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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 October 1854

VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1854. NO. 558. tite evening star PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (1X01PI SUHDAT,) jt the !>tar Jiuildings, corner Pennsylvania uvew*s (W<t Eleventh street, Bt WAliLACII * HOPE, ?y j| ^ ?erved to subscribers in the cities of Wash in<t?jn Alexandria, Baltimore and PbUa jVlptna. *IX AND A QUARTER CENTP, paya 51^'werkly to the Agents. To mail subscribers th? (Mtorripuw price THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS 1 yfar in advance. TWO DOL I \gS for SIX MONTHS, .Hid ONE DOLLAR TUREE MONTHS. {fc^-Smuts copies oni c*jr. k BEttED? *ob u^ACH DISEASE." At th# r^i'i^1 of *"*ny ?f ?y patient#, I have ' mf\T?*>aXjh 1 to put up a ciaaa of my most effl , t ,5I5lpflow in the form or FA MIL T MED1 Ccr"\E~ rn-'1* <>n* soit*d to a particular disease, ani ' tbe awaufaamm* of th* nnstrom? arrt C "*!' ? of the lay, promulgate to the world that arapound will core *T1 diseases, ?nd who _s ath? worl?- at the great Italian physician 8p*i }' tmn,*> "pu...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 October 1854

I II Washington oity: SATT7BDAY AFTERNOON.*- w. - October 14. ty Parsons wanting 'he Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper De$ot, " Sun Iron Buildings." TH1 WEEKLY STAB This journal improves with the issue of each number. To-day's issue is hard to excel. It is not only a complete history of Washington ' for the past week, detailing all oar local and governmental affairs worth knowing, hat it is alto a complete index of the doings in ail parts of oar widely extended country as well as the affairs of the old world. In addition to its character as a nonpareil newspaper, the Weekly Star always ooatain* choice selections of tules, poetry and anecdotes, making the paper interesting and entertaining to all Glasses of readeri. The price of this paper is only $1 25 a year, rnvariaily in advunce. BPIRH OF THE MORRIS6 PREP? The Union inquires into the cause of the defeat of the Democracy in the late elections. The editor says it is owing t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 October 1854

LOCAL ISTF.LLIGENCE. ? ? " ? 1 | * ? J' . iAU t ." T*f Fi",T *?,P*T or "ovs?n.-i/piij?-?r) K day in W"a*h?|lon, -some way or other, ?mi kotr w cannot i.<cfrt?in. The recent acts of Of? OtfftHb. prohibiting tippling lioii?es :ind Koye c<>n?trufJ by tbe City Attorney to apply to nil -riaiiers of liquor#, from tbe highest to the . lowe-t, , ncccmnly mad a stir among the landlord!'. TVy scarcely know what to do, and have many jtsnng aotious about the matter, :<oiue think they , auld all shut up. and not .of the most thirsty -oi l a Miiglevdrop. lor love ??r money; other- fha r .? ?liouItl feeep op. n. sell, and take the r. iisf ?!i. new. and, if convicted, all march in regular pr<? ?.<ien to the work-l*?i-e. Officers and emHrin lia\e l'??n talked of for the grand cavalcade. Ot. t!> carry a bulouna sausage and a bottle of Freaeb brandy, another a depot of laser beer, the nextn jag u pott?en, followed by others bearing Kuht-ii n draughts, such as ice-water, the fat ma...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 October 1854

EVENING STAR. Am-SIICQ SCBNK? CAXARY IX TotTHT ?A man named Charles Johnson ?u vutcniij morning broofbt befcre the Recorder on a 0?Wg? of larceny. The property stolen was ? batdcag*. with a beautiful Jittl* canary in r*' Wi WM styled "Bflly" in the pleadings, during the progrew of the case the bird was brought in and placed en the desk betide his Henor the ftesorder, when all at once, aa if in triumph at the prospect that its captor would be committed, it broke forth in one of the most sprightly carols The Ifttle fellow de livered himself so rapidly and with each whir ring sounds that we were nnable to catoh all of the beautiful song, yet we give as much of it as we could translate: " To-weet. tt weet, Charge Johnson tq-weet: Prn sure you never thought Thai here we should meet; But sir r r-r, Von dirty cnr r r r, Oh, wlteetie to wlrolly, I've got you. by golly." L Silence!'' here thundered the Marshal 1 " Che-che wit chit chit,' Oh, don't gpt+TTto a fit;; Kee-dle oop ? kee-dle-oop, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 October 1854

WASHINGTON I ? f " EVENING STAR p CRUSHED I VERT AlTEftNOON, (?IOTP* SUtfDAT,) ^ pt*r liuildi.^e*, corner Prnvsy/vamm ' I awn*? ??</ Eleventh street, B, WALL1CH St liOfB, \VJ! be served to Mtacnbera in the c:tdes of Waatv ?ar"n- S^ar^etfrn, AfaXJUKfrla, Baltimore and Phila* Jjjphii, at SIX AND A QUARTIR CENT?, paya ble weekly ? the Agent*. To mail mbacribera the lub^cnpti^ pncf i? THREE DOLLARS AND flfTV CENTS i year in advance, TWO DOL-r LARS fm SIX HONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fo? THREE IIONTH3. {R^-Smeia corns oni Cl^? K . ! X 3?| orh "Jo ? ... Jr ' : ? 1 .. * * ^cd ~ ; . " - waitsjn Sfii : i ? 7*1 i ? <o - 1* ul bsffaqtfH ;dl .tin :"\o 1ajt ? 'if v u J. t 't > vol v!t! jor -oad'V > *.i? cao?js J) *> i i ?t : v* ?iiT " ? i * -?? ? ? 1 .Jot MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1854. ' NO. 559. TMa axcaUent fwilypiJfanp 4<mrn>l wmli IIi a grMtet yartfVj of lnhnwflin reading Utaa fp'iP'1 in an* otn?<???- ?* "*?* * ' dtfijle. ccpj, pei annua, ****<? 1 81 ? ??????<?? fV.w e oo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 October 1854

EVENING STAJR. WASHINGTON CITY: HOBDAY APTERMOOIT October 16. Bp Persons wanting fhe Evening Star in Baltimore, oan procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, M San Iron Buildings." SPIRIT OP IP MO&NIHQ PRESS The Intelligenur, in reply to an assertion of the Illinios State Register, that the act es tablishing the territorial government of Wash iagton repealed the territorial ordinance of !ST,sa#a; " Will the reader believe, without turning to the law. that there is not in the act estab lishing the Territory of Washington, one Word about slavery ? This territory, as the reader knows, was a part of Oregon, over which the ordninance of 1787 was extended by a Democratic Congress, under Mr. Polk's approval, aud therefore slavery is still pro hibited there, and the people of Washington Territory have not " the right to say whether they?will have slavery or not " On the con trary, the laws now in force in said Territory of Washington, bv virtue of the legislat...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 October 1854

tiVKNING STAR LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. jL KjaJU-SATION or TBS BROTHER* Glxsti*?On fctaiurday evening, the brothers ChiL?UJn and Lhis. lie)*. GteBi? were brought nut of jail, and <tx?ui netl before Justice Donu on a charge of assauts ami battery with latent to kill Mr. fi. W. DuvaiL. Tire ^?T? ww the shooting of Mr. t>? vnll,near HJadeii trI-?i?Ma rwj w?-ek? R*o. Bwn present, at th? {]1tl w? took ikK' <i but riml in the S?j?uiuei a tmr renofi 04 the pcoceeabdpa. t>? . BenjaioiB P. -Jinim, orrTthnt paper, by requwt of Mr. Ms**, |?ro>e gjf-r ?iM?itvfer Pnnc^fieocte* .-ouat?, -.ppe* ?don the part of the !?tat? ot Mnrv'aitd. iu?aHed by riD*in Cairittgmu E. C. Mot? an was the elunmi ? 11 th# accused. The office wn? crowd d with spectator*, w!(o np wired to be much intafMted i?the proceed, ups Mr. Duvall. who is siiH exceedingiy t'cebWl from ' rgtt-u of the wounds which h reeeiveutcsti ?eti to the effect of the affidavit which feeetuly ap ?.-aie4 ?" l,,w P,Per: repeating, thaf wl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 October 1854

EVENING STAB. I LOVE THEE. I love Uice, dearly love thee, As the flowret loves the dew, A? the moonbeam* love the billow, Swelling, beautiful and blue ; As the rainbow loves the cloudlet That lies slumbering in the air? O, yes, I love that sunny brow, Forever bri$rht and fair. In sunshine and in darkuesg? . In sorrow and in care? In festive halls or silent groves? I love Thee everywhere. 'Mid thrones of fragrant flowers, In skdnew or in glee. Thy pure unsullied countenance Is ever bright to me. I love thee, wildly love thee, Aad I would this sentence brief Were wri ten with the crystal dew "Upon each tender leaf. I would that it were murmured By the laughing meadow streams? That it might dwell in ail thy thoughts, And all thy growing dreams. I would that every happy bird On every liuith and .ttee, Would sing it to th?e softly, Yet with marble wild and free. I would that every zephyr That comes from o'er the lea, Would bear upon its boeom These burning words to thee. English aito Ame...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 October 1854

THE EVENJKG STAR PUBLISHED JBVjERY AFTERNOON, (BKJB-r SUNDAY,) At the Star Kiiftflings, corner Penvtylvanxu arenus xm*l Eleventh street, By WAIiiMH *- H9PI , WUl be served to aatocfibera inahe cities of Wash ington, Geurge.own, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at 8lX* AND A QUAP.TEB CENT8, paya ble weekly to the Agents. To mail subscriber* the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In advance, TWO DOL LARS for BIX MONTflS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS O^Smeia cortss ok* c*jrr. VOL. IV. ?--?> j sJi . . | WASHINGTON, D. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1854. NO. 560. THE WEEKLY STAR._ This sxoeUeut Putilj and News Journal?contain inj a greater variety ft iaceresOn| r??4i^| than / be found in any other?is published oo Saiurday. ~b* ruuu, 8iafte copy, pet ana am ?. I it.i i^fl 88 to ctrsa. . Five copies.. .inynwi ? 8 ?? Ton do. ????,?? 8 88 Twenty ?<???88 99- Cash, uttajuablt ta adysjkn fp- Singe copsss (to wrappsn) cat a Ux' counter, inunediataiy after Ike papf...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 October 1854

evenincTstar. WASHINGTON >0lTlf i v TUESDAY AFTERNOON........ October 17. QT Persons wanting rhe Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, *? Bon lion Buildings." r- ,r TEI CFAR DURING THE COMING SES SION OF CONGRESS. As the lewinn et Congress ia at hand, we may opt inappropriately toll the distant public what advantages they are to derive from Ukbf the Star. We furnish the Daily Star to mail aubepriben at $3.50 per annum, invariably in advance. Thus it ia the cheap est deUy paper in the United States. It eon tains all of the proceedings of Congress, at they actually oooer, which the business man has tae to read, without a particle of the twaddle spoken, that may be of no ?interest but to the honorable speaker him eelf, who may deeire a re-election. It also oontaifce what no one need ever look for in an$ other paper, vis: a truthful daily account of the by-play in public affairs, in whiolpteerything going on in Washington ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 October 1854

EVENING STAR, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Citt Cor^cita ?Board ?/ JUldrrmen.?The Board awl at o'clock yesterday evening, Silts H. HMl, E#rj., president in *t chair. A petition from Lambert Tree, askihg authority to supply water oa ij street north, between 4ih and j 10th streets, near sqaare 378, waa referred a Ml favorable thereto reported and pawed. 'r A peiiuon wan also preheated from II. K. and J. C. Wilted It Co., T. P. k M. Brown, J. H. k A. Kirkwood, M. A. Dexter, and R. B. Hackney, m regard to the recent acts of the City Council# in relation to the tale of liquors, remonstrating a*aiutf the application of the law to their hotels, and ask ing the passage of an tyrplanatory act. The peti tion was referred to the Committer on Police; but Bo report nwle last eveaing. .j A petition wa? presented from W. Wallingfond , and others, dealers in butter, remonstrating again* ] the application of the provisions of the hucksters bill to them; and also a petition from d. Cunning ham and others, huc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 October 1854

kvening'star^ I AM HOT A*6BY. Reply to KDe?*rB? Amory, Moths*" 5ln; by Master Adami, of ItirnWf Opera Troupe. I am not angry > denrm boy, No cloud in <>n ay brow. Thou see'at only smiles of Joy, I am hot angry now. A another's heart has y?arneri for thee. A mother's tears have flown? A mother's prayer* been offered up Te the eternal throne. , And too' thou hast been wayward boy Misguided by thy win, A mother** love w thiae* my boy, 4 Tbou art my darling still. | ; Whilst thou went on the rolling deep, Toas'd by the ., My only comfort was to weep? To weep and pray for thee ; * Over thy tollio* I have shad, Ah ! manv a bitter tear, And I bare moufued Tor'tlrfte as dead, Through all tb? pacing year. Yet 1 have prayed that thou, my son, Might catch my latest breath, That thy dear hands. and three alone, Might cloae toy eyes m death. I do fbrgive thee now, my boy, It fre? my heart of pain. My bosom throbs alone with joy To see thy again. Thou hast wandered far front mc, I'll yet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1854

THE EVENING STAB PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (?XOHP! BDKDAT,) At tht 8,tor BwUdingt, tomer Pimtylvmnia av0tu44 mmd Ele**mK streM, By WALLACU A HOPR, YVUI be nerved to Abtariber* in the cities of Wnab teuton, Owogowwn, Alexandria, Bailimur" and Philn dH ,?hia, at SiX AND A QUART IB CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agenta. To mail nibecribeni the ?ulwcripdon price li THREB DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS i yew in advemee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for T FIR EE MONTHS. QfJSixaLM corui om c?irr. ." , VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1854. NO. 561 THE WEEKLY STAR. tnf a greater variety of lnteraatlac'*?4ta|i be found In any oiber?I Five tapir* Ten do Twenty do....... {&- Ca?B, TFVaWABLY ? ilTtlCI. 0&- Single copies (in wiajpara) can be proewed a the counter, Iwuediaieijr after the iaat of the paper. Price?thus cairra. r Pobtxa?tw who act as agent* wrii be allowed J a commission of twenty per cent. A BHMIDY FOB "*ACH DISEASE." AT the request of nany of my p...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: W2DTC8DAY AFTEBNOOH.... October 18. a?? Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, " Sun Iron Buildings.'^ SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelligencer discusses the confidence which the Seath should place in Northern Whiggery and Democracy, insisting that those who resolved that the repeal of the Missouri compromise has absolved the North from the obligation to admit more slave States into the Union, are joat as sound on the slavery ques tion as thoce resolving that they would not have repealed the Missouri compromise, never theless urge acquiesence in that action as pru dent and patriotic. fa the tkurse of the ar ticle In question, the editor lets off a good shot in insisting that the Democratic platforms in these times are made after the fashion of the signboards, which have a different reading aocording to the position of the paseer-by. The joke is capital, truthful, and...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1854

- evening star. ? LOCAL intelligence. T M Liquor Law, Grocrr and Huckster Ex crrm.n Th? CUjr Councils have fallen upon the ^""Uboauiesaeg of selling liquor, buying and re filing marketing, and restricting the trade in such matters in a manner which has created much ex ~nZ!Znf Al prefni a law exmt* Providing against welling liquor on the Sabbath, and also prohibiting Under penal tic.-, th? sale of any other article on Sun ?rd ,n.fineW, 'aW re^H?&1^, Ule S,,nda> ,aw in re ? ^n^o^ii,g^,qUors' 80 ,ar ,s sellin* *>y the *m all ih.^ r!i?r ^K"y?t ? aPP,ies to those selling by Jho S^iii .T m w, there being no license to Sell by small at all, and the act passed repealing "all acts inconsistent therewith " The Sunday law, so far as iiqm r selling is concerned, comes under the ^?neral prohibition of the anti-tippling honse hill. J he effect ef these bills beiug such, forbidding all hotels, tav rns, restaurants, shops, fcc., from carry ing on their business, it is no wonder that much ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1854

EVENING STAR. THERE'S 50 DEARTH OF XIWDBESS. BT OEKlt.D KXgoEY. There's no dearth of kindness I n tlus world of ours; Only in our blindness We gather thorns for flower*; Ovlwwd, we are spiimiug? Trampling one another! While we are inly yearning At the issue of " Brother 1" There's no dearth-of kindaees Or love among mankind, IttHtn darkling lonenesa Hooded hearts grow blind! Full of kindness tingling, Soul is shut froui soul, When they might b?* mingling la one kmdred whole ! There's no deirth of kindness. The' it lie uu?pukeo, Frorti the heart it buildetli Uainbow-snnles in token That ther? be none so lowly, - \ Bat have ?oijic angel l< >ucb: Yet nursing loves unholy, We live for relf too much! As the Wild rose bloweth, Ah runs liK happy river, JKindnass freely floweth Id the heart forever. But if men will hanker Ever for golden dust, _ Kingln st iiuarts w II canker* Brightest spirits rust. "* There's no dearth of kindness In this Wo?M of oiirs; Only in our Wiutkit-ss We gath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 October 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED BV1RY AFTHftNQON, (HXCTMPT SUNDAY,) At tM? Mtar JSmidtng*, tomsr Frrrrtq/l+mnia *9*nu* mnd EUmtntk stmt, Br WALLACU dfc HOPE, WB be BerYtjd to anbaontwa to ihe ciaea of Wast* infton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A Q0ART1R CENTS, paya ble weekly tn die Agenta. To mail mbacriberi the ?abacnption price la TH RKB DOLLARS AND PIPTY CBNT8 & yew In aehemee, TWO DOL LAHS for SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLL Aft for TH8EB MONTHS. {&-3iuol* coring out CUR. i - VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1854. NO. 562. THE WEEKLY STAR. THiai lot a grentet variety of I be found In up other?la pubUahed on Banrdny. Single copy, par 41 ? TO OITM. Pi?b copies?.*???.?????. ????? ...? 6 M Ten do ^ M Twenty do ? #??? *????????????? M Cm, utouiit at &?ta*cb. (9- Single eoptea (in wrapper*) can be procured a Oh- counter, ImnWlataly after the lane of the paper. Pnce?tiiii cma. PniTHumi who act aa agema will be allowed I a ninimiMioo at...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: THURSDAY AFTERNOON October 19. large circulation of the Stab m iJusit the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers at the citim of Washinrt on, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than al. the other Wash ington dailies combined. ' Persons wanting i he Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, " 6u Iron Buildings." SPIRIT OF THJfc MOBBING PRSfiB Tbe Intelligtnctr appears indignant against the Union tor saying that whenever an united North shall refuse admission to a State be cause of the reeognition of slavery in Its con stitution, the Union will be practically dis solved, and says concerning fiis declaration of the organ: " The overwhelming reverses which the pas sage of the ^Nebraska law has brought upon the Administration party in the non slave holding States have set the Washington Union to " calculating the chances of the continuance of the Federal Union." This is a wr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 October 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Machise to Clean thkCanai Every body must acknowledge the necessity of keeping deep .and cleaning tiic Canal, this important inlet for wood, coal and other matters of consumption by our citizen*, and outlet of the sewers and other ae cumulations of the tow n. Should there nut be ob tained a suitable machine for the work, it will cease to be an outlet, become a receiver of filths, finall> 611 up and be worse than worthier a* it will be come a mammoth nuisance. It is almost thai now for want of proper dredging. The Committee of the Councils who visited New York have reported against all the machines there used, as unsuitable for the work needed here, and after visiti g our neighboring city, Alexandria, come to the co'nclu sion that the machne used there is best adapted to cleaning our Canal. Th?y say, after condemning all the New York dredgers: ?-Y??ur committee was at Alexandria, a?d exam ined the machi-e knowu as Osgood's, aud find that u is so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 October 1854

EVENING STAR. The following beautiful lint's from the Dublin Uni versity Mipunc will remind the reader ot" the lntt *cenc in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress BEYOND THE EIYEB Time is a river deep am! wide; And while along its bank* we stray, We see our lnv'd one? o'er its tide Bail from our sight away, away. Where are they sped?they who return No more to slad our longing eyes: They've pa<?ed from life's contracted bourn* To land unseen, unknown, that lie* Beyond the river. Tia hid from view; but we may guess How beautiful that rea'm mu>t be ; For gleammgs of its loveliness, In visions granted, o:t we see, The very cloud* that o'er it throw Th-dr veil, unnus'd tor mortal sight. With gold and purple ti .ting* glow, _ ?._? Reflected from the glorious light Beyond the river. And gentle airs, so twreU so calm. Seal someumes froui that vie > lews sphere ; The n ourner feels their breath of balm, Aod ootHhed sorrow dri?-s the tear. And f?ometlines hsfning ear may gain Entiancing sound*...

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