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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 June 1838

fSfot M uvltuf&mi " "0xt lit nn NOT THE G I. O 11 Y OF CKSAll 1UJ T T II U WELFARE OF It O M E . BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JUJVB 22, 1838. VOL. XI No. 574: From the New- i'orktr. CHANGE AND CONSTANCY. Tlieicnrc hiiuli! hours That c ittl existence with die dues nf heaven : They come with epringV Riiy llmv cief, And lend 11 glory to the stars uf even. Over the Past They fhrd halo nT K-renc delight, 'And round the I'lesc-nt east A magic lie.iuly an etherial light. Thpip miimpnts are As brief an beautiful . they pass away, As, one by one, each itar Of gorgeous hope is blotted fioin our day I And ne'er again Are these 10 tiidi us with dreams of bliss 1 1a all on vault so vain That minds must soar to other worlds than this t Life hath its spring, Its summer glories, and its autumn gloom It elieei lerf. withering, When Love and Beauty sink into lhe tomb. Like nature, Inn, Ilalhotir existence its redeeming hours, When iovs shall bloom anew, And Hope ami licauly tpieaj again their flowers...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 June 1838

through tbo ilonrintr oflhe cage, and break jii(r into tho apiirtmont. sprung upon a beautiful lama, which, with tlm olcphnnt niul some small minimis, wore pormiticil to fro loose. It wan killed and devoured in a short time. Tho roaring and noise of tho other ani mals wyis terrific all their nativo wildnuss seemed to have, returned. The keeper hearing the noise, nnd supposing that they were impatient for food, went into the Toom, whore Uio first object that met his view was lit a ligurs preying upon t ha Inmn. lie seized n stick to drive t he in into their cage, ot this tho tiger left his victim, and in the net of springing upon tho keeper was arrested by tho lion, near whose den ihc was crouching, and who held him fust ii his claws. In the mean time, our hero, Tippo Sullan, hurried to his friend the keeper, wound his trunk around his waist, and lifted him in tho air, out of the reach ot harm, and kept him tiioro safely until assistance came, and the brutes were secured. Hut to retu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 June 1838

oral, and who is yet fanatical in his nuircment of homage from inferiors, and in ilm enforcement of nil those potty in tlm tcknowlpdgmcnts of dororonco to t crcat which are n practical indignity I II u nnni wi eh nrn n nracucai inuignny to tho humble, can hardly becomo popular on ihia sidn of the Atlantic not even in Canada. Haughtiness of bearing and a tenacity of forms are bo nearly allied to narrowness of mind, that a pcoplo accus lomcd to a reasonable share of social equality if not of political freedom will bo very apt to confound them, and to infer the latter from tho former. Wo regret to porceivo already tho evi dences of Lord Durham's unfitness for his new position. Ho began by dissolving tho old Executive Council which was right and organizing a new one of his immo diatc satellites and retainers which was wrong. Ho is thus at this moment vested with a power over British America as depqtii as that of Nicholas over Russia. His Thiugurnl Proclamation is a windy document, which...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 June 1838

jtmv KivGLA.vn cough siu;p, Tlic rtputalwn vf which mi nom hromt establislutl at tht most safe ami tjfieariou reined tvtr tliicniercdfor INri,ui:::., !. !s.!oi;ais asthma, HiioKi'irvj.' cotuu, simttjl or 111,(1(91), AMI Alii, AVfr'JJCTIONS of thij liinvus. PREPAnKD OXI.V !)Y TIIK SOI.K l'UOPRIETOli DANIEL GODDAHD, No. 8 Gold Sr. " NKW-VOUK. In presenting tlili useful remedy to tho public, iho Pre. priclor U authorized by n l'liysiihin, from whom tho llcclpo wns confidentially oUnliioil, to unto, that ho has usedtt himself, ami in hU menshu practice In Pulmonary affec tions, with ntniiihltij! rflVcl. Tho happy combinations vegetable substances, of which It Is entirely composed, are peculiarly aiiaptcil 10 dkcu.es uftho Lungs, Liver, and Stomach, This medicine has been moil very extensively, nnd tho proprietor has not known a flnt-lu Instanro In which It has tailed In glvlusr relief hi di-e.i-.H for which It Is recommend- , "'cn,in wo npprtmclihig tn consumption, nttcndod with bleedin...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 June 1838

NOT THE GLORY OFC ESAlt DUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JTUJVB 29, 1838. VOL. XI Nc THE BOWL. BV LIEUT. O. W. PATTEN, U, S. AUMV. Oil I fluin the bowl! the draught bewnro Whose smile but mocks the lipa of man; When foaming high with wniers rare Oh ! never touch the goblet then. Willi friends wo love, llio' sweet to sip , Tlio neclar'd juice ut close of day, Yet trust yc not the syren lip That wins to client, and lures to slay, Dh ! slum the bowl, and ihou shall know A deeper spell than swims in wine ; Tho' bright its hours of sunset glow. Their crimson cloud as briefly thine. i few short days in madness past, And thou will sink unknown to years; Vilhout a hope beyond the blast, , Which moans ubovo thy grave of tears ?hl leave the bowl if thou art wise . To shun the path of guilty fame ; The burning road where anguish lies, I And perjured honor weeps for shame, n after years some cheering ray f From Virtue's smile will o'er thee spread, Anil ihou wilt bless the bette...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 June 1838

requelffiESjin to bdlffljisfcj 12th T''WMint to I this Dist S. E. I DAY MO tlN N0, JU NE29. waUItTII DISTRICT. coting of Iho dologalcs from tho scv i . ., i.i. 1 nioirlpt (13 in IHO 4ili angrusai""'" ollor, on Wodnosday llio 271U inst. cd that tho chairmon or tho sov comm'tlloos in said District, bo a Convention of said District Cambridgo Borough on tho 10 o'clock in tho foronoon, didato for Congress, from PECK, Chairman, rcrclary. f J. K. Pauldinir to tho I confincmont a citizen of tho United States, I tho whole company of Lancora woro cap u Til , k! acting under tho authority of tho Stato offered, and arc still rotained-only one cs las been confirmed by I Maine, for attempting to tako a census of leaping, Phtlip Bendor, who was wounded The nomination o Navy Dopartmont has tho Sonnte, and to tho satisfaction of all parties, we believe. We hope to sea tho Burlington Band cheered on Monday evening by an over. (flowing houso. They havo porsovercd under great discouragements, and over ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 June 1838

From llio New Ilumpshiro Courier. hi Loco Foco Lullaby. One of the speakers' 7i ..!.. i.r iim am Halt moro election, rcier- N . .....ilfiil nulnm nf lll0Swi.3 wllO lite tlllOn if- ...,..i,, Al.. Wlm.1 die List clistcninir rim Fof lliosun'd golden be.imi nro ingenng upon llio Ii!jhet neaki, nnd to bemililully reflected by llio Glaciers, llio nenmnt belov, upon llio sido next the tin, tcps oiu of hl coimgo nnd sing, 'Good night! . I,;, noinliltnr. who snvu, 1 Good nialit I' to the nexts nnd when the lushest peak is closinir ita cildln". the cheerful 'Good night l has resounded to llio lowest cotmgo on llio oilier side. Anil eo llio American yeomanry have bade 'Goodnight! to loco foco rti lor ; lha song began in Mnino New llampfhlro heard it Rhode Island, Connecticut, nnd Nov Vork echoed it lliihiinoro has now given her response nnd it was hoped to hear it ro cchocd front Virginia and that a long, hearly 'Good night!' from Mississippi, would sing the lullaby of locofocoism fur ever. Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 June 1838

,A" ''J A CERTAIN CURE FOR THE HOWEVER inveterate, in one hour's application, and no danger from taking raid, bv iiinr DUiWPIUHS' OINTMENT. This ptcparutiuu, for pleasantness, safe ly, expedition, ensn nntl corlQinty, stands unrivalled for the euro of this troublesome coinplointi It is so rapid as well as certain in HMipcrntion, a to euro this disagreeable disorder, most, effectually, in one hour's amdkalion only ! it docs not contain tho least parliclo of mercury, or other clangorous ingredient, and tuny ho applied with porfrct safety by pregnant females, or to children at tho breast. .Prico 37 1 2 cento a box, with ntnplo direction?. DUmailES' REMEDY FOR THE PlBLiES. nniI13 proprit-tiir liejrs leave to rcconi JL mend (which he docs with the fullest confidence) one nt the most valuable rcnic dies known for this troublesome and pain ful complaint. Without going into detail lie deems it enough to say, he has in his possession the most undoubted testimonials tljat it has wmrc complete...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 July 1838

NOT THE GLORY OP CJHSAR V T THE WELFARE OP ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, .TULY 6, 1838. VOL. XII No. 576 From the London Evangelical Magazine. T HE COM PASS. Tlio dorm wa louil bcfjru llie blast Ourgall.ini l.it k was tlritcn: Their foaming eicsi the billows renr'd; And not emu friendly star appeal M Through nil l lm vault ol licavcn. Yet dauntless still l lie steersman stood, Ami gii.M willintit n sifin, "When-, pois'd on needle bright and slim, Ami 1 i t 1 1 1 u-1 1 by a lantern dim, Tliu compass meets hid eye. Thence taught Ilia d.irkgomo course to slccr, He bro.ilh'd no viah for day I Hut bravM the whirlwind's headlong might, IN or once throughout t lie dismal night To fear or doubt gave way. And what ia oft the Christian's life, Dut slorm as dat k and drear, Thro' which, without one bliicsomo ray Of worldly blisa to cheer his way, Ho must his vessel etecr. Yet let him ne'er to sorrow yield, lo r in the eacrcd page A compass shines, divinely true, Anil pelf-illumined greets his ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 July 1838

FRIDAY BIO KN1 NO, JULY 6. For Governor SIIAB IK. 3EXSISON. Fur Lieut. Governor, DAVID m. OA1WEP. For Treasurer, HENRY P. JANES. SENATORS FOR CHI I'TENDEN COUNTY JOHN N. POMEKOY, JOSI3PII CLARK. WHIG MI5HTING. Ttio Whigs of Burlington nro notified (o meet at Howard' TOMORROW EVENING, nt eight o'clork, ftr l!io purposo of nppuinltng delegates to llio District Convention, lo be held nt Cambridge on the 12ili. JulyC. H YDEl'ARK. At o public meeting holdcn at Ilydcpark on the 29tb Inst, a resolution was adopted t opproving of the nomination of tlio Hon. Wm. P. Briggs fat Congress, and recom inonding a district Convention which it will bo recollected is already officially an nounced. Gamaliel Taylor presided. The time is go near at hand when we gIiqII hove the united voice of tho whole district on this subject, that wo deem it inexpedient to republish these proceedings, 09 6uch a course could only serve to forestall what ought to bo a frco and fair expression on that occasion. Our corres...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 July 1838

nEMOCUATlC WHIG STATE CONVEN. TION. Tho Domocralic Whigs of Vormont nssom. bled in Convention at tho Froo Church in Montpolior, Juno 27th, pursuant to tho call of tho Stato Committee. Tho Convention was called to order by Wm. Upham, Esq. chairman of tho Stale Commit tee, and organized by appointing William A, Griswold, President pro tempore, and Charles Hopkins Secretary pio tern. A committee composed of tho following named gentlemen was appointed to nomlnalo officers of tho Convention, namoly : Windham County, Goo. C. Hall; Rutland Co., Gco.T. Hodges : Windsor Co., Lysandor Raymond ; Add ison Co., Wm. Nash ; Orango Co., Jacob K. Parish ; Washington Co., C. L. Knopp; Chitlendon Co., Timothy Follott; Caledonia Co,, Erastus Fairbanks: Orleans Co., S. Stimnson ; Lamoillo Co., Thomas Waterman. Tho house being insufficient to contain tho members of Iho Convention, on motion, tho Convention proceeded in procession to tho Brick Church. Thocommillco to nominato officers of tho Convention ma...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 July 1838

O-TO THOSE AFFLICTED WITH CORNS. rflHE colobrnlcd Albion Corn Plaster nf JL fords) instant rollof, and nt tho samo timo dissolves and drawn tho Corn out by llio roots, without Ilia least pain. Certificate. "To thoso afflicted with Corns on tlioir fcol I do certify, that I liavo used tlio .'11 bin n Com Master with coinploto success. Before i had used ono box, it com jdotoly cured a corn which iiad troubled mo for many year. I ntnko this public for tho benefit of tlioso nfllclcd with that painful complaint. Wm. SHAW. Flushing, L. I. Feb. 28. Prico 50 cts. a box. DP. RF.LFFSS AROMATIC PILLS, FOR FEMALES. THEY purify tho Blood, quicken ilscircu. lalion, assist tho suspended operations' of nature, and arc a general romedy for tho prevailing complaints among tho fomalo part of society. Tho Pills aro particularly effica cious in tho Green Sickness, Palpitation of tno Heart, Giddiness, Bhort ISrcalh, Sinking of tho Spirits, Dejection and disinclination to oxcorciso and society. Married lad...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 July 1838

it mwelttxtL NOT THE GLORY O F C jE S A It BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME BY H. B. ST-ACY. FRIDAY, JUL-Y 13, 838. VOL. XII Xo. 577 SPEECH OF MR. BOND, OF OHIO, Upon Jtir. Hopkins' Resolution to divorce the Government from the Press. Mr Bond said lie rejoiced that llio attention of tlic House and of the country whs again invited to the subject of retrenchment und reform. Ho was aware that these terms lind become somewhat hack licycd, and lio utmost feared that the fiequent repe tition here had rendered them trite nnd unmeaning. They hud been used, as well as known, with great effect, to put down ono Administration and elevate nnolhcr. That end bcinst attained, they seemed to have pei formed their office, so far nt least as the party now in power are concerned. All must admit that wc have had no practical retrenchment or re form. Mr D. said he wished gentlemen now in power to admit that they had amused, if not deceived, the People of this country with a, more Mancy sketch. ' If they would no...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 July 1838

inbuilt vmc&m itftn mnOMJLnmrs'KrmiiiK9r.ttaaf Continued front Fourth Page Office The President's name now is nol oven written by Ins proxy, ns it should bo, but is written uy eonio dork in iho Land Olfico, nn J the whole service of Iho proxy or agent consists in hid writing his own tiamo! For ilns ho is paid 1.500 por nnnnin ! The ptacn iH held by one of the President' sons, and it I nn indirect mod u of increasing tho President's salary. Tlio compensation is loo high, under tiny cir cninstnnccs. Por a service requiring nei ther skill nor talent, mid employing a very small portion of this young gentleman's tune, ho receives n higher salary than many of the Governors and other high officers in the several Siaios do ! Anothor office specially croatod is that of tho 'Smithsonian agent,' with a salary of S3, 01)0 a year, and furnishing a convenient sojourn for a gontlomaii wishing to visit London. Tho duties of this plaeo might welt liavo boon discharged by ordinary correspondence,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 July 1838

i inn ii 1111 Mn. Stacv I liavo read In ilio Free Press of Juno 29th, the rcHons aligned by Mr Murray for not publljhlnt! in llie Vermont I'nlcunipli my reply lo (lio rein.uks of M. J. Holooinh and oilicru, on the subject of leinpciunco, tocilicr whh Mr Murray's peroonal rem nks, lo which I should Ii.imi mudo no reply if Mr Aliirr.iyli.nl not nccmed inn of ineorrccllynii9prliii2ili.it Iliad been liifoinu'd in tlio Telegraph by said Murray, that li i coluniin wero wide open lo mo for llio discussion of ilio subject in question. I li.ivc therefore In irqucal sir, that joii will publish in I ha 1'ice Pic.h ihoedilori.il rcmntks uf Mr Mtiriuv, on the subject, ih published in the Tclesmph of December 27 1S37. that iho leader?; of Ilio Fico Press may bo cn.iblcd Injudo which of us it is that has mated inconecily the re.i eons for not publishing said rem irks. Alludiii,' lo iny remarks in reply to J. Iloleoiiib's left luiiilnl compliuienl, in thn Talcgrnpli of line. 21 1S37, Mr Murray says...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 13 July 1838

Continued from First Page. not proved themselves skilful iitlcpis in its practical application. Lot us direct our attention to tho ofl'icial ncwspapcr.thoGlobo and see if Mr Houston lias not most aptly described ' Ha ride, and progress, and its present state.' Wo know, sir, that at the commence ment of Gen. Jackson's Administration, tho ofl'icial newspaper was the United States Telegraph, published by Duff Green. Things went on smoothly for awhile, and until, as was said, some jealous rivalry sprung up between the then Vice President of the United Stntcs and tho present Pros-, ident, Mr Van Duron, who was then Sec retary of State. It was said Green was Buspected of cherishing a stronger partiality for tho Vico President than for tho Secre tary of State- But I do not profess to bo familiar with tho causes of this family jar. Report said that the Telegraph was not discontinued abruptly, as tho official organ, but was gradually supplanted by tho Globe, and its editor, Francis P. Dlair,...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 July 1838

ttttlttt NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAlt 15 U T THE WELfAItl! O F It O M U . pitf BY II. B. STACY. SPEECH OF MR. BOND. Concluded. I wish, now, to mnko a Tew comments on the professions and practice n( Mr Amos Kendall, lalo Fourth Auditor, and now Postmaster General. This irciitlcinan, you know, sir, wot? an eleventh. hour Jackson man. He, however, wafc ntnong the first who got office j and immediately after his nppointmciil, a letter ol his is published, in which, after holding himself and a few friends up as having boon persecuted, he exclaims, '(vhat has (leaven done? So disposed of events, as lo make Harry Post master General, and myself a mere humble Auditor.' As to Jlr liarry, no matter, what events' made him Postmaster Gen eral, wo know that under his management that dopartnicnt was deranged and render ed insolvent ! utii now ior mis -numoic nuunor, or, ns Irnm his own question, ho is sometimes calico, 'Hits Heaven bom' Amos. Ifhislorv docs him justice, it will be found that ho desir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 July 1838

FRIDAY M O It N I N G, J U I. Y 20. For Governor, SILAS 33. fflimSON. For Lieut, Governor, DAVID BSE. For YVcuurcr, HSNRIT P. JANUS. SENATORS I'OIt Oil! tTE.N'OKN COUNTY JOHN N. POM 13 HOY, JOSEPH Cli A UK. For Congress. 2 DBS'. BE5gEyg Sai3M. 4TII CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Wo publish to day tho proceedings ol tho Whig Convuntion nt Cambridge. The meeting is eaiil to havu been nno of tho lorgest ever assembled in t In district on a similar occasion, and we learn f rot:, those who attended, that its deliberations were conducted with grant unanimity and good feeling. There was to be sure tonic diver, aity of opinion in the expression of first preferences, but iIicbo differences wcro nt once merged in tho decisive expression of tho majority. Mr. Briggs' friends, we learn very honorably came forward with an expression of their concurrence, and plcdg. ing tbeir cordial support of the nomination. Thus is the question of a candidate put at rest, and tho whigs of this district have only to ra...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 July 1838

lie Wa I town of McMinville, n d'Htuncc of seven mile, mid back again on the emtio ilny, and this loo lifter lie had reached 100 years of ngo retaining tho perfect upright form unil firm step and movements of n soldier lill lliu last. Thus lived and died one of tho most remarkable men of the ago. Ho was wit ness to more remarkable events, perhaps, than any man living. What revolutions liavc rolled over the earth since ho was born! Ho was almost coeval with our colonial history. He was an old man when this nation commenced its career, llu has seen empires rise and lull, thrones dcmol. ished, and now kingdom spring to exist, ancc. Since ho hung upon his mother's breast, twenly-fivo hundred millions of I ho race have lived and died. But the old man lias gone to his fathers at last . Poaco bo to his memory, and mny tho grass grow green upon I he Patriot's grave. IIonniin.K OccunuENCi: at Philadel phia. On Tuesday morning, two boys, jno twenty, the other seventeen years of igc, opprcntic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 20 July 1838

DII! STEAL NOT THOU MY FAITH AWAY Oh ! fte.il not (lion my fitiili nway, Nor trmpt lo doubt ilio trusting rniml ; Lot nil that curlti cnn yleM ilccnv, Hm leave tills liPiivcnfy rjifi behind, Our Life is but n tnetcnr glpatn, Lift up iimid citrionntling gloom A. cl iit! lump n 1 It Ttil bcun, Quenched in I lie cold mid silent tomb. Yct( if ns holy men linvc said, 'I'lieie lie beond lh.it dreary boiirno Soino roainii where i lie ftiihlul dead mcriiauy lurgoi 10 miiihui, . UVIi-fimn llinariilT iho iill'Old llld Cliain J' The burning wild tlm black iibjss ; I f brink not fioin llie paili of pain Which cnilelli in a world like this. But oil ! if all that nones lis hore When giirf .vpail. and sorrow stings, Exist but in the sliulowy sphere Of I'uiipa'i" weak iin.ininiims : If hopes, iliousjli rhi'i isliud Ion;; and deep, Be cold mid bacitlrss mockeries, Then welcome that eternal ideep Which kuowcth not di cams liko these. Ycr, litish thou troubled heart ! be still Renounro ihy aln philoso...

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