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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 October 1854

J ...... o Vol. ii. I LQUDON, ;TEJ?NESSEE, OCTOBER 4; 1854. NO. 43. o JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. ' Office or Cedar Strtrt, EuH if the Public Swart TERMS: Two Dollars Ju ttdvnnrc: Two Dol lars ai Firrr Cksts in fix months; Thrke Dol Lars at the expiration of th jenr. Advertisements inserted at SI per square for tbc Cr't, and jQ cents for each ubsCtiuent insertion Y E A R LT ItATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,)- " " (more than five lines,)... Qnarter of eoldnsn .. .'. Half colnmrt ........ One column VI...... ......... ...... Announcing eanJiihites, (advance,). ;2-rAddreM tlie Publishers. '(-Paid. iii i I. $ 5 10 1SJ 37i 75 $3 LOUDON: "WEDNESDAY, :: '. : : r : '. i i : : : 1 1 OCTOBER, 4. The War. Ptr Atlantic The newi by this arrival is not extensive. Russia nominally refuses Austria interference, ut no new incident has occurred in the war. f would seem, however, that the formal reply Russia was not expected to reach Vienna intil Sept. lCih. I revions accounts indicated tha...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 October 1854

imtiwii pit .Jrf55. BY J. & 8. B. O'HRIF.y. LOU D O N : WEDNESDAY :::::::: OCTOBER 4, 1854. UNION- ROLLING MILLS. The Iron Rolling Mill at this place has re cenlty been purchased by four Mechanics,Mcssrs. Cooper, Howell,' Williams and Koight. All being practical men and understanding felly every department of the business, they are prepared to operate upon a more economical and judicious system than is generally practis ed where the operatives are not interested. They have already arranged the furnaces in such manner as to save" from six to ten dollars per day, by causing the fuel used in the pud dling furnaces to make steam sufficient to run the machinery. The quality of the Jron manu factured here, has been pronounced by those who have used it, as inferior to cone made in East Tennessee. K5 There were 14 deaths from yellow fever in Charleston on the 28th ult. JEaF The passenger train on the E. T. t Ga road ran over a mule four miles this side of Athens on Saturday morning. . T...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 October 1854

'- - , LOUDON: Wednesday ;;;;;;;;;;;; October 4, 1851. v - RELIGIOUS NOTICE. No preventing Providence, Rev. C. Godby vill preach in the Cumberland Presbjterian Church in this place, at Si A. M. and at can dle lighting on Sabbath. This will be his last appointment before Conference. EgiA general attendance of the Sons is de sired at the Hall, next Saturday night. AGRICULTURAL MEETING. The Roane County Agricultural Society as. eembled in Kingston on the 25th. We were not furnished with a report of the proceedings, lut gather the following items from the Gaz etteer. The - President, ' and Secretary being absent, AV. F. Brown, Vice President took the chair, and R. K. Byrd was appointed Sec. pro tern. Something over three hundred dollars were reported by the committee as the Capital Stock of the Society. II. K. Byrd was elected Treasurer, Tho. A, Brown Rec.Sec., and N. A. Patterson Cor. Sec. The members present opposing the gentlemen heretofore filling those stations had resigned. The ch...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 October 1854

AGRICULTURAL. Farming in Early Times. In looking over lately the Annual Report of the Massachusetts Board of Agriculture, bj Charles L. Fust, we have observed some singular facts variously scattered through it, in relation to farm management in early times, which may be of interest to our readers. Farmers at the present time usually prefer red colored cattle; but soon after the landing of the pilgrims, these were considered the least valuable of all, for the simple reason that they "were more liable to be mistaken for deer and killed by the wolves. A black calf therefore, commanded a much higer price. A singular disproportion in prices prevailed at the same time; for a wnile cows were often so high as to sell in 1C3G, for twenty-five to thirty pounds sterling, and oxen at forty pounds per pair, quart of new milk, or four eggs, could be bought for a penny. The real value of such cattle, at our present estimates, may be inferred from the fact that a hundred and fifty years ago, the av...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 October 1854

' O . YOL. II, LOUDON, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 11, 1854. NO. 44. o O O 0 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IT JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. Office on Cedar Street, Eatt of the Public Squar TERMS: Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol lars and Fiftt Cests in fiix months; Three Dol lars at the expiration of the year. .. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square fur the fir jt, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. TEARLT RATES. Professional Cards, (fire lines,) $ 5 " " (more than five lines,) 10 "Quarter of column IS J Half column. 37J One column 75 Announcing candidates, (advance,) $3 ;C3?-Addre8g the Publisher. Pott-Paid. LOUDON : "WEDNESDAY, V:': ::::::::: : :" OCTOBER, 1!. Loss of the City of Philadelphia. Halifax, N. S., Sept. 26. The new steamship City of Philadelphia, from Liverpool for Phila delphia, was wrecked off Cape Race last night '. and wiU prove a total loss, Her crew and pas sengers, seventy in number, were saved. Great Storm at Gahrston. Galveston, Texas, Sept 22. A great storm Las preva...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 October 1854

Mara f m gwsjf. II Y J. V. & S. B. O'KRI EX. LOU D O N WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11, 1854. A SLIGHT MISTAKE. The papers generally in Baltimore, Philadel phia and New York, have announced, on the authority of a telegraphic despatch, that the Know Nothings had recently elected their can didate for Mayor in Louisville, Ky. It appears by the papers of that city that no such election has been held there. There is evidently a mis take somewhere. Charleston Courier. The only error committed by the papers spo ken of was, the despatch should have reported the election at Nashville instead of Louisville. They spoke of the election of W. B. Shapard, a democrat and Know Nothing, by a majority of 530 votes such was the fact in Nashville. 53 We commend the article over the sigua ture of 'A Roane County Farmer' to the favor" able consideration of the Committee aud super iutendants of the Division Fair to convene at Knoxville on the 25th inst. The writer has had more or less to do with Agricultural Soc...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 October 1854

O i O O i 4J LOUDON: Wednesday October II, 1851 JC-Frank Leslies' Ladies Gazette of Pai ls, London and New York Fashions haa been received for October, It is issued month!? at Iso. C John street, New York, at $3 pe an- UUffi , or 25 cents per number. This w ik is becoming deservedly popular with the La&hs WT II T T . . i 4. uun. iioiix pell was prevented oeiiv- nnj the Address on the occasion of there- cent celebration in Nashville, on account o' ill health. Ex-Governor N. S. Brown was sel c ted, and although he had but a short time to prepare, his effort is said to have been an kile one. FLORIDA ELECTION. We find the subjoined communication in tie Savannah Georgian. ! Tallahassee, October 2 1854 Editors Georgian: The poll at this precact have just closed. The vote stands: Tor CVn press, Brown, whig, 177; Maxwell, cbrnocr.t, 222. In 1852, the vote stood, for Cali-1, whir, "203; Maxwell, democrat, 212. The wtole vtie heu was 415. now it is 408. I j For Members of the Legislature ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 October 1854

c f OUijBE f m rE55. "Orer tbe Left." U, don't you remember Bill Sprigp-s, mother, Old Sprigs, that lived at the mill; Y.'Uh eyes fust like a piji's mother; "With a turn up chin And a yellow skin? He was just a man for a beau, Over the left iou know, mother. Ovar the left you know. He came to court me once mother, When we lived over Routh; And tried to kiss me the dunce mother Cut poked his thin in my mouth. The old scapegrace; I slapped his fate But said 'twas a loving blow; Over the left, yen know mother, Over the left, you know. He was n;rly and old, but rich mother The last an important thing So I let the stupid wretch, mother, Come when a present he'd bring. He said ''My dove,' Will you be my love?" I told him "Oh jes! just so" Over the left you know mother, Over the left, you know. And Harry got quite jealous, mother, Although no reason had he, And sighed like a broken bellows, mother, I told him "Fiddle-de-dee! It's all a sham, The old thing to bam: For all the love I show Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 October 1854

J &0 0 VOL. II. LOUDON,. TENNffiE, OCXQBEll 18, 1854. . NO. 45. rt'BI.ISHKn Y'EKKLT BY JKO. "W. & SAlTL B. O'BRIEU. Oirc on Cc(r Si rrtt, Evnt f the public S'piar TERM?: Two Uoi.LARsin alvnricc: Two Pol X.4RS and Fiftv Cents ia ?5x lamiths; Tnnnu Dol lars at the expiration of the y.ir. AnVEHTiseusiTS inaertcd at l per sr.tre f-ir tho frit, nd 50 cents for each gabsenent insertion. TEARliY KITES. Profesiional Carda, (five lines,) .... $ 6 " " (wore than Ave lines,)..... 19 Quarter of column .. 3 Si Half column .... 374 One column 75 Announcing candidates, (ail vance,) t3 ff-Adlre.-s' the Publishers, rott-Paid. LOUDON : WEDNESDAY, The Mechanics' Bank of Augusta ha de clared a divid'rti d of 5 re per cent .orr the profit-, of the past six months. ' A silver service, worth 1,000, is to he pre sented to John W. Maury, late Mayor of Wash ington, by his friends in that city. .. 'AN IRON COFFER DAM. In a report of li e proceedings of a eemi anuual metiing of the CoTuwnj.al.way Co., ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 October 1854

niririv.-" o'bri ex. LOUD O N WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 1S54. Horrible Accident. The Steamer -Arctic and Three Hundred and Eijhty nine Lh'cs Lost. ' New York, Oct. 11. Rumors are afloat that the steamer Arctic run into a.propeller steamer, or wreck, near Cupe Race, and sunk, all on board but A'i were lust, bight ot these saved ' - For '-oudon Free Press." North Carolina Central Railroad. Editors Free Press: Sir On a recent visit to North Carolina I attended a rail road meet ing at Franklin. The subject under considera- gyVe are pleased to direct the attention of prevent transhipments betwafentier the Atlantic, and tstoamboftt nat- he waters of the Mississippi. He plan were adopted it would lead miction of a double track, one of rua"e to suit "the South Carolina the other of the . English gauge cf 4 hes, to suit the roads of North Caro- . - iaQ Amic ,m enrs. une u. wie ; Wic. ;n(Jn hftl at our readers in thic vicinity to the advertisement ' passengers saved is said to have arrived in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 October 1854

LOUDON: Wednesday Octobei", I t, 1S31. j Cl.KVEi.AVn. Oof. 17. 1S.Y1 Mr. Editor; . j Plea3o state ia the FreS Tress, j for tht information of friends, that the funeral : of the Her. Johs Ket has been deterred, on nyvuuiu oi HicKness, till the second- Sabbath in November, when it will be preached by Rev. It. M. Stetexs, at Batt Creek Carnp-jrround. Yours &c, J. II. Bkuxer. Halifax, Oct H. The steamer "Vesta" ar rived at SL Johns on the 13th. She being the vessel that came in collision with the Arctic instead of the "San" as was thought, from her having a black keel. She had on board 31 of the Arctic's crew who were picked up. She lost 31 of her passengers wha were standing on the guards and were jolted over by the collision. .The fog was so dense that neither vessel reeog- ' nized the other. . . Ne York. Oct. 14. -Capt. Luce has written letter to Mr. Collins giving the particulars of Xhe loss of the Arctic. lie says he sunk with his son twice when a piece of the wheel house struc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 18 October 1854

Guard well thy lips; none, nono can know What evils from the tongue nmvow, What puilt, what grief may be jncured Ky one iucautious, Jiasty word. Be slow to speak; look well within, "To check what there may be of sin, And pray unceasingly lor aid, Lest unawares thou be betrayed. Condemn not, judge not; not a man Is given his brothers fault to scan; One task is thine, and one alone, To search out and subdue thine own. Iddu'gc no murrnurins; ohi restrain Those lips so ready to complain; And if they can be numbered, count Of each day's mercies the amount. Shun vain discussions, trifling themes; Dwell not on earthly hopes or schemes; Let words of wisdom, jneekness, love, Thy heart's true renovation prove. Bet God before thee; every word Thy lips pronounce, by Him is hear!; Oh! could st thou realize the thought, What care, what caution would be taught! Think on thy parting hour; ere long The approach of Death may claim thy tongue, And powerless all attempts be found To articulate one mean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 October 1854

if . 7 r f I ray JJgf . VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 25, 1854. NO. 46; PCBLISHED WEEKLT BT JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN. OJict on Cedar Street, East of the Publie Square TERMS: Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol lars asd Fiftt Cests in six months: Three Dol- ..in . A 1 . . . .am, u me expirauon 01 me year. Advertihemexts inserted at $1 per square for the Irst, and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. TKARLT RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines.) $ " " (more than five lines,) 10 Quarter of column gj Half column. jyj One column.... 4 Announcing candidates, ( advance, ).'.""'.'. $3 JffO-Ad.lre.s the Publishers. Pot-Paid. LOUDON : WEDNESDAY, :: OCTOBER, 25. The White Sea. CapL Lyons officially anounces to tlie British Admiralty, the destruction of the town of Kola, which ha burned to the ground without losing a man. A child was stung on the eye-lid by a wa?p, near Wheeling, Va., a few days since,and infla mmation and death ensued in less than thirty hours. Bread riots have oe...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 October 1854

BY J. iv. & S. Tt. O'BRIEX. LO UPON; WEDNESDAY : : :::::: OCTOBER 25, 1854. Meeting of the Synod. 1 The' East Tennessee Synod of the C. P. Church convened at this place on the 1 6th inst., nrul was organized bv electing Rev. J. B Dgbson Moderator,aud Rev. A. J. McGee Clerk. There was a fair attendance of the members,and we understand much inportant business, of the church, was transacted. The Synod adjourned at a late hour on Monday night, and nearly all the Preachers have left for their homes; yet eome of the Preachers are yet remaining and continue religious exercises in the church from five to eight hours per day. They are having quite a lively time some 15 or 20 having professed religion. Bring on those Stamps "what be adver tised"' in another column. Hon. J. C. Gact has procured the ser vices of Judge J. L. Goopall, to hold the next term of the Circuit Courts at Washington, Pike vill, Jasper, Harrison, and Athens. This ar rangement is made that all cases in which Jndn-e Gac...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 October 1854

4. o r o a 1 o L 0 V D 0 IT : Wednesday October, 25, 1851. "Charleston, t)ct. 20. Th death from Yellow Fever for the past 24 hoars AtcusTA Oct, 21. The Board of Health re port 1 death irem Yellow Fever within the last IIealth op Montgomery. We are sorry to see by our Montgomery exchanges,snys the At lauta Intelligencer, that the yellow fever, in stead of abating, seems to be raging more vi olently in that city. The Journal, of Friday, reports three deaths, and adds, "the whole number ot"easps under treatment, of whites and blacks, is over one hundred! A state of things truly alarming and distressing" PENNSYLVANIA FLECTION The majority for J. Cadwallder, in the Fifth Congressional District, over Nathan Jones,Whig is only eight. Later From Europe. ARRIVAL of the STEAMER AFRICA. EXTRAORPlXAltT XEWs!!! GREAT SENSATION' MROrcHOUT ECROPE; SEVASTOPOL, XOT TAKEN" DESTRUCTION' RfSSIAX FLEET, C.,A FICTION COMMERCIAL IXTEM.ICEXCT, C. New-York, Oct. 20. The British and North American Royal Mail...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 25 October 1854

g flittiflit pit lims. What Constitutes a SUte. What constitutes a state? Not high rals'd battlements or labor'! mound, Thick wall or moated rate; Not cities proud. with spires and turrets crown'd; Not bays and broad-armed hota, Where, laughing at the storm, rich Navies ride; Not star'd and eprangled courts, Where low-bow'd baseness waft s perfume to pride. No: men high-minded men, With power as far above dull brutes endued In fore3t, wake, or den, As blasts excel cold rocks and hamlets raoe; Men who their duties know, But know their rights, and, knowing dare main tain, Frevent the long aim'd blow; And crush the tyrant while they rend the chain; These constitute a state. For Loudon Free Press. Death. "It is appointed unto man once to die." Death is a3 natural and as necessary as sleep, and to the pure in heart it has no terrors. Sin is the sting of death. To cease to sin is to dis arm death of its sting and the grave of its vic tory. Where there is sin there is frar; perfect love ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 8 November 1854

JZ- $&6lc "- 1 i i o o -FI'BLISHKI) WtlihLT Bf JKO. W. & SALT! B. O'BRIEN. Office Crdr .Street, Kunl the J'uhie Sv,re TERMS: Two DuLLArcs in advance: Two Dol lar and Fiftv Ci:nts in fix niomhs. Three Dol lars t the xnirnti:,n .f ti,.. i,.:lr. Ain-Ki!Ti:ifrsinwrte-lr.f $! jrs-nmre f..rthe fim, u,liU cents r..r .-.-l. ..il.M.,ri.t inwrlion. . T k a ti i. r HATES. ProfY-Mnnnl Cnr.R (fire litu's.).......:..... " " (more than five lines.) $ 5 10 iV.ir ",,unm-- 14 ' ' u ill ;i t i vnt ruiiunn. ie A n n on n j n on ml i -1 a ts. ( a .1 v n n c e . ) .7.7"... $ 3 -J". A ,1.1,,., i..i.i:.: . . .. . i - LOUDON : XOVEMREU. S. BRIDGK BBOKK 1))WNT. Baltimhue, Oet. 2(i. A Hr.-ve .f c;itt!e. in pasin.r ov.-r the hrid t(! ,lt 1',,,-t I)e;oit,lnke it I I tit r,.t h.'ir ivit'i O - .... v : 1. ip'i wirs. Char!c-sto-t. Oct. 21. -Tin-re .5ns l.een one tleat'j from VcII.jw P'ev-r f. .r th pasr 24 hours. Ol in OIIS' tu;-k,- The- Prf;ilnt has rec . n zed John Smith as !of ll'D ir u,ta ir f .r ih M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 8 November 1854

H : 3. Imeii: Wty did' nt la 2 jut j. w. & s. n. cbriex. LOUDON: WEDNESDAY : NOVEMBETt 8, 1854 If any one should be curious to know why it was tire Free Press came along missing I jl week, it is thought that their curiosity wil be 5a;ihf:cd and our delay pa-doned, when they V-sm) 'hat ad live hands m oar office were bu .' 'y outraged during the late revival here, in preparing to migrate to the better world. A : eat Llessiug, truly. . tar We see that Messrs. Thompson k Dt :o of Cleveland, have purchased the entire MifL of D run and Medicines of the Messrs. lit!.: gin, Wells k Johnson. The new firm will '-niini:e to keep n general assortment on hand, iv. 1, being considered pretty clever fellows, will rio a rood business. NVashixctox College. The Jonesboro Jour- n:l says this Institution opened recently with "MAanls of 1)0 pupils, and others coming in. Tl isLja considerable increase over last ses- .si'vi auJ will be gratifying to the friends of the '..Vilege. c'y Tn going to Kings...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 8 November 1854

LOUDON: Wednesday : November, 8, 1854 LOUDON PRODUCE MARKET. Rolled,. rtii-i.cn: moiled, i(Hi r, i i . . . ' 'trcen, ousnei, iuu(t,ii;iioop B6i7 APPLES: si) hush Jric,1 iieal.rh 7.xrn:1x9 V.;i v,j itirr. unpealed....253ofpigMetal,frn,$35(a00 I BUTTER, lb ...1016 KROUT: l'ne isuiier. rgniou(a,V3 uoi 3(gj4 BACON. Ilb 89.'$ bushel 50(75 BEANS: LARD, lb 9(g10 White. bushel, G075;LUMBER, f qr...25(o)30 Mixed do. 5060.Fence ports, each, 1012 . BEEF: NAILS: Hindqr.tb di 5 Cut,... lb 57 Fore do 3:AVronght, do 12J00 Ham, dried, lb 7(3, 8 1 POTATOES: Shoulders do ..Mfihi Irish. a bushel 50r3l(?Q T? I.' T? C W 1 X- ."I M. f A . - ' T 1 . . n ,. n n .. r in i((i)25;r.nT seea, no I'.ltMM-.l): 3 Dnstiel no-e CORN MEAT. .of(ion Sweet, do 5075 PORK. lb 4.' 1'EACllES bushel... '. 75 $ 1 ; Un pealed, $ bu. f 1 1 25 CHEESE: iPealed $1 25I50 Coantry,1th 10 12J FEATHERS, -p lb 3540 Cheshire. ..do 14lSl FLAXSEED." bu. ($60 CHICKENS- l R A IN- Ench 10(ai2iVheat, bush. 120($130 CABBAC.ES 46 Corn d 75a00 Ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 8 November 1854

i I 7 TV ," V 1 i A 4 X- 1 'i l . 1 , j - - N'lM PORTE. BV. E. G. EASTMAJ. 1 She loved me wheu mv father hed . . Lark, stock anj caT and rattle, ' -Vben to her doors my splendid grejs a jtlwo o'cTocVwoiild raftle; " "" T ; . A-i,. how iu some romantic spot,. , r -. y As rolled the cushioned carriage, She blushed whene'er 1 spoke of ovcr Of hope, and then of marriage- - At ull the rents and all tbe balls I was her constant suitor. And Tom and Ned stood back becaus? They knew I had the pewter; And though Mis Drown and Mrs. Smith 'Twits said rathur fell nettled, ' 'Yet all the gossip ia the town Declared the thing was settled. ' . So shone the sun, until one day, My father's name was doulttfdr She only sigjied and wept at first, And bit her lips and pouted; But whn th? bank went down, the sky Portendr-d stormy weather: And next day wek the stocks and I Stepped off the stage together. I swore from twelve to one o'clock, At two it T.as hardly righted, And up to three, I nntst eouesrr I f...

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