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BEYOND THE GRAVE OR, SPIRITUALISM REVEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 31 July 1875

!' r; I , (I , l 't! :.-', ml-? I-t .-.Being .ar" sequelb'r itol,?- .j[rlaafdlBu <f *r.,Bethany."', IAn ,originAi jX.Jay,, il Reverting to " Lazausa(ifliB4thuy " ... Jertrsaleml" ..hichti:t rn;·nLtpkoltlill .1 ad8frelted todin theBobk.efnRevelationn . ,-len,, Dr..,,ip9lcpboiteIgrnpqed,, tl onob'hit' fotr" the 'tlrritvel" dl si j ei .:miniitereft tdia opulirrareddlityrpwhie ,,;heoadrditly exolted publio)curiosityfbr i ,nqYptgqtinRpjut i ptQyybop tipti t ..Lyebagno,^, aPp ,.lh djBC9yery ;.;n,|^ cavern on its western lope f 1 aumn r sitetd.'hlbui ?Kt ,ril4 ,heH i' lWe , *waBwifdu'd,'td d . ilin '"ibll'rffdrltdl.-' , i imontji tighitly i lwrappca I.,rouidd l I brae iI.'rodeat? eamtar pitiqn. pf,.,whqo4hi dJilOaed ,.f ,er$ginf, grce , chjaitrops, ,,i dicjtipg Ithat tloy recorded tlio menioi of' a ii whpa oxit, eigteen. liUte *' year atgo;-"tib it b 1eid tacLd , f trol h vA t h'e l imm i a y i o h d i u p o d , V l ei iag i fs 1 ý SiTiberius Cmesab dnd Nordf IrlaUitllhdr '.,)ne...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 31 July 1875

" GLANI; 'MERICA. Y CHARL4 REED, E8, M.P. I sitting down to writý'1o chapter w a book fight well i written. rning from WesidContinent,. r a journey oý nearly fifteen' tousapdipes, I,have ,notes enough. fr-a gdz l~zei tavo, lnt o prospect of time, even to contribute' more than a '"f ?fv'jip ages ýfo'myii old `rlin'dend "Ipls uq, Hour'(~r But- ,a haveidonej _what all intelligent and leisurely men ptriitn?WfGioitt Brtltsr ought to' do, Christian men and women especially ZI am anxiousto,"tell tth fin hol:vthey iay deyote four dont is" one of the i'ervbsT"ip ?ntdri~es)o fjnod rn times:. wouldpatdce 'Switzerland, Italy, Nor'. vay, and Egypt among places very desirablerto visit, -but, America should. be noted ta a couttryithat ougkt.to be known. As blood is thicker than water, so oUr cousins across .the A.tlantic are dearer to'iis than anycother people, and th?r?xeou itryj the shbisen one of our Pi'rim Fath ers, must be, more interest. in tot h6hr cqgatrtymen than any 9gJIgr lafld 'The oce...

Publication Title: Mercury
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POETRY. A SONNET TO BRYANT AND LONG-FELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

POETRY. A ,SONNET TO flRYTANT AND LONG. S BLLOW. Great souls with harps attungd to heavenly lays, Whoso golden strings send forth a weird rovealing Of heaven's bright; joy, across the billowy, reeling Waste of waters. The joys of perished days Troop forth illumining life's divided ways Yet through its haze we hear the loud out. pealing Of the dear chimes of. childhood, over stealing Their sweet muaio into the noul. The praise Of grat.ofldl spirits freed fromu drenming care And snrrow, rihing from this southern clinie Ascends to greet you o'er the moanlug gloom. While the rauked breezes with tumul tuous rhyme, Waft our weak thanks of grateful praise and prayer O'er the peaks ,nd' bases of their barren tomb, J, II. R. Ai 'tchi,lolnt, which uInhltt harv6 piuvcd f'til, happenedt h Sin tanley streut, on biloI. iday ,rue?ing last. A, drunken man, having charge of a horsoeand cart, wo:ld persist in standing up in the cart. The result was his being thrown out with violence. Ilo was, however...

Publication Title: Mercury
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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents. MATER'S PADDOCK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not necossarily ondorse the opinions of our correspondents. MATER'S PADDOCK. TO TIHB DITOR OF THE M?RCUlIY. Sir-I am very glad to see that the rate. p tyors of Mater's Paddock are bestirring themselves in reference to the amount pro posed to be expended, thereon, out of the iproposed loan of .e35,000, and I also feel .reat pleasure in being able to chronicle their willingness to meet the Council half w.ty in the, cost of making. the streets, %Thieh are at the present time a standing ,lisgraco to the town of Collingwood, an eyesore to the neighborhood, and the sure means of destroying the health of its inhabitants; therefore, from a point, of nonor and decency, and ale, from a sani utry point of view, the Town.Council ought to grant the inhabitants of that part of U.rling Ward; what they have so respect. fully requested at the meeting of Monday etening, 20th July.L A more orderly, uu *.nimous, and yet more determined meeting, hilt never been held norttl of Johns...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SATURDAY, AUG. 7, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

SAT IJIDAY, AUG. 7, 187. ' WE have ' appropriated :a 'cnsliderable amoint' of seace ini this issue' to epitomizing the progress of this colony from the disco.very :of ,Bas' .Straits in 1798, and :the. arrival, of .its first: Governor in 1803;.!., Of course, the account-professes to'b??eonly a uinitnary of the most'importiit' bvets 't~ial' have' occurred in oii'. hietoi'. ut 'tie com ilution has been conducted wit great care, andjt is to be jhp;pe d 4yilt proeo as interesting as instructive, i, ,. i The opening .of a an International IExhibition at' Philadelphia appehrsr to be favorable tb observitig' thait 'Austrial Is lndebted to the development of gold in California for, the discovyrAy of tat metal, in this country; 'and,: as wil, be ascdrtained fromour, narrailve,,it ,wass the botanical richness of an Americalr river which "suggested" tb'atri 'Englidli architect the constructibn" 'b thet Crystal Palahe , almost, at the same period. The amicable relations. whlch subsist between Am...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. FITZROY—MONDAY, AUGUST 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

POLICE. FITZROY-MONDAY, AuuovT 1sT. Before Messrs. Dolbridge (Chairman), Kneen (Mayor), Woodhead, T. Kidney, and Bennette. Mary Ann O'Connor was fined for drunkenness. Mary Richardson, charged with stealing a purse containing 18s., was discharged. Forster v. 11am. - Summons laid by William Joseph Forster, of South Preston, farmer, to recover .220 damages for an assault committed on? July 21st. The defendant had been summoned to this court last Monday, under its criminal jurisdiction, when he was fined 40s., besides 20s. costs, half of which went to the Queen and half to the police reward fund, but the plaintiff now went in for personal damages. The case was dismissed. The undermentioned ratopayers were fined in various penalties for unregistered dogs, wandering goats, and riding over footpaths, namely, Reuben William For ward, John Murray, Reuben Corbon, and Frank Edmunds. Clarke v. James Smith.-Verdict for £1 1ls, 3d., and Os. costs, for goods sold and delivered. A verdict was give...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

LOCAL NEWS The isuoe of; the. elechios will, bedeter÷. mined before aniothor issue pf the Mercury. Tihrie is' little 'didi'mnilarity of views in the 'various, candidatess, "and 'public ;Spiiiion seems. divided as to. the general results of the polling.. There will be 'a strong effort iade on'the part of the friends, of Messrs. Wakefield and Evans to prevent the Loan Committee returning their three nominees -Messrs. Hackett, Chamberlain, and Showers. We shall watch with deep. interest the decisions, of 'the ratepayers in their 'choice 'of men., In Collingwood Mr. Walker' of course has secured his seat.' There' will be' a hard fight in Barkly Ward, but' as' far as .we can judge the. opinions of the Ward, Mr. Peters will outrun his opponent. In Dar. ling Ward 'the' old councillor has got a new hand to' oppose himd, "and although he may fool the" general 'feeling of the Ward is with. him, iti .will not do for him .to despise his antagoniqt. Wh. tever may be. the result, of the elections...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLLINGWOOD ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

'CoLLINGWOOID ELECTION.' During the past week, 'electioneering in good earnest' has commenced both in Darling and Barkly Wardi, in the former, the .new; aspirant led off, with such; a determined show of strength as to almost make the old veteran quail, in spite of; the sardonio smile which played upon liis, countenance. The efforts of his antagonist; will only serve to arousid. him' from his apathy. ' However he is bound to win. In the Barkly Ward, Mr. Talbot aind his Sfriends have" been very active,' and have assumed.that they comniand the district, but; evident signs of their weak position soon crept out. Mr. Peters led off in the early' part of the week, very steady and firm, stood' fire well, and secured: a unani. mous vote of confidence. On Wednesday evening at the Yorkshire Hotel, Mr. Talbot took the field for ,the first time, but' when under cross-fire, i his signs of weakness were perceptible even to his friends, two of the most prominent having experienced the bitter pangs ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FITZROY—THURSDAY, AUGUST 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

FITZROY-Tfunsnr,, Autustr 6th. Before Mnesrs. Templhton, P'.M, Kneen, mayor; T. Kidney, and Woodhead. Daniel Wilson, for drunkennoae, was discharged. Thomas Mathews, on remand for die. obeying an order of the Court to contribute towards the maintenance of his children in the Industrial schools, was discharged. Wood v, Hernoes.-Verdict for at 76, Old, with 6e. costs, for goods sold and delivered. dilk v. Levi.-Mr. Kidson for the plain. tiff, who had pawned a' dress with deofen-. ant, but lost the pledge ticket, and upon demanding the article, def?ndant said that some person had presented the ticket inni redeemed the dress. Mr. Edwards jun. for the defendant, argued that pawnbrokers were bound by law, always to delihver up possessions whenever any one brought the tickots; and the bench dismissed the case. Ryan v. Wood.-Mr. Kidson for the lifondant, observed that his client was manager of the patent lpavement .omnpany, but had boon sued as an individual; and the bench ruled that plaint...

Publication Title: Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FITZROY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

FITZROY ELEOTION. Mr. ,Evns ad4ressed a.meeting; of the " eleotors, on Monday .evening last, at the ,Assembly hall, Gertrude street. 'Mr. Robb occupied the, chair. The chairman in introduoing Mr. Evans, said he, had much pleasure in testifying to the ability, and character of the candidate, and. hoped that he would receive a patient hearing. Mr. Evans on .being. introduced said:--Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen-In coming before yout as a candidate fcr 'municipal honors, I may say a few ,words in explana tion. Many of my friends hearing. that it was not the intention of the gentlemen who now retire to offer themselves for re-election, induced me to come forward to offer you my services. I may state before consenting to be nominated. I enquired of Messrs. Hackett, Chamberlain, and Showers, * whether it was their intention to be nomin ated, and was informed by them that they had no intention of coiming forward upon this occasion-yet in spite of their pledges, they are brought out at the las...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COLLINGWOOD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

COLLING' WOOD, 'TUEDAY, AUOGUST 3. Before Messrs. Tompleton, P.M., Walker (Mayor), Eado, Woods, and Nettle, ton. Edwin Norse, for drunkonuess, was dis. charged, Jauos Gosling and Sydney (losling, the latter over ton years of ago, wore btought up for vagrancy. A sistor.in.law of the oldest prisonor informed the bonoh that he had a relation in very good circumstances in Sydney, who was perfectly competont to provide for him, and he was accordingly liburated, but the boy was ordered to the Industrial schools until he is sixteen years of ago, Ernest Conway, butcher, was charged with using insulting language at 11.30 p.m., on Monday, in Wellington street, when ho was in the company of it mlob of larrlkins who wore creating a disturbance. Inspector's cases,--'Thomas. lloigor, for having an unregistered dog upon his pro sisoos was fined 5s. and 2s. (ld, costs. James Brown was fined 10s, for having an over flowing coess.pan on his promises. Mary Stauway, of Bourko street, City, who poe. ses...

Publication Title: Mercury
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ISLAM: THE MAHOMETAN GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

ISLAM: 1'11 -MAu1IOMl-ITAN GOSP'BL, Thu Sucond of tio aorloa of leooartur now in caonrao of dolivuWy, by th~o uov, 'T'. P. Ulrd wawg ivon on 'I'lntidny:l ovenhlp last, Wi a'nprr b ily that th6 rcloaalnrao wits not eo IlaiWL1 an dinlght huav boen oxpootod. Mr. U,., Walkor, Mi'P., 9oouplod the chair, 'rho looturur; lo, introd:ivmng his subject, said every nation has its sacred boon. The two chief religions of the East were Sabianisnii" and "Madianism. The foi'mr Worshipped the stars and planets. The Madirinists hated the :Sabianiste, who worshipped fire. They kept sacred fires burning and performed religious services in front of their houses. "They prayed three times a day-first of all when the sun was just' beginning .to dawn; second, when in th' middle' of his race and last, when lie was just leaving the sky." Notwithstandinig all these idolatrous superstitions, they still believed in one God. Speakin'g of the Koran, the lecturer said it is of the old poetical style. A German 'write...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

Trade AA ve rt emenat. ii J. C LARK E, Wholesale and Retail GROCER & PROVISION MERCHANT 110 BRUNSWIOK ST., FITZROY. Fresh;Butter and Eggs daily. Families waited on for orders. Steam Cutlery Works, 225 & 227 iBrunswick st. Fitzroy. J. GRAYSON0 & SONS, ITUTLERS, Grinders, Engineers and Tool Makere., Razors, Scissors, Knives, Shears -ad'dToolgbf every desdription-g?round'ifhS et;'. All kinds of damaged tools cleaned. All orders punctually attended to. COLLINGWOOD ZINC AND GALVANIZED IRON WORKS, & KEROSENE OIL & LAMP DEPOT. Established 1853. A. P. ALLAN, P/umber, Gasfitter, Tinsmith, & Bath-maker, 2202 04 BRUNSWICK ST., FITZROY, (Fifth door below Moor Street) IAS always on hand and made, and fixed to order, a well-assorted stock of Cor rugated Iron, Half-round Spouting, OG Gut tering, Ridging. Piping, Water-heads, Shoes Chimney Pots, Baths, &c. Also Kerosene Oil (best brands) Lamps, Globes, Chimneys, Shades, Wicks, and everything i...

Publication Title: Mercury
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The Mercury. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Labor Omnia Vincit. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY,'; ' Labor Omnia, Vinsit. TO CORRESPONDENTS, Rejected commiunications, cannot; be returned u, nder any circumstances whatever.: No notice can be taken of, anonnyous .com. munications. Every letter must b9 accomn panied Uby the name" tnd address of the writer, not' necssarily 'for publication, but as a guarantee of'good faith. 2to avoid inconvenience an4 delay to persons interested we'have to requdst that all blesiiess communications, including: advertisements, orders for the paper, and remittances, be ad. dressed to Ga'rrrTi & SpAVEn, Dand.not to the EDITO. . ADVEcTIBsesENTs , in all cases, to be prepaid. Letters and other commtunication intended for 'insertion 'in the news 'coldniis shoild be' addressed to the Editor, . :

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

ELECTORAL 'NOTICE. G ?LECTORS' RIGHTS for the Legislative f Council. and the Legislative Assembly for the East and West Fitzroy Divisions may bloobained at the Registrar's office, 59 St. David street, between the hours of 5' and 9 p.m., any day (except Saturday and Sunday) up to, and inclusive of the 1st September. JOSEPH DUKE; Electoral Registrar. TOWN OF FITZROY. SPExoAL NOrTsD6 FoB PAYMENT OF RATEB? "; HE Collectora lhave'been instructed to T. issue SUMMONSES against all ipersons whose RATES are in arrear and UNPAID on and after Tuesday, the 10th August proxr The Collectors will attend at,the office on Tlhuradiiy from 9'4.m. until 4 p.m., and their private addresses are??s follows: Mr. R. T. Rowe, corner of Fitzroy and Palmer streets. .• Mr. J. Duke, 59.St. David at. By. order, HYAM HART, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's office, Town Hall, 20th July, 1875.' ' TOWN, OF'iFTITZROY; ? ANNUAL ELECTION:' .' I HEREBY give notice, thtt'the following gentlemen have been nominated as can. didates ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

Pablio C Compeaiot. COMMERCIAL BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. COLLINOWOOD BRANCH. The business of this branch is now con. ducted in the NEW PREMISES. 246 & 248 SMITH STREET. EDWIN TOWLE, Manager. COLLINGFWOOD POUDRETTE (Guano and AMMONIA COMPANY (Limited SRegiotered. Capital, Nominal1S000. In 7000 shares of One pound. Payments 2s. 6d. on application, 5s. on allotment, and liable to calls of 2s. 6d. per month as may be required. Prospectuises, testimonials, and rules may oc had at the office, over.No. 1 Collins street east.: This company is formed to carry out ini the above district the patented process of Messrs. Hesse and Rummel, for' disposing of and utilising animal exoreta, as night. soil, &o., for the towns of Collingwood and Fitzroy, under a contract with the local councils and a lease from the Crown. Ten ders have been accepted for the works. There are a few more shares still for sale. THE PATENT COMPOSITION PAVEMENT Coy., (Limited) SHEPHERD'S' PROCESS. NOTICE is...

Publication Title: Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

1 . i o o R I ? , ,Su..4 I gj 1 The I, ssDoSpart oin)l fully suppised:c LANKETS & ELANNEL&S I offer Geoln an nbst excellent, io wo6l,i'alid ;6l~yaiC lG'ah'a r:higli in tZ r.-,Ballattri 4 ;'" aoIo tati kfE:2 rark,. ricvo, m pm p l G,. ,otter bh1ý tnt? or t E i ý?( 1.J MOUR , GT, G¬ ODS , II `1'1 ,4 QjVE . ?I . . !I ustros, &c.,(;&. 71; ki.10') y8toP,~oh63n~ '"?3ncMt OSd0hkidFaris, MQlOI INtU: n1t~)'ýTS BotI'm o , ! .EUEA rj ek% rtdJ100 ' Jt r. . .. ,it'I l ' U 'j' !I '1~ h i",r, 96 ?IMPSON'S?RbAD; : r to hi Riohmond, san "nles, 1Costumes1, -Ladies' , o ,'atti , 'ls " i ad to tok of Enish and colonial Boots PN MWaHLE 9AJERL 81 GERTRUDE-rST., lillindry, otines, CoIstumes, losiery, ..Feathers, Flower, Cuffs, &c. .IIIhowroiin is under ,t panag ROTHWELL~' ":' ADDLE ='&-' E'AEi ebtg&'ANUF tioRY, * No..'92 GERTRUDE STR.E EET.,, I. ARRIAGE, Gig, Buggy, Trottinig; ihd Cab Harness Manufactured-on the remtsos. r:-All,.g?ds;,'Gurantooý.cpf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

Fancy Repository. '::MRS. SUCKLING, DRESS - MANTLE MAKER Has removed to. 71 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy. SW. S. BIRD, .,BBIGKLAYER & OVENBUILDER, E3paocd.die street, ',. Next St. Philip's Church; S BY APPOINTMENT. *• r ar. Lo b EIa X aX, , CHI-IIMNEY SWEEP; '. T His Excellency, .123 VICTORIA PARADE, COLLINGWOOD', 'All order pinctually' attended to. :' Prices moderate. 8 Jo73, z3. i ýXn.oCs, z. 87 ELIZABETH T.;, opposite Colonial Bank. 'C ASH ADVANCES on City and Surburban SFreehold Properties, Building Materials, Bills, Bills of Lading,'Bonded Certificates, , Ddposit of Deeds Meorchandise;, aid' other mercantile' ecurities. Equities of Redemp. - tion purchased or trdnsferred at low'rates. Indian Indents executed. Favorable terms. S Property on sale on'easy terms:. . SDUBLIC NOTICE. Having sold the Good . will of my IRONMONGERY :BUSI. NESS, at 243 Lygon street, Carlton, to Mr. B, G. WOOD, I beg, to request for hinm a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon me. SJ...

Publication Title: Mercury
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COUNCILS. FITZROY, AUGUST 4TH, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

COUNCILS. FITZROY, AUGUST 4Tr, 1875. There were present at the ordinary fortnightly mooting of the above Council -His Worship the. Mayor, in the chair, Cre. Rowe, 'Woodhead, Lyons, Mahoney, Delbridge, and Robb. CORRESPONDENCE. The Bank of New South Wales asked for share in the Council's accounts. Referred to Finance Committee. A communication from the city of Sand hurst, hoped that all influence possible would be brought to bear to prevent the passing of Mr. Bent's Market Bill. Referred to Select Committee. A number of letters complaining of the state of various footpaths were referred to their respective committees. The Public Works Committee's Report recommended 1. That the tender of Mr. J. Horne, to form, &o., right-of-way off Young street, between Webb and Hanover streets, for £17 19s. 6d. and 'schedule prices, be accepted. 2. That permission be granted to Mr. W. Johnston to erect, at his own expense, a lamp pilldU (Corporation pattern) at corner of Gertrude and Gore str...

Publication Title: Mercury
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THE PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mercury — 7 August 1875

THE PHILADELPHIA EXHIBI= " TION. "; : Fr is a curious fact that the Crysfl Palace of' Hyde Park London, should have realized the conceptions of 6no of the earliest poetical tdreams in' the English language; and otne would almost believe that when CuAUCLet Jour centuries and a half'ago, delineatedl the fbllowing scene in his,- "House of Faine," his pen which, as SP'ENCuEa said of it, was dipped in the:" pure well lf'PEnglishi- undefiled," -- derived '-its inspiration fiom *the prohetic as well as thd piootic ''aiculty:-''" he vision mtdltho fiaculty, divine": iti a tpl *a I dreamt I was' Within a temple made of glass, in, .which there were more -iniages Of gold standing insuundry stages In more rich tabernables, " And with jewels more pinnacles, And more-curious portraiteurs, And quaint manner of figures Of goldirorlc tlian I saw over. ' ''hn saw I stand on eitheorsido Straight lown to the doors wvide F'rom',th 'dlais'inhy a pillar 9f metal that shono out full clear. Then gau I look ...

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