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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 December 1854

T, FREMONT JOURNAL: , isaac" m. kee ig it , rublixhcr nnd Proprietor. The JOURNAL it published every Fridsy morning. OFFICE in Auckland's Block thlrdstoryi Fremont, Sandusky Csaaty, O. t .- - i .-.TERMS.-' " ! One espy, per year, in advance, by mail $1,50 Paid within the year, . , -, i 9,00 After the expiration of the year, 2,50 Town subscribers, will be charged $1,75, in sdvance.the difference In the terms between - the price on papers delivrred In town and . those soul by muil.ls occasioned by the ex pense efoarrting. ,.,. HOW TO STOP A TAPER. First see that you have paid for it up to the !ime you wish it'to stop; nutlfy the Post Mas ter of your desire, and ask him to Inform the "publisher, under his frank, (as ho is authorized ie do) of your wish to discontinue. . U" No paper diaeontiiiued until all arreara ges are paid, excopt at the option of the pub lishers. - HATK9 OF ADVERTISING. Oae fuare 13 lines first Insertion, $0,51 do eiich additional insertion, 25 da Three nmnlhs, 69 ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 December 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. New York, Dec. 23. The America, from Liverpool for Boslm arrived at Halifax this morning, with dale to tbe 9th. ' Flour declined li8d. Market quiol and demand moderate at previous rates. Wheat declined Id. Contois for money are quoted at 93J. War unchanged. Austria bad signed a treaty of alliance with Franco and Enc- ! . th . .. ' . i Nothing of consequence had occurred tefore Sevastopol The Collins steamship Atlantic arrived ( out on the 6lh inst, and the Washington left Soutbamplon for New Yotk on the Ctb. ' JL of Tbs latter has 100 passengers and a car go valued at 000,000. There is no news whatever of import ance from the seat of war, Frequent sor ties arc recorded; the Russians were gen erally repulsed without lots on either side. The allies are continually receiving rein forcemen'.s, and were mainly engaged in Strengthening their position . The chief interest of the news is con- ' taiaail in tli neo-ncinliona which had be come completed, and is of vast ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 December 1854

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Dec. 29, 1854. C. & T. Railroad. We hove been furnished with the official statement of the earning of the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad: - Earnings for October, 1853 Do Nov Do October, 1854 Po Nov , Point week Doc. " Do 3d do Do 3 J do " 450.618 79 61,730 S 85.745 13 77.751 40 1 6,335 15,143 17,033 A large amount of pork, beef, flour and wheat is passing eastward from the west. Cleveland Herald. Mud. Mud is the prominent article in our market at this time. Some portions of the streets, sidewalks and crossways are almost impassible. Long skirts hare an upward tendency, and the pedostrian has Ho keep a sharp look out ahead, or get more of the Mayor's blacking than was bargain ed for. We suggest that a line of scows be put on Front street, for tho accommo dation and comfort of citizens. School Libraries. We ore informed by Auditor Clark, that the Libraries for the several School Districts, in this County, have been received at his office, at tho Court House...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 December 1854

TCessIcr , & .Co., RESPECTFULLY announce lo Iht eiliians .. of FREilONTi ind viciuity, , 1 . ... That Ihey beva just npaaed at Iho - . Slmnd formerly occupied by Mr. P. Clou; A NEW STOCK IT Groceries, 'Provisions, 'and rr.otu $ Which we offer at Whol , or Rfftsil, tt Iht ' LO WEST R ATUS. f.r CASH, ' ;Vhesii baked biieae, ' Rutk, Cakes, Cim, Crncket, Ac , every dav, Families or Grocsrs tnppli.d nn liberal terms, - ..! snd at short untie. Amongst aur Stork mat ba foupd a fall supply of every article called for in our line, auuh aa, Green and Black T?. Rio and Java Cof-f"e,Cruhed,GrauuUled,Pulverii.d,Cof-le. and NewOrleans Sugars, Mel.ttet, Onlden Syrup, the best arsurlmeul " of Tobacco in Inan, Snap, Rice, Codfish, Starch, Lnnom, Rci- ' ions, Nuts, Herring. Sperm lit) learine Camllra, Bak- rt (f Powders, Salaralus, mzs nr ns v bo fu Toilet Soaps, Soda. Cheers, Pruuet, Tift', T.n ance of Coffee, Soda and common Cluck " em, anil Home of the heat hrande of FLOUR CONSTANTLY ON HAND! ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 January 1855

FXIKMONT.' JOURNAt? , Publisher and Proprietor. '( I. " )-., i.l fc R.i 1 l' The JQURNALIt published evert Friday wiorning. , lFl'lCE-la Jluckland's Block Ihirdilorri Fremont, Sandusky Countv , 0. -.-'-w - vKufk. . ' "" - OnSeoppirr'yVar, in Sdvsnee, by mallf LSI) After the expiration of the yean ,7 ' ' "; 2,5fi1 Town eobscribers, will be charged ft,5, in , advance, the difference in the terme belwe.-n th price on papers detivrred In lava ind those lent by mail, is occasioned b the ex pensoef Carrying. . ..i . , . ,' HOW TO STOP A PAPn.' , ' i , .. First see that you have paid forilnptolbe time von wish, it to stop; notify the PoiCM an te for youi desire, and ask him to inform the publisher, Under his frank, (as he Is author ited lo do) ef roof tried to discontinue. CJ H paper dieeohtinned entil all arreara ge are paid, except at the option of the pub- ... ...v.AW , .j RITCS OF ADVKRTIBIKC. . On lnare IJ lines Brat ineertion, $3,51) do i - each additional luaerlion, Bj Ada ' Three m...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 January 1855

Late from California. New York, Jan. 2. Tb ly ftr two o'clock. She connesled -with the Sierre Nevada, which toft Bee Francis o a tbe eve of the Oih. - She bM 1027,888 in specie on freight. ' ' ' The following ere among the peesengert . Hon. O. K. Knrnson ; J. Rom Browns ; A. J. 8mith. U. S. Nsvy. 1 The mining nsws wu of e cheering char acter. 1 A nugget of gold, valued at $20, 00, weighing 17 pounds, had been found Bear Sonorn. Rich gold plaint, noma 20 tnilei in extent, bad been found on lha aait fort of lha Canon n'rcr. Tba Railroad from Lot Angelos to the Colorado waa favorably progressing. The inhabitant of San Diego were alto projec ting a railroad to tba Colorado. Soma capitalist in Lot Angeloe bar purchased land with a view to founding a now city, aii miles inland from San Pedro. Tba telegraph between Columbia and Stockton wu to bo in operation on tbo let of Jan. Considerable indignation continued to be manifested in the election Dr. Hayde Al derman of Ibe 1st Ward. Tbo Steam...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 January 1855

'FREMONT 'JOURNAL. Friday, Jan. 5, 1855. The New Year. We Lave grown year older. Tim has added another to the long lilt of years tbat tare passed before him. They are safely registered and deposited in his great rault, whence they shall bo brought and all be reviewed by each of us in the future. ' ' "The New Year, a time which finds Youth wondering why it lingered so lung, aod Age surprised that it came so quickly, is upon us; and the Old Yeir has departed, laden with ita record of joys and sorrows, hopes and disappointments, kindnesses and ppress:ons, charities and crimes, to be de posited aide by side with tho off burdens of thousands of other years, until the great Auditor of Creation shall have complclod bis duplicate, and calls upon men for the payment of his assessments upon the "tal ents" he con&ded to their keeping. "The" commencement of this New Year ahould bo a timo for thought We should take a calm retrospect of Life, learning from the incidents of the past lessons to...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 January 1855

Kcssler & Co., ., Tr ESPfTFULLT anneunoe l tbecitiiena nV.w,,r.,f rREMONT. tod vininit. - 1 ' Thl they hive joet ripened tl thi - " Stand f or mtrly ctvpied by Mr. P. Clou; A flEff STOCK OF. Groceries; Provisions, 7;.,AND-FLOUtl('.,v Wbreh we offer at Wbolesete or Retail, at tha LOWEST UAJE3, for CASH. 'FRESH BAKED BREAE. . Rusk, Cakee, Piei, Crack!, t , iverf day, Fimiliii or Groceri supplied on liberal It rnif, dd at ahort notice. Amoiifri oar Stock miv be found fall enppty ef every article called for in ear line, inch ,' Orooa and Black T. Rio and Java Cof fee.Crushed.Orenalxted, Pulv erixed.Cef lee aad NewOrleanangare, .Molaases, Golden fiyrup, the beet assortment f Tobacco in town, Soap, flic, ' Codfish, Starch, Lemons, Ri--- nu, Nut. Il-rrine, Sperm nd Pteirine Candles, Halt . ' ing Powders Halera'uc, C3 i. mr. ji w jba j 9 Toilet Soaps, Soda, Cheese, Prunes, Figs, Fa ience of Coffee, Soda and onmmon Truck- ' era, and eome of the heat brands of FLOUU CONSTANTLY ON HAND! Aa...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 January 1855

FREMONT JOUUNALt. . isaao hi. Kiziliinn, Publisher and Proprietor. : The JOURNAL la pulitieher) ever? Friday morning. OFFICE in Du'ckliiad' rllocs third loryi Fremont, Sandusk) County , O. ' " TKKM3. One copy, per ycar-in advance, by mall$l,C0 Paid within lha year, .. 9,00 Aftarthe expiration of the year, 250 TosrinubJTiuers, will be charged fI,7S,-ln t "dvance.the difference in the ttrmi bclwe-in the price on papers dellvrreil In town end those sent by mail, it occasioned by thee fiense of earn injj , HOW TO STOP A PAPER. 7 First see that you have pnld dr il ii p to the lime you wish it to stop I notify the Tost Mus ter of your desire, and ask him to Inform tin publisher, under his Trunk. (e lie Is authorized to do) of your wiili to discontinue. ID" No piper diesontlnned until nil nrrenrn fas are paid, except at the option of the pub li ihers. HATES OF ADVEIITISIKQ. One sjuiro 13 lines first insertion, O.SI rt - each additional insertion, 2. da Tlir. e months, 3.0 1 dn Sin months, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 January 1855

Extraordinary Council-- Extraordinary Council--Blessing a Chime of Bells in New York. The Rl Re, Bishop Bailey, on Tuesday, St. Stephen's day, blessed line chime of Ml for the Church of the Most Holy He dcemer, in Third ttret. The ceremony h performed immediately after the ten o'cloek Mess when thai rast church was crowded from the aleps of the AKar to the vert door. XJapt. Smith, with hie com pi ny 01 independent Rifles, wet in attend of nee as a guard of honor. A number the members of the Congregation who had been most aotire in procuring these hells had thoir plaee immediately by the bells. The bells are four in number, and are the chime tent from German to th World's Kair in this oity. Tbo largest of the four, which weighs about 1,500 pound, was ded icated in honor of St Michael. The sec ond was in honor of St. Gabriel; tho third in site was dedicated to St. Raphael; nnd the fourth to St Alphontus. They are of the best metal, and of tho finest workman ship. Each bell has sacred ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 January 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Frldny, Jan. 12, 1855. t& We bave pcrmileS ICeY. WaiAi in Jastifloaliun (o himself, to deny thiough our paper to-day , the implication that ha had Interfered in tha businiss affairs of Frank. NVa would lay hire, in Connection with tba discussion which has been going on, that aereral articles pro nnd con have been r 'ceired by us from different individuals, but r thought it best not to lit so many com battants into the arena at once. Tlio omega has boen anid. We trust no hard or un just thoughts have been engendered and whatever differences of opinion may bave existed in tha community, let the in not be brought up to mar and disturb the ansial feeling and friendly intercourse that miikes friendships desirable and communities hon ored and respected. Attack oh Liquor Shop by Woukn. The Kalamazoo (Mich.) Telegraph furn ishes tha particulars of a desotnt mado on the groggcries of Otsego, Alleghany coun ty, by the women of that place. It ap pears that, sume time since...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 January 1855

Itcsslcr & Co., i ESPECTrULLf announce lo th ciliien '."i f FRKMONT. and TiciiiUt. ' (Thai they hsv Jul opened at III StahJ formerly occupied by Mr. P. Clot; ' A NEW STOCK tF Groceries, Provisions, AND FLOUR; Which w offer Wholesale or Retail, at th LOWEST RATES, for CASH, ; ,' FttESII BAKED BREAE, Rsk. Cake. Vi; Cracke, .Vc , everr dv, Fmilii or Uroocr supplied on liberal terms,! and at (hart untie. Amongst our Stock may ba found a full supply ofry artirls callad for In our Hup, eunh an, Green and Illaek T', Rio and Java Cof ' fscCrushed, Granulated, Pulverised, Cof "' lea and NewOrleanSngars, Molassr, Golden Byrup, th best assortment . f Tobacco in town, Soap, Rice, v Codfish, Starch, Lemons, Rti. . ou, Nuls, Herring, Spsrni and Stearin Candlei, Bak ing Towdera, Saleralns, : ca jm. ow s v jhz ma m Toilet Soapa, Soda. Cheese, Prune, Fig, Ea- aanoa f CoBee, bod and eommon Irack era, and soma of the beat brands of FLOUR CONSTANTLY ON HAND! Amongst our stock mav ba found a Gineral...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 January 1855

IH-i---Ji! .- -' I 9 . '.! !J'"U I U EM UiNT JOUK N A Li ,1 S A A V - M . K Ij 13 H y ' .'-, Publisher and Proprietor. Tim JOURNAT, I puMishs.l av.fv Fridat "inniing.. OFFICE in IUckiiiil'i Dlock third ......... Janus. . . On ropy, p.rroar, in advance, by mail fl.JiO riU irlihlii die year, ?,no Aflar lha sxnirat'ion of th ysaf, a 51) Towmuliscriusr. will lis chared $ 1,75, In ilfiicsltlidiirsrnaa in tho tonus between tin price on pipera dulivrred in town and tlioso .oit by in'ol, is occasioned by theex pense of cam inj . now to 3tor a VArsn."'' First lee that yon hart paid for it tip to the tima you wish it to atom notify the foil Mas lerof your desire, and ak him to inform the stionsner, under liisfranK. ( at no la authorized i4 Ho) of your wish to discontinue. O No paper diiontinued until all aire era toiaro paid, exoapt at the option of the pub lialiert. , HATS OF AtlVKnTISINO. Oae fnare 13 lines first innerlion, $0,5') . dj eich additional inaorlion, 25 do Thrse mintlia. 3,0') n...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 January 1855

PUUL.JI JL'J'l . -' Ueaeohikoff. There n a report that Omar Pacha Km replied to the Bultan, making it, la eonditioa of hie accepting lb command is tbe Crimea, that he shell have two votes , ia the council of war, in order to prevent hi being out voted by Lord Raglan and Gen. Ceorobert ViesA, Dec. 18th A dixpatch from Warsaw announce tbet the Russian naval artillery are taken out of the Bnltio fleet and j bad arrired at Scbaatopol, and that to their presence ia due tbe precisioo of the fire from Sebartnpoi, well a the aew found boldness of the fleet. Another dispatch from Vienna states that at the conference between tbe represent tires of the Allied Powers defining the sense in which their cabinets understood the four points proposed as conditions of peace. Prinoe Gortechakoff, it it under stood, demands time to obtain tbe instruc tions of bis Government Grbat Britain. Parliament is not in session. The Royal assent has been given to tbe foreign enlistment bill, but tbe meas ure conti...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 January 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Jan. 19, 185 J. of Onr Drawer, Ti not onfreauontlr th repository of orae curious tpociment of rpistolurjr cor fespondenc which general tiling, ! like the rose, doomed, unseen, to ' 'Waote Hi fragrsncs on tha dssert ir." Our Drawer, it a tort of olapodria collec tion, with as many different idee, senti ment, and atylea, us on would wish to can during a short week, allowing a fact, "golf-evident," that an editor ia expected to please every body, and let every one be beard throutrli his columns, no matter - a whether they havo any merit. " Within the past few days we have had Dot a few additions to the stock, from some of which we will take few extracts just for the amusement of our friends, before putting them in the stove. One person in a labored article of seven pages of fools cap,snys: ."What it to become of our country, if the bloody Irish and beer guzzling Dutch are suffered to overrun the whole of our great western domain? They are trying to subvert our ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 January 1855

lhityjmim0imwmm ti i i in i i t - FREMONT i" ' - Friday, Jan. 19, 1855. Attr ton Jnff off Rnm. Ilere, lie only by cotk controIlM . Aad lander wall of rtb moulJ, -I All the pomp of death, repose Ths Seeds of many a blood nose; " Th at am mating- tongue), ih horriJ oath; Tha fist for fighting nothing loth ; -Tha passions which no word can tame, That bursU lika sulphur into flame; .. ,' The nose carbuncle J glowing rod; Tha blaehfned eve ihe broken Load; Tba Ireo thai beats (ho deadly fruit ' Otnnrderinp;, tniuiuing and dispute; Assault that innncenca assails; The imiirei bf gloomy jiils; ' : s. Tha gidd thought on mischief brat; The midnight hours in riot spent; All these within this ju appear,. And Jack, tho hangman, in the rear. . "T QT1CE. The sutMcribera tu llie capital X took r the f reinont and ludiaua Hail road,, will ink notice that tlx Bih in.tu,llmanl if new due, and hope prompt payment will b Inadw t-Tln eabecriher ia authorised to receive instaihne-siW and will h found io ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 January 1855

.iv il" i i V 1-5 t J i r fs ill. -'.v ft ' J, f " niEMOXT JOURNAL: ISAAC M. KEEL EH, Publisher and Proprietor. The JOURNAL is published every Friday morning. OFFICE in Buckland'e Block j? i Ihirdtlory; Fremont, Sandusky County , O. - TKKM9. eopv, per year, in ad ranee, by mailJl.aO i within the year, 9,00 ler the expiration of I he year, 2,60 yni lubsrribero, will be charged $1,75, in ad ranee, the difference in the term between , fthe price on papers delivrred in town and . those tent by mail, is occasioned by the ex pense efcair) ing , HOW TO STOP A PAPER. First see that you hare paid for it np to the ".ime you wish it to stop ; notify the Post Mas- . ter of yuur desire, and ask him to inform the ,)ublihr, nnder bis frank, (as he ie authorized '.o do) of your wish to discontinue. O No paper diseontinued until all arreara i f ej are paid, except.at the option of the pub lishers. y RATES OF AIVBHTlSINO. Ouei-inare 13 lines first insertion, $0,50 . dj each additional insertion, 25 '...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 January 1855

From the Ohio State Journal. Liquor Law Decided Constitutional. Supreme Court of Ohio. Columbus, Jan. 20. i Ptetcot Thurmoii,. CLitrf Jusiice, And Ranney, Bartley, Wardeo, and. Kennoo, Judges. -s :i Ho. 148. Frederick Miller t. Thi State. Jo error lo the Probate Court of Clermont county. - . , . :. , . , - 179. Levi Gibson v. The State. Id trrot to the Probate Court ot Union Co. "vTha plaintiffs ia error were tiroseeuted for violations of the 4th section of the act of 1854. entitled, "An Act to provide , against .the evils resulting from the the 6a!e of intoxicating liquors in the State of Ohio ;" which section provides: 'That all places where intoxicating liquors are sold in vio lation of this act, shall be taken, held and declared to be common nuisances, and all iTComs, taverns, eating houses, barzars, res isurantsj groceries, coffee- houses, cellars, or .tther places of public resort, whero intoxi cating liquors are 6old in violation of this ct shall be shut up and . abated as pu...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 January 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Jan. 26, 1S55. Tk. f..il . - ius ,u" rePor- 01 lne oecisioa 01 the Supremo Court on the Liquor Law will be found in another column. The Judges were .unanimous ia their views of its con stitutionality, and all other points raised against it. We understand that several of our grocers have abandoned the sale. That is right We hope all will do the same. The law should be sustained. The law was published in our paper immediately after its passage, but as we have been re quested to re publish it, it will be found in our columns next wsek. The Algerines at Sandusky. . The wonderful Alegerine Family the originals are drawing large audiences in that place. Report says they will visit Fremont next week. A L3GACT. r rancis Koberts, a young ram about 25 years of age, a shoemaker by trade, s.iys the Chicago Express, left England in 1852, and the last heard from cim, be was in Cleveland. If any one should see this notice who is acquainted with said Roberts and knows his w...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 January 1855

FREMONT JOURNAL. Friday, Jao. 25, 1855. The Isle of the Sea. BY GEO. D. PRENTICE. In tht tropical seat, . Tbero'i beautiful isle, Where the atorma never darken The sunlight's soft smile. Thare the hymn of the breeze And the hymn of the atreara, Are mingled in one, ., Like eweot sounds in a dieam. There the song-bird at morn, From the thick shadows start, Like musical thoughts From the poet's full heart The song-birds at noon Sit in silence unbroken, Like an exquisite dream In the hoart unspoken. There flowers hang like rainbows On wildwood and lea O tar, wilt thou dwell Id that street Isle with me? In the deptha of the sky There's beautiful star. Where no dew casts a shadow The bright scenes lo mar. There the rainbows ne'er fade And the dews are ne'er dry, And circlet of moons Ever shine in the sky. There the song of the blest. And the songs of the spheres. Are unceasingly beard Through the infinite years. There the soft air floats down From the amaranth bowers, All faint with the p...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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