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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 June 1850

"ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffebson. toi: tv puopuietoic. Volume 1 1. ftLAsuow, iissouj:!, tijiksoay, .hwk 37, is.. IVumbcr 1 7. C LA It K IS. (A IS KEN : GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES FUBL1BHED EVERY THURSDAY. OJfict on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow Home. $1 00 3 00 9 00 ir 00 25 00 2H 00 yo 00 TEUMSOF rUDI.IPATlON. Ff. rone year, if paid in advance, If not paid before the end of the year, ci.tnis. 5 copies 1 year in udvance, 10 " 2() 25 M W " TERMS OF ADVERTISING One square, (12 line or lest) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent lusertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES BLANKS AND BLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kept constantly on hand, and for sale low. AGENTS FOR THIS TATER. T. B. Palmer, E.q , is authorized to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, 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. — 27 June 1850

THE TIMES HLA8GOW, Mo. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1850. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT, JNO. G. MILLER OF COOPER. DijHrrScotlaod, Clark, Lewis, Monroe Boon, Howard, Chariton, Randolph, Ma con, Shelby, Cooper, Morgan, Cole, Mil let, Camden, Moniteau, Schuyler, and Knox counties. J. G. MILLER'S APPOINTMENTS John G. Miller, Whig candidate for Congress, will address his fellow-citi zcns 81 the following places and limes: Lancaster, Friday, " 28. Lloomington, Monday, July 1. Huntsville, Wednesday, " 3. Keytesvville, Friday, M 6. lirunswick, Saturday, " C. LET IT BE KNOWN, That the locofoco Presses and Poli ticians of this District, persist in slandering John G. Miller, by calling him a Free Soiler, in the face of the following explicit denial, over his own signature: "I AM NOW, and have EVER BEEN, OPPOSED to the Wilmot Proviso, in EVERY SHAPE in which that question has been pre sented, and if elected, WILL CON TINUE to give it my ACTIVE OPPOSITION." John G. Miller, LET IT BE KNOWN, That these same ...

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. — 27 June 1850

WI1EUE ARETIIE CANDIDATES? The last of Juno, ond no Democratic candidates in the field, election year, in 8 circumslanco thai the "oldest inhub. Itunt" cannot call to mind. Yet this is the esse this year. Why? Decousc the Democracy ore and have been, well aatisflcd that under existing cir cumstances, they could not eloct their men. The Benton men hold the bal ance power in tho county, and they have no hope of getting their vote. The game has been to divide ond dis tract the Whigs; and to do this, many heads have been puzzled, both in and out of the county heads Judicial, Ex. ecutive and editorial. It yet remains to be icon whether they will succeed. When the Whig have the game in their own hands, they surely will not be o foolish as to lay it down tin. j have too long watched and waited for such an opportunity. But where are your candidates? soys one. Ready, say we, as soon at the op position take the field. DCOn our first page will bo found synopsis of Col. Benton's speech, on his ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 June 1850

ItheumatiMii Cured!! TlllE unequalled success which has atten 1. ded the use of MORTIMORE'S RIIEIJ. TvlATlC COMPOUND AND BLOOD nHI I IER, in effectually curing the severest and most inveterate cases of 1NFLAMATORY AND CHROMIC RHEUMATISM, ii a suf ficient guarantee and recommcndut.on to in duce all who are afflicted with this dreadful disease to try its virtues. Hundreds of cases, many of them citizens MM. Louis and others (ruin abroad, have been cured within the last few months in the city of St. Louis alone, whild letters from gents abroad show, also, that it is perform ing the same wherever tried. Many of thoe were C'Arontc cases of long standing, and nil hope of recovery had been given up While others were of more recent date; of the acute iiiflamatory form, very severe. All however, yield to the wonderful virtues of this medi cine, and thousands who have realized it benefits, and are 'now. lb the enjoyment ol health, can but esteem the original discoverer and proprietor, a benef...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 July 1850

St meg tl.AKK n. f!KGFii: ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. s:e)itoi: & rRoruiExoit. Volume 1 1 . GLASGOW, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 1, Number in. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rUBMSUF.U EVERY THURSDAY. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, door in the Ultr-gow House. next TEIIIU80F PUBLICATION Ff rone year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not pa id tieforo tlio end of the year, 3 UU 0 0(1 15 00 as oo art oo 30 00 C1.UI18. fj copies 1 vear in odvnncc, 10 " '" ' d 25 i i HO " " " TF-nMBOV ADVF.nTIHINU . Ono square, (U lines or less) Ono Dollar for the first, and &0 ccnls for each subsequent Insertion. Liberal deduction made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. jon ruiMTiNG, Of every description, executed with neatness j and despatch, on reasonable terms. juiticks' r.i.AMts and blank peeds, Nettlv executed, Uopt constantly on hand, an i tor sale low. AGENTS FOll THIS PATER. V. I!. Palmer. En.. is authorized to pro euro Advertisement...

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

THE TIMES a f i a s u o w , no, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1850. Whig Ticket. . FOIt CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT, JNO. G. MILLER OF COOTER. Diitrict Scotland, Clntk, I. mis, Monroe, , Boon, llo.vatd, Chariton, Handnlph, Ma. con, Shelby, Cooper, Morgan, Cole, Mil ler, Camden, Moniteau, Schuyler, and Knox counties. FOR REPRESENTATIVES GEN. ROBERT WILSON. COL. JOSEPH DAVIS. LET IT BE KNOWN, That the locofoco Presses and Poli ticians of this District, persist in slandering John Cr. JMilleb, by calling him a Free Soiler, in the face of the following explicit denial, over his own signature: "I AM NOW, and have EVER BEEN, OPPOSED to .the Wilmot Proviso, in EVERY SHAPE in which that question has been pre sented, and if elected, WILL CON TINUE to give it my ACTIVE OPPOSITION." John G. Miller. LET IT BE KNOWN, That these same locofoco Presses and Politicians recognize and sup port Senator Atchison as one of their leaders, notwithstanding he VOTED FOR the Proviso, and BOASTED that HE introduced it into the...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 July 1850

SPEAKING AT FAYETTE. Gen. Clark hit opposition to John G. Ml Ur Coalition with the LocofocotWhig Candidates Wilson and Davis their speeches, tf-c. tf-c. There was stirring limes In Feyelte on Monday. Tha political calm that has so long prevailed was followed liy a storm, which is destined 10 rnga with fury and vio lence until after tha election. We have heretofore, in common with our whig fiiends, sal rjui.-tly under our own vine and fig tree, smoking the pipe of peace end contentment, and laughing at the hroils which weie raging in the Democratic camp, and which threat ened to demolish the impregnable, fori of lo cofocodom. But whilst wo have been thus quietly situated, waiting the approach of the great battle day, tha enemy have been bnsy tampering with our household, and have sue teeded in corrupting one of our old leaders, who has pronounced against us, in ihc name of Liberty, as traitors and tyrants ever do, und is seeking to ( airy over n poition of our troops to the enemy. Th...

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

ICliciiinat im Cured!! fl'MIE unequalled sncce which has ntten 1 dt-d the use of MORTIMORE'S RHEU MATIC CuMPOUND AND BLOOD PURI FIER, in effectually curing tho tcvcret mid moM Inveterate case of INFl.AMATORY AND CHRONIC RHEUMATISM. is a suf ficient guarantee and rcfmniipndat.on to in iinlflio btc offiicled with this dreud.'ul disense to try its virtues. Hundreds of cases, many of them citizens ofSt. Louis and others from abroad, have drcn cured within the last few month in the city of St. Louis alone, whili letters from agents abroad show, a'sn, that il is perform ing the same wherever tried. Many of those ere Chronic cases of long standing, and u 11 hope of recovery had been given up. While Uhers were of more recent date; of the acuir inflnmalory form, very severe. All however. licldlo the wonderful virtues of this modi ruie, and thousands who have realized its benefits, and are now in the enjoyment ol health, can but esteem the original discoverer and proprietor, a bcnelactor ot m...

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

Vol nine 1 1 . GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES TUBLISIIED EVEItY THUBRDAV. Office on Water Street, Up Stairs, next anor in me uiasgine House. TERMS OF PUBLICATION. Fct ono year, if paid in advance, $2 00 If not paid Before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. .1 copies 1 year in advance, 0 00 10 " " " 15 (10 u " 25 00 25 " ' 28 no an " " ao oo TEHMBOF ADVEBTIBINO . Ono square, (l'ilincs or lss) One Dollar for the first, and ftO cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. JOB PRINTING, Of every description, executed with neatness. nntf despatch, on reasonable terms. JUSTICES' nLANKS AND CLANK DEEDS, Neatly executed, kopi constantly on hand and fur sale low. AGENTS FOB THIS PAPER. V. B. Palmer, Esq., is authorized to pro euro Ailverliemcnts, receive Subscriptions, and make (.;ullectionsforthe ilMES.it Ins of fices in tho following cities: Philadelphia North-West Corner Third mill Uhosniii streets. New Voiik Tribune Buildings. J!osto...

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

THE TIMES l5r...V..V 3?- (JLAStiO W, M o. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1850. Whig Ticket. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT, J NO. G. MILLER . or coorEn. Dhlricl Scotland, Clark, Lewis, Monroe, Boon, Howard, Chariton, Randolph, Ma con, Shelby, Cooper, Morgan, Cole, Mil ler, Camden, Moniteau, Schuyler, and Knox counties. FOR REPRESENTATIVES GEN. ROBERT WILSON. COL. JOSEPH DAVIS. Public Spc.nl.ing. John B. Clare, Candidate fur the Lcgla in lure will address his fellow citizens at the following times and places, viz: Spring near Rochoport Thursday July II. Glasgow, Saturday, July 13. Beonsborough, Monday, July 15, New Franklin, Tuesday, July ID. Finucll'i steam mill, Thursday, July IS. R. L. Rennold's, in Cuaucfcoiuia township Friday, July 19 Moniteau Frcct, near the Moniteau brldgo Saturday July 20. Roanoke, Tuesday, July 3. Messrs. Wilbos and Davib, Whig Can didates fur the Legislature, will be In atten dance at the above appointments MR. CLAY ON THE POWER OF CONGRESS. Wo publish on the first pago o...

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

JOHN G. MILLEK. AT I1UNTS- VILLE. Mr, Miller addressed the pcoplo of Handnlpli, at Huntsvillo, on llio 3d. There woi o largo audienco out to hear him, and tho whig portion of it were eminently pleased with hii addrcs,nnd will give him a hearty and united sup port. John Miller, Ronton candidate, was also, present, and addressed the pcoplo. A correspondent assures us, that al though the LSotitoti men arc now spoken of as "existing only by half-dozens," "ihcy will be counted by hundreds at the election." Old Ugly seemed to wnko up tho Bcntunilcs and give them ' new life. The "everlasting Cl&ib" was also present, and pitched into old ugly hot ond heavy defending the Missouri res olutions, ond ''salting down" Benton. After Jackson had concluded, A. McKinney took the stand, and, in tho langusgo of a correspondent, "denoun ced Jackson as aa intruder he had not been invited ho was disturbing the peace and tranquility of tho democratic party, he was the advocate of doctrines which, in le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 July 1850

WOULD I COULD SMILE. Would I conld amile when oilier hearts Breathe rapture lnys of joy around; VVIicn the bright happy world impart.", The dreamy flow of pleasure's sound. Would I could smile when beauteous Mny With vernol blossoms scent iho field When tie glad birds with tuneful lay, To other breasts sweet cadence yield, Would I could smile! Ttut like the desert pine alone, Untouch 'd by season's changeful ray, Whose shadow glooms ornid the zone Of Winter mists or Summer's day. I view the lightsome glades eround, The sunny flower and babbling stream; But Winter in my heart is bound. 1 change not with the joyous dream, VVuuld I could smile! Would I could smile; but ah! ro mote Spring's joyous notes find echo here; Like murmurs of the past they pour, And in my breast wake passion's tear The hope that shone illusive spark! In soft nffection's glowing day, Ilith faded like a rainbow arc; The charm Is past the clouds but stay! Would I could smile! A courteous Frenchman; in reply to the...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 July 1850

' . ."'.... ' - ' 'V ' " '"'''"l w-.Vi,y-'; ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffkhson. e:ei tok v ii:ii:ii:tok. Volume 1 1. uLAKUow, missoij.ki, -tiivkmhay, .u i.y in, is.io. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rUBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY. Utjice on Water Street, Up Stairs, tier, door to the (Jliixrnw House. TERMSOF rUIlLICATION. F( r one year, if paid in advance, $2 0( If not paid Before I lie end of tlie year, ii 01 a. una. 5 copies 1 yenr in advance, 10 " 2,1 .. JJ5 II 14 U ;io TEIIM80F ADVERTISING One square, (Inline- or less) One Dollar tor the first, and 50 cents tureach subsequent insertion. Libera! deductions mnde to Merchants am 9 01 lfi IM 25 -N (II 0 01 Cam'irilge John II. GuoyE. b. W. D.tiUES CH. T. II. GRAVES F. V . Ziizse tn Co. W1IOLKSA Li: iy RllTA 11. DJt UVGIST! (Corner Market and 1st street,) GLASGOW, MO. B" 11." SMITH," AlJor!sc3' at Law, Trenton, Guuxi'Y Co. Mi). X 7ll.L promptly attend to all business, t V entrusted to his care, in the Court...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 July 1850

KigiSilftL,., J ' ' ' .to lii-SdSZ 4 . ' i L t ' V":v 1 ' Whig Ticket. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT JNO. G. MILLERS TF C'ir.rEll. District 5Vot!u"d, Clnrk, L"w, Monree Boon, I!j toitl, Chariton, Randolph, Mn con, S!n -II-y . Cooper, Morgan, Cole, Mil Icr, Cri dm, Moniteau, Schuyler, em Kr.ox ccuiuhs. U l a s ; o x , 31 o . DEATH OF PRESIDENT TAYLOR President Taylor died at Washing ton, on Tuesday night, O.h inst., at half past 10 o'clock. The Iif-j and deeds of this great ar,' cnod man nro too fresh in the min Is n( the American people to need recapitu lation, to remind l hun of the calami ty they sustain in his death. Tin shafts of envy and malice, hurled at hin in the heated political canvoas whiel resulted in placing him in the most elt vated enrlhly position, but served ti garnish his name and rune; arid now the excitement of the. occasion beirif passed, ond Death having !oid his c hill ing hand upon him. the tears of friend end foes mingle at the hug the natini has sustained. We...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 July 1850

4 titp H t nn.i ii & i . ....... ',.,' Ainu liN I Kh.i. Mom CandidatesTLB Sintc.j! ... ,u, L,sn omi inirigue.PK.glii trader, ore nrrnnsins a ticket for (J. F.1 1! I! ELL'S ecntiine Arabian Lin. uncut, is a most cxtranrdinarv medicine of which this courtly linsl.crn ilm tlie W f'nnnii. r. n t? '.i i&. Ir""' 1 ,wl'il'J' U pll"' '' t'"y"n'1 Btre, hns nltracln.J the attention of ihcklloits. wo luiirn, linvo come out on ll. H' '.,re- n-r.o'med ly it, which pre. prcw and liolilicinns of tlm Staio TI.W,......i ,:..i i tt:,t it "'"'lv inn re-Liwi mi other n eilicincs mi i ..... . -.,..,.,,, , imti urn iiriij ja 'Kion.n . vt. ,i i ... .. ,.;.. :.,: ,i. i i c . ' ...... ........ . see; Whiff Press, without n siiii2le,cicciitinr..M.il.l Pl i ... . . . . ' oenounco mc irado. nnd the trnrlcrs; nml Ynff, have nlso come nut rci..u....c imc nurmpt which lins beenSnine. cntwlirtntcs be fore the people, from made to introduce n new test into tlioKwIiich i fill ii. t.nn..i. parly, or to conver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 July 1850

ASPIRE. BY I.nVEIKLIA. Fnin would I leave my nntivo Innd, And to a land of strnnt;. rs go; Yen, I would rtnil eich kindred bind, And drink the bitter cup of wo; For though nfflinlion rends 'he henrt. It lifts the thought mid sp rit higher Though peace and I forever pnrt, My viau.liui.rd Mill shall be umpire " Imnpination scnn-i the diep, And views the wild, lumui'uo'is sea, And siiiihs to sen the tempost sweep The billows as they onward flee, l ain would my s, irit stretch hr winys, And ploy upon the tempests lyrei With joyful hBiid she'd touch the strings, And sing in lefiy strains "aspire." In vnin my spirit Mrives to rise, In vuin she llnps her unfl-.'ilged wings; Fy nature bound benenth the skies, Ambitions song in vain sho sinrrs; But all the floods of earthly strife Can never quench tho lofty lire; The swelling sea bursts into life lu every drop it says "aspire." And while in weakness I essny, To build the silvery wall of song, My flattering spirit's borne awny Upon the passin...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 July 1850

i! giiS? -I I ., n.u,.., .,. ., class k 13. i:i;c:: Vol ii ki r 1 I , GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES I'UBMBIIED EVEKY THUKsnAV. OJfice on Water Sired, Up Stairr, next d'inr In the (Itasgnw lltnue. TERMS OF rUM.lCATION. Ft r onn year, if pnid in ndvunce, $2 (10 If not paid before llm rnd of the year, ii 00 CLUild. 5 copies 1 year in nihniico, 0 00 10 If. (Ill '-'0 " " vr oo Jo " " 2S 00 :;o so oo TEHMSOF ADVEHTIBINO. On (ipiarc, (lvilines or less) One Dollar for the first, and 50 cents for each subsequent i iisertion. Liliorn) deductions made to Merchants and others w ho advertise by the year. JOB l'UINTING, Of nverydescription, executed with neatness and depntcli, on teusoimuh; terms. justices' blanks and blank deeds. Neatly executed, kupl constantly on liand, mi I for sale low. A0F.NT8 Foil TIMS I'Al'F.n. V. H. Calmer, Kq , is luilluirizeil to pro cure Advertisements, receive Subscriptions, and muke Collection!-lor the Times, at Ins of fieesin the following cities: I'iiilapkli'iiia Norlli-We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 July 1850

THE TIMES Whig Ticket. FOR CONGRESS THIRD DISTRICT, J NO. G. MILLER OF COOPER. District Scotland, Clark, Lew's, Monroe Boon, Howard, Chariton, Randolph, Ma con, Shelby, Cooper, Morgan, Cole, Mil ler, Cur.den, Moniteau, Schuyler, and Knox counties. V li A S U O , Mo. ELECTION RETURN'S. Will our friends in ilia adjiining counties send in llie returns of iheetec linn.as soon as ascertained? Do not for get il, but as soon as ihe result is known, set down anl write to us forth willt. John d Whigs! do not forget John G. Mil ler. He is a whole-souled, true Whip, and will never be honcy-fiijrgled inl" voting fop-B Free Suiter f r speaker, ns was James S. Green. A full whig vole will elect him. S.:c ho lias it. a no Til ER can di n ate i Major Thomas Jacks"m has coinu out for the Legislature, arid has dehv ered himself of several specdes, none of which have we been u bio to hear; hence we are not nblj lo unnounce whether he is a Stairs Rigliier or a Clean Locofoco but we railier suspect he g...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 July 1850

1 ' I I : '. t ij 1 i THE NEW CABINET. Wo ore indebted In iho officer of llio swift steamer iVr, for a telegraph ic despatch atiriuiincing the new cabi net, received at Si. Louis, Monday evening, just before slio started, ns fol lows: Secretary of Slate Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts. Secretary of Wur Edward Bates, of Missouri. Secretary of Nivy Gialiam, of North Carolina. Secretary of Treasury Tom. Cor win, of Ohio. Post Muster General J. 1'iescoli Hall, of New Yo.k. Attorney General J. J. Crittenden, of Kentucky. Home Department Tierce, of Mary land. now Tr looks abroad. Wo connot refrain giving t tic fol lowing nrtii le, on I he subject of the re cent poliiiral turn of the Bank Clique. The wny ii strikes people abroad, and what IVAiM th'rik of it, shows the in tegrity of the Whigs of this county, in scouting the corrupt bargain, ni.d repudiating ilmse. engaged in it. The oniric is fnui that talented, and innsl excellent Whig paper, the Si. I.ouis Intelligence. J "Inijui'knpknt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 July 1850

) "I LOVE YOU." ) love rout 'Tis tho simplest way The thing I feel lo toll; Vet. if I tuld it all llio day, You'll nover guess liow well; You are my comrurtand my light, My very life you scorn; I Oiink of you nil tluy all night 'Tis but of you I droarn. There's pleasure in tlio lightest word That you con speak to me; My foul is like the vEolian chord, And vibrates still to thco. 1 never rend tho love song yet, So thrilling, fund or truo, But in my own heart I have met Some kinder thought for )ou. I bless the shadows on thy face, The light upon your hsir; 1 like for hours to sit and trace The passing changes there; 1 love to In ar your vuii e's tono, Although you should not cay A inglo word to dream upon, Wlieu that lias died away. Oh, you are as kindly as the beam That worms where'er it plays, And you ore gentle as a dream Of happy fuluro days; And you are strong to do tho right, And swift llio wrong to flee; And if you were nut half so bright, You're all the world to tuc I Li r tiu...

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