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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 February 1852

imc r VOL- 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1852. NO: 50- DK. fT. T. n.ltlKROX Huntsvillo, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizen of Huntsvill. am! vicinity, (iry Office over McCamphell, Coales 4c Smith, store rooms. Huntsville, Aiir. 4, 1851 U CAED. DOCTORS' V AI (i HAN k CAMPBELL have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, tc., itc. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hat; Cap, Hard and Qnanxwarr, Nails, tjc., WATER STRKF.T, GI.ASI10W, MO. PHILIP IUli.il. Deler in Fmilj Groceries, Wines, Liquors, t'igr -, &c. Waltr Street, Glasgow, Missouri. KEEPS constantly on hand a general assortment of Goods in his line, to which the attention of the public is respectfully called. April 10, 1851. s. J. C. TRtJEFITT & CO., DEALERS IN F,incy and Staple; Dry Goods, Comer of Water and Market street GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linnous, L...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 February 1852

PROSPECTUS or rut "GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES." VOLUME THIRTEENTH. The Thirteenth Volome of the Timii commence on the 4th day of March. It is deemed unnecessary to speculate on the past, or make promises for the future. Our readers and we are proud of them, as well for the numbers as their long contiuued patronage know what the paper is, and has been, and can judge what it will be. An important political canvass is just opening, and more for the good we humbly trust it will ef fect than our desire for personal gain, do we desire its circulation to be still further increased and we appeal to ourj friends to aid us in extending its circulation, and invite their attention to our terms: 1 Copy one year, in advance, $2.00 4CopiV' " " " 8 00 10 Copies," " " " 10.00 JSTNo club subscriptions received at the office. (jyClub subscribers must all be at the same post office, and if possible, to one Address. gy No old subscriber taken in a club, until all arrearages are paid. Our club terms, it will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 February 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1852. Prom an Occasional Correspondent. Wabiuhoto, D. C, Jn. 17, 1852. Dear Green: Gait is no longer the dear article it used to be, mid it is growing s j j . 0 j r 7 n 1 in the pulpit, may account for its cheapness. But, Cheap ns it may be, it is no contdmpti ble article, and like the air we breathe or the water we drink (which, you know, are chiefly composed of gases,) is essential to public mennd health. 1 know you will tol erate a little of my gas, though I cannot claim for it the properties of light, heat, or the power to extinguish cither being neither as potent as oxygen to inflame, or as nitrogen . . . M . . to suppress name. It is a crude sort o ims which my brain has been generating for line years past. "This is a great country" and still grow ing. This every body admits. But the re mark is applied to our own part of the habi table globe, and has reference mainly to its population, without including other parts of the gl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 February 1852

"I Can't Makeup iny Mind," BY AN I N PORT UN ATE BACHELOR. It's really very shocking, but I'm now just forty-five, And here I am, not married yet, A fact, as I'm alive! And though there's lots of girls about, And come to suit. I find, I don't know how it is, I'm sure, I can't make up my mind. Miss Jones she's loo particular; I very plainly see That if I stay'd out late at night. She'd take away the key. Miss Brown is rather more the thing, She's tender, soft and kind, But still there's somethtng, and, in short, I can't make up my mind. Miss Brown perhaps I might think of, But there I have some doubt; They say if thwarted, she will sit All day at home, and pout. Miss Smith will be a better spec, Her purse. I've heard s well lined, But then she squints. Oh. dear! I ean't- I crm't make up my mind. Miss Julia lias a wicked eye, Would any heart inflame, But when we took a walk one day, I found out she was lame. There's Sally, who, inviting me, With her I went and dined, But, gracious me!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 February 1852

VOI 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1852. NO: 51- int. T. OAlHCItOft HuntavilU, Ho., oT iFFF.RS !TIS I'HOFF, SKIONAl. SERVICF.S to the i iti7.cn of llnnlsvin. anil vicinity. ' Ofike over McCampbell, Coatcs &. Smith, store rooms. Hmtsville, Aug. 4, 1851 tf CARD. DOCTORS' V A UGH AN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the inactive of Medicine. &.c., &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1C31. F. A. SIV.MiE. DEALER IN" FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES, Hah, C',iu, Hard and Queevsi'-ate, XtIi. ?,., WATER STREET, OLASQOW, MO. PIIU.IP EIAII',11, Dealer in family Groceries. Wines, Liquors, igni s, &c Wain Street, Glasgow, Missouri. KEEPS constantly on hand a general assortment of Goods in his line, to which the attention of the public is respectfully called. Aprtl 10, I Riil. s. J. '. TUl'KFITT & cd7, DEALERS IN Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Corner cf Water and Market street. GLASGOW; MO. CARLOS HO A RDM AN, Atto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 February 1852

PROSPECTUS OF THE "GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES." VOLUME THIRTEENTH. TheTHiaTCEKm Volume of the Tmr will MiamMt nn W l'h day of Marcd. IT H deemed unnecessary to specato. l on the past, or make promises for the future. Our readers and we are pnvad of them, as wet' for tlie numbers as tba'ir long continued paV.onage know what the paper is, and has ocon, and can .judge what it will be. An important political canvass is just opening, and more for the good we humbly trust it will ef- ct than our desire for personal gi, do we desire Htt circulation to be still further increased and I we appeal to oar friends to aid ns m extending its circulation, and invite their attention to our terns: 1 Cepy one year, in advance, (2.00 4 Copies," " 5.00 10 Copies, " . 10.00 (OTNo club o'bciptions received at the office; and no additwraltiaines taken, after the Club is re ceived and entered on our Books. 5 Club Subscribers must all be at the same post office, and if possible, to one Address. jgr No old subscrib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 February 1852

r z , u (T,,l1i.Sliati.S.lll,r.- 9 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1852. He-union of the Democracy in Lafayette. A correspondent of tho Lexington Et prtbi glVcs an exceedingly rich account of a re-union meeting of the Democracy recent ly held in Lexington. A' debate rose on a resolution on the right of instruction, in which Col. Branch, an ex-Bcnton" editor, took a conspicuous part, and offered an amendment, declaring instruction right and proper, "within the limits of the eonstitu tioa,"" . Wcgive a few extracts from the Express' correspondent: "CoL Branch arose. I ask Mr. Chair man, (cries of question! question.) I ask MrChairman, (cries of order! order! ques tion! Mr. Chairman, (order! question! coughing, stamping, and other melodious founds.) Col. B. was proceeding to discuss the ori ginal resolution, when Parson Green moved that Col. Branch should take his seat. Col. B. replied that he would make a motion to wards kicking some man's the first thing you know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 February 1852

MY EARLY LOVE. Miimipht lias closed sirotinti mc now Ami earth is hushed in slumb ers rest; 1 sit alone with thoughtful brow, With eart and sorrow on myhrcust, And iiiikc upon tlio days gone by, And sij-,1 ' lint joy with time should fly. How sweet and pleasant is the thought Of days that long hart past. When sad experience has taught That pleasures cannot last; But the sad heart clings to them yet Thoe moments it can ne'er forget. Though changed now is my hitter heart, Frojujdcasures led astray, One fc-cling deep shall ncVr depart, While mem'ry holds her sway; And cheiishcd in my inmost mind My early love shall lie enshrined. Although my life may linger still In sad misfortune's bitter storm, IV il the hand of death shall chill The heart that now beats wild and warm. The love that lit its early fire Shall never in its light expire. And though bright eyes may on mc shine, And fair and lovely forms float round mc, Their tender smiles can ne'er win mine From the pure love that early h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 February 1852

iTnmtiw iiiw , VOL. 12. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2(3, 1852. NO. 52. ..41. (51 a hi 1 R. W. T. HiMCROM Hnntsvillo, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL, SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvillt. anil vicinity. ( Office over McCampbcll, Coatea it Smith, store rooms. Huntsville, An?. 4, 1851 tf - CABD. DOCTORS' VAUOHAN fc CAMFBET.T,, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, ice. Office next door to Dr. Vs. .residence. August 7, 1881. F. 4. s iv .:, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DBT GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hats, Caps, Hard and Qutcnswarc, Nails, lie., WHO STHEKT, GLASGOW, MO. THE TIMES. BY CLARK H. GREEN. PURMSHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING. Office on WaUr Street, Up .Stairs, next doer to the Glasgow House. $2 In TEEMS Advance 3 At the End of the $1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. Year. Villi. V HAM H. Dealer in Family tiroceries, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Ate. HWrr Street, Glasgow, Missouri. KEEPS constantly on hand a general assortment of Goods in his line, to wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 February 1852

THE TIMES. BY CLARK H. GREEK. PUBLISHED IVKHY THIIBSnAT MOW1N(J. Office en Water Street, Vf Slain, ntzl Hoar to the (lleugow II . T III B $2 Id Advance 3 At the End of the $1 Id Advance to Clubs of 10. Year, Kates of Advertising. $1 per square of 12 line or less, for the First In- ' I I- f , , , . . fUr . ,,L, ,., MHO. 3'i linn, uuu ruil , ' in.-, i "i mmi)iiiin viimi Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorised Agents. V. B. PAI.MEK, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for thin paper in Boston, New yorK ana Kniiaueipnia ciues. Fayette Andrew J. Herndon. Huntsvillc W. R. 8amuei.,G. H. Buhckiiaht. Bloomington Thomas G. Sharp. Linneus Carlos Boardman. Cambridge John H. Grove. Cliillicothc W. C. Samuel. MiWW' Stephens, Mines &. Co. roa president MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New York. FOR VICE PRESIDENT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, February 26, 1852. Preaching. Elder T. M. Gaines will preach in the Christian Church in thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 February 1852

11 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1852. 6 Meeting of the Directors of the North Missouri Bailroad. Danville, Mo. Feb. 11th, 1H52. Pursuant to a call by L. E. Powell, A. King and B. L. Altlcrson of St. Charles, for a meeting of the Directors of the North Missouri Rail Road to organize as a board of Directors under the Act incorporating said company, the following Directs'' tntU John A. Pulliam of Warren, B. Alderson of St. Charles, John Harrin of Calloway, B. 7.. Offiitt of Audrain, C. B. Harper and James H. Robinson of Montgomery. The following Directors were present D. K. Pitman. A. Kroklc, A. King, C. M. Johnson, W. J. MoElbincy, R. H. Parks. L. E. Powell and Robert Frazier of St. Charles, T. J. Marshall of Warren, J. F. Jones orCallaway, R. C. Calhoun of Au drain, W. H. Parcels and J. C. Goode, of Adair, George A. Shortridgc and Benjaman Sharp, of Macon, D. Garth, Johp McCamp bell and H. Jackson of Randolph. On motion of B. A. Alderson, John A. Pulliam, was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 February 1852

t GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1852- From the Republic. DOST THOU REMjtBER. D,st thou remember st il rfVni i-. Those happy, hygone hours. When hnrnl in hand, we wandered on Jkretnid a world of flowers; JK cloud of gloom hung o'er us then, "Vur eyes knew not of tears. And strangers were our lips to sighs, Our hearts to doubts or fears. I do not think, thou ri hiuig'd. Sallie. For oflen in my dreams, I stand beside the flow'ry marge Of softly flowing streams, And mirrored there, I see thee, Like a spirit wild and fair, And the smoothness of thy calm white brow Is yet untouched by care. Dos'ttliqu Cctjember still, Sallie, How I u. cd to sot and weave The snowy j&inine lor thy hair, Bonealh thai star of eve, I never breathe its perfume now. But it brings back to me Sweet mem'ries of the sunny South. Of childhood and of thee. Dos't thou remember siill, Sallie, Our little kjed of flowers, Where thou Aid I spent happily The dewy morning hours? Oh! tell mc, flo-l...

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

s.-' - T1M "i ' "!Snr mm il ... . ..- r L. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1852. NO. 1 . - .1 .11 DR. W. T. OiiWEROSI HoatsviUe, Mo., t' t (( the citizen f Hunt ill. find vicinity. offiee 0vr Mc Campbell, Coates & Smith, IsftjMV .'noini. mmir, Aug:, " CABD. VAUGHAN & CAMPBKLL, have associated thcmsclvrs in the practice of Hicine, Jtc, vf. Oltice null door to in v '9. uence. ...h... , ! (.(CTons' r. A. SAVAeE, iALF.R IN FOP K I UN A!U UUMfcOHV DBY GOOD, HOOTS ADD SHOES, Hal; Cap; Hari awl Queentware, Kail; 3rc, WATER BTaF.F.T, GLASOOW. MO. nill.tr msii, ral In family Groceries, Wines, l.ifinos.' i car fcc. Wofcr Strr, (Jnou, jWwwuri. EEPS eonstaatly on hand apeneral assortment J v of Goods in Ms line, to which the attention he public is respectfully called. prQ 10, 1881.- CaTSo8 BOARDMAN, .Urney at Law, Liuneus. Linn County, Ho. rll.L continue the practice of the Lawon ' ' Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi- t'n entrusted to h'ufcare will receive prompt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 March 1852

I GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MO '; X? ' w " "2 I U m i THE T BY CLARK H. GREEN. muran f.vf.ry tkohiday morning. Office on WaUr Street, Vp stairs,, wxt cioor to the Gloiow House. T E K M S Advance $3 At 1hr- End of thc Year. $1 In Advance to Clubs of 10. 2 in Bates of Advertising. 1 per square of 12 lines or less, for the First In sertion, and Fifty Cents for subsequent ones. Liberal deductions to Yearly Advertisers. Authorized Agents. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the oulv authorized Agent for this paper in Boston, New York and Philadelphia cilics. Favette Andrew J. Hlrndon. jtlllllsililo Wilt flimTI,f? H. LU'rckhaht. Bloomingtnn Thomas G. Sharp. Linneus Carlos BoASDMAN. Cambridge Jon n H. GsoTB. Chillicothe W. C. Samuel. Milan Stephens, Mines & Co. FOR PRESII1ENT MILLARD FILLMORE, Of New Yoik. FOR VICE PRESIDENT JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Of Kentucky. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, March 4, 1852. WHIG MEETING. A general meeting of the Whigs of Howard will be h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 March 1852

r 4 Cow weekly times, Thursday morning, march 4, 1852. i . 4 i Interesting from Mexico. jrj" Jojtis-U. Martin tvoLUTioxAY schemes or sauta Aitut, proprietor and editor of the A ....... nilant nf I hp Now Vnrh Titneo 1 writingfrom the City of Mexico, under date ' J f F-ckton, of the 28th of December, thus refers to San-; , " " , w' Tu'" "au l"Bceu ta Anna and his future movements: I ''g to them for favors to our office. Santa Anna, the prince of Mexican con- j Wnir. U. S. Senator trom LoDltlAKA. splrators, you know, has never relinquished Mr. Downs, Democrat, has been succoeded his hopes of again securing the Dictatorship I to the U. S. Senate by the election of Mr. of bis unhappy country. His banishment and disgrace simply afford hiin secure op porlunitiel to mature his plans. It is well known that be is even now contemplating another revolutionary stroke at an curly day; bvit, with more than bis usual adroitness, he has succeeded in keeping from the Govern ment the particulars of h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 4 March 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MABCTfc THE SEA-BOY'S FAREWELL. Wait, Walt ye winds! till I repeat A parting signal to tlie licet, Whose station is at home; Tlii'ii wall tilt sea-boy's simple prayer, Ami let it oft bo whispered there, While in l'ur climes! rutiin. Farewell to Father! revered hulk! In spile of metal, spite of bulk. Soon may liis cable slip: Vet whi'e the parting loaf is uioist, The Hag of irratitudc I'll hoi si. In duty to the ihip. Farewell to Monir.n. -first class'' she! Who lotltiohed me on life's stormy sea, And rhjarod me fore find Ml) May Providence hor timbers s)arc, And keep her hull in good repair, To tow the smaller craft. Farewell StaTta! lovely yacht ! But whether she'll be "manned"' or not; I cannot now foresee; Mav some good ship n tender" prove, Well found in stores of truth and love, And take her under lee. Farewell to George the jolly-boat ! And all the little craft afloat In home's delightful bay; When they arrive at sailing age, Mav Wisdom ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 March 1852

e m e mm tq pmnMi AmmimL, mmm. and wml mbwehel VOL. 13. CFTY OV GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING MARCH I I, 1852. HT -- NO. 2. DK. W. T. DA1II.KQ Huntavillo, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL! SERVICES i" tin., citizens of Huntsvilia ami vicinity. Office over Mc Campbell, Coated Smith store rooms. Htmtsville, Aii. 4, 151 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VAUOHAN fc CAMPBELL, have associated thefflnlvei in the practice of' Medicine, &c, &c. Office next door to Dr. V's, residence. August 7, 151. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Hatty Caps, Hani and (teensteare, A'u7, fee., WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. riiiMr baieii, Dealer in Family Groceries, tviuet, I.iquor.v'.t'igurs, &c. Water Street, Glasgow, Missouri. KEEPS constantly on hand a general assortment of Goods in his line, to which the attention of the public is respectfully called. Aprtl 10, 1K51. a. m, CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneus, Linn County, Mo. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 March 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH lL0fc852. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. WF, would respectfully inform OUt friends arid patrons lhat we are PKEPARKD TO DO ALL KINDS OF Ta HA VIST. A LARGE AND EXTENSIVE YAMi-.TY OF NEW AND HANDSOME TYPE, OF THE L.TEfT AKI MOST ibls&WiMiL SWIM. Justices' and Clerks' Blanks; Mercantile Bill Heads; Commercial Circulars; Druggists' Labels; Bills Lading and Wagon Receipt, ALL VARIF.TIl'.S OF urn mmm, Horse and Jack Bills J aiul. in short. t-vcr' ticscription of work required. tyOttr layette customers can have thHr Work dont M FtOMFTLt Al ik we wkke in Fayette, tile Daily Matt affording facilities for sending and receiving work. We pay all chargm for trans ftortation We WUtintOW work to give ati faction, AND WILL NOT BE UNDERBID. Wo therefore trust our old friendi and customers will continue to favor us Willi their patronage. CLARK H. GREEN, Proprietor Times. f T7 1TL lli BY CLARK II. GREEN. eent.i-nro f.vcby THVBSBAV mornino. OJice on Water Stre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 March 1852

n rj GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1852. Mr. Buchanan and the Presidency. The following letter to the New Orlcnns Pieayiine, written from Washington, under date of 17th ult., will be read with interest ''Mr. Buchanan's letter to the gentlemen in Richmond who invited him to a public dinner is the lending topic of the day. and is likely to put a new aspect on the Presiden tial question. Mr. Buchanan endorses in that letter the Compromise as n finality, and all agitation in regard to any modification of the same as dangerous. This is a virtual abandonment ol Mr. Buchanan of the Mis souri line of 30 degrees 30 seconds, which has been the point of contention in the Nashville Convention and in the State Rights Association in the Southern, especially the cotton States. Itdeclares these associations useless, and their zcnl a mistaken one. Had Mr. Buchanan a year ago held the same language there would have been no Seces sionist or State Right party, and Podtfl and Cobb mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 11 March 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1852. THE MODERN BELLE. Kxtrnel from Mr. Stark's PoMB, rcud at the lale Manchester. N. H.. Pair. The daughter sits in the parlor, Anil rocks in her easy chair; Site's clad in her silks and satins. And jewels are in her hair She winks and giggles and simpers. And simpers and giggles and wluksj And though she talks but little, 'Tis WMttjl more than she think'. Her father goes clad in his russet, And ragged and seedy at that His coats are ell out at the id bow, lie wears a most ihooking had hut. He's bowrdlng and saving nil shillings, So BtttoftllW day hy day. hilu she on her beaux and in odlcf, Is throwing thim all awvy. She lies a-bed in the morning, Till nearly the hour of noon; Then comes down Mapping and snarling. Heeausu she was called so iooii; Her hair is still in the papers, Her cheeks still dabbled with paint, Remains of her last night's blushes. Before she intended to faint. She deals upon nu n unsliuvcii, And men with "Uie f...

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