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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 December 1853

13 -',rr .JTot V! f.Vwl it If "1 -...j;..'.r .?:., t hb 1 I 1 i III t,.aa.i"-ts-: .ft -''' .lt.,':t ,--.:-:.' . - Lr.c j-,m u'l ol ! ) .c rCi..-.-4 '-..-j;..(1 -j-fv i" -ftl i- jj! v-l. '- t ? 11V- W !! 'ii 1ar-v Tr-f-jt -vrli'lTtTl A. , .11 l.i 11-! ilvW HI . X I , w J : ft , .A. 1 I II PUBLISHED BY JAMES UARTEH. " - ; ;;!-J ; ' ; "Truth and Jaitice.", ;. V : - AT 03TE DOLLAR IS ADTA5CI Vliim-XI,-' ";-V--GALL I POL I SV OHIO, D E CEMBER 2 2 1 8 5 3 . : r .. 5 .. :, Number 4. THE LADDER OF ST. AUGUSTINE. THE LADDER OF ST. AUGUSTINE. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. EiOTf AuopBTKrs'.iWell hast thoa sajd, ,.4.nav pi uTioes we can.iranie A ladder, if we will but tread V . Eeneatji our leet c&ch deed of bame. ATI cotaftiori things each day's events , Teat with the hour begin and end; ' Our Jileasmres and our discontents '; "Are rounds by which we may ascend. -i -'-." Tte low desire the base design,! i : - That makes another's virtues less; The reTel of the giddy wine, And all occasions of exces...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 December 1853

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER ASIA. Decline in Market tighter—British Funds Depressed— Important from the Black Sea—Several Naval Engagements—The Crescent Naval Engagements—The Crescent still in the ascendant—The Turks preparing bombard Sevastopol. to bombard Sevastopol. New York, Dec. 15. r The Contefd Steamer Asia, with ad " vices from Liverpool to the 3d inst., arrived at her wharf at 8 o'clock this evening. -'- ' ' Ockkbal Iimtuo"KC. No further movement of maimitnde had taken ttlaee br the Turks aoa-ttusttana, on the Danube; although there were con tinued skirmishes taking place between small parties, and ia some UBtence these were Tery severe.. ; Ia Asia, the success of the Turks continue of the most brilliant character. The Turkish- forces had captured the first class Rus sian fortress-of Coucheim Kala, and the Fort of Usitrcrhetto-. - .; r Efo6tiIities had commenced upon the Black Sea. A Turkish steamer bad captured a Russian frigate, and a Rus sian ship had , captured an Egyptian s...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 December 1853

THE JOURNAL. XpnXD AST) TVSUBRXD r - - THE JOURNAL. JAMES HARPER - IT At $1 00 in advance; 12 00 at he end of the yar.- GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY-DEC. 22. 1853. ' Fur Liri nr Gaiaipolis. Daring tie week we hare bad several lit tle touches of fast Jifc, which is sufficient (f:gite GaDipolis a place among Use fast iwns we so frequently react aoonu un ayiNAaiv iui m flfnnu nr nn r ninnn ooine together like "two goats, only not 4i 1mm taM1w " snA avrvtV t ii other t foot. After about bait a round they played qnits or were parted, we don't know and care not which. The ft'm was the best ever made in America, we think fire seconds. Beat it, Yankee Sullivan, if you can. . About noon on Saturday a lady and one of the above bloods (the vanquished one) fell but about a certain old pig-pen. and from words they proceeded to blows, and before the judges could call time, they were locked in each other's VwisK - It was then nip and tug with he lady evidently getting the best Ssttlfl,- until ' they doubl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 December 1853

Hew to takx Cai Yottt Boas xsd othib Srocx. Farmers .are veryj Blow to learn iDai warmm is eaiyjeut to food, and that none of them should eTer keep more animals than ;,thej- cas keep warm and comfortable through the winter. The Maine Farmer say's qb this subjects -- - - In the mill regions of iLe. sooth and southwest, where hoga can roam at large nearly or quite all the yearj and do their ewn 'thucking. and crack nuts at their leisure, pork making , in not much of a job,', and not i much of science. But with us, where the hog comes on to tne fist of leisurely loafers, and demands not only comfortable shelter but clean straw and hot suppers, pork-making be-' eomes one of the acience.:' "; i - -' - 1 At this season of the year this pork- ological science eomes ir o requisition, i i i . i . ana every one wuo uas a r.g in nis stye and no pig in his barrel must be on the alert if they wish to maks the most of their swilL We do not propose to give anything more than, a fewNovember hinjspa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 December 1853

Mr II l a 119 I H 11 111 I PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice.)' AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, DECEMBER 29. 1 853. Number, 5. TO AN ABSENT WIFE. BY GEORGE D. PRENTICE. 'Tis morn the sea breeze seems to bring . Joy, health, and freshness on its wing; Bright flowers, to me all strange and new, Are gUttering in the early dew. And perfumes rise from every grove. As incense to the clouds that move . Like spirits o'er yon welkin clear; Bat I am sad thou art not here! Tis noon a calm, unbroken sleep Is oh the blue wave of the deep; A soft haze, like a fairy dream, Is floating over wood and stream. And many a broad magnolia flower, Within its shadowy woodland bower. Is gleaming like a lonely star; But I am sad thou art afar! 'Tis eve on earth the sunset skies nrintincr their own Y.drn rlvoa- . r o - j I Vctars come down and trembling glow '.lossoms on the wave below. e an unseen sprite the breeze ering 'mid the orange trees, music round the spot; -l see t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 December 1853

CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. Mr. Norm pronounced the obituary of Mr. Atherton, and offered the cus tomary resolutions; he wm followed Messrs. Hunter and the Semite adjourned. Housu. Mr. Benton rose to a privi leged qtwstion, ud announced that Jose .STboucI Gallezas, the delegate from New Mexico, was present to take cttstosaarT osra. - Mr,- Riclwrdson called for the read ing of the commission. Mr. Gallegns fu tAen sworn in. Mr. Richardson nresented the evi dence and the poll books of New Mexi co, relating to the contested election case. Mr. Houston from the committee on Ways and Means, reported a bill making appropriations for the civil and diplo matic expenses of the Government for the year ending June, 1855; also, the deficiency bill, and a bill making appro priations for the payment of invalid and ether pensions referred to Committee ef the Whole. A communication was received from the Senate relative to the death of Mr. Atherton, and after the usual speeches, Ac, the House adjou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 December 1853

L'HE JOUKNAL. IIIITII XJTD PUBU8BZO ET JASIS8 BAB7ZB, , '. yAt tl 00 in advance; $2 00 at ; be end of the year. GALL IPO LIS. THVBHOATi JYBSJ. 96, 1S33 S3T Christmas passed off with a great deal of spirit, particularly with the youngsters, who seemed in high -.ee, some discussing the appearance of that distinguished character, "Santa Cms" who of course made his ap "jicarance in due season and filled the many stockings that "were hung ia fWmnpT corner with care." We almost wished "we were a boy again, TOata &n associations connected with this anniTersary which bring pleasure pot only to the youth but to alL It calls to mind recollections of the social meetings of friends around the family .board, discussing the pleasures and sor 'V'lJH9jf4he past, and hopes or the i-iow and then a shadow passing tihe merry countenance at seeing a r;t seat at the table, which perhaps J last year at this time, by some ve or kind friend, who has Xfrom the scenes of life or nt part of our glorious h ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 December 1853

'LOsta Pacha. A wiiwir ia the Visa - ."ta LUrgi givessomeintereiUngpir01" ' - Ur. in tttrnrA 'Vx thU t3eiwraL now- n tbe. hs&i of ihSTnrkwlfoMes'on'i'.ie rmrthwn back rf-th Danobci!" The -T -writer says faeis'Tert much tfcleved by he soldiers altbottgh fw conforms -very ; Ktfle 'lo"-MaTiometaa custom--iftiong "things openly drinking wine at ' the-fable.: ilc has no harem, bat one .. V : Wife, "ia -'Austrian: lady from Transyl- ". rama. -He is a perfect gentleman, a no lie. horseman; ami an- indefatigable sol- . . dier.; '-J . A letter front an Eurepean staff of ficer, under date of October 3d, says, . You are aware that a commander-in- chief is of as mni-h importance as 'the whole army. Do not bdiete. for in stance, that the fll-clothed and half- starred French battallions. would hare commenced at Montenotto a series of un iutermpted 4victories which lasted fif teen years without . Bonaparte. I hare now been a month at Shumla, and . have had occasion to know Omer Pacha, the sera...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 January 1854

I mm - - . fc'SS I.'s'i Vi-'J :- ti- - ! fc-?s.o-s;. M if .: i - V. :,.:t .. ,. lit . II 1 I 5 -. --- - - W JV - si r ; -'.'! : . i sv.v i "i 1 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth add Jaitice." AT ONE DOLLAR IX ADVASCS Volume XIX v GAL LI P OL IS, OH I O, JANUAR Y 5,1 85 4. Number G. 1 t U W if II! 1IJ BY JOHN G SAXE. pf U tmnseiseiiU for the mind, r t . From logic down to fishing. -There isn't one that you ean find So Tfery chSfcpl "wkhing1"v- A-very choice diTersion too, :-v , -"IjLw but rightly oae it, i . -And not, u ve are apt to do,.' '.; "' Perrert it and ahnse it. . . Ji,insh--a common wish, indeed . My purse was somewhat fatter, .,: , That I might cheer the child of need, , And not my pride to flatter; . . That I might make oppression reel, As only gold ean make it, -1 . And break the tyrant's rod of steeL . ' As only gold can break it! . ' , I wislk that sympathy and Love," . And every human passion -. That hath its origin above,. - .ypuld pomej and keep in fashion; Tit scor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 January 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. Tremendous Naval Battle—Russians sunk thirteen Turkish Ships off Sinope —Immerse Excitment—News of Thrilling Interest—Greatest Naval since Navarino has been fought Terrible Loss of Life—Total Destruction twenty-one Ships of War. NEW YORK, Dec. 26. -. On the 13th of November, the entire Russian fleet from Sebastopol, under the command of Admiral Machinoff, .with 24 sail, appeared off the Turkish harbor of Sinope, where Vice Admiral .Osmar Bey, with 14 Turkish sail, was stationed. A battle immediately en sued, and the shore batteries being of . no use. the Russians forced the har bor. The Turks fought like devils and would not surrender. With- the most desperate braverv they foup-ht until one ship after another was sunk, blown, or burned upi ; The Russians destroyed seven Turk ish frigates, two corvettes, one steamer, and three transports, with seven thou sand mem Osmar Bey, the Turkish Vice Ad miral; was taken prisoner. Each of the Tnrkish ships, besides its c...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 January 1854

THE JOURNAL; SStTXD AID 7UBLISHXD BT nAJSSS HABPHn. ! ti 00 in advance; 'ft 00 at , h end of the year. . . .. . - ttALLIPOLlS. THUBSDAY, - - - JA3TUABY 5. 1654. ' ' VraonriA Railkoad Exrxirsroit. We learn that a bill ha been introduced by Mr. Hall, the Senator from Mason, into the Virginia Senate, authorising an extension, of the Virginia Central rail road from Scary to the Ohio at Point Pleasant. We .are rejoiced at tbia move, because we believe it a move in me ngni .direction; a move mutuaDy beneficial to Ohio and Virginia. This extension and the GaUipolis road completed and a railroad connexion will be secured for Virginia into the heart of Ohio at Chil--fccothe, and from thence with Cincinna ti, Columbus and Dayton and the entire orthwest. There is no piece of rail road now so important, and which pro mises such rich return, as the seventy iniles, lying between Hamden, Vinton county; Ohio, and Scarry, the point where the Virginia Central road now leaves the Valley of the Kanawha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 January 1854

Murder will out. The New Orleans Delia relates a sin gular circumstance of long .concealed guilt brought to light. ' Nearly ten yean ajro two planter and the overseer of one f them were traveling in Texas. Night found them beside a rirer, which they were, unable to ford, and where they would hare to wait until morning before they could be ferried . across. -; The weather was fine, the traveler were well armed, and as they were accustom ed to wild-wood journeying, they soon prepared rough accommodations for the nigbU . As they had traveled tar ana fast during the preceding day, the plan ter were soon in the enjoyment of "tired nature' sweet restorer, balmy sleep, and no sense oT danger disturbed their slumbers.- Not so with the overseer. For him there was no sleep. A thirst for filthy lucre, his greed had banished sleep, his blood ran riot, and he saw red! He knew that the planters had & large sua. of money with .them, and as neither he nor they were known in the section of count...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 January 1854

. fc'T:l 'a-?l.: 'aii '- i.fi t4 '' A-I-1' wjofrt .vLtav.-. :,'! r.I -iv 'J 'As c - 3ff .Wllm'VV IJi." f ftir.ri .:& i vdjMt T v.;j t!h.is V.1.' frr. ?r. r.' - -nn-; i'.'.. T"'i -Jn.: V. ,r! til' :'iJ- i -i,:. . .5-'i ... .-:. - T';:-i-:t-r;f - -. f ... n. . ! 1 .,1. . -!T -!.' Kt! J.T - r. 1 - -.!". PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. it Truth and Justice." AT OJTE pOLLAR Kf ADVA3TCK - Volume- XIX;p;!- GAL LI P O L IS, OH I;0, JANUARY 1 2 T Number 7. ytgt.ll f'-V .!k'0:' t-XVli'.' - mm Hi E I THE LOST DAY. BY MRS. SIGOURNEY. Lostl lost! lost! . ; . A gem of countless price, Cut from the living rock, . " . - And graved in Paradise.: et round with three times eight , V v Large diamonds, clear and bright, -And each with sixty smaller ones, y k All changeful as the light . . Lost rhere the thoughtless throng 5 In fashion's mares wind, ,. "Where trilleth folly's song, . 11 Leaving a sting behind; Yet to my hand twas giren .'A golden harp to buy, Such as the white robed choir attune To deathl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 January 1854

Ohio Lsoisiarxu. This body at Columbus on Monday week. In Senate, Mr. Atkinson, of Carroll, elected President pro tern.; Flood elected first clerk; Wright, of Perrya- Surg, and Jeremiah Williams, assistant clerks; Welch, of Columbiana, geant-at-arms; M. Stevens, of Hamil .toB, first assistant, and1 A. W. Smith, sesond assistant sergeanU-at-arms.- Foot, of Cleveland, introduced tfpTc amble and resolution in relation to .railroad difficulties at Erik". Mr! Town send presented a petition, asking the of a law in Ohio, similar to Marne'taw. Mr. Wright moved an inquiry the expediency of amending the school law, so as to pay the township boards .for their services, and authorizing President of the Board by summons, require the attendance of the members at the meetings thereof. Mr. Jewett, of Muskingum, intro duced a bill to regulate the fees clerks of courts of common pleas district court, which was read the time. It goes into detail on the subject. In the House, the following persons were...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 January 1854

THE JOURNAL. ? A Iff S BABFS ; arAt tl 00 in adTance; ft 00 at tie end of the year. OALLIPOL1S. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1854. Th"Mkssao. We received a copy of the Grovernor"s Message at so late an bour, that we find it impossible to pub lish it entire in one paper. It is very lengthy and as it is a precious document, shall give it in doses of equal parts. We particularly call the araenuon "the reader to the tables of State ex ' rv.mr.are the expenses of Whig rule with Democratic rule. The , Governor recommends additional taxa- taiation, and well he may, X" The Cincinnati police are highly censured by the press of that city, for using fire arms in putting down the German Freemen in their demonstra tion on Bedina. Mayor Snellbaker is accused of gross dereliction of duty for Hot heading the police force in person. end giving such directions for the quel ling of the mob as not to cause blood shed. Meetings had been held, con- demning the police judge, ' mayor and . J1 concerned in quellin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 January 1854

Thk "toovs" Famiit. The trier; f an English county court. u once required to go to the court Loose door, and, as usual in the absence of a wftimt, to call for Philip Logve, a boo of Erin, .who had bees summoned ia a certain ease their pending. . The man of the baton, with the usual pomposity of man ner which characterizes this class of distinguished officials, accordingly step ped to the door, and sung out at the top of his voice "Philip Loguel Phil ip Logue!" A wag of a lawyer, hap pening, to be coming out of the court room just behind the crier, whispered in his ear, "Epilogue, also." "Eppy Logue!" bawled tbe-cner. "Apologue, too," prompted the lawyer, sotlo voce. "Appo Logue V reiterated the official. "Prologue," suggested the man of the faw. "Pro Loguel" vociferated the man of the baton, at the same time ex postulating with the lawyer "Surely, you want the whole family on 'em, sir!" "Decalogue," said the persevering law yer, with assumed indifference, "Dickey Logue! Dickey Logne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 January 1854

- - f r; T ', . .... f : j :"-' , l Fi i . 1 .CITi 10 "T i CD PUBLISHED BY JAMES CARPER. : :: , ,: . . : " ' ,- : c ;' '- - ; - : .... "Truth, and Jniticc." : - - :--, -,3 .. .: , AT ONE DOLCAR' IS. ADVANCE Volume XIX- v.' . , " - G A KL II'OLIS. OH Q: J A N PA It Y 19, 18 54. .- . , , XumbcriS. From the Louisville Journal. THE LADY OF THE CAVE. THE LADY OF THE CAVE. BY FRANK GRAHAME. neth Cave." basgiTn to interesting deUil of .1 1 l mima IMnATUT preaarred by the nltpeter atmoapber. in Thic at ra foaaa. In lofljroom they found her ? Deep within the palace care, -Where the silence reigned unbroken i Eonnd her solitary gray. Underneath the gloomy arches Lay she like a qneen in state, Something marked her as the creature Of s high and gloomy fate. - - - Bat the ancient walls are silent, Nothing whispers whence she came; Ttough the aged rivers shudder, ' Yet they keep her mystic name. Was she queen of all that palace,' . Or that old gigantic cave, Mistress of the gorgeous galleries - '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 January 1854

INAUGURAL ADDRESS. INAUGURAL ADDRESS. OF THE GOVERNOR OF OHIO. GtatUmtn mf Ou Scast " - Hmm Rtpratntetioe: "A century ago, the territory now opatituting the State of Ohio, was aft unbroken wilderness; Her admission .into the great confederacy of American . States is fresh in the memory of many -who are no before me. Little more . than half a century haa elapsed since in at event. She entered the Union with a popria tion cf hardly sixty thousand innabi - tants. Of the thirty-one States which Ho eonsfitnte that Union, she is the third in population. More than two mil lions of citizens, in the full enjoyment of civil and religious liberty, now live within her borders. ' Her resources hare been adequate not only to the expenses of Government, but have been applied to the construc tion of long lines of canals to the es tablishment and maintenance of a mag nificent system of public instruction, and to tte erection- and support of large and expensive institutions for the educa tion and res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 January 1854

THE JOURNAL. THE JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY THE JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. .At f 1 00 in idrance; ft 00 at the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY,---JANUARY 19, 1854 '-yOur town has presented rather a duH appearance the past week, owing principally to the miserable condition the roads, as the recent rami and warm weather hare bad. the effect to render them almost he passable. Not erem .fight baa occurred to mar the quiet of our town. We hear ol an occasional law suit, owing altogether to men dif ferini? in their views, which is rery ..tnral hiit cot worm mentioning, u ... . tr " weeonTd hear how our railroad is . pro gressing eVen, it ' would shake off the -dullness of the times, and giYe people something to talk about, but it appears to us the knowing ones hare shet pan' on the subject, and we are compelled to xlo the same for want of the necessary information. However, the engineers bare finished the Paint Creek survey, xnd started on anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 January 1854

THE PRAYER ON BUNKER HILL. BY MRS. SIGOURNET. "Dnriott the battle 'of Banker Hill, a"bla Jrgyma knelt on the field, with hands praikcd.and his grey head aneorered, and - while the ballet -wbiaiied aronadhua-, pred for tne success ot bis eompetnaU,an(t at oe liverance of hie eoantrrJ -;, . . . T w" . V" 'It was an hoar of fear and dread - High rose the battle cry, And around in heavy volumes spread :- The war cloud to the sky. . "TV as not, as when in rival strength - - Contending nations meet, Or lore of conquest madly hark - A monarch from his scat. : .'Yet one was there unused to tread The path of mortal strife, , Who but the Savior's flock had fed Beside the fount of life. e knelt him where the black smoke . wreathed, . . iTi head was bowed and bare, While, for an infant land, he breathed ' The agony of prayer. - "The column red with early morn May tower o'er Banker's height, And promptly tell a race unborn Their patriot father's might; But thou, O patriarch, old and grey, Thou p...

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