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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 September 1851

rl VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1851. NO: so. li It TIMES BY CLAEK H. GREEN. PVBt.ISIIED EVERY THURSDAY MoHNINO. Ojfia on Water Street, Up Stain, nrrt toor to the Glasgow Hmue. TERMS $2 In AJvance $3 At the End of the Tear. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or loss, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorised Agents. V. I?. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorised Afretit for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Andrew J. HERsnort. Huntsvillc W. R. Samuel, U. II. Burckhart. Bloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Linnetis Cari.oj Boardmax. Cambridge Joiiw II. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines & Co. HENEY CLARENCE: On, THE F IKST F ALL "Have you heard the news," said Emma Stevens to Jane Marvin. "Emily Walters is engaged to Henry Clarence." "Well," said the young lady addressed, "I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 September 1851

THE TIMES BY CLAEK H. GREEN. fCILtSRED EVERY THCRSDAY MORKIKO. OJlet on H'attr Strict, Up Stairs, ttt door to the Glasgow Hmit. T E B M 8 92 Id Advance $3 At the End of Hi Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertising. II per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers, Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for thin paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Huntsville W. R. Bamcel.G. H. Bcrckhart. Bloomington Thomas G. Sua Fir. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Cambridge Jons H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Hines U. Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Horning, September 25, 1851. Keytesville Mail. The Bnmswicker, in an article on the subject of the Keytesville Mail, finds fault with us for saying "in a certain contingency, the fault (of a failure of the Keytesville mail ) must be with the Bru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 September 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1851. St. Louis Correspondence. St. Locis, Sept. 20, 1851. That "German parly," wliioh but a few weeks ago, was going to swallow up every other ism, and be the great sole lead ing ''democratic parly of progress," has been for some time assuming the phase of an ob solete idea; but the recent letter of Gov. King, lecturing the Dutch on morality and disapproving of Sabbath-brcnkilig, Sic, lias incensed a portion of that class of our pop ulation so much, that we would not be sur prised if Bocrnsteiu's great idea were re suscitated. If Gov. King speaks by the cord, and his sentiments are those of his party, why then the Democratic party is not sufficiently disorganizing, radical and revo lutionary, for the Bocrnste'm Germans. If that party expects to retain the support of these gentlemen, it must ongrave on its platform, abolitionism, atheism and agrarian ism it must advocate the "largest liberty," break through all restraints, social...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 25 September 1851

1 1 I GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1851. The Contrast. v request i hav ! sought 'round thin verdant earth for unfading t have tried every source of mirth) but all, all will cloy Lord bestow on me, grace to set my spint fiee, Ihine the praise shall be mine, mine the joy. 1 have wandered in mazes dark, of doubt and dis. tress, 1 have not had a kindly spark my spirit to U)crr; Cheerless unbelief filled my laboring soul with grief; What shall give relief; what will give peace. 1 then turned to thy Gospel, Lord, from folly away. I then sought thy holy word, which taught me to pray, Here I found relief, weary spirit here found peace Hope of endless bliss eternal joy. I am a stranger and pilgrim here in this w orld of wo; But I find my Redeemer near, as onward I go; Jesus is my friend, he'll be w ith me to the end And from foes defend, my journey below. I have heard my Redeemer say, his promise is sure, He has taught me to watch and prajy all hardness endure, Jesus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 October 1851

VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1851. NO: 31 An Hectioneercr as is an Electioneerer. Decidedly t lie greatest election eerer we liave ever met with says the Memphis Enquirer, is Daniel R. Russell, Union candidate for Auditor of Mississippi. We heard hira ad dress the multitude at Hernando some weeks ago, and with such in finite good humor and effect, that we shall be much mistaken if his ten minutes speech there does not turn hira out as many hundred votes. Russell's plan of electioneering is to deal with the 'sovereigns' with the most blunt frankness discarding ev ery particle of blarneying humbug. The North Mississippi Union sketch es below his speech at Jacinto. It is n capital sketch of the spirit of his speeches, though not up to the orig inal, either in dignity or bonhommie of manner. We give it however, as affording some idea of his 'way' of getting along. Ladies and gentlemen: I risebut there's no use of telling you that.you know I am up, as well as I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1851. THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. rUBUSIIED EVERY THURSDAY MOSNINO. OJict on Water Sired, Vp Stuir; next door to tlx KrUUgOW riuuJe. TERMS f3 In Advance $3 At the End of tlx Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertisinsr. f 1 per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In- ertion, ana Mttv Lcnis ror suosequem one?. Liberal deductons to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. P. PALMER, tlie American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in nosron, new rom ana rniiaucipnia cmcs. Favettc ANnnr.w J. Hkrndon. Hu'ntsvillc W. K. Samuel, U. II. Ecrckhart, Bloomington Thomas G. Shart. Linneus Cahlos Hoardman. Cambridst John H. Grove. Chillicothc W. C. Samvel. Milan SriniLxs, IIises & Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, October 2, 1851. OSjckness in our establishment has : nrevented us from eiviner uroner attention to our paper this week. We ore under ob ligations to our friends of the "Banner,''...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1851. St. Louis Correspondent) of the Times. St. Lot-is, Sept. 27,1851. The Governor's letter to the Cuptoin of one of our German Military Companies lia neen the theme of considerable comment through the press, and, as I predicted, has stirred up a good deal of "wrath and cab bage" among the Dulch. It is considered by our citizens generally, German as well as American, a well merited and timely re buke of indecent and lawless practtces; but those persons for whom the letter was in tended, wrilho under the tortures it has in flicted, and considering that they have al ways been pure and unadulterated demo crats, and zealous supporters of Gov. King, a thrust from such a quarter was unexpect ed, one is regarded by them as unkind and ungenerous. It also placed of the Benton men here, the 'Uninn," in a very awkward dilemma, from which it has astempted to escape by condemning the tone of the Gov ernor's letter but excusing him on the groun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1851. A HOME PICTURE. BY FRANCES D. CAGE. Ben Fulier had finished his hard day's work, And at in his cottage doorj His gaod w ife Kate sat by liis side, And the moon-liglil danced on the floor; The moon-light danced on the cottage floor, Her beams were clear and bright As when lie and Kate, twelve years before, Talked love in her mellow light. Ben Fisher had never a pipe of clay, And never a drain drank he: So he loved at home with his wife to stay, And tlicy chatted right merrily: Right merrily they chatted on, the while Her babe slept on her breast While a chubby rogue, with rosy smile, On hisfather's knee found rest Ben told her how fast his potatoes grew, And the corn in the lower field: And the wheat on tlie hill was grown to seed, And promised a glorious yield: A glorious yield in the harvest time, And his orchard was doing fair: His sheep and his stock were in their juiiue, His farm in good repair. Kate said that her garden l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 October 1851

VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1851. NO: THE WIDOW'S WILL. BV REV, A. M. SCOTT. It a bitter isigtit. The snow had been falling in fleecy flights during the greater portion of the day, and the cold was so intense that little business of any kind had been prosecuted by the industrious and enterprising citizens of the vilhgo. Night had succeeded day. The snow and sleet were still descending, and the spirit of the storm seemed to howl around the house, and through the fields and orchards and forests, and among the distant mountains. Mr. Rowland had returned home from his couniing house at an earlier hour than usnal. Supper had been served, and the family had gathered around the sparkling tire. 1 he children bad been put to bed m i nn adjoining apartment, ar.d the infant was sleeping in the cradle under the immediate notice of its mother. Mr. R. was reading a newspaper, and as the fi ful blast muaned around his commodious dwelling, hi would make some remarks relat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1851. THE T IMES BY CLARK II. GREEK. rvnT.mir.D rvi-RY TucnsnAY iMiutfiNn. Office on W'akr S!ml, Vp S'air, iu.d iuer to (.' TEEMS f2 In Adv.nro At the laid of the Year, SI 111 Advance to Clubs o 20. Fates cf Advertising. 11 per square of llinesor Icy.-, tor the 1'itrt In sertion, and Fo!y CeMs for Mili.-Tijnrn! o:.. s. JL.:b.a: .t! Ucil.ictau' 1o tariv Advertiser?. Ari'Scriicd Agents. V. 13. PA!A!Kli. American Newpiiprr A?ent, i.s the oelv atuhored A:,au fur this paper iit'Bo-ton, ."Vow Voik and rh'.l.uietphia ci.it.s. I'aycllr Asnnrw J. Hkiiniion-. H:inNvi!!c W. U. Samvi i.. ( II. ljnii;iiAr.T. liloomingtnn Tuovv G. Snutr. Linnetis C.viit.os IIoviipm n. Ciinhridgc .loi'V II. Gaovr, Cli'llirotlie V. C. Swcci.. Milan fTKriiKSs, Him:s Jc Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, October 9, IGjI. Minctes. The "Minutes of the Mount I ricusaul Association of United Haptisl-.," j tire ready for delivery. These for Chari-; ton, Biiiuswii k, U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1851. St. Louis Correspondence of the Times. St. Louis, Oetolier 4, 1851. Tho controversy about (ho "Dutch Af fairs," is still rngint? ia the newspapers, though every braly is heartily tired of it, and would be willing for tho "Dutch"' to retire in triumph on "Kraut mid 13icr." The 'Union,' in order to avoid a participant y in the mutter, perhaps, has taken to writing long articles eulogisirg the Mormons. It is quite possible, liov, ev.'' this is a shrewd stroke of policy on the purl cf that paper, anticipating the re-union of the Di m :cr;;!io parly, when it will he umjuoslioliably thrown overboard, and the "Times" adopted as the organ of the unite J, it is desirous of building up an inlercst somewhere upon which it can retire for support and sympathy in the hour of adver-i!y. F.ii'orts have been made to reivc the Cu ban fcelinrr among the people. One Mr. Judson, better known as Ned lluntline. for merly a man of some standing, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1851. From the Louisville Journal. THOUGHTS OF THE PAST. BIT ROSA. Brmif music, for it fill my soul With rapture and delight, Let roses crown the flowing bo. 1, And we'll be gay to. night! Ye, gay! nlthongli a mournful tone Is lingering in my heart, Anil dreams of joy, forever flown, Within tny bosom start. On with the ilincc! yet oh, prolong Each melancholy note, For n aiiil l the glittering throng Their plaintive numbers float, I feel a wild, strange tin ill of joy While j et my heart W sad, And memory would the smile destroy, Which teemed but now so glad. As summer breeze lightly lest Upon a calm, clear laUe, And scarce upon it placid breast The silvery vipples wake, These thoughts of sadness and ef hli Come sweeping gently by, Soft as the Tiinn.i. op love's ow.t kiss, And mournful as Its sigh. But summer-brerze perchance may The spirit of the storm, wake And every ripple on the lake An angry billow form, at first Thin saddened t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1851

'1 VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1851. NO: nn. j. a. lewis, OFFERS his Professional services to the public. Office at present, in the Drug Store of Messrs Dieires & Co. Glasgow, August I t, 1851. DR. M. J KI CKER, WILL attend to the various duties of his pro fession with promptitude and fidelity. Jr Office at the Olaseow House. Glasgow, August 21, 1851. CAED. DOCTORS' VAT7GHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, fcc. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DEY GOOES, BOOTS AND SH0E8, Hats, Capt, Hard and Quansware, Xails, tje., WATER STREET, GLASOOW, MO. J. C. TKI EFITT & CO., DEALERS IN Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Corner of Water and Market street GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneua, Linn County, Ho. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ness entrusted to his care will receive promp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1851

nr rj rri T "JlJ CJ 1 Arrival of th Yachtlat and Import X Jtl. MJJ A X IT A MldtJ I ant from Kexlco-th SoTolntion Be- ST CLABJC H. G2EXN. Office on JTottf SlTwt, Up ntrt, next Wr r'o tAe Uiatgov jtnur. -till 92 In Atsjk W At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rate of Advertising. fl per (quart of lSlineior lets, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cent for subsequent ones. Liberal deduction to Yearly Advertiser. Authorised Areata, V. n PALMER, the American Newsnaner 1 t i. ,,. .nthorim) Ant for this n.in.r In Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Fayette AuriREW J. Hkrndon. Huntsville W. R. Samuel, G. H. Bcrckhart. Dloomiiigton Thomas G. SiiASr. Linneus CARtos Roardmak. Cambridge Joh H. Grovt.. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan STtr-Hr.NS, Hinei ft Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, October 16, 1951. AiinT, The Editor. Not Received. The St. Louis and N. York Correspondence for this week. Ds Witt. Capitalists, mechanics and., . Ab v-tar. nnJ lhat thev . in other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1851. STRAYS POSTED IN SEPT. TO CLERKS. Tht Stray art published tht Frst Thurs day in tach month. JVo letter taktn from tht office on which tht poslagt it not paid. JVo notices published unless thtftti art tent with them. We keep No Accounts, if is very easy to make the change, enclose Uin a letter, and pay the pottage and this must be done or tht no ticet trill not be published. 25 JVo deviation from tht above. Wt mean what wt say. Wt have no back numbers Home township, a dark bay mare, 14 hands hijjh, 9 yeara old next spring, a few while hair in the forehead, imair knot on the right fore pastern joint, tmall white mark on the back and imall wort on the jaw) ap praised to $45. JOHN P. HAMTON, Clerk. AUDRAIN COUNTY. Taken up by Samuel Bogg, Prairie town ship, a bright bay horse, live yean old this spring, 14 hands high, small star in the forehead, saddle marks, dark mane and tail; appraised to 42 60. J. B. MORRIS. Clerk. MONTGOMERY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 October 1851

1 RETURN.' ' Friend of my oul, return, return I From home no longer stray; My heart is sad I feel alone, When thou art far away. I miss thy forui when twilight hours In shades the earth are veiling) When rules the silver queen of night, Thy absence I'm bewailing. And then I miss thy nrrry laugh, Thy winning witchery all; There's none to cheer and none to hear, Or heed my spirit's call. Slow drag the weary hours along, That once were light and gay; For now the light that made them bright, Has faded from my way. And though 1 bow at pleasure's shrine, And join the festive throng: 'Tis all in vain for my Si:l Learf Still whispers thou art gone. Then come, O come thou home again, No more from me to stray My heart is sad I fel alone, When thou art far away. What is What. What is fash ion ? Dinner at midnight and head aches in the mornin?. What is wit ? That peculiar kind of talk that leads to pulled noses and broken heads. What is idleness ? Working yel low mountains on a pink subsoil; or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 October 1851

VOL.: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1851. NO: 34. Dll. J. A. LEWIS, OFFEHS hi Professional sei vices to the public. Otli'o at present, in the Drug Store of Mcssts Digges & Co. Glasgow, August 14, 1851. liii. nr. j m mca, WII.T. attend to the varion duties of bit pro fession vth promptitude and fidelity, fp" Oriice at the Glasgow House. Giaspow, August 121, 1M51. I n i i i nt a ilj I X 11 11. I JLiU LO DOCTORS' VAUCHAN' &. CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Malicine, &c, itc. Oliicc next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DZ.Y GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Halt, Capt, Hard and Queentware, A'ai7., Itc, WATER STBELT, GLASOOW, MO. J. C. TRl'EFITT &. CO., DEALERS IN Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Ccraer of Water ai'd rarkot street. GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneua, lien County, Kc. "VC TILL continue the pnct.ee of tlie Law, in V Linn and the adioinii'i: counties All...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 October 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1851. THE TIMES BY CLARK H. GREEN. PUBLISHED EVERY THCBSPAV MORNIKO. OJfict on lluhr Strrrt, L'p Stain, mrt door to the T E S M 8 $2 In Advance $3 At Ihc End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 lines or loss, fur the First In sertion, anil Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertiser?. Successful Resistance to tho Fugitive Slave Law. From the New" York Tribune, we publish an account of tlic capture, rescue, recapture, and second rescue and final escape of a slave, at Syracuse, New York. This is the third successful demonstration of opposition to the Fugitive Slave Law by the Northern Slates first in Massachusetts, then in 'Pennsyl vania, and now in New York. In Pennsyl vania the votaries of the Law r.re being made to pay tho penalty, us we trust they will bo in this hist case. The press unit public sentiment nt the North, in this in from tho Court-room, ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 October 1851

v .. . r GLASGOW yEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1851. Additional Horn by tli America. New York, Oct. 1G, p. !. The new from the Australian gold re gion, which continues to arrive, is confirma tory of previous reports fts to the extent and riches of tho mini's. Lord Londonderry lias ngnin addressed tho President of tho French Hepuhlio in reference to Abdul Kudir. Two correspon dence amounts to nothing practical. London had becu chiefly occupied with the election of civil officers. Great excitement had been caused in Liverpool by the violent conduct nf the County Court to Mr. Wliilsoy editor of the Liverpool Journal, for n fancied insult. Tho Judge directed Ids immediate arrest without even issuingn warrant; but he was subsequently compelled to go through that formality. Mr. Whilscy was final nnd sen tenced to two consecutive terms of impris onment. The iipes were paid by sub.-crip-tion. The imprisonment was commuted, and Mr. Whilscy was released. The seamen belonging to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 October 1851

' Front the WatMngton Vnion, av r. M'or.RHANY. O .ward, upwaidl be of daring! Fix the aim of effort hig'i! Earth has little wo th tlie caring Like the E ifcl i, cleave the sky! Thence look dow n on cares and troub'.es, As they crowd lift's rugged wayj Shadow?, vapors, empty bubbles, See!--they swiftly pas away! Onward, upwardl Cease repining! Sighs and tears are childish things, Where immortal light is shining, Thither speed the spirit's wings, Then the world will seem but meanly, Like a shadow far away, While the spirit moves serenely In a realm of endless day. Onward, upward, seek true glory! What, at best, is worldly fame? But the praise of song or story But the halo round a name! Would you learn its value rightly, Read the old historic pag( ; Soc how few whose namca shine brightly, Through the shadows of an age! .Onward, upward! L'fehas pleasures, But they canuot sale the sou! It will yearn for priceless treasures For a higher, brighter goa!! It will waken from its dreaming Of t...

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