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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 December 1842

\niE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS rVPLISHED EVERY MOKSIXC, it 160 JtastawsL, (opvtxtc the City Hall,) J\'e?-JVri, ? ^l;vem<i .* Ciiv Muiwcribcrs for Alne Cr?/* per week l^siBTde copies ?'a,? Mail Subscribers, $5 per *"n-;rn in advance; and the paper in no case continued Kvof-d" Use time for whWfc it is paid. Subscriptions ^Zaforaii Mooths. TEEMS or ADVERTISISC: ,fV .jj-s or less, (over six,) first inscrtian- 6? Cents. ', " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " u fpr sit insertions, or one week.$150 " , "u ?< mr ttaenty-fivt insertions. 5 00 " j #er liwrtisenaents at equally favarable rates. \ ngrnage*, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding r^THB WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ; .,,K.Couctrv, is published every Saturday morning, at ^\0# price of$2 f**r annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ?Hydropathy in Germany. JfoMe& oC curing diseases by the application wja?eof cold water is no novelty in medicine, rjjough it has but recently been reduced to a, sys tt3j. The establishment of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 5. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OT KENTUCKY. TT Democratic WhiaiGenfra' Coramiuw ?A rpcalar meeting or this Committee will h* hHo at me Broadway House, oa Tuesday evening-. Dec-6. aiTo'clock. ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. J. H. Hobart Haws,) mtmrlmm Edw. K. Cowxis, ^Secretaries, d* 2t IT Job Printios Offlce.-?? **??? PRINTING, raeh a* PiMPHLr.ts. Catai^gues, checks Cards. Bill Head*, Insurance Policies, show b l s. Bills ok Liotsc. Circulars, k?. fcc. nf?tly and lionsly executed at the Office of The Tribune, 160 Na^au street. __ _ CT "No PtPE Laver" is informed that the ? City author met" hare already caused experiments to be made on Lead? en and other pipe* ?? condnit< for the 1EIrr><lDcti? of Croton Water We are not informed as to die result, but think that our correspondent exaggerates in attributing, to such an extent, tbe causes of disease and death in the Cities of Europe to the use of leaden pipes. (Tj? For an interesting Letter on Hydro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 December 1842

MONEY MARKET. S&ie? nt the Stock Exchange, Dec. 3. .108*1 2? do ?io'fxsido.1360*60?! 70 9*0MO do I860.70$ joN Stiver Blt.uew ?lock 86 25 De! k Hud.n w fi9 tfi bk of Cow.full R2J SO Atlantic M. Ins. Co.. 100 10 Mutual Fire Ins Co.. 89 jo Mohawk R..^i, 75 do .b6?d 33J; second board. 50 Harlem.bSd 15J | $l,000Ohio Sixes.70 10 do.S3J 75 Harlem. 15| 100 do.s60d 15 100 do.boms 16 100 Lone: Island.slOd 434, 60 do.43| 13 UUea.115 6 Auburn k Syr R R . 82$ 10 N Jersey'R.65 75 Stojiingto'n R....sSflti 15? 25 do.s30d 15i aJesnnaercial and money Matter?. SATURDAY F. M. There was quite a fair business done at, the Board to-day. There were no material changes in rates but the teodeccy was downward. Ohio Sixes were unfavorably affected by Ibe new loan we noticed yesterday and declined l^per ct State Fives improved i percent. The sales wi re pretty larjif. We stated tuat for the Ohio loan, wbich was offered on Fi i Jay by the .Merchants' Bank, 67J was me highest bid by pari.? s L?re. We have sin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 December 1842

The Drunkard's Death. W? published a few weeks since a powerful aale frofii 1 Caleb Stukely' in Blackwood?detail? ing with graphic skill and great ability tbe ?low but constant process of cruelty by which a drunken clergyman bad murdered his wife?while the boo, a young man, was at school. In the Nov. number it id concluded. The clergyman persuades his daugh? ter to bring home her brother to attend the fune? ral, solemnly promising to abstain from all harsh or irritating language. She consents?visits her brother, finds that he. too, has become the victim of the wine-cup, and returns to her home. The ?ad tale then proceeds:? Tbe morning for my mother's funeral arrived. My pen falters, and refuses to trace the narrative which it sickens me to recall. And yet it must be told. I have brought you to the climax of hu? man wretchedness. Read and believe. I tell you that the strange tale is true-h?mble> it may be, it is-and yet I have survived it. Who doubts its authenticity ? Let him car...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUKE IS PUBLISHED EVERY KORK INC, Jt 160 Nas*a?-sL, (<>TP?U **** C**V iTcw- Tort, , ^ii?rr?di? Citv .Subscribers for ffuie Cents per week ^ ile cop:? Tv? Cent* Mail Subscribers, $5 per '' aro in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued n,vw>d the Urne lor whieb it is paid. Subscriptions uk'rn for Six Month*. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: ?*M lines or less, (over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. ? for each subs-quer.t insertion. 25 " ? for jir insertions, or one week.$150 *' u ,'or tirenty-fixe insertions. 5 00 ' l er AavertisementJ at equally favorable rates. ^friage-s Religious and * uneral Notices, not exceeding \?liw*85 cents. V'THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p*per whe Country, h published every Saturday morning, a j %\o9 price pt$i per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. aiterarn Xotices. Use Lire of Georof. Washington. By Jared Sparks i tbridged by the Author: In two volumes. Boiton Tappaii fc Dennett, New-York: Dayton k. Newman, 199 Broadway. Ibis abridgem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6. F?R PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or kewtcckv. D" Democratic IVhiSGenera? Committee ?A regular meeting o:' tlm Committee will be iieio nt ibe Broad way ilovS-, on Toemlav ?-veninjj, Dec 6. ai7 o'clock ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. j. II. hobart HaWS, , Eow. IS. Cowlcs. S ?-c retries. d5 ^ Hr Job Printing 0?lt?-.?All imtls of JOB PRINTI NG, ^ach as Pamphlets. Catalogues, Checks, Cards, Bill Meads, IssURanck foLtaes, Show Bills, Bills or Lading. Circulars. &c. ic. neatly and expeo* tiously escented at ibe Odice of The Tribune. 160 Na^au atreet. _ v TT The December number of the Southeon Literary Messenger will p'oba'dy '?: r-ceived and lor sale at th's office thi- afternoon, as :be vessel '<> ~bicb lJ'*>' wer* pec is along sidi the r. barf. All tbe back Nos. for 1&42 may still be obtained. 05*- I or Literary Notices?Political His? tory, No. 2?The Alabama ir-urder, -fee. see first page. (?/*'ForA Sonnet?Laura Brid^man? and a variety of Misc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 December 1842

, CITY IXTELLIGKNCK. Lawyers' Diary.?This Dav. December 6.? c-1 prior C?urt.-Nos. 8. M, 16. 20. 21, 22, S3, 21, 25, 27, ?.30. 114,81,32,116,33,31,85,36. There will be a doable Jcovw>s PteAS.?Part L?No*. Ill, 117, 119.121.13, 19, S3 53, 25,51, BS, I0&?Part 2 at 10 o'clock.?Not. 110, 4,11, S139,?, 9<t, :?3,K0. Monday, December 5. Boaro of Ax? ERMEN.?The Board, met at 5 I o'clock?Present the Mayor and all the Aldermen. , e minutes were lead and approved. r-KiriioNs llr.i krrk.d?Ot inhabitants of. the Sixth and other Wards, in lavor of appropriating the $1000 sent to the Sheriff. $500 of it to tbe widow of Samuel Adams, and the oilier $'*?> to be invested and tbe interest to be used to sap part Colt's child. Of Henry A. Fay and 47 others, fur the $1000 ta be paid to Mrs. Adams. Oi Isaac G. Hopper and others, for the $1000 to be applied for trie support of Coil's child. Of Paul F. Nile?, (or leave to remove the remains* f bis nephew from the corner of Forsytb and Houston-str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 December 1842

For The Tribune. .Sonnet ? ffierttr) ?lap. Hero of yearn! thy name, on every tongue. Lives, and shall live, .hrough all succeeding time The thought?the record of thy path sublime, Taken the great confed'rate Stars" ame-ng. Snail be inscribed on banners, and be flung With shouts of thousands, to the fragrant gales Till, from the quiet bosoms of ihe vales, To every mountain-summit?ever young, And free, and overwhelming, shall ascend The song of millions, gatb'ring to redeem A Nation's honor?and a Nation's Friend Te crown with blessings sent from each extreme. And busy center, of this Land supreme, By hearts all kindled, of the gift they send R. * State?. Lauru JBridjgman. We find the following particulars concerning this most unfortunate and interesting girl in a let? ter to the Editor of the Salem Register, from Middlesex County. Mas*.: It is unnecessary for me to say who, or what, or where Laura Bridgman is. Every child has heard of her, and feels a d*ep intercut in all that pertain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS POELISHRD EVERY MORKINC, At 160 ^'asiowst., (opposite the City Hall,) Ifem-JTark, Aixi delivered I? City Subscribers for Tiine Cent* per week. Sirsic copies l^o Cents Mail Subscribers $5 per ! annum, in advance ; and the paper in no ca*e cenUnued I t*-yond llie time for which il is paid. Subscriptions | taken for Six Months. TF.RMS OF ADVERTISING: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first ins?rtl?n_ 50 Cents. ?? " for ?acti subsequent insertion. 25 " ?? * lor six insertions, or one week.$1 50 " " " lor t'jeenty-fivt insertions. 5 00 " Ijonit-r AdvertubmeoU at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Keiitrious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lines, 25 cents. & THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a verv lar^e paper, forii-e Coostry, is published every Saturday morning, at the low price '>f$? per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. South Carolina.?We mentioned yesterday the convening und" organisation of the Legislature. We see by later papers that Hon. W. C. PrxsTON has resi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 7^ FOR PRESWEIST, HENRY CLAY, Of KENTUCKY. 37 Cien. Vom. Dem. Whig Young Tfen. A Regalar Meeting of tbi* ?.oromatee ?ill be neld at I"* Broadway Hou?e o i Friday evening, 3th December, J84x, at 7 o'clock. Tbe members are earnestly requested to at tend- ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. C.J: tSS? \ ^"taries. ? ? From \Yn*hington. By our Washington letter, ?n another column, it will be seen lhat no quorum was present in the Senate yesterday, so that ne organization of Con gress was effected. This was not anticiptaed, and will consequently occasion not a little disappoint? ment It was though: that a quorum would !?? present to-day-?so thut the Message may be con? fidently expected to-night. It is thought that it will embrace a pretty full discussion of the Ex? chequer, the.Tariff, and other measures which are prominently before the people. It will he seen that a notice of a motion for th<* Repeal of the Baukrupt Law ha? already been given. ? I?Ir....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 December 1842

Dr. Smith's Lectures on Geology. No. VIII. Dr. Smith commenced his Lecture last evt bv saying that the term Plutonic expressed a It did not denote that the Plutonic rocks i frorn the infernal regions, but that they were in a state of fusion. They are all chrystE though Bot stratified. The earth had not bee rcctly explored more than a mile in depth Pallas has stated that he had made discovert the depth of sixty miles. He claims to have t this discovery in Russia, on the borders oi Black Sea, where there are beds of rocks that at an angle of about 45 degrees. Supposing bed to have once lain horizontal, as it undoubt diJ, and to have been upheaved obliquely, edges o? rock appearing at the surface of the e would reveal the character of the rock at a gi depth below, as they all belong to the same 1 Pallas thus estimated that he discovered t depth of sixty miles. Dr. Smith thought tbi-o < mate too larg'j?that geologists had discovere the depth of about thirty miles, and this was opinio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 December 1842

THE TRIB?NE. Parker'? Sixth and JLoat ?craaon for the Ti?e? Correspondence of the Tribune. Bosto.h, Dec. 4, ?542. Mr. Parker closed bis series of 'Plain Ser? mon* for tho Time* * on Monday evening by a Discourse On the Application, of R'li?ion to Life. The Cbapel wa-J ciowcLd, if possible, even ?ore than on former occasions, and the attention of the immense multitude was most marked, from the beginning to the end of the services. Mr. P. took for text the words of the Apostle, (James ii, IS,) ; J will shew thee my faith by my works.' In the ptevioos lecture be had dwelt mainly upon the Internal or Subjective influence Of Religion; be proposed now to apeak of its Eternal or Objective Influence ; or mother words, of its Application to Life-by which he meant the entire conformity of the Man, in all his Relations, to a purs Ideal of Religion. This could result only from Love to God, existing in the heart, and sending forth, as from a fountain, without ?stermission, the crystal waters of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS pyELrSHED EVKaV MOK.NI.NC, At 160 ^astott-st., (opposite the City MalL) Ji'eu>York, And delivered to City Subscribers for Aine Cents per week. ?^jBosfc copie? Tmo Crnts Mail Subscriber?, SjS per at"-"vi. in ad-ance-, and the paper in no case continued ,: i!.r urne for which it is paid. Subscriptions lakeu for Six Month*. TERMS or ADVERTISIKC: ?TF\ lines or less,(over,?ix.) first inser?an- 50 Cents. .," " for eacn subsequentInsertion. 25 " u - for six iny.itiotis, or one week.....$l 50 " ? - for tiscnt-j-frve insertions. 5 00 " umrtT Adven?a? meut* at equally favorable rates. j??r.:- "? ':,'l-i0D aiui * nneraJ Notices, not exceeding fttelI?S 25 cents. 3^ THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p*per, inttin' Country, is published every Saturday morning, at Jjji l:i>v price ol >.' per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ?Jocm by (Scot?us. To t!ic Editors of TU Tribune : Having once spent with pleasure some time in reading the celebrated work of GrotiuB on the law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBERS.. FOR PRESIDENT, _ HENRY CLAY, or ?tzxrvcur. ID* The Weekly Tribune for the present week maybe obtained at the office lhu afternoon. It contain? the PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE; Sketch of Dr. Hawks's beautiful Lecture on Sir WALTER RALEIGH; also a Sketch ?f his Lecture on the Life and Character of JOBS SMITH; Dr. Smith's Seventh Lecture on Geology; Poyntz's Aunt, by N. P. Willis ; Destruction of Life hi China; Interertio^ Cojrre?cond-nce from Philadelphia; Pollrical History ef the United States, prepared for the Tri buue by Edwin Williams ; Parkei's Sixth ?d k?*1 ^r"10" on the Times; Trial of Alexander al Philadelphia ; Gene ral new* of the Day, Poetry, Accidents, Casualties, i.e. ic Money Maikets,etc. XT The New-York Weekly Tribune is one of the largr si papers printed in the United State?. It contains eigbl pages of six cwlnmn? each, ami is ai?brd. d 10 subscribers (invariably In advance) at the low rale ?.f *-' per annum. Single numbers 6* cents. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 December 1842

me crd, dishonor the Government, involve th ?1* in ruin, and such political party in ho disgrace. At the same time, such a view in {be utter impossibility o? furnishing any cui other than that of the precious metals ; for, Government Useifcannot forego the tempt?! excrssive paper issues, what reliance ci phced in corparation* upon whom the te ?o?i o? individual aggrandizement wwuld jtrocgly opeiMe? The People would ha blame none bm themselves for any injur ? flight arise from a course so recklvas, since' J jeests would be the wrong-doers, and the; passive spectators. Tbe;e can be but three kinds of public ct rv. IsL Gold and ?silver; 2d. The paper of iiijtitn??ns; or, 3d. A representative of th? 3 c?aus ruerais, provided by the General Go meat, or under its authority. The Sub-Trei ftii?xa rejected the iast in any form ; and, ?as believed that no reliance could be place jbeissues of local institutions, for the purpos central circulation, it necessarily and unavoic Iadopted'spr-eie as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 December 1842

_JL?E TRIBUNE._ LATER FROM EUROPE. The steamship Columbia, Capt. Miller, ar? rived at Boaton on Tuesday morning?bringing Liverpool date? to the 19th uit. Among her pas ?enger? i? Gen. Cas?, our Minister to France. The overland Mail had arrived with news of some importance. A terrible tale of ?shipwreck and marine disaster is given in the English papers. In Cotton there has been r.o marked change, though f?ales have been ?somewhat larger. Corn has slightly improve?!. The Reports of tbe Poor Law Commissioners exhibit & frightful increase of poverty?principally in the agricultural districts. Beyond this there is no local new? from England of anv interest. Shipwrecks.?The British schooner George, from Tarragona for Liverpool, with wine, &c. struck a sunken rock off Lisbon, and went down so suddenly that the crew had hardly lime to escape in the boats. At Rotbsay, on the 12th ultimo, th? William, of Gloucester, foundered off the South end of the Bute. Two of the crew were lost wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS MTELISHED EVERY MORKINl?, Jl 160 AajMiB-'f., (opposite the City Hall,) Diem-Yari, And drove-.-.: w Ci v Sntaer-iberi *or Nine Cents per week. giocie copres Tico Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 pet ar.ncm. la advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond u,e lime for which n is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. ??.urns or advertising: <r?S iioes or lets,(over six.) first insertion_ 50 Cents. .> " for each subsequent insertion. 25 ** ?? for sic insertions, or one week.$1 .SO " .1 ?? for t ment y-five insertion?. ? go i? irrerer A*4 v**r 11*? -ment? at equally favorable rates. Carriages, Rengiousand Funeral Notices, not exceeding gltUM?, keen's. jp-TllE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p*per, fcrliie^ooulry, '* pubfislted every Saturday moruhif at ??e lo?r pri.*e of$2 per annum, in advaoce. THE TRIBUNE. "Political History.... No. III. {Prepared lor The Tribune by E. Williams.] DjjrfCKOrr modesprcaotcBof puksidentml. nLECTotis? XEW-YORK STATE POLITICS I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 9. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or MKTOCKY. XT Gen. Cos?, ?em. Whig Young -Wen.? A RegUiar Meeting of this t.ommmee will be ne!d atine Broadway House o > Friday evening, &lh Drccruber, iu*A at 7 o'clock. The ratrmo*T8 are earnestly requeued to at t?Dil. ADOISON DOUGHERTY/, Chairman. ft/* For No. 3 of Political History California, and Deferred City *ews, see Flf^ For' a piece of Poetry, Hydrophobia, andihe Indian Council ?<* La8t ?*&' The .Tlc-osiP. We spead before our readers yesterday the Mes? sage of President T?ler and shall abstain, at least f-r tiie present, from any special comment its spirit nnd recommendations. There in ?orbing in it calculated lo surprise any one or to excite any very'profound sensation. What Mr. Ty? ler say? of the settlement of our difficulties with Great Britain is very well ; though the best men of the few who are disposed to favor, or perhaps more properly to tolerate with us much patience and j good te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 December 1842

Melancholy Disaster.?The brig Sbawr which arrived at this port yesterday from Rio neiro. on the 11th ult., in latitude 25 10, fe ??ith the wreck of the brig Naiad, of and fi Halifax from Demarara, when the following r aDcholy particulars were ascertained. The Na Capt- Pearson, sailed from Halifax on the 1 September, for Demarara, and on the 22d, in ] tade 29 '?9, was cap3?7.ed in a heavy squall, i?o of her crew were drowned in tbe ferecas She however righted the next day with the ?f all her spars except the foremast, and ful water. No vessels came near enough to afl ber any asistance, and one by one the officers : men died of hunger and thirst. When found the Sbawmut, there was but one man (named \\ posdick) alive on board. He was in the fore-t aod was in a state of utter helplessness. \V1 taken oft', he supposed that it was about the 2 of October, and that the last of his comrades 1 died about six days before. It was not until ai hi* recovery that he was able to relate the fore ing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 December 1842

For The Tribune- '? TO : -21; : *? : *? : t. v ... I? f. RANDOLPH. Press onward ! ?et thy motto be. And thou wilt triumph over earth, And m it* changing sorrows see The pleasure? of enduring worth. Press oiivYturi 1 turn not back, nor heed The mis'ries lhat would stay thy speed, To keep thee 'neath their sway; But pierce the gloom of deepest night, Beyond is found the golden light That marks the dawning day. Press onward, in thy youthful bloom, And linger not in idle play, Along the path-way of tbe tomb, With the dim phantoms of a day : But let thy mind ne'er fetter'd be By their soon-fading vanity, But ever bave a nobler aim, A loftier purpose to attain, Than those already wou : If thou wouldst gain the brilliant gem That marks the future diadem, And life not yet begun. Piesa onward, in thy vigorous age, And let thy aspirations be More high and strong as round thee rage The strifes which Time will wage with thco. Soar fur above them ; and their din Will make thee but more pure with...

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