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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1855

Y NDIANA STATE SENT MI? i N JLLIJJJo J. C. WALKER k T. 1? HOLCOTHiE, KDlTOliS. rUBLISHKl) riVlvUV T11UKSDAY MORNlXaAT TWO IKtLLAKS A YKAli. - ' U'. W. CoTOI, I'lTiUSnER vol. xy. indTanapolis, Indiana, Thursday" morning, .tune u, i&m. xo. 4. STATE SENTINEL RUELI-iUFD EVFRV THl I:PAY MoRXIXO OX MAMMOTH SHEET, AT two dollars pi:u yf.au, 1A VARIABLY IV Al'VANCK.. jn Adire, Po-t VALK?.R CoTTOM, J. C. WALKFR, Pr.prk-u.t. fj-Whm we reflect on the victory in Vir-'ini.. we discover that it was a triumph of Democratic principles over selfish interests. It was believed there that most foreigners were sure to ho anti-slavery, ami that their labor would come in ronietition witU slave 07"It is mortifying to the Demoerai y to have to record the defection i f a personal frientl of Gen. Jaikox from the good old e:uio. A. J. DoXEI.soX has Wen playing the Martix Vax I'.cren trick on a small .-vale. He direct the Xa-hville I'nii-n to era e his name from its 1 i of subvriWn. Weause he Uip,xe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1855

STATE SENT T 171 IV H. JL1 INEI lHtt.4iliinl.lliCoi.-.ti'niin at th mariner rlinjfs t. the lst itnk hu thf ii?ht an.i the tempest do aroumt him." IXDIANALhVlIS: THURSDAY. JTJNE 14. 1855. Democratic Celebration at Shelbyvllle We hid the eviir-me picture of attending a Mass Meetp" "f the Democracy of Shfitt C.H-s-Tr on Friday last, held in honor of the election of Henry A. Wise, in the State cf Virini i. It has never been our good fortune to witness a demonstration in which letter feeling or a greater degree of et.thusiasBi wi; s.en everywhere to .revuil. Al though the rains of the fewdiv revious hid v swollfu ihf stream- as to prevent ere'i from many sections of th t'.uinty, except by mean- of skirt and e.uioes, yet tie majority of oU SholbvN hardy Decioor.itie veterans, who poured in column after rolitrun, 1 L. .-. .V- sfiTV r.-hlit nioi ana on "oi i' i, which centre.! t the county seat, indicated that the inclemency of the element- was a stimulus, rather than the contrary, to those...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1855

STATE SENTINEL. INDIANAPOLIS: THURSAY. JUNE 14. 1355. Peace or War. Lord (key, a dUw'hM nobleman, i strenuouslv iu favor of . ternl that civilization and Christianity would W promoted hy K-nuitins Russia to take p.session of Turkey. Rut it seem? that in the Hon.-) of Lor.U he meets with few supporters. Lord Palmf.rstok hi a clear majority of cue hundred in the House of Comiuoris. Si' the war j arty continues in iower. The insolence of the Allies may be seen in the fact that Lord John RrsiFL iu the recent debate in Parliament, insisted that a limitation of the Russian nival power in the Black Sea was indispensable. Americans will appreciate this if they will apply it to themselves by supposing France and England to demand a diminution of our squadnm in the Gulf of Mexico, as a security that we would not invade Cuba. England and France profess to be the advance guards of civilization, and vet are trving to energise into galvanic life a Mahommedan empire doomed to in vitahle dissolutio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1855

STATE SENTINEL niK .music or Fr tk SUte Srnlincl. HV DKKAMK. Y C. C. irTlR. There' moorn-ul sound upon tho air lhat breathe of lonely uesrt; U eoaie from U-J ocMi-md fountain lair Wrer the ilTr waters Mart ; And where they over th- pI.M.s pUy'd. And dane'd itiro' the foiv-i dec p. A the moonbeam? ical btat.iiti the shade Where the nvn.phs 1 ! vis-il- keep. 1 hear a vsu; tie wstir. or.r. J, Itvt br'atr.e M" lov'd f re .-. ; I.the wtuppowtl wilt, mournful sound By me woodland fi-unt:ii.i alone. Oh! sad i Ue mouriiiul ..nr 1 l.-ur Sad wa the utoi.p. . w.k" i.itf : The liU!!rioz iid.. -.-t appear 'vf In green grove of nl malt;. I Var a aouud at tl.o d.ve of cvo, Wren the wind-ha. were. ir ret. The grvcn-i U.1 iorc-t did there Mil vo The cri.noit shs.de of lie" west : 1 then pan.-.! lo in ur that voice a.-rai.i. Hui it tones bad .iiivl tied ; A n i a a Ion' c I... troiu me rleii. It was whl peril.1' t PiP .! . p.? are: mother ' it was nil I liari ; A ii. I trie s.-u i'l v..n ultit nr. 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1855

r . V L WEEKLY ND1ANA STATE SEN r NEL J. C. WALKEK & T. li. IIOLCUIIBE, ED1T0KS. l'UBl.ISliHH KVKKY TllliKSDAY MOUSING, at two dollars a year. LC. W. InTJoM. I'l IIUSIIKU VOL. XV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1855. STATE SENTINEL RCBLISHED EVF.RV THVRSDAV MORXIXQ OK A MAMMOTH SHEET, AT TWO DOLLARS PtlR YEAR, IX VARIABLY IX ADVAXCK. JJj AJJreiS P.st-r.d, WALKER & COTTOM, Indianapolis, I rid. J. t WALKER, Proprietor. Resolved, That we pledge ourselves to use our utmost exertions to free our National Territory from the curse of Slavery, and that we will never consent, under any circumstances, to the admission of another slave State to this Union. Resolution of the Know Nothing Council of Maine. Resolved, That with the donies'ie institutions of the several States of the Union, we claim to have no right to meddle. Whatever is peculiar to the people of each State now in existence, is of their own creation and subject to their own immediate cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1855

SENTINEF L!j1 " let m cling t' tl. r.m.Mituvi.Mi the iuriRer cl.mr U the Ut plants wl.en tt.e night and Uic terni-tit l." rni.l him." IXDIAXAl'OMS: THURSDAY, JUNE 21. 1055. Fillibuatering. The administration of Mr. Pierce has been censured for fillibustering propensities There never waa a greater mistake. It has shown an excess of tenderness ami forbearance toward: the feelings and pretentions of Spain which we are tempted to call reprehensible. A man who is cruol to his family is treated with scorn by his neighbors; so, a tyranny so oppressive as that of Spain, is not entitled to claim any respectful consideration from decent governments. Of all the numerous jKWsession which were once the brightest jeweli in th Spanish crown, Cuba is almost the only one left. The same causes which have occasioned the loss of her other colonies will finally bring alout the emancipation of this suffering island. Haughty and senseless conduct has distinguished Spain's tieatmeiit of all her depen denci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1855

Ift'lVUll SENTINEL IV U, i r1 r 1NDI ANA P O LI S : THURSDAY, JUNE 21. 1855. Scat of War. We Lave nothing very new from the seat of disturbances in Clay county. A correspondent of the EvarMvillo Journal, writing on Thursday and Friday last, states that the voluntesrs, sixty-five in number, under General Dodd. had expected an attack from the Regulator during Friday, but that no demonstration wa- made. The organization of outlaws in Clay County, ii said to be mora general than has been generally supposed. They controle the Courts by intimidation, and have everything, the Enquirer's correspondent says, pretty "much their own way. The reparation of the breaks on the Canal is going on rapidly. Whilst under the protection of the State, the work Mill probably be sufe no longer. Our pi ic-jinion i, that the only way to prevent a recurrence of mob violence in Clay County is, to arrest some of the parties con cerned and indict upon them the penalties of a violated law. Put a few in the Penite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1855

fj-"Tlie following fcjtio..avs " have been a request for their pullica- sr-nt t with ti..n. Tliey aro of tl.e " Veppoi ' school of ".try," nn.l are ileci i!edly rich : STAZYS. tiJ. iitrl Im md.rid..l ia Ik fnriatt mf l.ib' mndtr d$llee afttr Ike I2tk of gnne. T THI Oftlltt or IHK -OV.kl THE air HR Eu.bnenl deitrukhenit of Liker: ProOAtlc.' Voiir Iri. Viavt.ee there ' a vskaum in ''" ttoalv ...'. r i-l .i,,dv kurtou .n the abdominal regen . V. ants a stnnulaier. ll ran i Is did. 1 .m.-meuldclru. kihonisl. IiaMbaiere-i alknholik Lkwid, The ii.n wl was to bave rriveu l.ave arroven t re lie tvmprau law arc a ll kcl phaacl. Tr.at iolctarie dime, remrrcted from U. J pun of tai tr..w sen, kiU awaken A stinpail.cuk rupon. or tod. from X OUT kuflee-hedded frici.d. Die but ke.'pcr. Alkali-diS lmMfftter ! Kr.o. ktcrnal jyr.Ter. na v eg..i.r. Monday nil" T...1 vt-i U-lliu drunk. W er vni w.-ni home you h.t.t a ii.UM.;i.i mixture .4 ll.e le; k It t.red. i-ruap. K.in-wk"i''"'; VuU K heeled about ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1855

i r W1E K 1 1 NDIANA SEN r 1 1 J J. C. WALKER k T. B. UOLCOMBE, EDITORS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, AT TWO DOLLVRS A YEAR. LG. W. COTTOM, PUBIJSIIER VOL. XV. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1855. NO. 7. - STATE SENTINEL SCBLISHED EVEHY TUTESDAT MOBSINt 0 A XAHKOTH 8HIST, AT TWO DOLLARS PEIl YEAH, INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE. A44r, P-p-M, WALKER A COTTOM, , lnlinnapol!, InJ. . J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. - Dough Taces at tha South. It ia a very great mistake, in our opinion, to suppose that Southern men regard the fugitive slave law as a security to their property; or that they insist upon its observance to save themselves from pecuniary loss. This is a delusion. They consider that law as a sort of outside fortincation to protect Southern civilization. If its repeal would satisfy the North and arrest a further encroachments, they would consent to it to-morrow. Indianapolis Sentinel. Southern men regard the fugitive slave law as a law intended to execute for their bene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1855

STATE SENTINEL let tucHnu to the Constitution a tae maxiaer clings to ths Ian plank when the niht in1 the tempest elose axouad Mm." INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY, JULY 5. 1855 O-The New York Herald says that at least ono-half of the Platform cf the Philadelphia Know Nothing Council is " balder dash, and mere words and stuff." The resolutions on Slavery are abundantly satisfactory to the South in their language, but it is believed there that they will be etitirely unavailing practice, and that the sincerity of tue mem- Fourth of July. It is with pain that we observe so much apathy in regard to the celebration of the Natal day of American independence. It shows a forgetfulness of our unprecedented blessings, and a want of gratitude to the mem ory of our sires. The waters of the thousand streams which A Pitiful Calumny. The Republican of Friday contain an article throwing-out an insinuation against Governor Wright, which is trnely contemptible It intimates that the Governor had been bribed to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1855

STATE SENTINEL. INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY, JULY 5. 1855. Indiana Liquor Law. We copy below an editorial from the Riuhville Jadsonian, which will exhibit the feeliug of very nunj of the people of Indiana, in relation to the aubject designated by the caption of thi article. To say that not a fow of the feature of the Indiana Liquor Law are iTPressiYe to the business interests of many sections of our State, and tyrannical in their effects upon individual among whom they discriminate ; and that those features will meet with constitutional condemnation by the Court or general repudiation by the people, i to express a sentiment which is be "coming quite prevalent a sentiment no more pecific to the law in point, than general in its application to r.early all the enactmenta of the late Fusion Legislature. . That the people of Indiana desire and will have a reasonable and constitutional law for the suppression of the evils of intemperance, there are none, we suppose, blind enough to deny. That ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 5 July 1855

STATE SENTINEL. From Uie Democratic Prs. Kb.niMMt.MK. T O. ZVaST. Hw the summer" breath returning. Now reminds me of the burning Of liiy bean' intense; glow ' Lown the long lane iii the eoiintrv, V her tLe jiret wild-flower grow ! Boots it tn'Ltto toll of Misses, Meimg U and buribn,; kisses. ach a lover only know Yosthful lover. In the country, V fcou the fragraut lejiiyr blow ' How I worshipped her in duty How iov soul was fliled wtth beauty How my lv-art overflow ! Swelling wiiU love-laiou pulses, Lreauilug naught of care and wo! She wa imre than mortal to me Ai'1 her sjtnt oft did woo me. How, no mortal man might know ! Thmuifh the flower and stars li wooed nis, W lift her cwn transcendent glow ' Thus It I In life' glad rooming, love each, bevtteou thuiij adotuli.g, Lur us till we older grow ; Tiaveltng Inward another country, Fading gently at w s g.v Yet .w oiieii ou that Journey la fr-nd memory return we. Pilgrims resting ty U.e wy M a ruing for some swe?t companion, Frcin whos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1855

i! ft N D A 4 Si ITBMI DIMOCRATO J. C. WALKER & T. 1!. HOLCOMBE, EDITORS. AY flWW- H 11 r vi s x x v x ' - : in H 'J H J. J.JLj KBHTOBR. EDITION, FOR THE GOMTRY. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. LC. W. C'OTTo.M, PUBLISHER. VOLUME XV. IiIIAArAPOI,IS, IIVOfA.VA, THURSDAY MOIiiVIItfG, JULY 12, 1855. NUMBER 8. M'cthtojicntmcL RCBLIsHED EVERV THCRSDAT MORNISO ON A MAMMOTH SHEET, AT WO DOLLARS PER1 YEAH, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 2j A Jlros, Post-paid, WALKER A COTTOM, 4 - - InJianapolU, bid. J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. THUKSDAT MORNING, JULY 5, lf-35. The Last Mondat's Republican charges a want of comprehension on our part, of the exact meaning of its " article on . the Governor," aijil iutimates that, in consequence thereof, -. injustice was done the editor of that piper, through the SeiititieTs reply. Admitting the iiremUe, the conclusion woulJ bo correct ; yet as the construction placed upon the article in point was reasonable and' fair, we can . perceive, on ref...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1855

Meclito imttmel let u elin$ to the Constitution as Uiu mariner clinm to lb Um plank when the uitit mud tiiti wiupesl cKue round aim." V SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 7, 1S53. For the Stat Sentinel. Abolitionism No more Slave States. Abolitionists, who are the principal political disturber of the country, contend that no more slave territory shall be acquired, and that "no more slave States shall be added to the Union " that the Fugitive Slave Law shall bo repealed, and that the International Slave tho feelings and act of all sincere men, but he believes men can bo blinded, and do much evil while trying to do good. He believes Abolitionist and their counterparts, the oces- sionists of tho South, need watching. Neither party has as yet done any good, and by accideut they may never do any harm; both sides are trying to throw dust in the -RiVwo5't Magazine on Lortf Palmerston. Blackwood's Magazine doubts whether Lord PatiiER3T0H is "the right man in the right place." Palmerston the favorite of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1855

TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, ltS3 Henry Clay on the Subject of Slavery. It is well, now and then, to look to the opinions of the departed great. The people of Indiana remember when Clax passed through the Sute, ia October; 1312, and had a feitival-reception here. Iudeed, hU progress through the whole Sute wm a triumphal march. Al Richmond he made his famous Mesdeshaix speech, one of the very best lie ever mJ. I" those days it was not ne cessary to be a Democrat in order to speak and write rationally on the subject of African Slavery. But now, any nun in the free States who abjures fanaticism on that topic, in a Democrat in principle, whether he calls himself so or not; for the great question of the age Li, Reason or folly on the subject of Slavery and the Democrats have the side of reason. The sentiments of the sage of Ashland, which were received with so much ap plause, could not be uttered now except in a Democratic meeting. Any man, out of the ranks of Democracy, who advocated them,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 12 July 1855

( i w y y i v Y had been s for a few hours: it ffifffellT UtlHfL that stole till a jury could be s jutuiy uut cuuutu Atl0o.clockCoronerJ. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 13. CHANGE. swm BT HUT t. LMDKaJHM. Chang 1 coeval wiUi Adaiu'snUIWho exchanged, alast for an apple b ad, Then adopted the mask li aa ancient affair Javeowd at rt by ihs primitive pair. To b.Js the deep t-Vuat of transgression, Whea to Juice of me fruit they ventured to sip, Left an ineffaceable stain on the Up, ' That made the guilt; confession. The primitive pair, with their logic tad leave, Who ius end of cokwnwdl; binding thlr sheaves. Strayed atVr forbidden pleasure, From Edeu thrust out by that t-t of tin, . Their t read by Uie sweat of their brow to win, SsMined a chancre sever beyond moaure. Changs! Change! with iuthrillin? chime, K.n;nig uverily, r moumlully toning, restless taenia, lull ot changing shocks, At the human breast forever knock - .. ... .... at .nkm undoes the lock. Ulltt IIS lTJMii5 l'"" ' , r . ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1855

) T 1 1. v r 1 TT A T T A v - I AM AC 1 5 ; Mm. A NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER, J. C. WALKER & T. B. IIOLCOMDE, EDITORS. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 1 rJ rmi i 1 i 1 i Hi T I o WEEKLY EDITION JfOR THE COUNTRY. AT TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. IC. AY. COTTOM, PUBLISHER. VOLUME XV. IKPIAKATOHS, IiDIAiA, THURSDAY MORIVIiyG, J PLY- 2C, 1855, Mceuli) Sentinel PUBLISHED EVEBT THUBSDAT MORNING OX A MAMMOTH SHEET, AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAH, 1XVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Jfy Addrew, Pot-pald, WALKER A COTTOM, Indianapolis, ln.l. J. C. WALKER, Proprietor. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1855. OCT" Mr. Vaile inquired if, after the report of this committee were presented, it would be in order to present additional resolutions to those proposed by them. He thought the voice of the people, which was to W expressed through this Convention, was of vastly more importance than any speeches that could be made, and it was far better that time should be consumed,' if at alt," in the selection of a committee thaniu ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1855

'let n elWijr tr the Constitution s the mariner cVimt U) the Ut .lnk when the night ami tUo ieiiipeUlo.around llni." SATURDAY MORMNO. JULY 21. IsT". Sixteenth Commencement of the Indiana Asbury University. The Classes of this Institution were subjected to the usual ordeal of a public examination on the 9th and 13thdays of July, in"clusive, conveying the happiest impressions to the assembled auditors. The Anniversary exercises of the Platonean and Philological Societies were fraught, we are told, with much that was beautiful, and attended with incidents of thrilling interest The Platone- an Society was addressed on the evening ol the 17th inst by an Alumnus of the Institution, lion. Jahes Harlan-, the young and talented United States Senator elect, from the State of Iowa. In Mr. II.'s a I dress which, it is said, was one of great beauty and elegance, the legal profession was ally defended ajunst the aspersions not unfrequently thrown upon it by the Clergy of the country.who too often...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1855

TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 21, Identity of tie Fusion and Abolition Parties. We have the unvarying testimony of the Journal of this city, the central organ of the Fusion party, that the resolutions of 1S54 embody the doctrines of no more slave territory and no more slave States. Tho resolutions of this veau" are the same in every particular with the emission of a single phrase which omission, adds strength to the Aboli-tion-racaning of the platform. Thj wonls omitted this ycar'are these, "into territory secured to freedom by that Compromise" after the words "further extension of slavery." This is very significant as an indication of the intention of the framera of the resolutions not to admit slavery into any of tha territories, and, of course, to have no more slave States. That the platform embodies this doctrine is a proportion not necessary for us to prove. The proof is at hand in the editorials of the leading paper of the Fusion party. On the 11th of July two days lefore the Conventi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Indiana State sentinel — 26 July 1855

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2o, CC7"Of the following piece from Tinkneys' roem. the Reviewer in tho "North Amrri- axon," says : "If he lio reads it is a lover already, it will make him love the more, and if he is not, he will determine to become one forthwith. There U a devotion and delicacy alout it, an ardent and at the same time respectful and spiritual passion breathed out in it, which must ins'irn for it a ready admiration." A HEALTH. 1 It'll this cup to one niada up Ol loveliness alone ; A w ninan of her gentle sex ' 1 he seeming paragon ; To whom better element AdI kindly star have given, A form o lair. still like the air. 'Tt less of earth than he;ivii. Her every tone 1 music's own. Like triose of morning birds. int something more than melody - Dwell ever in her words; "" The ooinsir of her heart are they, Ami from her lips fncti Bow. A M msy see tli- burdened bee Forth issue from the rose. A flections are a thoughts to her. Th measure of her hours ; H'r feelings have the fragra...

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