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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 March 1850

w with CL4KK II c;kei:.: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT."Jei i;iitoi: tc Piiontit: rocr. Tolumc 1 1. I,ASOXV, MISSOU::!, Til IKS DAY, .TIAIiMI 11, 18SO. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, rUH.lSHED EVERY THURSDAY. 0it on Water Street, Vp Stairs, door to the Glasgow House. next $2 (II) a (10 9 00 15 00 25 00 2H 00 30 00 TKItHflnf PUBLICATION. forene year, it' paid in advance, If not paid before llie end of llie yoar, CI.CBS. 6 copies 1 year in advance, 10 " " 90 " ' " 55 .. . JO " " TERMS OF ADVERTISED. One square, (IV! lines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents foreacli subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and ethers who advertise by the year. JOB FHINTIKG, Of everydescription, executed with neatness and despatch, unreasonable terms. JUSTICES BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, Ki for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS FATER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorised to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subscripti...

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. — 14 March 1850

THE TIMES QI.ASUOW. Jlo. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, I860. Whiq Cosvistios. The Ginfgow Timet suggests a Whig District Conveniion "as i he most satisfactory way of presenting t lug candidate lor Congress in this D.s Irict." The necessity of a Convention is bi this lime not apparent to us. We believe we tan get along without it. For (he pres rnt therefore we await the developments, tut shall not oppose a convention. statesman. We agree entirely with the above, and would prefer to see this matter arranged without the aid of a convention, if possible, hut if we cannot otherwise agree, we shal not oppose it. Boonville Observer. We have no doubt "we can get along without it" a Conveniion but tin; question is, can we get along ai well wittout, as with a Convention? We think not, and therefore go for a Con vention. We are decidedly of opinion that good results would follow a conven tion; that our candidate would receive a more hearty support from the extremes. We of the centre, are eniircly willin...

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. — 14 March 1850

Pennsylvania Tu Union. On lhe22d ull. Wiisliington'a birth day the 8onto of Pcnnnj Ivanis passed the following resolutions: Whereat, The mombcrt of iho Gen rral Assembly of Pennsylvania have teen with deep regret, in several sec tiont of our glorious Republic, indica tions of dissatisfaction will) our funda menial organization, as embraced in our Constitution, and an apparent dispnsi tion, upon the part of inme, to effect a radical change; and whereas, in iho feel ings of dissatisfaction towards that sa cred instrument, the people of Pennsyl vania do not participate; therefore. Resolved, That the Union is identifi ed with all the glories of the past, oil the blessings of the present, and all the hopes of the future; that Pennsylvania, true to the Constitution, and all itt prin ciples, will never wavor in hor fidelity to that noble charter. FROM CALIFORNIA. The Alabama, ol New Ofleans, on the 27lh ull, fiom Chagres, bringing dates from San Francisco to the 24th of January, end Panama...

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

From the Boston Chronolype; MEMORIES. BY UAENA. I have ;een dark skinned lassie, Where the river bank was grassie, Where ihe olden oak was mossie Girl of raven hair and glossie, Sleeping. 1 have watched (he little creature Aa her dreams in every feature Painted all her soul's emotion, Like the moon beams o'er the ocean Creeping, Pure and holy nought of Borrow, Naught that life from grief can borrow Hod she felt; so fair and youthful! Never liaih a heart so truthful Been beguiled And 1 smiled, In the hall of banquet gleaming, L'ghls and genu and beauty beaming; In the mazy whirl of dancing, Where the black eyes darkly glancing Langushed; I have marked the wild impression Of the Cavalier's confession On the maiden, and the rushing Of the blood, and seen that crushing Anguieh Of the burning breast that fcelelh That 'tis guilt with passion stealth Through the veins, and never dielh, Till the heart within it lieih Falls bereved-- And I grieved. I have seen the wintry snow drop 1 have see...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 March 1850

ci, . uk ii jisi:i:.: " ERROR CEASES TO BE D A A G E ROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jr.rrEnso. i; ii to it pkoimsii.tohc. Volume 11. ULAKMOH', .TIISSOttlM, TIIUItSDAY, MAISCH SSI, 1S30. IYhih!cv 3. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rUBMSHED EVERY THURSDAY. OJce n Water Street, Up Stairs, dour to the Glasgow House. f2 00 3 00 0 00 15 00 25 00 ai 00 iso oo THE TIMES TEtlMSOF PUBLICATION Far an Tnr. it' paid in advance, If not paid ooforo Uie end uf lb year, CLUBS. ci'pios 1 year in advance, 10 20 " " 25 " " " 0 TF.KMBOK ADVEHTlSINf) On squire, (Iv! lines or loss) One Ptillar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent lnjrlinn. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB 1'lllNTlNG, Of every Jescription. executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and tar sale low. AGENTS FOB THIS PATER. V. B. Palmer. Ecq-, U authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive S...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 March 1850

THE TIMES 1 A. S U O W , .Tlo. THURSDAY, MARCH 2l.flSaO. CAI.IFORxMA MEEJING. An iflj.iurneil meeting of the Cali fornia immigrants will take place at the Glasgow House, on Saturday, at o'clock. It is requested and expected that all who design going to California, from this section, will attend, ns mat ters of interest'lo them all will bo dia cussed and arranged. Tobacco. Tho attention of Tobac co growers is called to the advertise, tnent of Messrs. Houseman & Lowry, in to-day's paper. They are prepared to store tobacco as usual, and offer in. duccments to growers. Cannot How ard take one of the Premiums? G I'ASUOW FEMALE SEMINa ItY. The Stcond Session of this Institution will commence on Monday. April 1st. under the management of Rev. A. 13. Frazicr and his Lady, with such Assis-' tants as may be found necessary. The liberal patronage bestowed npon this Institution, during its First Session, bowed that our community aro awake on the important subject of Educa lion; and its clos...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 March 1850

From Florida Seminole Indians. The steamer Fashion arrived at New Orleani on the Cih, from Tampa Bay. having on board icvcnty three Semi nole Indiani emigrating to their new hornet in the Weal. Nino of the dele gation from Arkansas were also on board. The whole party was under the command of Mj. Holmes, with a detachment of nine men and a ser geant, under Lieut. Wright, U. 8. A. They were landed at the Barracks be low New Orleans, where they will re main some time. Gen. Twiggs was at Fort Brooke, re covering from tho injuries received by being thrown from his horse. Missnsirrr and California. Two meetings have been held in Jackson both called without regaid to old parly distinc tions. At the last meeting a series of reso lutions were passed, charging Presidents Polk and Taylor with betraying the South; that the admission of California would be a fraud on the South. The subsequent meeting passed a series of resolutions, in which ihey deny that there is proof of any improper influence...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 March 1850

THE WIND. The wind is a bachelor. Merry and fref; rll roves at his pleasore O'er lantl and o'er see; lie ruflli'S the lake, And he kisses the flower. And lie sleep! whan he li:is In o jessamine bower. TENDER LINES. "Gits me a k;s my charming Sal" A lorrr paid to a blue rye J gal; " won'i" said she, 'you lazy elf,' Sere up your lips and help yourself." His brawny arm beclasped her waist, Willi love iheir eyes did burn; From his warm lips she snatched a taste A I.J then he tatted hen,! ADVERTISING, lias enlarged many a small busini js; Has reviv d many a dull business. Has saved many a lost business; Has preserved many a large business; Has created many a new business, ADVERTISE Your new wares that vou mav col a fail profit, Your old wares thai you may get some profit' Your bad wares that you may not loss them. THE LOST FOUND. The Republican contains tho follow ing ir.fonnatinn rclmive to n pnrty of imtnigratiis, mIi, it been murdered, or snow: "Messrs. Editors: fiom California, writt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 March 1850

i;UI I OK Ac I'KOIMIIE'IOK. Volume 11. MS(iV.-, MISSOIJIII, THURSDAY, JTIAKCII 98, 1830. 0 JVumbcr -1. " EIIKOH CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN It E A SON JS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rOSI.ISIlED EVERY THURSDAY OJlct Water Street, Up Main, ieor to the Glasgow Home. next THE TIMES TEKMSOF PUBLICATION. Far ns ysar, if paid in advance, $3 00 If notpaid before (he end of the year, 3 CIO CLUBS. copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 jg 15 00 t0 2.) UU 2ft 28 00 jg " 30 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING One square, (12lincs or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents foreach subsequent loaertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and ethers who advertise hy the year. JOB PRINTING, Of evervdescription, executed with neatness end despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds. Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, ad lor sale lour. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro euro Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Collec...

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

THE TIMES mm. o ii a s o w, no. THURSDAY, MARCH 2S. 1860. DISTRICT CONVENTION. We have urged (ho importance of a Diitrict Convention to nominate) a can didate for Congress in this District, nd invited our friends to give their views upon the subject. Two communications, one from a correspondent in this county, and the other from Randolph, have been pub lished, both favoring a Convention, and an early and thorough organization ot the whigs, for the approaching canvass. We have conversed with a number of friends, in this and adjoining coun ties, in tho last week or ten days, and find them anxious for a Convention, and organization; but, as remarked in our last, so far as a Convention is con cerned, we arc not desirous of urging it to extremes. As there is a diversity of opinion on the suliject, the best way to ecttlo the matter will be to have county meetings in the different counties composing the District, some lime during the month of April, when, and previous to which time, the su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 March 1850

URT OF GLASGOW, m .. I I860 Ufe3 CAME UP. Pocahontas, Moote, March Mary B'eno, Allen, S(. Ange, Labsrge, " Minnesota, Clime, 1 Passo, Biierly, Cor9, Gorman, Genl. Luna, Adams, " Haydee, Lewis, Princeton, Cntrington, Melodcon, McMahan, " Consignee, , ' Julia, Brudenburg, " WENT DOWN. Sacramento, Baker, March Dsn'l Boone, Draper, " Kansas, Btynn, " Robt. Campbell, Edda, Satnnak, Saltmar'h, " Gen'l. Lane, Adams, ' Anna, Checver, " 21, 23, 23. 23, 24. 25. 25, 26. 20, 27, 27, 27, 23, 23. 4, 25. 26. 2G. 27. a. m. a. m. a. m. p. m. a. m. a. m. a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. a. ni. I. o. o. IV The members of Wistcbic Star Lodge, oo.42, I. 0. 0. F., Miami, Saline coun (y, Mo., will hnvs a public celebration on Wednesday, April 3td. . Address by P. G. Tnos. Shackelford. Members of neighboring Lodges, transient brethren, and the public generally, are cor dially invited to attend. IUL1 ' 1 Candidates' Ucpartmciit. Announcement Fee, $3 In Aiiance. We are authorized to announce Henry II. Davis, Esq , a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 March 1850

IV'' Importc. IT C. 0, tlSTMAK. . She loved me when my father held. Land stock and cash and cattle, When to her door ny splendid gray At two o'clock would raule; Ah, bow in some romantic spot, A rolled the cushioned carriage. She blushed whonev'r I tpoka of leva, Of hope and then of marriage. At nil the routs and all ijie balls I was her constant suitor, And Tom and Ned stood back, because They knew I had the pewter. And though Miss Brown and Mrs. Smith, 'Twassaid felt rather nettled, Yet all the gossips in the town Declared the thing was settled. So shone the sun, until one day, My fathhr's name was doubted: She only sighed and wept at first, And bit her lip and pouted: . But wr.en the bank went down, the sky Portended stormy weather: And next day week the stock and I Stepped off the stags together. I swore from twelve to one o'clock, At two was hardly righted, And up to three, I must confess, I felt a little slighted. 'Twas very hard for one so young To read the truth in minion. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 April 1850

s CLARK II. (.JULIA: Volume 1 1 . rOSLISREO EVBJIT THl'RSPAT. 9Jle Water Street, Up Stairs, door to the Glasgow iloust. next TERMSOF PUBLICATION for sns rear, if paid in advance. 2 00 If notpaid before the end of lh year, 3 00 CLUBS. 0 copies 1 jear in advance, 10 " SO " u 85 BQ m i 0 00 15 00 25 00 2S (HI SO 00 TERMS Or ADVKRTIS1NO. One square, (12 lines or less) One Dollar for tha first, and 00 cents for each subsequent lasertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and thers who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds, Veatly executed, kept constantly on hand, aad for sal low. AGENTS rOR THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Oollcctionsforthe Times, it his of ices in the following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third and Chesnut streets. New York Tribune Buildings. Boston No. D, State street. Vay...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 April 1850

THE TIMES ulasgow, no. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, ISoO. TO CALIFORNIANS. A few more days or weeks, and you will be off" for the golden plaim of Cal ifornia. Think how comfortable it will be, efier being on the road from two to three monthi, to find, upon your arrival at Sacramento City, full (ilea of the Times, giving you the news from the lime you left. Call up, give us your names, and two dollars, and you will thank us a thousand times for the sug gestion. riTV pi pptidv The election on Monday last, for city officers, resulted as follows: Mayor W. J. Strattoh. Councilmen 1st Ward J. D. Per ry, II. W. Smith, A. W. Roper. Sd Ward T. Shackelford, J. G Williams, J. Forbia, Z. Handley. Assessor W. B. Foster. fayetteTelection. The town election, on Monday last, resulted in the election of Weston F. Birch, President; Samuel C. Major, William R. SnelsoD, William T. Davis, Solomon Hern, and Jesse Riddlesbnr- ger, Trustees. Some opposition was manifested, we learn, in reference to a portion of tho ...

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. — 4 April 1850

tDTIiere will be a Concert for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church, on Tueeday evening next, given by the amateur musicians- of this place, with, understand, tome assistance from Fayette. From what wa hae heard of tho talent ergaged, we have no doubt it will be a fine affair. The Con cert will take place in the Presbyterian Church, and a general turn out ia ex peeled. New Oiileans, March 29 A fire occurred to day, burning two hotels and nino other buildings, in Triangle Square. Loss 00,000 part insured. The Senate confirmed, on the 29ih, the nominations of Wm. T. Puinell as Consul to Bohcn, and of Jacob Shi co ver as Postmaster of Wheeling. The evidence in the case of Professor Webster, for the murder of Dr. Park man, closed on the 27th. It was pro ven by several witnesses that the Dr. was seen in the streets of Boston from fifteen minutes to three hours after the time he was alleged to have been mur dered in the Medical College. lOTho Eastern Mail failed on Tues day; and wo supp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 April 1850

THE PENITENT'S COMPLAINT. I went astray Friend of my early youth, yet hear ' Your erring, fallen brother's player Oh, cast me not away. We all are frail All find temptations thickly slrown, And all, alas! we all must own They sometimes will prevail. And if I stood A solitary, guilty one, Treading the path of vice alone, 'Twould well become the good. To kindly deal; Nor deeper sink, by ill-timed acorn, The wretch that might perhaps return The vilest heart will feel. A gentle word, And gladly its behests obey, While stern rebuke ia thrown away, And angry feelings stirred. Take, take me in! Then I may hope for comfort yet Oh, try my errors past, forget What I so long have been. Love and Coquetry. 0 the yearnings, 0 the burning, On the poetry of love! Its wiles ensnaring Still declaring Potent sway all power above. 0 the sorrows, O the horrors, 0 the wretchedness and pain! 0 the heavings, O the grievings. Of a heart that loves in vain! O the sighings. And the cryings, Thet our inmost to...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 April 1850

CLARK II. Kl'.SiA: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. i:ejjt;e & profkietok. Volume 1 1. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAY. OJle 0n Water Street, Up Stairs, door to the Olafgow House. next TBKMSOF rUBLlCATlON, Forona year, if paid in ndvanre, t2 0(1 If notpaid before the end of the year, 3 OH 0 0(1 CLUBS. S copies 1 year in advance, It) " 2) it ii ii ?5 ii ii ii 30 " 11 1") (HI as oo US (HI uu ou TRRMflOF ADVERTISING. Oat square, (I2jinc orles9) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents fur each subsequent titsertien. Libera deductions niado to Merchants and nliiers who advertise by the year. jon PRISTI?SG, ,0( every description, executed wilh neatness knd despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' BT.ANKS AND BLANK DT.EDS, H tally executed, kept constantly on hand, ad for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro sure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and make Oollectionsforthe Times, at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 April 1850

THE TIMES .TI o. THURSDAY, APIUL II. ISoO. .. .. POLITICAL. Tim Wln'gs of Cliai i trn county ore requested to meet in Keytcsville. on Saturday ncx', Ui tali's into consiuera. tion t!ic propriety of holding a conven tion in llic "rd Corgrcssional District, for nwiiinritinij a candidate for Con gress; A full attendance is requested. MANY WHIGS. tCTW. C. Samiei,. of Cliillicotlie, Iioa kindly consented Id act as agent for tlio Time?, on wlioru vs hope, our subscribers, and all waiting to sub tciibu for a paper, v. ill cctll. OCTWo have received several copies of the Louh TVmct, the new An'i Denton ppcr, recently Marled tlicrr, by Messrs. Walker and McFarland. It i: pood s'z ii'. LOh'ssrs. I.. J. Listen, and W. II. Lusk have icti;v:l from th JcII'tsoh Inquirer. Jjr.ies Lush, villi -continue in publication, nnd l!ic paper will con tinue :o s.ipprr: Sina or Ret ton. VANTiulSiWEni.vI'CLYI d7J500 n in rcviding Wliigs to tr.kc the Time. Wo nrs sttiff.ed this num l.cr can lu f.und ir. llo-.vn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 April 1850

V i CONGRESSIONAL. Some idea may be formed of liow Congress is progressing wiili iho busi ncss of country, from the following ic marks of Mr. Wcbsicr, delivered in the Scnnto on I hs 4ili ins:: Mr. Vol)Bier remarked (hat four months of the session had passed, yet no progress; whatever had been made wiih public business. Whatever cause bad existed for this delay, the tinio ap. pcared to him to have come, when the Senate oupht to proceed to somo ac lion. It would require weeks, per haps month, of deliberation and ac tive operation of Congress, to transact the necessary business, after the ques tion of the admission of California linuld have been disposed of. He thought the Senate ought to take up tin bill reported from the Tcrritoiial Committee and dispose of it first, lie pinning with the admission of Califor nia; and then ho was in favor of ac tion upon tho Territorial Dill. Finn ix Brunswick. We learn that n fire occurred in Brunswick on Tues day night. It otiginatcd in tho kitch e...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 April 1850

Smiles and Tears. Lei others court the witching smile, And piizs its beam most dear; Give me a heart devoid of guile, Its pledge the pearly tear. Oft times a smile is but assumed, How oft 'lis insincere! Who trusts, with bleeding heart is doomed To seek thai balm a tear. Smiles, like the sunbeam's sparkling light, First glad, then sear the flower Trais, like the dews of stilly night, Renew its drooping power. The only pledge of ttuth we have, Thai gift of heavenly sphere, Scarce has its prototype wc crave, The sympathetic tear. When Martha with a smile received Her much loved Savior dear, lie who was never once deceived, Priied h'ghet Mary's tear. No', that he doubted Mnitha's love: Sincere that smile he knew Full mniles n nfl had faithless proved. While tears were ever true. Lore That Dicth Rot. Love not alone the gay. The beautiful, the blight For youth will fado away, Like day beams into night. I5ul love the heart that's pure, How plain eo'er the faco Stub love will long eiiduro,...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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