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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 March 1855

2w - B G. W; BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 10,; 1855, NUMBER U-VOLUME I. Trust to the Future. Trot to the Future. Tho' gloomy and cheerless " Prowl the dark Put like a ghost at thy back, Look not behind thee ; be hopeful and fear leas; Steer for the right tray, sua keep to the track ! Fling off despair it has strength like a giant Moulder thy Purpose, and, boldly defiant, iBave to the Eight stand unmoved and unpliant ! ; Faith and God's promiaa the brave bever lack. Trust to the Future: the Present may fright thee, Scowling so fearfully clone at thy aide ; Face it unmoved, and no present can blight thee: He who atanda bold each blast shall abide 1 Never a storm but the tainted air need it; Never a storm but the sunshine succeeds it; 'Each ha a lesson, and he alone reads it , Jtightlj who takes it and makes it his guide. Trust to the Future : It stands Eke an angel,. Waiting to lead thee, to bless and to cheer; , Eingfn; of hope like some blessed Evangel...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 March 1855

lje f)crali of Jfro&om ; &n Snotpcnoait JtUnf umamtg ano tl)c interest of Kansas. Ifje ifell3 of IteeJoiii. O. W: BSOWW, Editoiv - Lawrence, Saturday, March 10, 1855. 5711. A. Eilljxgs, Esq., is our authorized General Agent for the Herald if IVttdta. and all hi contracts pertaining to the paper will be binding on the f rm. Letters addressed to us ct Enffalo, N. Y., vfll be promptly attended to by bim. Emigrating parties and individuals, en route for Kansas, jawing through Buffalo, are requested to $riv bun a call at bin office at Wil liams' Hall, Jio. 150 Main street. V : ' Printers Wanted. .-. Wanted immediately at this office two practical printers, one of whom is com petent of doing press-work, and one to 11 the post of foreman. None need apply but good workmen, of temperate and in dustrious habits. Oar Position. . In our prospectus for the IIebald of Freedom, issued in June last, and very liberally copied by the press, we defined the position of our contemplated journal ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 March 1855

ft Lawrence, Satarday, March 10, 1855. Printers. We are in the immediate want of some Printers, and cannot get along without Kme additional assistance.- Unless we get a pressman immediately, it will be impossible for us to issue a paper next weefc. Oar own health is such that we cannot labor either at the press or case, and can only at great risk of permanent injury sit at the table through the day and write or make selections. With the heary eastern emigration, now under way here, we hope to get relief soon. Kansas City Enterprise. Our friends of the Kansas City Eiiier 2mse have our thanks for their kind ex pressions in regard to the Heuald of Freedom. - They may rest assured that we shall ever endeavor to - bo consistent with ourself, and the cause we advocate. We arc in favor of universal freedom, and as such seek to restrain no man's po litical opinions ; but if we can satisfy his judgment that he is in an error, by argu ment, we shall be most happy to do so. Fault-finding and d...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 March 1855

Choice 4?oeftij." JSfTLe following stirring lyric w the roc reshil nc. ont of eigbty-eigfct tef.sbmitted in competition for a prize of fifty dollars, offered by Dr.. Weeb, Secretary of the Emigrant Ad Coniptny: Call to Kansas. by tvcT uwcooi A w 2?7y. Yeoman etroag, Mtuef throng .V JfcitTfre's honest men; "We will make the wiidcrne Bud ad Hoorn again. Bring the sL-Ue, pwd the plow, Tarn the ready soil! , FVwxiom is the noblest pay For tlie true man's toil. . . Ho. brother ! come, brothers ! -IlMten all with me. We'll sing npon the Kansas plains A song of Liberty 1 , Father, tact ! o'er the warte Lies a pleasant land. ' - There your fireside, altar-stone, Fixed in truth, shall stand. There yonr sou, brave and good, fchall to freemen grow. CUd in triple mail of rijrht, Wrong to overthrow, llo. brother ! come, brothers ! - Hafttcn all with me. We'll sing njon the Kansas plains A song of Liberty ! Mother, come! here's a honn In the waiting Wot; Bring the seeds of love and peace, Yon who...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 March 1855

' ' " ' " .... ii, TaL-U ii ., , .... ''-T "" 1 " 'r.' .. ... i ........ . J "'U . - -f A;f.-V.;,,-.i,.r--..-,---.vJ-t.t..---..-J-.. 1 ' " t"1" " " I EE JUST:, LET ALL THK EXDS TH0C AISfpTt ATS -T1? COrXTRT's, GOD S, A5. TEETH S. ; BY G. W. BROWN & GO. : NUMBER 12-YOLUME I. . lawrencesasteot f"'?1 ; Tbe Frost Spirit.""' , " ' ;?.:.. : : ; tx tf wunTi. . . - He comet, he comes the Frost Spirit comes ! : You mav trace hia footstep, now, ; v On the naked wood and bletuJ fields, ""And the brown hill's withered brow; lie hassmitten the leaves of the gray old treej, Where the pleasant dream came forth, And tlie wind that follow wherever he goes ; Have shaken them down to earth. He comca, he comes the Frost Spirit comes I . From the frozen Labrador;. ' From tlie icy bridjrc of the northern seas . Where the white bear wanders o'er; - -'-' Where the fisherman's sail is stiff with ico, . ' And tbo luckless from below . . " In the rankis cold of the atmosphere Into marble statues grow. - :...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 March 1855

to lumtimtii antr the interests of iXmuma. 1 1 A i 0 Jfje jjtt$ of ffreeSohj. O. W. BXOWTT, Editor. - Lawrence, Saturday, Harch 24,1855. tST H. A. Bhaec&s, Fjiq.. it oar tathorized General AqtnX for the Herald ff Frtedtm. tnd all fc contracts pertaining to tue rper vill be binding on tbe firm-. Letters addressed to tu &t Buffalo. N. Y., will be promptly attended to by him. Emigrating parties aud individuals, en route for Ka&sa, passing thrcngta Buffalo, are requested to (rive him a call et Lid oJEce at Wil nuns'UaU,Ko. ISO Main street. r - Printers "Wanted. Wanted immediately at this office two practical printers, one of whom is com petent of doing; presswork , and one to 11 the post of foreman. None need ap ply but good workmen, of temperate and industrious habits. , Free State Meeting Those favorable to a free State ticket, to be supported at the election on Friday, the 30th inst, are requested to meet in Lawrence on Saturday, tbe 24th inst, to near the report of a com...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 March 1855

LawrcBcei Saturday, March 24, 1855. 37 Three common laborers will find employment at wood-chopping, &c, by applying at this Geo, - Repetition. Several articles which . were worked off in tho inside of about one hundred papers of our last issue, appear on the ontside this week. They were removed to give place to the Governor's Procla mation, which came to hand just as we had gone to press, but which was neces sary to appear in that number. .. Another "Victim. ' negro was shot on the Indian Re serve, between this city and Westport, last Monday, as we are informed from a relia ble source. The poor victim of tyranny, animated with the love of liberty which the Creator has planted in the minds of all his creatures, was attempting to escape from the bondage which has cursed his race., A Shawnee Iadiaa saw and at tempted to capture him, but meeting with resistance, he shot the poor fellow down, as be would a wild animal. The tyrant who claimed the man as his property, expressed himself...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 March 1855

i I Si i s if ti Kansas. ST Isaac cox. The western star, bot gleaming bright, - I&veals a glorious land, W here beauty and plenitude unite - To bless the laborer's Land. It hills and Tales, and floTring streams, V bat iu.be they posses; It wkh extent exhutlea teems With wealth and loveliness. TU Kansas land that creels our eye, 60 fertile- and so blest; -Go fcrth, ye son of enterprise, To the fcden of (he West. '. It ample fields your Land invite, . Ye tillers of tlie soil, .Where, with the magie of your might. . Fortune shall bless your toil. - IIo I brothers of each honest trade, - Join the exulting band, That freedom's sons, of every grade, ' May share this b Useful land; . And bwilt theceon a State of rower, In wisdom love and peace, Where happy hearts ft-revenu&re In blessing shall irK-reue. Then raise the standard let H bear . Ocr banner on its breast, , "VTith one more star to greet the air The new Star of the west. . Pasture and Tillage Fifty Tears Hence The foHowing...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 March 1855

TERMS :-'-Tiro Dollars ptr Annum--In Advance. ' EE JUST : LET ALL THE E2t DS THOU AW EST AT EE THT COUXTBTs, GOD'S, ASD TRUTH'S.' A Fanilr Seirspaptr:..lEdtpnJtEt oa ill Saljcttj. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1855, NUMBER 13 VOLUME I. Excelsior. BT w. z. r. lU.tS.XU.. r Live them down , ' ' Bear the rod Look aloft And trust in God. It Enry'f poi?oned darts assail, ' Live them dowu ; If Slander lisps her venomed tale, - Do not frown ; If bloated Pride should block your war, Or Malice her cold steel display, Or Hatred's firea your heart dismay, Live tbem down 1 If squalid Foverty is yours, . Look aloft! ' ' '"; If cold Ambition's flame allures, 'Ti ruin oft ! If sad misfortune o'er you lowers, And stern Affliction's mournful powers Should crudh your heart's most cherished flowers, . . Look aloft! If friends yon long have loved forget, Bear tho rod ! If life's strong waves against you set, Trust in God 1 Man 1 onward marching to the tomb, , -...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 March 1855

II ll l fie. ifeiil5 of -tecSohf. G. W. ERCXvTTT, Editor. ; V Lawrence, Saturday, :iirch31,lSjj. A. BitLuros, T!sq., is mr Mittorized Gentral Agent for the ' Herald rf freedom, and il hi contracts pertaimag to the paper will be Linking on the firm. - Letters addrtesjd to us at Ba&Jo. X. Y.. will te promptly attended to by lira. Emigrating parties nd icdividcals, en lO'at for K&na&, f-aMDg through BaSUo. are roqnssed to rire lum a tall at Lis oSce at W0 lisjiu'.lJalif ?o.lid il&in street. . Printers Wanted. Wanted jmrnediait-iy at diV office two practical printers, one of whom is com petent of doing press-wort, and one' to fill the post of foreman. ' None' need ap ply but good workmen, of temperate and industrious habits . . .' .' ." Freo State Ticket. --The following the ticket of the Free State Party,- put in nomination to be "sus tained by do friends of that . measure on the 33tb iast.. It wCl receire de sup port of all reliable Free State men, and if justice rules...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 March 1855

saw BWMHBS'VBI MSfca mmai Ijecmlir ofciFtciw: ;&ntttot 4 Lawrence, Saturday, 3Iarch, 31 1835 . k Hie Result. The following b the official result of the election in this district on Friday last. It U probably needless to say that the election will bo contested, and no doubt eet aside, for reasons which will appear elsewhere : . - - - ' Cocxcil. E Chapman, - - -Thcw. Johnson, - - J. K. Goodin, r- -S.N. Wood, - Charles Garrett, - -Xoah Cameron, " - '- . A-SSiSIBLT.. James Whiiloclt, " ' - ?; A. B. Wade, - . - John M. Banks, - - P. P. Fowler, - ". r . '. E. D. Ladd, - . - - - John Hutchinson, - -& C. Pomcroy, - - D. L. Croysdale, -A. F. Powell, - - Wm. D Atvrood, -, R. G. Elliott, - - - - 733 780 254 255 - 1 1 7C0 781 701 251 253 252. Incidents of Teaterfiay. During the whole of the day Friday, until about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the mercenaries from Missouri had" posses tdon of the ballot-box and the passage to it, and controlled it as far as they were disposed. ilrABBOTT, ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 March 1855

Select $ftj. " Co Plant a Vina. - Ekldie, go plant a vine I "hy should the virgin soil drink in the ran f Wbyahould bis blearing shins Os tli bare earth with naught to re&t upon I - Go, plant viae ! Dig deep tbe soil ; -.v , Let it behold thy morn and evening care ; Bend to thy toil .As though it were glad labor to prepare To plant a vine '. Perhaps 'twill cHng, Alas ! too late, around a withered tree, ' And all its fragrance fling . On the ungrateful air full wearily : Yet plant ft vine! No clusters may Eow$rd thy labor and thy toil arrayed, Yet e'en a lamb may stray In rammer heats beneath its broad-leaved shade. Go, plant a vine ! Thoulovest thy fellow-man; . Why tarry longer 1 for the sun will set. No philanthropic plan ! -Up ! up ! Oh, hast thou nothing done as yat ! Go, plant a vine ! liable. How to Sleep. For tho enjoyment of a sound and healthful sleep, Huferland gives the fol lowing directions : 1st. The place where one sleeps must be quiet ana obscure. I lie less our s...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 April 1855

31 t 1 1 I ' ' i -:f rESr.? ; l . ' i ..! 1 , F f 11 i J III TERMS :--Two? Dollars per Anana-Ia Adraccc. .nrf -t-flri: i KDMBER U-VOLUME I. 'U'i.:;-.'. ';8efcef :f?odrJj; t-l-zmiM'-?- Ho Time to Rest.' - '- i i "i '. BT H. LOTWA CHITWOOD. , "No time to rert, U handa to the labor; ? I ; r ' No time for UliB", there' much t be done; "Soft sonn.ls the viol, soft 0UDld the tabor,. --"jool the green grottoa away from the nn. -1'rugrancccoiat up from the Iwartsof tbo Dover, Sleep-songa are Lammed ia the streamlet low ""' ei'b; i.- Dh. will yoo yield f shall the silver-toned honrs , I'm diub) proved will you let thenrgo by I . l?o time for restthere arc Tittle ones crying, : rour ears to nnnianity Pold not your arms, dose not inInniber ; Eyoa ia the middle of life's battle din; ' ' : ? lJrthers I fcho fields of the harvest time number, " Work 1 you will gather Uic golden bhcaves in. t -J. ! L - . 'fc i' ' ' ."'.'- ' -:- JiO time tar rent ! you have miMOits, my aiatcr, . Btrw not to f.uduon...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 April 1855

llllM'M"'MMM'MI'"MI',","'l"'"M"'","l"'"M"IM"' ' ...J. i -i . i . ' ' ------ (jlprcO tf)c Sntcrcsis of Kansas, V t .1 V a. 1U. G. W. BROWN, Editor Lawrence, Saturday, April 7," 1853. 5fH. A. BiLLntcB, Eq.. is onr itl:orizpd t1.-rr.l Jnt tnr lw 7 J f Fi.. , f 1 1 fell Lis contrai-t pertaining to the paper -wiir bekonKcJosefy ealed in- an envelope,- to Lindms en the firm.. Letters addrefctcd to u at L mmmclin w v -:.t. Eniilo. Y., will bo -tonipt.T attended to by lata. Emisrratinz vartte tnd individuals, en Touts frr Kansas, a&ang through Baffalo. arc raqtwitcd to pita Lira call at Li cfSc at X!ril- tms'lialliK,oI50iIaitttreet!. t ----'-" Printers Wasted. -; ' " Wanted hi mediately at .this office two practical printers, one of whom is com- petentof-doing press-wort; and "on' "'to fill the post of: foreman. - None heed ap ply but good workmen, of temperate and industrious habits.'"'1'. ';v e 'r :"t "'..' The Contest. .7 . 7 :: .7'.7 We understand the Governor has de termined to sub...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 April 1855

Lawre3ce,-Sitart5y,-AFrll 7 1855. - ; ' Tne Cloven Foot , T : The despicable falsehoods with which the two contemptible journals published in tha Dlace abound, touching the IIzr- am or Fkdom, are too low and vulgar I to merit consideration.': Itb iheir djiu wail, and the means they hare seen fit to j ploy to secure southern support- ; The cm Free State, if sustained at all, will be by pro-slavery subscribers. . Ko adrocate f freedom in Kansas .can longer doubt its position. . ' ' -' ; ,; : . It is asserted, with how much truth we hall not now attempt to prove, that the Free State office was used the night pre vious to the election to get out a circular on the part of Missourians, urgiag the laboring classes from Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c, to sustain the pro-slavery par ly ; and that on the morning of the elec tion they actually printed the tickets of that party. . The following base slander upon the North is in keeping with the general character of that paper: "We have never yet kn...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 April 1855

i o i u V rt u o; P tt il d ax T u f w in th 3 vw' w. th ha Lawrence,; Saturday, -April 7r 1 855 . it--": Restore lie Missouri Compromise. . ' "When the j bill was introduced into .Congress a few months ago to restore the Missouri compromise, and prohibit by '. act of that body the introduction of ela - rery here, we felt with Col. Bektok, that jt was ill timed,-and' that - legislation in that direction was uncalled for; that a few months would witness the adoption ; of a territorial law which would close up "etery avenue in Kansas against the dis graceful traffic in humanity. The inci dents of the last week have changed our views, and taught us the necessity of . concessional legislation. If the "actu- fal residents" of this Territory cannot be permitted to make their own laws if we . have to be controlled by a mercenary mob which are to visit us periodically to " do our voting and our legislation, then we hope Congress will do it for us; and we appeal to the freedom-loving citizen...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 April 1855

TEBJIS : Tiro Dollars per Anaan--Iii Adrance. be Jtsf : Let Ail tIie ends thou aimest at be tht ccktrt's, cod Asii ikvrn'sj BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1855. NUMBER:i5Y0LMiSlt The Kansas Emigrant's Song. Trws: SutanjiaX. i bid a qtilct Yankee home, . Arotmd H all was peace ; Mr aeihbon were all honest folk, . And I was at my ease. In the bright spring I sowed mr seed, And whistled through the field ; And. when mr crops I harvested, I thanked ftod tor the yield Oh, New England! That was the land for rne -The land of pwe and honest folk, Of God and Liberty! .Twas said our prairie in the West, Once trod by atnre's brave "Were to be blighted by the curoe Of masters and of slaves ! 1 could not bear the dreadful thoneht, My blood nwhed quick and warm For "Freedom had my father fought For that I left mr'furm. Oh, 2ew England ! fcc. Foe Freedom I have left my home, . Mfr home of early joys Old jnehda I cherished from a child, . And lnughin? jrjrl...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 April 1855

Xfye $eV of'.flreeSoh.. G. Wt BROWN, Editor. V ; Lawrcncty Saturday, April 11, 1835. t5VTI. A. BixLncos, Eq.- is otir irattoraed General Agent for tho Herald ff Jr(edm,isd 7! This contracts pertaininz to the rarer will be binding on the firm. - Letters addmaed to lis at Buffalo. N. Y wHl be promptly attended to by him. Emismiting' parties and individnal, en route for Kansas passing throcsrh Buffalo, are rcqneeiea w eve him a call at losonieeM vu liaiorHallrKbl50 Main street. - v w v.; Another Pennsylvania Party. . "We observe by the Conneautville, Pa Courier, that another party is forming in Crawford County to remove to Kansas. The editors say r "We hare already the . names of several persons who design . leaving here for Kansas on the opening of navigation," probably about the 10th of April." If we could reach them with advice in" time, we should say to them to bring a steam saw-mill, one with great - power, and have incomplete in every part, with the exception of the frame, be for...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 April 1855

Lawrence, Satarday, April 14,1855, . To Our Friends. . Tie regular ton ffthit paper tonow 2.000 crp- iet welly, and tt might wtrnterumg i JftltrLn atHratrfiUprieipU and rinereaeedf I detire ill necett, would tale tie trouUe to pretext it 'There orefewtf our prett eLaim rpretenttub- mLl ml teevre bxx KEwsxsroJrsi- ....... .71 ii little e if art; d we retj 'jpeelful entiun tf Uatlour friend tiat tie call tie attenliun A - ?r,fmj to O claim rf the Heba lira a LP "or FettDOM vpon public patronage.' Rm many cf pur present eultcriber will land in one new name 1 ' - '- f - "'' r ' :" s. : : ' 'Man inducement to exertion each perton teii thaJX in future tend ue tie new eubecribere, accom panied with fl2,tatf entitled to a letenlh xapf grotto. t ' -" " ' V Highly Important. " The followin? commuoicatioa merits the immediate attention of those interest nk column, it wfll be observed - that the r 3 -X -". . 3 11 .1 writers Jiave aeienoinea on selling ine goods," merchandise, &c. remaining ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 April 1855

. rigiMi'flrlj. . ; For the Herald rf .Freedom. -. . ' ' .Thoughts, ugctsUi after the devartvre rf the Xanefu tmfc granUfram ut JlandiSpb, Vermont. ' ST less, ic r. Bestow. ; - , The snow-clad hills of old Vermont . Sowvear gloomy brow ; The tons that shone to cheer them once, . Shine far, far distant now. The wind blow bleak thro'darken'd woods, And low and hoarse U moans, "Which eenda a chill to every heart, &o dirge-like ia it'a tone.. - - , A dark, dark" shadow, hangs o'er all Tbia once bright home of ours, , - , For something like a funeral. pall , . -Drape every passing hour. Oar dearest one, onr noblest Bona, Now (rrace a foreign chine : They've left their sires, their wive, their home, i.o biavery a yoke unbind. We miss them here, each weary hour, . Yet would not call them back ' But rather brave each storm and shower - TU1 we fall in their track. Then Kansas ! love the generous men 1 - .Who own all men are free. - u And love their wives I who far from them, Do love and ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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