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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 April 1846

"V tf - THE NORTHERN STANDARD. t. CHS. DE MO'RSE. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAYE THE. BREEZE THE STANDARD OF TUB FREE. EDITOR AND - 8--!-- PROBRIETjOR ?. VOL 4. CLAKE:;SVIKL TEXAS APRIL 1R 184'6 JNO-3. I SINGLE- COPIES ONE DIME. TERMS: rfA."' 4"?Bf ' fi'ed9jlat? allJ?e eBl f jaid ;o cash in Trade cr iroduce will be five aoli-rs us advance six at tbe end of six months.ot terea st I he ckree of the Tclume- Adveriuements will be ioserled at oce dollar per soutre far the first insertion and fifrr cents for -" tu . I.UU - MB IUtUt 2afh.sarMCuent insertion if nsid in advance.' Jf one weckis Howd to elapse without pajmeotift- J j p w am wjudb. acdcauun cnarje ana aiier. sis mon'hs lire dollars persqusre will be required. Tea lines or under will be eonsidered a square. One lino over a seoarc will be considered two. Srer rtrcntf Lues inree &c- Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten liner 1 Will beinsrtd tar $l5Mr-s:nra. ' I "Sot exceeding twenty lines 25 pr annum Not exeecdinc sixlr line. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 April 1846

rr yBW" '""iT igj Ti. T r h Then that continental soldier who had cworn to avenge his brother's death stood tbera withtMalmg-eyes and parted lips. Thtn thfe culprit kneeling on tho floor with a face like discolored clay felt bis heart leap tohts tliroat. Then in a clear bold voice the widow lead this line from the Old TestamcDt--Il wtsshort yet terrible : ."TlIATrHAN SUALt EIEl''- m Look I The brother springs forws.pl to. plunge a knife into tho murderer's heart ; bat the tory pinioned as he js clings to the widow's knees. He begs that one more tn- ai raay.le made by the Jmle girl that child of five years with golden heir and laugh- ing eyes. - Tbe widow consen's. There is an awful pause. With a smile in her cyo withput knowing what she does that littie girl opens r the Bible as it lays on her mother's knee she turns her laughing face away she pla ces he linger upon a line. That awful silence grows deeper! The deep drawn breath of the brotherand the bro ken gasps ofthe murderer alon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 April 1846

H 1.1 ...... The Northern Standard cl.arksvh.Le we dnesda y april 15 1s46. Yelney E. Howard Esq whose noinTna. ttoa lo the attorney Gen'lship was rejected Djrthe Senate from constitutional scruples has fceen re-elected member from Bexar aad has taken La seat in the House. Mosjkt EosKELt. These of oar Tea. iys who bate risked this emiuenee a fevr raile abort Austin sod gazed from its sumtj nut upon tbo romantic scenery around and the beautiful river winding- its course fir d$va bdow will be startled on'hearing tbat the Steamer M Kate Ward" a Boat capa. bie cFcarrying a thousand baits of cotton. passed up. at a very lew stage of water Bnd wstcnrd He cables atthebaseofihe mountain. Sscectary or: State. We learn that1 Erretid'ent Burnet has been appointed Sec- tary of State the nomination being unani- mously confirmed by the Senate. 2C2 There will be preaching at the Court House in this townn Saturday andTSunday the lSihand 19th tnsLby the Revs. William Srirroan and M. W. Matthews. Mail...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 April 1846

-qr-S XottTB. i T M J '! 2 a JPFrcraihe-Kciclerbocifcr A LE G A L BALLAD' "' bt jolt g sixr. An attorney wa "taking a torn" in shabby habiliments-drest; . . ilisceat was shockin;ly worn AgH the rus-hzd invested liis vest. lljhreeches hid suffered a breach .inJicea and. woisted were worse; HehaiLscarce a whole crowc uhjs hat And net-half a crown In his-purse. And thai .as he-wandered ate--- A cKeerfess and comTortlesi el!. He joqgjit forixlier Ina sore; Or con.plaih.Bgly tailed to himself: "Most unfertunsle aan (hat I in iiy only "client is G riefj . The case i l're no 'case' at all" ' And in brtpf i have rrehad arjef. "The profession's already -joJulL . Of .awyetsco full or profession" 9h! anfcdeslyeunc man like myself . -Oan'iraaka ihe smallest impression. . 'sTheygraoym acquainted with rants.' - Fan a devjsa a 'devise.' or a plea. Can xake a good deed in 'fee simple But can't make thzghnpiv -Tee? 'M've waited and wanea in.rcin "Expectis-- anepenine ta find Whcrean. honest young ja...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 April 1846

0 fHBFOETHERN STANDARD Q CHAS. DE MOJ?SEj LONG SHALT. OUR BAKNEE BRA VS THE BREE2E-THE STAKDARlOK-TE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR - VOL- 4 SIKGLE faqpics O.yj; DIME. . TERMS: 3he IJMTnscs 3tikiusi is published trur Wabetto.waaluge iiuiaJd sheet. ItwsUbefnmisoedloBb:nbcr atS4peran- num. id advance firedoilari -ml. ...I -r -i acotlii.orrU dollars at the end Oi the volmne if. J. ... .. uc or rroouce n will be five dollar in advance wx al end ofjix momh or seveiiaxilectoseofthevotuiae. Advertisements will be inserted one dollar pt ioin wi iac crsinsenion.and any cents for eacn souswjucai injeruon if paid in advance in cue wceturoweatoetapse without payaenlfi- tyjiereest nubs added to the eharce aad after sax HomEsrmio11$riper sgaarewifi be required. Ten lino or naffer mil be considered a square. - JOnehne OTet a square will fce considered two. ever twenty lines three &c Yearly advertis ements not exceeding ten lines will be nerfedJbr$laper annum. Not Breeding twenty Hnc 25 pe 'aanorf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 April 1846

THE LAST HOUR AT MARENGO. It was oow three o clock ino flaw cir cum'tances intervsnrd'ij.. battle might considered as lost bVih5."Frencri7unIess they could BBlhp morrow with the troops shifted from the. Teannc and Adda to the. Po JO- Uieve the trilsloruine of tho dnv. Desalx. hoivevcr with BootSei's whole division had not yet come cp would he arrive in ume? He bad marched the whole day and at three o'clock his heads of colnmsarlengib appear ed at the entrance' into the plain-in the vicin- ity of San Giuliano. He himselfjprecQdiog them at a gallop.rode us to ifei First Gon- aul. Happy inspiration of a freiflcnaat equally intelligent and attached; Tiappyjbr'.une of y outn i it amen years laiert k ml Uouo- sel njw so well seconded try his generals had found a. Deans then on ihc field of Wat- -vrSoo. he would have preserved the empire and Franco her preponderant position among the powers of Euro ml. The presence of Desatx ehangfid'the aspect tif .things. He was surrounded; he was made a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 April 1846

SruiA Mount Lebanon -Letters from j Beyjout say iha order and tranquility seem- wj 10 oe perfectly restored in Mount Ubanon There hadbeen.hotvever frennpnl rnndn-nn between Shekib Efiendiandihe Jivo Gaima- cans. The .point in question was that of the demarcation of the territory between the two jurisdictions. EoTFT. AESXAJCDRIi. Accounts from Alexandria announce that Mehemel Ali left Cairo oh iho 17th of January for Upper cjgypi accompanied by top Belgian end Greek Consuls. Ihc organization of the transit is comple- ted. Abbats Pachs is appointed director. ArtiraBcy is appointed on. a tariff for pas seneers and goods. The Viceroy has writ ten to all Use Consols aagpress his desire to facilitate the transcorC'BfS will not allow any other company but that now in Ojsera-I uon Poland. There are accounts of another attempted revolution inthisunhappy country. A leaer received hi Paris savs "On the 9lh msant a general insurrection was to take place throughout Poland and it was caid Gallici...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 April 1846

"9Stf- pocir'B-. Vwa tkeliciing VpUeg RtptUr. . .JTHEailSEa'S DEATH. st a xr. crrrka. An old nan sal by aOrrltss beartb - " Though tb'e sight was dark anil chili " And mournfully orer the. frozen earth The wind sobbed ion? and shrill. . -flls-Tcetf were grey and bis eye Vere grey' And dim but not Kith tears And Tj5 kel?tcn form nss wastea&waj "With peuurymore. tbSil years. A rush ligbl was castings-fitful glare O'er the damp and d"iDgy walls "VYoerelbe lizard baa made his slimy lair. And Ihe-renemousr spider cratttt. Botlbe meanest things in this loathsome -room SVaslbat miter all worn end bare ; Where be satlikea ghost inwj erepty tomb x On his broken and only chair. lit baa bolted the winaowand barred the doer And trcry cookie had scauned. And (jaJtlheir fastinings o'er and o'er JWJth his tcld and ikinsyhapd ; . And jet he sal gazing Intently arousd . Aodtrembled wfth silent ear Andstarled and shuddered "at every-seand. That fell on bis coward car. '" -HI haj. laughed the'miff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1846

THE BT.O-R THERM STANDARD Q V -- -3f -i CHAS. DElMORSE LONG SHAU. O0H. BANNEU BKAVE THE BREEZE THR STANDARD'OP TUE FREE. EDITOR AND RROREf.pR VOL. 4. CLARJESVILLE TEXAS APRIL 29 1845. - i JST0. 5. In I SINGLE COPIED OWE DIMS. TERMS: vrZ NoiratB Stxkdjibd is published every i eaarsdsY.iinoti s tfe i tmnprtal cti.i It will be rornisbedoabscriben at 4 per an- num in advance. Jre dclitrs at the end of lr nontru.oisis dollars at the and ol the volume if uu in caiii ; inTrwse or Produce it will be fire iollars in advance six -at the end of! tnso;bor itrin at the close of tie volume. Advertbercems will be inserted at one dollar nr square for the first insertion auififty cents for acii sueseqaenl insertion if paid in adracce. If we week u alleged to elapse withost payment Jifi- tf per eect will be added to the charge and sfter. ax meaths two dollars per iquare will be required. Tea tints or nnder mil bs considered a square. tooUne over a sausTe will be considered two. verrsresiy lines inree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1846

U hi W - yr I.HMI- A DESPERADO SHOT. Th- 7?2nbfViw RV 1 f!nmmonivallh o the lOih Inst- states that obn U. Waring man half of whose life was sprat In otoileJ and-bloody Rencounters was killed at Ver- i aailies.Ky.j on tho7lh in. It appears "iiat while passing along Main street fca was shot from the garret window of Shelter's tavern. The ball entered the forehead just above thecye and paste&downward cnitiag the tongue. -A rifle was found In the garret of Shelter's tavern the gable window bearing the signs of fresh explosion. Public opinion is unanimous that the shot came from thpre. "Although' says the Commonwealth "there may be a few who will mourn his death though there may be many who will rejoice that the world is rid of a dangerous rind desperate roan of blood all must unite is the condemnation of the manner of the dreadful deed." The examination disclosed the fact thai to protect himself ho wore a strong- coat of mail mxde of steel. Death or John U. Wauikq. The last number o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1846

' .. enu cutters 72 vesse!s;i44 guns; rout 34 vessels 3i0euns. fSxcJusive of the Caspian fled. ttottve of United Sir.es Tevenne ves- sels consisting of 13 jailing and 8 steam rs- s ie!t; total tonnag.SSS.moantiDgSl gacs. ind nwnntd by 769 officers end men. i Tbe whole natal force of these nations is slated in the report u "being in commission bat it is probable that portion of it is in or- dinary but it isnot known what portion. These nations have a few steamer but the numberb not known. In rektion to the lorce of Great Britain iove stated it will be remembered that but tout cae-balf on!j sre in commissJon(exeept e number engaged in the Indian Navy)the Uanc8bemg building in ordinary etc The.Northern Standard CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY APRIL 29. 1316 RiiPBrsrxTXTiVE EtscTiox. We have no further election returns than those in ourcolumns from the Soda Lake Herald. We ware in hope to hare heard something from the Western District but the mail ri- ier from Bonhstn to Dallas lost his horse on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1846

Poetry -. j A She never- told bet lover' But letcoacealaienti like a worm -i the bud -V - I LF' ANSI Fanny was seventeen. All-fall of beauty as a blooming rose"' Wjnning.beiviichinf; reignia; o'er the beaux p A Fury Queen. . e But all unconsciously . .. EliejctiereiljBjaeJitikcklDaii05qaaritL around! her " " And nil alike tbe.saipe'vweet ieinrrfosnd "Sber Slrsple-and free. Lore lirea in" all itiuji bngnt i And Fanny tovedalready but she ne'ef - -. Had whispered of her passfon save in prayers To Ihe still night. v. - ' A strange and rflenf boy -GaiedJIIantljon Fanny' and there camo Into her heart a food antl.hojjrfl'ame Breathing dJjoj " t "-.Eutfie was sad Jn Toulb Nor ever gate he token to the maid - Of pssion in like b&lluess repaid - With heart and truth. .Time "rolled and Fanny jrew TVahare'tbe fabfef the drearain boy. And joy in the aad dreaming the a loy t 3Vas pleasure too. a ' Whllealill arcundjier hunr A thron; ofgllHeous rivals none were chosen; And that one burning be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1846

-"s 3tey . " Sj - -p ?- ""wv?fc j f& - -Ar " Afag--? r-gjfcA:. 3 rfu p fc; IfgYIf 11I;jt 'li nPI 'X" i u- KMF M T ". '-JL 0 T- -. Ml- . C HAST DE MORSES -. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE TUK BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. .: . -editor. and proprietor "sr- VOL. 4: CCLA.RKSVILLE TEXAS MAY 6 1846. jsfb. 6 ;v -Sf ttPl?'-IWth )OI!isfi&t' ? i O . ' nsAsMLj.r-Jm2dtuJMsM ' .- --' ' SrNTJUE COPIES ONE DIME. TERMS: The Northern Stakdabq is pebli-Aed every YV.dEMdayupon a Urge ike imperial sheet. "It "vriH be furnttted in subscribers at SI per sp- utum in advance fite dollars at the end of six manthsor six dollars attbe end ol the volume if paw in casir; in iraae orrroauce.it win ue uve doliais iti advance sis at lie tod of six month? or seten at the close of the volume. Advertisements will be InserteU at cue dollar nrmiar for lh first inc-tinn-aiKi fiflv cents For -each subsequent insertion if paid in advance- If! one keek u allowed to elapse without payraersUift- lyperxsn: irillbe add...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1846

- -1WI ! & J Oh' whocanjYnaginslhelgfrAnffcdejpair the anguish of her isoulpgpntzinff gricj of her broken freart.jwhen on the" very tJy she was waiting bisnoag promised riiurn white perusing a recent publication of late tnarnagesrie saw that of the Jong loved and doated upon Edw in Carsten to .Miss Thomp- son! Sifa turned pale as a snowdrop her hand j trembled like silkenrass shefttired witliont speaking; Whew she reached her room she feH-jenselfliS sod was for hours un- conscious of eveiy thing'. Eove like a ten- der and Fragile- plant brought forth from the soil by the gcrijal warmth-of the sun is mo ved and shaken by the slightest breeze. Dis- appointed lot? is like that plant seated by the fightnlog's touch the form is as perfect as when the pkm was growing- bfat its ver-1 dant-ffeshcess has left it and its fragrant odor! has gone forever; it J irreapablo or receiv- ing further nourishment from the earth the rays of the son affect it not the rude blast! .- . ;! ; .:. i. .. ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1846

i f J T h e jNUlWafl da id . . 4 CLARKSVIliLE WEDNESDAY MAYG 18.40. j( BUSINESS AT AUSTIN. The editor cf ibis paper iateBde leiTinj in & week or lea days for the City of AuKin. Persons who may desire his services in trans- acting tniiinen at the iand office or aoj other Government oGcccanb::Te. "then fer reasonable compcsmioa. Mat Dax. The first of merry MvbC was duly honored in our Town. The young ladies of Miss Russell's School celebrated the occasion by crowning a Queen of May in grove a-ija;ent to Town A largo num- ber of ladies and gentlemen were in atten- dance and the seme was a pleasant variation of the monotony of village life. We only TCgret that arrangement had-not bten made for the participation in tho festivity of Mrs. Wealherred's .school. The Union of the two would have made an imposing affair of it In the evening ihe monthly Ball went off in pleasant style. There was an unusually large attendance of ladies andjhe morning's dawn on the 2nd' found a gay party still...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1846

I j ? tVmtarorthtDofutSiwipaper PMladelpn THE .CHjffirTfS. DREAAL. r ar ms rifnroon. MamjenuifRcd raefthat algbUo rest ikt UnVBTa.jro6aiaEcrti - Aad saSffetSWElJIft thaLprWyisy :z . .-' wj" ? .. . -rs.. TBertd Mmtf .tte cmett W. - WhrnfoteBtsw.fuOorf' "jToHSsjebowcr i And afcers4oeew fifea rteJBfaiBt flower Then I I reamed nKHBinAt4be.lrteen 4reiV!S Melboogbtlwasdowoliylbe moanmm -sjream. Where itwind Us iray libo alec item flinging hs sfrtay o'er tnyaia Joifj bad And anon comes joyegsly leaping op Lfee a huramJDj -Wrd from a-libsAsip And the wafts garefouh as they ofuy fell. A sweet fairy sBBi lite a siUfcrfccll V the low. strange notes era liny seH. Twas a fairy spot boH knew bo Tear FoVon;ht bid the loveliest tUngs wer here; Sot wandered ob through Ibcfioivery turf Brhe pearly wio Bd Ice silvery sorf Tlfi I stooged o'er the MrefiaMo ofUy lave Sly rosy Up m lbrbrMsslverwive OfSiH.fawfsaVcfCjseiing.e) at Pna tbpwirta tWf is tie Beit blot sea ; And the siars sbsae dbwfc with Is vimj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1846

7 NOR THERN fTAKDABJ) isfe V CHAS. DE M.ORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. E D ITO R A NO P RO P RfETO'R VOL. 4. GLAR-KSVILLE TEXAS MAY 13 1846. N0.-7. THE - s n r i L S1KGLE COPIES ONE DTME. TERMS:. The Nc.TniRN.STASDBDjs published every Wednesdsy.tipon a large size imperial sbeel. It will be furnSlTed to subscribers at 1 per tn- tiim. in advance fire dollars "at the end or six moaUis.orsix dollars aUlie end oi tbe volume if paid in cash; inTraie orProdute.it will befirej dollars in advance six at the end oi air poninor seven at llie close of the volume. Advertisements will lie inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cent fori eacb subsequent insertion if nam uraavance- " ne week is allowed to elapsovithout paymentift- ij per cent will be added to the charge and. after sizmonins. two dollars Per quare will te-reauired. Ten lines or.onder -will be considered a square. One line over a square will ne conaioerco. two ever l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1846

thai this note contain!; it forbade meauy further acquaintance. From that moment I became Regardless of iyrery thing: and a re- pott that Marte Louisa was about lobe mar- ried p ifae Coup" heightened my misary and hastened the events that t am about to relate. Inras now too late to apologize to promote jeforraalion. I flung myself on board a t passing boat and in a fen hours was in the city of New Orleans. New Orleans was at thisflrac wealthy and wicked and presented almost as gay a field of dissipation as Paris itself" '.l wis net Jong in Hading strain far my efjesaurces. SNignt arter nigutsaw me sleep ing upon a drunken coueli. I plunged into gambling with a perfect recMesso ess and the excitement otthis for a time pleased me. I 'wksnotthe only one by hundreds of the young planters who was then spending bis thousands nightly upon faro and roulette. The city seemed to be one huge gambling house. 1 had seen no such high gaming even in tEe 'hells' of Paris. One night alone I lost upw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1846

't ru a 4" England jiasjilready naiddearlv forhc 4 ! amoitioui and grasping policy..4aHhe Eajij as Russia hs in. nirnoln -A ... 'EV.J?;'. has in Algeria jet neither England R6j-J sia nor trance appears to "learn wisdom by such costly experience. lyTcnowc Thc Nortiicm Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY M A Y13. 1S46. C3 We are authorized to announce Wjloc H. VxKtKC.as a Candidate for re-election to the Dis- trict Clerkship of Red Iliver County. S3"Wi:are authorized to annsnsce Geo. F. Latstoji as a Candidate Tor re-eletflon to the County Clerkship of Red River County. We are indebted to Travis G Wright Esq. and J. P. Reilly Esq. for late New Ox. leans papers. Clarkstillc Jockey Club Races Tuesday. First Day Purse $300 Tvo mile heats Two entries: Bnj. Johnson's br. filly Purity and Johnson- & Aik's s h. John Ridge. Won by Purity in two hca'.f easily. Time &i 4:59 " Wxdxesday Second day purse 8160 Four Entries: Ben. Jobnicn br. f. Nancy Gentry by imp. Leviathan" dam by imp. Lusbor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1846

.1 cw 52L. - i fw - --s ix !' iJV - j Sffltni. HOW SHA'fiL-JMEET'THEE? From the JNew Monthly Masarine. How.ahaR Lmeetlhei.1 With the trust Tie fiee'road trait of other years t "With-lhedeen fervent joy that must Express Ttselfiu silent leafs t . Wiiheaser grasp and gladdened tone. Such smltei-aVfer our ehiM&oed'&oaet No.- FricndtJispUoomsDonioreer us To long since I have met thee tboe ! How shall Itaeet thee V-With the blush That fcwdleTat tbiae caraart gaxe I While quick thoughts o'er S 'I"1 rush The quivering Hpiny heart betrays: With to!cc whofe falterioc accents breathe The trembling joy that lutks beneath 1 No : such vain dreams are not for as I do not wish-to meet thee thus ! How shall I meet thee with an eye That bath no btigbtni; yet no tears I - With heedless tone aad. cold reply. The chiHtag garb indifference wears : -With saddened heart yet careless mien. Revealing atxigbt of what bis been? 1 Ye ! ebc sad have aller'd us Alas that Iwtttl meet thee thai ! MARIAN. T...

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