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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 March 1839

N O T II K ( I. O U Y O F C S A H HUT T II E W E L F A RE OF U O fll E BY If. 13. STACY- FI1IDAY, MARCH 29, 1839. VOL. XII No. 614 SVe know not to whom credit is due far llio fid lowing lijnin, which for sublimity of llioiiglit, mtd beauty of expression, wo do not recollect to have ccn equaled. It lias been written many years. HYMN TO THE STAKS. A)C, there yc shine, and llierc Imvc jhonc, In one eternal Miour of prime, ' Each rulliiij, buiningly, nlonc. Through boundles space nnd rounlless time. Ajc I there ye shine the golden dew?, "Thai paie the icalmihy fcrnpln trod; There, through on echoing vantls diffusa The song of choral woikls to God. Ye visible spirits I In ight as ei it Young Eden's birihniglil saw yn shine, On nil her flowers nnd founlnins first . Ye tpurklcd fioin die him! divine J Yes ! bright nk then ye smiled to catch The nnuicofn sphere so f.iir, To hold your high, immortal watch, And gird your CJ oil's pavilion there. Gold frcta to dust ; yet there yc nre ; Time ro...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 March 1839

United Slates could be worn llioy to ho I .told dial our government, with, 12 000 regular troopo befide c largo militia fotco. even when bncl;ed by I he built of the pen pic, war umlilc to do Hint which Mr. Prcs idem Von Duron, under di (fine! lit circuin stances, was strongly censured for nut do it' 2 I How readily and how justly cou'd Mr. Von Burcn put fiirward'lhis excuse when lie heard il told on the nutharily of r. noble duke, that even our own government, with n much larger force, ntul mnro firmly ca lobliahcd, could not prevent repeals. Admitting however that Hie intensity of feeling of dislike to the British government was as great os was tepresentcd, Mill hu bought thcro was littlo doubt as to the sincerity of the American president as re garded tlie British government. Ha felt, for bis own part very strongly with respect to any attack on the American people or government, which might put a atop to the peace that hopndy existed between this country and the United Slates, wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 March 1839

filie, and I am much nl loss in liiiow liuw liia mop cnuld hove ub'ainrd the no mo of "official," for certainly it is only an official deception to favor the British clnim. This Mop in colled by Mr. Buchanun No. 2. Pursuing northerly on the line. 5HJ miles the Iliver Liflonk, (imtiroperly cnllod HiBtook and A roost .U). To .iib.tnnltotr thin fact 1 will here observe that two aged Indian Chief were with mo at this River, who both nerrtpd that the only and true Indian name was "Lstnok." The line crosses thi river 3 miles cost of the St. John, and about 5, following the course of tlio river. About half o milo cast of the line is an t-xtrnfivo fall, and west of the line the rivur is navigable with flit boats for connderabte distance. The river "To bique,"which hat been frequently mention ed in the papers, folia in to thu east side of the St. John about 14 miles below the Lis. took. Tho line crosses the St John ot77i miles and about 3 miles above the Grand Falls in that river. At 144 Mil...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 March 1839

From tlio Now Monthly Magazine. PETEIt riNDARICS. By one of the authors of "Rejected Addresses." The Pcnny.iciie Age." 'Doctor! 'lis my opinion humbto You had nol any riylil lo grumble, Fot lio who In this penny ago can touch A shilling, gots twelve times ns much As other folks : I stato no hoax llut sinipto facts devoid ofjokca Or amphibological equivoques. Yes, sinco tlio ponny.bannor was unfurl d In this two-half iu nny, four-failhing world Ilavo wo not thousands who oro willing To place unlimited reliance, "For learning, nows and science, Upon tlio twolfth partofa shilling Have wo not penny Cyclopaedias, Tenny Magazinos, and boohs, Ponny tracts loss good than tedious For penitents of useful books And penny classics that give scopo To boys at penny schuols, and misses, . To sympathize with poor Ulysses, And his bolovod Penny-hope. With such economy, Where 01 cry cottage is a collcgo What wonder in the march of knowledge, That plougbboys understand astronomy? Cries I lodge 'How co...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 April 1839

NOT THE GLORY O F C AS S A H HUT THE WELFARE OF ROM E FRIdTy7aP RI1757T839 BY H. B. STACY- VOL. XII IVo. 615 THE MAIDEN'S BUIIIAI M'was summer, and the liiril built in llic Irco That by llto open window grew, find shed The iliadow of its green leave silently And dimly on tlio features of llie dead. Out, ever and nuoii, tlio bird would sing. And llie leaves, shaken by tlio light winds, make A sound as of low voices murmuring ; And then (ho seemed as at some whispered call to wake, As if tho lip on which we gaied, nnd lid, But fur n time, n liltlo lime, forburo Their smile of wonted playfulness, nnd did But fein icpoje, or gently plead Tor mure. The living blush hml not had time to (lco From ihe young clicek,utioc beauty tnock'd decay As, like n rose clioppeil ficli-lilown from tho tree Wheicon it faiicsl grew, blooming in death she lay. 0 death ! as dwell the slnrs in tlio dark sky, The young the loely in thy shadow dwell; Unfell, invisible, but ever nigh ! Winching, as winches by th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 April 1839

CSS FO It KIRN NEWS. Arrivals during the post week, ot New York, have brought Foreign News down to the firal of March. The English Par liomcutory proceedings strengthen and fully corroborate tho views wo took lost week, thai llio war speeches in Parliament were merely mode with a local political view. After the address in answer to the Queen's speech was carried, not a word more was said, to far as wo novo seen parliamentary repnrts, about the necessity ol war with t lie United Slates. Tho res Ignalion of Lord Glcnelg appears by IlicfC arrivals to have been occasioned by his inefficiency, and tho measures taken in the cabinet in consequence. Lord Nornianby, late Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Mtccceds Lord Glcnelg in the Colonial office. Lord Durham is stoutly battling with the questioners of his official conduct in Canada, among whom Lord Brougham does not appear. Indeed wc shall nut bo imrpriscd lo sec Brougham defending the Ex Governor General with such excep tions ns will ninlio tli...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 April 1839

Robimon Eq. of Michigan, ond the lamt lo bi rt. corded In lite lown Books," Which Resolution wns adopted, and On motion, oieJ Hint (lie forrgolne Reiolution be pnblithed in the papers printed In iliii town. C. RUSSELL, Town Cltrk. Burlington, Apt il 4, 1839. I) I K D InJcriroon lite 24ih till. Anna, the Wife of Nalhtniel Blitckmnn. lifter it protruded nnil pnln fill nirknrM, In the 42d eiir nflicr nge. A it rlii M i.in, her character win h.ippily niliiriied with those Cliicrs 1 1 tit I twined Ih" icpect mid esteem nf her Brniiuintiinrpt, ttnd the dependence nnd loe nf her mmifioiK fiinuls mid icl uiiinn. Sancd nnd fweel In the inemmv nf our fi lei.dsili.it ilofp in Jem, iliey ipjI from their labours nnd theli wot Id ilu fol low tlipm. , In Wiltlflnn, 27ili till of Cniunmplinit, Laura, Wife ul jixinli .Sptild'HR. nnd d.mnlucr of itlosea Felon, nf IliiiPflmrah. used 31 p:in. In I'mnlii idge nn ilu- 24 1 li nit. Eli i Riclnihhnn, nt'iii 13 je.iin On tin! 28di Jnn'pli RirlMiibon, ngpd I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 April 1839

mmM. It... ! WHAT IS MAN! BY THOMAS CAMrilF.I.L, Oil ! wlint h man 1 Creation's wonder An angel half, nml li.ilf n brute 5 A frown cut leu- hi heuit asunder J A tear cm ni.iKu liis piifsioiu mute Vicr, Virtue, belli wcro his dcvollon : Now bound in i'li!iin. now lob'd in power The king of ininIi, die king ofocc.inj Yet ruled by p.isiion ctery hour. From liini bloom pteajtire's cicry flower ; Hut 0I1 ! 100 8IK111 ihcir benny flics; A llioiumid circs mid pains o'crpowcr, And (lien lie lipcns, droops, and dies. To-dny liis fertile ilimtglils dcvelopo Wlmt mortal cjo had ne'er survcy'd ; To-moriow carili dmli fphI or wrap up, And humble him whom duct had made. TRY, 1'R.Y AGAIN. Tisa lesson oti should heed, Try, tiy main ; Ifnt Hi si 1011 don't succeed, Try; try ngniri ; Then jour coinage should nppcar, For, if you will n rfcvcrc, You will conquer, ncjcr fear, 'i'ry, iry ngain. Once, or twice, though you should fail, Try, try ngain ; If you would lit last prevail, Try, try ngain. If we s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1839

NOT THE 0 L OKY O F C K S A K I! II T T II II W E T. I' A HE o F It O M E . BY If. B. 'STACY- FI51WAY, APRIL 12, 1839. VOL. XTINo. 616 TO ME.UOUY. nv it. J. Raymond. Thoti nrl like the depths ulipin ilie linn liinli. Kirli wilh (he wealth iImi It lorn fumi (lie cm ill : All the seie linnets ofniir tUji ii' by, And the hm ie.il gems, in ill) lsisin lie. Finm vision, of iti v el'i'intu I"1"' Whodoih wiike in iiiigl" !' Hrmanf. StrnnsB power dm" Its" ''iv ilsr-p-toncd nvell, Ami mow ii'i'P !" 1 J"1'' I""" WP" S Tliv innic is f( i"1 wind li.iii'i lone, Fliiiginj: ill1 fti In the wild Musi's mom ; Stntnue power i thine limn inln-itel silting, An. I welcome "li mire !'' ''" "f Tliuii fliPiikf" i" miMifinv rhiMliond't hums, Wlii-ii im-pit hw;t wits- IimijIii with lines tiffl.iw'is, Vlirn my spun litfln tlin Z'phtr's: wing, WiifiinU i ulmliiff lilt" voire of -pi mij; ! Citt'Pii wnt tlx 'trili, ilit'it In lulu w.i i lie iky ; Their glory i fled fioni my nlleicd eye. Tliou rpr.-iUoKt In me oT...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1839

lie Sjlrraw National Expenihtuiiks. Vtom n Blntcmcnt of tlio npproprlations mado by Congress during its recent session, publish ed by the Clerk of tlio IIouso ofltcprcsen tatives, it appenrs that tlio expenses of the -session were 54!t,344. Of this Bum were required for the pay ond snilcagcof members! J 13,400 for pny of tho officers and clerks of the two houses i and 5535,000 for stalionnry, printing, fuel ond othor incidental and contingent expen bcs of tlio Senate ; ditto for tho IIouso of Representatives, $100,000. Tho total appropriations mado during Tho sessions amounted to g3G,0G2,242 78 ; the details of which are . Civil ond diplomatic 0 010,001 57 ; Ar my fortifications, and Military Academy 10,550,253 05 ; Revolutionary and other pensioners 2,499,020 15; Current expenses of tho Indian department 1,755 007 2!!; Preventing anil suppressing Indian hostili ties 1,056,774 00; To promote tho progress of 1 ho useful art89,259 22 j Private claims, 45,065 27. The Clerk also appends...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1839

B TO attW& 3f B 3T FRIDAY MORN I N (3, A 1' RI Ij 12. TUB LAKE. Tho worm sun and wind of llio past week ' hnvo dnno their perfect work for Lake Chnmplain, mid wo are now rejoicing ot tho presenco of stcotn-boats, Bloops and other craft, while our wharves nre vocal with tho nolo of busy preparation. The Winoneki came out of tho harbour on Tuesday, and has commenced her regular trips on the ferry. She leaves this port at 9 o'clock in the morning, touches ot Port Kent, Plattshurgh. Grand Isle, Noith Hero and St. Albans, and returns tho same day. The Winooski is a first rato boat of her class amply largo for the present purpose, and will furuish the very bett accommoda tions the nature of the enso admils. She has been repoircd and neatly fitted up the past winter, and, under the management of ono who understands himself so well ns does Capt. Phillips, wo hazard nothing in saying bIio will fully sustain tho high reputation she has heretofore acquired. Capt. Sherman's boat the Buhmngt...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 April 1839

Head, reflect, and Judge. ffflS7'110 m) prnper lo iiutruct mankind TT Willi regard In llnnr bullion n hi! Who hnd been 35 yunri emit anil n'.w enjoys good hcnltlt ?' JAS. MORISON, Gentleman mil n lncmr.) A little mote limn "in; year lin- clap-ud nince Hit; people nf Vermont nml vicnuiy linvo been enabled in nhinn nunin in its OltlfMNAT, PIJKITY, tlio medicine made nl tin. British college of lioollh, London, under tho direct caic nl James Morisuit t li 0 IlygeUt, who first soul it forth l o work its resistless woy ngnttisi tlio combined opposition of nil t luipt who wcro interested in leopinr t Ii o people shrouded in ignorance Willi regord lo dis cose: and to all new mid belter ways to cure I'V VEGETA 11 L E M EDICLXES, which cure quicker ami more effectually, nml do not leuvu I ho patient reduced and broken down in hi CONSTITUTION but on tlic contrary, with more vigor, morn strength, and heller health. In n -word, the current of lilc, relieved of the load nl viscous humors, effectu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 April 1839

NOT THE GLOUY OFCiBSAK It U T T II U W K L F A HE o F n O M U . BY H. B. STACY- ARBUMliNT OF MR. ADAMS IN THE CASK OF HOLMES. The Governor General of Canada, having matin n demand upon the President of the United Slatts, lor mo oouy 01 ucorj-o Holmes, nccucd of Hie crime of murder in I he district of Quebec, and the President hnving declined to net through uu itlledged want of power, h:ia preferred n formal request lo the Governor of Vcriuoni, desiring that nrording lo thocomltv Mint prevail among civilized nations, tho said Holmes may lio delivered lo (lie Canadian niilhorilies for trial according to tho laws of tho province. The inquiry is important, not nnfy as it may ef fect the accused, hut on account of the principles Involved, nnd the hearing it may have upon the character of the nation, and ihe continuance ol our friendly relations. Thai the public authorities of Vermont nro dis posed to lend all needful aid in llie punishment of lictnous olleuces must not ha n subject orueb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 April 1839

and Tiictn aijvancemknt in hap- I imness. Tin's is evident from the I fact that legislatures are in tlio con stant habit of instructing their sena tors ami prclcring their requests to members of congress with an air of authority. The policy that would degrade the state to the condition of a pro vince, is a fatal one, and should bo resisted. This is one of the great points ot danger, the more fatal from the fact that men willingly lend themselves to ,the increase of the power of the oiiuat iti:ruiiLic. But who docs not see that this is antirepublican, that the practical working of the system is to add force to the personal power of the Presi dent and leading on by degress to consolidation. The attention of men should be called back to the states, as the nur series of genuine republicanism, we need all their power and influence to operate as checks to the accumu lation of power in the general gov ernment, and while we would not. deiiv to that government the full exercise of powers gra...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 April 1839

Intelligence ofour movement." In relation to llie N. E. Houndary Mcmi lo have created but little apprehcniion In London. The menage of Presi dent Va UunKN was irgarded n pacific mid alitfactory ; nnil llie fooling on llio question much more tranquil und quiet tlian ivc hud tiny reason to nnttcipaie. London, nlnrch 10. In iheHoufeof Commons Sir S. Canning, with refeience to llio leccnl collision which wan icpoilrd to hare taken place upon llie bmiml.iiy br-iueen the itnteof Maine ami our province of N. Hiiinvnk, wa rle'iroiu lo know wliellicr Laid P.ilinetnoii t...r.i inr.iiiiipil of llie cotitfc which tin; Atncti. can Government pin.iuM-tl lo take in nonjcqiiencu of irunwsipiinii. He 11U0 wirlicil to 1)0 iiifuriiieil wlii;llier iliero was iiuv leasonalilo probability of llie ncotialions wlimli nan now new cm Tying on for eight jenis f'' llie settlement of t 111 qursuon of tlifputeil teiriioiy ucmg uiuugni iu Miusi.ii.iuiy leiininatioii 1 Lord Piilmcistnn staled in reply, "lli.it it ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 April 1839

ENGLAND AND AMERICA- ' A TALK. Taking into consideration certain affairs which have recently transpired on tlin Maine Frontier, wc cannot fail to perceive that the following passage from Old Pup pys' diary paints nn excellent and appro priate moral. It wan in 1030 when there was reason to suppose that old Hickory would ha vo a "brush" with Johnny Crapaud nnd, then the satire convoyed a very aalu tary lesson- From Prpyi' diary.' Honor 200 years Ar.o. 'Here Creed did toll us a story of tho duel Inst nigh, in Covenant. Gordon, be tween Sir II. Bollnsscs nnd Tom I'orlor. It is worth remembering tho silliness ol the qnnrrcl, and is a kind nf emblem of Vic general complexion if 'his whole kingdom at present, nnd nf iwo 'great nations at 'this present.' They two dined togcthor yesterday at Sir Robert Cnrrs, where, it Hccms that people J J a n I; high, all that cninc; it happened that these two, the grcntcst frienrhs in tho world, were talking together, nnd Sir Henry tnllieil a liltlo loude...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 April 1839

99! NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAR HUT THE WELFARE OF R O M E . BY II. B. STACY- TO SPRUNG. BY STKIMIEN SIMPSON Ilail ! hail lo ihcc Spring scel bloom nf ihe year, When flowers nml roses iiml blossoms uppear J When Nn Hit c exults in her hud loving birth, A ii J rnplure nnd music spread over ilie earth. Hail ! hail lo lliee spring ! ouns, lively nnd fnir, As sweet ns I lie brciilh of llic viruin, lliy uir When nil things are lovely nnd birds on llio wing, In testacy kips us in rapture they sing. Ilail ! hail to lliee Spring! (lie Gods' gracious sigh Breathes oer us iis fmgrunrc ivhcno'er llinti art niu Ii Tltou first-born of heaven thai ppring'sl ft out above, In gushes of tenderness, blushes, mid love. 'Oil, sweet are thy gales, nnd still sweeter thy bow- WlienThogold Leams of Sol ore bedim'd with thy showers ; Yet sweeter than nil are the bright hopes of bliss Whirl, metti'ry recalls from tho )oinli entomb d kiss. Hail! Imillo thee Spring! thou charm oflhpsoitl, 'I'hat heshrns the past, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 April 1839

351 h of April. 'he 1 0 1 ti ond nn (he 251 In of May, Tlic first miwii was virtually do. etrnyed by tlio Worm i the second partially ho : while I lint Htivvti nn tin; 25th May en tirrly csenped, nni! was n full crop. Tlie committee Will close their report oy queuing from n letter to one of them, from no intelligent Scotch Inrnicr, Mr. flohert Forsyth, rcsiiliuir at Chomplaiti, tlio nor thern town in nor state, who seems to be un accurately olnrvinr man. "1833. Sowed my wheat tho 7th of April t ho first season thu worm wad discovered in thin port. 1034, Sowed on tho 15th Aoril. The worm destroyed more than t hoy did last year. 11135. Sowed the 7ih May. Wheat all destroyed by the worm. Some farmers in Hie hcighborhond burnt their straw on the ground. Reserved an acre and a half, which I did nut cow till the S-llli of May ; which gavo a good crop no worms'. 1 03(5 and '37. Sowed both years on the 24th Mny no warms. 1831). Sowed on tho 1-llh May. A few worms discovered. All wheat that ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 April 1839

COMMUNICATION. In consequence of tho stale of constant alarm existing on Iho frontier of Canada and Vormont, causod by nets of atrocious incendi arism and plunder, roccnlly committod by bands of armed ruffians, a conforonco of omity was requested by sotnorcspcctablo gontleinen Trom Alburgh, Vt., and n meeting of tho in. habitants of Alburgh and Caldwell Manor L. C tho friends of peaco and good order, was notified, and held at tho Church of tho latter place, on tho 15ll day of April inst., to consult upon tho best means of arresting thososavago depredations, and of restoring tho supremacy of the laws and tho relations ol'poaco and secu rity on tho frontlor; a conimiltco of fivo per sons was appointed to prepare resolutions ox Jirossivo oftho views and feelings of tho meet ing, who proposed the following, which wcro severally read and adopted. Resolved. That whilo ovory individual, whether a citizen of tho United Slates, or of Her Brltanic Majesty, possesses tho right of living under ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 April 1839

THE CAPUCHIN'S DKATII. BY PAIIK lir.NJAMIN. 'Mine if, in lVoToiiur LongleltowVOuiro Mcr,' nn nflerting incident, bountifully told, of llio dentil of iln: dculh ol a joint? Irithin.in, who had conic to Italy to oliuly at llic .1 onit college in Uomc.nnd li:it) tnkcii llio nrdris ofn Uiipuohiii friar. While djhi?, lie knew of his situation, lint would not gio tip tlie hope of rcucli'tus Ilia own home before his decease, lie spoke of In return to his native land with childish delight. This liojie had not deserted dim. It termed never id have entered his mind th.it death would thwart even llieeo fond nnticipa lions. 'I thall soon ho well enough,' said he. 'Oh, I shall soon he well I shall not dio Brne.iili the glories ol ihis melting sky j Tlin-i enfi itern linc.4 that b.ilho tlieclaaiic land Of Italy these gales that sue so bland, So liahny, and so cool, upon my grave Shall not, ill vesper's chiming, rest and wave. Tell ni nut I inn dying for I feel New blond nectnrc.ui iluongli my art...

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