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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1850

S'iTfll . : h rf & tme il CLARK J?fiflO CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT r-JEprEnS.m. V lunif 10.' 12DI TOII Ac PROPRIETOR. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. GfiASUOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1850. rUBMBHED EVERT THURBnAT. OJtei on ' Water Strati Up Slain, ' door to the tjlasgov) Hume. , next 9 00 io m 25 Od 28 1)11 50 00 ' ' TERM OF PUBLICATION. Fur an year, if paid in advance, ' $2 00 If notpaid before the end of tie year, . 3 00 ' CLUBS. ft copies 1 year In advance, ' () ., . i, t , TErlSIPOr APVBIITIBIRG . One square, (12 line or less) One Dollar far ths flrsl, and 50 cent for each subsequent Insertion. . . ' . Liberal deductions made to Merchants and ether, who adverlixehytht year.' ' 'A . JOB PRINTING, ' I- Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES1 BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, : TTeally executed, kpl constantly on Land, and for sals low. i AGENTS FOB THIS TAPER. , V. B. Palmer. Eq , is authorized tnpro euro A...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1850

THE TIMES GLASOOW, IWo. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1860. TEA PARTY. The Ladles of the Presbyterian Church will give a Tea Party at the residence of Mr. Tbomai McCoy on the evening of the 14th instant Admittance Fifty Cents. nCT""' Justi-tia" is declined for the present River. The river opposite thi piece is free of floating ice, and in good stage for boats. The Anna came up as far as Boonville, and returned last Satur day evening. The Lake of the Woods is at Boonville, and is looked for as soon as the gorge gives way between here and Arrow Rock. DTlie officers of the steamer Anna will please accept onr thanks foi St. Louis papers, forwarded from Boon ville, per Mr. J. S. Thompson, of this place. OCPThe weather is mild this morn ing the snow has disappeared, and the river is rising. Stbamer Ddroc. This boat has been purchased by Mr. Thos. Lapsley, and is designed for the Missouri river, under command of Capt. Wm. H. Par keson. We wish these gentlemen abun dant success, and bctcr luck than...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1850

Sim Walki. Cannot omething be dona lowordY rendering riur side-walki little mora comfortable? If the city ii not able to construct pavements, it certainly possesses power to enact law compelling each properly holder to favt in Iront of their property.1 This would bo a great public convenience, and woul.l enhance the value of prop- erty uouulo the amount expended in the conduction of the airfe-walks. What y our city faihera and citizens eerier all)? Califok.ua Stakti.no Point. Sev erai towna above here, are spreading incmjelvej to convince California iin migranli of the importance and ndvan tagei of outfitting and starting from their respective places. We regard Glasgow as equal, if not superior to an) of them, as everything t ho immigrant desires can bo procured here at reason able prices Immigrants can outfit here and have the advantage of breaking in their stock, and "getting the hang" ol their new modo of life before gelling "without the pnle of civilization." We shall have super...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1850

t". T', t ,-r - ,--u ,w.jrfrisw(TnYa"rr -sr 0 V- ata "., MAIDEN WORTH. Her home wit but a cottoge horn, r , -A simple home, and small; . Yet sweetness and afTeelioa made " ,! II aeem a fairy hall; ' " 'A little taste, a little care, Made humble things appear Ai though they were translated thero , Front some superior sphere; Her home was but a cottage home, , A simple home, and small. Yet sweetness and affection aiade It seeins fairy Hall. As tweet the home, so sweet the maid, At jracctul and as good: She teemed ft lily in the shade, A violet in the bud! J he had no wealth but maiden worth A wealth that's little Tame; Yet that't the truest gold on earth The other's but a name! Her home wa but a cottage home, A simple home, and small; Yet sweetness and affection made It seems a fairy hall. A cheerfulness of soul, that threw A smile o'er every task, A willingness that ever flew To serre, ere one could ask! A something we could wish our own, A humble flow'ret born, To grace in its degre...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1850

CAKK "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jbpfrrsos. i:m roit v piiophi etor. Vlume lO. tUI.AMJOW, MISSOURI, TIIUWDAY, FEIIKirARY I I, 1850. Number HO. ii GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY. OJlti on Water Street, Up Stairs, door to the Glasgow House. next TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For Ana year, it' paid in advance, )2 0(1 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 Ull 0 OU 15 110 25 OU 28 00 30 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year in advance, J0 " 0 ' ' " S5 " " 30 " " " TERMS Of ADVERTISING On square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar far the first, and 50 cents foreach subsequent tosertien. . Liberal deductions made to Merchants and titers who advertise by th year. IOB PRINTING, Of everydescription, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Keatly executed, kept constantly on hand, mi1 far sala low. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPFR. T. B. Palmkb, Esq., is authorized to pro airs Advertisements, receive Subscriptions,...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1850

THE TIMES ft L A S t) O V , Mo. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1350. n w Tl.n intention of ihe trade I L I 1 ' ..iio i ihn Advertisement of Mr. C LBIIvm - U. Fallensiein. in to-day's paper. II has a most desirable and eilensive Hock .....niililA snodi. tor Ltoras. ls U Bll' O " d.es and Californiaitea. Glasgow Packet. By reference to our advertising column it will be seen the Rowena, Capl. W. C. Jewett, will be in the packet trade between this place and 8t. Louis, on the opening of navigation. The Rowena has been tlioroyghly overhauled and refitted, which together with the well known accommodating disposition of her gen tlemanly commander, will render her, as she always has been, a fuvorile with the travelling public and shippers. The Rowena was the only boat that stuck to us last year, "through evil as well as good report," and should !be kindly re tnembered for this, if for nothing else. It will bo seen she is advertised at a packet to this place, which will enable her always to be in goo...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1850

" TUP. U1THI ri Mm, 111 r, f-..,.,. ---- - .njiiv njiutv Thai the Broadway Hat Company are selling Of that na n f , . I .. C . "luinuiure, me nest qua lit v iMOi.fi SKIN HA TS, of the latest ash ion Al 1 each! Malum? no losses Uv nm-v.t nj .-it: freat number for cash, enables the Company to oflcr a hat at the ahovo price, warranted ,u sisewnero, at nve dollars, or IIO e. TUror.n Ur..,..J.. .1.:- .. -........ vo, ii, uni nun iurp, fTt. CX.07, 'AL'.S, AND GLAZED , Ct'S. California and Rough and Ready Hats, low erowq broadbrim Hats or all kinds, Low lor Cash! Gentlemen visiting the City will remember No. 297. fV! THU t!lfjr l rn (fir Hats in the window in perpetual motion. St r.r..,; Mim u luf.- r Fromthe Ijouisville Democrat- The columns of the press throughout the country seem to bo filled with notices of cures and specifics for all diseases that flesh la heir to, that one scarcely knows what to oo id case ot disease, lor tear that in using one medicine, another and better may be ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1850

1 Love Thee More and ltlore. ' Faithful in fortune's darkest hour, Till (hen our lovea wara dreama of youth! 'Twss then I Celt affection' power, 'Twas then I proved thy bosom'i uuib. Yes, when I sea the guahing taar Bedim the eye that thrill'd before, . 1 feel that thou indeed art dear, And love theelove thee more acd moie. Waked from a toft Elyaiao trance To life'a aevere reality. 1 find in thy more penaive glance, A deeper, sweeter sympathy. Oar grief, as from one fountain spring, Now that our natural joy'a are o'er Ves, not a sorrow time may bring, But 1 shall love thee mora and more I'll clasp thee yet I'll clasp thee yet, Though passion's burning hour is past, Nor breathe one accent of regret Tbst the bright moments fled ao fsst; Nay, the more dark the aky may be, And the more loud the storm msy rosr, The closer will I cling to thee, And love iheo more end more. Thus far together have we come Not be the hope, the prayer suppreat, That we may reach our long last home Together, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1850

,H. i i. f. t 4 1 ..5 V,. j . -oil . ia.ii ,t' ii a e h mil e-i y i i ;uii ; v "?'!.. I. ', Uu. : 11',' .i . -1 : l:i'ini!il' ) ) n .i i ' v f M v,-, YVX :. . ll y9Tsi;, TTrm II (3 II II II Mil in mj;; k;; k:; . ... ? r. t. .,,iVf .r.-....r. -(! 711:1 CI.AUK H. KEHIt ' i ' iIt. 1 . : v. mi V i , "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." JBrrKRnnn. KIHTOSt & PiCOPRIETOlt. Vlmiie 1. . m ' -- .t-;-.--'; ' ' .GLASGOW, M1SSOUKI, TIIUICSDAY, FEBRUARY 31, 1830. ; ... . .,Auiubcr 31. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, ' rUBLISHED EVERY THUIleOAY. OJl on , Water Strttt, ,Vp Stair, door to the Qlasgnw iliniie. , . next t . ? 3 00 Fer n year, if paid ih advance '. If ootpaid Dtfors the end of the year, . !..-,,..-, i '; OLUBS. .i . 0 coptot 1 year in advance, - . . ; . 10 '. ,'!" , -. ' ( 80 . . .!.-; ;. , : 25 .-. .. .1 . -. w .C; 90 . " 'i . J.V - 9 00 15 1)0 25 00 28 00 30 00 Tf.aMaor auvaaTisiso. On square, (12 lints or les)One Dollar far the first, and 50 cents foreach...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1850

THE TIMES ULASUOW, no. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, I860. THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DIS TRICT TIME FOR ACTION. The locofocoe of lliii Congressional District have already agreed upott twite and place for a convention to nominate a candidato for the approaching elec tion. Their convention i to be held in Boon ilia on t ho first Monday in April next. The whip etpect, at usual, to lace before the electors of the District, one of their beat men. Several names have already been brought before the pub lic, but aa yet we aee no proposition for the definite settlement of what partic ular gentlemen, of the host of good and true in our ranks, ahall be be chosen as our standard-bearer in the approaching eonvais. We think a convention of Delegates, chosen from the different counties in the District, will be the most satisfactory wsy of presenting a candidate, and we make the suggestion with view to eli citing the sentiments of tho whigs on this subject. We hope our colempo aries will bring the subject befor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1850

Weights of Produce. Established by law and general usages , of the St Jjoutt Market. lbs. b When Corn bushel CO Fletse.d bu.h. 66 60 Castorbeans 35 Dried peachea " 60 Dried apple " 49 Tioiothyaeed ' 20 CloTeraeed GO Blurgraaa need " CO Hutk wheat 67 Coal Salt Barley Bian ' PotBIOfl " Brane " Unions . " Corn met) " llempsetd " 60 Hone, per gallon 12 44 19 per cenl is tlocucted for the weight barrels of produce; 20 per cent for k'gt of l.-trd.&c. and 10 per cent, for tiercel. Mr. Pavvi, the polite clerli of the High Land Mary is at his post, wilh late papers for the press, as usual. This Pine little craft looks as neat as ever did "Scotland's Belle," in her palmiest days. May she liavo a prosperou season. Robbery. The driver between Brunswick and Carrollton, robbeda pessengcrs carpet bag, of some $750, on Tuesday. The money was recovered, and the driver arrested. In searching for the money, a letter, enclosing a land warrant, was found where be had hid It, which he was supposed In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1850

WHO WOlLDlBEA BACHELOR! i fia'irouJd be a bachelor,;,,,. C..I Ami pasaXhis vile of life, ' . rii Wildest die Tons' eares-ies MVtuJ J" 1 Of s sweet and lowly wife!, . 'TNot .fiko tb gaudy butterfly,' 1 ' ' ' : ..With. charms, ihnt wax aud wane,. V wife hatn olnriu-) -that long endure ' And e'en till death remain. ' '-' "" ' . -I'-ii-'i - ' ! -.'. . - !- '" Around the winter fire side, 1 " l When howling storms are rife, There' nought that's half so pleasant, As a Cheerful, loving wife; ' 1 Her smile dispels the darkest mist '' Tha.t e'er beclouds life' way, And sited around Ilia path of life .-, '; An cverchcering ray. i , ..,, '!.-. i .: When spring-time bids the earth be clos'd ' In new and beauteous life, , . Chen fairer than the fairest form, . Appears the loving wife. Whoever then would live alone, Must bear in mind the ban: , i hat he who is a Bachelor, l Is not a happy man! Woman's Temfbr. Wo like to see a Woman of spirit and life; fur a doll supine, prosy woman is a poor affa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1850

' , IE CLAIM II 'ISUIt: Volume lO. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY TH CltSDA Y. OJlt on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow lltuse. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. For am yar, it' paid in advance, $3 00 If notpsid before the end of the year, 3 00 CI.UBS. 5 copies 1 yenr in uilvnnce, 10 " " 2() it ii ii 25 " " B0 " " ' I) 00 15 00 25 00 s!1 00 30 00 TERMSOF AUVF. BTIISISC1 Ont sijusre, (l'-Slincs or less) One Dollar far the first, and 00 cents foreach subsequent insertion. Libera Inductions made to Merchants and ethers who advertise by the year. job ruiNTiNG, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, ni for sale low. A1ENTS FOB. THIS rAfF.lt. V. B. Calmer, Esq , is authorized to pro sure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collpctionsfor the Times, l his of. Hoes in the follmvinf; cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnnl streets. New ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1850

THE TIMES (i L A S O WT , M o . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1850. NOTICE. All persons indebted to this office for Subscription, Advertising or Jh Work, tie rrpectfully and earnestly requested to discharge tho same, without delay. OToslmastcrs aro authorized to J'iar,k letters covering money for sub scriptions. We desire especial and itn wlia!c attention to this notice. OM1"- Jxo. II. Grovk is authorized i'i net ns Agent for the Times, at Cam- bridge, Saline county. (.LOSE OF TENTH VOLUME. 'I he present number closes the Tenth Voiamk of the Times. We hare neii Uier room nor time to tuke an extended chat with our numerous readers, as is customary on such occasions, nor hove we any extravagant promises to make for the future. We will rctnai k, how ever, that we design treating the Times to anew dress during the present vol utiie, besides making some other altera tions, for the benefit of our customers and readers the particulars cf which ue cunnot 6peokofjusl r.ow. LOCOFOCO CONVENTION. The ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1850

1 - i I A I 1 lit INFORMATION WANTED. Lamentation Bush, of this county, left homo last fall, on a visit to Ken tucky. In the latter pail of Novem ber lio wos seen in Louisville, since which time nothing lias hern heard of him- Any information (directed to this office) respecting hi whereabout, or what has become of him wil be most thankfully received by his family and friends. St. Louis Republican and Louisville and Lexington (Ky ) papers will con fer a favor by publishing this nbovc. Stage Aqe.nt. Mr. Geo. W. SIii.es lias been appointid Age nt for Mess tr. Frink & Co., nt thisplnre, in place of Mr. Ciiari.es Sterle. removed. Ulttinu lsts-mai. Wc received full flics of St. Louis papeis by Tuesday's stage, i:j regular time. The Intelligen cer got here for the first time, in due course of mail. Fen. Dots. lion. T. II. Kenton nnd Hon. J. S. I'uui.i'S will pluaso acrcpt our thanks fur Fublic Documents, inclu ding bound copies of the Falcnl Ollicc Report. Itev. Hiciiatd Bund Agent in...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1850

LOVE LINES. 0. we hove met ot.ce iroie my love, Afier many a weary day; And long has been the time, my love, S lice you early went away. A (1 you almost did forget kve', Your Lillie's all your own; 0, nuny a tear she's wept, love, ThBt you have never known. Were there fairer onei than she, love, With eyes of deeper blue, Did you lum your heart on them, love, W hile yonr Lillie still was true! Did they, too, bless your heait, love, As wou'd she who loved so wi II? Would their love ne'er depart, lovi? O, sure you now can tell. But now yru've come again, love, The sky again is fair; Thfrc's not a cloud on high, live, But light is gleaming there And ne'er Bg;iin will come, luve, A dy when yon shall sevir From her who loves you yet love, And thus shall love fonv. r. For now 1 am ;hy bride, love, And O, 'twould not he life, To soar to Heaven brght. love, Unless I weie thy will ! Virginia Dues Tine! "OM Virgin ia neicr tires," has been n catch phrase ever since we enn rcco'loi t. Ami there...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 March 1850

fa - .ag rUSSf l Mini BMWBWMWWMBWWBlWBMiWMBWMMWBMBiMIWWWBMWWMMaWCTWWWBMBBWWWIgtWHBHMWMBWWWMWMWBMWMMlll'JIJUil .1 I II l?l f Jll'l I I HllgBBCT M-'.Ul-aXmUH IL.HU 5 an claisk ii ;e:i:i:a: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferso. i:itok &. puorniETois. Volume 1 1. ;l,VM;(IU, TOISSOUKI, TIIIISSIfAY, 31AKCII 7, IS50. Itim!ci I. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. rOIT.ISHED EVP.r.Y THURSDAY. OJif on Water Street, Up Stairs, ioor lo the tllasgaw House. next TERMS Of rOBMCATIOS. For on y ear, il' paid in advance, $2 00 If notpiiJ before ihe end of th year, 3 00 CI.UI19. 5 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 " " IS 00 J J " 2"j 00 55 .i as oo no M " 30 oo TERMS or ABVERTtSlNO. On square, (f-Jlinps or less) One Collar for the first, and 50 cents forcach subsequent Insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PiUNTINO, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 March 1850

end leading officer, were dwelt upon with much power. The univeral pros perity of the country, wilh the excep tion of a few manufacturing districts, was unbounded; and it was from the very wantonncii of prosperity thai most of the wild schemes of the day emanated. He then enumerated the various lead ing acta of government adopted when the North held sway in the counsels of the nation; they were a bank of the United States, the assumption ofthe Stute debts, protection to the manufac luring interests, (1819,) the alien and sedition laws, and the quasi war with France. These wore the leading results of the northern counsels, which had away during the first twelve years of the government. For the last fifty years the South preponderated in the cotin sets of the nation, and the results were the embargo restrictions, the war wild Great Britain, the overthrow of the bank of the United States, the extension and enlargement of protection to man ufacturers, the re-establishment of the DaDk of...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 March 1850

A1T0RTI0NMENT OF 8TATE SCHOOL MONEY. The Secretary of State-furnished the Metropolitan the following statement of the amount of money due eacli county under the apportionment of School money for the present year. Whole number of children reported, 174,447 and the apportionment made on a ratio of sixteen cents for each child which makes the total amount for dis tribution 827,750. Reports from all the counties in the State except five. Counties, Adair Andrew Atchison Audrain Barry Bales HentoD Boone Buchanan Builer Caldwell Calloway Camden Am't. Ill 63 461 52 75 56 159 63 175 20 219 04 271 35 697 76 617 76 71 88 121 44 600 12 143 52 Counties. Livingston McDonald Macon ATadiion A'arion Mercer Miller Mississippi Moniteau Monroe Am'l. 264 64 11356 374 56 275 20 546 83 ISO 1G 203 52 107 84 303 36 510 08 C Girarodeau 624 64 Carroll Cass Cedar Charkon Clarke Clay Cole Cooper Crawford Dade Dallas Davit's DeKaib Dunklin - Franklin Gasconade Gentry Green Grundy Henry Hickory Holt Howard Jackso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 March 1850

LINES. Th morn through many t pleasing icene In ion and shade my course I held, A weight of grief opon my heart, Wliivb could not be dispelled. In Tiin I soiigtit to catch the joy Which teemed to move in leaf and fliwer The breess 'came to me' from the Gild, j . But with no soothing power. Birds Riled the air wi.h no'sy songs, The squirrel leaped from bough to bough There was no cloud in (leaven to throw That erydow on my brow. What secret influence was there, To guide my thoughts deer babe, to thee And give relief I could not fi d In niluies kindly gloS' The slresm lliat wandered by, might well An emblem of thy life impart But even in its music failed to stir. The fancy in my heart. That there are sweet similitudes I know, betwixt the fl iweis and ihee, Ye, while a thousand fliwers were near, Not one occurred to me. I only know, that unannounced Thy imaged glanced across my mind, And like a transient sunbeam pasted, But left no gloom behird. THE EVENING TWILIGHT. There is a sadness...

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