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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 December 1857

1L11JUJB!1"-L1J,.,. WJBUJig. CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1857. NO. 4L THEO. BAftTIIOLOW, (Successor to fiartbolow & Williams,) Forwarding ' and Commission MERCBNAT, AKD BTEAMBOT AGENT. THANKFUL for the very liberal patronage extended to Bartliolow & Williams for the past season, I respectfully ask a continuance )of same, pledging myself to use my best exertions to merit the same. Ihavesafeand ample room for every description of storage. (jgp Office second door above Thomson, Lew is & Co. . - I am also in the market paying cash for every description of Produce, or will ship per account of Farmers. T. B. Dec. 25, 1856 DENTISTRY. 1 nil. a . e. bou ironr would respectfully inform the citizens of Fayette anil vicinity, that he is at his eld stand, where he expects to remain until some 1hing new turns up. He will put in Full or l'ntfial 8ettg of Artificial Teeth mounte...

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. — 10 December 1857

GLASGOW WEEK L Y TIM E S KANSAS AFFAIRS. 7it 1nUConttililion Meding at Lavrenc. According (o previous notice, a meeting wis held at the Unitarian Church in Law rence, Kansas, on the 19ih int., fur the purpose of considering the action of the late Constitutional Convention. E. D. Whitman was chosen Chairman, and Norman Allen Secretary, wl t, efler remarks by Generul Jim Line, Charles Robinson and others, Uie following resolutions were unanimously Adopted. We copy from the LawreDce Re publican Extra, of the 20th: Whireas, A body of men, claiming to act as a Constitutional Convention, nave presumed to frame a State Constitution for Kansas, without submitting the same to a Vote of the people; And whereas, They were elected by a small minority of the people of this Terri tory, and represent interests that were sig nally defeated by an overwhelming vote in the recent Uctober election; And whereas, They have framed a parti znn Constitution, obnoxious to the people, and have originated a vi...

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. — 10 December 1857

GLASGOW WEE K. LY T I M E S SUBLISHkD BVERY THURSDAY MOItKIMO S CLARK H. GREEN, ' AT ONE DOLLAR PER ; ANNUM tSTSub.icr ptions promptly dicoiitinur'l at the expiration of the time paid for. " ' ADVERTISEMENTS lasertod attheusualratcs. A liborMiecounUo Yearly Advertisers. JOB WOIlEt, .f every description promptly executed at shorl notice, on reasonable terms. "7 A'lTlTS Vs. " V. B. pAtMEBis our ourlhorizcd Agent InNew York. nnjton,in 1 l'luladelplna. . G. Boauuhan, Linneus. G. II. BuRCKtiAnT, Iluntsvulo. . Wavland A. Co.,Koanoko. '.'. .Thos, G. Shasp, Blonmitifdon. J. II. Penny, Penny's P. 0. Toweli. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. . Q. H. Hobble, Trenton. (J"Postma3torsjeneraly are requejtedtoact i agents. l5gAU gents ire requested to remit by mail whenevcrthey have convenient amount. GLASGOWMISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Deo. 10, 1857. r , . . Look for the X. A oross (thus X) 1'nmediately before the name, tignifiesthnt the time paid For has ex pired. - .'j ).. ' Wotioa This. ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 December 1857

!' --. - From tlx Resister. ptEUTYtO WEAR AND PLENTY TO DO i tii i Soma people there tra . ' Who haa nothing to wear, And ethers have nothing' to do ) ; Young ladiet of fashion ci , ... With thousands to dash on, And young men in their purplo and blue. .v.o.T..: - Vfl ,r Yeiing girls with their Incei 'And lily-while face Their chains and (heir bracelet of gold. And their beaui ever thinking 3"" Off moking and drinking,' Aai a thousand auch vices untold. ; The languishing maiden - i . - , . -With wardrobe laden 1 Wiln robea that make nests for the mice; ' : ,' ;.She -can wear them no more, Shehaa worn them before And 'til vulgar to wear a dreis twice. Be the cost what it may, Cast the" bright thing away Display net its beauties agaiay Though papa may scold, " -' Yet mother'll uphold ! Lest 'tis said thai "your daughter is plain." 'Tis tho wny the world goes, And the way to catch beaux, Young gallants of elegant leisure, v , Who have "nothing to do" . Dirt drink, smoke and chew, And g...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 December 1857

w jV 4 r VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1857. NoliT ''il,w',w',-wygg!! THEO. BARTHOLOW, , (Successor to Barlliolow k Williams,) Vor ward Ing ami Commission MERCHMT, AND STEAM BOT AG EXT. rpHANKFUL for the very liberal patronnfte J. extended to Bartholow & Williams for the toast season, I respectfully ask a continuance ot game, pledging myself to use my best exertions to merit tne same. I have safe and ample room for every description of storage. (J5 Office second door above Thomson, Lew- it & Co. I am also in the market pnyinjr cash for every description of Produce, or will snip per account er farmers. Dec. 25, 1858 DENTISTRY. nt a . .' nnl l.TO would tespectfully inform the citizens of f IT.vnlla anA vtointi V. Itlftt lie t ftt his old stand, where he expects lo remain umn some thins new turns up. He will put in Full or Partial Setts o Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure and warranted to remain firm in the mouth, and to be worn without in...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 December 1857

TBS PBESIDENT'B MESSAGE. IAKS 11 A I'D CTAH. It ii unneccessary In itale in detail (he lnrmiriR condition of the Territory of Kan sas at the time of my inauguration. The opposing parties then itood in hostile array aguint each other, nnd any accident miRht hare relighted the flames of civil war. be aides, at this oritioal moment, Kansas win left without a Governor by the resignation of Gov. Geary. On the 19h of February previous, the Territorial Legislature had passed a law providing for the election of delegate! on the third Monday of June to convention to meet on the firit Monday of September, lor the purpose of framing a Constitution preparatory to admission into the Union. rhii law was in the main fair and just; and it it to be regretted that all the qualified electors had not registered themselves and voted under its provisions. At the lime of the election for delegates, an extensive rganizalion existed in the Territory, whose avowed object it vra, if need be, to put down the l...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 December 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. THE GLASGOW TIMES. CBLllHtD EVERT THBRSDAY MORS1HO T CLARK H. GEEEN, AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IX' VARIABLY lit ADTASCKi 1ST Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid f or. jJ ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at the usual rates. A liberaldlsoount to Yearly Advertisers. JOO WORK, f every description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. V. B. PAimeaisour ourthorized Agent in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. C. BoAniiiAN, Linneus. O. H. Buiickhart, Huntsville. Wayland & Co., Roanoke. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomingtoo. J. H. Pknny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilsox, Marshall. O. H. Hubble, Trenton. ffyPiMtraastersBiicrally are requestedtoact s agents. fljy All agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Deo. 17,1837. Look for the X A cross (thus X) immediately before the name, tignifiesthat the time paid for has ex pired. Notice This. Her...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 December 1857

G L A S G O W VV E E K L Y T I M E S . Sad ii Growing Old, John. BY J. ft. A. WOOD. Ay, Dad ii growing old, John, Hit eyes are getting dim, And year have on hu sliould.rs laid A heavy weight for him; But you and I are young and hale, And each a stalwart man, And we mutt make his load at light And easy as we can. , He used to take the brunt, John At cradle and the plow, And earned our porridge by the sweat That trickled down the brow; Yet never heard we him complain, Whatever his toil might be, Nor wanted e'er a welcome seat Upon his solid knee. But when our boy strength came, John, And sturdy grew each limb, He brought us to the yellow field, To share the toil with him; 13ut he went foremast in the swath, Tossing aside the grain Just like the plow that henves the soil, Or ship that shears the main. New wo must lead the van, John, Through weather fcul and fair, And let the old man read and doze, And tilt his easy chair; And he'll not mind it, John, you know, At eve to tell us o'er Th...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 December 1857

avatar t hi j) SitEe. VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1857. NO. 43- T II E 0 . BARTHOLOW, (Saceeuor to Bartholow ts. Williams,) Forwarding and ComminiOD MERCRNAT, AND STEAM BOT AGENT. mtlANKFUL for the verv liberal natronnire X extended to Bartholow k Williami for the past season, I respectfully ask a continuance of tame, pletlgingfnyself to uie my belt exertion! to merit the lame. I have safe and ample room for 'every description of storage. (tgr OBlce eecond door above Thornton, Lew It ECo. I am also in the market paying caih for every description of Produce, or will ship per aecount of Farmers. T. B. Dec. 25, 1858 DENTISTRY. DR. A. E. BOfJI.TOX would respectfully inform the citizen! of Fayette and vicinity, that lie is at his Aid stand, where he expects to remain until some thing new turns up. He will put in Fnll or Partial Setts of Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure and warranted to remain tirm in the mouth, and to be worn without incon venien...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 December 1857

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE PRESIDENT 3 MESSAGE. Recommends a Pacific Rail JIoad, Long experience lia deeply convinced me that o strict construction of tlie 'jwwers granted to Congress Ulna only true, at well as the only sale, theory of tlie constitution. Whilst this principle sinll guide my pub lio conduct. I consider it clear tlmt under the war-making power Congress may ap propriate money l or the const rue! ion of a military road through the Territories of the United Slates, when this is, absolutely .ne cessary for the defence of any of the States against foreign invasion, The 'Constitution has eonfered upon Congress the power "lo declare' War, "Id raise and support armies" to provide and maintain a navy, and to call forth' the militia to "repel invasions." inesenign sovereign powers necessarily involve important and responsible public duties, and among them none is so saoreri and imperative as that of preserving our foil I rein the invasion of a foreign enemy. The constitution has,...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 December 1857

GLASGOW .WEEKLY TIMES. SCSMSHKD EVEBY TU VRSDAY M0HMMO BT CLAEK H. GREEN , AT ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM INVARIABLY IW ADVANCE, Xajp Subscnptionspromptly discontinued at the , expiration or. me mue puiumi.si . ' inilRTIimiHtl " tassrtad at the usual rates. A iibernldiscount to -r - - I early Advertisers. . . JOB WOItK., tt evsrydeicrlptionpromptly executed at short . i- - ..niAhiihlnlnPlnl , r . I : ' A K. It s ' ' f V B. PAt.MEaisour ourthomed Agent ihft York,Boston,and Philadelphia. C. Bsm'iona, Linnens. G. H. Bjckhabt, Huntsnlle..,,. Wavland & Co., Roanoke. Twos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Penny, Pnny' P. O. Powsll & Co., Cambridge. ' - W. A. W11.SON, Marshall. ,, n H Himni.E. Trenton. (tyPostraasters.jenorally are requfstedtoact t aeenta. , . - ' 1 . KarA.llagnts-irero,iiested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Deo. 24,1857. Look for tha X. A cross (thus X) immediately before the . name, tigmuesthat the tune paia lor n...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 December 1857

ft . 1 .. POBTBT FOE THK TIKES. "I TBI tBL W1TB TBI CALICO PB1SS. A tt for your flsshy, fin girts, . mhii tnetr velvets ana satins, and laces, iheir diamonds, and rubies, and pearls, And Ihtir milliner finger and Incel, They soar shine at a party Or ball, - EmblaEoned with half they possess; But give me in place of them all, My girl with the calico dress. he ia plump as a partridge, and fair As tb rose in its earliest bloeoa; Met teeth with the Wry compare, And her breath with the clever perfume; Her step is as free and as light As the fawn which the hunters hard press And her eye is aa soft and as bright, My girl with the calico dress. , Tour dandies and foldings nay sneer At her simple ana modest attire, ' But the charms she permits to appear Would set awhole iueburg on fire; She can dance, b it she never allows The hugging, the squeeze, the caress, Bhe is saving all those for her spouse My girl with the calico dress. She Is cheerful, warm hearted and true, And kind to her father ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 December 1857

Hill -it m HWH I !! Ml I -I I l. -I - - 1 : -. L---.-.L-.-----J1 J U IJ-L-J-111L U-.l JL.X-..,IJLl.JJi.-OUXIMaJI!!M yJ1 V J . . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.' . J VOL. 18. t ; :: ; J j:;..: a;.r GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1857. NOV 44. TJIEO.'BARTH.OLOW,. ''(Successor to Bartholow i Williams,) ; ' Forward Ins and Coniniimlou MERCHNAT. and steam bot AGENT, THANKFUL-for the very liberal patronage extended to Bartholow at Williams for the past season, I respectfully ask continuance f auie, pledging myself to us my best eitertiona to merit the amc. I bare safe and ample room for very description-or storage. ' ?p- Office second door above Thomson , Le w ia &. Co. ' I am also in the market paying cash for every description of Produce, nr will ship per account of Farmers. T. B. Dec. 25, 1868 ' 8MITII' IIOTEI., Gi-lctieaso-w. Md. The nnderaitfned hasODeneda lareeand i' "f i : i . ... a J I COIQUIUI1IUUS flUICI UCIWRII urtuiiu M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 December 1857

4 GLASGOW WEEKLY T I Al E S Got. Walker1! Litter of Kdpiitioa. W make few extract from the lenjthj epistle of Hon. R. J. WIker,vrtiigaing tke Jwsl of Gore mot of KansasTrrilofy.It it aMretsed lo Mr. Case,; Secretary ol Stats, onder dale of December 16,155.7. Spooking of hit resignation, ho says: f I have been most reluotantly forced to tit i a conclusion, after anxious and careful eons id oration of my duty to the country, to the people of Kansas, to the President of the United Stoles," and loihyself.' . ? y fht grounds assumed by the President in lii late mssngb toOngreSs, and in recent instnioiion in connection wilh the event now transpiring hero and in Kaniae, ad monish Me that, as Governor of that Terri tory, it 'will no longer be in my power to preserver the peace or promote the public welfare. -a ., . At the earnest eolicitatlon of ' the Presi dent, uRer repeated refusals, the last being in writing, I Dually accepted this office, up on hi letter showing the danger and diffi cu...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 December 1857

G L A S G O W WE E K L Y T I M E S -'r--i--"- -UI.J ----- soausatD vt tijiUsdat soii0 T .,.CLAEK,H. OBEBS, AT ONE DOLLAR , PER r ANNUM IFAIUAIXY 1ST ADVANCK, Qg' dubs.-riptioDsproinptlr discontinued at tbe expiration ol cnt imepaiaior.gfji 2 i'. IDTIKTIIIMIRII 1 ' : IiMirua attkt usual rates. AiiDtruaucvuui w - Yearly Advertisers. - , '' JOB WOMKi ' .sf every description promptly executed St hort V. B. PALUtunaur ourthorizod Agent InKew York,B-ston,ind Fliuadeipnie. - .. C. Bmsomak, Linneus. O. H. BjacsjHART, UnntiVille. ' -WTtHD ft. Co., Roanoke. , ', Thoi, O. Sharp, Blooroingtoo. , Y , JH. PNr, Penny's P. O., PiwcLt fc Co., Cambridge, ff, A-Wilson, Marshall. : . . f H HcanLK. Trenton. jy P.tinastrsenerally are requested to act stents. . , HgAllenentsirerequested to remit by ne.il whenever tney nave coiiveineimuiumin. . . GLASGOW - MISSOURI. ; Thursday Morrrinjr, Deo. 31 ,1857. ' Look for the X. Aoross(thusX) Immediately before the name, tigniGestkat the time paid for ha ex pireJ. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 December 1857

,1 afc: '"'-'THE YOOlfO VUDOTT. t !. r i ' , - , y aosikt josselyh. .. She is modest but not bashful, ' -' '-". Free and easy, but not bold," (t A.Iik on apple, rip and mellow, . . Not loo young and not toe old Half inviting, ha tf repulsive, Now Advancing and now thy, There is mischief in her dimple; jj ; There s danger in her eye. t"r She has studied human nature; f 8h is iehooltd in all tier arts Sue hat taken bar diploma, , , ; As tne mistress of all hearti, . Ehe can tell the very moment . When to sigh and when to smile; Ot a maid is sometime! charming, But s widow all the while. - ..'a; Are you sdf how very serious. . Will her handsome face become: Are you angry? sh ia wretched, .Lonely, friendless, tearful dumb Are you mirthful? how her laughter, Siiver-soundine will ring out, She can tore, and catch and play you .:'; As the angler does the trout. .. - to Von old bachelors of forty. Who have grown so bald and wisej ! "Young Americans of twenty, Willi the luve-looks In your ey...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 January 1858

eA ? t I .f x V? i if VOL. 18. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1857; NO. 45. TIIEO. BARTHOLOW, IJ, W. WHITE'S HOTEL, ' (Successor to Bartholow fc Williams,) 'Forwarding and Commission 1 NEIICHNAT, AND STEAMBOT AGENT. MIHANKl'UL for the very liberal patronage JL extended to Baitholow L Williams for the pit season, I respectfully ask cont. nuance ;of stine, plcdirinirinyself to us my best exertions to insrit the same, i hare safe and ample room for everv 'leserinlion nf storage. iCitT OIHce second door above Thomson, Lew is it. Co. ' I am also in the market paying cash for every description of Produce, or will ship per account of Farmers. . T. B. Dec.25, 1856 ' DENTISTRY. DR. A. E. BOCIrOIf would respectfully inform the citizens of 1 Favette anil vicinity, that he is at his old stain), where he expects to remain until some thing new turns up. He will put in Full or Partial Setts of Artificial Teeth mounted on Atmospheric Pressure and warranted to remain firm in the mouth, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 January 1858

GLASGOW WEEK L Y' T J MES County Assessment District!. TU KtN KtVKXVS LAW. - Among th important measurss of the list Legislature, wii llie iiew Revenue Law or rather, the Revision ul' lh old Act by wliich variuui provisions were added, wlucli, it is Ihotiglit will increase our rev time at least $100,000 mora limn the a mount raised under the old law, last year. Under tha new law tlia assessors in office, go out, and the mode of assessment is changed. Such sections as relate particu larly to the mode of assessment and the da lies of assessors are annexed. From arti cle 2J, concerning the assessment of pro perty for taxation, we select the following provisions! Sec. 2. The County Court uf each coun ty ol this Stale (excepting St. Louis coun ty,) shall loy off each county into Assess ment Districts, in number not less than four, nor more than six, according to couu ty and congressional township lines, and appoint an Assessor lor each district, on the lirst Monduy in January, ot ench ye...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 January 1858

4 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES THE GLASGOW TIMES. MtLISHED tVEKY TBL'RSDAY MORRIIIO T CIABK H. GREEK, AT ONE DOLLAR PER. ANNUM INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, Subscriptions promptly discontinued at (be expiration of the time paid for.J ADTKBTIIEUKNTS laaarted atthc uaualrates. Aliberaldlicountto Yearly Advertiiers. JOB WORK, t f every description promptly executed at short nonce, on reaionuDic terms. V. B. PALMaaisour ourthoriied Agent InKew v I- ii . . i tii-i iiv.r IvrKrDiiun,anQ ritliaaetpuia. y C. Bo.MOMAM, Linneus. G. H. BJacKHAnT, Huntsville. Wayland & Co., Roanoke. Thos. O. Sharp, Bloomington. J. H. Pewnv, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Miirshalf. O. H. Hobble. Trenton. Jjy Posttnastersxenerally are requesttdtoaet a ajents. Ailments trerequested to remit by mail ernenever they bare convenient amounts. GLiSGOWMJSSOURI. Thursday Horning, Jan. 7, 1858. Hew Tear Say at Fayette, j There was vast esstmllnge of person o.t Fayette, New Year Day, and we were glad to not t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 January 1858

G Ji A S G 6 W W E E K L Y T I M E S CAEMERS ADDRES3 OF THB "QLA3- .;; GOW WEEKLY TIMES.".., JANUARY 1ST, 1858. The world has turned round agsln,strtmge to relate! Notwithstanding the fussing on matters of State, The wars and discussions, the hard, hard times, The struggle of people for dollars and dimes, ' Time heedlessly pushes the ld year along, Till hit laat breath it gone and be closes his song. Well, we're all had enough to keep us In chat; And the Editors! they, 1 believe, have growa fat, On the startling events transpiring thia year; For they find thousands ready to read, and to hear. First, the Comet came round,and made many turn pile, With its very bright head, and extremely long tail; Its twitching, and twisting, around 'raong the stars, First flirtin? with Venus, then talking with Mara, And flying along at such wonderful speed That the people were all much astonished indeed: Had their slumbers disturbed, by their horrified gaze . Meeting Earth and her furniture, all in a...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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