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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 July 1851

t 1 ? r 4 JÜ 4 in ii itmy i ::ii-r nmr. nnre nr? mt-Y cnr.T'T n rr cunWTRF.Il ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." J ackso.v. 3 1 "THE BLESSINGS OF CüLIL-Mfc-M i-mD mi. o w 7rainny Wcwipapcr: dcvotccl to Vblitics. Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic Xcws. t aa Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, July 30, 1851, -Number 28. ? 1 Volume 1. THE P j 0 1 i L. t r 1 ' i 'vi H 1 l n VI -1 I . 1 THE PLYMOUTH PILOT, -Is published every Wcducsüay, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. rjp BTEL 7 ST fliS 9 Jf pail in advance, (or within two month? ;afcr .-ubseribine,) "J!" If paid within six months, - - - t '-.. Ifdelave 1 after that time, - - - $'2,0. OThe above terms will be strictly adhered "to poxitirehj. TTown subscribers, who hate their paper 'left by the Cs'irie.-, -will be charged Fifry cents in atlditioii to the subscription price. ITXj paper will le discontinued until oil arrearages are paid, unless at the opiitn vf th? toublisher. Tirms o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 July 1851

THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, JaljSo7l85l7 DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS. CRÄfilM N. FITCH, tor rRosECüTisö attobkit M. C. DOUGHERTY- County Democratic Ticket. TO XZTBESEVTAT178 A7ILLIAM M. PATTERSON.. 70S CO Dir TT COMMISSION!! DAVID VANVACTOR. COT Messrs. Fitch and Colfax spoke here to-day, the Dr. opening and giv ing a full and fair account of his steward 8hip which, we believe, was satisfactory! to all, refuting every charge of inconsist-j ency that Colfax could hring against him, Colfax answered evidently much excited from the effect of the Dr opening speech. - Colfax's whole argument or speech consisted in explaining his oppo sition to the Mexican War, to prove that he was the friend of Common Schools, and charges of inconsistency in Dr. Fitch. From the puffing of the whig papers of Mr. C's oratory and ability as a stumper, we must say his effort here fell far short of our expectations. (QT Last week we had occasion to speak at some length upon the suhject of...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 July 1851

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS- ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP PA- CIFIC. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. New York, July 23. The steamer Pacific, from Liverpool, arrived last evening, with dates to the Öt inst., being three days later. Freights. Cotton id to Liverpool; grain 40c. per bushel. Stocks are firmer, sales light; tr.oney casier; exchange dull. England. Parliament is considering a bill substituting a house tax for the window tax, and squabling over the Vote JC200.000 secret service, money, and the introduction of a bill to aMliortrtvl'arlia- mentary election t be taken by ballot. Royal Coinniitautner of the Exhibition and a large party of distinguished fort- lgn ers hav; been invited by Mr. Brown to dine with him on beard the Atlantic. Mr. Feabodv's dinner to the Aineriian Minister passed off finely, and was hon ored with the presence of a great number t'f persons of rank. France. Report of M. Da Toequeville relative to the revision of the Constitu tion, was tobe presented to the Assembly 'on th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 30 July 1851

asclfatou StvnttnxtnL '0 taste and see that the Lord is good; lUssed is the man that trusteth in Him." Psalms, xxxit. 8 v. From the Signs cf the Times. "PUT ON THE WHOLE ARMOR OF GOD." Eniesiaxs, ri. 11. Gird thy loins up. Christian soldier; Lo! tby Captain calls thee out; Let the danger make thee bolder; War in weakness dare in doubt. Buckle on thy heavenly armor; Patch up no inglorious peace; Xet thy courage wax the warmer As thy foes and fears increase. Bind thy golden girdle round the. Truth, to keep the fir.n and tight; Never shall the foe confound thee. While the truth maintains thy fight. Righteousness within thee rooted, May appear to take thy part; But let righteousness imputed Be the breast-plate of thy heart Shod with gospel-preparation, In the paths of promise treadj Let the hope of free salvation, As a helmet, guard thy head. "When beset with various evil?. Wield the Spirit's two-edged sword; Cut thy way through hosts of devils, While they fall before the Word, But when...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 6 August 1851

1 . I THE UTH 3 ILO nri 'I r- '1 THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN. SHOULD -DE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jacksox. A Family Newspaper: Icvolc! to Iolitics. Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, August 6, 1851, Number 29. Volume 1, PLYMO - ,t . S i i" t . J "a - ; . J '"1 . , . . w . i i THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. .ESC 7ÖET 59 f paid in advance, (or within two months f:r subscribing,) ------ Äl.O. If paid witliinMX months, - - - S'2,00. Ifdelayed after tl.at time, - - - $2.50. U"The above terms will be strictly adhered to patititebj. UTovn subscriber?, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be ch urged Fifty t ents iu addition to the subscription price. IT No papT will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Acheribinsr. - Advertisements w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 6 August 1851

4 THE PILOT. rLTaiOUTII, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, August 6, 1851. OCT" Probate Court will be in session on Monday next. OCT" Tho Plymouth Presbyterian Church will be raised on Saturday next, (9th inst.) by Mr. L. Matteson. We hope there will be a general attendance. by telegraph. ELECTION RETURNS. The following lists so far as heard from constitute the majorities in the several counties: Colfax. Wabash, 249 St. Joseph, 300 Kosciusko, 125 674 121 CC3 Gen. Riley, of Rochester, New York, delivered a spirited Temperance address at the Methodist Church last evening to a full house. The General entertained his audience for about two hours with highly useful and important facts, and calling upon the ladies to ex ert themselves in the cause of Temper ance. He has lectured in nearly every State in the Union; and wherever he has ben thousands have worshipped at hi? shrine, signed the pledge, and cheered him on to renewed efforts in the glorious cause. The General is just the man for this herculean...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 6 August 1851

MYSTERIES OF NEW-YORK. The finding of twenty odd human skull? and other hones, by scavengers while cleaning the sink of an old wooden prem ises Nos. 7 and 9 Mott street, latdly pul led down, has exciled various surmises and speculations as to how the bones came there. One report says the ground was the site of a cemetery a long time ago, and another that the premises some rears since were occupied by a physician; either of these ficts miking room for an explanation of the bones mystery. The Courier, discussing the matter, says the proprietorship of the ground is easily traced back to the Revolution, and that it never In been a portion of a cemete ry; and a gentleman of our acquaintence, who has known the region round about for thirty years welt, says he never knew of any cemetery there. Even if there has been the fact does not account for the great number of skulls found in one spot, when none hive been found elsewhere on the ground. Resides, the skulls are too fresh to have been de...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 6 August 1851

ittUflfotttf Department. "O taste, and tee that tie LcrJ it goad; blested is the man that trutteth in Him." Psalmj, ixxit. Sr. THE CAPTIVITY. '".Veep ye r.ot for the dead, neither bemoan him; but weep sore for him that goeth away, for he shall return no more, nor see his native country. Jeremiah xxii. 10. O, proud Jerusalem! thine hour Of fear'ul recompense has come! Cod frow ns upon thee from on high-- His righteous hand has sealed thy doom! Darkness shall be ca Salem's heights, Mourning and death vithinjr her walls; Her sons shall all by spoiler hands, Or pass away ir- captive thralla. Mount rot the dead! for they shall lie So peaceful in their native soil; They bow not to the tyrant's rod, Nor pine 'mid sorrow, pain, and toil; They see not Zion's temple lall And all her sacred walls o'erthrown They hear uo bloody victors shouf, Nor Juc'.ah's agonizing moan. Oh, mourn for thorewho pass away With ling'rinir eye and beating heart ' Who, with a last despairing glance, To Ion? captivi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 17 September 1851

THE UTH "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE rOOR."JACKsox. PLYMO PILOT A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Volume 1, Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 1851. Number 35. 1 i H. J i . 1 ;1 vi ; i - ... i ' .. 3 i I S THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is publisLfd f very Wednesday, by JOIIN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall Count j Indiana. rsL7 jsz s. rssr 9 7f paid in advance, (or within two monMi"? af'er mi' :cri?-:M,T,) ------ &3..0. If p.ni'l wit'tin six months, - - - Vi.OO. Ifvi. i iye lift r U ill tune, - - - S2,.7. 'l'j The above terms will lc strictiv adhered J j"; Town niVcriber, who hrxve their piper left ! y th? Orr'er, will be r?r:e Fifty cents in ail K:i a tot!:e Mt'-.-cri.;'..)!i rice. J i N.i r v.iil be ;ieoiiti:;ueJ u;i!:l nil nrre:ir.Kre arc pi.l, uiiles.s at the option of the .-ejlliil.er. Te:::is of Advertising A'1vert;.p'Te:...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 17 September 1851

THE PILOT. I'XATOOUTII, INDIANA. fTTT The highest price will be paid for RAGS cotton and linen, if delivered at this office immediately. Cr The Camp Meeting at Pisgah Mating House will commence on Friday next. CCT" "A CitizeuV reply "On the Mind," will appear next week. We c-u,Jffc.c .a.uB 4 comoutants to make their communica- tions as short cs possible brief and to the point. CCT Djrig our lute sojourn in South 15 iid we put up at the American Hotel,! kept by Mr. A. S. Bakeb. Esq. Friend BAer keeps an excellent house. His ta ble is rich with abundant and choice lux uries; and the neatness and good orrier, combined with the kindness and eentle- manly deportment of Mr. B., make it a! most desirable residence. Those who have occasion to visit South Bend, will find the American Hotel every way wor thy of their patronage. CO" Wa. Bcsroughs of Rochos- chimney, near one end. After closing ter. Ia. cut his throat on last Friday) his discourse, the Rev. genlleman was evening. He ha.I been s...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 17 September 1851

On th llth inst, by Rev. J. M. Max xr. Mr. Jons Cleavelasd to Miss pRM elia A. Hand. '.Well!'' soliloquized our df.vil. witli his mouth framed almost to suffocation with the tlliciui bri U-'s :a1p, wiih which we hil been honored on the rr- I .r.i l. i , . . i ceipt of the above notice, (and for whu h wen-turn our thinks.) "Thi is whit might bo called enjoying high-life, whit do I care about your fine evening par ties, balls &c.t I have got the bride's sweet biscuit, which repays me for all the abuse the world can heap upon me," What if they do say, that I 'go about like a roaring lion, seeking whom I may devour somebody,' itss all false, the on ly thing that I seek to devour is large slices of "tcedding cake" and to those who are kind enough to favor me with such presents; in return I wish them health, happiness, prosperitv, and every : bliss this world can afford." "Truly 1 1 J receive greater creuit iur a ierucious uis- position than I deserve." Success attend the happy cornx ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 17 September 1851

J .A if "1 :1 7, 1 ! X it ii i 1 . J FY :CiL"F.E GABLE. you root man dare, r.pon de boT, . :n ...r vj'jr vife, rov.r-hr.i ut. c:e. O Ie u: - dare, iey, hen. . f- .e vedi?, ; c l.i.i i. : p-.cf; e, culPe-I!, m u mo no us. V' '"Vf IT . 1 A M . 1 L - A. id horses! Hurrah! ! a w;. r: c-.i ri !. i i i.-C'S iL I.''. 1 1 1 f ,1 1. l c We over Ire a d H or an- Cm 'i k4 ' ll I . j ill. i Wo iSi iii a i ve t!iti . if we l.iv to pi: 10 Wit de , it fi0;ii - V- a ii.ui. V e must ko n: ,v rr.ust do it, if we have :-9X of ve.iz'-nce cL'ar to J.--.y's u idled brains! a l::t.e ?oia Can't you etn s .'ntini -iits? v u rv o e fu rouse uo tu iMlur till n-?il paw the u: .: 1 ii u.' d'Wii be low Y s :i.--ee. Every cit L:: !, l.o i.i ;he; cwl on j to t:i-" i'l-'-sl !-nt in his is in fa vor of this ull- S :'i (dlji .i ' alia 1 L W reJi.H:;- op ill tl:t? a u 1 see if "ror.i twen- U:: ;:. ü ' i ' L ;r!y. i :i j r ; i i I :. th, i rf :! ; i ' . ; ' r 1 V " : I tell li.ii- 1; itl- ..!. ' t til-' f.!C of :o . i ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 24 September 1851

3 nri nn 1 1 n -Tiin blkssixgs of c.oykiinmf.nt, like the dews of heaven, should be showered alike upon the rich and the poor." Jm-ksos: A Family Newspaper: devoted lo I'oliiics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1851. Volume 1. Number 36. PLYMO.D LOT THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published fVf ry Wednrsday, by JOHN a. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. rxxr jbjz jsb. j&b: as 9 K paid in advance, (or within two mcMiths after subscribing,) l,3. If paid within six months, ... $2,00. If delay cd after that time, - - - $'J,ft. IThe above terms will be strictly adhered to poaitirrlu. ilT'Towu subscriber, who have their paper Jeft by the Carrier, will be charged Fiftv cent tu addition t tin.' subscription price. JTfNo paper will p discontinued until all tt. .nr...... j r . n,l..cc 1 I .... ..ft I ... ! put lishcr. Terms of Adirrlbircr. Advertisements will c. coiivpiciMUly i:t'r- bed m the 'Plymouth...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 24 September 1851

this laiid tY liefe trolible und care is a THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA CO" The highest price will be paiJ for HAGS cotton ami linen, if tlelirered at this office iinmediatel.r "Saetais's Maqazixs" Tor October, comes to us bright and beautiful as a gem from the sea. This number has been gotten up with taste and core, and re flects great credit upon Mr. SarUin, who deserves a liberal patronage. We no tice "three contributions uT high literary rank, Tis: "Scenes in the Life of the Sa tjoW "Sieges and Captures of Rome," and "the Burial of Hernando de Soto." With such writers as Rer. John Todd, Hit. Reynell Coates, and Mr. Win. Dowe, this magazine will attain an eminence to compete with "Little's Living Age," which (we fear ik contradiction,) rs the highest stactJard literary work in this ccwrtiy. "On the right sidfe the coat o arms of Havana dates to thts 7th have been re rennylvania; on tire left, PentiS treaty ; ccived at New Orleans. The Spanish with the Indians, comprising six figu...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 24 September 1851

TBLH.IMJJ.J11" m m mm We were immediately put iu communica tion with a number of spirits Gen. Jackson among them. !Ie appeared to be very foüil of talking no doubt fancied our locofocoisrii. He says that Sarri Houston will be the democratic candidate für President. Gen. W infield Scott the .-.:.. ..i:.i.t ...I ih.it llmiKtrin tViII ' u w..u.., - - V" i Hogs. Ail of my Household arid Kitchen h,r- e elected by a triumphant majority. nj,ure, consisting of Tables. Chairs, Eedstea !, The old fellow is as hot democrat as ever! Ueds and Uedding, Looking C.hsses, Cup and declares that democratic mearures j board-Ware, one RuTeau, one S'aud, one must prerail. He says the Cn?a'A dilli- I Cooking Story, a lit of Carpeting, ana other cultiesare not yet terminatedthat Cu ba will revolutionize in less than a year. She will not he annexed to the United State, but will become an i tide pendant republic. The old General va3 very agreeable, and took 'mach pains to en ter rain us. He beat two or three...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 24 September 1851

l Li .3 1 . j 1 1 H 1 - V - i n i ' POETS1 coaNEa. JlAIfRYJNG "OLD HAHUY." Wnen ll.ury unsold, to Mary he said, "Mvdcar, if von pK aso, we will marry." Hut IWniy r j 1 with a to.-J of the head, "I netr will marry ihe'oii H-Hiv!'" i( waited till .'ill . r pny Miiturs were eoi.e, Then cried a fine dance they Vivo I l yu; Tht hnd thai ol.ercd, you treated with scum, And now the Vld Harry' wont w ed you." Htv.Juhn Pnapon', utm upon the Tele ivli, coaclulcs tliu-: A hero chieftain layinc down l is pen, Olo.-es Ins t-yes in Washington ;it tor.; The lii'litniuc courier leap.; iilonp tl.u hue, . n.l at St. .outs tells the t.ilc at nine, Haltim a thousand miles wl.tin e he departe.l And getting there uu hour before Lc started. Yl'LOAR. If I 1 ad a donkey as wwiMu't re, Do yon think I'd wallop him, no! no! uu! i'd ive l.iin some com and cry, .tee wo, (Jet "p, Neddy. KEFINED. Tfl had nri r.nm..'H averse to speed, Vo you tl ink M chastise him! No, indeed, i'd ivt him some oats and cry proceed, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 1 October 1851

. J UTI ILO r o i. f i "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD DC SHOWERED ALIKE ITON THE RICH AND THE rOOR." Jackson. A F.iiiiily IVowspapcr: ilcvolcd io Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic !eus. - it l I. 3 Volume 1. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1851. Number 37. POT 4 'V 3 3 1 4 ! ' '' i X V'i V . 1 . -i - "i a ft' .i .'I 4 THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published e very Wednesday, by JOHN a. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. lie rssx f paid in advance, (or within two months af:er MibscriMnj;,) - Sil, SO. If paid within fix month?, - - - StJ,CO. Jdtlayed after tl at time, - - - $2,30. rlTThe above terms will be strictly adhered to positively rrfown suWri! er, who have their nnnrr if t l.y the Carrier, v ill !-e charged Fifiv tents in ad Jiti-m to the Mih.scrinti n price. O'No paper will he discontinued until a'l nvarase ate paid, uulcisatlhe option of the Vuldüher. Terms of (!iirivfM- A tna UI .lUlirU...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 1 October 1851

THE PILOT. FLYJIOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 1, 1851. OCT- The highest price will be paid for I Raeurn, it appears was standing near a RAGS-cotton'and linen, if delivered at ! taJo-.v, v.hen one of the flashes of light- this office immediately. ; nlnK more iviJ lhan u,ua. haJ suth an j effect on his organs of speech that he We would inform our ccntribu- could not articulate a syllable. The ad tor "Jose phi ne' that we are not in the vice of several medical gentlemen was habit of paying for poetry when we can gather from our exchanges an abundant supply gratis. We would advise Miss Josephine to retain her situation among the pots and kettles until she -works off ßome of the green. We would inform all contributors to the Pilot that the paying of postage on all letters must be strictly adhered to, to ensure attention. CO" We would call attention to Mr. Fbask Baker's advertisement of Car riage and Wagon Making, Those who are in wuut of these articles, and would like to have then "done...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 1 October 1851

Ti.y be eutiujtc-lall ordern fir i.e. jamf; MtRcrjnv. Lar01 ?r- 3, 1531 -33--ly AMERICA AT THE WORLD'S FAIR Notwithstanding ins apparent paucity of the American portiou of the great exhibition, for the boys didrjt know what ther u-an ted to rs most over the big water Yankee Doodle has jet made his mark, outsailed the ctarA jacVi -kin the Thames nicked 11 the locks in En lind and furnished a reaper which John 15 uu regarded as one ol the wonders of the world. One of the Iiritis!i journals pay- us the luhowmg handsome com pi i rnent: l.vents are dany occurring which will inilnco the enlightened British to look back with shame upon the r&e of book makers who libelled the Aim r icans, und were applauded and laughed with the echo in this country. This year the United Stales have beaten Knglaud i ... C I, . vi nri supcriuriiics. 11 was SO generally believed, that no Englishman ever thought of a doubt about it, that we built the best yacht in the world, and constructed the most useful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 1 October 1851

i (V V. y. ,4 M - f is VeTxf POETS' CORNER. WOULD NOT DE AT ALL. I would not die in Spring time, When worms tcginto trawl; When cabbage plants are shooting up. And frogs begin to squall: 'lis then tLe girls are full of chaxai?, .lad smile upon the men; V.'f.en lamb ami peas arc in their prime, 1 would not perish then. xvould not die in Si'mmer. When trees are filled with fruit And every sportsman Las a gun. The little birds to shoot. The girls theu wear the Bloomer tire:?, And half diotract the men; it is the t;me to aw ear it om J would not perish lien. 1 wcuM not die in Autumn, When new-mown hay smells sweet, And little pigs are rooting round For something nice to cat. 'Tis then the huntsman's wild halloo, ' Is hri alcr.fc' the ci.n. And oy.ttrs 'gin to lallen up 1 would not perish then. 2 would not de iu Winter .For one might freeze to death ; "When blustering Boreas sweeps around, And takes away one's breath. When .leigh-Lells jingle horses snort. And buckwheat cakes are tall; a...

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