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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 27 August 1851

A o 4 SuAw Catmlgg Attn I' we Vol, XV, BRATTLEBORO, Vt. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1851, No, 46, htM)li1t IS rUBLISnKD EVERT WEDHGSDAV MdRAlnOBr ouo. w. n iciio iiS.". ,.;4; j vOBIm Ho.'fe Granite' Itow, oppplte tlio Stage' Hoivse.v Tkkmst SIncfa cap"" bvmnll 1,00 In advnncej Classes pld strictly In advance, 1,53 j otherwise 1,60. ,No,ppcr discontinued till arrearage-nriTpalil,- except at me uiuiuii pi uie puuiituer. THE FLOWERS OF GOD. bt ntv 3. o, lvoks, Lt.n. "Consider the lilies of the field." The welcome flotarrs are blossoming! In joyous troops revealed They lift their dewy buds and belli In garden, mead and field ; '"'They lurk in every sunless path '- -' fs5JvJV,lcre fl children tread ; f . 'They dot, like atara, the sacred turf Whicli lie's above the dead. They aport with every plajrfujtwind , That stirs the blooming trees, And laugh on every fragrnnt-hmh, ., ' , .s -i. . a ll r.. ii r t. . s.a .' 5 3f. .. . -rr rnmtino -green marge oi hst unn stream, Fresh vale and mountain sod...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 27 August 1851

WINDHAM COUNTY DEMOCRAT. Btnttlchoro, VI., August 27, 1851. Democratic State Ticket For Governor, TIMOTHY P. REDFIELD. For Lieut. Governor, IIYLAND FLETCHER. For Treasurer, DANIEL r. THOMPSON. Nominations for County Officers. For Senators, 1 II I N U AS 31 A T II E K , WAI.TEIl EAOlill) TIMOTHY 1JUIITON. LAFAYETTE iXYSjSUDf 5 As9,8t!,nl J"Ss"' MARSHALL NEVVTON, Sheriff. GEO. D. KELLOGG, State's Attorney. BENJ. SMITH, High Bailiff. Rot At. TfLr.n, Judge of Probate Tor the Dirtrict of Marlboro; AniaiiAi STonninn, Judge of Probate for the District of Westminster. td? Election Tuesday, September 2c. The Lnst Week beforo Election ! Wo have from week to week given our friends lite current reliable information important to judicious ac tion in the coming conflict at the ballot-box, and judging them by oursclf, it wcrjiJVbcllcr token of confidence in their ability and good will, to use the same for the best interests ot the country, to refrain from such ral lying arts and cries as only befi...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 27 August 1851

lato-jwid Important from Cnba.r. Cnptuio nnd 'Mnssnc'ro of-i'iriy-two of Lopez's Expedition. Tlic stenmor Cherokee nt NeWYork given us II vans dated or the 17lli inst.' The news confirinsiho landing of Lopez and hi party from the atcainer Pam pero, about 40 miles from Havana, and the departure of the Pampero for more recruit. This intelligence created much excitement at Havana, and the Govern ment dispatched a force against Loncz. It is annarcnt that there had been a meeting between them, but of its character and results nothing clear seems to be known. There arc rumors favorable to both parties. and circumstances favor the opinion that the govern ment lorces suttered severely in killed and wounded, but drove part of Lopez's expedition to tlic mountains, while another portion of them, about 50, sought refuge in four launches on the water. At any rate, 52 men of Lopez's party were captured by the Cuban steamer Ilabanero, olT the coast of the Island, near Bahia Honda, and not far from...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 27 August 1851

J4 , i ONIiY A SERVANT. BV J. B. 8TSIE. "Merci Mesdnmes I" smd a small feeble volco in the onrs of tlio ladies Froidart ond Melcoeur ns thoy walked nrm in nrm through the long street of Brioude, one evening, during the Revolution, followed by a great lumbering boy en House whoso wooden sabots mnde a dismal clatter on tho hnrd loose stones, nnd who swung the lanthorn which ho bore as if he had been n will-o'-wisp tanking spdt't With travellers eyes. "Mcrci Mes damcs 1" said the little voice in the most supplica ting accents, "I am cold nnd hungry." Madame Froidart continued to wnlfc witn n :ontinueu to w down tho street ; but tho stately composed air, down tlio street ; out o piteous voice immeuiaieiy nrres eu um u. , iuaunme lueicocur, nnu luuuuuu uc nunmno heart. "Where do vou dwo'l my petite?" she said, in soft, kindly accents, ns she bent down nnd enress cd the infant. ""Why are you not nt home?" "My father "went away, yesterday, to join tho patriots at Urenoble, nnd leit me aion...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 18 February 1852

4 Ptftl BR ATTLEBORO, Vt. WEDNESD.AY, FEBRUARY 18, 1852, M 19, Vol. XVL r- TIE DEMOCRAT ii runi.isiie'g every wF.n.NEsiur moiuuko, ur OK6. W. NICHOLS. Office No. 0 Granite flow, opposlto tlis Stage Home. 3 Single copies by mail 1,00 In ndvance( Clnssci ctly in odvancc, l,aaj otherwise ito". TkllMS- inM jtrictl No paper discontinued till arrearage tire paid, except nt tlie option of the publisher. , , . . - - , - - i 'st r for the M'inJIwm County iicmocrat. Scene in the Boston Museum. For the DcMocrtttt nai-tlra of every dcsciiiitioti ? And with tlioso who Ditrins my late visit to Uoston, 1 spent one evening ,mvc 1Qt ncccf.s ,0 ot(u,r COiMpaiiionslili, the pen is nt the Museum, nnti was particularly interested with nn(Je ,ho lllcansol- comiiHinicntion. the wax statuary, which occupied the entire length I1(jw ultc.y ;tnpossil)lu is it for a heart filled with 'of u largo hull on ono side, the figures arranged in joy t(j cosu itCf ngajns, it3 follows! shut up its separate groups. were m...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 18 February 1852

At 1'itlsbirg Kossuth met llio Workmen ttt tlio Alkali Woi ks, in their working garb. Ono of their . . . n I i . . ....! l.i.n ivitli , milliner, tutor 11 unci auurcss, ,mu,u. , two hundred and fifty dolhu, M mil of the cui.se ol , Hungary. In rcpl), ho complimented tl.o working class, as "animated t.y n more disinterested ovo ol principle nmt freedom," than n great part ortliofo in n different condition. This is highly prized as nil c.- ...... .1- j tuiipic. ... . ., . t.. "Now fjentlcincii, ho continued, u tunc examine bhot.td bu imilaled by tho richer masses, 'y' n extent, however, tor you have given, as 1 under. ...... -out. nf what von earn by holiest la- . !' . " 1 r i !! .!. .i..l.. r.nm in tl.n . i.m- iini ma :i wuoio i.-.n, n inu i"-"" I tilted blnt.u IjP qiJJj .)cr co,t. of their income, thon ' .i: " . .- . ... ... i. iim, i. nt vii).in u year the U of Kmo.ie would bo free, .. .. .. - i tii. ...i.:..i. dm nm.r nit n. i nllll all UIO?0 nill urtiUll-a mwi ...v. . .... -j ons...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 18 February 1852

fcWWMjglll llll IIIIMIMMMI MWaWMW c o n J r.as. Wednesday, Feb. 11 Si-tuu-: The (."hair prcn til ed a communication from the Secretary of Slate, trans milling tho reports relative to the, claims adjudicated by the Jlcxlcnn Hoard of Commissioners. There re tiorls 6tio that tho whole amount allowed by the Com missioners is upwards of three millions of dollars. A report was received from the Secretary of tho In terior, covering the correspondence relative to alleged creditors among the Western Cherokees. Several messages were received from the President, one of which was the report or Mr. Walters, architect, relative to the extension of the Capitol j another, the nnntial report of tho Directors of the Philadelphia Mint; and n third, the correspondence with Kngland ti'lative to the Prometheus difficulty. House. Mr. Stratton of New Jersey presented the resolutions or his Slate, approving the Compromise resolutions passed at the last session of Congrers. Mr. Oiddings spoke upon tho Compro...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 18 February 1852

Correspondence of Hie Lily My brAltMns. Bloom : Your Lily for Jntv is just received. I linvo bocu looking for it rather imivMicntlv for ft week: but pcrhnns this tliatressingl.) -"old wenther lins kept it from blos soming nt nn earlier tiny. I don't enre ft fig, if 1 never ltd any bad news 1 but good nowa is nt ways welcome, something for which wo arc al ways wishing and looking, nnd wondering why in tho world it don't como along without waiting for a Biiecinl invitation. Ihc man who never wanted to get any moro good news was last seen in a whiskey vat, muttering something about " natur al instincts and congenial elements," and the bles sedness of being permitted to do as ho pleased in a spiritual world of his own. Much obliged to you for not obliging mo to wear n sober lace when in tho presence ot your reau ore. Tlicro are altotrethcr too many sober faces in tho world for the world's good ; or rather for the good of its inhabitants. If people would laugii more and groan less, the m...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 7 July 1852

r mm it omit BRATTLEB0R0, Vt, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1052, No, 39, Vol, XVI, T II 12 V E 31 O O It A T is rum.tsiiim uvr.nv wkd.nksiuv jton.MMi, nr GEO. IV . NICHOLS. Office No. 0 Gr.mlto IJoiv, opposite the St.-igb liousc. . Terms Slnelo copli- by mull 1,50 In advance; Classes i paid Hrlctiy in advance, & oincrwie 5i,yu. No paper ill.rontlnupil till arrearages arc paid, except nt the option nf the publisher. tlio 1 rut li which tlmt flict exemplifies. Again mid a- lice nil lliinps for 1 ho Tiulli, linvc tinttcrtnkcn ilia ml- is ncqhired through long years of bitter cxpericliro ; ! train ilo vve In-ill- it urced. & by persons liotli whom vocnr.y hi tliu blessed enhso lor which uiiiisi cninc, nun sometimes 1110 greater part ol a lie is spent in . .'3 . . J '. ... I I . II I I -I Ixunfiniil tilii.t.l l.iin l.mtli idiPtl. kl 1 (T., r! ll ., 1 1 i i 1 1 1 in! n , 1 1 1 ni 1 1 e f ,-nt , I tltit, .intl i.rn..i i.e.. nt pence- unli itscll, mill ill light stu rounding nature, tlnppy ti...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 7 July 1852

-J s Hon. Thomas II. Kenton. 'This veteran statesman ought to make northern servile?, who attended the late lialtimoro Convention, blush. That glorious old Democrat, though living naelavo stale, tutors his sentiments ns an honest, fearless and hold patriot should do. Col. Denton would sooner go to tho scuflold than demean him self by writing secret letters to leading slaveholders begging a nomination for tho Presidency, on tho pica of his "entire soundness" and servility, bco what ho says on accepting a nomination for Con gress. 1st. Ho despises tho Compromise, nud tho getters 'tin oT it. Proofs , "1 do not believe in tho Compromise made by pol iticians, candidates for the Presidency. I have seen ton rmirli nf snrli Work. The ConiDrOllllSO of 1850 is, in tho first place, n deception, tho Coinpromlso i bill hnving failed, and its conglomerated tnensurcs passcu separately, ns iiiiiciuiiiiuiii uiv;..........., .mi. "with very littlo help from their present nssmnptuous guardians. In tho...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 7 July 1852

Responses of Scott. Grnltnm niul Webster to tho Whig Nomlniitlons. A telegraphic dispatch gives the following particu lars of the demonstration in Washington on Monday evening, after the result of the whig Convention had been made known. It will ho seen that Gen. Scott will bo perfectly satisfied with tho decision of the peo ple on the nominations, for, said he, "1 know that the choice must fall upon a deserting man, tine worthy of confidence and support.' Of course, ho means den. Tierce ho would hardly speak so flatteringly of him self. Webster is thrillingly non-counnittal ho says ho remains unchanged (at that moment he was sans culotte) "the same in character, principles and posi tion." Hut here is the report, in brief: A large assemblage of the people was formed in D. street last evening, and accompanied with n band of music, they proceeded with constantly augmenting numbers to the residence of Oen. Scott, who appear ed and addressed the people as follows : This is the first pol...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 7 July 1852

THE WAN REAPEES. nv Mns r.stitr c. judsom. 1 came from a land where a beautiful light Slowly is creeping o'er hill-top and vole, Where broad is the field, and the harvest Is white, Uut the reapers arc wasted and pule. All wasted and worn with their wearisome toll; Still they pauso not, thai brave little band, Tho' soon their lone pillows must be the strange soil Of that distant and grave-dotted strand. For dingers uncounted are clustering there, The peBtllenco stalks uncontrolled, Strange poisons are borne on the soft languid air, And lurk in each leaf's fragrant fold. There the rose never blooms on woman's wan check, But there's beautiful light in her eye, And tho smile she wears is so loving and meek, None can doubt it comes down from the sky. The strong man Is bow'd in his youth's golden prlmo, But he cheerfully sings at his toil, For he thinks of his sheaves, and the garnering time Of the glorious Lord of the soil. And ever they turn, that brave, wan little band, A long, wistful...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 26 January 1853

6 r- r. Vol, XVII, Til 13 DEMOCRAT is runi.isiiED EVEtir wf.d.nesiuv mohsi.nS) nr C.1ZO. W. NICHOLS. Ofilcc No. 0 Gnuilto Row, opposite llio Stago House. Terms of the Now Volume, To clmscs $1,50 If paid within the venr; 12 1-2 cents will lie added If payment Is delnj-cd beyond the yenr.LiTliu snmo nmount'will bo deducted when paymiiu"nnj;Siado strictly In advance Clubs of not less than five, paid at once In advance. S1.25. SijifflertPaicaAvwalUilJu all cnscto'be'paraWrd wuiti; ur jaiuniciory reicrcnce given Villapo subscribers who lmvo their papers left at their doors 62,03 per'hnnum, paynblo nt the end of the year. C A It I . EDUCATION IN OREGON. On behalf of tho Trustees of Tualatin Academy, hnd. Clackamas Co. Female Seminary, Oregon Ty. ;iuv. l woutil tlianK tlic Iriemls nnd donors to these institu- lions for their sympathy and aid alTorded mo in my Worts for the same, .l.irinn- tl,n !! Eiv m,ii,. w.. urc thus enabled to continue and improve both our schools for a time longer. We...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 26 January 1853

MHMPHMH1" 1 111111 J"' , . ' Vl J importance to tho law. This evil is to bo estimated 1 by the vast multitudes il ruins, and these- the bone and ' sinew of the republic by the ruin and wretchedness and poverty it produces by tho dtaft it, makes upon . tho productive industry of tho land by tho millions I of dollars expended fur crime and the support of pan-1 pemm, consequent upon intemperance by the thons- ands, who, year by year, are converted into frightful maniacs and by all the disorder and riot and waste I lch result from it. Now let any nun loots at tnese thr.it huight, and breadth, and length, and depth, whether a prohibitory law uesigncu m II, should not bo oi stringent and effec- aw ngainst smtipcling, or counterfeiting, or.lbieying, or any other evil? The conclusion is irresistible But, aro such stringent measures necessary to make ' the law effective. It is affirmed that they aro notnec- cssarv that thev aro extreme and exocssivo legisla- lion tyranical in their nature an...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 26 January 1853

jFVr Mc Democrat. Mas. Nicndts ! Ori reading tlic just tribute in your paper of tho 12lli', to the llov. Mr. Magoon'a Instructive nnd brilliant lecture. It occur! to mo that sort of vnnr ' ,,,, ,, , : " , I readers might bo intcrestod lu a brief biographical notice , nf Wot-dalro. ! Tills eloquent preacher was born In 1801 or 1802, in I n small county town In tho department of La Coto 1)' I , . 1 . .t.,,i i .1 . ' , .... .... Or, and was educated in t he . torn of Dijon, where ho be- camo distinguished for ability, energy of character nnd ' oratorical power. Tho brilliant genius of Voltaire, and j tho speculations or Hclvctius and Diderot made a power- ' . 1. . . ... i , , 1 fill Imnrcsslnn unon his intenannnil Imnfrmntiin mind, nnd 1 , . 0 ! he boldly avowed tho infidel opinions then in vogue. Tho convictions of his childhood and lils recent conclusions , came thus in conflict. Tho former wero str"iig, because Ills mother had early implanted in his heart the Sentiments hnd principl...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 26 January 1853

From llic (treat Harrington (Maw.) Courier. The IMcnstircs of School Tenchlng. BV A TEACIll.h. How sweet it is lo waldi llie mind's unfolding! To train tho voung tlioitglif"nnil ihc gnilrlesworil ) To sen where plnslic character ore moulding ("Cnn I go out I" "MyMossnii Ish't heard !") Ilnlf-rnrnie'l "dens llirnugh the young mliltl flitting (Shan't Ocnrgo be still, mnrm t" "Joseph keeps a spit- There is RJUming of glad voting faces round me, Hf.clil ivWTlic Irr.hnrss cif Ur'a rnrl.V pting) And licipiiitind Oatns, and mans on nil sides bound me (t'SlunTthem girls stop ? ihej'rn playing nh a siring! ') And eager looks, nnd minds intent on study 'Jini pushed me down and got my books all muddy! Nt shade of e.irddv sorrow o'er lias clouded Theif brier, bright fives o innocent and fair ("I'lcase, ma'am, moke John move down my scat il crow ded !") Nn grief nor sadncs ("Sammy pulled my hair!) Exisience is to them all sunny weather ("Hill's been a pmchin'l" "No I haen I neither T A precious ...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 23 February 1853

6 if Vol, XVII, THE DEMOOHAT is ruBLisiiF.i) evf.iit wr.DNnsDAt mokmino, nr OHO. W. NICHOLS. Office No. 9 Grantto l!ow, opposite the Stage House. Terms or the New Volume, 1852-3. To class Slfl If paid within the voart 12 1-2 cents will be ailded ir payment is delayed beyond tlio year. The amc amount will bo deducted when payments are mado , strictly In advance. Clubs of not less than five, paid at once In advance, $1,23. Singlo papers by mall 81,50, In all cases to bo paid In ad vance or satisfactory reference given. .... - w, . Vnij-snb.clibtfTvi5-ll.VirinrsltaTuir doors $2,00 per annum, payable at the end of the year. "UNCLE FKANK'S HOUSEHOLD, Oil Sm'KS IN THE OLD DOMINION," Is a neW publication. Wo liavonotrcad it. Prou y lias it for sale. Wo givo our readers a touching Extract, ft if a passage from Lettor No. 7, several of jfic surplus slaves of Uie plantation had just Leon sold "by Mis'ttcss Rcgina to a Texas speculator among them Hho coachman Ilafo, at whoso cabin the prayer-m...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 23 February 1853

Dentil of Agitation. Wo have been repeatedly told thai nothing is so dangerous to the good feeling between tho North and South as tho perpetual agitation of tho aubject of sla very. Agitation is covert treason and agitators are ely traitors. OfcoUrso tho South and its friends we're determined to suppress agitation. Thu success lias been eminent. It has not only been put down, hut put down a hundred limes, and thero is a chanco for hundreds of times moro. In tho South, the methods of suppressing agitation irable. Tho United States mails we'ro put at the discretion of ovcry post master to lid them of inflammatory matter. That produced great quiet nmong agitators. Laws wero enforced fof the im prisoement of frco citizens of the North, if found in Carolina with a t.k!n of tho wrong cnlof , so that a man to-day might vote in New York, for Piereo & King, pay his taxes, go to Charleston, and the lieXt week bo put into jail, and in a short time be sold into slav cry to pay his jail fees...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 23 February 1853

Tour. Days Lntcr from Europe. Haiid to Digest. Tho Concord (N. It.) Democrat The steam prot-cllcr Alps arrived nt.Ncw York on Tluirs- tntM that a cow belonging to Mr. Moody aillinglmm, of CtlllUy U"l UOU. day oveninir. with London dates of the 1st and Liverpool Jvcwbury, New Hampshire, in cntlngsomo garden vogctn- rpttV. siil,.c,i,cr, mvo now In Slnl.e , nn assortment of the 2d inbtant. ! blcs, accidentally swallowed a very nharp butcher knife, i of GROCERIES ns can bo found in Town or Conn- , including mo nanuiv, nnu ' j -" '."Is n PnTl "' Viriisurii ana i owuerca ongiirs For the H'ihJhim County Democrat. - CH ANOK. Everything, animate or inanimate, upon tlie face of our Clobe. is Btamtied with that Ulieflaccable motto, change. t...... -in'...,..t m.ii....,. ,,...,:.. c w.. about cloven inches in lclitrth , ijuunir, r isvvuiih mvmuuiini a-, it 1,11111 , ui .1.11.1 . . . . f ' . ; . It is with mingled feelings of pain and plcasuro that we land, died on tho 28 th tilt., ami the title...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 23 February 1853

For the Democrat. The Orphan's LnmcnU Dark shadows o'er my henrt iiro stealing, In nil their dreariness nnd gloom, Tho faded Images revealing Of hours which wore life's sweetest bloom: But gono nro all tho joys clysian, Which once I felt wcro nil my own, And now I sec no gorgeous ision, For I'm alone all, all alonol My spirit now no moro rejoices In Bcenes that deck a world like this, For ne'er I hear its angcl-voiccs, Onco busy with their songs of bliss! Orim shapes from out the darkness looming, But answer me with Boleinn moan, To hush the voice of Hope's presuming! For I'm alone all, all alone! The busy world in all its gladness, Wears yet no cheering smile for me, But rather frowns upon tho sadness Of odo it fain would never see! It feels not, cares not for my sorrow, My bitterness is nil my own, With naught to gild the coming morrow, For I'm alone all, nil alone I Tho grass grows green above tho sleepers, T. 11 . nrr, .- . . rl I ' rate, Fomow they dwell with angol-kcepcrs, And...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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