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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 24, 1901. jfarm ant) Pome. TUX BABY TOES. - BY W. E. 8. FAX.ES. • - ' . There were ten little fellows wlio started one 'day '• To make on tlie road of existence their way. To seek for its joys and to meet with its woes, And the name they were known by was Ten rff Baby Toes. ' :KT6: arot in one sock, and declared they were :• .. Bight, And found a fine dwelling, snug pleasant and V 'tight . : And then the five others, of brothers bereft. Jumped into another, and said they were Left. With each, Master Big Toe,: he marched at one side v'--\":-':- (Two Big Toes were brothers) to strengthen . and' guide And he is the'stontest of e^Ll the five toes,' As he ought to be, getting such '.'stubs\" as he ' goes. Sometimes Bight was foremost, and left Left . behind, * Then Left in the front, with Bight left TOU would find But however these brothers in rivalry vied. Whenever they rested they stood ride by side. They shared the same burden — the baby above— And mother declared...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 24 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 24. 1901. SPECIAL SALEt- HARVESTING GLOVES. $1.00 quality at........ .85c 80c - \"«• at 68c- 60c \" at 48c. 50c- \" at.... ..40c 75c . \" at .'.58c f SHOES. -f Men's Mahogany Willow Calf Bals, sizes 6j4, 7, 8, 8tf, 9 and 10, ft A OC regular price $3.25—at $£ • £, J We also have a few Baby Shoes in Red which we are closing out at cost. Special Inducements itt Groceries. SMITH-BASSFORD CO., 1 John & Wm. Bassford, Props. | uuuumtamumttnuuatutHutiitmiiiimmtummmiHitiiuitauiiumtiimtuu » :'Follou the-Crowd to Wegener's. as'everyone knows,, calls- for more than the average quali­ ty in goods You might1 just jus Well fool around the time»honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs. There are none better than we keep. Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. You Can't Get Better Than Best. We have The Best' Stook of •Tooth Brashes, and we make the best prices. We boy is largeqnanti-- -ties and buy ti a'dia'count. •YwgeMhebeneflt.- • a. . Xoaget .. v - : Best Goods, y ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE USES | No Patents Nor Plates/ COMPAEE IT WITH OTHER. WEEKLY . PAPERS. ' ••'I -• •Historic,, j ^Cvirfv \" . THE ADVOCATE CLAIMS The Largest Circulation CJT ASt WEEKLY IN* NORTHERN y '. WISC058JJC . 40--N0 21. STURGEON BAY. WIS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1901. tl .50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Cleaned From the Loral Field..' The steamer City of Green. Bay was on the boxes Wednesday, when her new wheel Was put on. , • The tug Duncan City cleared today (Fri­ day) few Milwaukee with a lumber-laden scoijr in tow. . The steambarge Normandie stopped in port Sunday to discharge a small quantity Of hardwood timbers. liieboldt & Wolter have put in a -system of fire protection, having purchased 250 feet o® first-class hose for use in their yard. The little schooner Alert, Capt. Harry Johnson, took a cargo of farm produce to Escanaba from here the first of the week. Among the craft that were windbound in port Sunday and Monday were the schoon­ ers Ottawa, Lizzie Metzner, Z. O. Sim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

V THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST :il. 1901. HOW WOULD TOU . woo? HAVE ME BY X. M. 0AWF.STE11. How would yoiti have me woo you, sweett » Would have me ever near. That I might gaze into your eyes, Those eyes so-bright and clear, - And tell you o'Sr and o'er again v That I love none save you. And constant will be unto death— •Isn't thus you'd ha.ve me woo? Or would you have me poet turn, That I, in tuneful verse. The beauties of your face and form Might to the world rehearse, And in choice words tell how your mind Is pure as morning dew Upon the lily's leaf? O, say, ^ , Is'tthus ybu'd have me woof : : Or would you have me win renown Upon the battlefield? E'en there your love would nerve my arm. And form my safest shield And every stroke of my bright blade The foe should dearly rue.- Or crave for mercy in your name— - Is't thus you'd have me woo? . , For,, sweet, my love for you is such That you my sovereign are. And I your poor but faithful slave, Whom you oan make or mar And there is nought on...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

THK ADVOCATE, AUGUST 31. 1901. •X THERE'S GOOD IN THE WORLD. V ' . HY«CHA8. \\ I.CR1. There's good in this beautiful world, I am V.'.. thinking. In spite of what splenetic cynics may say , Its sweets we forgot, while its bitter we're drinking— , In the gloom of its night we lose sight'of its day • : .• X- When the storm breaks upon us awakening t e r r o r , ' , i ' ' £ We Utter our useless complainings aloud. ' Forgetting the while, 'n our short-sighted , error, • • •• The sutfthat .shines brightly behind every cloud. ' •' There is good in the world- e'en adversity teaches \" A lesson, if we will bnl read it aright— It showB us our friends and exposes the leeches Who' only cling to us when all things are bright. ' Oh, when the dark waves of misfortune) over­ flow us. How-ready are some our mistakes fo.con- demn— 'Xis only 'neath fortune's bright smile some friends know us. And in our misfortune we learn to know • them. -• There is good in the world—ah, yes, never doubt it— \" . ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE, AUGUST 31, 1901. AMONG DOOR COUNTY FARMERS. THE ADVOCATE. Knterfd in th» Poftofflce at Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as stoortrl class niaU matter. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY. WIS. . PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. *1.50 Oneyewr....... . Six months-. i —.... Four months —.50 Two months .85 Single copies ............ .05 BF* Two dollarswill be charged if not paid within the year. . .... . STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, AUG. 81, 1803. The gold'reserve in the United State® treasury is now greater than that of any other government in the world, and steadily increasing in spite of the large expenditures. \" \" Marinette reports the death of a young womaiBwhose taking off is said to hare been due toeating over-ripe fruit. This brought on dysenterywhich the doctors were unable to stay, and tiiexdecline was so rapid that dissolution followed^Wtly afterward. The Democratic Iowa^tate convention, held last week, will fight itSxC^mpaign on the 16 to 1 p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 31. 1901. THE ADVOCATE. 8TDBGEON BAY, SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Regular meeting of the Common Coun­ cil next Tuesday evening. The Board of Education meets in regular session Monday. —Another fine shower of rain fell here at an early hour Thursday . morning, and veg­ etation looks fresh and green in conse­ quence. —Following is tlie advertised letter list: Miss E. Halstcadj Henry Home, Albert Kremers, Mrs. Susan B. McDougall, Jorgen Schinlcen. . —The steamer City of Marquette is billed for an excursion to Menominee on Saturday, September 7th, this being the big day at the agricultural fair. —The attention of farmers is called to the notice published elsewhere concerning the sale and disposal of contract pers. Parties interested should not fail to heed the warn­ ing contained therein. . * —There will be no band concert this Sat­ urday evening owing to the illness of some of the...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

7 THE fAU&tJST^ THE WINDS OP GOD. BF W. H- WINK LEY.- Blow, soft spring winds! Out of the amber West, when down the sky \" The shadows slowly creep, and Heaven's lamps Speak evening nigh. Fan with thy living breath the rousing earth. And let thy voice tell to all drowsy-hearts • The year's new birth. Blow, summer wind! When, after days of drought and sullen heaf. Oat ol the heaped-np clouds there corae« a sound . Like echoing feet. While from the distance, borne on breezy • wings J • 3 y The rain descending on the thirsty'plain, y: ,.y .Its beauty flings. Blow, autumn wind] Out on-the yellow wdods an^.stubble lands, Stir the brown brake and scatter thistledown ' With myriad haniis. \" Sleep after labor, after ttumoil.rest v . By strength and weakness, yea,' by life' and death, . The world is blest. • ,i Blow, winter wind C ' • • Out o'er the tumbling sea roll cloud and mist Boar through bare branches, striking wizard jiiotes , . yy y \" v Where'er you list. Driving the ships an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

THK ADVOCATE, AUGUST 31. Wll. Jfarai anb Point. MUTUAIi ADMIRATION. BT JOBS O. SAXE. . The birds-and beasts, of many climes. Assembled once in pleasant weather •' 'And—aa they used in olden times— .js The creatures held discourse together. jf various matters the.v conversed, As each.one's miud.or mood directed: • The latest rumors were rehearsed The deepest mysteries dissected. But, tendinK downward—in the way Of gossips at an evening party,— \\ The conversation, sooth to .say, . At last grew personal and hearty. - The special qualities of each Most famous animal were quoted . And. for awhile, in fluent speech, : Their high deserts were kindly noted. The Ant for industry was named \"In terms as hearty aa veracious - 1 The Hound, they owned, was justly famed As fleel'of foot and most sagacious. The Bee, for government and thrift, Deserved especial admiration The Parrot—what a wondrous gift The lady had for conversation! \"All this is true,\" the Ostrich said • \"'Tis wondertul how ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 31 August 1901

THE ADVOCATE. AUGUST 31, 1901. SPECIAL SALE! HARVESTING GLOVES. $1.00 quality at 85c 80c \" at : 68c 60c \" at^ .......48c 50c 44 at •. 40c. 75c 44 at :—.58c s S : \\ \\ : •= * + SHOES. + Men's Mahogany Willow Calf Bals,' sizes Jy 7, 8, 8^79 and 10, 00 OC regular price $3.25—at. wZiZu We also have a few Baby Shoes in Red Which we are closing out at cost. Special Inducements in Groceries. SMITH-BASSFORD CO., V John & Wm. Bassford, Props. \"mUUtUUUUUkkUUklUaUUUUUUlkUUUUUUUUUkkikUUiiUikUlkUkUkUUUUUUUUUUm \"Follow the Crowd to Wegener'a.' Busies aa everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali- • ty in goods. You might just •as well fool around thetime-honored buzz saw as to get any but the best drugs. There are none better than we keep. ' Wageiier, Hotel Waldo Corner. You Can't Get Better Than Best. : We have The BeBt Stock of Tooth Brashes, and we ' make the best prices. We buy in large Quanti­ ties and buy at a discount. You get the benefit. , You get Best Goods,. Best P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

•• V- . \" THE ADTOfcATE USES -•V ' No Patents Nor Plates. COMPARE IT WITH OTHEB WEEKLY . . ' PA3FEBS. — TfistoClCft'V Soowit''* : $ THE ADVOCATE (,'iAESIS v ,. The Largest Circulation :i 6p-AS%.WISEItW.IN SORTHEB ' •if-'3 '. wi*coksis. '. 40--NG 22. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1901, .50 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. The Pcwankee'H Close Call. The Chicago Inter-Ocean under date of Siturday last gives the following account of the steambarge Pewaukee's desperate battle with the wind and waves on Lake Michigan, and her narrow escape from foundering in mid-lake: With her spars and smokestack gone, and only a small part of her big deck-load of cedar poles left, the water-logged wreck of the steamer Pewaukee was towed into port at 6 o'clock last evening after a terrific bat­ tle with the gale on Lake Michigan. Her crew of thirteen men, completely worn out after a hard day's work at the pumps, to • keep their steamer from going down under them, lost no time in jumping onto the ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

s THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 7, 1901. THE \"\\VKK SPRIG O' .HEATHER, \" V ' BY JOHN 8. C. ABBOTT. . \" : ,'•- ' Roses. an' orchids, nn' a', are nactliing sne .precious t«e me, As this wee sprig o' faded heather which hx.s iourned across the sea. •,' 1 opened tuy letteran' luiked, an' there, in the inmost fauld, : Lay this wee bit o' Scotia V heather, wh'ch V! \"Auld Lang Syne\" recalled, Days when the.liaiU warl'. seemed safe bonnie. an' bricth, an' wide, Fras my httik i' the fragrant heather, heich on the mountainside The laverock, awa i' the lift, seemed brakin' itshert wi' glee — Wha-Wadna fairly dirl tae hing i' the lift ower the sea • ' Oh! for the smell o' the heather, honeyed, an' dewy, an' Raft, The^ees hung buzzin'ly ower it, fairly ducken an' daft The bluebells Inodded their saucy lieids, as blue as the lift abune. At the lang, straicht, purple foxglove, their: haughty mountain queen. Ebon at the hillside's fit. whaur the fleldB lay yellow and ripe, I could hear the corhcrai...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 7, 1901. HE WASN'T IS IT. \" They bnilta fine church at hi* very door—. He wasn't in it: They brought him a scheme for relieving the poor— ,7 He wasn't in it - » Let them work for themselves, as he had done. They wouldn't ask help of any one. If they hadn't wasted each golden minute— , ' He wasn't in it. ' Bo he passed the poor with haughty tread— - He wasn't in it And he scorned the good with averted head- He wasn't in it.J : When men in the halls of virtue met. He saw their goodness without regret Tod high the mark for him to win it— \"... He wasn't in it. A carriage swept down the street one day— , .He was in it The funeral trappings made a display- He was in it /\" St. Peter received him with book and hell: \"My friend, you have purchased a ticket to- well, Your elevator goes down in a minute.\" \" He was in it. (Inter Ocean Curiosity Shop.) NAPOLEON AS EMPEROR AND PRISONER. BY r. L. STANTON. ! May 18, 180,4, the tribunate aid sen- ate of France proclaimed t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

TI1K ADVOCATE. SKPTEMBKR 7, 1901. ADVOCATE. Entered in the Potlofflce at Sturgreon Say, TO#., a* secowl cta*t tKaU matter. • . PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY AT STUE- GEONBBAY, WIS. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCBDETION. One year ........ H.BO gjbt months.................... .75 Four months........•' ....... «... so Two months .85 Single copies .05 W\" Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the rear. 8TOBGEON BAY, SATURDAY, SEPT 7,1901. Watchman, What of the Nights To the Editor of The Advocate: -This has been rather a strange summer in the affaire of our city but possibly good will eventually come out of it. At any rate we will have gotten better acquainted with city administrations and the rights and privileges of corporations. Certain it is that we will get better acquainted with the different phases of the human make-up. We may come to the conclusion that the old book is right in saying, \"The heart of man is deceitful and desperately Wicked.\" It seems no ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

THK ADVOCATE. i KMBER 7. 19(11. THE ADVOCATE. BTUKGEON BAY, SATURDAY. SEPT. r, 1901. PRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Following is the advertised letter list: B. if. White, Hattie Brown. —Mrs. E. E. Kirtlahd will open the lunch room Saturday, and solicits the patronage •of the public. —Work is being rushed on the addition to' L.M. Washburn's store, andanothei week will see it nearly under cover, —Bag weed is becoming abundant in this, city and vicinity and steps should be taken to exterminate the nuisance which is a breeder of hay fever \" : —Frank Glesner got his hand caught in a shingle saw at the island mill one day last week and'received a severe cut on two of the fingers of his left hand. —The Advocate from BOW until January 1st, 1903, for $1.50,\\i£ paid for in advance. This is at the rate of two' cents a week, which is cheap enough in all conscience. —No better investment of a dollar and a half can be made than to have The A...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

'OCATE. SEPTEMBER 7, 1901. : THE PATH OP IJIGHT. - BV MABY KVLE 1UIA.W . O patient Father! hoar my prayer, And make me wiso this day to know Thrit every creature to Thy care : 1 : Shares Thy protection here below. • When comes the night : The star* pour on my path their light, Thy loving kindness followed me When from the narrow way I strayed: Thy word was light, and I could see The footprints that the saints had made Upon the road They trod, the cros? of Christ their load. \" Along the path are stains of red. And ashes of the martyr's fires, And crosses where the saints have bled. And the reflected light of spires . J That point the way . And'guide the steps, so prone to stray. Above the straight and narrow way The hosts that bear His banners white March under,sheltering clouds by day And pillared fires that guide by \"sight .. Nor rock, nor sea : Can block the path that God makes free.'' Poor wanderers, we have forfeited „ . The favor of a Father's love : Â¥et He has been our help...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

, ' THE ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER T, 1901. , •!:(k 18 lame. THE POTATO FAMINE. In the home there's lamentation . • O'er the fearful elevation In the price of tubers that so long were low For each day they're scarcer getting, Ar: And the purchasers are fretting At the inroads being made upon their \"dough/' Though some months ago a dollar ~ Would a barrel of them collar. We a^e now compelled to cough up five or six. And unlesS relief is nearing ua at rapid gait we're fearing - We shall soon be in a bad financial fix. In the hasheries they're growling, - And proprietors are scowling When the hungry patrons for potatoes call. For with taters ao expensive There's a feeling apprehensive - ' That one dish ot them knocks profits but of all. And as long has been the practice When the prices high distract us ^• And especially when cost of food we feel. • 'Tin the viand'that is dearest On which there is run severest. So now tubers afe desired at every meal. J If prices, keep on rising, 'Twill not b...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 7 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER V, 1901. rE will be in our new building in about three weeks with a very complete line of Mew Fall Goodsm Wait for our opening- day. Of course we have many bargains to offer at • | present in Summer Goods which will astonish the I most 'careful buyers. '' John & Wm. Bassford, | Proprietors, | \"Follow (he Crowd to Wegener's.\" Busii?e55 as everyone knows, calls for more than the average quali­ ty in goods. You might just as well fool around the time-honored buzz' saw as to get any but the best drugs. There are none better than we keep. \" Wagener, Hotel Waldo Corner. You Can't Get Better Than Best. We have The Best Stock of Tooth Brashes, and we -make the bdst prices. We buy in large quanti­ ties and batata discount. Too get the benefit. •• 'Ton get •Best Goods, I Beatl'rices, Best Service, Best Satisfaction, at ..... ..STILES & CO'S.. OLD CORNER DRUO STORE. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back if yon want it. i Money Talks at my •f Store! •••...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 September 1901

nae advocate cses No Patents Nor Plates, i COM P ABE IT WITH OTHI^R WEEKLT •' PAYEES. t Historioal'sociii aSfgf v THE AlV0CATB:.d»Ar*8 TheLargestCircuIation r:* tb» iirr ijnsxxu is sobthehs -., vrtpcossj:.'. ' IS 40-NO 23 STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. lii.il. $1.30 A YEAR. LAKE MARINE NEWS. Victims of Hatnrdaj's Storm. Two hundred thousand dollars lost in lake ships stranded in Saturday night's gale, and fifty-six Eves barely rescued by life say. ! ing crevre, is the record on lower Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. A fuiious wiiid that continued in its intensity for nine hours and a heavy pall of. smoke from burning forests of pine combined to cause mariners more anxiety and sailors greater terror than they had known in many years. Narrow . escapes from wrecks were many and the work of heroic life savers, while never to be a part of history, will be stored gratefully in the memories of those who had reason to thank providence that brave and watchful men are doing their ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 14 September 1901

THE ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 14. 1901. GEORGE THIS SECOND'S DREAM. nv JOHN M, THUKSTOX. Kins George avroke from a troubled sleep \"fhave had a bad dream,\" lid said Then he kicked the pillows across the room, And the lords of the chamber fled. Ho need to wonder at such a thing, Jto George was a choleric little king. Bat the queen in her beauty sought his face. And She spoke in an accent mild ' N \"What is it that grieves my lord'the king?\" Then he grew like a little child, And said,. VI have had a bad dream, wy queen, And the devil may know what it can mean. \"Iiaw a strange and beautiful land: Its meadows were yellow with wheat, Ha stately rivers went down to the sea. On every river a fleet . 'Skere were lofty, mountains and valleys fine, ' Aid the scent of flowers and fruits and wine. \"Hurry of trade in its cities I saw,, .• . And people from every strand. But always I heard but the English tongue. So the land, I knew, was my land. Then I 'touched my scepter* and crown, and \"And the...

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