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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 July 1869

r.M Tn Othor mAm tmmm n,r,-,r mmmlmmmm i.ifto , l.ft nnrrno,l -UI. thnir ! t THE DEMOCRAT. edited am) rt ausiTEr. irf . E. Van Yalkeiibiirslt. Ti.urB.1n, .Inly VU, isao. Our neipUors of the Enullican . . M their anxiety to solve the question n, fnwt,nn,c,u , ; : j . n r mark, and to free their own rarty from the blame of such an atrocious uro- ! cecding, shoot wide of the r - I mark iu their attempts at statements of fact. As their line of argument rests on an error, or a misconception of facts, their deductions and conclusions are neces sarily erroneous. There is no eeod reason why the editors of lb 3 Ji pub- Htnm should be ignorant ef anything pertaining to the recorded acts of the iate board of trustees of Plymouth corpoiAtiun. unless they seek their in formation among the falsehoods cir culaed previous to the late towD election ; 'or surely the record will not furnish facts such ai they deal out to the public fjr truthful statements on that subject. The last isue of (he Republic...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 July 1869

! .4 4 THE DEITOCRaT. News About Home. Tub BauL building has beta nev ly painted; 0.87G,W3,210 whortleberries io market. Circuit Cuirt next Monday, Hon. A. L Osborne, judge. Westervelt & Co., in another col umn, make a few remarks worthy of attention. Michael Dowskv, Esq., the good looking treasurer of Marshall county, wa9 in town this week. Rocketier Standard. Kiji! A NUMBER of our youDg people vis ited LaPorte, last wek, to attend the oratorio of Esther. They had a pleas ant time. Grand Master Rice will accept our thanks for a copy the proceedings of the Grand Lodge of F. & A. M. of Indiana, for 1P69. The wall which supports the side walk and awning in the rear of Cor bin & Benson's brick block, has been repaired. G. F. Benson and lady left for Boston last Friday. Mr. B. thinks the sea-shore will have a beneficial offect uron his health. We hope it may. Prof. Jackson requests us to an nounce that he will be in thU place on Monday or Tuesday of next week, for the purpos...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 July 1869

Watching: the President, The prop leoy of a larjje number of in telligent politicians, that it would not be lontT before President Grant would be ' Johnsonized " by the Radical majority in CuMTCi seems to have become a veri ty. It is not charged that General Grant has in any manner opposed the Radical reconstruction policy, but the ultraist al ready complain that he does not enforce the last Congressional onlcrs in regard to the reconstruction of Virginia, Mississippi and Texas, in iln-ir own malicious spirit. They exported that the President would understand the last reconstruction laws either as meaning no reconstruction at all, or as exclusively Vading to an ultra Radi cal representation of these States in Con gress. It MM be plain to everybody now, as it was plain to us long ago, that the last reconstruction laws would have been re garded as a finality, if by the aid of the Executive and by the interference of the military commanders, Virginia, besides adopting the general const...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 5 August 1869

WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1869. NUMBER 48. PLYMOUTH POETRY. THE PRINCE TS DEAD ! BY HELEN HrST. A room in UM palace i shnt ; The kin? And the queen are Hitting in black ; All day. weeping servants will rnn and ring. But the heart of the queen will lark All tliinp. and the eyes of the king will ewim With War that may not be shed. But will make all the air float dark and dim. As he looks at each gold and silver toy. And thinks how it gladdened the royal boy : And dumbly writhes while the courtiers read llow all the nations his -orrow heed. The Prince is dead ! The hut has a door, but the hinge is weak. And to-day the wind blows if back : ThTe are two sitting there who do not speak They have begged a few rags of black. They are hard at work, though their eyes are wet W'ith tears that may not bu shed : They dare not look where the CMM is set. They hate the sunbeam that play on the floor. But makes the baby lauirh out no more ; They tool as if th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 5 August 1869

V THE DEMOCRAT. I). I Vnii Yalkwiburgli. iiimm.Ii), AwgwaJ 5, IfMktf. mWWAtMM IN TKSXKSSBB. Tbc campaign in the reconstructed täte of Teeneasec not only waxes War, but is already intensely hot. The iodieatii ns now are that the priv- j ileged c'asses there (wc mean those who, by the reconstruction infamy, are j entitled to vote. )are heartily .-,ict of tue ! disfranchise Bent of their best citizens, while southern doogh-facea and north- j era scalawagi control the state and lo-; cal government. Not onlv do the gen oral premonitions of the cauvass indi cate a beaJlfca change in the sentiment of the southern people, many of whom have beta reconstructed on the ba:is of Idyaltjr, but the. fact that the radical fanden in Tennessee have reeeutly so licited a public endorsement frOM the al inet at Washington, is indicative of i he lear.- of defeat which possess them. Botb of the candidates for governor i t Tennessae uro republicans. One is conservative republican. in favor of repealing all...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 5 August 1869

nrill RlYflluTR AaT üewi About Home. New wheat 81,101,20. B. ft. Thayer, Esq., Im returned from his eastern trip, lookiog hearty as ever. Tftl1 M E Sociable meets next Tuesday evening at the residence of C. T. Mattingly. A yröll weighiug 11 pounds was t aught with hook and line anovc . 1 3 n uicuaui,uu luisudj, l'i Y Mouth is a good süärket huck- leberries have been celling at from SI to 94 while iu Chicago they were only b ' riss f 1 50 to SI 75 A differ- O CT ence. SkI advertisement of M Livery Sta ble for ale," in another column of to- day's paper. Doc. is bound to go west, and will sell his livery stock and fix - tures at a bargain. A bio ox, said to weigh 4,540 tb.,jed jtg araU0Uji labors, the presiding Se was on exhibition three days of last j niu3 ar)d aw.;vcr descends upon them week, in this place. It was a noble 1 io haj0 0, glory aud paternally pro fellow, and all who missed Peeing it, nounces tb benediction, "BlvMje, Tin rn spline nnp nt r ir nnei snei- 1 f . K- . 1 T 0 J...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 5 August 1869

Sketch of the Democratic Candidate for Dorernor of Pennsylvania The Hon Aa Park r was liorn in lNtMi, in Groton, N v Uabon county, Conn pvand in 1822, With his outfit strapped ina knap sack on lii back, reaaoved to Springville, SuMpi. hanna county, Pa., and apprenticed himself to i carpenter of that Tillage On arriving .it the age f 81, with his scanty savings be porenwed a small lot of land upon the upper waters of the Susquehan na, and settled down as fanner. In 1833 he remored to the Lehigh valley, and, as master f his own host, engaged in the transportation of coal from Manch ( hunk to Phil idelphia. The managers of tin Lehigb Coal and Navigation Company, attracted by the energy and industry of Im Packer, aeenred his services tor the corpora ion at a liberal compensation, and in 1856 Am and his brother, R. W. Packer, aided by an uncle, established themselves at Manch Chunk, in the gen . :;il merclianilise business. The ca-h capital of the firm was only $.",0M, but in I -hurt tim...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 12 August 1869

-T - PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. X 1 . VOLUME XIV. POETRY. ZOT REAPER. BY If ATM AN D. CRN ER. Du l ow- cif hadow aud brightness neet r thf wem dt yeUowlag wheat. With a ill aatkr pow where Ike white bom reata Ob Itto flrftefl glory of Roldea crest Whilr a livelier hne. a- tlx warm South blow. With wave on wave to the orchard flow. Kar to the right, a brown-armed row, I -ce the stalwart reaper go Their shoulders rising and falling free, like swimmers that -port in a MM Mi While here and there a scyt he-blade's Mm Pips like a dolphin, and round them play ; And the jocund shout of the Harvest Home Floate, mellow and deep, from the jasper MM Straight to the verge of our shaded path, fn regular windrow -weeps the swath. Par behind it dretches away. Plumed at the -ides by tawny pray. And opening. I--ugthening on to u. Like the Red Sea path of the Exodus. Through the shallowing waves, n- the griiy-lx-ardi-re-1. Paster and fuller now -wing the steel. With a Aery flash, a the sunbeams writhe ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 12 August 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. F.DITED A.N D Pt BUSHED BT D. E. Van Yalkcnburgh. Thnndny, Attgrtt 13, IH.y, j The editors of the Republican de vote a weary column and a half of its last issue to the consideration of Cor poration affairs. The article is mainly distinguishable in the first part for a childish misapplication of our remarks of the week previous, and in the end by a promise that in the future they will ri'frain from taxing the patience of their readers by the weakness of their effusions on this subject. While the candid reader cannot but condemn the lack of candor which characterizes the first part of their article, he will certaiuly thank them for the promise of a more tender regard in the future for the feelings of their readers. The only point which the Repub lican makes, if, indeed, it miht be call ed a point, is based upon a typograph ical error which appeared in our arti cle, wherein the word '"bridge"' wp.s printed instead of ''street," This oc curred in our statement that the ap ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 12 August 1869

TltE ilÜCEAT.tert Jews About Home. Circuit court adjourned until next Monday. The Annual Fair of the Marshal County Agricultural Society wM be held at the Grounds of the Society on Sept. 88, 24, 2 j. A lad about eight years of age, ion of Tobias Wise of this place, was vlrowned in the Elkhart River on Tues day last. Elkhart Ex. We had intended to give our readers a digest of the corporation ordinances, this week, but a press of o;her matter crowds it over until another issue. The man who manufactures the locals and " such." has been under the weather two or ihree days, which . I will account for the absence of the , usual amount of ltcal matter. See advertisement, in another col umn, of Great Bargains in Millinery goods. Mrs. James wishes to go .cast and offers to sell her stock at remark ably low figures. j State Prison South. No change will bo made in the officers of the State Prison South. The charges against the warden and chaplain are pronounc- ed the veriest bosh. The director...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 12 August 1869

Victory for the White Man in Tonne, The malignant in the Cabinet at Wash ington must contemplate the result of their inierierertce wnn uh icwbhc campaign with lively satisfaction. They committed the Administration to the Btateaeal that the Radicals in that State n presented the only true Republican par ty, and that the Administration at Wash ington desired their success, and would employ its influence and authority in their behalf" This has been done. The Presi dent may fairly be supposed to have sanc tioned such action, because he could have prevented it with a word, and, if it did not meet his approval, it was his duty to interfere. If the men controlling the Cabinet and the President know of what they speak, and tell the truth, the Administration and the Republican party have just met with a crushing defeat in Tennessee. In 18t7, Governor Brownlow was elected over Knurs, m Etheridge by 51,936 majority, and in the Legislature the Republicans had i majority of e hty -three in the H...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 19 August 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. 1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1869. VOLUME XIV. Nl'MBEB :. i S - r I ; POETRY. MILKING. BY CELIA THAXTKB. Limt d.in cowto Um apjle-tre tic I Chefin-.' Um cud f if riVcii.W, I that am milkiuK you. sit by your US. Lost in a -wl ivtropctluu. Par oVr he Hckl th Uli dawios bliuh warm. Kor rosy th sunset U dying ; Arrow Mm Mill valley, o'er the m'.uw aini farm, The tbwh of its beauty is lying. White foanr the milk lu the pail ut my feet. Clearly the robin are caH'mic ; Softly blows th- eveatsg wind after the heat. Cool the lonj: shadows are falling. Little dun row. ti no tranquil and tweet ! Are vou liirhf-heartod. I wonder? What ma jam think about Komethin;; to eat? On clover and gr do you pond jtt I am rememberm;? lay tliat are dead. And a brown little maid in the gloaming. Milking her row. with Ihe went burning red Over waes that about her were foamiag. Up from the end eat the dear, hadowa gloomed Out of the diM.inct; and found her; Lightly -he san...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 19 August 1869

I MCST HAVE KV BOOK tKTTXEO, AND MIT,T HAVE MONKV. ii. B. DicKsojr. n?-o: A. t ALLEM AS d- C6. THE DEMOCRAT. KDITKD ANT) ?l LISnET BY Ik Van Valbenburgh. Tiirday, August IS, Nf board tf trustees, a large portiou of whom would probably be icstrained of their perooal liberty if the ordinance were strictly enforced in all its points. Section 14 enacts that, ' It shall be unlawful for any person owning-, or B i having the custody or care of any By-Ltwi and Ordinances of tue Cor porate Town of Plymouth, Mar.hall rua at ;a w;tll;n tie Corporate lims lonty, Indiana I u 1. 1 1 I. . tl ta- An . .r THE STATE. For the Democrat. Eds Democrat: There is said to be a difference between wit and humor. j Another Ohio draw-bridge i3 agi Although many may think the differ- tated at New Albany. ecce slight, still therj is a difference Solomon Coffman, an old citizen of Putnam county, dropped dead while sitting in a chair conversing with ome frieuds at his residence. Deeeas- corn 19 scarce. ed was far a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 19 August 1869

THE MJWnUT. Sews About Home. Kcd-hot the Weather. Circuit Court L ia session posi tively, without reserve. New wheat is coming in town fieely, and is of excellent quality. We are under obligations to Sig mund Mayer, Esq., fur a late Ken tucky paper. John C Brioüs, Esq., is lying se riously ill of a fever at his father's residence, in this place. Brick Pomeroy, of the New York Dtmocrat, passed through this place one day last week. Tue C. C. k L. railwav will in a fdiort time commence track. fencing their Merrill Williams, of Argos. raised, the present season, S04 bushels Springdale wheat, on thirty acres of ground. Travel on the P. F. W. & C. R. W. has of late been so heavy that the eatiog house at this place has been running to its full capacity. There is a mark-id increase in the travel on the different railroads, which bespeaks an early opening of fall trade. The citizens of Plymouth and vi c'nity are to be enlivened by the ap pearance of Prot. Clarinda's Musical Troupe, on to...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 19 August 1869

IJMBBMMnaiaBBBBBWSaaaMn A Scathing Review of the Present Administration. Washington Correspondence of the Cincinnati Com mercial (Radical). A mom inn gust sweeps down upon u daily from Long Branch. It is dis gust. Forney continues to edit Grant's cigar stumps and the hours of Mrs. Grant's baths. These things are ambrosial to sveophants; they are nauseous to sound stomachs. I hum my cigar stumps no shorter than Grant's. Yoiir wile keeps herself as clean with ablutions as the Mistress President. Why so much fanfar onade? If details must be told, the news comes of the latter lady, that she is hang ing to Grant's arm at Long Branch with rrerf step he takes, like a broken sprig of dogwood. How else woidd;she be known as the lady of the President?" Certainly. The President, what of him v Grant, turning his administration into holiday, sends for his stud. The velvet sands of Long Branch have not felt their magnetic, spanking tread. Grant without a horse, loses his electrieity. The horses w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 26 August 1869

W.T .H .H .J PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT VOLUME XIV. POETRY. l TWiLiaiu .vr.tfoitv. .'s" v fcM the twilight -1äujvs hr, r aia-iiknocv nwOl.iw litrl. wi iw Ihejtsgels On.- T oin'. uV lumps of night 'lam litvl." uy lurling whispered, And 1 loiijf eoaraeo to leep;" lcM,l(l boa-- the ruhiu calling, Fi')oi tli'j -h.ulows lau and dorp. ' HoU foe "ii j our ho-om. mother:"' f tint nid row her whispered word?, Rtt xnm.- thov held the mu-ic Of j. KMAM etlgirig hin!-. And I hrtd. her to mv haasSt, CTomc a',- lint niv aching breast, b.ti. ih. .u :h.T-arm- about hT .oo.fl opt ooth Iht into teat, ,k Si.n-Hv dtr old cradle ballad That yon iwdt sitnr to mo A h ! .. i linked mi' into planter Ami r -at upon jronr knee." Thea! n' the simple ditty i a (.td familinr air. Whita my eyes were Uitu nnl bündeti Bj the - tb.it .'atltoied there : ' ".Hf my child. He still :ind tsaaber, iloiv aiiL' N guard thv bed. He vnlv btifsnngM iritno' unbe (lently Mlhg on ihj nea-l." Xli.-ii "s"t shoiie- oh so softly ! -t mm...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 26 August 1869

aga - - j , . 1 ; - . , -- 1 - j THE HEMOCItAi. D. B. Van Valketttargh. I ... TUE Vi RPO .ATIOX. The R publican, aod Mveral oancr? I ' OUtCldC of Oar COn sir. seem eensidera- ! . . ' . o cABuietu oi u cut bMtu:ta uron the Corporation aatboritiet of a tr town. We arc ct COUrse. dill -errv lt WP I are compel!- to distntb tbesj gentle, j men. du: ncvcrtJ.eies? must discnarcrc iur duty sj a public joarnaltst, otber-w.-e OtU readers would eostidcr them nehrei nnfatrlv treated. lue present uorporaltofl aaminisirt tion came iu: do power with a rand j liourish. and proftuc pronieei of re fornix, improvement( aud retrench-1 meat. That was all very good, and if ; will be still better if tbej make those promise- good. 80 far flu y hr. j I natty failed in every rtsject, and we j very properly complained ot their fail-1 ure. v e auu.-u. ate a failure tniouch- out their administration, and exneet to i . - 1 note down tbrir shortensainnL ar.d 0. , rit. up the fall record of them at the lose of the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 26 August 1869

1 TME MMCIAT. Sews About Home. Have you seen the Comet? PLEasAST to have a visitor read copy over tbe compositor's shoulder, and 'give instructions as to how the nme houli bo pet. ? ' , j . Taw nnorf has been cropounuea in . tt ia 1 our hearing several times within the ( atfpw davs- Where dd that unci past tew üays 7ra come trom inat . its appearance on Michigau treet . 1 , , 1 Wl are informed that trie law re.s ative to cleaning the street every Tri mentthis week. The opportunity he . . nt rmrc ' now presents must be tmproveu at once nu r. . Am ' or forever lost. September is the- hit month he will remain here. Do not forget the county fair. Every " , j ... rmer, every merchant ana eve.j iarmer mechanic has adcep interest in u , cepa. and should look to it. L.nn 5 nnA ftf the r eat 1" . .. , , ! natured men in the world, but even j his good-nature haa a limit, and he will 1 certainly demonstrate that fact if some old acorc3 are not settled up soon. He wants money and rausthave it. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 26 August 1869

f I I The Valiiiiirton ' Regency." Tt is not a pleasant spectacle at a time Bke this to witness, atfwhatlpains the Chief Magistrate is to take as little pari in the tlutii-s of the Executive office a- hejpos sibly can contrive. 'When military sat rap like Canbv. in Yinriuia, arc threatening to upset a State Government, jnst created by the peopk th rc with Federal onViab likr Marshal Harlow, here, opposing Stale judicial process with Federal guns, it scarcely becomes the Preside! to be act in-; as if be ha 1 abdicated bifl oAee, and was qnitc indifferent as to what rjntrages the bad, or weuk.Jor foolish men around or about him put upon the people. Inthi-way.it comes to pas-, that his Becwtary of the Treasury, Mr. BcmtweH, plays fast and loOttB with the Wall str T stock johbefi and fold gamble r& The merchant and business men eooaplaia but the President, who ouirht to have some influence over his C'hancelloj of the Exchequer, neither bears nor heeds, even if he understands. DffAga...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 September 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1869. NUMBER 52, POETRY. norm and covino. BT EDWABD A. JINKS. I. Ctoivo the grent round Sr.n, Dragging the captive Day Ov.-r l.'hin:l the frowning hill. Over beyond the bay Djlsg: Coming -the du-ky Night, Sil.-ntlv stealing in. CHooaBj drapinc the oft. warm conch Whore the golden-haired Day had been Lyinir. n. (Join? -the bri jht. blithe Soring: Blossom ! how fast ye fill. BSMatauj out of your tarry nky Into the darkness all Blindly!" Coming the mellow dar; Crfcnsas :inl yellow leaves; Langnihim: purple and amber fruits Kissinsr the boarded aTaasVai Kindly! m. Q incr our early friend: Voleai we lowed an inks Fo ttatefM jrrow dim in the morning dew; Painter the echoes come Kininj: "omin?to join our march Shoulder to hon!der pressed: (Js ay-tnired nlMHi trike tlvir tents J For the far-off purple West Sinking! IV. Coing thi old. old life : ''autiful world! farewell! VlHM and meadow ! rivur and hill ! King y...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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