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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 December 1860

. H. £ditorp wf ft H. A- Van Horn, An«ciate EdiloV*. THE PRESIDENT UP ON SECES- SION. In this issue wilt l>e found a synopsis of ED EVERY SATURDAY Mr. Buchanan1 message, read in the U. * #3 IB adi aB£«> S. Senate op the 4th of December. Never has a mesage rpftd in that august body baeif looked fpr wi^h sq much anxiety, or period with sq much avidity. Th¡s ¿Vows out of the perilous state of affairs result- ing, from the election of a Black Republi- can President and Vice President, and the prospect of the secession of a number, if pot all the Southern States, from the Fed- eral copartnership with the North. Upon the subject of secession tlie President has exprefced hiipself fully, lie says: "The question fairly stated is, has the constitu. CfililCANA rasmr, **EC ember ■*m Hiwo. tUWL.Jgg Jlfeaii f«r Use Navar^ Puppftw. x Buxtftoto—Wm Eiq, mtXAHAQHlK—VT. W, 2¿q: *T .Remember the election oa the 8th J an for Delegates to the c4pventian. - ■■ i-sp-i rr-r TV THE RESCUQ? Rev, 8, £ Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 December 1860

m i I .IB. J STRAIT HORSES. . Allmtmbert of the Stray Horse Association have the privilege of advertising (two insertions) wsder this head, ait the horses that may stray from them without any extra eharge. Eatrayad from us the following wares, fll Spanish: One black, crooked blaze down her face; a brown, end of one ear off, or down ; a pale, or putty dun, white face, feet and legs all white; a black,white •pot on Ler side; a brown, (half breed); a black; a bay, bald face, all white feet; a bay, one hind foot white. These mares all have the ^Spanish brand on the thigh or ahouldeF, or both, and the Catholic cros9 between the hip and tail, or " on the hip," esoep the brown half-breed mare, she has either JM or SM and the Catholic cross on > the hip. PENDLETON & COFFEE, >n53 Milford, Hill county, Texas. Stray Horse.—I have strayed from me one sorrel horse, ahout 15 hands high, branded 69 on the shoulder, small white «pot in the face, 3 years old last, spring; ^ iie 'had his ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 14 December 1860

It I > ■* JYotices. Saddlery I T TAKE tikis r&eth,odof retucnLng my thanks X Co ilk* citizen} of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very libera) patronage, and Uope to we*it and receive their favors in the future. I «an be fonpd at my old Stand engaged, m heretofore, in the man- of tn4 Smddle-Treen! •«4 n«f alicer article in, my line. On hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harnees, Bridles, and all articles usually kept in a Saddler's ihc ►p. Orders filled with a Beddler's shop. V 4 despatch. • * t C. L. JERNIGAN. 81 Drugs ! return bis thanks to of Navarro county for the heretofore extended to by close attention to the to merit a continu- in Aitsre. He will keep „ on band a larga and well select- fll .... Medicines, Perfumery, Oil , Varnishes, , and Dye staffs, aad white wash brushts; and brandies, for medicinal r-braces and toilet articles; : ; letter, note, cap and bill snnff, and all tbe most it medicines of tbe day. >* prescriptions carefully com ¡re drugs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 December 1860

«v ™ * 'A* w w&- W a . *>. w r * *« "Sap ** <¿^m* v*si ¿iwM-- ÍFF^íp HORN,] Devote# to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, Jflorality, Jlgricultiire, Spc. [PROPRIETOR VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1860. •. NUMBER 5. Tyrant of the House. 44 a ums child ^hall usa them Tyraatof th« bouse, n, oor baby fair, and lisping speech, " curling hair, irns— lis eaprie#, ¡ commands obey. U*ÍÍ oppef from her seat trick to seo, and paper by, her KD$e. i shoulder perched Mrt papar dowu prattling talk. God-pa rouit pot him on the horse, * % Hie little leg* astride; . And lead him up anddown the walk-, Before aiamrvrs eanrrWe. E'en patient Willie can't escape, When he ia iick in l <uf; Fur he mnst «hare his toast and tea, And be by Tommy fad. The Doctor, too, must humor him, When to the house he comes, Most let him in the buggy ride, Or out the dolly's gums. fie fears the lancet, and at first. .Of shaking hands is shy; Bat runs to get the I'Uggy whip, And boldly says good-b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 December 1860

¿gastr mm. 'Stf ** 1 T V$ ^ MY** ?* 7f. StpltTI, Kdltor. ~ J. T. *9%ácm Jfc R. A. té Edilori. BMP fP|8ICA^A 21, 1|60. Y, DECEMBER : - - - - — f#f HlM^fr© Exprese. Wb. Yeale, Esq. ,f: Parks, % SECESSION ANJ) THE BORDER STATES. •• f . ' f . > V The pro-slay ery Spates ^ordering; on the free pegro States, pppaaf tp be laboring utidef gfeat trepidation at the prospect of t secession of nix or eight of the ujoj-e sppth- : .*rn btateg. Jhe citizens of the former | Inoy Hndfeel that, however reluctant they I in ay be tp Ujpp{, t|}«e J;)n¿er prqnjptly and j baldly .how, that if ix or eight, or evpn i two, of the inore Southern States secede, j that they will be left to tbe tender mercies of the remorseless and bigoted fanaticism qf ^jipJjtiofiUfn, They are too well ac- ; qtjajntfiJ wM M'P'Pj aiH I'^v® se<0 t0° I fimoinKpr tli* macfc "f'*Wr of to ^r 4t 1 7 fl* thetq wji|> tlje gjinfdi^pship of t| «jr r'ghts. plpptiqp on the 8th Jan fflf flpjpgatps ÍP the in. |>elow tinco io|n baa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 December 1860

m TV* Vote.—The Nnir York in elaborate estimate of the Vote at tb^e late Preeidentiai elee- m* 8 Ht¡t60; BeH i IfctfcnSoatbec Slates the figu tioenb, 8«,ea«; Bwsikenridge, D^ttgias, 162,79*; Bell, 505,418 •Lincoln,!,758,- ),t05; Douglas, Fusion, 642,084. Lin ia the free States, 868,463. «States the figures ar 585,320;] D^dglas, 162,7Í$; Hell, 505.418. Breck- jmrMge's plurality, t6,902 l a^grwutb vot*. ?«Ul *t*k> the Etó , 4,527,561 ró7S^aridg«lto 684,625 fot Dnuglas, 810,236. foríNW-and Fution, 1,148,502 2,742,763 fotn! *ot«for Lincoln 1,784,798 Jas. Talley s Column SECESSION! <>■* papular majority against Lincoln, 957,965 pa ittík last., at the residanee of the > J«e Jatfcer, by J. & Smith, Esq., COL. WM. FOOTER and Kiss |íINERVA COCKE- £lLL,al!ef this pises. Wv lander our beet wkhes for the fu- tura. happiness of the newly wedded pair. Thn^rinteft return thanks to the happy brKN£room*&r the good things furnished them, and would advise him to fotter care- Islly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 21 December 1860

i. -17~... J Business JYtatices. ITAKE this method of returning my thank to* the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties for their very liberal patronage, and hope to merit and *eceive their favors in the future. 1 can be found at my old stand engaged, as heretofore, in the man- ufacture of Saddle* and Saddle-Trees! an>l every other article in my line. On band and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridles, and all articles usual) kept in*a Saddler's shop. Orders filled wit neatness and despatch. n20 a L. JERNIGAN. Michael's Column. Drugs ! Drugs /I ▼HE undersigned returns I9 thanks to 1 the citizens of Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes by close attention to the wants of his customers, to merit a continu ance of the tarae in future. He will keep constantly on hand a large and well «elect ed stock of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Faints,- Oils, Varnishes, * and Dye stuffs, Hair, nail, paint, and white waeh brushes; Pure wines a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 January 1861

EXPRE a= R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, S cience, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [PROPRIA VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1861. The Lone Star Flag- BT H. L. FLASH. Up with the Lone Star banner 1 * its hue? are «till as bright, Aj wheu its glorie# braved the breeze, At San Jacinto's fight; Its fluttering folds in triumph waved O'er many a gory brow— The freedom that was conquered then, . W ill not be yielded now The honor of that Lone Star flag That floats the blue above, Is held as dear by Texian hearts, As that of her they love; And not a stain shall dim its hues. While yet a man remains To save this flower-girdled land, Froui ignomiuioas chains. That banner with the single star, Is freedom's favored sign; • Beneath its unpolluted folds, • Her purest glories shine, And in the whirlwind and the storm, Amid th^erash and iar, Her brightest hope still rests upon ^ That solitary Star CIRCULAR- atare teems with it; their poets siog of it; and it is the g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 January 1861

ígp'r fwM** ' w%? ¡VERY SATURDAY it: $3 50, lu advaucc. I. A. IfEBLETT, Editor. • P«Hce & R. A. Yan Horn, Associate Editors. , COESIC AN A:* _AY. JANUARY 2, 1861 jff..' • ■■'V,'1" " 1 ,'=• fwsihe Navarro Eipress. Js tW; W.P*rJfcs,Liq. 'I I ■ . 1 ■ lember the oatfie 8 th Jan fees to the HKgr-:>- Tfto*). mm _ pence of the holidays we #dvno. paper last" week.v- Wevrill here- "**' Von Wednesday. íy. tí'óusiort baa issued 'Sis proc- 3rj¿0DVéb¡Dg the Leg'islaUire on the 'list* "* j., %■ W. On tbe^reception.of the news of lioa of South Carolina here,. our ae never failing anvils i her honor, f.- H Butler'is anxious for those up. < You might so. See adver- ad here several days dbeeu killedand We are unable k to its source, and it may be untnte.; ■JPr On Tuesday, the 8?h inst>, the an- v nivvrsitfy of the battle of New Orleans, I . there will be-a-cotilion party given at the ¡..¿Court House. - Arrangements have been . 'made for a. good.time, and all who wish to themselves had be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 January 1861

.í ORDINANCES. ¡¿..•y Be it Ordained by the Mayor mid Board of Aldermen of the town of Vorsicána, tot. That the Constable be ordered to colflct a tax of one dollar per bead on eaA citizen of the corporation, and each penpn liable to road duty within the limits thereof, for the benefit of said corporation. 2nd. If any person shall tire pistol or gun within one block of the public square, cr upon the same, Ik shall be fined not less than one, nor more than five dollars. 3d. If any person shall permit any dead aqjmal to remain witljn his enclosures, the Constable shall forthwith have the same reraovei^aUhe expense of the propri- etor of the soil* to*be Yeco vered before the Mayor. 4th. The Constable shall have the bod- ies of all dead auimals fouud on the streets or square of the town removed at the ex pense of the corporation, or the owner of said animal, if known. 5th. That each ten-pin alley shall pay an annua] tax of one thousand doHars, to be paid quarterly in advance. And it shal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 2 January 1861

íSfc Musings Notices. 3* rV I TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and Adjoining conntitp, fur their very liberal patronage, and >*t>pe to merit and receive their favors in the future. 1 eaa be found at my .old atand engaged, as Heretofore, in the man- ufacture ot Saddles and Saddle-Trees! and every other article in my line. On hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, Harness, Bridle , and all articles usually kept in a Saddlar's shop. Orders filled with neatness and despatch. n*0 a L JERNIGAN. P liberal $ ! s ! IE undersigned retains hi# thanks to the citizen* of Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, aj)4 hopes by close attention to the wxots of his customers, to merit t^continu jtnce of the same in future.' He will keep constantly on hand a large and well select- ed stock of drugs, m _ _ and Dye Hair, nail, paint, and Pure wines and * ishes, brushes; medicinal purpose*; Trasses, shoulder braces and toilet articles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 January 1861

NAVARRO EXF R A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JYews, Literature, Science, JHorality, Jlgriculture, fyc. * • ^3 ' * . | , "Ji, VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1861. MASONIC ADDRESS- delivered BY j. t. SPBiiCB, ESQ., DECEM- BER 27TH, 1861. Corsicana, Jan. 3d, 1861. J. T. Spence, JSiq., Dear Sir and Jiro.: The undesigned have been appointed a committee by Corsicana Lodge, No. 174, A. F. A. M., to tender you the thanks of thai bfrfiy for the very able and interesting* address delivered by you on the occasion of the installation eeremonies, and to so- licit a copy thereof for publication. By complying with this request, you will confer a favor on the fraternity aad oblige, Yourt Respectfully, J.B.JONES, } N. P. MODRALL, > Committee. W. F. HENDERSON,) Corsicana, January 4th, 1861. Messrs. J. B. Jones, N. P. Modrall, W. F. Henderson, Committee— Gbstlkmbn AKD Brethrbk : Your note of yesterday requesting a copy ot the oration delivered by me on the 2Tth ult, is at band^ Alwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 January 1861

A SOUTHERN MENTION. Sit# IT SATURDAY feiM«dva*ce; rrri^ ÓtMor. Vtrulleru, Ul #, 1861 than to sleep or to pray. We therefore look upon him a9 a great and infamously notorious demagogue, whose penchant in that direction and "dowaward" proclivi- ties, has sullied what laurels were once generously twined.around his brow by a JANUARY «——■ —mm ICKL&CTIQX. the vote of this county mm 'fri&i dates and Doyle It will be seen tbat e carried the county ^¿y. ; ■AS 8-, i" V get %2 Dyyle. 6 23 • 47 ■'.00 . 81 ►4¿¿ia^batd W 4^? Lough- f" W* «ofñé gcfod tracts of laud soae faavíag property, fee sale >wejl to co tia mi uit to bit eare. would caitspefciat attention to of the Male and Feoiaie Which ia under the: and Odd Follows at teachers are' i>f a high :y are *-sound on the stare Got. Houston has issued his proclama- tion fur the election of delegates to a South- ern Convention. Gov, Houston may be emphatically called the proclaiming.Gov- patriotic and brave people. We hope the ernor. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 January 1861

iitot «C Mtters Remaining in the ítoat Office at the end of the quarter J anuury 1,1861. Win A Leratnons, Thos . Wm M Lemmons, Al iss A Harrison Laughlin, Jno J 3 , R \V Lamar, Misa Mary A Dan C Luckett, Alfred 1' C Lewis, liobtrt G > JiMtJ * Laasiier, NV iliC L) Lyles,John M Br®t®, J P Lane, Thos II A • Lewarancc, S A L 2 j Linsoo, O G T Mrs MaUte CMiller, Win ,EB Miller <fc Whitacer Wm J . «ji^larshall, Jas S i, 3ohn M 2 ; Mego, G \V Iiyrain Vjiledow, Jas JYew Advertisements. J. ft. f¿oughcidge, Attorney & C mnselor AT LAW, Land Agent, and tilev IcClenden. M B Mrs Marj , Nabo y 2 rs M J Moore, S W Cara&y, Bn H 2 Mettaw, S W M Meadow, Vines Miss Lucy Moore, M U son McFarland, J A ,Camden O McCarter, M S y, Isaac New, J il Noble, J B Ogleve, J R Oliver, Hasten Parish,Mrs Martha A Persons, Ueirry J Portier. Jas Powell, Miss Fannie Kirtley, 11 A Lockhart, C L Rodgers, D L 3 ,ColT L Risley, B ,Thorn psnRoberta, E Robuck, Wm Rowe, U il Uice, W A Rich in ie, F Rawton, E Ret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 9 January 1861

„.F- -i _ Business JYotices. m Saddlery ! I TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberal patronage, *nd hope to merit and receive their favors in the future. I can be found at my old engaged, 8a heretofore, in the man- ufacture of Saddle* and Saddle-Trees! and every other article in my line. On hand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, fiara ess, Bridles, and all articles usuallv kept in s Saddler's shop. Orders filled with neatness and despatch. n20 0. L JERNIGAN. Drugs ! Drugs ! Etkndersigoed retaros his thanks to I citizens of Navarro county for the patronage heretofore extended to bim, and hopes by close attention to the wants of bis customers, to merit a continu- ance of the same in future. He will keep constantly on hand a larga and well select- ed stock of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Varnish^ and Dye stuffs, jíair, nail, paint, and white wash brushes; Pare wines and brandies, for medicinal pur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 January 1861

I m& k ?. . j agg«te$K£j R. A. VAN HORN,] Devoted to Politics, JVews, Literature, Science, Morality, Agriculture, fyc. [PR' VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1861. N; SPEECH OF W- D- TALLEY, ESQ dilivbked at the OOURT house in COR- aiCANA, dec. 15th, 1860. It ia a gratifying spectacle to see so many of my fellow-countrymen present on this occasion. It shows tbat there is a de- termination in this community to think and to act. It shows that the popular heart is io the right place. It also tells of a Crisis having arisen in the history of our national politics that involves our salvation as a people, or our degradation as vassals. Nev- ar before in our memories have we been called upon to weigh, in the scales of dis- passionate reason, subjects of such vital importance tc our interests, our honor,and our liberties. We have the interests of ourselves to uphold, the honor of a noble ancestry to maintain, and the liberty of our posterity to preserve. The cause of theee thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 January 1861

I Kdvaiu _ ■ . - Cditor. • jH. A. Van Horn, CdilorN. .O0-& S I OAN A: lY,.ÍANUA3Y 16. 1861 THE ElEC'l ION. >)d w eir are secessionists I ft co operation^. OFFlCIAt HETCKN% Clayton.' Weir. 181 17 A 0 49 53 102 Comean , Spring Hill, ■t Rush Creek, Chamber's Store, tbatfield,. 178 15 70 40 52 102 Doyle. 6 28 47 00 15 6 Tutaf, ? team tlat 102 weut for 472 466 V --"We- fea in that Ilill county t -Clayton .and- Weir by about one hundred ' "* *6y majority. We are informed that a K. G. O was formed iu this plaice sometime ast week. - 43 ;L. Jernigan isaDet bis debtors If you owe Itira any- act'sensibly,-and go and pay up, or «tire. '•We return thanks tcf Dr. Carter bottle «^ikustapg wine of excellent ^ 1 *He ha*f>tent/ of it for gale, and desire a good article should not him a call. If persona wish us to exert ourselves their horses, they must join the Horse Association. If they are sub' to the Express already, and have their subscription fee, $1 00 more is necessary. If not, $3 5...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 January 1861

X'gJMfc. -<■ m., on Z ANCES. Be it ordained by the Mayor ond Board M Aldermen of the town of Corsicana, 1st. 1 bat the Constable ba ordered to collect * tax ot one dollar per bead on each citizen of the corporation, and each person liable to road duty within ibe limits thereof, ior the benefit of said corporation. 2nd. If any person shall fire a pistol or gun within cue block of the public square, or upon the same, he shall be Sued not lees than one, nor more than five dollars. •3d. If any p«*rson shall permit any dead Animal to remain within his enclosures, the Constable shall forthwith have the fi&tae removed at the expense of the propri- etor of the soil^ to be recovered before the Mayo P. 4th. The Constable shall have tbe bod- ies of all dead animals fouud on the streets vr square of the town removed at the ex penae of the corporation, or the owner of «aid animal, if known. . 5th. That each ten pin alley shall pay an annual tax of one thousand dollars, to be paid quarter!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 16 January 1861

=3 less JYbúces. Saddlery ! 1TAKE this method of returning my thanks to the citizens of Navarro and adjoining counties, for their very liberal patronage, and .hope to merit and receive their favors in the future. I can be found at my old atand- engaged, as heretofore, in the man- ufacture of Saddles and Saddle-Trees! Slid every other article in my line. On ifeand and for sale, Saddles, Saddle-Trees, jess, Bridles, and all articles usually kept in a Saddler's shop. Orders filled with eatness and despatch. hSO C. L JERNIGAN. ' Drugs ! Drugs ! TEE undersigned returns bis thanks to the citizens of Navarro county for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to Inn, sod hopes by close attention to the wants of his customers, to merit a continu- ance of the same in future. lie will keep constantly on hand a large and well select- ed stock of Drags, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Dye stuffs, Hair, nail, paint, and white wash brushes; Pare wines and brand i ep, for medic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Navarro Express — 23 January 1861

* "t-. NAVARRO R. A. VAN HORN,] 'Devoted to Politics, JYeics, Literature, Science, ¿Morality, Agriculture, fyc. {PROPRIETOR VOLUME 2. CORSICANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1861. NUMBER Í) Hymn of Freedom. . Hail tlie birth of Southern Freedom ! Hail the glorious herald atar! y rom the purple field of morning, Flinging its pure sheen afar ; Brighter than the light Hyperion, Beaming on Jtororu's brow, • £}mies the brilliant orb of Freedom, Carolina's frontlet now !' Glorious Star, which Carolina Hangs a beacon to the world ; from its proud, exalted station, Sever more shall it be hurled; Srster orbs may light their fires At its pure,refulgent flame, Hut till Time's great torch expires, It ihall burn fore'er the same ! ■ 4 .. Bow the knee to God eternal. Our Creator, Savior, King ; Till Be takes to the shelter Of his own Almighty wing ; Till the unction of his epijrit, Rests upon our country's shrine ; And we live, a chosen peoplp, Iu the light of love Divine ! South Carolina to the South-...

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