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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 October 1841

L _j_i_- ? the new-york tribune, I? published every morning, at No a<i Ann street, Ncw-York. end delivered to City Subscriber* for ONE < KVT percopv. Mail Sulswsxihers, >. per mum In advance, sad the paper in no ease^oniinued beyond the time tor which it '? Sooacrip?ons tsteii lor Six Months._ Terms of AdCtrti,ing....For "">> Mttrtiltntni of TEN iints or 1**? (over six), first insertion.. ,,f> cts. do. for each subsequent insertion...... ?5 do. lor SIX iiuwrtions, or one w(mk..-..?| oU 32. for TtVENTY-EIVE insertions.. . OO Longei^dvertisements at equally taroraole rites. r~-f- Advertisements when ordered to to be continued on Abe inside alter the first insertion will be subject to he same charge as on their br?t appearance? payable u all case* in .Jvance. [Fron the l.odi Freeman.] r ? Bristol"? Niir?.rt|inrillii ,taadi unrivaled |.,r astonishing i ure?. Quite recently several c::-rm of r< markablc cure, have been effected by the use of this valu ablemedicine. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 October 1841

mmsary'- as early as possible. Did no" get into rlic office before nine, nor perhaps until ten, but am not positive as to the hour. Think I did not get the money Guess there w as but one load ol hay. While I was Lt Chippewa I was at Mr. Da? vis's, and I think Mr. Smith's. It was near the end of the bridge I saw McLeod. Lived a year and a half near Chijq<ewa. It might be ten or fifteen feet from the bridge I saw McLeod. Did r.ut know who it was that caine up and -poke to McLeod. Got borne that day about noon, ar.-l got no regular breakfast that morning but got a bite at Chippvwa. Am not positive whether McLeod ??aid / or tee, killed one of the A?d Yankees. Am sure he did not use the word ihsy. London on in the Chippewa Creek, oa the upper fide of it. It was on the same -tide as Davis's bouse that Petty lived; came from Petty's to Davis s. and there saw McLeod ; was going to the Commissary , office, or an office which they had tor pay : the Ctmmttmrft office was on thelowerside oft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 October 1841

THE TRIB?NE. SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9, 1841. ~~rr~W?v 4'ity Intrllipcite?-, New? from mrxiro. Florida und Xexaa, Ac..?rc ?,??>! Po?? XT For the convenience of those srUhinj to lend to ...a-friend, in tbe country, tho WEEKLY TRIBUNE avr he obtained ?t the Counter in wrapper?. Price C cents._ Advertisements intend.** fur Monday-, paper must Wc ?ot in thia evening bjf 10 o'clock. The office is not opcu ?n Sunday*. __ ?j* The steamboat from Albany, ? bich left yes? terday morning, iiad not arrived at 1 o'clock this ?nomine;: and owing; to our very large edition, we ?e compelled to go to press ut that hour without per report of the prix-eerling* of the Trial of Mc? Leod on yesterday afternoon. Wo have copied f ont the Sun Extra the proceedings of the fore? noon of yesterday. _ Ru.easi ?f Col. GrogaK ?The Montreal Herald of Tuesday last announces that Co] Gro .?? has been set at liberty i>y Sir Richard Jackson, on application of the United States authorities; ? He was released on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 October 1841

T H E T R I B ? N E , SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1841 From Mexico.?The schooner Byron, recent! arrived nt New-Orl?*ns from Mfitimora-. broogh $30.<>0(J in specie. She brine dates to the 25tl of August, but nearly ail the rwnitical intellig?*nc? lias been anticipated by previous arrivals. The loan etiected by the Mexicw Government "1 .$.'?00,000, ostensibly for the conquest of Texas. whs at the rate of 20 per cent. Gen. Arista has abandoned the idea of an expedition against the Curnanche Indians. The reason given this sfp i?, that the Government funds were wholly in Jiderjuate to the accomplishment of tint object. A correspondent at Matamoras says that " the sixteen prisoner., raptured some time ago at Cor? pus Christi have been ordered to head quarters at .Mexterev to --.rand their trial. .Mr. Dcmmitt is Hmont; thorn ; two others, Messrs. 5. W. Suthor Jtuid and Gray, were allowed on bonds of $3C00 each to go without escort. .Ml our arTairs arc in a lamentable state, and may ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 October 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, Is published ever.y morninj;, it No.30 Ann . New.York? and deliver) I to Cttj Suoscnoers for ONE CENT por copy. Ma.i Subscril* r?. * J p*r ai.t.um in advance, an 1 the piper Iti no cafe continueo beyond the time for whirl, it is peJd. Sabecriptioni tak.-n tor Si\ Months. Terms of Mi n ri . f. r rei * Jtfeertiu^nt of XEN l.t..r less [ove'i rlx),firstinsertion.. suet,. foi each ml ? uu< u< h-eertien.d. *'* rot SIX Insertions, orone ?;eeK....SI 3? do forT V7EXTV-FIVE fowrtfons.... 5 00 Longei Advertisements at equally favor, bb- rat-,. {a t- AdrertisemenU when ordered to to be continued ca the inside after the 11 rat'insertion will be subject to : . itne charge a* on their first appearance?payable n all cases m advance. jr w e t r i ? r \ e , MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, mi'. Wm? STATE^ci).\vi:.\iio.\. SyUaccsk, Thursday, Oct. 7. G?n. Lf.k of Washington, from the committee on Address ami Resolutions, reported as follows: The Delegates to the Whig State Conven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 October 1841

i V'rnminttion. I nvitle in the town of London, in Canada. Have :? sid'd there since B:34 ; am a native of England ; I .% rcshli d in Canada since 1834; am bO year.- ?? age, at d Treasurer of the London Dis? trict. 1 ?5, attached to ihe nural brigade at ' hippewa, 1 was acting ?i aid-cio-camp to ( apt. Drew, i not in command of or attached to any vessel, h is probable I saw McLeod during l"is k previous to the burning of the Caroline; but wbi i. oi where, or how often, I cannot say. I ne-,er spoke to him, nor did I hoar iiirn converse on the subject of the Caroline. I never spoke to him in my iir.-. nor disi he to me, on any subject, He never was in a boat with me at any tiro* what? ever. 1 do not know, nor have f understood from him, that be went round Navy Island at any time. The plan for destroying the Caroline first occurred to me on the afternoon of the 29th of December. 1837; when, in consilience of having been di? rected, either"by- Col. McNab or Capt. Drew, to observe her mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 October 1841

to Bi r-do ar.d either d.rted her there or com? pelled her to leave him. Leftdestitute and loo proud k> return to her father's roof in her f?'-ien fortunes, .he applied to McLeod for advice or as? sistance, and was by him induced to become un in male . f his hnu.e-he le-i"? a bacheler. From the time this became known to her lather, his for? mer devoted fri.-nd.Uir. for McLeod has been changed for aa aversion ?loch a father and a man could not ?repros*. Bot this has not prevented him or his family coming forward, when they might have refused, to tell the truth which might ,&ve iheir false friend from a conviction fur Murder. The testimony will pretty certainly be closed to dsy, and I think it will consume the day. The Defence is not done yet, and the Prosecution has some more to offer. Monday will be devoted to summing up. and the Judge's charge, and I appre? hend ?e -hail not have trie verdict till a late hour in the ni^ht?after the cars have started. But, as the character of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 October 1841

F SC H OOLS. i." VI .: \ti HV-aO?Z at the Greenwich .tree ? 1 '><?? > " Greenwich street, will open thtt ere ""??-?.'> ? 'i A S rhool or Young Ladies will be open eJ ??'' - tune i I [be 1 eataie Department, ur.J^r tb superior*! .-? .. ?t Mum Pratt. Terra? moderate. A ' '?- ??>' i : I.Kin i.iu receive iaatraetioa froat 3 to ' o'< leak-, 5* M. N.B i :'.tore papita can be reeeired in the Dav SchooL ol ha* N. ('AMI*. Principal. L'VKMM; tt.YX *(' ii OU I. ij Classical and Contraercial rnsthnte, 551 Broadway! A NEWMAN Principal. Terms from $3 tn-S? in the evening, and from $to $10in the day school for the Ei'C lish branches*, and from >t t.. $3 extra f.>. the loMg^ages French and Banish taught b> Professor BASSET. Pu? pils admitted at any time. Unquestionable re&reoees K'vca._ ln * e.\i.n-i. a.Ms itw acH?oi') tj Ml Cnnrel., Seventh street, ?> few vV'IV I.-\V. v Third Avenue?A. NEWMAN ?nd D. BLACKMAiX, Prim ipal?. Term*, from .?:! to $C per garter in the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 October 1841

BY 6REELEY v\: McELRAI H. ,r:?.VOIil?.ii ES!JV? WOBSIAU OCTOBER 13. F?.3?:. ONE GENT THE lVEW-YORK TRIBUNE, Is published erery morninp, ?; Nj. ?i .*?"? ....... New.York, und' d.livere-! V- ' S>i>m-nl'i-is for ONE CENT per copy. V.ail Subscriber? ?I per ? ... a. m advance, an-! the paiserinao cajs-eoisdnued ! .. the time for which it f* paiJ- SaMcnpuoui tiien tor Six Mouths. , ..?.?'. , _*Vr eecA JttherHsement of T- - i ! .v , first/nsertion.. 30 cts. ... ... ni in* rtien.. ??? " ? - v ?: ?????? " ?'* k ? "J *>? i ru'KXI '. r'tVE insertions.... ."? OO Longer Adrertisenmnts at tonally iarortMe rates. '- *? idi . meats when ordered to to be eontinned e- the inside after the lirst insertion will be sut.j.-ct to hr tame barge t> on their first appearance?payable :, -.!! cases in advance. Tl E T R I B1 N E, ji iS|>.\V MORNING, OCTOBER 12, TRIAL OF ALEX McLEOD. [Reported for the Tr.buac.j <;?!: Day-Close <>l tlu> Testimony. Sati anxv.Oct IS M. Plait Smith, (sworn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 October 1841

i li .-. i s i BUN E. TUESOA. MOP. OCTOBER 12.1841 XT " ?orae V. big; " arc inforased1 th.t, wbile ?t con cur :r. m mc ol ? .?? t..:;- nu of their c.nimauication, ?< regard it> gen spirit with loathing. \Vii?? a poblica ? u.:ii..v !-- , , tow aad tnarceoaryaga\meaatba eiii.i- a ... .;. we ?ball abandon it ?Iiogelher. XT ?V? j, ?, ...ir last pare , etmmuDieatiMiross a hiyhl. reiF-friend, treating of t!.e .Inference be? tween cerMia citizen* of Albauy and tbe Director, of the Mob.-k ana Htldson R?ilrnad Conspany. WetWrt tin. aa pertainiue t. aqofstion of public interest, on wb.ca wehaveootlaken aride. Our colum-u are open to a? briefuitauniectol facu.in equal good ??per, tba other party. _ rr-p xb? S:a-c Election!) in Pxnsstt.vasia ant! Ohio take place . tc-day. That ir. Ntw-jkr-ty commences t< ley n I cloaea to-morrow, evening. V?'.- trail the Vihigs New .1. rsey will maintain their ascefrcjam no : obly asserted arid vindicated in the bartf-S n r.t com? sis of l?-t year. In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 October 1841

i ? ?pi from tb*.C.ti Priso.v.?On Saturday .fiernoon, a young Englishman named James I ulmmjns, who had been convicted of picking ..... if Mr. P-t-r L ?f':!.! ird. at the Fulton ijjrkct, and sentenced to the State Prison for -*> rears, effected hi* escape from prison in this city, .j ? : , ii ted it. the same evil with a mnn oedShaw, charged with burglary; ami Shnw's ?-. see her husband, the cell Jour was enr(J to let them converse, when Fit7*innnons, vstching a favorsdsle momeat, when the keeper's . jtjon was elsewhere directed, slipped out of .....glided down the stuirs, across the yard, -u.dthrot.gh the front office, passing two keepers, tod thence into the street, ar.d escaped. His . . ? y. as discovered five minutes afterward?, and ,! pursuit made, but without avail. LAWYERS' DIARY.: ..October 18. |',;i>M?'i C.MM?S P|_E?> t'otkT-Tlli* Day?10, . - l.i, 132. lit, 1.4, la,. 13?, 127. 4s, 'Ms. li luvr\l?>u*r op tub Circuit Court- This Day?34, ?, 36,51, 70, 71, 73}, 74, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 October 1841

THE itAll.RO?D CONTRUTEltSY. ?lb_!TV, Oct. <>. IS*H. To At Edi or of the TriluM : De a it Sir: Th ? Si commenced ronning In twci r; A ...;:sv :,:,<; S ?.r-idyVm M >t:<5ay the '-'"' of September, and in one week carried over th Road, I I,passengers; the following week the carried 2,123, rn iking a total of 3,8094 passengei wbiek thej drew from the Railroad in 11 days. I addition in ?i_i the Agents of the It. K. Co. Jbav Leen Helling tickets ut from '?'> to 4s. each, wlnl- ? each of the offices in Albany, SchenectaJy and Utici shilling* i-* demanded. How much has beei sacrificed by the Company in this manner is no known, probablj several hundred dollar*. Allov it to be but S30 a day, snd it would amount t. *4-?'U. Add to which 3.80__ pa-Mengers at 6s and it gives a total of 53,277 32. Beside this they have in their employ, over and above thei tistjul number of Agents and Runners; not Ie?s it i believed than ISpersons at an expense of $ I a day which would add ?210, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 October 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, f. published every morn inc. at No. 30 Ann t*}rrt, New.York, nn<l delivered ;? City Snb?criberi for O NE CENT pexcopy. Mail Subscfuters, $*. per UJnOS" i" advance, and the paper in DO cut rontinued beyond time for which it i? paid- Subscriptions ujieo for Six Months. _ ?e, ,. tr'i\ing_Fir rn. ,1.!rn titrwirnl of ifpy iirH less 01 i i six), first insertion.. SO cts. fui each subsequent insertion. " ? SI A one weeh ...SI AO ,v ! >i TWEN TV FIVE insertion. ... 5 OO honeei A !?? eitisetnents at equally fa'orvble rati-s nrt. \ Ivertisementa when ordered to to be continued tB tdc toside ?fter tin- first insertion will be sut.j.s-t to a? tune charge as on their first appearance? pa> aide ill csjri in advance. Til E T R I B ? N E, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13. I.HTHt from Mr. Cf.av.?The friends ?i" ilt.NKvCl.av in Kentucky, where their name is Legist), invited him to a great festival on the 7th insL at Lexington. Mr. Clay declined it in the following manly le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 October 1841

^" THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 13. 1841. XT Fora I.etiii from ."tlr. ?"!ny, Vnmma. ry of the Xew Ceaassa, ISiatory of Chris? tianity, dL c- ????? I- ir?I P?se. ?<" For a further Chapter of Barnnbr Ktltl.tr, mtt Taut Pdjc THE LAW OF RAILROADS. Our readers arc aw are that the Kditor ?f ibis paper wit anionj the large number of Editors, Re porters and Agents of different jotirnels who re paired at an earl] day to I'tn-a to report the pr>> - eedieg* on the Trial ofMcLeod and forward there at swiftly as possible to our several offices. We went there ready to enter into any arrangement which might be deemed expedient for forwarding with extra speed those proceedings to this City, and in undoubrir/r confidence that, after the dis aaiisfaction created on a former occasion, ttie Ktiil road Companies would he cnnful to afford, or at least to offer, equal facilities to all the journals in? terested. Our surprise and disappointraent may therefore he in.: L'im d on learning tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 October 1841

LAWYERS' DIARY October 13. jy(. Notes l-su.- Common Pleas f..r October. ' aauM of Common Pl.:as Cocxt?Tbl? Day? 1*0, . 12? Kd 125, 12G, 1*7. i-. 34a", Ii? 85, W, n . Cai cnoar or the Cik, l i r Ci tf?t- This Day?6 ', ?j, olSJ .9.26,28, M< f5- -?6, Cr*. ? l.eOj. H, 80, 8?, 67. *..rtIIOR Cocrt ru cMijm-Tin? Day? ad. 21, 25, .fT* II-'. US. 31. 1.9. 31.18, 39, 71. 97 37. b?, .. im ICO, 161, 112, ics, lt;:t, 10t, 165, 1??. 167, 170, Ci'.n I-iitflliflrnce. Reported for Tue Tribune. ?, sessions, October li.? Before lae Recorder, .j judges Lyutli and Nonh. imQ^jB Graat wa* tried for a robbery m the rtr?t do . c. - 'l bl?h??ay robbery. s.sHulting and terribly '.. 3>. Snlii.-> Curtis, of Nu. Ii C Van. k >tr."et. on the taftbe27th August laat,iaCaual street, near Broad* L and robbing loin ?f bia watch, ..ud pan of hi* gusrd srrlli a#l. which was broke* oil bi. neek, ami Mr Curtis deposedthat be >.n* rir.-t f,1 >?? . rtadfalij beaten by ? gang of fellows, corner ' Canal ail'1....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 October 1841

B A R N A B Y R [J D E. & Xeto CS'ojtlt b? lio? CHAPTER LXI. On thus .umi' ni^ht?(-venu so crowd each other in convuJsed at;d di-tracted time?. that more than die stirring incidents of a whole life often be? come compressed into the compass of fotrr-and twenty li.uir?on liiat same night. Mr. Han lale, bavin's strongly houtid the prisoner, with the as sutance oi the sexton, and forced him to mount his horse, conducted him to Chigweli; b< nl uponpr/t? curing a convey a.nce \a London from that place, and ran villi? him at once before a Ju-lice. Tie disturbed nate of tie- town would I*-, be knew, a a suft^cient reason fur demanding iV mmderei committal to prison before daybreak, u- no man could answer for the security of any of the watch houses or ordinarv places ?f"detention : and to con vev a prisoner through the streets when the mob were ajtain alnoud. would not only he a tusk r>! great danger and hazard, but would be to ? i.-li? ierte mi attempt ut rescue. Directing the se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 October 1841

1/1/-1 A I - ' M ? - . ivi BY GREELEY *v McELRi i H Eg ga y 21 LI 9 1 11. i i 11 XJ 1 OFFICE NO. 30 ANN-STREEI PitH i ONE CENT. i -1 ORK. i Iii Siv.Oc'A I TflE LVEW-YORK TRIBUNE ?nblUhed ??very morning, at No. SO Ann cwt, New.York, arid delivered 'o 1 ity Subscribe SrONX <T.\T per copy, Mail SubscrirJers, $4 Ir-iim ir. advancc, and tne ;is|'-r id no case continue* Soiid the time for which it ? paid. Subscrip taken ior Six -Months._ TVn?? rfMrtrtintOi.... t<r rr..-h Mmrtiunitnt of or less fovei ?.x),firsl insertion.. .">(?. ?, for etch subsequent insertion. 35 ?? mi SIX in* rtii as, oi one week... SI 3?? to. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 3 OO Longer Advertisements at equally favorcble rates, jvi. Aitvertiwmenti when ordered to to be continued intj.Je after the first insertion will be subject to he same charge as on tln-ir first appearance?payable s ill cskiin advance. From t he Tol EVENING. Thf evening star now sparkles bright; Full shines the rising moon : And fieetly fade...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 October 1841

Tli E T Kl BONE. THURSDAY MORNING,- OCTOBER 14. TT Our readers of l.uerurj i*>tes essentially will save been constrained to txerci.-e fnrb. areuee during th* last leu day*, owing to the length of our report* of Mc Leod's Trial, They ?il| obsorve that * t are no* doing our be*t to msk>- them compensation. ; For ? The Friltr'a Volley.' n ml*-, and ' Evrning,' u Poem, ace First Pegu. TT For the last recei red rbnpterof ' Bar nnb> Kinljf ? nl.-, 'The llualrr'ii *>?"?>' t?y Percival, aet- I.rus. Pngr. The Tkul of McLf.OD terminated on 1 ues day, a, was gem-rally expected, with a verdict of Sol Guilty. Mr. Jenkins closed his summing up for the prosecution at Jr o'clock on Monday even? ing. The Attorney General for or,u hour in an ar? gument on the Notional considerations interposed, ur.d in support of the proposition that the killing of Dorfe?- was rot a MatJer. The Court then adjourned. On Tuesday morning he resumed, am) spoke four hours and a half in review of the testimo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 October 1841

OUR NORTH-EASTERN BOUNDARV. Cor.-i?i"-nd< a c of the Portland A?!v rti er HoiLtox, i-rpt. 17, 18 I1 f"r>m Fredericktnn I look ti e stage !??: Wo?d ,t.wk. a distance of ti? miles. Tue mute is on tireiv upon tin1 banks of the river over ? weil-inur!s< road constructed by the Government. The bonks of tho river no* become more hilly, but its bed is adorned the whole distance with very rich and live islands, arid in many places there are wide tracts of inlet vale bordering the ?tream, which afford-finecrops ot grass and rrain. Tno princi? pal productions upon this river are hay, potatoes and wheat" n?t enough wheat, however, is grown to supply the inhabitants with bread. A consid? erable quantity ot tlouris impoite.l from t'tie States, the price being about $1 50 a barrel above that of yur markets: the duty is 40 cents. I think, a bar? rel Potatoes ate worth from -10 to CO cents ; this vear the average is higher in consequence '?! short Cr-ips The quality is superior to that of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 October 1841

I tu. i ike J >k-u lor 1843. I! i N T I N G S 0 S ii. ?.Y j. c. rctctvAL. Oil' see how the red-deer Loundeth. As lie hears tiie born in the taornine . He leap,, is the blas! resoundeth. In ins flight, die hunter corning. And away, away, oh ! awav. He rleeu through the fores; drear , T is more wild freedom's play. Than :t,e hurried speed of fear. He leaj.s, as the blast resoundeth, In his flight, the hunter bc irning . And away, awav be boundeth, Ar i.-- berirs tbe horn in the morning. Then oho! uiio! oho! Away 'j chase ::.e deer? Oho ! oho ! oho ; The free, the free are tie re. And on, through the forest rleeting. He biea to the r?ck built fountain, And bears but the echo, retreating To tiie dells and glens of the mountain. He stands by the welcome spring, And looks in tbe mirror below? When, hark ! through tbe gre-ri wi.od ring The born and tbe loud ono! H?- imps, as the blast resoundeth; In bis flight, the hunter scorning ; And away, away he boandeth, As tie hears tue horn ia t...

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