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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 November 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Is pcblished every morning at No. J 60 Nat. sau-sueet, (opposite the City Hall.) New-York, and deliv ered to City ?>ubscrihers for NINE CENTS per week? Single copies Two Cnrfrs. Mail Subscribers, $5 00 per annum, in advance, and the paper in do case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Soi>scriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Terras ??f Advertising.... For each Advertisement of TEN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. da lores h subseqaeat insertion. 25 " do. tor SIX issertions. or one week.$1 50 " do. tor TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 6 00 " Longer Ad vertismenti at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding flttjrnea. 25 cents. THE TRIBUNE. JLiteraro J^otices. DlSSKRTtTIONS ON THE PROPHECIES relative TO THE SECOND COMINt ok Jescs Christ. By GEoROE Dt'f riELD, Pa?ior of the First Presbyterian Church of De? troit. Dayton St Newman, 199 Broadway. This is among the ablest, and we believe most popular, p...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 November 1842

2 THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, a? kentucky. CT The Editor of The Tritium: is obliged to request those who wi?l) to se? him personally to call between tbe houm 12 and 9 A. M. or 5and fi P. W. if they can conveniently do so. The absolute necessity of devoting some hours un? interruptedly to bis duties corstraios him to mak>' diis re? quest. _ TT Persons wishing The Tribunr left at tbeir residen? ces or places of business in the city at an early hour in the morning, will r lease leave their name?, or send tiieni in by rote through the Po? Office, at tbe puhlicatw? office, 160 Nassau-street, opposite the Park. Terms, nine cents ? uxei, to be paid to the Carrier. Diatren? in ?real Britain. DSV-The Kettling Post-?Weh has never a tear to shed for American manufacturers and arti? san-, thrown utterly out of employment by the pressure of unequal Koruign competition?which never raises its voice aguinst the depression of American production (especi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 November 1842

MONEY MARKET. ? - lc. a* toe *?ock Kxchaago, Not. 22. K ky Sixes.764! IM do.is * 1100 do.s60d 12* iOO d?.h60d 131 50 Long Island RR.47j 50 N Jersey R.65 125Stonngton R....s30d 16 50 do. J8 35 do.olOd 16 liOOPK'ky Six*.J& 15 Sa of America.77 ^Mechanics Bank.?| 24 *> ^3k of Cow.?3 10 do. li* i0 Rarlern yO do .. skcond board. jSjMctjswk.? 31 I 100 Harlem .s30 13 Comjaercial aad tfloney matters. Tuesday P. M. There was but little business doing in Stale Stocks to (jjy, the sales being confined to $1000 ol Kentucky Sixes at vaterdsy** price*. In banking and railroad sbar?s there a fail business. Mohawk declined l?, Harlem ?, ana Loog liiand Railroad ) per cent on our final quotation* of yesterday. Mawhawk was plenty at 31. Although one of ttrf largest operations in Harlem declares that the road is bow more than paying its expenses, and that many of the aider's expend.tute?, fuel, &c. are already made, yet the perverse slock will not go up. Tl.rre is some demand for Alabama at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 November 1842

From ' Tbe Northern Light,' THE FALLS OF NORMAN'S KILL. BY ALFRED E. STREET. A DAY in Indian Sumraer j here, tbe sky Shows a bright veil of silver, there, a shade Of soft and misty purple, with the Seece Of downy clouds/aid azure streaks between , Tke light falls meekly, and the wooing air j Funs with a quick vitality the frame. The woods have lest the bright and varied charm Of magic Autumn, and the faded leaves Hide with one robe of brown the earth that late Ghow'd like tue fabled gardens of the East. Still all around is lovely. Far the eye Pierces the naked woods, and marks the shades Like pron* biawk pillars with their capitals Form'd bv tbe sprays, and rock, ravine and mound, Hidden w'hen summer smiles, and sparkling nils Trickling o'er rnosjy atones. A low, deep sound Rumbles upon my ear, as winding down The guliien road. I seek the gorge where flows The streara to roiogle with t?e river flood In the brief Eastward distance. On rny left Are the brown waters, a high rocky iWe L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 November 1842

^wt! ^EW^YORETRIBUNE js publ isbed every morning at No. 160 Nas? sau-street, (opposite the City Hall.) New-York, aod deliv? ered to City sohacriben Cor NINE CENTS per week.? Single copies Two CkHVs. Mall Subscribers, $5 00 per annum, m advance, and the paper in no case condoned beyond the time tor which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Terms of Ad ver?sing.... For each Advertisement of TiN line* or Ie*s (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents. do l.-.ren h subsequent insertion. 26 " <U?. tor >JX r?o..?. or oive week.tl 50 44 Oo. lor TWENTY-FTVK insertions. 5 00 " Longer Advertfsmenu at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Xe-ligionj- and Funeral Notices, not exceeding flfej 1 r> 25 ccau. ^"the ""trYbu"ne]~ Hitrtatg Notices. The Condition and Fate or England, by the Author of ' The Glory and Shame of England;' in two vol? ume*. J. Iz H. G. Langley, 57 Chatham-street. This book is the sequel to Mr. Lester's ' Glory and Shame- of England,' developing more fully it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 24. FOR PREP WEXT, HENRY CLAY, Or KRWTCCXY. TT The Editor of The Tribune i? obliged to request those who w'rsh to see him personalty to call between tbe bourn i 3 and 9 A. M. or 5and 6 P. M. if they can conveniently do so Tbe absolute necessity of deleting sonv hours un? interruptedly to his duties constrains him to make this re? quest. _ _ TT Person* wishing The Tribun* left at tbeir residen? ce* or places of businw in the city at an early hour in the morning, will r lease leave tbeir name*, or send them In by note through Ute Post OfSce. at the publication office, m Nassau street, opposite the Park- TeaMS, nine cents a nxsk, to be paid io the Carrier. 03" The letter from Indiana which we publish this morning, forms part of a private communica? tion rather tban our regular correspondence, writ ten only for our o?n information with regard te ?.he Polities of that State, and the chances for the U S. Senator. We have found its? lucid and in? ter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 November 1842

Correspondence of The Tribune. Trial of" tbe Prize- Fighters?at last. White Plains, Wednesday, 4 P. M. This morning: at 10 o'clock bis Honor Judge Ruccles took his seat on the bench; and the jary em panne led to try a* indictment against Timotny P. Burgher, Justice of the jyjc^.&c. having been called over, a verdict of' not guilty' ?as returned. Tfce proceeding.? against tbe Prtre Fighter* and their ad? herents were tLen taken up. Charles Riley, Joseph Murphy, Jacob Sowrvndylc<r**a(\ tiufh Coldwell, M. D. were first called to tbe bar. These perwi' had been out on bail. They are well known City characters in New-York, were well but ? flashily ? dressed, ibq did not seem to think th?y were in much danger ol being sent to tbe State Prison. Dr. Caldwell is a middle aged gentleman, and looks like an officer in tbe Army. Tbe District Attorney informed tbe Court that it was his intention to move for a nolle pros, in the case of these par? ties, cn the hill found at tbe September ter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 November 1842

For Tbe Tribune. MONODY os the death of dr. jamis marsh, late of burlington niters'tt. ?' The words of wise men are beard in quiet, more than the cry or bim that ruleth among fools Ecclenatu*, chap. ix. 1". _ I. A light-hoi;sk on ibe coast of Sorrow, Washed by the wild, inconstant waves, That cheered th<5 gloom when winds abandoned With ? drear howl their hollow caves; II And warned the mariner benighted, Of perils thickening ronnd hi* way Fling* on Life's sea of troubled bosom No mere its calm, benignant ray. BT. In the foil noon-tide of existence, Called from a land of death and blight, A mighty Spirit hath departed Back to the fountain-head of light. IV. Not vainly bi3 far-reaching vision Here tried to pierce the ' heart of things,' While yearned his high progressive Nature Deep thirst to ?lako at Heavenly springs, v. The dark arena where Ambition Wers with a great World for the prize, And millions garner golden harvests, Was unalluring to his eyes. VL Upon the holy 3tar of Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 November 1842

SEtr-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOEMNC, I1**e Cents per week. IIS MJELISHE? ??tut ?oa.rsi.Hr, 160'iSttrnvrt, (tppotite tie City ffmll,) Hew- York, i;?rrd ta City Subscribers for fline Cents per wei I ^c^rrtP'e* r?* Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per Vm in advance; and ibe paper In no case continued i *??Sa the time for whicb it Is paid. Subscriptions for Six MonXi*. TERMS Of AOVEStTlSINC: *x lines or less, (over six,) first insertion? 50 Cent*. ^ ? for each subsequent Insertion. 25 " " for six insertions, or one week.$1 50 " " u for tnxnty-fise insertions. 5 00 " r Aawtisemenu at equally favorable rates. ftSjSg, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding wirnes, 25 cents rr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, I Yae coaotry, is published every Saturday monung, at ?r jjj* price of $2 per annum, in advance. ;"THE TRIBUNE. Hfore of the Storm at she Went. Our forebodings of the farther effects of the j.e gale have, we regret tosc.y, been more than spired. We must wait 'for arrival...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 25. FOR PRE*WEHT, HENRY CLAY, or ?KTCCKT. CT The Editor of Tbe Tribune i? obliged to request those who wish to see blm personally to call between the bonrs f 8 aud 9 A.M. or 5and 6 P. M. i( they can conveniently do so. Tbe absolute necessity of devoting some hours un lnterrupttdly to bis duties cor.stralns him to malte this re? quest._ XT Copies of the Weekly Tribune of last week, contain iag the first two Lectures or Dr. Smith on Otology. Gov? ernor Seward's opinion In the ease of Jebn C. Colt. an<t General tfamtlfff**? celebrated Letter to John C CVW<, may still be obtained at the office of The Tribune. Pric?, ?i cents. _ ?ball there be n Whig ^?ijo*al Cobtcii tion Prior to 1S44 f We have been averse to the assembling of b Whig National Convention to nominate candidate? for President and Vice President, because we con? sidered the nomination of President already made, and that of Vice President not of it6clf to requirr and justify such a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 November 1842

Canadian Octrage.?The American schooner frontier,Capri Mclntt&h, while passing through jjie Weiland Canal at the place where it is now re buildtn.q. was hoarded by about two hundred of the laborers, mosriy Irish, who broke open the hatches and diove the crew from the vessel. Captain M. vrss badly wounded by blows received from the clubs of the assailants, and one of the crew had jevera! large gashes cut in bis head, and three fin? gers broken by the cudgels of the mob. A de? tachment of soldiers from St. Catherines, on hear? ing of the riot, were immediately dispatched to their assistance, who conveyed the Captain ard his scattered crew on board, and kept at bay their Wood-tbirsty assailants. The Liberty of the Press.?The agent of the Sew World at Charleston, S. C. writes to us a piteous letter, in which he states that he had been 'held to bail in the sum of one thousand dollars on the complaint of the South Carolina Association for having sold a certain number of our journal, c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 November 1842

Prom the Bcanon Miscellany. TRIBUTE T? the Memory of Lttcretla and Margaret Davidson. it ?cok0e H- COLTOX, AUTHOR or 1 TZCUMSSB,' ETC. " Tlroo wert oofit to de-t-lt with clay, For sin too pore, for earth too bright! And Death, who called tbee bence away, Placed on bis brow a gem of light" ? Maargaret to her Sitter. The flowers that are most beautiful Do earliest decay; Ere breath of Time their brightness dull They breathe their life away. The soft South wiad that woke their bloom Reclaims full soon th? sweet perfume, Stealing it day bv day; The beams, that reared their tender birth, Wither them back again to earth. The fleeciest doud at noon that fliea Fadei soonent fr?m the sight; The hues that flush the evening skies Are quickly lost in night; The aspiring flame of brightest ray, With lavish glory dies away In its own beaming light; Music, that wake.* the sigh and tear, But lives a moment on the ear. 0, wild Cbamplain ! thy lonely lake Hath known a birth as fair, As ever did a bei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 November 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE U PCBtlSHEO EVERY HORSING, jt 160 Sattaurtt, (oppctUe the City Hall,) JS'exc l'ork, . i ^li?ercd la Ci'V Subscribers for2?i?c Centt per week. Single cop;e? Tmo Centt Mail Subscribers, %S per ?sinele cop;es T"a? Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per ai Dum in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid- ?ubacripttons uk'o for Sit Montha terms or ADVERTISING: rr\ lines or leu, (over six.) first insertion? 50 Cant*. ?? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " m " for tit insertion*, or one week.$1 50 " M for twenty five insertions. 5 00 " ,nn?*r Advertistn.ent* at equally favorable rates, jtyunages, Religious aud Funeral Notices, not exceeding 5 ste liwis, 25 cents. Ve THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ? c,-tue Couotrv, is published every Saturday morning, at i ib< low P"ce 01 annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Mr. C!ay??? Liife and Speeche?.* ?j Mr. Swain has completed the first volume of his % asltioo ?f M*' Clay'* Life and Speeches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 26* FOR I-RE a I VENT, HENRY CLAY, ">r kentucky XJTTiie Editor of The Tribune ra obliged to request those who wish to *e?- bim personally to call between tbe honr* I 8 and 9 A. M. or 5 and 6 P. M. Il they can coovrniently do so. The absolute necesMtv of devoting some hoars uo interruptedly to b Is duties constrains htm to make this re? quest. _ D* Copies of the Weekly Triune of last week, conuin in? th* first two Lectures or Dr. Smith em GtoU>zy> ^ov~ ernr,r Seteard's opinion in t*.e caw- of John C. CoK and Gtntral Hamilton?* celebrated Letter to John O. Calhmmt may still be obuitcd at the oKce of The Tribune. Price, 6? cents. TT Advertisers will bear in mind that advertisements In tended for Monday'* paper mu-.t ke sent in by 10 o'clock this evfninsr, as our publication office is not open on Son days. The rates for advertising, in view of tbe extensive circulation of thl* piper, are >e.-y reat-uuable, and in ai: cases are payable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 November 1842

I lamifiiaieiy oisaipaiea ay a lew 01 reters' ix>zei rd fit the mind Iroin all morbid impressions, ar :J phjfnli actWe and beppy. They also cure hea 5 it* miliCies, and impart animation to the count? CITY INTELLIGENCE. Friday. November 25. Police Office.?Stealing a Whole Hog.? . m^ nar.ied John Dunn was arrested last night, in the tfmU walchman Parker, with the body of % dressed b>|f. *o~n on bls k?OU,ders> which be bad stolen from jj^prrm -rs of William Bropby, No. 2 James-streeL lie ?.,? rommited to answer. There were two others with baa who escaped. " Ants" on a Charge or Libel.?A geotleman named Georee Kger, of 170 Reed street, was arrested by officer ctrp'ierav charged with a libel on Mr. Moses Black-tork, jJo.319 Greenwich street, growing out of proceedings in im common Plea*, ami also from a letter sent coroplainanL . t'.s.-r was be d to hall In $300 to answer. IiiErr or Clothing.?A man named William Marrin va.?arr'St'd and committed for stealing two pairs of panta j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 November 1842

From the Boston Ve?p?ros. TEMPERANCE DRINKING SONG. BY CHARLitS FOUNTAIN. Wi need no helping from without. To make us kind and true ; Our hearts are clear and fresh arid stout. They warm us through and through: We cail not him full man who gains Hu bliiheness from tbe vine, The glad blood dances through our vein-. Without the aid of wine: Our joy '> our own ; no fain.- gold From cheating wine we burrow, To find in place of wealth untold But poor dead leaves to-morrow ' No blood of grapes our spirits stirs, Our wit can go alone; Old poet* and philosopher* Sit with us many a one: Plato supreme, Pythagoras, Sauls uf right god-like ken. Diogenes and be who was The wbent named of men :? Hurrah, my friends, a health, a health, To the immortal spirit I Whose freedoMi is the dearest wealth We conquer, not inherit. Our souls undrugged full freely i?urn With unborn fire benign, Without a miracle we turn Our water into wine; For love to meanest things impaits Some glories of his own, And th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 November 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINC, At 180 Xasusu-st., (opposite the City Hall,) New York, Am? delivered to Ciiy Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. Smele copies *tw Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in adrance; aod the paper In no case continued beyond the time for which Ji is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. terms Or ADV?RTISIN6: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insmlen_ 50 Cents. << ?? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " m ?? for rix insertions, or one week.$1 50 " ?? " for fTrfnzy-/ire insertions. 5 06 " Lonsrer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religiou? and Funeral Notices, Dot exceeding five lines, 25 cents. Cr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ike Country', ? published every Saturday morning, at the low pri" of ?2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Stterarp Xottces. Uuckwood's Magazine for November. Joseph Mason. Blackwoob is scatcely as interesting as usual thi?; month, though it contains several valuable u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 November 1842

THE TRIE UWE. MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 29. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or Krrroctrr. TT Copies of the We*kly Tribun*-of last week, contain big the first two Lecture* of Dr. Smith on Geology, Gov? ernor SeaareTt opinion Io the raj* of Jrhn C. Cnli.xn'; General Hamilton's celrbuted Letter to John C Calhoun may ?tili be obtained at the office of The Tribune. Price. 6i cents. I s> 3D* Tkc Ltrs and Speeches or Bb.'-ry Ci.at, Vol. Li (Swain's Edition) containing a fpirit?d original Memoir of 200 pages, ibe Speeches of Mr. C. from 181? w 1329, in? clusive, bis Portrait on *-?el by Pn^homme, an i a viaw o: his Binh-place by Gimbr<-<je??H forminz a IW and beau tifulocravo r.f5S5 pages, i* firs: published tbis day at the office of Tbe Tribune. Price (aoaud in muslin) 31 73. Jj 5? a rich treasury of American Genies. Statesmanship and Patriotism. See notice on our First Pare. TT Persons wishing The Tribune left at their residen? ces or places of business in tbe city at an early hour in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 November 1842

>NEY MARKET. If e ot t5?e Ktock Ezrbane?? N?r. 26. #innr<i ?tat?? *?. 1*55.84* f 25 Farmers* Loan.15? SuMO S'*:"7?.!84?.U*2 ! 15 do. 15 StaMW " " Slxf?,l*50.. "'J \s.??K,svSix*?.764 K Msnba'tan Bank.61 39 Bk of Com.full 82i Ohio Sixes, lttjO.. 7I$I 55MohawkR..33 ' 10 Harlem. 15* S2 do. 15* 31 Syr. & Utica R.97i COKsmerrintl susrt DTlcney matters. EU-nntpAT P. M. The sales ?- thr Broker*' Board to-day were limited in p.o3d r.pd ^ank Stock*, but in State Secarieties there was a fiir badness rJ?i e ut fell rates, Harlem sold at 15}, a con tWerd if advance. Ohio sixes improved 1 per cent, and Sane Sevens { r"T cent Tnere was n good (iemmd f >r Alabama to-day, at 17 a 17$ discount. Central is jetting worse and is quoted at 30 a 35 discount. The rat? ot ilbcouot has increased at home. On t]>e7il< inst, hy an official report the circulation ef tbe Cen mil B*n^ was *] 4ji,2n3; Deposites $33,643; Loans $l,7fS. 579; Spe ? -V e.?b 'wing an ;ncrea?e of $143.000 in cir eobti a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 November 1842

From GrahanVs Magazine for December. NO 0 N. BY william CUt-LEN BiYUIT. 'Tis noon. At noon the Hebrew bowed the knee And worshiped; while the husbandman withdrew From the scorched field, and the wayfariojr man Grew faint, and torned aside by babbling tount, Or rested in the shadow of the palm. I, too, amid the overflow of day, Behold the power which wields and cherishes The frame of Nature. From this brow of rock That overlooks the Hudson's Westert! marge, 1 gaze -lpon the long array of groves, The piies and galfs of verdure drinking in The grateful heats. They love the fiery sun ; Their broadening leaver grow gloss:er,and their sprays Climb as tie ioc*3 upon them. In the midst, The swelling river into his green guJfs. Unshadowed save by passing sails above, Taten t'e.e redundant jrlory, and enjoys The soramer in his chilly "bed. Coy flowers, That would not open in the eariy light. Push buck their plaite J sheaths. The nv-tlet s pool. That dnrkly quivered all the morning long In the...

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