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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 July 1847

. k i - .. i ft at "PHOVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." ' " THE EXAMINER. A i i X; 1 3 VOLUME I. ' FuUUtid Weekly- o Jefferaoa St..Bt loo It" on TKH91B. Tao ItulLlH per UMi TncT, w " DaLkaa If a. whJila thr atoaili. PAUL SEVMOUK, THE DUTY OF MASTEKS; A Bertnou. preached iu the Ireahvtenani iiurcrt. la Danville, kv., bv ne ne. D. D. Puhlr'shed" bv the member of the Cfcuch. omuns 4, I; "Master give unto your -yoti that which Ujunt aud equal, kao in s alo have master iu heaven.' toal tjuestions deeply inttresing to As who hold their servants in ir volun bondage, have been often of late, dis ced widi great zeal and ability, in Wit pans of the land. It has Imh-u cLioned. 1st, 'Whether our system of ser sittide is right or not I'd. Whcditr it is not the duty of all men, and especially the nu-nr nf'slav. to aid energetical lv in bringing this system to a close ! 3d. Wheth er every master is not round, in trie case of his own servants, to adopt such measures as will, sooner, or...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 July 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VAl'GHAK. F.mto. l COfBV, AsuslsST 1T0. LOUISVILLE: : :::::::: : JULY 21, 1&47, NOTICE. Person desirous of preserving a file of the Examiner, can bt supplied with the bark niim- ters, by flirty application for them. Kev. Ir. Jama '. Y DUmi We commence, on the first page. Dr. Yocsio's discourse delivered at Dauvillc, in this State, be fore the Presbyterian Church of that place, and published by the member thereof. Of this Pi- viue, nothing need be said in or out of Ken tacky. He i eminent fur hi pi.-ty, learning. and truthfulness. We have two objects in publishing this dis course dow. I "rut, to show wbat is thought by religious men in Kentucky, as to the duties of masters, and which may be found, also, on fint page, Second, to reply to the cliargo made in the "American Missionary" for July as to the effect of slavery iu retarding the progress of the Gonp.il. We shall recur to this subject in our neat: for while ready to expose all the ills of Slavery, we are ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 July 1847

- CiJiCixXATi.Julj 19.1M7 ej)! Our city i very dull at Rlrer U low.' Th drays nr.d r fluieU People do not get etched star of sun stroke, of which disease there aJreavdv born two cases tne lam 01 w men -trtvd itr Covington. A Mr. Ilrice, from ;burgh, was riding out o horseback to et Sa farm near .Veaport, owned by a Mr. srd. with whom lie was tiding. He sue- j fell from hia home, and died iu about an jtong tli other ". i the assertion tint - mam settled tlutt the Baltimore and Ohio w ill termintie at WheeUiifj. This be. i Case, of course the Kailroa4 counectlujr -sar aad Cincinaati, will soon be comple a absurd prejudice of Virginia hsv i iU completion fur a long time, and per y make some further trouble; but it it oped that the road will be finished with- y farther delay. Newspaper nieu are expecting and drend- approach of Ihe Telegraph. Isayi.rcad- a account of the additional expense. The f nearly to Columbus, lllad Iog fever i rtigiug iu the city now. is safe. If he is not mad, he...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 July 1847

POETRY. Tie Terenur 1'e ii r r. com. Tiatwcnty yeara ! Tea, twenty year flare fled into the past ! On ! tweuty lonf and weary yean. Since I beheld thee last ! They aay that tunc Las bruaheJ away The brightness from tby cheek, Aad that thy tight and ringing laugh la more autxluod and meek ! Tla twenty years ! Yea, twenty year ! But I ran ne'er forget, flew Llra-like thy presence made The places where we met ! And, aa the murmur of the deep. The sea-shell neVr forsakea. Thy gentle voitre within my heart Ita eweetrwt e-ho wakes. Tis twenty years ! Yea, tweuty yeara ! But thy beloved face, I mirrored in my memory yet. In all ita girlish grace ; And thou art Mill the aame to me. Thine eye aa brightly blue Tbv cheek aa warm, thy lip aa red. Thy heart aa kind and true ! Tia twenty yeara ! Yea, tweuty yeara ! And other eyee may ae A ahade upon thy polished brow. Invisible to ino ! I eee thee atill with charmed eye, And time haa not eraaed A aingle line, a single tint. That young affection t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 July 1847

EXAMINER hi I .V 'A "prove all things; hold pait that which is good. VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER: Mllanes Weekly, se Jeftcrsoe m., ne.i oooc la tne row nm. TKK.nn. t fvm IWlaI per atiBuai, i" tdv.e. or Turk ,.. u But past wimm - PAUL SKVMOUR, THE DUTY OF MASTERS; "rmon, preached in the Pretby tertaaChurch, Vljaaviile, Ky.. by the Rev. Jam C. 19 II 11 1 " r P. .1.11.1 lit- Ilie UICIIIIers VI le icn.j AH t. i ; -.waaiere . mil,, t-.titr t which i jaxt and equaU kuowm? fitve a master iu ' ' f atu.niliiis' in Uie icluriiMis wi q t of our servants, coiiiproiui.' era two most uiiporuuii umu Jteachinsr and tnconragin to rfodsord, and inducing than to at Jhvorship. Many hate avowed hf J!n that it is not ri-Jht to teach svrvaiu- C J !,.. R,lil and in some of our aj gse-awa. HI- a.-- -- - -- States their iitotrucuoii ihprol.ibiitxl by law. Jrtsswa-as j Avfrtiu rotlltl IWT prevail t .lfll?U?li'u aa w - - l i i'r in a t liriMian land : ami how good um'U could cer ehlud theniM-hrs into the belief tli...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 July 1847

THE EXAMINER. J.O. VAI'CtlAV Ffiroa. I. cos!; , vit I'.dito. LOUISVILLE: notice. Person desirous tf preserving til- f the Examiner, ran Ik- supplied with il- buck mi tu bers, by early application fur them. The falle Kraiarkiaaa. The interment, ut Frankfort, of the young soldiers a ho had fallen at Bueua ViMa ri solemn and imposing , aud, Mr. rm.xi;Mcii.i V funeral adftre, apposite and eloquent. And mourner were there! IIknrv Ci.av. with the young children of hi dead oil, Mr. McKtr, (he noble wife of a brave liusliaiid, and Mi.. Yaicha, the young bride of the intrepid Adjutant, wept, amid the show of pageaniry, an th remains, of '-he loved and lost, were put iu their narrow, earthy bed. It was a sad sight! Ape, aud young childhood, aud woman's tender neat, were bowed down, that day, a they gaxed with wet eyes, and worn heart, for the last time, upon all that remained of father, husband, on. May heave u temper their loss, and make them f -el that there la no consolation except that wh...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 July 1847

ffTtom la UMn TIml Stoiaw urf Sea. tees . .-rdonquest of Mexico U a familiar sto- ivrn to our childhood. The city of eoU, idols, and of hecatombs, the reckless rtea, the unlortunate aietitezuma, ana a h aod populous empire overthrown by a Cjdful of foreign adventurers, excite by Vns the wonder, the admiration, the nym- Jthy, and the ambition ol our nature, it ill sometimes occur, " Would that w e had in those days! How did the world Jeive the successive reports of tliose ni bble events !" We can scarcely expand poinds to the breadth of expectation " t .1.. ......... oiv.4 flu. i-niui'ifst nf 9 JCU UlC U13LUri niw - Vworld nm hve universally raised .Perhaps, Iwwever. many who have in Jged in these reflections arc entuely un f i . r. .v.-..- .....turi.i ilmt liisinrv ware mm a net u . . i...... ...... JW 1 I 1 a,,,! a-ai-atr . .1 tliA litre X B I 1 1 MC n. At tins uioiiieiii, mc- mi jM.i.. v.. tea is trodden by men who, if they pre taome strange contrast, are nrt less he. less confide...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 July 1847

f : POETRY. t --jg r i - Ths following Toem from the Evening Post bear the jo!i..h and refinement vf Mr. Bryant's verse, wl.irh t a study for teung versifiers, ufTir.i;:!. awarding to die rule ol" Hon-, fr Ii j l.'u-ure even 0.1 the l-iia p- The (.uLotlag .Tina. I walked beyond the city- boun-ls. Along an utifrequent way, The small, uncultivated Touniis Of poverty, before me Ly. A fence of turf tie sjot surrounds. The Mor lone caliiii wan of clay. , 'Twin suiiKct, and it porting light. With gulden lustre, Imtlied the wet. But awmeJ to linger in its flight, To cheei the summer day to refct. To gladjeu labor weary tight. Like hoie wi'hin a darkened breust. It melted till the twilight crept With the geulle fteji to kits the aceue. And Uie soft breath of evening swept iuinceuse through the foliage green The bird had ceau iU note, andalept, A ad all was Ki'eut aud erene. A form w ithin that cabin tioor, lu poor and simple garb arrayed: With fce of care deep furrowed o'er, Look M out upon...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 August 1847

V J r. I K 4i PROVE ALL THINGS, HOLD PAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." I A ? 0 j VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; ima Weekly . Ww - l"' m.. t tll T K IK W IWaa. per eaaaaa. I adc. T"" (taM tfM M wUhla lhr PAUL SEYMOUR, f THE DUTY OF MASTERS; ltl preached ia the Pre.bvteriaa Church, "iMWiUe. Kv by the Rev. Jom t Yotm!. Pmblihed bv the member of the Sk.) aa 4, I; "Manter. five ante yoar that which i just and equal, know ing Ne hare a mauler iu heaven." (COSCIXPEP.) is not suniciem ior u i- - th the fault of servants, and re- a I . . ! a Z- C. rtr jam nabituai narsmiess. u is, iuu, 'a MASTtR'ti VV1 TO TBCAT HIS St- with rosinvE kisDNFss. Every rant is one of those "neighbors" who' treatment is exemplified ty our r t I ... ..t triAiir a narranre OI tne conuuci oi nir good Samaritan towards the woiuided Jew is one of those neighbors," our treat mem of w hom must he regulated by that comprehensive law of Cod, which enjoin us to "love thy neighbor as thy If." He is, then, a being whose interests we are bou...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 August 1847

" '' '" . 1 ' ' J:' '" 1 .' " .'""Lti.., l-..t..t..h,iiTl, THE EXAMINER. I spread blessings, nnder freedom ; w. ar. hippy I as we are ; and wo do not wwt, and we wui not have, any change, if fro (U help It J. C. VAl'CIIAW. Ran ok. f . XrSBV. Aastav.sv Emto. Now we know, a. we believe, that no injury Tfce New rtowcA Hea-Oe.lt.r.1 fttocleiira. Mr. Longworth produced at tue Horticultural Society Cincinnati, a fortnight ago, alba: P.afaaVri. eordala; Cerem muitauguia- oflri.; Tifridio; Paotiflora, die. A lee, the plant j'I'l.i r-tiiarkabl man in wearing away ai;nd poverty. Once he', was batod in England;- but Lis honesty and sincerity baa overcome tbi, and li is recognized, republican aa bo is, aii en of " : i .-; . : Vir. I "Their senseless threats hall not tx.i . KvMcwre. - ,t grcne-Huroa wwcu evjrv f'JT Bglmmi,U, oMoog kw, :.Flio..'.bei.l,oof.Uo.gUU-- & Ufnol apo.uy.a.ory.Ui.7 My hiia. 0.1 villi it. then! Ther. JSSI. - OUW-i..." Sha. or, r raiXAT. wx'u. oewxtv. of it. if it bo bi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 August 1847

iwhal thev mllhU H in hi 23 authorised him to raise the reCi ffSSl U enter iU -ch contract, a. ahou d ZZmrj to carry the projected plan into SL credit of that document, he m a, en La for aom time to raw aPP ,Pwl ..clothing, etc. forth, sustenance and com frflu trVopfor which b drew .a the ..monweaUh. in f.vor of the perjoi.. who Xfuraished the ..i,.plie.; hi. draft, being c naBBiefJ with eucu voucher ae r ususlly UUnI oa eiuiUar occasions. To hi astou awrnt.auJ the surprise of all who knew the those draft were dishonored, for . Wa. could uot but wound the feeling, of the "Ml chief who had drawn them. But yet, V thia did not shake uia purpose, or indue Z form moment, to beeiuite in earning out .determination to Pre-rve e co...,u.t. he A eaade; roost prolmbly without thinking of .Jm.tim.Wo benetiU which the nation would -tr from them in the future adjustment of 'northern boundary- S mieht have supposed that the ruJe ini i conveyed in the deliberate art id dw ArUC hi draft, in fvor of ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 August 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. The following ltues appeared originally in the Lonirillr Journal; they were priuted from an imperfect ropy. To remedy tUia d feet, and tectum cf their intrinsic beauty, we repuMish them bow. v R. T. cxmsr. The Spring of life- is paid With it budding hopes and fear. And the Autumn time is coming With Its weight of weary years Our ioyousnets it fading, " , Oar hearts are dimmed with care. And youths fi-esJi dreams of gladness All pariah darkly there ! While bliss wan blooming near us In the heart' fint burnt of Spring, While many hope could cheer nt. Life seemed a glorious thing ! Like the foam upon a river, pOwn the breeze goei rippling o'er, tioee hope have lied forever. To come to ut do more ! 'Ti tad, yet tweet to listen To the aoft wind' gentle well, And think we hear the music Our childhood knew ae well ! To gmie out on the Even, And the boon dines field of air. And feel again our boyish wish To roam, like angel, there ! There are luany dream of gladness That ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 August 1847

. - "trove all things; hold fat? that wnicn is good. rU I VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; ytf Weekly. JeVrswi fi., aeil door t lit on i io tne ri . TKB.1 id lb fost OliUe TKit.nn. -y Pmuii per ir Mt pu wbbiii la adraace. of Tun three, months. IpAUL SEVMOUR. rtiiiii N Dvty of Instructing Starts: by V G. Unlet, Paitorrf the M. K. V, South, Georgetown, Ky.,deliv. Ibath erening, August i3d, '!. every nun ou hi own fliiair, lut 1 the thinr of other.." fkillip- Ithses: As "foolishness: Is a heart of a chi'.d,n (Pro. xxii. Jfishness. It is one of the fust hibited by the helpless infant, itself in fruitless efforts to seize crwriate 10 its own use everything j reach regardless of all others. The inise chil.lhood gives, mature nge fully Jeans life is a struggle of .selfishness a ' . T. I ....... ........Inm...!. e COIUUCI lOr IIClSUIliU nw, cuwiuiinm honor and it matters not, who fulls in e stnisrzle, if we may rise by his fall, or frofit by his misfortune. 1 his is an nn ovely picture of human natu...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 August 1847

1 s V 4'. .. .. - r. V THE EXAMINER. J. r. YM'CHAX. Emm.. . f tWY, Aitt LbiioB. 0 LOUISYlLLE.:;:;AU0rST.H, 1S17. NOTICE. Persona desirous of preserving file of the Examiner, can be aupplied with the bark nani lore, by early application for them. The first atep has Wen taken' The Conven tion Question U carried ia Kentucky. We say uol lliat all who votedor Convention re U favor of emancipation ; hut thi we do MY, that the great majority air. . The first worJ wc heard, when we commenced the Cxaminer was, "you will throw back the cause," and the wore. thoughtless added, "we are glad ou are out, it will stop the Conven tion." V knew better. We kuew that tkiulitf men were not to be influenced by this eonsider- atioa, and that real, earnest hopers for freedom. would only work the harder for it. We said o. The reault the vol of Louisville, especially race t'.iat we were right. The rtonx wnt to got at thi question of tlavery. They are eager to drive the evil from our soil, forever. Where are...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 August 1847

wia i ' "W -- ' - WESTERN NEWS. i t i t ot M r- Ed w an , of A ndereo u Tow o .hip, . thi- county. ha t.Wjf km i in pota to.. He has lrtJ.v Pa:ke.i ',,, M off 'r ex .Utiou to New I means, u... r .. .We i from Mr. list Advertiser ci v,t..'ruv. Mr. 0. fill considoiable below the torn- t eMiomle, s ' "re r"M'J ul,ou ' Mr. KJ-.-arJ hi already tli- gooc i l ill! 1,,1-r.k 1 mill .IU bushels: and his whole r'; prnbaWy yield JINM MV are further ii'fertiicd lliul Mr. ,. l,a I 'o brother in the same Township, a how w hi I r-,ejt vi-ta :n '' I."" - . .11 ..... Il'lll kill..!.. crop i (. mnnmalt Oazrlle ,-.,.-... Tut: It N' OklXAXS. PasM-U h u r:ime from , 1 " " " me r : . . .. .... ... I ro-nce til tint rilv on the li.yl r tO Cai .. I ..... Murf tfliit til vi'Ho fever is on tin icr..-ei.. tit itv.a-l tt-tt when they loft on u'l, one hundred J ' new case i'i .. snorted. We liuvo New Orleans pa- ,-r hp to t.'ie evening 'f 3t U nona of L '. I,..weier.sav word relation 10 in I. - .(id if the city....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 August 1847

vVVs- -; r-r. -a-.- fv ( V 4 t .it.-! ! i LITER AUlfeXAMIKER. Harare Art. Ftlth-uck, and with graeefid jtri, I saw the wild Uaiaa plide ' ' vI-Alan-the danrVa !lturiMrVr --: " U'lth fsatstepaauft a-fani .w; ;. Ob all around her miles aUe ysarod;' A ad though by all OiHitaM, adored, Fb nnH to -of-! C- toiawfe light, And careless clawed H at ber right. With airevtJfc th lady cane; Love Aw iaaas oarsptared hung , ' Whtto timid in and found drain . Cma Headed from ber witching lyre. WkBt Uiaj, with cureiHsted art, 'Th enchantress melted every heart. Amid the glance, the sigh, the smile, Herself aumoved and cold the while, With inward pity eyed the acene, "Where alt were subjects he a queen ! 4 Again I mw that lady fair . Oil, what a beauteous change was there t Ja a aweet cottage cf liar wa fhe sal. Mid she was all alone, SSave a young child aha sung to re-t Oa its toft bed, her fragrant breast. With hpy aiulles, and happy sighs. 8he kissed the infaiit'srloftingeye; Then o'er hiiu, in t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 August 1847

.- . ti . -v , '.VI ViL Vg - 3 -r . i r THE' M life j " " -J. - - - .' t ' ' J u..... ... "n; - I ' - - . X , ( I -.. . ' ' - . . ; . ' - - . - . - - v .- i .--Y'W , 1 4 I VOLUME 1. THE EXAMINER; . - a. ...i 4oar Lit on J Tse if not psd three aioailis. . n ... . r l.ttrurtln Slarei: bv Ur. J. G. Bute. J'wr trrA, &ufA, GtoTgttcncn, Kv., dtltr. SI Sa&M trtnmg, August 23d, MG. net every " Uu ow".!hi".nt the things of others, fhultf ((OSCUBtB-) Jir duty-', Bec.m se thet aie xvksr, bound to obey their w.. ,Ql things. In the iustrutuMe of divine providence, wiuidui liny nf our own. ihev have Deen torown our protection, and made ubjx:t to rr control. I ih" o' uiaic uv V . 1 - 1 I I ,(T..rtA Cr till the reasons wnicu nave i- uu allotment. We find ourselves in tircum stances involving peculiar and weighty re snonsibilities, and it is worse than folly to pause and theorise, when we ought to be honestlv inquiring "Lord, vhat wilt thtu hart me to do'" Many are satisfied when their srrva...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 August 1847

I mwr f-i ri I THE EXAMllNEli. I- I of I b I. C. YACGIIAW. rrro. r. COSIT, Asswvarr Enrol. AUGUST 21, 1S47. 1 LOUISVILLE: s It - .: . , I . Br u airtc 1 tonpiiiB uiitiuigruiiuiitvirviiirivi v a. ade to r. la hit tm Inter. -iw mf flne pit-1 Irai," ianti f "tf " uiachaiausLiidiM', lmteMOf -KaMrfjorn, m,m w .--.-. i of luc co tcludinS lr;ri.Ji ix:u:(l rcfl, -Art i t&M Mt kattrr iiMw to rfur 111 " i aaa Jaira a4 .aart op rac rijTit, a ay count on dm i - . I It will be aeea by the annexed paragraph from I the Ntrirlf IiUlUgmcrr, that Ohio ahipa can I a-e round the woiH la well as other ships. I " The IWotie MairTTa built at this place in I ..... i .. .ti l ownr.d here, was lasi uraiu nwui i ,t . am n ' .1. V".e Kaaviflltf tTUd lh I M rono ra o, v,-, u voyage there in Itcrnty-tix days from t,,. n l..v. bin rec iveJ from Ca4- ells, bdJct dale of Juae 4ih, in whick he aaye that he hull soon eil fur tt.e Isle do MJ, ana irora theace to Eio Oe la i'tatW, aud hopes to b in Boston by the 1s...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 August 1847

..- 1T- - -..a a. REVIEW. 7-. h lb. rorld a "History B Oi70ui H.T.P-ydehe. - . i -.. PnirliIl Jon ties. -each Involution, u I Ih. ataJj of philo.opber. It " m rea ') ,o a-'l eur.geJ J it. The u P revclatia-. -vUcatiy l.tc.-ed to 1 instm , of mercy Uto a m-irdcrou. tragedy La Mni thui ic?l:U the .eMirffW ,,. r . R-xoIatioa: -Po.tr, it the aad rf lu' what It Critbrale ,ittt ' df,J' truing, " hhih ieiin. ?JJ?U cf te people. It is a .".re -nrv 1 it fall ef eat.iinnj.ui. lor iniw lory, i.i i.ut.irr. i.liil- ISili of r-ro.-". 'very far. had pa.- t ever to the korolutioa; net cue name ..f . V. I r-au.aliou in M Lurope could be r.. 1 renui-.sJt'C"--loi.tepa.iy , .aM. because, the mlu.l ol put e - luiiin race r.iJ 7: iaatiattU,::. Th-r wa a general J. ih.ho.-.ic.iofti.e future; anJ.whcth- mall fi'w incrrfi "'Ir "f ly. or the ... 1 ..!.,.,, t.n.r'. the is - t iVa w ta r- It fiKitm staff was t:.e I :a -er oj lad a a ent ly it to conduct Loch back .r .. k . --.iiirc m Varennc. While flt n. a tn...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 August 1847

-LITERAKraXAMINEIC ''" We ut Winer tfcaa we Kaew. . t ciiaui iacut, u- - . Thoa who ia the midnight silence Look-et to tbe ort m big k, Feettag kambied, yet elated, ' la the preeeace of the sky; Thorn, who minglest with thy sadness Pride ecetatic, iwi divine. That ev'a tiee can it trace their progress- And the Uw by which they -hiae: IatniUou shall uphold thee. Even though reason draw thee low; ' Loan oa faith, look ap rejoicing: We are wiser tka tee laoie. Thou, who hearest plaintive mu, Or iwwt songs of other days ; Heaven-revealing organs pealing, Or clear voice, hymning praise. 1 And would'et weep, thou know'st not a lierefore, 1 hough tbv soul it steeped in ioy, And the world look kindly on lliee, A ad thy -lis hath no alloy Weep, nor seek for consolation, Let the HeaTen-seat droplets flow. They are hints of mighty secrets. We are wUcr than ire L noxr. Tboo, who in the noon-time brightness ijeeet a shadow undefined; Hear'st a voice that indistinctly Whh-pcrs caution to the mind...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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