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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 November 1841

' THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE onSli?l>*d every mo r n i n g. at No. 30 Ann i esset New-York, and delivered to City Sobscnbers EVoNE CENT per copy. Mail Subscriber!, *?? per -naura in advaeoe, and the paper in no case continued Srond tke time for which it is paid- Subscriptions ^en for Six Months. _ TlrtU of AdvtrHting_Ter etch .JaWf umenf of TSN lines or lee* (over six), first insertion.. 50cts Jo. for each subsequetit insertion. 35 " j? for SIX Insertions, or one week-81 50 to for TWENTY-FIVE insertions- 5 OO Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates (^Advertisements when ordered to to be continued 3 the inside after the t-rst insertion will be subject to lit same charge as on their.firat appearance?payable ,E all cases in advance. /->? The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very largu paper for ta? Country, is published every Saturday mottling, ,? the low price of tM Per annum, m advane*. "the tribune. _ Jahs'j Nr.w MaxrsL or Homoeopathic Pbactics : Edited, with Annotations, by A. GtUtALIiJJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 November 1841

_ THE TRIBUNE. _ TH! U.-IMY M< iKNLVj,"Mj\ iCil. ' ?TT We are constrained, by the neecmty of making room ia the evening for the Report? of Lecture*, to place a great portion of oar earlier New- by the Mails oo our First Page. As our paper can be opened ?ithout strain? ing the arms, our readers will have no difficulty in find? ing it. TT Tor three columns of General New-?. Literary Notices and Miscellanies, sec First Page. TT For City News, ire. see Third Page. ET For the eventful Life of Daniel De Toe. author of ' Robinson Crusoe,' see Last Page. The Repudiation of *mte Debts. "We have, by per?ev-iin? erTort, at length smoked wut the Albany Argue on the subject of Repudia? tion. That paper devotes nearly two column* of its Tuesday evening's issue to a direct and labored defence of its Political allies of Mississippi in re? fusing to pay the State Bonds ! Wo are surprised at tiie boldness of this avow? al?and yet. perhaps wo ought not to be. Of what net of shame, and injus'.ice ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 November 1841

LAWYERS' DIARY.Nov. 35. "n-esDi* or Cocst or Common Pleas?This Day? yo4C, ?id. 48, 49. -0. 51, 90, 29. Iii, 42. 53, 54. 274. 55, 5?. fii? BOte' of* ?MB0 L,"mled States Circuit CourL Gilg Jtntelltgt-nxe. Reported for the New-York Tribuao. CIVIL COURTS. Wednesday, Nov. 33. Xo action was brought into the Court of Coirmon Piep.? >c Cbristiaoa Rritz against Rudolph YeBoJ and Daniel n Noah, to recover the value of a quantity of bouse b.-id firniiuro rnd otner properly, ?h eb had been aliacne ? an i: exscution against Lotus Haubcuncstol, at the corner jl' Ludlow and Hudson-streets, but which the plaintiff iliian a> belonging to her under a bill of sale from said Hiabeunfitel. The parties kept a porter home, ..ndalso , ihonnsker's shop and a barber's sh;>p ua t'-e premises ?U?dei to. The rusia feature in the case i?, that i.'au hesne'lel sad a woman believed to be his wife had i|iisr rfjed and tho latter left bun; after which the plai tiff mi Haubeuncstel lived together passed as m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 November 1841

Memoir of Panifl De Foe. Condensed for the Tribune from Appleton'? new edition of Robin'on Crusce. Intimately linked with our earliest school-day remembrances is that strange narrative of stormy adventure and island solitude, Robinson Crusoe Not less interesting to our maturer minds is the biography of its popular author now than wen* then the stirring incidents of the ' Monarch of Juan Fernandez, for not in that work alone rests the literary reputation of De Foe. but on others of great power of mind and originality of method: all which, however, merely followed out to fulfil? ment the promise of his early years. De Foe was born in the parish of St. Giie-. Cripplesgate, London, in the year 1661. At an early age he evinced that spirit of independence and vivacity of humor which afterward so strongly characterised him through life. It appears from aome passages in a work of his called the Review, that he was originally intended Tor one of the learn? ed professions, and was therefore; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 November 1841

BY GREELEY & McELRATH. OFFICE^>.^30 ANN-STREET^ PKICE ONE CENT. '>ttt'.VOBK. FRIDAY MORX1XC. XOYEJIGi:ii ->6 1541. VOL. 1. MO. 197. ! THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE nafclifhed every mo r n i n g, at No. 30Ann IdKft, New.York, and delivered to City Subscribers _7 ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscriber*;, M per ' am m advanee, and th*. paper in no case continued P^otld the time for which a is paid. Subscription* ^,n lor Six Months. _ < TrrM t/^de?rfSSt?J... f'^v tath ist?tent of ?wVline* or less (over six), first insertion.. SOcts Jo- for each subsequent insertion_ Hi " it, for SIX" Inaerdoaa, or one week_)?J 50 jj, for TWENTY-FIVE insertions_ 3oO 'louj'r A !?? ertisi incuts st equally favotable rates. vuH Ivertisements when ordered to to bo continued ? the inside after the first insertion will be subject to ~L raac charge as on their.first appearancse?payable jjjll cases in advance. ??.?The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very lare? paper (jrtOf Country, is published every Saturday morning;, ? (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 November 1841

THE TRIBUNE. _ FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 2G. 1841. ET As the N"!?-Bedford Mercury copies our account of the New Merchant*' Exchange in this city without credit, it nsed'not correct its serious mistake id staling the cost of the ground at $75,1? ? instead of $750,00(1. XT For Whirtier's Poem on Henry Clay. Mr. Web? ster and the Whig Party. Coit and Profit of English Railroads, John Q. Adams's Lecture on China. Small Pox at Tahiti, Raising Hemp. ice. ice. see First Page. CT For an original Poem byCanning. and a thrilling article from Black-wood on the rmser.es of Professi on? al or Literary Life in Cities, see Last Page. The Mississippi Question.?The Albany Argus still rests very uneasy in view of the afitude of its Mississippi brethren in relation to their Slate Bond?. Tn its last paper, it endeavjrs to give currency to The Sun's versioi of the matter, as follows : " The Setc-York .S'an, a neutral paper, alludes to the Bond question, as connected with the recent Election, and says: " ' Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 November 1841

W'lSTKR KotTR TO NsW-YoRK.?Th?' kstnthe ent' Ti""**' of the New-England States, the citizen* of Tr?y. Albany, and of th'' North and Western eoturtie* of New-York, will be provided the coming ??int? r with railroad and steamboat conveyances to iheciryof New-York, with the exception of about twenty miles of staging Then will be two routes; one from Albany to West Stockbridge, thence by ?tag** 25 miles to Carman, thence by the Housa lonic railroad to Bridgeport, and thence by ?team bost to New-York, Distance, 180 miles. The ether from Albany to Springfield, Mass. thence bv itufe 23 miles to Hartford, thence by railroad to ?w-Haven, and thence by steamboat to New-York, Distance about 240 miles. Farewell forever, therefore, to the -tage route over the Higalunds; and to its attendant had roads, bad taverns, and snail-like progress. The mail, however, will probably still continue ta be brought by the old route, and w e shall, therefore, be obliged to derive our Congressional news, at least...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 November 1841

For Tb? New-Turk Tribune. S T A N Z A S Written u^on the aariv^rsa-y of ih<- death of rsv wife. by e. w. k. csjuthc Ever onward to its setting, Waneth Life beyond recall; And the dark and deep forgetting Of the tomb awaiieth all. As acress Time's mossy dial Pass with shadowy tread our years. Each doth chronicle its trial With a pencil dtpped in tears. Joy's bright ?un again in heaven Dries, perchance-, that tearful rill; But, like lines by lightning graven. Liveth there the record stiU. When the soul of Passion grieveth, Fierce but transient is the war ; But -.he weonds the heart receive* Never heal without a scar. Mine hath felt its sentence written? Death's sad blighting and its gloom j And like pilgrim, anguish-smitten. Wears its sackcloth to the tomb. One sad year this day is numbered Since the bolt of Sorrow fell. When the loved one sunk and slumbered. Atifi they knolled her funeral knell. Mournfully my thoughts go weeping Down the unfergotten Past, Lorn as ghosts their vigi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 November 1841

THE NEW-YORE TRIBUNE ti fjM'uhnl every mo r r. i n g, at No. 3fi Ann street, New-York, ajul delivered to City Subscribers ?or ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, %A per jnuttm :n advance, an ! the paper in no case continued bcvont Ike time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken f?r Sis Months. frrns af Jidcertin'ng .. Ftn tttek *1drtTtiarmerJ of TEN'*'1"'* or (ever six), tint insertion.. 50cts jo. I ?? ? n b - lequcnt insertion. \t.~* " ,j0 kir 31 V insertions, or one wick-!s}I SO do for TWENTY-FIVE insertions_ 5 OO Longer AdTertlsetnents at equally favorable ratea Marriages, Religious uud funeral Notices, not cxeee u,j five lines 25 cents. OQr-Advertiaemetita when ordered to to be continued en tnc inside after the tirst insertion will be subject to the same charge as on their.first appearance?payable in all cases in advance. rjj. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a rery large paper for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, attlelow priceof S'-i per annum, in advance. T H E TRIBUN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 November 1841

THE TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 27,1841. XT ADVERTISEMENTS for Mondays paper ought to be sent in before 9 o'clock thia evening. The office ii rot open on Saudays. XT For 7 communication cpon the new Medical School, aa Extract from Camp's 1 Democraey.' an Ab? stract, of the D. S. Census, an Acc.ua: of the Ane?: of Eider Knapp, ice. see Firs: Page. XT For an article on Epigrams and a vivid descrip? tion of the Battle of Lundy's Lant soe Last Page. *.* From the very extensive circuiatir.r. of this paper among the Mechanics, Merchants and business communi? ty generally, it ia deemed the most advantageous adver? tising medium tf any in the city. Th. terms are reason ablo, and advance required. Tho Repudiation of *statc Debt*. U there be any of our readers who are weary of hearing arguments in favor of preserving the honor of the State?, either from a belief that they are net necessary or from indifference to the subivct, we entreat them to bestow five minutes' consideration on a bread...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 November 1841

THK SAFETY FU.Ni?. jjn,| (be foil?? i?g letter from tho Comptroller in Aj0Mv EvealUg Journal . f Thursday: : Comptroller'sOrriCE, Albany, Nov. ?4, 1H4I. TisWs* E,a n?ir Sir lu answer to numerous in.jitir!>?? tu relation "*' rtdovr'?'<>" ??",h" MW? *f 'r" K't k of Buffalo aud ' rc-.i Bai k 61 Butla'o I read you for publication a l, r'oeut shown g the -il-atiou of the Safety Fuud, and ' "?,^.n?iou of the a* ? uppcrtain ng to tho subject. Very ies?ee;fu!ly. your ob.dn-ul ?ervaut, John a. Cullies. Comptroller's Orricic, Albany, Nov. v!j, 1841. taTEWKNT OF THE SITUATION OF THE 1 SAFETY FUND. r,.?iaouptof the Capital remaiuing 30th Sep r??ber. 184?..*lc:,4;rT 99 J, .dvancea from the Treasury since that lo redeem Safely Fund Bank Notes... 106,031 00 gsUeC of Safety Fund, 21th Nov. L-41 ..$J7:?Aoo 99 it. 'er the prosmons of the Act of 26th M iv. iglt, tbe Comptroller baa given a otic*, to the Safety Fund Bank?, that there will be rc qairsd tu pay J per cent upon tueir Capital oi th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 November 1841

Fron ti.e New. York Mirror. EPIGRAMS. There is DO kind of w it which pleases us more than a good, pungent epigram. In thi? descriptor of hurr.or th'- Kr.glish language is very rich. Ir altno?t all our gr?-tir poets we meet with epigrams continually, and they are scattered ' thick a? au tumrifi! leave*' thruu?hot;t the humbler walk? oi letters. Dr. Johnson has written one upon George II. and hit peet-laurealc, Cibber, which, for grave sarcasm, is almost unexcelled : '? Augustus still survives in Mero's strain. And Spenser's verse prolongs Eliza's reign ; Great George's acts let tuneful Cibber sing. For Nature made tiie Poet for the King. One of the wit* of <v.ieen Anne's time thus writes concerning a notorious plagiarist by the name of Moore: "Moore alwavs -miles whenever be recites : He smiles 'vou think) approving what he writes? And yet in thin no vanity is shown; A modest man mar like what's not his own. Here is another -a Gibber : '? In merry old England it on e was a rule, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 November 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRI BUN E i. TjMiihfJ every mo r n i n (?, at No .30 Ann ?si-et' New-York, and deiiv ered to City Subscribers fc?ONE CENTpercopy. Mail Subscriber. Hpff L-u? in ?-Ivane?, and the paper in no case continue/] payoa I l*< time for which it ?* paid. Subscription* laben for Six MoHth?. TW,. */ J?efaartiaan<....ror eecA ^f^?*,,*S^ TKN hiic-i or le<s iov. r lix), Brat insertion.. ia tat ca ? insertion. ?*?.? Jo a>r six insertions, or one week-81 s?u Jo. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... sou Lonrei Advertisement* at eqtrally favorable rates Carriages, Religi .us and Funer.l Notices, not excecd rise lines S5 cenl?. flea-A iTertisernentJ when ordered to to lie continued m the inside after the rim insertion ?rill be itrrdeel;to tar ?ame charge as on their first apuearaiicss-payahle in all cases iu advance. CJ- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very largo paper far-the Country, is published every Saturday morning, it the low price of ffil per annum, in advance TJ E TRIBUNE" Major Toehm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 November 1841

a*aaa?ms??MOMmaeMaoam?awssaiMMaM??siT?aMM**sm T B E T RJ ?> U NJE^ MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 184: ' C* of Rochester will perceive that hit ecinmunicati? w?* anticipated by an editorial notice. Exeats,?In ,? ? ?ice in aar lau cf the dinner at tb A?tor Hnu-e to tile l'rirse de Joiuville we carelessly an erroneously sls'cd that it was given by the CnmmouCour eil i w*.given bj the French rendenU. loourrepoi of Maj. I'ocmui'n Lecture aevereJ t>pographic?l error occurred. The extent or Po'acd should be 360,000 mat ? -.lead of 380,000 France ban IdO.OOO instead of 1^.00 electors. In the la.f paragraph of the ?ntco'umri 'l-ea ?a.it?' should be toar????e? aud in the last paragraph of tn second column the rystemof the tyraut? who dismember ed Poland iu-tc?d of that of Napoleon i? refericd to. XT For thecortchxsj >n of M?j Tochman's Locurc a Weme-ri Speech ai d goveral brief articles on varion subjects, aee First Page. XT Tot a Poein by ' Glrecs,- a sketch of the person al characcr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 November 1841

LAWYERS' DIARY -s ? -" Calknoab of Cocbt ir Common Pi bas- 'I his Dsy? >>? ^5'. so to, so, sa; 93, :-i, .'??;. 1, 9 ?. as, ???? 3,. 3$ jjeTn^re It but o?o Calendar for to- lay?aot two, as expected. '? But Iber? be t?o od Tuesday " City Sntellifience. Repo-ted for the New-York Tribune. CIVIL COURTS. SaTVRDay. Nor. 27. Iu the Superior Court to day, the following decisions ?er'' ia iv.e C-eorge 8. Nleaola *?- the Mayor, Coturaonality, Sec. of New-York.?Tail arai an setion lo recover penalty far violating a city ordinance whi. h re?piircs pros ed hay to I .- inspected and weighed liy persons appointed by the Corporation. The plamtifT in error contends ihat a State |.,? pxis s which lake, ihe power out of the hands of ihe Corporation, and merely requires the owner of pressed h iy personally to put tho mark and weight on Sis bundles, fur violation ol which h>-cao only be tiaed by complaint of ?odTor benefit of l ayer. A judgement had been ob? tained against Mr. Nicbols 111 beball...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 November 1841

From ?be Si ?-York WeeklyTribun*. A D R E A M . bv clycus. Strange Power of dreams, foreshadowing things to come. And rending with thy prescience-pointed spear The vasty, spel! bound cavern of the Putnre-j Whence issue forth th' imprisoned myriad shapes Of thing* predestinate, by Fate ordained? The changeless destinies of unborn years : Or raJiue.: op with fearful incantation A long and sombre train of gone events, Dread spectres of th' inexorable Past, Which, hov'ring o'er us with their brooding wings. Alright the mind with reminiscent horrors? The gloomy catalogue of past misdeeds, Of time misspent, of wasted energies. Of sin, of sorrow, and of woes endored : Potent enchanter! that, with mystic spell. Post fetter down in sleep the toil-worn frame, And bear the free, unburth.-ned soul aloft To move, 'mid phantoms shadowy as itself, ?3 the pale regions of the Spirit Land How do we reverence thee with inborn awe ! I dreamed ; _ , A wild, mysterions vision Stole o'er my fenceless thou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 November 1841

l TUE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Ii published evcrv morning, at No. 30 Ann 1 street, New-York. and delivered to City PolxcnU'r* for ONE CENT per copy. Mml Subscribers, M pa UK,... :v ..iiiv. and ?Kr. ja, ? r in no case continue/ J beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions Utiien for Six Months. ! Term, of Mvtrt?ing.... f r tich Mrtriittnentof TEN lines or less (ovei sis:), first insertion.. zS*? r SIX insei one n eeB?99 ?>?i 0. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 5 OO oneerAdvi rtise oants si equally ravoraoiereten Marnaer-f. Religion* and Fuoer.l Notices, not exceed is| f.?c lim ? cent*. ^Advertisement! when ordered to to be coatlnHrsI oa the insi I? idler the first insertion Will be subject to the same charge as on their.first appearance?payable in all cases in advance. QQ- Tbc WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very larg* paper for me Country, is published every Saturday morning;, atth-low price of H'J j'er annnra. In advance. ^ T HjT T R I 81" \ E. "Ir. J. Frnimore Cooper. Instead of the grace whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 November 1841

THE TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3". 1841. XT We cannot publish " Old Saint Psai's," ?? H do nr??. Koar ni.a te-rs more will complete '? Barnaby Rudgc." after which we snsll publi?h oocontinuous stn'y this w later. The S> s>:i.a- os Coner?.? ?od ibe Legislature soon tu commence wou'd forbid it if tnere were uootjer obstacles._ X:r Tor J Fenimo'e Cooper The Sch'.ol Fund JTo. III. Mr. Erzler's Invention, Mysterious Circamsta.cc, arc. fac. see First Page. XT For a thrilling sketch entitled ' Th? Pioneers, aad an original Pc: rr. on the departure of Her. ja oen C. Richmond as a Mission.-iry. see Last Pag* CP The Tolls received on our State Canals during the third *erk in November amounted to ??2.77: 10. Probably 140,000 were collected during the fourth (last) week, making the total receipt* of the jear about $2.0?0,0U0. ET Among the Members of Congress now ir, this City en their way to Washington are Messrs. Francis Grangxr. Damu. D. Barnard, Timo 7rir Child* and Jobs Korea o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 November 1841

>i\v-JtRSET Commom Schools.?Tim Trenton Qur'.V gives the following ab?;rM<;t of tho Com? mon School Report for thtxt S'at* for the ) ear just e r.Jec! : ? ? Keports wer?1 received from 81)1 district*.: last tcsr from 7U3. Here is an increase of 100. It is c.iirnntcd there are 1-10U districts in the State, so thai 509 have not repeited. In the 83 townships ?r:<cri reported, there were 54.430 children be preen 'l.v ages of five and sixteen, of w hom 41.310 me led school. Prom the census of 1310, the Trustee* estimate the number of children in the whole State, bs-tween five and sixteen, at MMoi. By the census, it further appears there were 1.20.r? ?chools on the 1st of June, 1340. The number of children attending primary and common .-chools, was stated in the census to be 51,335; leaving the .Timber without education in the whole Stale, 45,619:" _ MWYKR-i HI \RV_V.v. 3). Calcwdab or (.'oiht "f Cummuv Plkas?This Da?? p.:t let?57, 5U, '3. 65, 67 69, 7j. S.V1 7.".. 77, s55, 81,81...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 November 1841

For The Tribune. | I'astoial Farewell. RevvjAMZS C. RkhMORD, of the Dioc. ?cof New-York. ha.- left hn usliv;- land, bil Im.uh ?ud fr.endi, r?nd bei joae, a voluntary MiaaMnary, to Conttauiinople. Though plea.autly seitkd, and much b loved by hit parishioner in New-York, he felt it a duty to raar the Cross in th ancicut craitle ofChria?aaity. The following tribute but faintly expresses the affectionate regard in which he was held auiir.g his people: Peace of Gun!??w?et river, flowing Down to every humble heart? Faith! with constant glory glowing, Do ye grift" and gloom impart 1 Why thus droop our hearts in sorrow ? Gilead! hast thou lost thy balm? Will a storm arise to-morrow, Saviour! which thou ranst not calm? Tranquil Stream ! ha?t thou departed '? Art thou now a fount of wo ? Faithful Anchor! bust thou suited, And thy Rock of Hope let go ' Ah! not these are now the sources Of the toars we shed w ithin. Gushing down their mournful course; t Grief!?but not the grief of sin. When th...

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