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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 September 1837

. 7' LMI" ' "n 'UL tf-...-SSt!.fli JHML - "' "iMiaio sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to cv'cry Turgor Tyranny over the Mind of Moh.Thoruas Jefferson. HINTED Ml) PUBLISHED BY J01IN S. INGRAM; mm r ggggggyRi OOIiTOjglA COTOTY, PA. gATURBAY, SB3PTEMBBliT6j1837r mhtty- FB0, the .President of tt:c V. States, To thplivo Houses of CoimrcsH. nt tlin rnimnriirr. .mcnt,of the First Session of tlio Twcnly-filth vonijrcss. Fclipwfipitizens of the Semite 1 " ahd'Housc of Represent utlvti : '('VFhtfact ofthc 23th of June. 1830. remi llSff.positesof the puhlic money, St uirecung me empioyincnt ul Stale, Utstrj 'territorial hanks for that purpos mjdJt 'ho duty of the Secretary of tl Treasury to discontinue the use of such ri thenvtis should atanv time refuse tlli.r--iLotes '.n,8Pocio a'l o substitute other ' ojnhsrproviueu a suflicicnt number coul ugobtajncu to. receive hopublio dcposilcs fipon tlio terms and conditions therein pre Scribed.. Tlie general and almost siinulta- iiuouh s...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 September 1837

iPf It in iiuoitienaUinttltutlono, f of ttnrf'eirij it to llio States, they foui:d it in many cnsc, in convenient to comply with the demands of the Treasury, and numerous nnd prcsting njipluntiinis wcro made for indulgence or relief. As the inttal ments under the flopes to law hecair.o pnjablc, their own enibarrasnunts and the necessity un der which thoy lay 6f curtailing their discounts and calling in their drills, increased the general dintcss, nnJ contributed, with other causes, to hasten the revuhion in which at length, they, in common w ith the other banks, were fatally involved. I ndcr these circumstuuccs, it I ccomcs our sol emn duty to enquire whether there are not, in any connection let vcotrtho Government and banks of issue, evils of great magnitude, inherent in its very nature, and against which no precaution's can ef fectually guard. Unforsccn in the organization of the Govern ment, an J forced on the Trea-ury by early necessi ties, the practice of employing banks, wai, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 September 1837

rekcBtliot the government should not.ro- reive their pnppr? J bey would be con- ducted wilh mnrc ctuilion, and on sounder principles. Hy using epr cits only in its tranriiriirns, t Jit government would create a' demand for it, which wou'd, to a great ex tpnt, provput its exportation, and lv keep intr it in circulation, maintain n breeder and safer bm for the paper p.urroupy. That the banks would thus lie rendered more sound, and the community more safe, ean not'adinit''of u doubt. Thfu'fdrrgoing views, it seems to mo, do bill 'fairly carry out tho provisions of ' the FedcraVConstitution in relation to the cur rency, as far as relates to the public reven ue. At.the time that instrument was fra med, there were but three or four banks m -the United States; and had the extension of the banking system, and the evil? crowing out of it, been' foreseen., they would proba bly have been spceia ly cuardpd against. The. same policy which led to the prohi bition of bills of credit by the States,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 September 1837

OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to Roniso's Staok Otfice TERMS Ti,e nnr.riMTrt.n nP.imfnDnr ; JJjV Ir W " V - -J . WJ. W W- - (11 V V published even Saturday morning, tit TWO DOLL'ARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or J wo Uollars TP.f,1 f?"nfo if tint nnlrl 4,'7i,., 4j,n . ,?. 2Vb suuscriplion will be taken for a sllortcr pcriuu man six mumns : nor any aiscon tinttancc permitted, Until all arrearage are discharged. AI) VERTI SEME NTS not exceeding a square ivill be conspicuously inserted al One Dollarfor the first three insertions, 'and Twenty-five edits for every stlbsc- tuitt user uvu. giJ m nucrui uistuum made to those tbho advertise by the year, LETTERS addressed onbusin'ess, must be post paid. tiV virtiift nf n rVrtnin writ nf Pirri 7?ntnm iaan ft rtA mil nY ilin rmm'ttr fmirt nff!nmmrtn Plana tti Him inr inn enn inr ni ;iiiin,i,iii rn mn HimntAi ... ... .j .. . ww.U...Wi4., w ,,iw UlU.VUltl in It t,A nvnnaA,l ! i il.i J-i . 1 nill uvAJIUaHl IU JUUIlt, BU1U, Ut M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 September 1837

f THE COLUMBIA Ml 1 mWe aWo'rn uflon the Alts of Cod, ctctiial hostility to every form of Tyranny oyer the Wind of Man." Thomfcs Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Valtrtiie I. BL,OOMSS3Ufc&, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1837. Number 22. Mil, :tcf till- IB THE EMIGRANT'S ADVENTURE. BY MIlS. S. J. HALE. 'What a romantic spot for any one who 'admires sweet solitudcl" exclaimed Mrs. Hubbard, as the exploring party paused, and.the ladies alighted to rest the weary Worses. 'ccluded hut not solitary, madam," re marked Oaptain Austin, leaning on his rifle 'and glancing his eye around with the air of . a man vho is confident in his own supe rior judgment. 'Yc have ho Bolitud'cs in America. ( "Dear mc 1 thought mo'sloflhfs western country Was called a solitude; and I am sure wo have found it lonesome enough," said Miss Cunningham, sighing as she sca led hc'rsTclf beneath the shade of a large trcei '( What' Is a solitude?" demanded the captain, .very pompo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 September 1837

VARIOUS MATTERS. The Secretary of War lias-nutliorizcrl-Gcn. Jpsifp to addrcssa call to ihc Gover fceYtf -Kentucky, for a Brigade of Volun-i iccrs Id.sorvo in tho ensuing campaign in Florida. ,. Such is the fruitfiilness of the fjftfsent year, that even in wild Arkansas, hevnnd ' the Mississippi, there will, it isthoimtit, he iniscd this season, one-third'tii'orecom than "ever raifed heforc. Murder. A inan was lately murdered'' near White Haven, on the Lehigh, and 1'4 persons have been confined in jail at Wilkes barrc on suspicion of being concerned in the matter. A dreadful niortalitv rages amongst chil dren in N. York. O'f 107 deaths in that city last Week, 120 were of children under 5 ycars'df age. A valuable Mineral Spring has been dis covered we learn, at Eric, Pennsylvania. Jl Veteran. Mr. Barnabas Ellis, of West Claremont, New Hampshire, is a fine specimen of one of the revolutionary "patriots. He is 93 years of age, and walk's "frequently four miles a day. lie and his wifo w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 September 1837

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "rnuTii without riiAii. .SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1837. W COLUMBIA COUNTY for Assembly. EvatB tfi. .laclfsocs. For Sheriff. Icltia Fruit, Elias iTEcHZu,y. For Coroner. Isaac . .jToIihsoh, -Jacob Scitlcl. For Commissioner. SJcpSicti Kaldy. for Treasurer. Elugh J?lcWiBlEEiig; for Auditor. JSoliix JFultoES. vlC7Tli( editor has been absent tliirinr $5tm?!pubKcalion of lliis number. fiCS u 1 A 1 Jsq. one o. mi! D. f"tUitors of the Ilurrisbunr ltoporlor, Ijorii appointed by the President and Senate, -iJfMjMshal of the United States Court, for the .Eastern District of Pennsylvania. ' &&fl tmiwatwlaa gSCT'In defiance of the usaoi:s of ill c dem 4ocratir: party, and the i'iiincipli:s which ar- mef. voters, and arc supposed to govern candidates alter election, wo perceive a uis- f'organizing disposition in certain quartets VjAto oppose a portion of the democratic coun- mtw.ntri! . .... t ... . . . WSKiV'tickot. 1 Ills, However, is nothing new. !1ho.,saine faction hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 September 1837

THE FATHER LAND. t Tho German, uncouth as it Bounds to foreign r, Is one of tho most poetical of living languages. 'It is impossible, however, to preserve its spirit in a translation. TheYolIowing sweet stanzas are'taken from the Cincinnati Gazette. They "w ere transla ted from the'German.End'tsung by the Free Shoo' of the German Emigrants' Friends' Society, Cin cinnati, on the 4th of July last. They remind us of the charming little piece sung to tho Spanish 'Guitar, beginning with "Gaily "the Troubadour." Sailing from Fatherland, Hither we come; Sad was the sigh we heaved Leaving our home. Borne by the swelling Waves, Over the sea, Hi ermany, Germany! Hast'ning from thee! Land of our youthful days Scenes cvsrdcar, "Oft wc a tribute pay, Fond and sincere. Nor shall we "e'er forget, iar though we bo, There do our fathers sleep, Buried in thee. Toils we- have struggled through Freedom to gain, Cod has enabled us This to obtain; "Freedom and pleasant homes Hero we possess, -Join'd in o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 September 1837

"I liavo sworn upon tbo Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlie Blind of 3Iai..- -Thomas Jefferson, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN 3. INGRAM. ma mi m, ''For the Columbia Dcmncraf. 2yLPAlNY DAYS INT1IE MOUNTAINS, nHuo summer of tho year 1828 1 was l!jFf . pIirly "I0)' ,0 oxploro the mminona region between tlic Susquc JnSljiayinJ Schuylkill, and the fornicr and jEejiigh. At that time there was a few JsMtjcrcil hoVels in the wilds, and a few pupucjiiiouse3 aiong tnc uiiiorent ieadhiT ijyl b"t ncverthelcs3rllic appearance of p'w:'"trY Jcll0,C(1 tli"'!r lHic the hustle ipljdnisincss. There was then one solitary javcrn'Avhcre the pleasant village of Beaver flMag6ws now offers to the weary travel ler no'only the necessaries hut the luxu ries of life. 'J'hc sanio may be snid of Hazleton, and perhaps still less of Tama- and several other fine villages which lliming up, sb by magic, under the in SJtof tna' nil-moving-hand, internal v$$g1Cnl' 1 was wo!l,lScr-bound the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 September 1837

THE COLUMBIA. DEMOCRAT. "TRUTU "VVrtHOCT TEAJl. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 183?. COLUMBIA COUNTY For Jlssanbly. Evan O. Jacksoiii For Shtriff. John Fruit, -Klin McIIcnry. For Coroner-. Isaac C. .Tolinson, Jacob Scitlcl. For Commissioner. -Stephen Ualdy. For Treasurer. Hugh Mc Williams. For .Auditor. wflohn Fulton. REMEMBER. DEMOCRATS, j That on Tuesday week you will exercise the' proudest right of freemen. Go'to the ballot-box with your democratic principles in your bosom, &'your democratic tickets in your hands. Go with a determination to put down all opposition to put down all dis organizes. Gb to sustain the usages Si prin ciples of the party to show your attach ment to the doctrines of tho Jcffcrsonian School of Democrats, & your contempt for Wolves in Sheep's clothing, Remember that all power is placed in your hands that upon your present course depends the destiny "of your posterity and that to dis countenance the tricks and schemes of dem agogues is your bonnden duty, both n...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 September 1837

FROM WASHINGTON. The following letter froiri our correspon dent contains later and more interesting in telligence than gtnm in our preceding edi torial notice. Washington, Sept. 20, 1837. The Senate to-day, by a vote of 31 yeas to 15 nays, passed a resolution submitted to them by the Committee of Finunco, that the prayer of petitioners for "a Untied Stales or National Dank," ought not to be granted. This was a dumb-founder to the Uankites. A resolution of similar tenor was reported in the House yesterday ; and on u motion to lay il on the table, it was refused by a vote or 122 to 80. It is before the House yet. The House have been engaged for 7 days in debating the bill from the Senate for suspending the payment of the fourth in Rtalmcnt to the stales, under the department. ,TIio opposition do nearly all the talking they speak against time, anil about every thing hut the question before usi Wo had a long session yesterday, and only adjourn ed at & past IS o'clock last night; Buc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 September 1837

1 MM OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next -booh to Rouison's Stage Office. ship, to be called Paxton,' which by act of Assembly, f passed the first day of April 1830, was established into a separate elec tion district, shall hold their election at the house of Adam Michael in said district. At which time and places are to be elec ted by the freemen of the county of Colum bia, One Person for member of the House of Representa tives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylva nia. Ty&d Persons for Sheriff of Columbia county. Two Persons for Coroner. One Person l3r County Commissioner. One Person for County Treasurer. One Person for County Auditor. And whereas in and by the same act o Assembly for regulating the General Elec tions of this Commonwealth it is enacted, that 'the Inspectors of the General Elec tions shall bo chosen by ballot on the Friday next preceding the first Tuesday in Octo ber, (being this year the 20th day of Sep tember in each and every year, at such place in oah town, township, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 October 1837

IILI 1 "I hdve sworn upoli tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny oer the' jgniideHan. Thomas Jefferson, PRINTEi) AND PUBLISHED BY 'JOHN S. INGRAMt Volume I. POETRY. From the Lycoming Gazette !fc Chronicle. THE BEAUTY OFVIttTUfi. Ami I 'lease whilcjfiey sooth the distress of. our mind I it , . afhovr trp in inn .inn. nr nviin ptnrp on Ah m cut tn ;mys ihw pleasure wc find! .Ami music ami uancing our suiti's cuuiuunut .... i a i - i . : .! .i -iJ.i . r.i. ii Ah no! but in Virtue thisfdcaiuie is found! n timt-ipii nvwi ii n iintinmv crnm nnrrv mm trnv Their eilks and their tntins enrapture the mind; in ti it n ctnif nmi fin av 1 hfm tnri or nti enrt li I All no! then truo jilcasuic in vutuo uclu.ii: mi 11 .1.. - i. r i ' a in ii iumuti i i u 111 v i i tvii-. imvujui v TCm-nv rni t ri llin Altera rl Vlfolnrn mntnpn! findl THE LOVED AND LOST. I II. J rwy ..v. ......j . Ill death a ctrrnnl bleep; tm . t. l 1 il-r "tl'fc I'!"" ' - 7 wvif jjut i to unomsno was so nea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 October 1837

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "THUTH WITHOUT FEAlt. SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1837. COLUMBIA COUNTY For Assembly. Evaia O. Jackson. For Sheriff. ToIiii Fruit, Klias MclEcnry. For Coroner. . Isaac C. Jolinsois, Jacol Scitlcl. For Commissioner. Stephen Baldy. For Treasurer. ifugh McWilliams. For Auditor. John Fulton. tn Tuesday Ic.t The freemen of Columbia county will decide who shall be their official servants they will choose between the tvill cf the People and the wish of Demagogues: They will choose between Disorganiza tion and Regular Nominations between their open friends and their secret enemies. Tlrtn TO THE POLLS, DEMOCRAT?! The Danville faction have abandoned the usages and principles of the party they have stricken from the ticket the names of JOHN FRUIT and HUGH McWIL LIAMS they have substituted volunteer candidates and Evan O. Jackson's paper at Uerwick has foljowcd the fishy trail. TO THE POLLS, DEMOCRATS ! Punish the Disorganizors punish your en emies and'youlwill do justice to your s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 October 1837

CMIUXIOlTtO' S. , Tin loll owing communication from Wii.- mam GiRT)M, Es-j. will at once put down thj base slander to which it refers. 'Siuirc Girt is a leading Member of tho Mothn- dist Episcopal Church; & vohntirily mikes this ru' licatio.i from the purest motives r contradicting a rumi r which lie knows is false, and which wes rt up for no other purpose then to injure Mr. Fruit's charac-: ter. Mr. Ingrrm: I cm credibly informed ; that a s'an.lernus report is published hi the last Danville Intelligencer" respecting the 'conduct of John Fruit, Esq. at our Into Camp-meeting. The charge is without foundation, and only got up to injure Mr Fruit's election. For my own purl, I can state that Mr. Fruit put up with me at my house during the meeting; and while at my house, or in attendance at the meeting, be haved himself worthy of a gentleman. 1 have not even "heard of any unbecoming conduct of Mr. Fruit at the meeting, and feel satisfied in my mind that he was not in the noisy party ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 October 1837

OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next boot To'RorrtBos's Si acie OrrtcE. - - trimes : ?7ic GtiXmtlSM DEMOCRATibill be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per vnmlm, payable half yearly in Hiiiance, tfr Two Dollars Fiftv Cents, if not vaid within the Dear. No subscription loill betaken for a sfiortcr period man six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are dischatsed. -ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a syuurc ivui uc cunsjncuousiy uiserieti a "One Dollar for the first three insertions and Twcntxi-fivc cents for tverti subse- qucn nsertion. fC7 A liberal discount made to those who nivcrtisc by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must he post paid. SPEED THE PLOUGH ! ttfnion Agricultural Society's CATTLE SHOW-. r H lIIE annual 'Cattle chow, and exhibition o . JK. Agricultural products, and articles of domes tic manufacture; will bo held in McEwensville, lunmt township, JNortiiun ucrlaml county, on Tuesday tlfe 24 th day of October next, when to the lull ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 October 1837

- V "I have sworn upou Iho Altar of God, eternal hostility to ctery form of Tyranny over 'the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferso j it "PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. VIDE Vblttni'c I. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next Dootl to Romson's Stage Office. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be 'burnished every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable lialf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within (he year. No subscription toill betaken for a sfibrter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. AD VERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar jor the Jirst three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse qucnt nsertion. ICJ'A liberal discount made to those tuho alvcrlisc by the year. LETTERS addressed on business) must be post paid. GP.A1TD EXHIBITION. SPEED THE PLOUGH ! Union Agricultural Society's CATTIVE SHOW. HIE annual Cattlo show, and exhibition of Agricultural pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 October 1837

3 cowmia mammy "TIlUTlt WITHOUT FEAI1." MONDAY, OCT. 1G, 1837. tCj'i'lio publication of our paper this week lias bocn delayed lor the purpose of publishing the orrtcTAi, returns of the olec tion in this county. Columbia ''Cotmty Election. ASSEMBLY-. For JohnrJ3oivman, " Evan Q. Jackson, Bowman's majority, SHERIFF; For William Kitchen, ' " John Fruit, Peter JQinc, ' Elias Mc Henry t . ,, tl William Picharl,, Kitchen's majority over Fruit, " over Kline, " over M'Henry, " over Jiichart, TREASURER. For Hugh McWilliams) " John Las ants, " Rudolph Sechler, JirJFilliams' maj. over Lazarus, over Sechler-,s .-..,, CORONER; For Isaac, C. Johnson, Jacob Seidcl, Evan Evans, David Jennings, ' COMMISSIONER. For Joseph Brobs't;i Stephen Bdldij, John P. Davis, f ' " John Keller, AUDITOR. For George H. Willits, John Fulton 1357 "1337 20 1016 947 888 810 505 09 150 107 511 1468 830 287 038 1181 1385 881 705 431 1077 772 473 250 1100 1029 "Bavbacuc." tn conformity with previous intimations, and the ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 October 1837

mmwBRMa imme5Msbs mwswms w mmBiiA qmssswKo bo - 5? i , '..ir. Assembly. JOHN IJOWMAN, EVAN 0. JACKSON. Sheriff-.. WILLIAM KITCHEN, JOHN FRUIT, PETER KLINE, ELIAS McIIENRY, WILLIAM RICIIART; ConoNEit. ISAAC C. JOHNSON. JACOB SEIDEL, EVAN EVANS, DAVID JENNINGS, Commission!. josepii BRonsT, STEPHEN IJALDY, JOHN P. DAVIS, JOHN KELLER, Titr.Asunr.u. HUGH MuWILLIA.MS, JOHN LAZARUS, RUDOLPH SECIILER, AuDj-ron. GEORGE H. WILL1TS, JOHN FULTON From the Wyoming Republican. the same time, an elder brother of hers, was The steps which have led to the con- severely wounded, 'summation detailed in the arricle below, As soon as this additional melancholy wo carefully noted in the "Republican" hercavincnt had become sufficiently rcmo as they transpired: The firsl was tho acci- ved from th minds of tiio residue of the dental discovery, and subsequent publics- family, to allow them to think of their lost lion in a Lancaster paper, of a letter writ- Frances, another and most diligent search ten more th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 October 1837

POETRY. FAME. To ilie and leave behind -j, Nought of surviving fainc, ( Of tho divine, creating mlntl xTo trace no single name; To know no deed, no word, Onr memory to restore, ' . But that when gone, there shall be heard Of us no mention more, N av mock not 'that thou Im.ir'ut mnmuli: fy Friend! this is indeed to die. But to live on and on, Afno'ng the grcat'tho gba, Eternal station to have won 'Mid the high brotherhood; Deep in the hearts' of men Enshrin'd 'to lie; . To shine u beacon to the ken Of far posterity: Who would not days for ages gWcl "Who would not die, sucA'lifo to Ilvo ? AVhatidlo words are theirs, Who bid us bound our powers To passing, pleasures, present cfcres, Brief as tho flcetinpr hours 1 So deemed not they I ween, The great of other day's, Whoso brows still wear the living green, Whoso lamps still brightly blaze; 'So deemed nt'thcy,vh6. struck tho lyre With Milton's truths, with H&mcr'afirc. fro! from a fount divino These restless longjng8t comer-1 Thishop...

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