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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 November 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published evert morning, Jt 150 JVasutu-st., (opposite the City Hall,) New- Fork, And delivered to Cbv Subscribers for Nt*e Cents per week. Single copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, |5 per annum. In advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond tbe time for whlcb it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. terms 07 advirtisi.ho: TEN lines or less,(over six.) first insertleo.... 50 Cents. ?< - for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? " for rix insertions, or one week.fl 50 " ?< " for t:renfy-/rr< insertions. 5 00 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious aud Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lines, 25 cents. XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for tt-e Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Parker's Fifth Sermon for The Time*. Correspondence of Tbe Tribune. Boston, Nov. 25, 1642. It was nearly an hour before the time appointed for Mr. Paiker...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 30. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or kewtockt. IT" Job Printing Office.?*!1 kinds of JOB PRIN'l l\T,, ?ar? as P.MPHLr.Ti, Catalogue*, Checks, Cards, Bill Heads. Insurance Policies, Show Bills, Bills or Lading, Circulars, iic. kc neatly and expedi tiously executed at the Office of The Tribune, 160 Na??au street. n25 ? ? ? O" Person? wishing Tar Tri^'nV'IMract^e^ ces or places of business in the,city atVr^ari.y^b^t^j morning, will r leise leave their nameyjc note through the Pou Office, at the'-puf Nassau street, opposite the ParkJ.TitRMS;! wttir, to be paid io the Carrier, r*" IT Our Carriers complainiha^o^^*? hope?of tbsir subscribers witbhold-from w^''0*j?j?? $ paltry pittance Cue tbem, and ^a^^S^^J^^Q^\ ^ barra?ments This should uot^!^^jSBfir^eit' r hard ?ne at best, especially at trds^^mwt.season.of thj^. year; and n-> Kenilrman will .nffenhlsfaithfuHCarner te,^. embarrassed for the w ant of a'fe^i'ings^ic^e^Dn^ estly owes that Curr er. He^w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 November 1842

Amhkrst College.?Subscriptions have re? cent!) been ubttiiiifcd for this instituiioH to the amount of $50,000. Mr. John Tappati of this city gave $1,000, and other benevolent citizens smaller ?.um?. There appears to be no end to the liberality of our citizens. [Boston Bulletin. rry " Procrastination is ihr thief o( time"?a truth as solemn as it s important, and yet how small tbe number w?o act with promptness and decision in cases of tbe most vital uoportance. When disease invaaes the physical frame no time should he lost in procuring the right medicine at one*-, ?od get cored without delay. For chronic constitu ponnl disease*; sjch its Rheumatism, King's Evil, Scrotula, afleciing the gland'', obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Ulcers, White Swellings, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones, and other similar diseases1 Sands's Saksaparilla has been found in numerous ir.-uinres to be an ffficient remedy, ope? rating mildly and cdgawinih on the general system, purify in^ ml cleauMo - lU'e'vitf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 November 1842

From ? Handy Andy.' THE DOVE-SONG. I. Coo! Coo! Coo! Cod! Thus did I hear the turtle-dove, Cool Coo! Coo! Murmuring forth her love; And as ?he Sew from tree to tree, How melting seemed the notes to rn?? Coo! Coo! Coo! So like the voice of lovers, 'Twas passing sweet to hear, The birds within the covers, In the spring-time of the year. IL Coo! Coo! Coo! Coo". Thus the song's returned again Coo! Coo! Coo! Through the shady glee: But there I wandered J*ne and sad, While every bird around was glad. Coo! Coo! Coo! Thus so fondly murmured they, Coo ! Coo ! Coo ! While my love was far away. And yet the song to lovers, Though had, is sweet to hear, From birds within tbe covers, In tbe spring-iirae of the year. & llsitjo ItalTJ; ?V MRS. TROLLOPE. BACKWARDNESS OfTtaLIAN MECHANICS. The Marble Quarries.?After looking at the quarries with such recollections as may be easily imagined, and raised thereby my estimate of the power of man to pretty neariy the highest pitch, 1 turned to examine th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 November 1842

ItHE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE "f is PI.-EU5HED EVERY MORNING, At 16" 3?**?*-, (opposite the City Hall,) New Fork, 7j-i;?nr?d to Ci'V Subscribers for JVW'CW? per week. ! ^,t^oop1? 3T*? C7n?ti Mail Subscribers, $5 per ? nnm in a<iTance; and ihe paper in no case continued hpyond the time for wbich it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. terms OF advertising : ffV, ,:Dts or less, (over six.) first insertion.... 50 Cunts. ,i 44 for each subsequent insertion. 2S 44 1 ?? for *ir insertions, or one week.$150 " ? ?. for twenty-five Insertions. 5 00 4> A ,rr idver?M-nien?, at equally favorable rates. ,j 'y^m?i'es Religious and i uneral Notices, not exceeding I ttte liues 25 cents. I TT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p*per, - Te e Country, is published every Saturday morning, at [?fW price of $2 per annum, in advance. ~~THE TRIBUNE. Political Iliatory. \ g|rtiiun of President and Vice-President or the United ' states in 1789, and organization of the Government un? der d?e Constitution....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING; NOVEMBER 30. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, Of k entccev JT Gen. Com. Den. Whig: Yonng ^len.?K Regular M?uinr of Committee will beheld at ihr Broari?a%-House on Fri'f-?v evrnine 2a December, 1842, at 7 o-cir-ck. ADDI.-ON DOUGHERTY, Cbatrman. S.D Jackson.j^.-,-,.-.-. C. R. Taylor. \ >^rfl-r-^ _ n30 3t 3CT Job Printins Offlc?*.? ?D kinds of JOB PRI\TIN';. ?urh us Pamphlkts, Catal?clc?, c"ec"' Cards, Bill Heads. Insurance Policies, Show hills, Bills of Ladinc, Circulars, Sic. tc. neatly and ?fP?' tmnsly executed at the Ornce of The Tribun?-. 160 NJ> ^u street._ O" Pervjns wishing The Tribune left at Ibeir residen? ces or phcesof bus^-ss in the city at an early hour in the morning, will - lease leave their name-, or .wad them in by note through the Po? Office, at the publ.caiio?[Office, 160 Nassau-streei, opposite the Park. Terms, nine cent, a week, to It paid to the L7arrif|^[M| _ fj^Foran interesting Political History of tbe first Presidential hlectio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 November 1842

LI_111 [??IT'TT'''''"^^---^^^ ^ ^ we n~nin ri>: if-our renders that they can have their nyh?orcoUl?curr?; ave, reailv cured, for one shilling, ^fcanle?s they are perfectly satUfied atttr use that Prof, tattrt Coujjh" Candy is oil it i? represented, the money be returned t? them. Th? se are the terms Mr. Jones of Zfr' ithatn - trtft, tiffers the Candy en. Those who bu> the -rtxte wHI find tnaf ft really cmes cough?, cold*, boarae* ?s asthma, and any pulmonary complaint It is soi l at 82 rbati-i:ri-?tre?t. Agent?. 9 Stall -slrevt, Boston, Third and n ek-jneet*, Phihiuelphia, or next to the American Hotel, Washington, D. C, or 133 Fulton street, Brooklyn. At V'bioy 3;i Agent wanted? ipply at once. rj Colleges Extol tut. Virtues ok Jayne's Ex ?ictorant and other reparation*. r Hamilton, New-York. Oct. 8,1841. juV. J J- Fo#f??Dear s.r: 1 cheerfully add rny testimo? nial to die numerous recommendations ot Dr. Jayne's Medi? cine* winch have already been given. I have found big fj^ryn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 November 1842

For The Tribune. Gen??i? ii., y. A Livi.no So?l!?mysterious thing.'? Its form arid office who shall name? A breath from the Eternal King? A -park from Heav.-n's undying Ham*? A jewel from the flashing throne Of beamy gold and atari y gem, Where sits the High and Holy One? A pendant from His diadem 7 Was it some life-embodied Thought That wandered through His ought} mind ? A flight of Fancy, haply brought. And in His imago earth-enshrined? Was it some light; ethereal form, A dweller in t he Courts of God . Or gloomier Spirit of the Storm, That vivified toe life-leas clod? Was it the Favored One, who reared Rebellion on the plains of Heaven, Bowed to obey the God be dared. And to the Barth in exile driven9 Or was it some new-ordered Sprite, Awhile with hopes of glory filled, To sink at last in vndless night, And slumber with the clay it filled f What is its office? Who hath rear This veil that hides the world to come? Who of the silent Dead hath sent To us a knowledge of his doom 7 Al...

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

_l_ ii 11.Il'l' I" j I iMIIiWHillii THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE 13 PtXWSHED EVERY MORMUKC, ufi 160 JVofsou-sr., (opposite the City Holl,) Feto-Tori, And delitcjred t? Chy Subscribers for AW Cents per week. Single cop es T-xo CenU Mall Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and ibe paper in no case continued , b*yu:td ti<e time for wbicb it is paid. Subscription! taken for Six Month*. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: TEN lines or less (over six,) first insertlan_ 60 Cents. <i ?? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " " for six insertions, or one week.$150 " ? " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 ** Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriage*, Keiigious and 1 uneral Notices, not exceeding five \\nr*. 25 cent*. ET THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ibe Couury, is pnblished every Saturday morning, at tbf low pritof $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. The Paoinhment of Death. To IheEiilor of the Tribune : Sir: Will yvi allow an old correspondent just t? bint at some of the ans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER i. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of kkstccky rrCfB. C?m. D<m. \VbigYoong?eH'-A Begau* M'-'O of ?bi? Cornmitue will r>- ?.-id at ?>' Br> n <-*av H<>a?<* on FrH >v evening It Deeeinber. W* ttVr/cl^k- ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman, ft D JaCxson,) , C. R i?ylor,s 3<?c-et*rie*. r.SO 3t O-Job Prlntln* Offlee. ? PRINT! -u^-h a. P.mpvL'Ts. CaraLosiw, Chbck* CiaDs. BltC Heads. Tn?.'*a>ce ""'?'?"'.^"T BILL. "f Lading. C?cui*?* j;c * Vr? Iftl Na?o lioasly exrcated at tbe Oifice of Tbe Tribune, 160 RMi street _ . ET Person, wishing The Tribune left at Ibelr redder, cwor place, of bu.ir.eu la the city at an early boor in ?? IS; ihro-f h the Po? Office, at tbe publication office, I& Na?au.treer. opp-site tbe Park. Tkr*., ntnc ceuU a ws*, to bepead io the Carr ier jj> ? W.' on the Exchequer, with comments, will appear won. immi _ MiiSiCHCSiTTS.?.Monday was the regulat day for a secou? general effort to elect Represen? tativ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 December 1842

I'" '11 ll'lll'?! jjWMJ|M||^l?? jjjl? jJpW^IBfPW Sa!*D*"S FaMAPARILLA.?"King's Evil," ?o called from ?r m? -r.v ' r ''to u<! petlorhied by the royal loucb. Ti.a taial disease tuake* its appearance on different parts of tbe body. but principally atJects ihe glandular system in Its c ouneacem?! L from w hence it proceeds to seize upon and otierly deairoy the cartilages, ligaments and Utnes. The first f-yinptobis are enlargement of tbe glands about the neck, un er U;e chin and behud tLe ears, which con tiria*1 to spread and increase in number, until tbe inlrrnal organ* t?r cmne affected, and ibe longs, liver and metsentery gland* are env- oped in di-easc from which tbe patient ts only rrbeved in h s sufferings by the pal? messenger of deaib. Saods's Sarkapariila has b?en proved by actual sxpei latent in a great variety n| cases, to arrest and perma? nently curr th s and similar complaints, snoh as scro uloas tum rs. node* or hard lumps, ulcers, obstinate cutaneous emp;i A.c. F?om tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 December 1842

From tbe Democratic Review for Dec RAPHAEL. Sugfestsd by a portrait of Raphael at tbe age of fifteen, in tbe poisessioa of Tborm- Tracy of Newburypcrt ZY JOH.H 5. w-HfTTICa. I SHALT, not soon forge: tbe sight: The glow of Autumn's westering day, A hazy warmth, a drearr.y light, On Raphael's picture lay. It was a simple print I saw, The fair face of n muring boy: Yet wnile I gazed a sense of awe Waa mingled with my joy. A simp'e print:?the graceful flow Of boyhood's soft and wavy bair, Anrl frenn young lip and cbeek, and brow Unmaiked and clear, were there. Yet through its jw<e: and calm repose 1 saw the inward spirit shine; It wa?as if before me ro3c The white veil of ? shrine. As if, as Gothland's sage has told, The hidden life, the man within, Dissevered from it? frame and mould, By mortal eye were seen. Was it tbe lifting of that eye, Tbe waving of that pictuied hand 7 Loose a3 a cloud-wreath on the sky, I saw the wails expand. The narrow room had vanished?space Broad, luminou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ^ is pl'eushed every morning, Jt 160 J^'assau-st., (opposite the City Hall,) Feso-Yorle, And delivered to C: v Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. Sieele cep es Tu-o Cents y.a'? Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond the time for whion it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. terms or advertising : TEN lines or le?s,(over six,) first insenian- 50 Cent?. .? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ?? ?? for sir insertions, or one week.$150 " u <? for trcenty-ftee insertions. 5 00 " Lon'er Advertisements at equally favorable rate*. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fire lines, 2? cen's._ gTOE TR SBill NE. 3L'iterar^_Xbttc?3. Tre Democratic Review. December, 1842. The Li'eand Cbnractrr of Dr. ChaNNINO fur- j nish tue subject of the leading paper in this num? ber of the Democratic. It is mainly made up of extracts from the very excellent Funeral Discourse pronounced in this city by the Rev. H. W...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 2. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or kentockt XT Gen. Com. Dens. Whig Young Jlen.-A Regular M**-nn; of ihit Cotmntaee will beheld ai the Bread* ay House on Fri<l?v evenine. 2<i December, 1342. at 7 o'clock. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. 9. D JaCKSON, } a^rn,T\e\ C. R. Taylor, \ SeereVirie^ rJJ0 3f CP Job Printing Office.?4.11 kmds of JOB PRINTI H<*i *OrU a? pAMPHLf.TI, CATALOGUES, CHECKS. Cards. Bill Heads. Insurance Policies, Hhow Bills Bills of Lading, Circulars. Ate. itc. neatly and expetii tioosly executed at the Office of Tbe Tribune, 160 Na??su si reel. _ ^ 020 CT Perwns wishing 7>.e Tribune left at tbeir residen? ces or places of business in tbe city at an early hour in tb? morning, will 5 lease leave their name-, or send tbemjn by note through the Post Office, at tbe publ.cat.oa; office,160 Nassau streei, opp-.siie tbe Park. Terms, ntne cent, a xoeek, to be paid to tbe Carrier. CT Tb- Editor of The Tribune-;., bilged to request th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 December 1842

urv>*:.->'"- is wealth?is power: it is the key that un t ?h? - ore-booses of creation and unfolds to oi the trea resoi the anisene. No species of knowledge is more ? -vinarii than that which u-aclte? man to know himself,and !heV?t weans of secu.ing bis own happines?. What stgni Jb?j*e'!th ?iTkout health, ihe most precious earthly boon." T> t which lurui-hes Uie means ot marching ofl and repel \ v dives-e i> o: more value than lubie?, and moreprecbus JhaV fine ,,ow n,ucu angnlsh, pain and suffering ?4bt h? saved by knowing what to do! The reader i> r? ?pectlally r? quested to remember that SinDS's SAESaM-RILLA. a purely vegetable composition. iL immediate!) relieve and permanently cure diseases ES??! riroi gin In an til conditioned and unhealthy state Xf tb*r ^ttnl fa s. heixe Prodigestion caused by an undue lariton ol the ga^ivc juice?Dyspepda ailended witli Ifidity ?<"?'ouiacli. chronic disease of the Liverprodur ?c,r oahealtby bUe^-Scrofula of the Lungs, which if...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. Tb? S 1,000 bribe to the Shrriil-What shall be done with it ? To the Editor of The Tribune: The oth.er day, I was rejoiced to see the follow? ing petition to the Common Council of New-York, prepared by an individual, who did not know any one of the Colt family, even by eight, and who re? ceived no hint or suggestion whatever, except from the h^art: To the Common Council of the City of Neve-York 1 It is stated that $1.000 has been deposited in tho City Treasury, by Mr. Kart, the Sheriff; being money sent to him by unknown bands, with the hope of saving John C. Colt from violent death. We would, most respectfully, call your attention to a few considerations in connection with this cir? cumstance. In the first place, it must be obvious to all, that this monev was bestowed by some per? son, or persons, who took a deep interest in the fate of that wretched man; and secondly, what? ever legal construction may be put upon the act, every hur?aie man will feel that it was credit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERT M3RNING, M 160 Nasum-iL, (opposite the City Hall,) New-Fork, istd delivered l<* Ciiv Subscribers for AW Cents per week. Siucle copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond die time for which it is paid. Subscriptions uk'en for Six Months. TERMS Or ADVERTISING: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. .< ? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " .. '? for *ix insertions, or one week.$1 Vi " " for twenty-?vc insertions. 5 00 " Jenifer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriage*. Religious and F uneral Notices, not exceeding five lines, 25 cents. XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fortliC Country, i> published every Saturday morning, at tbe low price ol $?? per annum, in advance. THE_ TRIBUNE. illiterate Xotiees. POETRY?A SATIRE. The rocm pronounced befon; the Mercantile Library Association at its Anniversary, a few weeks since, by Park Benjamin, E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 3. FOR PRE SIDEIST, HENRY CLAY, or kextccxy. EX Job Prialina Office.?All k;nd- of JOB PRINTING. ?a^h ?? Psmphlf.ts, Catauticuei. Checks. Cards. Bill Heads. INSURANCE Policies, Show Bills. Bills of Ladivg. Circulars, ice. kc. tinasly executed at the Office of Tin streeL kc. neatly and eipetli be Tribun?. 160 Nas*?o ZT Persons wishing The Tribune left at tbeir residen? ts or places of lasines.- in th* city a: an early hour 10 thi morning, will please t-ave their names, or vnd them In by note through the Po,t orSce. at the publication office, loo Nassau-street, opposite the Park. Terms, nine cenU a ?week, to be paid to the Carrier. TT Advertisers will bear in mind that advertisements in tended for Monday's paper mu.ibe sent in by 10 o'clock this evening, as oar publication cilice is not open on Sun anys. The raui for advertising, in view of the extensive circnlatiou of this paper, are very reasonable, and in all cases are payable In advance. The ...

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

For The Tribune. The si.OOO Bribe. jfp.. Epitor:?I am ?urprised at the proposi? tion to give the bribe lately offered to the Sheriff ja the case of Colt to hia child. When there are so many poor infant children in want, whose honest virtuous parents dirough life vave obeyed every law, human and divine, is it not grange to single this one out for public charity, where bulb parents openly violated the decencies of society, and where atrocious crimes and deeds of uncommon horror closed the final scene? Is not the proposed plan a bounty in prospect for those who first disgrace their race, and then com pyt such outrages as are scarcely paralleled in the janala of mankind ? The murdered man und his family are forgotten ; the murderer and his para aiour are made heroes, and their child is to be a public beneficiary! No! let the misfortune of this child?this innocent child?in being born of such parents, stand as one warning to others not to leave ta their children such a legacy of shame. Z....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 December 1842

THE-TRIBUNE. ET We publish with great pleasure the following line* by a gentleman who has written many brilliant lyrics, among which will be recollected Iiis Apostrophe to the Ocean, commencing? " Likeness of Heaven! Agent of Power! Man is thy rictim ; Shipwreck thy dower." Mr. Shea seems to he one of those retiring poKs who is least aware ol the merit* of his own verses, which are pro? duced with great rapidity from tbe action of a rich and glowing imagination: [Brooklyn Evening Star. THE MOUNTAIN PINE OF SCOTLAND. The mountain pine of Scotland ! it Hveth in delight, Aloft where lightning-banners lead the thunder? clouds of night; Not from the soil that deeply lies in the lowland valiies down, Does the pine his sceptred arm extend, or lift his leafy crown. But on his heritance ofhights where the blood-red sunsets play, . . Like meteor plumes on a warnor s helm at the close of battle day, There_there he stands the mountain king, and a glorious king is he, As he sees with pride on ev...

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