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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 May 1855

EVENING STAR. TO A CHILD BT I. w. LOWGHU.OW I>e?r child ! how radiant on thy mother's knee, With merry mtUn| wye a and jocund nnlles, Tht>u gas^st at the painted tiles, Wbme figures grace, With many a grotesque form and fkce, The ancient caiinnej of thy nuapery! The lady with the pay maca.v, The dancing git I, tns grave bashaw With bearded lip and chin ; And leaning idly o'er bia gate, Beneath the imperial Can of state The Chinese mandarin. With what a look of prcud command Thou ah&lteat in thy little hand The coral tattle with its silver bells, Milking a merry tunc Thousands of years in Indian seas That cer&l grew by Uow degrees, Until some deadly and wild monsoon Dashed it on Coromandel'a sand! Those si'ver belli Reposed of yore, As shapeless ore, Par down in the deep-sunken wellj Of darksome mines, la some obscure and sunless place, Bennatb tinge Chnuboraxo'.i base, Or steep Potosi's mountain pines ' And thus for thee, O little child. Through many a danger and escap...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 May 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, il.<M5EPT SUNDAY.) At tAt Star buOHnff, romtr P<tnnnfi***.ia mum us and Eleventh street, Br w. D. WALL ACH , WW be ?*rred to wbwnkm in the cities of Wwh tWftrm, Georfetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUABTEB CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents. To Mil mbacribe the whpcription price is THEEB DOLLABS AND FIFTY CENTS a year la advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTII8, and ONE DOLLAB fcr THlEE MONTHS. coriaa on ?* ?'?? '*???# Ul ? / i % tr (| j i" ? r ? . ? ? * - 4 - . ? * VOL. V. WASHINGTON, t I ... oo r-s: f. :... J FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1855. NO. 734. T HEJVEEKLY STAR. eicoUm* family m variety of le copy, par aaaum TO CLPM. ? Five copta*...... Ten Twenty *>.... ..U00 0<P-CaBB, INVABIABLY IB ABTiRCI 0^ Sinde copies (hi wrappers) ?aa ha at the counter, immediately after the tone of '??** paper. Price?thui ckbts. PovTKirriM who art a? agents will he allowed a ronm'??lon of rw^rrr i*r SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! w i??*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FBIDAY APTMUTOO* TUj 11. AGB^TS FOR THE STAB. The following persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. corner fcf Third and Chestnut streets. York?S. M. Pitting ill & Co., Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palmsr, Scollay's Building. xT" Advsrtisbmxnts should be handed ic by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may uot appear until the next day. S?LS11 OP THJL aOdNlflG F&KSS. The lnt?llig?Acer says of Gov. Gardiner's refusal to remove J udge Loring : "Trusting that this account is true, the act? so independent, and, under the circumstances, 90 honorable to the firmness of the Governor? will give him an enviable plaoein the admlra fion and esteem of the good and order-loving and law abiding men of theoountry, and every part of it. This worthy magistrate, so worthy of his high office, did not share tho friendship ?nd the wise and conservative precepts of Daniel Webster in vain* ba...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 May 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Arti Krow Notbiso Ward Meetings? Third Ward ?The anti-Know Nothing! of the Third Wa d assembled in lurce Bumbere, la?t night, in the new Franklin Hall, corner of D and Ninth streets, Mr. Joseph Bryan In the chair, and Mr. R. Coylo acting ai sec re Urj. A report was made from the delegation of tlM ward in the recent city nominating eonven tion, giving an account of the action of that body; whieh was unanimously ratified. The following gentlemen were then unani mously nominated as oundldatee to be sup* ported by the friends of the meeting : For Alderirea?Dr. A Y. P. Qarnett. For Common Counoilmen?E M Chapin, Thoe B Entwisle, and Richard H Laskey. After next appointing a committee of vigil, ance oonsis;ing of fifty citisens, they ad journed. Fourth Wmrd.?According to arrangement nt their meeting, a week ago, the Anti Know Nothings of the Fourth Want met in Parker's Building, Pennsylvania avenu>, opposite Brown's Hotel, last evening. Dr. Wm Jones in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 May 1855

EVENING STAR. ?ATU&l AMD MY BSABI. Tl?? tend'rest flower bedrenched with ram. Hull Ufta its head and smil * again Wlifli morning light <fi*pel4 the cloud Which lately thunder-*) Cast and loud, . And thou, my heart, be as (he flower. ?? . ? ?* - The little ;trean, with crystal flow, By som?- rude ?{otbi, doth murky grow, And angry rash**, .lark and fast. Yet so<>n will clear *ad calm at last, And thou, my heart, learn from the stream. The mighty oak, at winter'.* Ma-t, Stripe off its leaves, ard limbs, fend Dinit. And stands a type of mute despair; But blaom* ogaia wjih vernal air, And thou, my bean. be as the oak. * ' - ? Old occurs tide, in tein^rst driveu, Laches the shore and cries to Heaven In fearful woe,in tury wide; But soon is still as lu-oJiBg tide. And thon. n:y heart, learn from the eta. The flower, the stream, the oak, the sea, AM have their times of (loom and glee, Tr? there there comes a? )a.?t relief, (Hit .loula ne'er tiod sure o?e ot grie'; Then thou, m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 May 1855

THE EVENING STAR * PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, ^ (EXCEPT SUNDAY J At the Star Building, corner Pennsylvania ?venue and Eleventh street, By w. D. WALlACn, Will be served to subscribers in the cHi?w of Wash itifton, Georgetown, Alexandria, BaJUmorr and Philadelphia, at 81X AND \ QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*. To mall subscriber* (be subscripting price la THREE DOLLARS AND PIPTY CENTS a year in odronce, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ft* THREE MONTH9. 0p-Si*oLB cortaa orb cm. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MAY 12. 1855. NO. 735. THE WEEKLY 8TAR. This eiceOeat Paafty ar? New* taining a greater variety at interaction reading ? be (bond la aayotber?is published oa Saturday 8m#e copy, per to CLraa. flee ????????>? ? enMiMien ?< Tim i Twenty do e ? e ????????< Mi O^Casb, i*?*.*]4alt m a?wam9a. I?" Single copies (in wrappers) eaa be at the counter, iaMiediateiy after tie tesae of paper. Price?tm* ccrra. Porm*?TEa? who act as agents will be a enmmiMOOC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 May 1855

EVENING STAR. >,rAsnTNGTON 01TY: aiTUEDAT AFTEBHOO* Hay 18 AGENTS FOB THE f?TAB. The following persons are authorized t > contract for the publication of tdrer Useroents in the Star: , Philadelphia?V. B. Palms*, N. W. ooroer of Third and Chestnut, streets. New York?S. M. PrmsoiLL k Co., Nassau street. * Boston ? V. B. Palmii, Scolls^s oil ding. j~7* ADT?TiasiiwrTf should be handod by 12 o'clock, >*., otherwise they may r ?t appear u'Viil the next day. ^ THE WE* ELY STAB. This paper for the present week contain* its usual variety of miscellaneous reading and the late.it, and most re! iabie newt, not only of what oocure* In Washington, bet In different par e j of the Union and of 'ha world. The rapidly increasing number of subacribera, and the en- ? comnma e>? the pre?a respecting it afford ovl den?e ofita popularity everywhere; and jnsti fy u' in aaying, even at the expense of modea ty, tbat a more acceptable wee Jy paper could not be received inio families far and near I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 May 1855

Local Intelllg?no?. ?S?cVTi J4'1 1? the lecture r* Smithsonian InsUutloo, by the Musical Convention. Afforded, ee we t ???d to ih Bach > l?rgs auditor; ; In f,.i kl ^ WM occupied ; the ledtee In num, I their tCte fa'aSfi**' WhI?h, wel1 uieir teste in affairs musical. The ,TSrl bj mel?h*7 of tb4 ***** Bend in the choruses. heightened the effect of th fall vocal melody, ell the ??????? _v- ? ^?afessssss! pressed by appleoee, which most here been mJSedIDg 40 th# P"fcrm*r> c<>op? ,Jr.h? ?KBW,t w4? of ? charaoter to pleeee ell wn ir n ?D,Jb<il1* 1,0111 "'r*d ftnd ??,mi0 dael of *he singing au P^11 w?? judiciously introduced; occerioning not ? little laughter, end proving that e dash of hnmor is always ecoepteble to a promiscuous arembly It would do us ell goad if we would more frequently exercise torn o***?-' cultivate a cheerful At the oonciueion of the Concert he seid it bed been suggested thet a National Musi cal Convention be held in Washington in February next. Having...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 May 1855

EVENING STAR. era ? ? ST MM. L. I. IIWOMiT. "/? m mart Umri to gi? thorn. to r?*t*?.? (?itc prayers j the ?*cninr hath begun ; Re earlier than the ruing sun; Remember those who feel the rod ; - Remember those who know not God. Hia band can boundless blewings give ; Breathe prayer*, through them the soul (hall live. Give alms; the needy "ink with pain ; The orphan* mourn, the crushed complain. Give ft eely; hoardtd gold is crust, A prey to robbers and to rust. Christ, through his poor, a claim doth make ; Give gladly, tar thy Savior's sake. Give books; they live vlien you are dead ; Light on the darkened mind th?y shed ; Good seed they ?w, from age to aje, Through all this mortal pil^image. Tlfty nurse the it-rias of boly trust; They wake untfirsd when you are dust. Give smiles, to cheer the little child, A "tranger on this thorny wild ; It bringeth love, lU guard to he? It, helpless, asktth love from thee. Howt'er by fortune's gifts un blest, Give simJas to childhood'a guileless bre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 May 1855

THE EVENING 8TAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAYJ At tka Star Budding, corner Ptnnrt/lvamim iwnw and Kievmth Mrast, Br w . I> . WALLACn, Will be wired to snb?cribe?* in tV tHies of WaMb iaston, O?orj*>town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AMD A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents. To mail rob*.riben Hm frobeerlptton price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEBITS a year tn aihranct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR !hg THREE MOVTIIS. (fcy-SiHQi.* "orias on ? J *? e .. i VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY. MAY 14. 1855. NO. 736. -THE WEEKLY STAR. be found ib aay otbar?4e published on Saturday ? W*I Sto0e copy, per annum to otra?. K?r _ . ?????? ?????. .........?? '??' Tweaty dohmw.. m^ 0&~ C&fl, lUTtaUILT TV ilTiML 97- Sinfle copies (tr wrappers) cm be at the couuter, unmMiitdy atlr she pa?>e*. IMee?rmwu <tm. Pomnrraas wL ?ct as ipi? ?rtS be ^?wc1 I coqoni nf per em of W* SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! J0H1T H MOOT. Sowt* ride of flrvi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 May 1855

? v FN'ING STAR WASIUSGTON CITY: ?tWDAT ATTEBW OH Kay 14 AGENTS FOB THB -TAB. Iht following persons are authorised >o contract for tbe publication of adrcr tiacments in the Stcir: Philadelphia?V. B. Palkh, N. W. <?orner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pkttujqill & Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Palmzk. Scollay's Building. Iy Advbrtimmkkr should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise tbey mat appear ^ntil the next day. i?ntrr of tps valuta peek. The I*Uiligt*c<r says: "Aiaid the extravagancies cf opinion. the d< fl ttw of law, ani tbo acta of violence whiob B>4i k thepre-?M time aud nre beeotniRg ?vsrj day more c mmon and ?lde spread^ musing dinreii and alarm totbefnencco? order au' republican government, it i? t coDiolio; evi dence of ibe nlidint e ur,dr.e>s of publie tea tlment ?o witness the general and aj on'ansone ?p, :?a c which fallows any res !ute Indepecd eut | ?ilortu'.iH-e tfdu'y in disr?gajd of mia guided r>0|u ar passion and cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 May 1855

!CV'r-:NlNt3 STAR. Local Inflligono#. cel ebe attoe.?The Jamectown Eooiety cel. brated their second anniversary on S itardsy 1m: They left this ciry in the steamboat George Washington, stopping at Alexandria to reoeive an accee-don to their number. Landing at Mount Vernon, they were ad dreesed by the venerable G. W. P. Curl*, E>q hia ppeecb abounding with revolutionary incident* and others connected with the civil and military career of Washington, and o! the landing ar.d settlement of Jnmwtowa. It waa one of the beat eratqrioal tfiortt of the "old men eloouent." A ftne band cf music accompanied tne excur?ioni??s and mida the Mount Vernon eetato rin ? with its aoul s irring me'.cdiea After atayirg there fjr a be at an hour and examining the premise*. inoiuding the hoiiM and gardens, tho company re-em barked, taking with them John A Washington, the proprietor of the estate, to the White Hon*e, where an elegant dinner had been prepared for them P K Fend*!!. Em , the preaidant of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 May 1855

EVENING STAR. tootctips or a irons it townrii low. When the hours of day *rf nnmbered. And ihe roicrs of the night Wake die better ?oul that 'lumbered. To a hofv, calm delight ; 0 Fre the evening lamp# are lighted. ^nd, like phantoms grim and tall, Shadows from the fltfui firelight, Danee-upon the parlor wall; Then the lorai-KM the departed Cuter at the open door* ; The beloved, the true bearti-d. Come to visit Be once more. He, tlir young and ntror.g, who cherished Noble longing Tor the strife, By the roadtnd*' fell and penciled, Weary wuh ihp march of life. They, the holy one* and weakly, Who the ctos* of suffering bore. their pale hands so meekly, Spoke. with u? on earth no more. And wiUi them the being l?ea?teoue. Who unto my youth was given, More than all things elae to love me. And is now a samt in Heaven. With a slow and noseless footstep Comes the messenger divine, Takes the vacant chair beside iuc. Lays her gentle hand in mine. And she sits and d?zt< at oie, With those d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 May 1855

M THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8UNDAY.) At ths Star Building, corner Pennsylvania avenue and E'evtr.tk *tre?t. By W. D . WALLACH, Will be wrved to subscribers in the cities of Warti fact nr., (IiKPftown, Al?xandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*. To mail rub*criber? tb? subscription price id THREE DOLLAR8 AND TIFTY CENTS a year In ailrance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. (J^Sinqle corn* oni cbjtt. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MAY 15. 1855. NO. 737. THE WEEKLY STAR. This excHtaM family and New* J?wl-cow ? UklD I rut a frra!T rartrfy of mtere*un? rf?dkn( ttiv: can b. found in any other?? published on Saiunh. v TtUI. 8m*!r copy, per annua & TO CLTBS. rOp|^ ,M*.?. do...*.. ...... ....< invariably in adtahci. OCT" Single copun (In wrapper*) can be procure-' at the counter, immediately after the i?ue of \?i? paper. Pncr?tiuix* ci ? ? ??????????? .13:0 PnrrHA?TtRs who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 May 1855

LVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TTTEiDAY AFTERNOON May 15 IfiRm FOR THK STAB. Ibe following persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star : Philadelphia?V. B. Palitor. N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. PrrnNQiLL k Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Palmib, Scollays building. IT" ADTBRnsaMaxTS should te handed tt? by 12 o'clock, M., otH^rwjse they may not appear until liie next day. 'SPIRIT OF THE MOSSING The Union considers th< refusal of Gov. Qanliairto remove Judge Loting in obedience to the vote of the Massachusetts Leg::I?ture, a mere trick to affect tbe Virginia elation and in another article shorve '.hat tho Governoi voted for his removal frct^ his position of law professor at Harvar^ and j, M biUax in hit denunciations r;Jjudge L.'? inflexible execu tlon of the fugitive slave law as aoj man in the State, In this connection we may not in appropriately add. that it is well un ler-tood that Governor Gardiner withhe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 May 1855

KVKNING STAR. Local Intelligence. WasimsTOs Councils ?The Board of AI' d*rm*n met yesterday afternoon, at the ap pointed hoar A communication from tho Mayor, enclosing one from the trustees if the public school?, covering one i cm Mr. Wm. H. Miller, t-aee arer of the building comra hee of the First Presbyterian Church, offering to toll to tba corporation a small building near the o&aerva tory, which ?? n ?w used as a chu<ch, for pub* lie school purposes?was laid before them; re ferred to me public school committee. Alio, the bank aocouat to the 12th inat.: re f erred. Also, one enclosing a communication from the tax collector in referenoe to tbe taxes re m lining unpaid, end whioh he wm unable to eolleot by the sale of property; referred to the finance committee. Also, one asking the Council to see that the eorpora'ion be duly represented at the meet ing of the holders of ihe preferred bonds of the Chesapeake and Ohio 3anal Compmy. on Tuesday, 224 Inst; referred to the fioaoc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 May 1855

EVENING STAR. COLFKSIA'8 SHIP OF ETATS. s.ul on! Mil on.' Ummi gallant bark, Thouzb tempests 'round the wing, Sail on ! and ?kim the hiilow*' foartl? An eagle oo the wing! The storm.- of envy, let them rag* Around thy curving side, They whaJI not rend thy stalwart make. Proad beauty, of the Ude ! The miring blast may fiercely ppring Along the mountain wave, The wave of hat- may lash thy mast As though it were a slave ! But let them gorre their clashing might To Ury'a utmost fill - Thy sister prows shall ride one o'er, And bo'K bend to their will' The lightning'? bolt mav sweep along The curtains of the sky, Hut they who man thy buiwark strong, Shall steal it from on high! The vulgar 'scam that gurgles out The ovean of th? crowd, 'lay vpread thy wake with luring snares, To stitch a wat'ry shroud ! Heed. heed th* m not, thy plunging k<el Shall brush then) firom the path, As tbou shalt beat with thunder back Pale victims of thy wrath ! Leap lightly o'er the liquid blu-j, Yet steer f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 May 1855

the EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AfTSRNOOH, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star Uuildinf, corner Pannrqlv+nx* mvmue tnd Eleventh ttr*e:, n T W. D. WALViACH, *Vill be urfv< (i to ?ub*cnbcrr in lite cliiea ot With tngton, Geor^town, Alexandria, Baltimore and rfcfiaJclphta, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pnyiUe weekly to the Areata. To mail subecriber* ?he rabecription priee to THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fcr THREE MONTHS. corns om o?wt. THE WEEKLY 8tau. ? ????? ?! ? ? iMWrtfi osw Vol. v. WASHINGTON, D. C., wednesday. MAY 16, 1855. no. 738. do* Mm ? > im m*? Twemy do... (q^Caca, UTasiaBLT ia iVfaca 0(7- Single cop* (?5 wrapper*) OM be at the coutiler, ia?ediatHy *ft<* U?e m*v* of . o paper. Prtce??raaaa eairra. Porr*Arrra* who art aa areata will be avowed a comoi.'?im! of twenty per cat. SPRTVO iKn onuum n^/v r?n . ?u v/ iu ji cu\ VJWI/O . ? , J0H5 H SHOOT, WA tide of Bridge rfrerf, near HigA, H?K0a?ETOWH, D. C., Af^reeHve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 May 1855

f- VENING STAR ? _ ? ? L ?V \ * tj ? vaton r TT T?* Wir* 8D \T AJTBHM-OW May 18 !*?T? FOB TKXK -TAR. The following persons sre authorised to contract for tbs publication of sdrer tisctnents in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B Paotkr, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Psnrritfoiix 4 Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Palm**, 8col!ijr*? i>ajlding. AovshttskmnkI's should be handed i; by 12 o'clock, j|., otherwise they may i ?t appear until the next day. OF 73* ? Pft&ic The Urnon dotic?# the recent tetter of the Boo A 11 Stephens, of Georgia, on Knew I? -thicgism. praises thesoaadaeet ef his vie?a> and reg'ets hit retiretsjact from public life. We re?ret $?nc*r*>ly th>c the limits of oar a; aee m ike It 1-npossihIe for a* to re poblish the letter of Mr Stephen*, wblc'i it veslly t he m< tt conclusive and powerful exposition on the sulj ct we ever read It should ha in the hand; of every met; In the ooun'ry. and we take it for granted that millions el ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 May 1855

KVKNJENG ST\R. Looal Inte111gooot. Tri Ball last Nio?t, given by th? Frank lin lath* National lb* at re. wai a glorious en tart ain men t. The Hall?the rage and entire pa-qu-t floored over?wax arranged with in. compatible tarte; tha artis-ia deoorations be ing tha hand)craft of tha accomplished artist. Lamb. Iba new sueion ot tha Franklin Com pany was pieced in tha b?- i ground, and mannad by an nniforaei eo?| ofminature fire men tba oldest, perhaps fifteen years of age, wboee picturesque a'titudes with a little miss for thagoddeaa, perched on tha very pin acta of tjc machine, addad greatly to the effect of the brilliant soene whan tha curtain rose at tha opening of tha ball There were, ?f coarse, a large number of beantiful and fay young ladies present, while tha surrounding boxes were graced by tha prasenoe of elder friends of the Company of both sexes, w o, though da* cliniag the marry danoe, giaced the oooasrn with their preeeaoe Nearly all the volunteer companies were rapresent...

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