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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 2 March 1853

"T Vol, XVII, BR ATTLEBORO, Vt, WEDNESDAY. i, . - , MARCH '2, 1853, ' aT" L., No, 21, THE D.KJIOCllAT IS rUllMSHED KVEnt WEDNESDAY MOIl.NINO, BY GEO, W. NICJI.OIS. dffico No. 0 Granito How, oppdsllo tho Stage House. Terms othc Now .Volume, 1652-3. To druses Sl,00.jf pnld wlthlnlha vcarj 12 1-2 cents wilt bo ndded if,tinj(inont is delayed Loyond ttio yenr. Tho snmo-nmouht will .bo deducted wlicn payments nro mndo strictly larvdVynKo. Club? of not'loss than fivo. jinid nt onco In ndrnncc.,SI.95. Hfnglo,.I.itPrf'mn!t!l,,l vauco orratlslactory relcrenco given. Village subscfibcrs who have their papers leftnttliclr doors 52,0a per annum, pnyablo nt tho end of the year. H'orAltytVindliam County Democrat.) To MrdmlWfs K. A", lilanrhard of mitingham, on the death of a child. llitllo Homer lias passed away, Too lovely far lor cartli ; Hushed is the muio of liis voice , Around thy social hearth. Tlimo dovc-liko eyes, bo blight and fair, . Jv'o more will look on thee; That cherished form now s...

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. — 2 March 1853

rst Wmnwi county democrat. EDITED lit MKS C. I. Ill NlCIlOt.9. ii 1.110 v., . . I rTl.n ntW 'wW nf dm Wnmiin'K U irliU nnrtv Kpems his deal!, between tl.o two, ho would perhaps prefer wm, T 'KT " Tl 1. Z, W.. ' inclfnlTrnml-o divorce oniorwith the marrl pair, lo a slow sulphurous , tnu " ."-" , pTOTije(i nny tmt they guaranty tho Stato against tho Jl t."1 1 nvinen nF t La iWtia eiinnnrf 1 ITnmfl Tmirnnl. thoso who will not bo baptised into our faith. No, Blrj that is not our destiny. Our destiny is at home. Our destiny is upon our own continent upon our own shores. It is to improve, to olevato, to advance In what? In territory? No, sir i wo have got c hough of that. Is tliero any mart, or woman, or child within the hearing of my voico, disturbed by a sin clo fear that wo cannot successfully maintain every thing which is our right against any and all tho pow ers of the cartlt 1 believe not, sir. Before I lcavo this subject, I want tl Call tho at ..: ,,f ihn Senate to another fact. It...

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. — 2 March 1853

Tor the Windham County Democrat. LIFK'S S ClTlVtiS IVo. 3 Dear, gcnllo reader, anollior year lias gone down lo tlio tomb or time gone with its radiant hopes and events of greatness its sunshine and flowers, its sor rows nnd its tears fled with the harvest of n thou sand morry hearts, with tlio sighs of the weary breast, the light of the beaming oyc, tlio laugh of the ruby hp, tlio music of the tuneful voice vanished with prizes won from the blessed shrines of homo, with household idols now shattered and desolate, the glo ries of human hfo and human llitngs love toy. grief bitterness and woe. And while wo thus duly I " . , ., . , , , . T , . . . 1 consider the great lessons taught us, I would nun rc-, late a simple scene. My eyes were filled with tears, Anil my heart was sadly stirred j For tlio samo sound was in my ears That In those days were heard. A urn. Percy Melville is tlio son of a gentleman long known of Lodalc, stato of Vermont, ns n merchant bf honor and Integrity. His son...

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. — 2 March 1853

t ' n :a.rjA rigj.VjiBO atswaaCTtfiw wiwwlw lUY JVOI 8.' IT IV K . liY cnAiti.ns 1)icki:ns. A grent many yenrs ngo two mid twenty years to-night I well remember whnt. n cold nlid , me wmuu...., i, ii creeping uiroue.. .. " ' hern unite a sad winter time to us at homo the only sad one 1 hnd ever known, for it wns two or three weeks after the accident had happened that first laid me on my couch,, and only a few days before, my father had told me that 1 should never be able to rise from it any more. It had been a heavy blow to us all. AVn sat together in the drawing-room nil the , ... r.., ...... ..... ..,i ,,,,1 1 Air. " , : ' ,"p" " n'f to KIS1IM' 11.111 MllllVi III.' U our friends in the country. One gels so soon used to misfortune and disappointments when just n lit tle lime has passed ; but, at the first, they arc of ten so hard to bear, and I think that never, at any S r L7n , d nTv'whole lift nsTdid' that .1 1. r Ght. I was onlv a girl not fifteen yet; and at ' ?, ? lt' .:: .1 r...

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. — 13 April 1853

on rto If Vol, XVII, BR ATTLEBORO, Vt, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1853, No. 5i7i Demo THK BEMOOltAT IS rUDI.ISlIF.I) EVERY WEDNESDAY MURMKO, Dr GEO. '. NICHOLS. Office No. 0 Granite itow, opposite tho Stago House. Terms of tho Now Volume, 1852-3. To clawes SI, 50 If paid wltliln tha year i 12 1-2 cents vrill be added If payment js delnyod beyond the year. Tlio same amount wilt bo deducted when payments are made trlctlv in advance. Clubi ot not less than five, pnld at onco lrtadvance8I,23.-4 Single paperj.bv,ft3Bil?5100,;lnnUase.'too7paidlin"nd-,'l vance or iatljfactorv reference" eiven, v mage snnscriuors wno have their pa i pen loft nt tlielr doors d of the year. SJ.od per annum, pnyauie at me em for the Windham County Democrat. DEVOTION. It is not in tlie crowded hall, Whci'c Uto loud organ's nnfhcms roll) That the pnro spell alone may full Which wakes devotion in the soul; Not whore tho prayer is loud anil long, Nor whejo tho labored sermon's said Unto a proud, imperious throng, 1 Wher...

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. — 13 April 1853

Decision cm tlie JLIquor Iiiiir. Tlirougli tlio courtesy of our Chief Justice, HeJ fiold, wo are enabled to lny befoto our readers tlio fol lowing Opinion delivered in tlio Supremo Court of this Slato the last week at 'Woodstock, In a caso ari sing in that village. Tlio constitutionality of the sec tion of tho law authorizing tlio arrest of persons in a Btato of intoxication and disturbing tho pcaco, and re quiring them to discloso where they obtained tho li mior. is fullv sustained, and tho reasoning of tho Court wo think clearly indicates tho manner in which . . ., , . II.. T thay aro disposed to view tlio law generally. i tr 'inont Chronicle. This caso having been very elaborately and satis factorily argued, both for and against tho dischargo prayed for, and as a speedy determination of the caso stems desirable for tho prisoner, wo nave given 1110 matter our best attention which tlio time would allow, and tho following is tho opinion of tho Court, by Bed field, C. J. Tlio lpadlnf...

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. — 13 April 1853

From Iho "Pacific" Newspaper, San Francisco. MnnsflcidTfllcSs llccf. Wc learn from the Polynesian that A. S. Mansfield, of the eood city of Boston, shipped on board tho Charles, a , vessel sailing from that port to Honolulu, two hundred barrels, "- brden On reaching Its destination it was entered at tho Custom Houso as beef, and nothing else, and tho usual du ties on this article woro paid. Soon after the entry, or ders caino from Mr. Mansfield to store thai beef, but in no wiso to sell It until he was heard from again. In tho mean time, while the beer was being discharged Horn tlio vessel, I bne unlucky barrel slipped from the filings, and its head was stove in by tho fall. That tell-tale liarrcl, wint a sc- nnd Thurston, Democrat) in tlio Western, without opposi cret it revealed! Lo, hid away among the beef was a ten I ioii. In tho T.iv-wlntn. ilmm n ia Wlibf in 1fi l)nn,n. gallon keg of tiqvorl livery onBof the two hundred , barrels was then examined, and found to contain thosamo...

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. — 13 April 1853

THRENODY FOn FLORA. Out of tho cluster of our love, A star lias vanished up tho sky; Out of our ucst, a splrlt-dovo Has flowu angelically higli. A gap is in our fireside ring, Tho wldcncss of a little tomlij A prattle, such as robins sing, Has faded out of every room. Our hearts long for her pretty charms Of balrish questions manifold, w And for tho littlo hugging arras Now locked across her bosom cold. Her bright hair, and her eyes that beamed So bonnily, oh how wo missl And oh, her loving lips, that seemed Fashioned so purpesely to kiss. As they who may in cxilo be, Grow homesick for tho one3 tlicy love, So we grow heavensick to see Our pet scraphical above. Tct of tho angels! in that home, Faith sees her face serenely fair; For, as hlio entered heaven's dome, Sho left a window open there. (A . r.ta. From the National lira. DEPENDENCE) on, What Made One Woman Meanly Penurious. "Don't forget to give mo some money before you leave," said Mrs. Dean to her larger half. "Money! "What n...

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. — 20 April 1853

BRATTI?EB0R0, Vt, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1858, Vol, XVII, tfo. 28, THE DEMOCRAT is rum.miKu f.veiit wed.nesdav moiihino, nr OEO. W. NICHOLS. Office No. 9 Granlto Eow, opposlto tha Stago House, Terms of llio New Volume, 1852-3. To cases S1.50 tr paid within tha be ndded if navmcnt. is deUved sarntrumoniit will bo deducted when puj tmciiv in auvance. Club1, of not loss than five, pnid nt onco In ndvance, $1,25. Single papers by mall $l,fiO, in nil cases to bo paid in ad. vnncc or satisfactory reference given. Village subscribers who have their papers left at their doors $2,00 per annum, payable nt tho end of the year. EIGHTEEN YEAIIS AGO. r,AtnttES3F.D TO HER HUSBAND, nY MRS F. D. OAOE.) The stin ?onds down as warm a ray, ' The stars as brightly beam, All Nature is as fair to-day As in our youthful dream: Life's current glides as smoothly on, As joyous in its flow; As when I stood by thee n bride; Just jpightcen years ago; Our hopes wero then ns fair and bright , As ilow'rets of the Spr...

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. — 20 April 1853

71 ! V1NDIMH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. CDITHD 11V MItS C. I. II. NICHOLS. Itrnttlclioro, Vl,- April 20, 1SS8. the Natlonnl Government nnd Woman's Sphere. In llio reported proceedings of tho Scnnto nt Wash ington we find that "tho nomination o Widow Hcr liard for Post Mistress at West Point, Was sent in and Confirmed at once." Wo wonld suggest to the otyectors to women fill ling civil offices, that they memorialize tho National Administration, and havo tho "Widow .Bernard" and the other ono hundred and twenty-two Post Mistresses turned out directly, before they are unsexcd--and en riched ly a comfortahlo salary. They should at least inquire wlio rocks Widow Hcrnnrd's babies, now that she Is earning bread ft them in a post office, instead of a neighbor's cellar kitchen, washing al fifty tints What makes some children thievish, deceitful and Untrustworthy. On the last page of our last week's paper Is ft story which we hope every body will read who sees, and especially those who farrow tho Democ...

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. — 20 April 1853

bCerriblo CalamityThroe Children Consumed by Fire. Wo have seldom had occasion to record a calamity bo terrible as that which' befel an interesting family, residing in tho Northwest part of our town, on Mon day night tho 1th inst. Mr. Arnold Farr, a respec table farmer, had been engaged, with all his family, on Monday, in making Maplo Sugar. Tho boiling process was carried bn in an apartment attached to tho hack part of tho house. The firo had subsided, and the family, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Farr, with their six children, and a hired man all retired at an early hour, much exhausted with tho fatigues of tho day. Tho hired man Mr. Lyman Nutting, Georgo Farr, aged 13, Alphonso, aged 7, anil Francis, aged 0, slept in tho samo chamber, while tho rest of the family retired below. Tho upper rooms wero unfin ished, and the one adjoining that occupied by Nutting and tlio children was filled with lumber. Tho fire o-. WT rininatnd in some wav in tho room whero the maplo sugar was being pre...

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. — 20 April 1853

TIIK LITTLE DOY THAT DIED, Iit Ti n. itoniNso.vi I am nil nlono In my chamber now( And thcmldnlght hour is near, Ana tho fugot'8 crack and tho clock's dull tick Arc the only sounds I hear! And over my soul In Its solitude, Sweet feelings of gladness glide, Fortny heart and eyes nrc full when I think Of the little boy tbt died. I went ono night to my father's homo Went home to tho dear ones all, And I softly opened the garden gato And softly the door of the hall: My mother caino out to meet her son Sho kissed me and then she sighed, And her head fell on my neck as sho wept For the little hoy that died. I shall miss him when the flowers come In tho garden where ho played ; I shall miss him more by the fireside. When the flowers have nil decayed: 1 shall sec his toys and his empty chair, And the horse ho used to ride; And they will speak with a silent speech, Of tho littlo boy that died. I shall sec his little sister ngain With her playmates about the door, And I'll watch tho children ...

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. — 6 July 1853

1 ' I V','V - 1" --t -- jj --- -.. J!i 111 11 "'fc - - . Vol, XVII. BR ATTLEBORO, Vt, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1853, ' Nora38, TII13 DEMOOUAT is published i:vr.nr Wednesday Monibo, itr OHO. W. N I Oll'o.IiS Olllco No. 0 Granite Kow, opposlto the Stags House. Terms of tho Now Volume, 18523. To c!nseu 81,50 If pnld within tbo yar 13J-2' centawlll .lu-atn -ji.w ii jmiu wiwiui luu yum I m I sinotiy m nuvarice. . I Clubs of not less than five, paid at onco in ndvKiice, 51,25. Slnslo papers by mail Sl.flO, in nil cases to bo pal vanee or satfalnetorv reference elvcn. fdi n ud- Village subscribers who have their papers left nt their doors $.2,00 per annum, paynblo nt tho end of the year. What Bhall tho Ladies do 1 No subject at tho present day is exciting more general attention than the spheronnd rights of woraln. Tliough public sentiment is divided as to liow far tliis tephcrc doe3 extend, there is but one opinion as to the Tact, that in the present state of society tho .wholo bncrgies of the f...

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. — 6 July 1853

iter PMeraM masaibwmuafauju.uiiilia&ii tan Extrnots from Lucy Stone's .Speech at tho Bo. - ton Anti-Slavery Anniversary. Mn. Chairman : If I wcro to obey my own reel ings, this evening I sutcly should not speak a word. I would far ruthcr, when on this platform, listen than speak. But yet, if by any word I Bhnll say, tho day of deliverance for tho slave shall como by one.mo ment sooner, I am willing to offer that word glad to ofibr it, too. I listened to-day, as t always listen, with great in terest, to tho discussion in regard to tho character of the Constitution of the United States, and tho sup pott given to tho system nf Slavery in that direction : I havo listened to the charges that are mado against tho Church of her recreancy to truth and duty I know thoy aro alf true ; but yet, whenever I lialfn tn a discussion on theso topics, thoro always comes to me tho thought, that if tho government and the Con stitution remain iust as thoy are if tho Church re mains with thd same cre...

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. — 6 July 1853

K 1 Li Her, Later from Europe. Tlio steamer Africa, from Liverpool tlio 18ih, ar Hvcd at Now York m .Thursday Tlio Memphis Convention. rllrcndful Hull Storm In New Yorfc...I.oss or Mfc. This body after n session of four dfiya, adjourned f $ v0,t. between 6 ahd 0 o'clock on Ftidly nf- to meet again in Charleston in April next. Its pro tcrnoon. In some parts of tlio city large quantities of hall n..J.i.iir. .ml nrnvielnno rpmnln withnilt material 1: ...I .,( .. .1.. .lirTnrnnt f-lml-. fi.11. nnd cnrornl atnnra wr-rn nlcVril 11 n llf CnOrtllOUS file' change, while Cotton exhibits a slight improvement actcr from fane 0f lho Memphis Convention held ono The Crystal Palace was much damaged belli bjr Ml . r . .. . mm .1 , j r.i - t?. water; much glas3 broken, iron work bent, and some o: bn former quotations. I year ago. T hat body was composed of tho 1 ire-hat- l))0 ' wUhjn wcro aa al by watcri The English news is tamo and common-placo, thoro crs and DiMinionists of tho Smith, whilo this on...

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. — 6 July 1853

MY LITTLE 'NAMESAKE, lit ms e. c. jbbsoXi bid you iaibw my little namesake J Sho was six glad summers old When slio wrapped her white robes round keif And lay down amid tbo mouldj 'Xcatli ft coverlet of mosses, All sprinkled o'er with dcir, And n warmi rich harvest sunlight Tho old trees gushing througln Now tho Aplil violcti open Their blue eyes by her head, And tho gray old guardian elm trees' Bend kindly toward her bed; And n mark of crushing footsteps Breaks tho gold and ruby moss Where ft sad-eyed mourning mothef Bows daily 'liealb. her cross Often dream I of my namcsakcj How beforo tho Throne she stands, With her saintly eyes uplifted, And her small, white folded hands; And dreaming thus-, I wonder (Though to me 'twere all tho stlhie) If that beautiful child-angel Still answers to my narne From Chamber's Edinburgh Journal. A.ND XHElVt the beautiful sequestered little Jmmk't of Ambcrmcad, was an old gentleman of unobtrusive, orderly habits, whose peculiar taci turnity bad obtai...

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. — 28 September 1853

Vol, XVII, BR ATTLEB 0R0 Vt, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1853, No, 51, THE DEMOCRAT is runusiiED evkut wednesdav pionniivo, nr OMO. W. NICHOLS. Ferine Windham CoanhJ Democrat. Alas, -ray babe,' I cannot pauso to weep o'crilth ui3 . uruaat m onco more to see. tor close tlio clanking chains 1 hear Whoso weight I'to felt fur many a year. I dnro not shod the tears that press upon myjbraln; To Wind my eye, and loso my way, Would bo to f.ico the tyrant's prey: lie still, poor heart, and tlio' thou'rt rent with pain, Check not my prayers by a thorn From bondage woreo than death I go. Tlioujrtref , my babe, and tlio' thy mother cannot stay mis msi gau oinco 10 poriorm, . Bin? knows that from that mangled form The happy spirit's flown to realms of endless day! There whips and chains can never come TO mar thy soul, thou treasured one. And should I fail to gain tho land where all are free, I'll bless the hand that bathed in gore Tho babo I in my bosom bore, For thou wilt never know tho shamoasfar...

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. — 28 September 1853

U1MMIAM COUNTY DKMOCKAT. Muted uv iw. p. i. Nichols. Tllll DIJVITi'S OWNi Many years ago olil John Adams, on being asked what lie thuuglit of somo particular phase of N. York unlitics. ronlicd. that it was "the Devil's own incom prchcniiblc." Such has been lis character much of with giants the time since. And the last phase exhibited in tho double democratic convention at Syracuse on tho 1 1th and 15th instant,, is as rcmarkablo as any thai havo niifm Iwifii. llnrds nnd Softs. Hunkers and DArit- burnors, terrified nnd iintoxrTMjdj.daclt tfeijtian lia.fi.itsl own ticket for Stato officers; each claiming to reprc- sent nlono the real Democracy of the Stato. To all appearance, outsiders being judges, llio Softs Or liarn burncrs have the advantage. They it was who took tho most pains to keep witli tho others ; they it was who made the greatest advances for conciliation's sakp, abandoning their own Buffalo platform of 1818, to de clare ocr and over again their unqualified assent to tho R...

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. — 28 September 1853

Two Weeks Later from Cnlifornln. The steamer Northern Light, from Sm Juan, arrived ht New York on Sunday morning, bringing Sun Francisco dates of Sept. 1st 31,800,000 in gold, and 050 passen gers. Tlic miners wero generally doing well. Immigrants from China nnd across tho Plains were ar riving in great numbers. Largo shipments of quicksilver have been made to Chinn. . . .Indian hostilities on Itogu ltlvcr continued and caused great consternation to the sct- n war of extermination neainst'tho whites: manv massa- ! i?rrs liavn nli-p-nlv twim iintmiiitfitil . nml n lirulv nf trnnns I linvo been rcpuUod with loss in tin encounter with tho savages. An expedition under Gen. Lnno had gono to tho scene of action, nnd bloody wolk was expected. At last accounts 20 whites had been killed by tho Indians, Nearly half the town of Soiiora has been destroyed by lire loss 5Hi,uuu. 110 iiusmess portion ot tlio city cs- capon i.arge meetings nave necn licltl i Cisco in favor of tho immediate construct...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Windham County Democrat. — 28 September 1853

J'or the Windham County Democrat. Tho Deimrturo of tho iM-nclltcs from I'g)'pl I1T MZZIC MIVKCIIIOVE, The galling clinin Is broke ; nnd Israel, ransomed IVnm her cruel bonds, slands liy the imiclitip sen ) Behind is Pharaoh's mighty liosl in hoi pursuit j On cilhcr hand stupendous mountains t'ne, forbidding Aught lo trass ; while full In fronl the raging billons rear, Proudly defying all advance. Loud murmurs of complaint nrp licnrd through Israel's trembling ranks, nnd 'gainst the man or (loci, That mighty champion, sent by Jehovah to dclitcr them From tyranny nnd wrong, their murmuring! rise "Docs 'Egypt not nnn graves enough, that thou Hnsl brought us out lo perish here lo sink in this Dire sea 7 or worse, to fall by Pharaoh's cruel hand 7 Ah, would wo had remained and worn the yoke of slavery Content) submitted to our fate, nnd humbly bowed To Egypt's haughty sons, till death had us released And giv n deliverance sure." Moses, in humble awe, stands forth, nnd hears Unmoved, thei...

Publication Title: Windham County Democrat
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