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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 August 1852

Will Tl IPSUTML MHOWa r VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1852. NO. 23. ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. 'r w Administration Wool Carding and Weaving. rpHE UNDERSIGNED begs to aunounce that A lie has purchased ot Mr. D. I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, his Carding Machine, and is PREPARED TO CARD WOOL, with promptness anil neatness. He is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and pledges himself in both branches, to attend to all orders in a workmanlike manner. fl" Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop, Glasgow. JOHN SUTLIFF. Apnl 15, 1852 tf DR. W. T. DAMERON HnnUyille, Ho., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL, SERVICES to the citizens of Huntsvillt and vicinity, (jy Office over McCampbell, Coates k Smith, store rooms. Hunttvilk, Aug. 1, 1851 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, kc. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. 8AVAUE, DEALER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1852. THE TIMES. FOR PRESIDENT, WIN FIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidate! (or Presidential Electors. 1st Dis. Jefferson F. Jones, bf Calloway; 2d " Thoi. L. Anderson, of Marion) 3d " J. N. Brown, of Macon; 4th " W. A. Cunningham, of Buohananj ,r)th " Clias. 11. Gibson, of St. Louis; fith " Robt.A.Hatoher, of New Madrid) 7th " D. E. Perryman, of Washington) Kth " Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper) .Oth " John S. Waddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, August 5, 1852. ELECTION NEWS. Howard. We have not been able to pet an official copy of the vote for this county. Green lias a majority over Miller of about .'10. Jackson anil Elliott beat Patterson and Payne for the Legislature. The difference be tween Jackson and Patterson is about 55 orGOvo'e;. Rawlins, for the Senate, ran without regular opposition. Deatherage is elected Sheriff, Hughes, Assessor, and VVil eoxon, Coron...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5 , 1852. THE TIMES. Kate Swinney. Sec card of lliis excellent little boat. She is again nt her post, having been re-puintcd. and presents a handsome appearance. We are indebted to her officers for late papers. 2jrScudder, of the St. Ange, has again placed us under obligations for river favors. Steam Boat Accident. The steamer Timour struck a snug last Thursday night, nine miles above Doonvillc. and sunk in live feet water. The cargo was much damaged, but the boat was raised, and has gone back for repairs, being but slightly injured. Sir' Hon. H. Marshall, M. C. from Ken tucky, has been nominated to the Senate as Commissioner to China. St. Louis Market. Hemp is bringing from W to $)U per lor, according to (juality. Wheat ranger from- 55 to G5 cents per bushel. Tobacco is quoted at from $2 65 to $7 70, as in quality. Another Fatal Affray. A fatal difficulty occurred last Saturday between Mr. William Lockridgc and Tal ton Barnes, both of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 5 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1852. Scott and Graham. Ti sr. "Dkarkst Mm ." In Baltimore the Whip agreed UpOfl their candidate, And mean that tie shall he the nan To guide tlie ship of State Re bears a name that in without A blemish or a ""pot A patriot, hero. Statesman, sage Who else but Wim iKi.n BcOTTi Huirahl Hurrah! Hurrah! Kor Scott tlie brave and true. Who never yet has lot the fight, Nor will lie lose it now! Two Generals are in the field. 1'iank Pierce and Winlidd Scott Some think that Frank's a lighting man, And some think that he is not 'Til said that when in Mexico, While leading on his force. He took a sudden tainting fit, And tumbled off his horse. Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! Tor Winfield the undaunted, Who never on the battle field Surrendered, tied or-fainted! Hut gallant Scott has made his mark On many a bloody plain, And patriot hearts beat hightogreet The chief of Lundy's LaM And Chippewa i- classic ground, Our British neighbors know, And if you'd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 August 1852

lc t kip VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1852. NO. 24. ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. New AtlmlniM rut iou Wool Curding anil Weaving. THE UNDERSIGNED begs to aunounce that he has purchased of Mr. D. I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, bin Carding Machine, and is PREPARED TO CARD WOOE, with promptness and neatness. He is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and pledges himself in both branches, to attend to all orders in a workmanlike manner. (f3P" Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop. Glasgow. JOHNSUTL1FF. April 15, 1852 tf DR. W. T. DAMEROX Huntsville, Mo., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Huntivlllt and vicinity. (J3 Office over McCampbell, Coales & Smith, tore rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1S51 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL. have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Sic, fee. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1852. THE TIMES. FOR PRESIDENT, WIJS.FIEI.D SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. Official Vote of Howard County. g 18 Hit FOR vice puf.sidfnt, WM. A. GRAHAM. OF NORTH CAROLINA. Thig Candidate! for Presidential Electors. lit Dis. Jaftrson F. Jones, of Calloway) 2d " Thoe. L. Anderson, of Marion) 3d " J. N. Brown, of Macon; -1th " W. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan) 5ih " Chns. B. Gibson, of St. Lotus) Gih " Robt. A. Hatcher, of Now Madrid 7th " D. E. Ferryman, of Washington; 8th " Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; 5?th " John S. Waddoll, of Green. -i a? 5 -4 H c S e t. j 71 -i t c -1 i". u w ctexs b c a i Hi jc A I 1 CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning;, August 12, 1852. a rj ti ;r z -4 w iron ruor. Price. Winston, f.f, (,'nif nor. Brown. Kin;;. Sr'7 o'' State. 5 K. l O' SB S ? 2 tfi S r. r. v- " u: ; r. -1 .u : J. Mi Uichardson. , Grace. .Ittorncy General. l Gardcnhiic. Henri rick. -fufitor. Bulfington. Babcr. RgUrirr of y.(in(."i A. P. Richardson. J F.mmon?. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1852. THE TIMES. Soott Campaign. The State election being over, it is time to begin active preparations for the Presiden tial Campaign. The whigs of Howard have done '.veil in the election just passed, and so far ns we have heard nn expression of opin ion, it is universal that we can do be tter under the banner of old Churubuscol And this opinion is backed by I determination, a trill to do it. This is right and commenda ble, and as a proper and effectual means ol consummating the good work, we beg to make a suggestion to the TOUNO WII1G9 Or HOWARD! '.hose who are about easting thf ir first votes or who have been voters but n few y nrs or even those who have no vote, yet Ice' on interest in the events of the present can vass. The cventAny'yct brilliant career of Scott, from obscurity to his present high position, abounds with incidents which it is well for young men to learn, ponder over, and &nitatc. His progress from youth toma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 12 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1852. From Ult RtpvbU Mr. Graham's Resignation. Tho following is the letter of Hon. Wm. A. CtitAHAM, tendering tlie resignation of bit office as Secretary of the Navy, to which is subjoined the President's reply- The country will ratify the encomiums which are hestowed by tie Executive on this faithful Uld efficient public servant at his retirement: Navy Dep ahtm est. June 28. 1852. Sib: Having accepted the candidacy for the second office in the gift of the Ameri can people, 1 deem it proper to relieve your Administration from any possible criticism or embarrassment m my account, in the approaching canvass, by retiring from my place at the head of (ho Navy Department. 1 therefore beg that you will approve my resignation, which is hereby tendered. Be assured, Mr. President, that I take leave of you and my colleagues at the Coun cil Hoard, with whom I have labored in har mony for the past two years, with sensa tions of deep regret; th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 August 1852

9 VOL. 18. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, L852. NO. 25. ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. .ew Ailmiiiisf riWion--Wool.t'arding ami Weaving. rpHK UNHER8IGNED bop to aunouneethat J- be hu purchased ot Mr. I). I. Hays, at the Point) north Glasgow, bin Carding Machine, unil is PREPARE!)' TO CARD wool., with promptness and neatness. He is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and pledges himself in both branches, to attend to all orders in a Workmanlike manner. ?g Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop. Glasgow. JOHN SUTLIFF. April 15, 1832 If DR. W. T. DAMERON Huntsville, Ho.. OFFERS HIS PROFESSION Ai. SERVICES to the citizens of Httnts villi and vicinity. Office over McCampbell, Coates i. Smith, etore rooms. Huntsville, Aug. -J, 1S51 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated thetnielvea in the practice of Medicine, Jlc, ice. Office next door to Dr. Vs. realdtnee. August 7, issi. F. A. SATAOE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1852. THE i o I 1 ill 1j o J FOR PRESIDENT. WINFIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates for Presidential Elocttn. 1st Did .lolTerson F. Jones, of Calloway; 2d " Thoe. L. Anderson, of Marion) 3d " .1. N. Brown, of Macon) 4th " WA Cunningham, of Buchanan; 5ih " Chaa. B. Gibson, of St. Louis) lith " Robt.A.Hatoher, of New Madrid: 7th " D. E. Perrynan, of Washington) 8th " Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; Ith John S. Waddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, August 19, 1852. Glasgow and Huntsville Plank Road. Mr. Dohaney, of the linn of English. Dohnuey Co.. contractors for the Glasgow and Huntsville Plank Road, arrived here a few days since. Mr. English is daily looked for, and the work is to be begun forthwith. By this time next year, a good portion of the work will be done. Scott and Graham Rally. See proceedings of the Whigs of Roche porl. proposing a Grand Whig Rallv at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY CORNING, AUGUST 19, 1852. THE TIMES. Religions Meeting. Th preachers and Brethren of the Church of Christ, in (hp Stat Of Missouri, who arc in fiivor of endowing a Chair in Bethany, Va., nrc hereby respectfully hut earnestly requested to meet in Glasgow, Howard county, on Friday before the 3d Lord's day in September next, (the 17th,) for the purpose of conferring together, with the view of endeavoring to devise some plan for the immedi ate accomplishment of that object. A general at tendance of all the preachers, brethren and friends of this enterprise is important. Will each one make a little sacrifice for the general good 1 J. II. Haden, T. M. Allen, H. I.ainmc. A. Praetor) A. W. Turner, W. II. Hopson, W. C. Boone, 0. S. Slone, A. S. Robards, T. M. Gaines, A. Persinger, J. Gore, J. W. McGai vey, II. II. Fife, A. H. P. Payne. G. Robinson, J. 8. Patton, M. I). Flint, 8. S. Church. Aug. 19. Gen. Scott's Slavery Letter. We publish) to-day, the letter of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 19 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1852. Scott, the Valiant Hero. Am "Nclry was a Laity.-' Our (lap in Mexico was streaming. Onward, our army hclit its way. Therr, while the stars and stripe wi n plramii:. Scott was the hero of the day. 1'noai'B Scott, the valiant hero. In war well tried, Raise the flame for Scott and Graham. The nation's choice and pride. Rally Whip confer the honor Juc to the valor of your choice, Hear aloft the the unsullied banner. Anil for the chieftain raise a voice. Ciioms Scott the valiant hero, &c. Scott is the glory of the nation. The White House glitters in hi si:ht, Join Whip0 rapport the nomination, Stand for the Union and the Right Ciiori? Scott the valiant hero, $c. In battle he was never defeated, Prospects are more than ever fair, Success attend him until seated, Safe in the Presidential chair. Cuoais Scott, tile valiant hero, ic. Shout in the highest exultation, Scott's renown through the bud shall ring; While' in the annals of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 August 1852

(EH a? no to 9 VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1852. NO. 26. ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. New Ail ininist ration-- WoolCardlng nnl Weaving. THE UNDERSIGNED bops to autiounce that he has purchased of Mr. D. I. Hays, at tlie Point, north lilasgow, his Carding Macliinc, and is l'ltKPARED TO CARD WOOL, with promptness and neatness. He is also prepared to do all kinds COUNTRY WEAVING, and pledges himself in both branches, to attend to all orders in a workmanlike manner. Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop. Glasgow, JOHN BuTLIFF. April 15, 1852 tf DR. V . T. DAMEROX Huntsville. Ho., OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of HuntsvilU and vicinity. Office over McCampbell, Coatcs &. Smith, tore rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1851 tf CARD. DOCTORS' VAl'GHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, tut. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAiiE, DEALER I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1852. rr FOR PRESIDENT, WINFIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates for Presidential Electors. ,. , , ,, . nu. Jefferson 1'. Jones. ol auoway, 2.1 " 3d " 4th " 5th " 6th " 7th " 8th " 9th " Thos. L. Anderson, of Marion; J. N. Brown, of Macon; W. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan; Chas. B. Gibson, of St. LotlU) Robt. A.Hatcher, of New Madrid; D. E. Ferryman, of Washington; Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; John S. Waddell, of (Jrcen. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, August 26, 1852. The Dedication at Cambridge. The Odd Fellows of Cambridge dedicate their new Hall next Tuesday. It will be seen the elegant steamer Kate Swinney will be here in the morning of that day, and will take such as are going from this place up, remain until the services are over, and re turn in the evening A fine band of Music will be on board to add life to the trip, which with the company, and the good cliecr lor i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1852. mrm rn i un n 1 f 1 L liMJlo, TEMPERANCE LECTURE. Tlic Rf.v. Mb. Slatlr. of this city, the ear nest solicitation of li in friends, will deliver a Temperance Lecture, tliis Thursday evening, at the old Methodist church. A large audience is antici pated. Extra Session. The Legislature meets on Monday, pur suant to proclamation of Gov. King. The object of the session, as set forth in tlie proclamation: is the adoption of such meas ures as may be deemed necessary to se cure to the Hannibal and St. Joseph and Pacific Rail Roads, the full benefit of the lands granted by the United States to aid in their construction. It is customary, we be lieve, for Extra Sessions to adjourn after dispatching the business for which they were convoked, yet there is no constitu tional prohibition against taking up other business. The Governor's Message will most probably suggest other subjects for Legislation, one of which, we take it will be, the el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 26 August 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1852. From the Lexington Observer. The Return to Ashland. "After life's fitful fever he sleeps well." Unfold the silent gates. Hie Iirrl of Ashland waits Patient without to enter his domain; Tell her who sits within. With sad and strieken mein That he her soul's beloved, hath eome again. Long hath she watrhed for him. Till hope itclf grew dim, And angMish eeased to wake the healing tears; But let these griefs depart, Like shadows Iroin her heart. Tell her the long expected host is here. He comes hut not alone, For thickly pressing on. The people pass beneath his bend'ag t.-ees, Not as they came of yore, When torch, and bnnnor. bore Their part, amid exalting harmonies. Bnt still nixl sad they sweep Below the folinire deep. Even to the threshold of that mansion grey, Whither from life's unrest, As an Eagle seeks its nest, It ever was his wont to flee away. 1 And he once more hath eome To that accustomed home) To taste a calm life neve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 September 1852

VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2. 1852. NO. 27, ENCOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. Ifeiv Administration Wool Carding and Weaving. THE UXDEKSIGNED begs to aunouncc that he has purchased of Mr. D. I. Hays, at the Paint, north Glasgow, his Carding Machine, and is PREPARED TO CARD WOOL) with promptness and neatness. He is also prepared to do all kind COUNTRY WEAVING, rrrl pledges himself in both branches, to attend to til orders in a workmanlike manner. Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline Wool received at Mr. Carson's Tin Shop. Glasgow. JOHN SUTLU F. April 13, 1S32 tf DR. V. . T. D.AM EROS Huntiville, Mo.. OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL. SERVICES to the citizens of HnntSVUk and vicinity. (J Office over Mc Campbell, Coates 4. Smith, tore rooms. Huntsville, Aug. 4, 1831 tf CARD. DOCTOR? VACORAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, fcc, Stc. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1831. V. A. SAVAGE. DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC D3....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 September 1852

rr n t i If I? 0 1 I I I 1 111 li 0 FOR PRESIDENT, WIFFSEE. SCOTT: OK NEW .1FRSKY. rou VICE PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates lot ftWMWtlll Electors. lt Dli. Jefferson F. Jone, of Calloway! 2d " TI109. L. Anderson, of .Marion; 3d " J. N. Brown, of Macon; 4tli " W. A. Cnnningham. of Buchanan; Sth " Chea. B. Glhaon, of 8t, Loutst t?th " Robt.A.Hatcher, of Niw Madrid) 7th " D. E. Porryman, of Woihlngtonj 8th Benj. Tompkln, of Cooper) Oth " John 8. Waddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, September 2, 1852. Notice During our absence the Publishing De partment, ami general supervision of the establishment will be under the control of Mr. Oscar HaWKtUt, who has been for som;ti;n3 connected With the :ffi?e, and ll familiar with the business. nj"Tho F.iitor loft home last Sunday, and will be absent some six weeks or two months. The legislature. We have received new from Jefferson City up to Monday at 12 o'clock noon. The whig had nominated Samuel II W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1852. THE TIMES.l To Coiinr.sroNDENTs. "Sam Whits to his Aunt JYabby" and H Modesty." poem, are laid over for further consideration. JsJ-Th Kcv. Mr. Si.atlk delivered a lecture on the lubjeot ofTetnpcrMioa In this city last Thurs 1 y evening. He was at tentively listened toby a large audience, and from the frequent bursts of applause wilh which hil address was received, we judge his hearers were highly delighted as well as edified. Daily aBlM. We have received the first number of this paper, which the enterprising editor proposes to issue regu larly during the session of the Legislature. The daily paper will be furnished at the rate of 20 cents per week during the ses sion. Clubs of five can send one dollar and each will be furnished with a copy. Or. if inconvenient to send 20 cents or more by the mail, send the amount in post office stamps. COMPETITION the life or Trade. Our fellow-citizen, Jjco. Chamberlain has gone to St. Louis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 2 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1852. LITTLE HELL. fsTrritig, withbreej.es pure an J airy. Opened on :i little fail vt, Ever restless, 1 n as mrrry, fihe, with iionting lips of cherry, Lisped tic v oi Js I ho could not masters. Vexed that she rnijxlM tpnk DO faster Laughing, running, playing, dancing, Mischief all her joys enhancing!. Full of baby mirth and glee, It was a joyous sight to see Sweet Little NelL aoruiwr came, the green earth's lover, Ripening the tufted clover Calling down the glittering showers, Breathing on the buds and flowers, Rivaling young pic. Hint May, Id a joyous holliday ! Smallest insect hummed a tunc, Through the bluttd nights of J.nc; And tlie maiden lung her song, Through the days so bright and long: Dear littie Nell. Autumn came ! the leaves were filling Death the little one Wll calling; Pale and wan she grew, and weakly, Bearing all her pa.r.3 so meekly, That to us she seemed still dearer, As the trial hour giew nearer. But she left...

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