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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 October 1842

rrT t rMrriifyiiWwwT itn 1 1 mm tint 1 1 infirmii VERMONT PH(EWIX. B Y AV M . 13 . 11 Y T II E 11 . B K A T TLEBOllO, Vt. OCTOBER 14, 1 842. VOJL. IX. NO. 7. TIIH MYSTERIOUS DAUGI1TJ3U. 11V Mils!. MAKV II. HAM.. (GmriWcr.) Wo will now return to Elvira, who went as usual to pay her vows nt the loot of the altar. Her eyes were turned towards heav en her hands were crossed upon her bo som, her voice was raised in prayer, when suddenly she felt the rude and iron grasp of an unknown person, She attempted to scream, hut was prevented. He drew his arm around her slender waist, and pointing n "dagger to her hrcast, commanded silence, or threatened death. At this moment El vira swooned away. The stranger took her in his arms, and lifting a large iron door, or rather stone was removed, which brought them to n large room, at the end of which, was a narrow, winding path, which terminat ed at length in a few narrow stops. The Mrangcr ascended, still hearing the insensi ble Elvira in his arms. Wh...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 October 1842

supplying him with the comforts of life which ho cannot obtain. Hut to those who have tasted tho cup of want drank the hit ter waters or advcrsityI would say, walk in tho path of virtue-cast not an envious eye upon thy wealthy neighbor heed not his scoffs and scorns bo content with thy humble lot, and trusting in divine goodness, thy excellence shall be rewarded. From the Northampton Oazcllc. NEW ENGLAND SILK CONVENTION. Agreeably to a call issued by a committee appointed at n Convention held in North niiinton in 1811. delegates from different Darts of New England assembled in Convcn- 1 . . . tit I I.... ll.n tion at Northampton, on ucumlmi.ij, !i8th day of Sept. 1812. The Convention was organized by the the choice of ... Hon. EDWARD DICKINSON, Amherst, President. IIortAcn Pitkin of Manchester, ) Conn. I V, Pres. Du. Arttmas IlonniNS or licl-1 lows Falls, Vt. J A. W. TiiAvnu of Northampton, ) Su.ni W. A. Hawixy of do J Dn. Daniel Steiiiiins or Northampton, I. R. llAitBour. or Ox-J n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 October 1842

JVoj the Jlaltimorc American. MARYLAND ELECTION. The final mult, The returns have the Counties in llio Assembly, it will he reached us from all State. The General MAHIUKD, tn tins village, im Monday last, by Hcv Dr Slrnii!j nt' Greenfield, Mr Dorrcnco Davis of Hatt lord, Cl. lo Mrs Lucy II. Doming ol'this place. At llu- Vermont Homo in this village, lllli Inst, by Hov A. Drown, Mr William Houghton to Miss llaunah Dnscomb, both of Harvard, Mass. Alio by tho Dame, Kama day, ut the I'hcciiix House In thin village; Mr Isaac Jills to Miss Maria lleahl of Ashby, Alans. In ltoston,on the 5th Inst. Mr Cyrus Hill to Miss Cynthia Morse, both formerly of Marlboro, Vt. In l'utney,(ilh Inst, by Hev Air Foster, Mr Henry I'ntiinni to Miss Keziah I'rouly, both ol this town. In Mount Vernon, N. 11. on the lit.lt inst. by Hev II. Smith, Mr David Ho. t human to Miss Fuakces E. llitut-r:, both of tint plnre. Wo received n good 'slice' from the bridal loaf IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS. The New Orleans papers fu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 14 October 1842

I mmLmeiM im aim m in From the Journal of tlio A.T. Union. AN ALARM TO TUB WASIIINUTOMANS, ABOUT ROOT BBBIl, Ac. Surely in vain the nct'is spread In tho sight of any bird. VroT, 'Tis a deep laid ptot, The Itiim men have got, To entrap the lirnve VVaslnngton boys; To willy tlieir fiunc, Ami blast their good name, And bury their new-born joys. They come vyith a smile, The weak to beguile, They proffer both safety and health, Hut their real guise Is thu Father of lies, And The Ml rob you ol snfely.nnd wealth. 'Tis an ambuscade The, Dark spirit has laid, That the simple and triie inay fall in; And bind with a chain, Of torture and pain, The captive of sorrow and sin. And Satan, we're told In the volume so old, Olt come, like nn angel of light; So now he is here, With his naughty Hoot Beer, And foams like a Demon of night. Then soldiers who claim To wear the proud name Of peerless Washington; Beware of Hoot Deer, 'Twill bring many a tear, And sully the name of Washington. O! then Give it...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 October 1842

MONT FH(EIIX. B Y W M . E . R Y T II U It . RATTLEBORO, Vt. OCTOBER 21, 1842 YOL. IX. NO. a VE I5 From the JVeto Ileilford llullctin. GltACIi FLEMING, THE TWIN SISTERS. A I'KAOMI'NT. OR "Like tlio rose stic came, eho blushed and wns ex haled To Heaven." t. As I wns silting nt my window the oth er evening, idly playing with the tendrils of the vines which interlaced the trellis, and watching the gorgeous sunset, with its rain bow tints and mellow gleams, I wns startled from my dreams by the loud crack of a whip nt a short distance, and looking up I ob served nn omnibus which had been making its way from the cars, drive up in front of a beautiful mansion, in one of the neighboring streets, when the driver handed from the ve hicle a young female, protected from the evening winds by a well lined clonk and bon net, who, without waiting for trunk or band box, tripped up the avenue that led to the door, like a fairy, opened the door and was in her mother's arms. "My daughter!" "Mother V Su...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 October 1842

f UOVERIVOK'S MESSAGE. Fellow Citizens of the Smote and Ifnuse of Jlenrcscntativcs : It affords mo mucli pleasure again to meet vou in these halls of legislation, to deliberate . ... ... ...... iinon the welfare of the people of this state, m.dto make such provisions for their im- most instances, provided n.oues mr i volir asl session, I appointed a ral advantages, and it will no our on ...uu provement as your wisdom may devise. , own amendment. L'.tiniiittop cluirucd with the duty of ennuir- if we do not improve them. Since wc were last assembled hero, our Rhode Isl.iud, however satisfied will he, con ' The tariff of duties lately passed by Con whole country has been in the enjoyment of existing form ofgovcriiiifcnt, did not a ?P ,"' " ' , cm. Their report, which gross, will, I have no doubt, greatly ...crease all the btossiims which a bountiful Providence a written const ilut. on. On our scpa rat on ol it rov. ifc i c ,. ' 1)C our prosperity. Yet wo must not c.xpec could bestow, a...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 October 1842

Tracy 12!), Vilas 93, Hcbardl), Baker 1, scattering I, When tlic ontli was administered, tlic Speaker elect addressed tlic House in a brief mid handsome speech. The House then proceeded to the elec tion of Clerk : Mr. Kellogg nominated Fcrrand F. Mcr ril, Esq. and Mr. Cobb nominated O. II. Smith, Esq., when Mr. Merrill was elected nud sworn. Merrill 120 Smith !7 On motion of Mr. Cnbb the rules of the last session were adopted for the time being. A resolution from the Senate for a joint asscmblv at i) P. M. was adopted. HOUSE. 3 o'clock, P. M. Jlcsolutions. By Mr. Vilas, instructing our delegation in Congress to go for a re peal of the bankrupt law j made the order ibr Monday morning next. By Mr. Sprague for county conventions to-morrow afternoon, and joint assembly to make county appoint ments on Saturday afternoon; made the or der for to-morrow morning. The Senate came in and the joint asscm pcmbly received the report of the canvassing committee, as follows : For Governor. Whole nu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 October 1842

Old Elias Knjcs, formerly first judge of Windsor county, Vt., was n strange compu tation of folly nnd good sense, of natural shrewdness, and want of cultivation. I re member the substance of a sentence lie pro nounced upon a poor, ragged fellow, for pe tit larceny. Tlio case was for stealing n mm 1 r oflinois. from Gen. Curtis, then a man of considerable wealth in tlio town of Wind sor. It was proved that the General had Inst his boots, and that thev were found at i)m InilcritifTB of tlio nrisoncr. and that of course ho stole them ; so at least said the ju ry, nnd a jury, you know arc infallible. Well, the Judge very gravely, previously to pronouncing the sentence of the Court, undertook to read the young rascal a lec ture. "You arc a fine fellow," said his hon or, "to be arraigned before tho Court for stealing. They say you are poor no one doubts it, who looks at you and how d.irc you, being poor, to have the impudence to Meal a pair of boots? Nobody but rich people have a right to...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 October 1842

4 VERMON T PH E K IX. B Y W M . 12 . 11 Y T II JE BllATTLEBOKO, Vt. O CTO BER 2 8 f 1 8 4 2 . ,11. VOL. IX. NO. oT HE7f, llicli, and i'.-iKoii:tbIc floods. W. cSt S. Phipps & Co. Nos. 7i and 77 Kilby Stmt, Huston, Have received by recent arrivals frnni Europe a very extensive assortment of Goons adapted to tbe Fall Trade, viz: STUI'F GOODS, HUNTS, KTO Super French. Tliibet.and, dunble twilled Kngtish Merinos Mack nntl assorted Enc nali Merinos ; Jllnck iV nssoited silk and cotton warp Imliauns ; 3-1 and 0-1 silk mid cotton warp Alp.iecas, black, blue,iV: assorted colors ; Silk w.irp Caiubletecus ;! Ilovnl blue do. : l'ari.nennes, a new article SHAWLS. IIANDKr.R. CHI HI'S, rrc. Itie.h silk .V ai tin Shawls; Super Krenc.li Cashmere Shawli ; llroche, Kliyber, Kable, Kd'mboro, de bine, and Highland Shaw Id ; A irruut variety of t'mcv silk Handkerchiefs nnd Scar fa ; Ladies' velvet nnd silk Cravats : Black nnd colored silk Mantles: for cloaks nnd dresses : Itlaclt Italian Cravats : C...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 October 1842

ot the Union, convertible into tpccio.I.ut ill resources of mind and spirit to l.a thc.couu 8tifucient abundance to elevate tl.o standard try out ol its present dcep decadence. a of value from tl.o dreadful depression to my dear sir, I believe your oinbi .or. a, d wbicl.it l.as fallen, and in fact to bo ode-1 your genius arc on a level will, all hat is m.ate to perform tl.o exchanges of trade and rcat and p orious m human action nnd en value in our country. Whether this be a tcrprisc. The field is before you-tako he ti i e .1... tt. I c.ins nr m, 'iMsnn iif n loml iii imiup irrnnt nilhllC measure, U'llCUICr redeemable currency hv tl.o Federal rroas- urv. is not of so much comparative in.por- tauce, as that we should have an abundant' .mil uniform circulation from some source ' or other, which, making allowance for the variations in the balance of trade, shall be of equal value in New Orleans and Boston. This circulation, in the recesses of that financial wisdom which is past finding...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 October 1842

law; taken up and passed without debate, ; yens 27, nays none. j Dill In addition to chap. 10!) of It. S. relating to sheriff, called up by Mr Blodg-1 ctt, who proposed an additional section, in j amendment, fixing a penalty, not exceeding two hundred dollars, on an olliccr, for the offence of improperly speaking to a jury, or mi Her in g another so to speak, in case of a jury before a justice; amendment adopted, and the bill passed to a second reading. Adj. ; -. . . o roc- , i , i , Sr.Nvrr.. l S. Sjnator. .Mutual noli- ccs were exchanged between the Senate and i House, that the respective bodies were ready to proceed to the election of a Senator for this State in the Congress of the United States, for the term of six years from and j nllcr the -Ith of .March next. The Senators then proceeded to ballot. Mr Camp nomi nated Ww. Ui'iiam. Mr Dillingham nomi nated Wm. C. Ili:.ni,i:v. The ballots were for William Uphain, lfl Win. C. Bradley, I I mid Wm. Utiiam was declared elected. On mo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 October 1842

HARVEST HYMN. The God of harvest praise; In loud thanksgiving, raise Hand, lieart and voice; The valleys laugh nnd sing, Forests nml mouiilnlns ring, The plains their tribute bring, The streams rejoice. Of food for innn nnd henst, Jehovnh spreads n Jenst, Above, beneath: Ye herds nnd llocks draw nenr, Fowls, ye are welcome here; His pon'dness crowns the year For nil that breathe. Garden nnd orchard ground, Autumiinl fruits have crown'd, The vintage glows: Here Plenty pours her horn, There the i'nll tide ol rorn, !3wa.ved hv the hreaih of morn, The land o'erllows. The wind, the rnin, the sun, Their gentle works have done; Would'st thou be fed, Mnn, to thy labor bow, Thrust in the sickle now, ltenp where thou once didst plow God sends the bread. The few seeds scntter'd wide, He hath so multiplied, That thou may's! find Christ's miracle lenew'd: With self-producing food, He feeds n'mullitmle-- lle feeds mankind. The God of harvest praise: Hands, hearts, and voices raise, With sweet acc...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 November 1842

VERMONT PHttmiX. A.-'- -mm mi 3TA" - 1 "V Mv 31 '. K . It Y T II 12 It . 'l'ltAVKlt. - ; Give nio, oil God ! Hie poivor and will, "l'li tlu to others as 1 still. Would they should do to nic. ' Gire nic a conscience free from guilo Teach me on earthly tilings to smile ; And turn my heart loThec. I Thou knmv'st that heart's most scen t spring; To Thee no fiilse account I bring; For nil all Thou dost know. Unerring Judjre I to Thee I bend ; 'i'hoii kimw'st my being, aim, and end, And Thou wilt mercy show. "When I, have erred, Oh Lord, forgive; When I've been .right, grant while I live 1 in that path may stay. And all I whenever worldly pride. Would turn Iny wandering step aside, l)o Thou direct my way. From the Georgia "Orion." TI1I2 ANUHL. Hit ID 12. a tTyle. mow the iiss. or a late rmtican, It was evening the evening of a stiinincr Sabbath. The awed hush pf Mature, uu brokeit by a single sound of busy life, har monized but too painfully with the oppressive stillness which pervaded th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 November 1842

STATE MILITARY CONVENTION. Fmdav, Oct. 14, 11 o'clock, A.M. The Convention met agreeably tt a pre vious call, and temporally organj zed b y choosing Oct.. T. 11. HANSOM, President Col. Geo. C. Phatt, Secretary, and on tno tion of Gen. A. Cusliman the following named gentlemen were appointed a commit tee to report business for this Convention : Capt. A. Partridge, Gen. Smith, Col. Davis, Lt. II. II. Hammond, Col. Glcason. On motion of Col. Pratt, the following named gentlemen were appointed a Com- mittce to nominate omccrs iur mm v.n vention, viz Gen. A. Cushman, Gen. I' lint, Col.. Peck, nmnniinn of Col. Pratt. Voted that when this convention do adjourn, we adjourn to meet at this place at half past six o clock this evening. Resolved, That the chair bo requested to ident of tho Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives, of this Convention, anu uirnugu mun uuia. the members of the Senate and House to at tend and take part in its deliberations. Adjourned to half past six, P. ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 November 1842

spirited debate ensued, Messrs. Hatch and fSpraguc, in favor, Messrs. Starr, Townslcy, and Dillingham, opposed, Dill laid upon the taulc. IIousi: Bill introduced. By Mr. Spald ing, repealing nil militia acts now in force, and to tako hum cdiatc effect ; referred to general committee. I Sr.NATK, Saturday, Oct. 20. Message, from the Governor, transmit-1 ting the report of the commissioners to visit the University of Vermont, and the proceed-' ings of a military convention. The report of the commissioners was read, and laid up-1 on the table, and !!(() opies ordered printed . fur the use of both houses. i The proceedings of the military conven-' iion wefb ''referred to the joint committee on the subject. Mr Sthallcy moved that when the Senate tidjourn, it adj. to meet on Monday morning. Motion prevailed. IIousu The Governor commuuicatedtho proceedings of the late State Military Con tention, which were read. Air llicc moved to refer them to the Military committee. Mr Canficld thought th...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 November 1842

rrr. , II.vrriNcss ok Pjas.Tho following is tlie-conclusion of the learned philosophical Itcporton Swine, by William Lincoln, at tiie Agricultural Fair held nt Albany, a short time since : "Pigs arc happy people. Wc may talk disparagingly about living like a pig. To live like a pig. is to live like a geutjcmnii. Although it i not permitted by the order of nature that, a pig should laugh, or even smile, ho enjoys the next best blessing to humanity, the disposition too 1 grow fat. How easily he goes through the world! Ho has no fancy stock to buyno bank notes to pay no indignation meetings to attend no log cabin assemblies to hold. He has no occasion to take the beuelit of the bankrupt act, or to have his estate con fiscated to defray the expenses of the settle- ment. I rcc Irom an mo trouuies urn m turb the busy world ho is as unconcerned anion" the changes of earthly affairs, as was the citizen who was waked in the earliest light of morning, by being told day was breaking, 'well,' s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 November 1842

VERMONT PH4EUTIX. ulioi, I. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. NOVEMBER li, IS 42. VOL. IX. NO. 11. Y W M . K . II Y T II 13 11 . lt I J L 1 M. MUX l O A TAL B. j A young gentleman named Muzio, came one day with a now sword out of the shop of one'of those manufacturers of Fcrraro, whose work raised that city into high repute both far and noar. Proceeding tow nnls hn adjacent grove, he was met by some Ul IIIS Ull IUHI II Ullll,.-', MU imj fciinwiii ... t. I 1 111:11: 1 uiinii num 1 1.1111, 11 aw nttipnvu mat imc invoruc 01 uic uukc pnsr-cu inai uiilliwuii 111111 i3 1119 oi:iii:i i.iit.iii iiiww uu nag cnuiiiuiuu ui mi; inn l miuuii, diiusu . 11. . i ..1 tnMwt Hums. nnBsnenAH i.tii mil mm mn in- 1 . . , . ( I . .. t. . prclerrcd the wealthy and powcrnil courtier for a son-in-law, anil who, though they would liui i;iiiii'UI mull iiiiii m 1 iiiiii 1. Ai.'in tions that his love would be returned, explic- ... 1 I I. .11 t .! .. IMi. ' .1... illy declared in me ncaiucous r lormiigi, mai '-i niudinh frtr ftl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 November 1842

llli uww From the Newport Argus & Spectator. Trlnl nnil Sentence of the notorious 'Hicks, or John I ! Dnj'a The (rial of this individual drew n large assemblage of people to town on Monday Jast. Ilia connexion with the conflagration at Cliarlcstowii, ns well ns his boldness in ..rorniiiitr lus nlnns. and his adrottncs3 in eluding the vigilance of officers, had excited much curiosity m the community, aim nun tlrcds came from distant towns to catch t glimpse of the "lion." Those who came expecting to sec a coarse, rough villain, went nwav disannointed. His appearance hnnr niiiic a contrarv character. He is of middling stature, of Mailt, active make, with fair complexion, and very good address. His head is very well formed, and his man ner betrays a spirit of quiet coolness and de cision, and his motions, ns well as me glance of his eye, arc quick ns lightning. Hn is n smart fellow in his "profession," and n rhnrnrtrr in his nccu lar W.1V. 111-1 WIIOIO bcarlns and conversation invo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 November 1842

gri .lima rja-wn tmmxi&ajcxtMjuxT roi llousr. Resolutions. By Mr Sanborn, Qs to expediency of enuring a premium for the best cssav on the production of vvlient it, tliia citnto nilmlml till (ri tt'rnni ' the Senate requesting the Governor to apply to Congress to refund to this state 61004 Hi), it being for expenses incurred by this bUite in the late border difficulties ; passed. Friday, Nov. 4. ScnAtt. Abolishing capital punishment. The bill for this purpose was called up, when Mr. Dillingham addressed the Senate in an extended and able argument in favor of the bill. ... The hour for going into joint assembly having arrived before Mr Dillingham had finished his remarks, at the suggestion of Mr llriggs he suspended his remarks for the present, and the Senate went into joint as sembly. Adj. llousr. Bill introduced. Ily Mr. Davis of N. to reduce salary of Governor's Secre tary to 175, without perquisites, which V'as referred to general committee. Shnatt. Bills Providing for a Geolo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 November 1842

NEW GOODS. THE INFIDEL MOTHER. 1IY CilATCAUimiANI). How is it possible to conceive that a wo man can oc an mutest i vnai sunn iiroji un this rccd if religion docs not sustain tier 1 The feeblest being in nature ever on the eve of death, or loss ol tier charms ; who I II . I T . ' I . I. 1 . . I .1 snail support ner u ner uuuua ou not uxiuuu- cd beyond and ephemeral existence? For the Sake of her beauty alone, Women should be pious. Gentleness, submission, suavity, tender- ncss, constitute part oi tno cnarms which the Creator bestowed on our lirst mother, mid to charms of this kind, infidelity 'is a mortal foe. tin Intno ilMiirlil in r.nii- I''tnir. Silk, mid Idiiwc llamlkcrRhit'l, uimiii .ruin..i., .. - 6 ; - ,. ... " I !:....! ! cealment-who never d scloses more t an XdSnnhli-,, half of her graces and. of her thoughts, jjtt.ncil,-tj antl Urou-n Iiucn 'J'aljlo C-'JotU, whom heaven lortncil lor virtue nun the Colored Cotton " most mysterious of sentiments, modesty Linon Djimnak, Ilir...

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