will lio road with interest an interest height ened by the mournful reflection that Mich utianswoinblo reasoning and such on rip pcnl in bchnlf ol thu Constitution, should avail naught against the bohi'ils of party. Wo envy not tho feelings vf that person who can rend unmoved this appeal in be half of the sanctity of the Constitution, this solemn protest ogniiift an unhallowed at tack upon it: still loda do wo envy those who could silently listen to its author while pronouncing it, without n blush of shame mantling their cheeks. Every sentence must have been a dogger their hcnrls j and however little, to outward nppca ranee, 'they were moved, their very life blood must liuvc curdled in their veins at t hat significant rolemn conclusion "Our duty ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 3 February 1837

Lyman & Colo HAVE received a qunntity of Canada Stockings, Shccps Grey Cloth, Tow Cloth, nnd Footings, 30 doss Pre, Buck Mittens nnd Glove, 3 don Buck Moccasins, 3 doz Indian Beaded do. Burlington .Inn. 27, 1037. Timothy Seed. 30 bushels for sale by HICKOK & CATLLY. Nov. 3, inafi. Manilla Matts. doz. Manilla Mnt Is of nil fiv.ee, jus received bv Ln.Mur.r. Cunns & Co. 21 October 14. Newton's Panacea. rpHE ccleltroted Newton's Panacea, or purifier of the blood, no iiivnlutible remedy, by J. &. J. II. PECK ey CO. Oct. 13 Hardware and Hollow ware TBI! IE subscriber has Just iccoivcd from JL Now York and is now opening a largo and general ass irtuieul of Hardware- and iir.iiMu..vnrr. wliirti In, will dispose nfon mod- erato terms for cab or i-hort credit, at I he Hardware Stole oirtho corner ol unurcn si. and the fcquaio. nonniiT moody, Burlington, Nov. 7. 111,5(5. Groceries. rp F. & W. L STRONG have re X ceived their Full Mock of grocer is winch is heavy and complete...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 February 1837

NOT T II K GLORY OF C JE S A It ; HOT THE WELPA HE O F It O M E. BY II. I?. STACY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1837. voir,. X No. 503 REV. DR. BEECIIER. Every truly great man has some peculi arities which mark his character. Hut no man living probably hag stronger- charac teristics, than the distinguished gentleman whose name heads our article. In giving them to our readers briefly, wo would say that wc introduced them not as a burlesque : for no one can have a higher estimate of the oftincss of his intellect, the purity of his intentions, and the power of his elo quence. Dr. IJeeclicr's personal appear ance is very significant. No one would suppose him a man of mind. He is short, and somewhat compactly built. His hair is cuarsc his forrhoud low his eyes small and twinkling his mouth compressed. - We presume no stranger over heard him preach without feeling at first sight disap pointed. When the Doctor enters I lie church it is upon a very fast walk, lie runs up the pulpit stairs wipes his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 February 1837

talc lliu community ; re. open its wounds just closed ; ilo this, if it scorns to you good : lalio 'upon yourselves the awful lospoiisibihty but you tliail novorclo it with my cow-mil, nur without my solemn protest. Mr. Wright, in reply, observed that ho should not argue the lull sit this time II" had at present, hut one duly to perforin, which was to report the hill. IIu would say nynm. that tho Finance Coininitleo considered the iiiiioniii, oDiu oi iuvouiiu ii ii ii e.xnwiuiuMiT, i for tho coming vo.r.so entirely dependent I thoaclion of Cnin'ress, thai, Imvoi.d llio doe- uniorits alreadv nuihu tables ol'mombcis, the I commiltcu could .statu no valuable fact for j their oonsiduraliuu. Ilu would, move Unit (Ho lull liu made the special order oi iho day lor Thursday noM, and thai, in thu mean Unit tllo statement which hail neon pro-emeu in company with thu hill uiiaht hu primed. 'J ho printing having heen ordeied. Mr. D.1. vis observed, th.il this measure w is one of groat importanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 February 1837

V P. 1 1) A V M O II N 1 N 0, FHIMtUAKV 10. IMPORTANT FROM MUX I CO. Ufv VnitK. Feb. -I. Wo haiccnnirifcd uill a f.ciitlc.uan who m lived from Mexico, in the Ann Fiir.a, yesterday, and who gives us muci. inicr-Mint; il formation not to bo oblninoil finm llio Mexican fnpers. Unsays that u p.opoiition was actually Hade in CongicM, u few dais before lie loft, to de clare war against (lie United State, on llio gionnd of the occupation of Nacogdoches and ae.iatnnce rendered the Tcxam. The proportion was under dUcns-ion when hu left, the icfiill ofcoiiife lie does not know, I" lllc belter opinion w.iMhat it would be icjccled by a large majority, all the reasonable members and ofli. cials being opposed lo il.fiieli as Toinel, Al.unan, Goroslka, and oll.es. The hostility l" llio Unilcd Suites is among the piicsts and their paili.ans. Our informant was in lh city of Mexico when Buslanientoai riled; no rejoicings took place, and his reception so far f.om being enlhnsiasl.c, was not even cordi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 10 February 1837

From tlio Nov Voik Amulet. THK SAI511ATII 14VL. 1IVMISS KMZAI1KTII BOOAI1T. "Those CH'iiinr hella, ihnse ruiiiii!,' bells, ! "How in my n tnlc tlu'ir tnu.in cU "Of jiuiili, .mil lioinc, mill lli.il impel limo "When last 1 lic.inl their toolhinj chime." '' lis Siibbaih rvn is romp with foothiiis power, Vo shed ils inllucncp o'er I lit twilight hour. ' IiiIipiI die dip tit filly carps of life llie scene i' mippi mill solemn, liiiiiiiiil and sticiiC. I'lin toilj of liiiiitc(i?, mill the "limn nfmen," V st it fur ihe tuoritinc urn In i iffi 115:1111. t 'impended nip ihp. Ihiiii" (if parnal raio. 1'lip spli it of dpuilion f ypry where. I'liile fliiinlvs into ieelf, wilhin the hp.iit, mbit ton d.ue not lis uilil hopes impart. While hi ihp rliimiha of ihp "pvrnins bells," 'Hie filcnt voice of tnc 1 elision dwells Reliitimt, urn. our aspiration giipn Tn ihpp, wiih Ips of p.iiiIi :nul nioic of llcuven, How flmiiid wo foci ilin vmiily I lint lies On nil this world's lipi, hishwt doslhiipn: Ho...

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