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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1851

time '3 VOL; 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1851. NO: 40. i 11 u ir . ir . ivn 5 DR. W. T. IHMEROX, Hnntsville, Ho., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to (he citizens of Huntsville and vicinity. Cy Office over McCampbell, Coates & Smith'! tore rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1851 t f NOTICE. JOS. A. LEWIS will adjust the unsettled busi ness of the late firm of Vanchan & Lewis. (" Persons indebted to said firm are requested to settle their dues as early as convenient. VAUGHAN & LEWIS. Glasgow, Sept. 4, 1851. C'ollon Yarns, &.C. JUSTreceivedatthe Big Missouri Cash Store, 1000 pounds Cotton Yarns, 300 lbs. Batting. Daily expecting my big Stock of Goods. D. BRONSON. Glasgow, Sept. 18, 1851. DR. J. A. LEWIS, OFFERS his Professional services to the public. Office at present, in the Drug Store of Messrs Digges & Co. Glasgow, August 14, 1851. CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN &. CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, ice, &.c. Office...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1851

4?:" I THE TUP 0 BY CLARK H. GREEN. rOBI.ISHKD EVERY TnUBSPAY MOSN1NO. OJict o li'ucr S.'wf, l"; M(iir, luxt uVor to fftc Gia-igow Jlintti. -IEBK8-$2 Id Advance S3 At the End of tlie Icar. $1 111 Advance to Clubs of 20. Kates of Advertising. 11 per square of 1i lines or less, fur tbe First In sertion, mul Filly l'i-nlf for subsequent ones. Libci J deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agonts. T R. PALMEit. the American Newspaper A '"'tit. is rite only mi!horir.d Agent for this pn.cr iVBoslnn. New York nnd Philadelphia cities. Fovettc Astisiw J. HllHSDOS. Huntsville W. 11. SAMiTI-.n. It. BtlRCKHART. Bloomington Thomas ti. Shaiip. Linncus C.'.ui.os JtoAiiPMAK. Cambridge John H. litiovE. fh'llicotlie V. C. Samcel. Milan Stkimlss, Hint.! & Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Homing, December 4, 1351 City Hotel. Sec raid of City Hotel, in to-day's ntipcr. The travelling public will Trie. il TTasdlcv, an I lil Lady, ever prepared to furnish them with real old Virginia hospitality. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1851

01 BWHtf GLASGOW -WEEKLY- TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1851. I . t f ; i STRAYS POSTED IN NOVEMBER, TO CLERKS. The Strays are published the Frst . Thurs day in each monli, jVb letters taken from Hie office on which the postage is not paid. No notices published unless the fees are sent with them. Wekeep No Accounls. It is very easy In make the change, enclose it in a lilltr, ami pay the postage and this must be tionc or lte no tices will not lie .mhlixhed. jHrvVo deviation from the above. We meanwhat u'C iffy. CLAY COUNTY. Taken up by A. Ilinklcy, Gallatin town liip, a olicsnut sorrel mure, star in the fore head, right hind foot white, unumo marks, right eye weak, 15 hands high, 8 years old; appraised to $40. By John Drew Gallatin township, a Lay horse, star in the forehead, left hind foot white, saddle marks, 15 hands high, 9 years old; appraised to $15. Also, a strawberry roan horse, 141 hands high, 6 years old; appraised to ffs-10. I?y Amnlin Chandler, Gallatin township, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 December 1851

From the London Punch. Comio Song for Young ladiet. Young gentlemen of England, That only mind your ease, Ah, little do you think how hard Young ladies try to pleasct Give ear unto the Milliners, And they w ill plainly show How the waist must be laced, By tho Fashion-books to go. She who'd attract attention Must laugh at common sense, For when one goes to choose a dress, One musn't mind expense. Nor think how Pa will scold one, Whene'er he comes to know How he's let into debt, By the Fashion-books to go. What terrible privations Young ladies must endure, A lovely face and form of grace From damage to securel Their appetites they must control, Lest they too stout should grow, And in vain strive and strain By the Fashion-books to go. In days of bitter weather, Which winter doth enforce, One connot think of such a thing As good thick boots, of course; With instep undefended, In rain, in hail, and snow, All so bold one gets a cold, By the Fashion-books to go. A L 0 NE . We parted when t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1851

! i,i i'J EJ ET . fcr . BE VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1851. NO: 4L DR. W". T. OAiWEItOX, I Huntsville, Mt. I OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 to the c.t.jicnsof Iluntsville ami vicinity. I CS-Office over McCantpbcli, CoaUs Ii. Smith's to.e .ooms. Hintsville, Aug-l, 1851 tf ' " NOTICE. JOS. A. LEWIS will adjust Hie unsettled busi ness of the late fi:in of Yniiidian & Lewis. Persons indebted to snid tu rn are requested to aeille their dues as eaHv ns convenient. VAUGIIAN LEWIS. Glasgow, Sept. -1, 1801. Cotton Yarns, &c. JUST received at the Hig Missouri Cash Store, 1000 pounds Cotton Yams, 301) lbs. Batting. Daily expecting my big Stock of Goods. D. URONSOX. Glasgow, Sept. 18, 1851. IH. J. A. ILEITIS, OFFERS his Professional services to the public. Office at present, in the Drug Store of Messrs Dirges &. Co. Glasgow, August M, 1351. CARD. DOCTORS' VAVCHAX & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the p.aeticenf Medicine, tc, ic. Oiiicc n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1851

THE T II 1 O CITY OF GLASGOW. Thurjday Morning, December 11, 1351. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Wc anticipate our regular publica tion day, in order to lay the Presi dent's Message before our readers, without delay. We obtained it from Boonville by private conveyance, in advance of the mail, and arc thus enabled to lay it before our readers several days eirlier than we other wise could have done. We copy from the "Boonville Observer Ex tra." Hon. Lynn Boyd, of Kentucky, was chosen Speaker of the House, and Mr. Forney, of Pennsylvania, Chief Clerk. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. FtHow-Citizmn of ihe Smalt and House of Reprcsentaivr-i. I congratulate you and our common coun try upon the favorable auspices under which you meet for your first session; our countrv is at peace with all the world. The Agitation which for n time threatened to disturb the fraternal relations which made us one people is last suusi ling, and n year of general prosperity and peace crowned the nation wit a universal blessings. rN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1851. for the purpose of more cflretiinlly guarding ttgninst nhiisrii mid frmKls oniric Govcrnmi nl to nil oi' which I invilo jour particular nltpnlion. " Tho largo recessions to o.ir ludim popula tion consilient on li e Bc-juui'ion ol' New Mexico nml Cii'ilbriiin, nn I tl a extension of our settlements in'o Vtah and Orison, have piven inr-renst-d i:itrrc"-t and impor tance to our retailors with llip nlmritritial r;-.ce. No mti'erial d.nn;!!! has li.kcn place within Inn lat your in 'the condition titid pros pacts of llii! Indian tribes who resilo in tiio. north-western territory iiinl wont of tho Mississippi river. Wo nrn at poset with all of tin in, nrd it will he n smiiee ol pica urc to Itavn tliat tin y arc gradually ad vancing in civilizaticn and tlie pursuits of cochillii'u. Along the Mt-Nkun frontier and in California and Orrgon there havehi i n occasional ni anit'estntinns of iini'rii ml'y feel ings and snino dcpred;.tiens ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 December 1851

4 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1851. THY WILL BE B05E. Composed by Goo. P. Morris, ond sung by Miss Cutharinc Hivyt i. Searcher of Hearts'. from mine erase All thoughts that slum'.d not he, And in its deep recesses trace My grilitude. to Thcol ii. Hearer of Prayer! oh guide, aright Iv.'.ch word and deed of mines Life's battle teach me how to light, And be the victory Thine, nt. Giver of All! for every good In the Redeemer cumc: For raiment, shelter, and for food, I thank Thee in His name. IV. Father ond Son and Ho'y Ghcsll Thou g'.orious Three in One! Thou knowest best what I need most, And let Thy will be done. THE SPIRIT OF LIBERTY. 6T W. H. DAT. It dwells among the mountains, It lingers in the vale, Tis gurg'ed from the fountain, It speaks in every gale. 'Tis heard where Mother Ocean Her dashing spray doth pour, And where in wild commotion The waxing billows roar. All nature bears its impress, And owns its ruling rod The impress of the Doi'y, The voice of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 December 1851

iw.m.mvMiiumiifMM iuwjiiiiihu ujsu.wijj VOL: 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MOiiXIXG, DKCIvM IS, 1851. NO: 42. nMWfWUM DR. W. T. DAMKKO Huntovillo, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvillt. and vicinity. Office over iMcCainpliell, Coatca & Smith's store rooms. Huiilsviilc, A up. 4, 1S51 tf NOTICE. JOS. A. LEWIS will adjust the unsettled hnsi ness of the late firm of Vuuglian t Lewis. 5?" Persons indehtcd to said linn arc requested to settle thejr dues as early as convenient. VAl CilJAN & LEWIS. Glasgow, Sept. I, 1831. Cotton Yarns, &c. TUST received at the His; Missouri Cosh Store, 11)00 poumU Cotton Varus, IKKI His. Hatting. Daily expecting my big Stock of Goods. D. lSKOXSO.V. Glasgow, Sept. 18, 1S51. Pit. J. A. I.F.W IS, OFFERS his Professional services to the public. Olliee at present, in the Drug Store of Messrs Diggcs & Co. Glasgow, August I I, 1851. THE TIMES. BY CLARK II. GREEN. PUB! isiir.n r.VERY tih'Rsoav iwonsisa. Office on Water ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 December 1851

1JIJ1 BY CLARK H. GREEK. rUDMIIIED rVrSY TIICIUPAY morning. Office on H'attr Street, Vp W'.'ira, next door to the Gu.g.nc Home. T ESI S $2 In Advance $3 At thc End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rates of Advertising, tl per square of 12 line or less, for the Fir-t In sertion, and Fifty Cents for siibsc.;ueht ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authored gents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agnt, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in Hoston, New York and Philadelphia cities. F'nvette Anprfw .1. Hkhnpon-. Hu'nts-ville W. R. Samv f.l, II. BriKKiiAlvr. Moomingtou Thomas G. SilARr. Linneus 1'Am.os IViAntiMAN. Cambridge John H. linovi:. Chillicothe V. C. Kamci.i.. Milan STEnu.Ns, Hinks &, Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, December 13, 1951 Advertisements. Head the new 'Ad vertisements in to-day's payer. H. & 0. Plaik Road. Major Walker lias completed the survi y of the I Iuntsvillc mid Glasgow Plunk Head For fuither inf. rotation t n tlc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 December 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1851. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. (For the St. louia Preat.) Thirty-Second Congress First Session. Washington, December G. House. The House met this A. M., pur uant to adjournment, Mr. Rriggs gave notice of his intention to introduce a bill establishing a Mint in New York. The Speaker laid before the House a re port of the Superintendent of the Coast Sur vey. A debate arose on the printing of 15,- 000 copies extra, when finally the subject Was referred to the Committee on Printing. There being no disposition for business the House adjourned to Monday, when the various committees will be announced. December 8. Senate. The Senate met at 12 o'clock, pursuant to adjournment, Messrs. Uorlnnd, Rush, Butler, Rhett, Bell and Downs, appeared and took seats. Mr. Underwood presented petitions from citizens of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Virgin ia, Alabama, Delaware and New York, set ting forth that the election of Chaplain for Congress, and the land...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 18 December 1851

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1851. THE BROKEN HEARTED. The frngrnnt flowers again may l.loom Tlie spring birds chnrm the year, And nature wear hrr choicest robes, Still to my memory dtarl But, oh! no more this heart can feel, Tlie rapture of delight That shone upon my joyous soul, That now is veiled in night. Despair's bnvbcil nrrovvs in my heart, And rankles in my breast Of all the light of former days, My spirit is bereft. I. welcome death, my dearest friend, To enJ this scene of woe, For naught but misery now remains, For this poor heart below! The past is gone the present dark, The future hid from view: But all 1 wish is, that I may Soon bid this world adiou! SICHI THOU NOT. Sigh thou not for a happier lot, Il.ippier inny never be; That thou hast esteem the best, And given by the gods to thee. And if thy tender hopes be slain, Fear nol , they soon shall bloom again; For the gloomiest hour Is fair to the flower That heeds neither wind nor rain, Fear of cli...

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

Mb H EiETOiD yd mrm., mreurrmL, SDai rami mummm, VOL; 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 18-51. NO: 43. dr. w. t. n ami;ko HunUvillo, Mo., OFFERS IHS PROFF.SStON'Au SERVICES to (lie citizen? of lluntsvilu and vicinity. Office over McCampbcll, Coates &. Smith's tore room?. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1851 tf NOTICE. JOS. A. LEWIS will adjust the unsettled busi ness of the lain firm of Vaujrltan 4c Lewis. (J Persons indebted to said firm are requested to settle their dues as early an convenient. VAUGHAN &. LEWIS. Glasgow, Sept. 4, 1851. Cotton Tarns, Kc. JUST received at the Itig Missouri Cash Store, 10(X pounds Cotton Yams, 300 lbs. Batting. Daily expecting my big Stock of Goods. D. BKOXSON. Glasgow, Sept. 18, 1851. DR. J. A. LEWIS. i FFERS his Professional services to the public. Office at present, in the Drue Store of Messrs Dippres & Co. . Glasgow, August 11, 1851. O5 CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine...

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

THE Til 17 O 11ML0 BY CLARK H. GSEEN. rUBMSHED FVtHV THURSDAY MORNING. OJia on Water Street, Up Stuira, nest door to the Glasgow Hnie. T E R M B $2 In Advance $3 At the End of the Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 20. Rate! of Advertising, ft per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorised Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the onlv authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Favette Andrew J. Hf.rnpon. Huntsville W. R. Samutl.G. H. Burckhart. Bloomington Thomas G. Siiahp. Linneus Carlos Boarpman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, IIinks & Co. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, December 25, 1351. Christmas. We issne our paper a day in advance of our regular publication day, that wo may not be confined to business, while our citi zens generally are enjoying a relaxation, and participating in the fes...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, '1851. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. (For fh Bt Louif Preii.) Thirty-Second Congress First Session. Washibotow, December 11. Sew ate. Mr. Miller gave notice of a bill granting further remedies to patentees. Mr. Fish presented a petition from Mr. Talcott, late of the U. S. Army, asking a re view of the court martini, by which he was dismissed from the service. Iiid cn the table. Mr. Dodge introduced a hill grunting land to Wisconsin for railrnods in that Stale. Mr. Fish submitted n resolution request ing the Secretary of War to communicate a copy of the proceedings in the caso of Col. Tulcolt. Sir. Halo was opposed to this resolution, as variousattcmpts had in vain been made to have the proceedings of courts martial on cases of private sailors and soldiers. The Senate refused to call for the proceedings in the case of sailors put to death on board the Somcrs, and in cases of the court martial on the private soldiers tried at Portsmouth, ...

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

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1851. MEMENTOES. Genllo Lave, from my snd bosom Why art tliou forever flown? Leaving it a dreary ruin, Where past pleasures' wrecks arc strewn. Once thy glory sliono upon me, In sweet childhood's blissful hour; Fairly visions) shall I never Know again your soothing power? Many a lovely liltc maiden Dwells within my mem'ryyet, Still my hearts throbs truly to them Early loves I ne'er forget. Still arise my sehool-boy hours, Spent beneath the hawthorn tree, With the witching little damsels, Wild with youth's hilarity. But, mbst woful and untimely, Fell a bright upon my heart, And to move the heavy burden Vain is Love and Beauty's art. Gentle Love, I scorn'd thy power, Strong in wayward Passion's might And thou spread's thy silken pinions For a long and lasting flight. Once, when childhood's faded roses Had left their thorns in manhood's way My dark spirit was relumincd With thy blest reviving ray: For an angel-maid named Mary Sought ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 January 1852

Hi J VOL- 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1852- NO: 44. THE RECONCILED FATHER. A Tale of Real Life. BY MISS SrucWICK. "I am going round to Broad street to in tiiire of Ross, the glover about little Lucy Wendell." 'Luey WendaU who is sheP" 'She is a pretty little Dutoll who liv ed opposite me In that hit of a dwelling) that looks like a erack or seam between the two houses on each side of it. She lived with her grand parents, natives of this city, and Once proprietor of many a lot within it, but they had been out-bargained and out-witted till they were reduced to this little tenement. some twenty feet by fifteen. Their only surviving deeendent was my little friend Lu- : ey, a pretty fair-skinned, fair-haired, blue- , eyed girl, of most modest quiet engaging de meanor. For many months after we moved to Slate street, I knew nothing of the family) but, from such observations as my eye could take, neatness was the ruling passion of the household. Their only servant Mine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 January 1852

THE TIMES. BY CLARK II. GREEN. rl'Bl.llHF.II EVERY THfnSoAV MdRNIJCt. OJJUi on Water Street, tfp Stairs, next deer to the TEEMS tri lu Advance 3 At the End of t!io Yenr. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 2P. Rates of Advertising, tl per square of 12 lino or bat, tor the First In sertion, and Fif i v Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorised Agor.ts. V. B. PALMER, the AmaricM Newspaper Aent. i" the only authorized Agent for thu paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cities. Vavette Asnavw J. IIeknpon. Hunt ville W. H. BAMVBl,G. H. Bvrckhart. Bloominfrton Thomas G. Sharp. Linncus Carlos Boarpman. Canibridffe .Ions H. Grove. Chillicothe W. C. BaMVIL. Milan Stkphkns, HtMII 4t Co. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE Of New York. TOR VICE TRFSIDENT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, January 1, 1852. Our Carrier Will call on our city subscribers, at the proper hour, with an appropriate address, and hopes to be remembered accordi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 January 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1H12. TO THK PUBLIC. The undersigned having been appointed a Committee to lay before the Public such information as they possess concerning the prospects and importance of the contempla ted Plank Road from Glasgow to Hunts ville, take pleasure in stating that the surveys au thorized by the board of President and Di rectors have been completed, and that a meeting of the Stockholders is appointed to bo hold in Glasgow on the 12lh of January. 1852, for the purpose of locating the road. Also, that Hooks are now opened for sub scription of additional stock, and will con tinue open until the 12th January next, at the. storehouse ol'F. A. Savage in Glasgow; Wavlanu & Co. Roanoke and at that of McCampocll, Coates St Smith In Hunts ville. At either place subscriptions may be made, applicable to cither survey, to be designated by the subscriber, and will only be binding in the event that the survey des ignated is adopted M the location of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 1 January 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1852 HOPE ON. BY Mil?. E. J. ! AMI:' fluff on, O, Heart! cvrn 'mill thy tear' 'Ilipirift mav vet hp thine. Thot-gh "hope deterred,' through weary year- Hath made thee 'plain and pine Though clouds arc ilark abov e thy head, Ami shadows dim thy way Dear disappointment round ihec "..read Oh! y e t hoar on thy way Throunhpuin and peiiury toil and care Hear Op lb Ilea: t agaiirt despair! Hi.pri'i ! though friends and kin I'orsake Though'slander hurl her dart Do then I firmer purpose take To kc. p Ihee pure, O heart! Dark Malice and mean Envy tart Assail with Upas-tongue, Tint Innocence is strong to hear The Weight against it (lung: And in this Faith through every ill Otn thou to 'suffer and be still'.'' The moon must break at la.--"'; When thou shall bail as elear a light As o'er thy youth was east. Thou hart the proncse still O, then, Poor w.ongcd heart, hope on! And for the sake of what hath heeil, Thy rri shall yet be w on. Witt trut...

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