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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 March 1836

nWHDIIAWA AMIEienCDAW OUR COINTRV OLIt COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIEDS. IIV C. F. CLAKKSOX BKOOKYILI.E, FRAXKLIX COl TY, IXDIAXA, FRIDAY, II ABIC EI 18, 1S3G. VOL. IV. IVo. IS. TERMS OP THE AMEKK'AX. in advance f2 in six months; or $3,00 at Expirat ion of the year. kl .... .-v-i-c I u-fl vp in.kfi nr rue ,-tlIKf -P'ted once or throe tunes, for one dollar, and ;.'. Jt's will l'c charged for each additional insertion. iavn or TSIK WKEK. WHITE WATER CANAL. The Legislature of Ohio has finally passed the ill authorizing Indiana to construct that portion of the L'ana' which lies in the Territory of Ohio. The following is a copy of the bill, which -n forwarded to us by Geo. II. Dann Esq. from r4lambus, Ohio. A RILL To permit and authorize the State of Indiana lo (nstrurt a part of the irhiletcaler Canal within Attorriiorii Ohio. ac. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly (tftht State " Ohio, I hat the State of Indiana he, "iii herebv permitted to construct so much of the 'Wh....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 March 1836

L'OAGKESSKKliAL SKETCHES. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Whig. Washington, l'r.ii. 26, lS'G. Pearee of llhode Islaid iii opjio.iilioii to the Rcr ef Hill! I have seen drunken men , men partially nsane and men really mad out u personilication f madness, insanity, wisdom and folly, all hitrms enough too, I never saw till yesterday, till peronitied in Pearce, of Rhode !.-laad. Ron . 1 1 ardin, I had always thought an odd fi.ii. lie has been elipsed, however, in all of his foibles, by the little man, I'earce, of Rhode Island. Such bodily con- '. irtions, strange phi.e?, odd gestures, queer looks, mnitural altitudes and singular throw ing together "f ideas, never was u itnessod even in ch iOs itself. McDiUlio, who was wont to break chairs, desks. His countenance w as animated his voice clear and soft as a sweet toned instrument his remarks witty ami eiiective. I need say no more IIenuy Ci.ay addressed the Senate. Crittenden also spoke in opposition to an appropriation uf$U,WiO,WO. He i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 March 1836

the soirit of fury and violence within. Then' nl V, r-nl-roaJ, puffing like a .... b..,lor-wh,z' S -..-whiz.:: WHIZ:::! soon again the steami1" '"" ,. .1 1 . 1.1..., .,.,...1 I?,,....,-. not jVve. 1 never looked upon his ;.,'""'', l ow- j .without seeing in imagination at least all the - ! .. .! n I II I.u ill 13 1 1 iv, niii'u cmiii. . i ?i;u- 1 imp .Ion.eins 01 cJ.i;.u.,,i;u.,.-,BuluS,l.itvu'- a ,-01:, c. IV New York Relief Fire Bill was next and ge'.itiJ I'frty : t!lC tr'"- Jearce of Rhode Island, who occasionally raves as bad as Byniim, though he ver -;,r!,ts, commenced a long speech or rather n" " .1 ., i..,,rr o ......i. i.;..t. 1.., i..i 1 r U'jOIl Thursday Id st. i)i him in tht! spirit of his' ej.itisni, I may, very properly exclaim: '.Ia.l -E'exone.nes yclept the great, 1 come an humble pillar of the State, Pr-,Taaiit with news." AnJ w rit thmu, my ucar reader was the news j n!; mi' Ie ir reader ftlu IHiu-e -i. 1;. .m.uiu noi.nngj ' til l;l ;l 1 - "..ii.lii.lil OiU mercanti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 March 1836

mscEXA:vEors. From the Esser Register. THE HACXTED IIOTSE. 'Twas a liright and beatitifu' evening near thn close of May, that the Inn, in the villi of C , not an hundred miles from Portland, was brightly lit up and thronged with company. Men from every part of the State, tncl of all the various ranks, cla5?cs and professions in life, were mingling their voices in the bar room; and the notes of rejoicing were heard till a late hour in the night. The far mer, the lawyer, the soldier with his tattered uniform, and the clergvman with his wig and dark vestments, were mingled together in one promiscuous throng.and all drank to 'the happiness and prosperitj" of America their beloved and lonor harrassed land. And surely he patriotic band had caue lor rejoicing; for long had the dark and angry clouds of war overshadowed their devoted land; and often had the hopes of the patriot and the soldier waxed dim, as he beheld their gloomy as pect, and heard the shout of the victorious foeman. But the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 March 1836

AMA AMI n(DAM OUR COUNTRY OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. Bl C. F. CLARKSOX. BROOKYILLE, FRAXKLLX CQILTY, lXDIAXA, FRIDAY, JIAKCH 25, 1S3G. VOL. IV. Ho. 13. nMDn TERMS OF THE AMERICAN. t-2 in advance $2,-r0 in six months; or $3,00 at .,,eexoir.ition of the yonr. Advertisements. Twelve lines, or less, will be inserted once or throe times, for one dollar, and 23 cents "EWS OF TDK WEEK. BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. The new State Charter of the institution ha? been unanimously accepted by a general mating o'" is individu il stockholders, H.-.n. Benjamin Crowninshield of Mas?, in the Clnir. Mr. Hiddle made a speech in explarjition of the general management and present resource? of the Bank, assuring the stockholders of its ability to meet all tlie engagements imposed upon it by the terms of the rechartcr, at the same time that it is adapting it? business to the state of tilings under which it will hereafter exist. lie congratulated them, moreover, on its entire separation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 March 1836

-. son I travelled over Hungary among the Turks, ith tlie Carabeesnlong the Kl.ine and Rhone and ;y circuitous route b.ck to the Hay of Hiscay, with this said (Jenrgia .Senator. This morning he rot raced his long journey in a .poech of an hour, and fi-n-illy eio-s-'d the Atlantic and relumed homo. I discovered in theouisc of his journey overland iiil ffa. what wore his views on the Abolition ;uestio:; lle'is opposed to the reeeation of all pe;.tiniis, praying for the A boot on of Slavery in the )is!r:ct and moreover, what is the most important pa.t of his t.;:!iarks, is, he is of the opinion :!rit an i: t Mnpt t'i ' Vboliah slavery here, would be .mi auompi in aiionsii it every where. J-.n-ic:i ol .North ( arol.na, of the same partv. Long;, not of t!i:: s line opinions, was up for the .hise. lie w is of opinion that it was best to have iio opinion at all, if i ni iy jii.ige from wh.it he sail cious of all men in word. Tl.ev have, their: hours of pkiv and their pay for the exercise. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 March 1836

ui-vnJe.l. X-iw th?y arc valueless. The for military exercise ns to r meet a they c;.?ional'v without hope and without ai'1 A a ,n. Mr A "5 "B'ft "ST A Tar I XT E R X A I. I M P R O V P. M P. X T . i ierr.ai i FU1I1AV, MARCH 25, 1SH0. Lincoln h : il concluded his sensible re- , . . i , . li h iii sot .ken without premeditation ,,i t'io verv s,uroftIio occasion, the question was U l id :'or the present, and the remaining part ', .,. , i-i t he reeeotion of petitions. v ' .. . i . : ... .... : ., .. .nV.t W.'.S ill I'' IUC IIlU:iMUi: HI LtMIUI I 1 'I ' .-l - i ii-inn ' . ' '-rsiis Sew land. Newlaud himself has j I he nominations of Kendall, as Post Master Gcn- '"V - -m, I 'iieni,T a new member, all are anxious eral, and I .i'it(i;ioi,s. We learn by the last eastern mail that the nomination of R. It. Tauney, to the office of Chief Justice of the United States, has t! Contested Fdoction of' "ecn i" by 'he Senate by a vote oft".) to 1.",. rsas acv - i .11 - 1 -i ! ! eeaig a iiivuinvi, ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 March 1836

rcisrEEEAAS'or. Front the Doctor. Quick Couiiliip; OR TIIF. WOOl-l) AND WONremarkable example, showing that a wise man. when he rises in the morning, little knows what lie mav do bclorc night. 11 Now I love, And so as in sv short a time I may. Yet so as time shall never break that so, nd therefore so accept ofF.llinor. Robert Green. One summer evening, the Doctor, on his wav back from a visit in that direction, stop.mI, a? on such opportunities lie usually dii. :it Mr. liaron's wicket, and looked in at the open casement to see it' his fiiends were within. Mr. Bacon was silting there, alone, with i book open on the table before him; and looking round when he heard the horse stop. -Come5 in Doctor,' said he, "if you have a few minutes to spare. You were never more welcome." The Doctor replied, 'I hope nothing ailscir vnnpself!"' "No." said Mr. Bacon, "God be thanked, but something has occurred which concerns both." When the Doctor entered the room, lie oerceived that the wonted sereni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 April 1836

MED HAMA AMIS IBIICD ART OUR COUNTRV OUR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OCR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. II V C. F. CI-.AKKS03T. TERM OF THE AMERICAN. 4J in advance in six months; or 3,00 at the expiration of the year. nvKKTisEMKxrs. Twelve lines, or less, will be :,cprtel once r three times, for one dollar, and IIROOKYILLE, IUAXKLIA COOTY, lYDIAYA, FKIDAY', APRIL, 1, I83G. VOL.. IV. Ho. 14. cents " ill be charged for each additional insertion. or the avki-:k. utii. Heath! The Tiny ().) Times, of the loth :ii:t-uit, contains an account o.'' the burning, ,n t!ie n L'l t f" 'ha lMt int., of the dwelling house 0.-Mr. John Moore, near Christiansburgh, in Miam, county, "'id t,,e death of three of his children! j'l j f ili ia ing are the particulars: -M-. .'1 Hire ti hi prepared wood tor a s:iJ hid sat it tij) in tac corner to dry lie ;j ia the night and tindingthe wood hid caught i i : ...... o ,t . . .i . i tiM ni i cuiiiMi'.iiMc uwi i iiu nit; to ine nouse, ti,,arh to so small a degree that he supposed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 April 1836

COXGRESSIOXAI sketches. 'cry about equal expenditures, equal disburse-J ' merits, and equal Appropriations was wrong. For one, lie cared not what portion of the country needed the publ'e money if they needed it, and the necessity could be proved, he would vote for it. He would do as much fur the South as the North, if it were necessary; but the fact was to the contrary. The South did not need the same means of defence as the North her harbors were few her rivers not exposed her country fortified by nature better than the North could be by art. They did not therefore need the same protection as the North, and should not ex pect it. ritb'ic expenses, public necessity. Correspondence of the Cincinnati ll'hig. Washington, March loth, 183G. Tuesday Evening. The House have changed their position in a single day. Yesterday i!ie Van Huron party were rejoicing over "victory, victory, the day is ours," &e. with .mad enthusiasm. To-day they have veiled t'leir faces for shame. Yeste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 April 1836

A JIB RICA N. B n oo"kv'""l 1.13, I IV D1A IV A. FR1PAT, APRIL 1, IS3. jjn lin me iiinno "v- .. ... .. r......t are disheartened discouraged. Our Cincin nati papets ,iave fa! t,ie two 'asl mils, and our tnlers will sec in the barrenness of our columns today, the effect?. PRINTER'S N OTICE. It cannot be said, by our subscribers, tliat we arc continually dunning them, for we believe this is t'e first time we have sud to them "1'AJ LI,' fn,v we established in this place, which is now ,.,.tl,nv years. We have little reason to com- rlain of the punctuality of cur subscribers, for iWrii-tion has been paid as prompt as we could espect. Yet we have outstanding1 accounts, which v,xooeJ $2,000, which had we received our due, v.ou'J 'rare been paid some months since. And al-tbou-'h we say that our subscribers are prompt in "ivmcnt, et there are about 2,( 0 on our list who lave not yet paid a cent. There is also about 8,00 dollars for .lob-work and advertising unpaid, some of w hu-'i should hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 1 April 1836

Tiir.u rs siniivniiM; in a kiss. There's something i'i kiss. Though I canii.'t reveal it; Which never comes amiss Not even if you steal it! We cannot taste a kiss. And sure we cannot view it! But is tliore not a bliss Communicated through it! I'm well convinced there is certain something in it For 'tlniii;!i a simple kiss. strive to win it. Yet, there's something in a kiss; If nothing else would prove it, It might be proved by this All honest: people love it! Protn the. .Wic 1'orA: Jlirror. MOTIONS OF BRAVTV IX Ol'RTOWX. Wnr is personal heautv ? The monkev. :f he could speak, would roplv 'in a tail;' the 'ox who had lost that appendage argued that it consisted in not having one. The prince f darkness might sav that horns were the oet fi ction of beauty; married men would in--'? upon the reverse. A tall and thin person regards length as the true criterion of heautv. i short and thick one breadth, and the mi.t-ile-sized swear it is neither one nor the oilier. -otne voung ladies admire...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 April 1836

I MBDHAM ouit corxTuv-oCR cnixiKY's i.vrrnisT . AM) OU!t COI NTUV S miE.NDS. bkoosl villi; , Ht.Vian- COI ATV, IVBIA.VA. FKIDAY, APRIL S, I8i IT-KM OF THE AMEKICAX. i:i :i.n "lace -."' in six month;-; or .V-!0 at ..Joxpir:tti. of the year. '"viuks iii::Mt'N is. Twelve linns, or loss, will bo ;..i-t-l once or throe times, tor one dollar, and "J-": Iv-'j u;ii be charg-'d for each additional insertion. OF TSSE WK5-:Si. '. )- fir f i,!:,T-n - I'nrrit an-r-'lM'.NGFH'.LH TOWNSHIP. Nit. i.nriou: n 11 u.i; i.;:'y Hre.uii of Pko.mise- About the most scurvy men 01 w inch we have heard lately VOL.IV..o. 1.7. Fire T A Sj E . AT JjAXnnn A 1., . , . . . occurred in ifi :..;V " la,ie ""aiusiieii brick eil- Baltimore. A gallant fellow was fool;.!, .Mw,.rl. to! m , , ." . " lu: "emrnts. and owned bv , . . . o V.rU8 O. .ir : ,,. .' i- .. , . .,. lvJ u aiam ueiore i.e hail mane up ; was dest roved bv lire at Bangor ,,' T, ' " I rom l!le York .Vrror Vs ,!'ilul lo ma"" 7' , "fter j ing last, the build "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 April 1836

CONGRESSIONAL SKETCHES. Correspondence of the Cincinnati TFhig-. Washington, March 2 1st, 183G. Benton again from noon till evening upon the same Expunging topic in the s;ime exp uiging manner. For the whole day he has een cursing withstrong imprecation, the Hank, the "damnable Bank" as he has called i, and reiterated the curse. His historical nalhemas have also gone forth against the fr. ends of the Institutions from the least to the greatest. As usual he has encompassed Heaven and Earth to prove that Expunging is con'rary to heathenism and according to the Christain Religion. Moses he contends was in favor of Expunging, and inherited the doctrine, from Adam. Noah he says, would be ii favor of Expunging if he were alive. The Missouri Senator then leaving Ecclesiastical history, commenced with the Profane Historians, and travelled through the world and the historians of the world since the days of Herodotus. Law came next, which was morals and ethics. Then came a chapter upon Mechan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 April 1836

XjfTE RICAW. -nT7Vw.l. 1? TV niilVA. nROUii FRANKLIN COUNTV. The following ii ht of Constables, InspecSuusrvisors i c. elected in ea.h township in tort. ,.. ,. i. , county, on jionujr .1... K A 1 lUIUi3lllI. nnOOKVIM-E. Const-ibles. Jeremi.hO.St John Dand HJ . Willif" t-'atie. Super"" C) rui auick Dist No Mirtiii Clark bivd Reynold pividC Maker Parmenus Davn Jonathan Smith Jj.ues Philby Jjliu Oist J,mes Rigg F; iab Warret p eidins Jeter i ..., Jones J FAIRFIELD. Constable!. Thomas Logan Jmies T. Harrackman Supervisors. S Taylor (list Xo g,meon Shriner John Austin SPRINGFIELD. luipector. T 8 Scoby Constables. Minny V Simonson It.mh G Scoby Suvrrviion. Vm W Carjon dist No 1 Iinel Gregg Andrew Lackey William Armstrong Jonathan Fruit Abner Carson Tbomat Freeland Aquilla Raridcn Eira L Bourne HIGHLAND. Inspsclor. fimuel Price Constables. Thomas Howe Enoch Spradling. Supervisors. Eli Allen dist No Thomas H.ilberstadt Shelby Baker Calvin Owens Constable. Thoma6 Cooksey James Hornback Other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 8 April 1836

(eoxci.ra:!) i :io: r:::sT iwtu:.) !,ce to parental nuilion! y; leaf, much as she : -ved ihom. and strong a was !;er confidencei their superior wisdom, she felt hcrjclf in- . jIvcJ in doii!)ts an ! dilaciillics. The ilileni- but little the sacrifices it led to, so that Ids' the man who had Ion- heeti the po-.r of nassion and us nr , -...- c.;.fl.,.i. i.:, i . Ln 1 .. i . . .. UL po.ts-,,ji 01 ' f ,r y , ",ur "Ci wniie Gilbert was permitted in v 1 iiiiu ii v. M consequence of his hitter repentance, to inherit the little farm he had once trcachernns- a:i VV ra-nennce ( her ahect;on: rion ght : of u liii !i iter licart grew : .lad de.-;dv :nd now her possessor must he envied. To the laini or mi-nidging parenfrd prudence ly wrested from his brother ii. e u.iv niongm a Ioju lul gloom, from which a -"r ju-t ho :on; hcr-Jis.d.edience to tiicm.j less timid heart might have shrunk hack even a the vr-rv.fo the darkness of the torn!). She mooted its nplIF, .Subscribers offer fur sale aeditated...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 April 1836

LIAWA AM IICDAM OUR COUNTRY OCR COUNTRY'S INTEREST AND OUR COUNTRY'S FRIENDS. 15V C. F.CLAUKSOIV. IIKOOKYILLIS, FKAXKLIX COOTY, IAUIAAA, 1 15319 AY, APRIL 13, ISSfi. VOL. IY. Ao. 16. HMD tarn F"""" J TMtMH OF T II R AMERICAN. j. in aiiv incL in six months; or $'1,00 at f expiration of the year. DVF.ttTisEi:"l"s- Twelve lines, or less, will be verted once or three tunes, for one dollar, ami Si n il! be eliar,red for each additional insertion. sews or t ia if w i; i".'k. fee . hastened, with all possible expedition, to Lyons, jgustine, Texas, and urged to become a candidate Ho reached that city eight hours before the news! lor the Convention: but the Ci.lonel t..ld ti p Tev- V THRILLING ADYT.N TT11F.. I 1 iv? lizard a story smiewharo of a merchant 1 i full.'cti'il a party together to give eclat to one Vii.ixe l'tt'.e fa mil v festivals which brighten the trace oi ine, alio tiit-i me utiui.iii ut:iiL in I . 1. liio .1 II ir li t .a ii-.ul i i i ii nr lio viLs of her young acquaintance ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 April 1836

once or two withdrew hi? motion to excuse Mr. Adam, which had created such a castigating'from Mr. Peyton. Mr. Wise now renewed his motion that Mr. Ad imp he required to vote giving as a reason that he wished to test the House and see whether a man could he made at three o'clock upon Gods holy day to do an unholy act. Mercer, of Virginia, follwed, hold, eloquent and for the first time that I have seen him very much excited. Some of the majority called him to order. He was not out of order and said that during the 19 years in which he had been in this House he had not been called to m-.ler so iikh Ii as during the present session in no single rase of which he had been out of order." There is. said he, no Congress in the world that compels a man to legislate upon the Sabbath dav. For myself, said he. I have staid here onlv'to protect my friend, (alluding to Mr. Graham) who is suflTering from oppres sion and to see justice done lum 1 win spenu the lat drop of my blood. Bynum, of North C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 April 1836

. rpnn prepared for an issue o hastily I indecent brought about. The word of! Innn.!. however, had hern g.ven-u.e ' tte bad gone forth, am) in the darkness Tthc'niillit tl,e nifjoritjhad agreed to consu- ' t0 their design. f ,,tlmrd took t!ie floor, at about one . i -L- to finish a speech which he had belt l11 K , . i i. I ... Thursday. II was ame. patriotic aim ana uenvereu, 10 prove unit S'.M-I before her. run Micliian ought not to be admiled, until J.k li.nl.l ni'ncniil lw-rci'!f lir time as iit .-iioiiiu He would not submit that sin Vvild come into the Union by force. Alf ' U -she lad gone so far a-? to threaten the trv.ainl jtdid not become the country to 'ihniit" to these threats in silence, certainly not heroine Congress 10 be influenced ,V them. The Michigan Convention, he urj, was composed of Irishmen, Prussians. Annans. Italians, Foreigners of every class, 'nj jj.l it become us to admit such citizens ito'ice, am nigus. in all tle privileges that the Vmcrican citizen enjoys...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 15 April 1836

MISCELIiAAUOrs. From Friendship's OJTering. THE Til RUE ADVICES. AN IUISII MORLT.LE. The stories current among the Irish penantry are not ver remarkable for the inrul--atiou of any moral lesson, alihonli numberless are the legends related of pious ami i-gooo! people," tlie saints ami fairies. The following tale of the Three Advices is the only one uf a moral character which I remember to have heard. It was told tome bv a professional story teller, whose diction 1 have en deavored to preserve, although his subriq-nt of 'Paddreeti 'Iralagh, or 1 addy the Vagabond, from his wandering life, was not a par'Icul trly appropriate title for a moralist. The ;aleis certainly very ancient, and has probably found its way into Ireland from Wales, as it appears to be an amplification of a Bardic 'Triad of Wisdom." There once came, what of late happened so often in Iieland, a hard year. When the crops failed, there was herniary and m'wfoitune from one end of the Island t the other. At that time a g...

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