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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 June 1869

,atst by Telegraph, Foreign Newsa HAVANA, May 25. Gen. Dyer assumed duty as chief of ordinance at Havana, on the 24th. The following official account of the landing of fllibusters in the Eastern department has been made public: 700 men disembarked on the night of the 16th, in the Bay of Nipe, and took tosses1ion, mounting six guns and tortitying "three houses. They re mained."nndisodvered thirty-six hours. Captain Mesco attacked them with 120 men, using bayonets, stormed one of the houses, and captured a flag, but was finally obliged to retire-his am munition- giving out. The'fillibusters loest 60 killed and 160 wounded; the Spaniards had four killed. The Beu ra adds: The filibusters fired three cannon shote into the steamer Marsel la damaging her hull and tigging. The flag captured by 'Qaptain Loso was inscribed, "Rifle Ros Libcrtad." and was presented by "Amelia Casa nova." It is now said the troops took the six guns and turned them against the fillibusterers, and spiked the guns ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 2 June 1869

Song. BY Jl-ttO.LOW. In the nigitt she toli a story, In the night. and all night through, 1 hle t he moon was in her glory And the branches dropped with dow. 'Twas my life she toll, and round it Rose the years as from a deep; In the wot id's great heart she found it, Cradled like a child asleep. In thle night I saw her weaving U y the nisty moonbeam cold, All the weft her shuttle cleaving With a sacred thread of gold. Ah : she wept me tears of sorrow, Lulling tears, so mystic sweet: Then she wove my iast to.norrow, And her web lay at my feet. Or my life she mado the story; I must weep-so soon 'twas told I But your name did lend it glory, Aud your love its thread o' gold. A Thrilling Incident. The follow incident is extracted from a very interesting paper in Bentley's Miscellany, entitled "Hours in liudoostan." The cobra copella jo said to he one of the most veno mous species of serponts in the East, his bite being attended by almost incf mt ileath We had been playing all the even io...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 June 1869

r"ofm OWN ~ --* * a .. ~ ~ D 1sportes, Williams & o., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, industry and Literat VOL. 11.1 WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MONIN, J 9 38g [NO. 49 Tj1 I I ,. PAIRFIELD HERALD IS rInMI.:19IF.) WKEL.Y nY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & O. Te1rm.-Ti K II aALD is pUilislIr Week ly in I he Town of Winnsboro, at $3.00 n eareahly in advance. Ild" All transient advertisements to bo plil in aivance. Obit tuary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per Tiho Milden's Prayer. She roq e "p from her delicious sleep, And put away her soft brown hir, And ii a i tine as low and deep, As Itve's first whisper, breathed a pray. Her ,wnow.white hands together pressed, Ier blue eyes sheltered in the lid, The 1*,b l linen on her breast J u:t bwelling with the charms it hid. And from her long and flowing dress Esca pei a baro ani snowy foot, Who<C stop upon the earth did press Like i sweet snowflake soft and mute Atl then from slumbers soft ani warm, . il,( a yung...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 June 1869

E FAIRFIED HERALD WINNS11U0, S. c. Wednosday Morning, Juuo 9, 1869. DW Williams & (o., Props The Nogri Majority in South Carolina. Thlc uttr apathy of' our people as to takill-- any really practical0 Step. Ioward l-iIngilig inl white iiilnigraits; t0.0 contant ciigration of our white nlative lopilation ; and the probable inmigration of llacks frIom Virginia, No.0Ji Oolilna,Kenl tucky, TennleSSe0, and'perhi.FS Georgia make us be. 4.e, 'Oh'at it will Le lore thall ton, or oven twenty yearS, before the wVhlte'i (q41 the blacks in I, umlbers in ",pth Car6iIna' J. W. D. is also wI i t ikilig.the m,ortuary btatis ties of tt city (Chhrlcston) as a stntd. a:-d fram'which to renson. On page 6, prjitnina'ry report 8th U. S. Con so le wo.ill find the following remuarlc upIou.tle death-rate of free colored people :-"Tatkng town and country t,fether tihe resultk are more favora. bc!b. Bcidcs n11,1iy sick negroes no 00110 . 1111 tho citic. such as Charler4ton, Savainnah,. Norfolk, Mo bio,; &a...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 June 1869

Latest by Telegraph. For -ign News. LONDON, June 1. Minister Motley, in replying to the address of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, was very pacific. He do precated hostilities between the two countries as adverse to the happiness. progress of civilizAtion and the best opes of humanity. Motly makes a strong point of blood alliance between the United States and England. Mot ley concluded: "My most strenuous efforts shall be devoted to the further good understanding, on the basis of enduring friendship and kindly rela tions, in accordance with the great principles of justice and honor, which are the immutable and only safe and unerring guides in the conduct of na tion.", Nearly all the journals have arti ticles to-day on the presentation ad dresses to lotley, and discuss the pro bablo future relations between Great Britain and the United States. MADHID, June 1. It is reported that the Republican members will not oppose the final vote in Cortes on the question of the future form of g...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 9 June 1869

Cleopat'n Dying. Gllr;ous vicin of lny illgic ! Rlnined by my polnilt spell, From lie world's imperinalt sttion Have I draggeil thee down to Hell ? Faleti Chietinin I UnI hroned Monarch! Lo.t through doting love for tie Yao m, hn<des or night eternni, Wings mily soul its tiight to thee I (Oums;ar shall not grace Ilk t riuipi V iI Ii proud Egypt's vn pi vo Queen Southell to sleep by aspic kisses, Soon my heart, oil lhiinc shall lean Soen iny lire. like Lotoi blossonm, Swift shiall glido oin Cliaron's stream j Cl1apetl oie more in thy embraces, 1 ve shall prove an enlless dream 1 Irns ! Charmuin ! ind my tre4Res Pliace the crown above iy brow Touch these hrliis atd :iko these kisses Anthoiy reproves not noy : Gods I my lips breathe iitoled vapors i Thoy have struck my Clarminn dead Foolish. miliol, <lust precc-do me1o WvIheroi my spirit's lord has tied ? None shall moet his smile berore ile, None withiin his arms repose; Be his heart's impassioneil fires Quenhold ipoin my bosoml...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 June 1869

Desportes, Williams & Co., roprietorsd Despores, Wiliam B Oo.>~ roprit orsA Fam ily Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Anquiry, Industry and Literature, Term s---$3 00 per A nnum , In A dvance. VOL* 11 J WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16 1869. [NO 50 TIlM, FAIRFIELD HERALD 18 PUJLASIiED WEt,KLY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & (0. Terix.-Titi 111nALn is publiuhetl Week ly in the Town of Winnsboro, at 63.0o in vereably in advuance. Ajy- All transient advertisements to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributq-: QL.OO per square. 'Tis Sweet. FtOM ION JUAN. Hand L,ord lByron written no othier linies of poelry 11han1 the followingf, they alo.e would have given him immorta anme I. 'Tis sweet to hear At midnight on Lite blue aid moonlit deep, The song and oar of Adria's aondolier, By Jismance mellow'd o'er the waters sweep: 'Tie sweet to see tie evening star appear 'Tis sweet, to listen as tie night-winds From leaf to leaf; 'tis sweet to view on high The rainbow, based o...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 June 1869

Weduosday MorniI, June 10, 1860. Desp:1 -Wi, Wf illit 4 & Co., Props A RIe of Pygmies in Fairfield. it W':i our intentien to run afoul of -6olebody's prejudices by suggesting greatter missionary elort ailong the NetroEs, but our astoniishineit at facts Ahat hiavo bec reported to us only day b,efore ye.iterday, has not subsi d ed, il! we inust unurden oursolves by .sp1 redl ing tho ne w. 'Thelcro is i raco of diiniti,iive human beings in Fa ir fi e d. We do not refer to those U PPoed to tle spread of knowledge anid I lli;ion alklong any race of intel li.!eut, Lings, white, yollow or bolaok, I nd who believo that ain inerease in int elligenee and virtue can ever injuro any po'rtion of a cotunitly. But there is a race of l1inalli einlg3 rVI. muIC A .l.v' A su.i. in f iliel d. Our reades were, doubtless, sur prised at the discvery with a iN ro. scope of : eoiIitIIily of mlitnute, sel tiont, intvlligent, and mnoral creathiros, lately iade at 'Mobilo, an avcoiunt of wholm was publishe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 June 1869

Latest by Telegraph. from Washington. WASHINOTON, June 8. Published <\etails fully corrobore the despatch of last night, except ti the radiol majority is 4,500, inste of 2,000. The night passed off qui ly, attributable to the fact that t disorderly element became helplesa drunk. This election results in t election of one negro as Register the city, an important office ; one r gro Alderman, the same as last yes and seven negro Councilmen, a go of six. The radicals swept eve ward. The Common Council are i radical, except only two conservati Al<'ermeu. 'iLo million and a quarter of see rities and money stolen from the 13 novolent Savings Fund Society, Philadelphia, April 4, have been z covered. Nearly $2,000,000 bonds were i sued to the Central Pacifio Railroi to-day. Further issues, conpletii the subsidy, will be made in a f( days. The road has $4,000,000 pledge with the Government, for a curing a first class track. WASIINOTON. June 10. It is almost certuin 1o3mtwell will px sev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 16 June 1869

(110om1 the Banner of the South J Soig. In the sunoy Iid of Dixie, I dearly love io siny. Where the mocking-birds sweet wild notes Make musical the day ; For there 1 inci, and wooed, and won, My peerless Annie Lee, Ob I her elual In this wide world, I'll neverl never see I Her eye was dark asmidnight, Like the raven was her hair, And brighter than the snowdrift Was her noe-divinely fair; Hor voice. like sweetest melody, wa over dear to mne, Olt! her iqnal in this wln world I'll never I never sce I I muse on her in (anylime. I drotam of her by night, The liket.ebs of her fairy form, Is ever in my sight ; She was hejewol of iny heart, She was all I'e world to me, Oh I her eqnal in this wide world, I'll never I never sco I But toy darlitig now Is sleeping, In the cold and ellent tomb, And miy joy is changed to wailing, And rny sunlight into gloom, Aid my anxious spirit, waiting, Is panling 14) be free, To meet her in a brighter clime, And with her ever Ie. AuOUSTA, GOA., April, 1800. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 June 1869

[Trm--$ 00 pofnumI'dvne 1 ~~~WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING UZI I6 ,. .[N O..1 -TH1TO -1. PUBLISIND WEKHILY BY DESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CO. Verns.-l& F 11FRAL-n Is pub)ishej Yek. ly in the Town or Winnsboro, at 93.00 in vareably in advance. f .ii All kransient- advertisements to be .paid in a an~fco., Obityary Noiles and tributes $1.00 per square. man.ty. sun goes up and the sun goes down, " fnd the dayand liight. are 'the same as one, .The .ear grows green and, the year grows And what is it all, when all is done ? GrIns o? pombre or shining si%nd,. Ing into oVout-of the h4nd. And men go down In ships to tho seas, And a huhdred ships 'aro'e 6 same as one; ":-And bapkwaqrdand forward bloir thebreeo, Atd what Is it pil, wk9n.ail is done? A tide withi toever a phore in sight, Mettng'steiily on W8 the night. The fisherman dtoppeth his net in the stream And a hundred,streams are the ovimo as one, And a maiden dreatneth her love-lit dream, And what Is it c', when all Is done ? T...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 June 1869

THE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, 8. C. L Welnmday Morning, Juneo 23, 1809. DeRpoAes, Williams & Co., Props The Triumph of Demooracy. Let any one compare the condition of the States of Europo now, with their condition but twenty years ago, and be cannot fail to see that the great. mass of the people exorcise far greater power upon their rulers and the character of their government now than formorly. There is John Bright in the Cabinet of England, and his be ing there speaks volumes. Spain' has managed to do very well without a king for a very long time, and proba bly will conclude to do without one altogether. In Austria and Hungary such reforms are being mado, . and such privileges extended to ..the poo. ple, that Kossuth can hold offioe, and the people are enthusiastic in their loyalty arid altogether content. The sato clection.in Prance gives notice to Napoloon, to convert his Emipire into a. on.htitutional kingdom, with a free p arl-iiiat and responsible publio ministens, o: to...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 June 1869

Latest by Telegraph, from Washin ton. mAsW~Ooo, JYune,15. Delano will require retnevAl fron -bond and a om plete. settlement of ill iqat rp pqrtani a o d bm,6 y, 11Y4of J .. ' Rocent io Janerlo letters -seem to confirm the report that Lopes has e Mahon Undet tstraitit., fnelagveges reoplpte -p-day, The printers emp held k prellminatynto . - gardiog the'"tfo t Na l1 Typopaphioal Union' he 'pid inps i4daoatq that Clap ll 4Shus taied by his iemployees.< he negro Douglass continues at the case. " The Trasury has advices of. the #dek of Feank 0uinoit, Inspector isf 0 pston o Texs, near Browns .AWlle. Jt is supposed that.he was kill 6d b.Y smugglers. Advlos has been received from Cuban sotrees of the fight between the'revolationists and Spanish troops, iest Padre. The Cubar troops, num bkig about 2,0.00,- were attaokod.in .13tenohento.by the Spaniards,- num ,,Aring , nearly -4,000. They were YfIce repulsed. The loss of the Cui bans is less than 100 killed pdm.wound ed. Thatiof the ltta...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 23 June 1869

1'4k'lingr. VO InMp Mlr I hands we ftrn and go, On, i 1)3eps (!ctoing yeaIs bet ween We ineet ngtil ; we hardly know The giosis o' loved ones long mniseen. We ol-isp nr lintids, we turn and go, Far irtivellers willi strange, hours and Tho 1ice. the forn, the voice we know, Thy come not back frotm (itie ind tears. We cha.sp 01r hantlds in loving trust; We selti on VOices o'er (le wave No haw11 Cnn reach ts-fiont the dist No voice cinn find us-in 1he grave. "Ju.st Before the Battle Nothier." Lnihorized Ver.;ion.] Jull before tille Witle Mother, Jvanny fell, un%ell; wts ailinlg Johanny, Mother, Jolk)nly couldn't tell Johnny ran away, Motijer, Praring Captaini's ire, Jo. nny oan t abie, Mother, ,earing cannoin's fire. Johnny ennic to me, Mother, tWapyn't Johnny right, Tea with lte w!ti nicer, Mother, Thin a horrid fight. Let 'ino marry Johnny, Mother, LAnd we'll bless the day, - Wihon just, beford lhe battle, Mother, Johnny ran away. c [ London P'unch. A Remjarkiablo Career, Noatly over...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 June 1869

ort6g, liams & Co. ProprietorsJ A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature0 VOL. WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAYMORNIN 'PAIRPIELD HERALD IS I'UnILSII D WEEAKLY nY W0ESPORTES. WILLIAMS & CO. Terms..-Tnic I1ftnALD) is publisliel Week ty in the Town of Winnsborj, at 83.00 in a.ealy a in advance. Ail tiTansient advertisements to be )nid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per isquaro. 40 Flowers With,ut Fruit. Prnen thn Ilhy words. 1hy Ihoughts control That o"or thee swell anl throng ; 'hey will condense Wiithin thy soul, And clnnge to purpose strig. But he who lets his feelings run In soA, kuious iow, Shrinks whoi hard set-vi-e mast he done, And faints it every woe. Faith's imionne.4t deed more ravor bears, - Where leatis and wills are woigh"d, Than brightes transports, cholceit, prayers, Which sloom I heir hour am(n faile. 0ermany -The Protestant Congresi at Worms. The important movement on the part of German Protestantism, in tended as a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 June 1869

l'HE FAIRFIED HERALD WINNSBORO, S. C. Wednesday Morning, Juno 29, 1g69. Dasportos, Williams & Co., Props J. W. D. ald Negroe Deoadenoe. The;' ry iute'oting communion tion of J. W. D., published on Tues day lat;,b6unds in suggestions with many of which we agree, but cannot be:considered, in any sense, as estab lishing his original proposition, that in. Sqqla Carolina the Nogroo majori ty woul( disappoar in ton years from 1.865, or-as refuting the considerations by: which we cowbatted that pro. posit,in. It'. is quito possible that the Negoo race may decrease in gen -9ral, and yet not .docraso in South (Crolina. J. W.1)). says nothing to that point. Ho does not deny that white inmigration to the State is inall, that white emigration is great, oni that negrooimnigration from the worp Nor thern tier of States is proba blo. Indeed, his argument that the negroos "will slide down to the coast," rather proves that they will also slide down from Virginia, Kentucky, North Oarolina qud Ten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 June 1869

Latest by Telegraph, Forign News. RIo JANlRO, June 23. The E,mperor, in assuming parliament, was silent regording the ab9lition of sla. very; ho complimented the ailed army on the Paraguayan success. IIAVANA, Jun1 26. 'I here has be, it heavy fighting again at Aux. Cays. Salnavo was (e-feated with lihavy los.. It. is rvpu rted Super. ini landtlt at Puerto Plata, ,an Domin go, an)i demands it; stirrender.. from Washington, W\VASIIIN(ITON, June 23. Fiv(- iiegroes qua!ifie I as grand jii rors. Fisher has ipinoint aw-o bailiff. Intrnal reventie receipts ovo-r half a muilhoni. I'lhe moni's (he-re3a in tlie debt is estniatcd at $5,000,000. \VASUINGTON. June 2d. Among the President's appoint ments to West Point, pronulgated to-day, is a son of Colonel Crane, of Ohio, recently killed at Jackson, Three daughters of the Rev. D. B. Nichols were on their was to school this morning, when they were inter cepted by a negro oi the outskirts of the tity, who violently seized the eld est girl, aged s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 30 June 1869

SNY CARIR M4 AY. S1eiry, dear wiem'ry, Ah'l pause In fhy flight, tOo with lite down through the chambers of ighat ; bvni thirough t-he driftings of numberless libhe jys and the hopes we buried In ''he faces that smiled hi the sweet '.ong Agn," 11a:o m1mbered their days in beauly below; WitI crush edi hearts he -hoard the Idip of -the o-r," As they drifted away to the fathomless shore. A joy that -o lovtd, and fondly deemed ours, -Just budded and bloomed and died with thie flowers; Its perfuno we gathered iR silonce and I ears, 'Tis all that 4s left from -the driftings of years. A hope we once oherished, so sweet in its birth ; wo s9t it. apart fron, (lie shadows of earthI 1ut. its altars were humnan, it drifted away, Thatteutihasl -ope that blossomed in tly. Ani nxv as we st and ; and look baok through With 'thiir .4hn1lows and sunklane, their . ,Atithes and their tears, we gatbor moto closely each iessow or truth, As drifting it. fell fAim the casket of youth. [Correspondence Chiar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 July 1869

4# $s .' .'GM $rn t W1A'r -~..&Ul4' 4~ M a. JW . q - - Pi~~ p - Ai5 l ap- IVA & Desorts, illama Ce torse A Family Payer, Devot'ed *to, SdenO, ty0 n rda VO ' 11. dWINNSBORO,S.V"gEDAESk MOR ING ULdi,J69 [NO.i3 THE FAIRFIELD HERALD is 'UII.SID WEEKLY BY {,DESPORTES. WILLIAMS CO. Ternm.-TuR HanP.nl is publio'hed Week nflih Townot Wiunboro; a 3.90 in C en& inadvance. transient advertisements to be nid in pdvnc. lObitnry Nottes and Wrbutes $;00 per 3 quare. [Original ] Jessie Walton--An Autobiograpiy. By, Zilb2c., Olt I t'e &nediory bells I the indwory Ibl' 1 ho.4 they idg this 'moro, pg. Someimessohtly and swoot1jy, as. if calllng6:the worlshippers,of Qqd to.flis holy temple ; sometimes ,l"udly. and .joyfully, as if pealing for a nerry tridal;--ibmetlmess.1owly and-tsoleomr. 'ly, as if hounding the kilell (f a de. parted ispirit Years of 1iy child hood, gone forever, never to be recall d, buried in the tomb of the- past, *ow inexpregsibly dear yo were- to 16 ; hereollecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 7 July 1869

image of one who had givtu herself to 'd kuotaer. She is free again. The o luiloig t of her wido4hood is ovey and I huve 8ought ber presene, to pItad f9r the oVe which I go fDodly 'Ope r Waay lawa." 6 if .1ttoodl &Ufre sue in #lU bUS d"k.1 #Plondor, & look 4. prayerfal entivaty burning.in his proud, maguiloont eyes, ,bis to"* full of the, most beseaolilng I tnderness, the wildest pathos. I loved him. I could not resist his fasoinitione. 'Ile opened his arms-I t gilded into them and laid my head c upou the heart that. lad never k.wWA C any other love save that which it had C borne' for me. We were married. Philip inform. ed me that hig diother was dead ; that I Josophefe had Visited England where t -her wonderful beauty had attracted 1iny sitors and finally won her the -tbronet of a duchess; that Itos, tiripidly expanding into lovely woman. -bod, *as.still at Beuna Vista, where rabw; we all reside. M lot is blessed one. The tender, W,S ful eyes of my husband, perilt %o ahidOw...

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