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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 July 1836

NOT THE CLOKY OF CJESAR; HUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H.li. STACY. FRIDAY, JlJIiY 22, 1836. VOL. X Wo. 474. From (lie Knickerbocker, June Number. Extract from " ODDS AND ENDS." "Thomas, Thomas, did ynu bring my band box down from the ecliocl !" asked n low mid I thought young voice. "Yes licrn it if, Miss Smith,'' answered some one beyond the driver. The lady ascended the steps, nntl as the dim light from the Inrttnrn, which the coachman held in Ins hnnd, resting for a momciil on lier, I ft r hiimi) fimt mv eyes nnd then my neck to caich a glimpse of her face, but I was n nsnccr safij I, anil was only able to ascertain that Hie was small, of a slight figure, and that she wore a little cottage bonnet. Hut this was quite e nough. I have a theory about bonnets, and I had long previous laid it down as an nxinm. that n cotlngo bnnnct primt facie phades a pretty or at least a young face, while nice versa, an old or an ugly counte nance Fecks the deep shade of a "pike." The lady, then, was ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 July 1836

m w &&ssr& tost V R I D A Y M O II N I N 0, JULY 22. PEOPLE'S TI3SI3T. roi rnEsiDKKT WM. II. HiVRWISON, ron vice riir9ii)EST FRANCIS OltANGHR. ron oovctiNon. S X 31 A S XX. JBNISON, LIEUT. OOVKHNOB. DAVID .11. CAMP, of Derby. rim TtiKAsunr.ri AUGUSTINK CLARKE. SENATORS FOR CRITTENDEN COUNT!. JOHN N. POM H ROY. IIARIIY Sill. I.Kit. ron conokess A. IMPORTANT QUESTION. Whoouht the fi lends of Harrison nnd Granger to support forScnatnrs in I Ills County 1 When c Imvc an unsliiuti'ril in ij irity, nnl when our oppo nent? Imvo ni.wlt u nomination so much Cir our nd. vantage, it would indeed lio a pity it would be a thamc if the Van Buien Ticket should prevail. How shall il bi prevailed 1 Let there l.e n little moic patriot if in an I less personal predilection le( ih go for the cause and not fir (lie men let us find what course is indie ited by public opinion by the in.ijorilv of Ami Vin linipii men, and pursue tia( at nil events, 'I'here are two tickets now befure the county ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 July 1836

anon, rise up In litis country, and shod n lustre over Ihn republic. Such givinge out of mechanical Ingenuity and tnlent, ener gy oftempcrament nnd zealous confidence of purpose were the dawning of mind which announced the glorious destinies of a Watt, on Arkwrlclit, and a Fulton ; wc rnsy therefore anticipate, that the name of Uocliran will one uay uuuuiuu I'ljiimiy u is- tinguished for hi discoveries ond improve mcntB in the useful arte. Bust. Alias. The Case of Robinson Editorial Propri Time was, that, "when the brain" were out. the man would die" and time lm been, that, when nn indicted criminal was tried nnd acquitted, he was permitted to sink into I lie great mass uunoiiceu, ai least, by the public press. Inthecas9 of Robinson, this ordinary morse is departed from, and fur what end Km. we fear, with anv view to benefit tho nnhlic. and reclaim the alleged offender. hut rather to minister to that depraved ap petite, which is so truly described as the dependence of the vile penny...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 22 July 1836

rest IN HEAVEN. fc'huldd sonoiv o'er lliy brow lis tl,n kcneil tludous Hiiir, And hopes lli.it rliccr lliee how. Die in ilicir caily pprins; Should plc.inirc Ml itsbiilh I'iuIi- like llic lines of ee, '1'iirii llioii away fmm earth, There's lestfor ibec In llc.ic.i. If nci life shall seem 'J'o thro it loilfome way, Anil gladness cense lo lie.nu Upon its clomlcil day ; If like llic wen i led time, O'er slioiclcs occ.in dritcii, Itaio limn lliinc" rj c nboc, There's lest for llico llc.nen. Ilnl Oil ! if ilintiglillrn tinners Tlumighmu lliy p.nliwaj bloom, And sully fleet lho linum Unstiimrd liy rmilily p. loom ; Slill let not cw iv thought To this mor uuild he gitcn, Not nlnays lie fill ROI 'J'liy better I est in Ilcntcii. When sickness p.ile t lty cheek Anil ihinj ihy htsiinus rye, And pulscsjow mill weak, Tell ofnlliine lo ilio : Saci-i hope fit. ill whisper ihrn "Though limn finm r.mli be iicn, "'I here's bliss hrtoml lliy ken, ' There's lest lor litre in llr.ien," Anecpotk. Tito f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1836

NOT THE GliOllY OF CSARi DUT THE WELFARE OF HOME. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, .TUEjY 29, 1836. VOL. X No. 475. CIIEERI-ULNESS. Tr-anslattd from the German of Selia in the JJubltn University Magazine. B'te how the day benietli tiriglnly before ti t B'ue ii the firmament Ripen is the earth Orief haili no voice in (lie Universal chorus NHttire in ringing with tmiiiic nnd mirth i.ifi up I lie InokK that lire linking in sadness Gaze ! mill if lcuuty can rapture ill y soul, Virtue herself shall iillurp tliee to gladness Gladness! philosophy's guerdon and goal. Enter llie treniairips pleasure tinrdoses List I how she thrills in the nightinsnle's lay ! Breathe ! she is wafting the tweets from the roses ; , Feel! she is cool in ihe ri ulet'a play ; Tiiftp ! from the grape mid neriarine gushing Flows the ted rill in lie lje.m of ilio sun Green in the hill, in the flower-grot ei bliietiing, i Look I she is nlwnys and evervwhcie jiic. B.inish, then, mourner, the tears thai nre trickling Over the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1836

I'RIDA Y MORNING, J U I-V 2!). PEOPLE'S TICKCT. TOR l-nKSIIIEKT WM. II. HARRISON. KOR VICE rilESIIIENT FRANCIS OKAXCEK. " poll GOVERNOR SILAS H. J 33 ST I S O N, LIEUT. GOVERNOR DAVID M. CAMP, of Hciby. EOR TREASURER AUKUSTINH CIiAUKE. SENATORS FOR CHITTENDEN COUNTT. .IOIIN N. 1'OMHROY. HAltltY Mil. Mill. FOR CONGRESS HON. KISZVT&Itf ASIEST. CoNonussio.N.u. election. It is grati fying to Bee, among nil llio divisions of our political friends, tliat there is but one voice and one opinion , in relation to the candi date for Congress and tliat is to vote for nml elect IIeman Ai.ixn. Ho is the strong est man in llio District, and his strength is of tliat enduring kind which t-prings from talents, moral character, firm and sound principle, and consistent and honest public services. "Good men and true" in all parts of the District, (as wo have somo moans of knowing) call for Ins nomination, and with out any trouble or noise, will go to the polls nnd elect him by a majority of one thou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1836

MR. RANDOLPH'S WILL. Wo Irnrn from llio Richmond Enquirer I hat the General Court nf Virginia have decided that tho Will of Mr. Randolph, dated in December, I ft'-' I, with its codicil annexed, the codicil of 1820, llio four co dicils of 1020, and the codicil of 1031 , written in London, should ho admitted to nrnbato as the last will and testament of that extraordinary man. Tho effect of these instruments is to liberate his slaves and provide for their removal to one of the states or territories. To Jndgo Tucker, his half brother, nnd to Mrs. Bryan, the daughter of a half-sister, an estate is devid cd. The great bulk nflho remaining prop erty is devised In Judge Leigh, but he having released nil his interest, it will bo distributed equally among Mr. R.'s next of kin. The Court was nearly unanimous, one Judge only dissenting. An appeal from the decision of the General Court to the Cotirt of Appeals has been taken, so there is a prospect that this trial will he indefinitely prolonged....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 29 July 1836

.1 from llic Nciv Yorker. FORGOTTEN THEE ! " nd like tlio erj lijlit of llcacn, Ouit thy lovtuuH iliiu in mint I" ('orgitlen dicet foigollen llico 1 It eonmletli colJ mill strange Upon my car, llmt or.o hko ilico Should ihink of wiong or change i Tlinl ihou sliouM.I lliink I tie word ".urgct' Del ecu lid conM be spoken ! Thil llio gold-linked cli.iin in childhood form'd Could be so hglilly broken ! I could li.iie borne fiom rolJcr lips Tlio l.iirgunge of distrust. O, ihouglit il less In J oiheis c.illcJ Sic fodders nnd iinJuM J . lim lliuu the friend ofinj young jc.irs, Tint lliv T.ilili should be th.ikeii, Al.n lh.ll Mi'iimn li.ul no power Thoughts kinder to unuken ! Look luck upon tin busy past lit Fiiiifliine, u ml lis le.us lis niumplii mill lis .unties Its lines in hope its fears The limns uf uii.igteil j.iy Hil l gloom Tli.it woli.icfh.iied togplhcr. Alike tincli.ingcil through light nnd cluul Through uuiui nnd wintry weather. Have we not wnlcliril thro' pain nnd giicl" Beside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 August 1836

BY JHf.Il. STACY. LOVE IS STRONG AS DEATH. Bernard From The Rediruaiy," by and Lucy JJarton, Tliey err who deem love' brightest hour In blooming youth Is known ; Ita purest, tendcrcst, holiest power In Liter life is shown : When passions chastened Hnd subdued To riper years nre given ; And canh nnd earthly things nre viewed In light that breaks from Heaven. It is not in the (lush of youili, Or days of cloudless mirth, Wc feel the tenderness nnd truth Of love's devoted worth ; Ufa then is like u tranquil stream Whirli flows in sunshine bright, And objects mirror'd In it seem To share its sparkling light. 'Tis when the howling winds nriic, And life is ike the ocean, 'Whose mountain billows brave the skies I.Hsn'd by the storm's cimmotion : When lightning cleaves the murky cloud, And thunder peals nround us, Tis then we feel our spirits bowed By loneliness nround us. Oh t llien.ns to ihe seamen',! sight The beacon's trembling ray Surpasses far the Inure bright Of Summer's cloudless day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 August 1836

i- U 1 I) A Y M 0 II N I N G, AUGUS T 5. i'laOPIiE'iS TIDIEST. for rnr.eiUKNT WM, EI. BIAKEfilSON. ron vicr, rursinnNT FRANCIS K RANCH It. roit novntiKoti S J H A S K. U If E 3 O ST, i,ii:ut. noviiRNon DAVID JI. CAMP, of Dcil.. ron -i itKA'stir.K.R AUCUSTINH CLARKE. SENATORS KOIl CIIITTF.NDKN C0UNTI. .IOIIN N. POMUIlOYi 1IAURV miu.hr. ron coNtiur.ss U.Mvr.n?iTV or Vi-.hmont. Tlioannii.il Commencement of this Institution was ccl rbralcil in llio Wliilo Church on Wcdncs ilay last. Tlio day bdng very favorablo the occasion was honored by the presence of a large concourse of people', who sufiicicntlv manifested their grn'ifieatinn by the mark ed attention with which they listened to the exorcises. ORDER OF nXHRCISCS. 1. Pinjcr lly llio I'leaiilonl. 2. Sacied Jliiirk. y. Oi ai ion 'Ilia Cli.ir.inpr tcu,nid'n in the young men ofourrounliy. Hdwin Jr-7i,Ur:iinti co. 1, Oration I'oiteu-innce ncrrss.irt' to lilcrnry eminenro. Eldridgc H'albridgc, lloll.iml, Ms. 5. Ormton Wjiiiir oTllic Age. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 August 1836

PROM TRXAS. Later information, ami that, loo, of some interest lias rcncliod u through iho New Orleans papcrsof t lie 13th nnd IP li instant. The Texan Government was making activo exertions to moat tlio threatening Mexicans, General Santa Aim had tint been shot or hung, but Gen. Almonlo had been pliot at by n chilvalrnus gentleman who sought comfort in t Iim way for t It o loss of a relative slnin in battle. Theshoi win intended, it is said, for Santa Ana. Public feeling was so furious, against him ns to require the utmost vigile'nce niilhe part of his guards, to preserve him frjm assassinn tinn' ., ii i The crops are said tn pr-unise well, and it is thought thai I lie Texan pe iplo will not suffer from want of vivurs. They arc generally attending to their agricultural pursuits. The Mexican forces arc said to hive con centrated on the Nueces river, about 7,000 Btrong: a large reinforcement was expect ed from Vera Cruz. The Texan army is estimated at about 3,000 men, but was daily i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 August 1836

The last hours of Mr. Madison. His Posthumous Writing'- Nalional In telligencer says i "'l'liough reduced to t lie last degree of weakness, hi? mind continued unimpaired until within a Tew hours of Ins decease. Wc have seen n letter which ho dedicated, signed and franked on Monday evening, the 27th, fomo fourteen or fifteen hours heforo his death. It has all the marks of liis styicf modesty and benevolence. The signature is somewhat confused and blot led though legible indicating a hand trem ulous from debility. It is certainly the very last timo he had n pen in his hand. With regard to his posthumous works, the sanio paper states that it is understood he has left ready fur the press 1, A report of I ho proceedings of the Convention which fumed the Federal Con stitulion taken al the time with notes. 2, A compendous history of the events which led to the call of that convention with the former making two large octa vo volumes. 3, His Correspondence and Writings. Progress of Commerce ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1836

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAItJ UUT THE WELFA11E OF R O WE. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1836 VOL. X No. 477. From llie New Englan I Farmer. DR. CAUSTIC'S DELECTABLE, The Eunice of Beauty alias a long ofsimilies tomewhat tuptr-sublimated. My Tabitha Towier is f.iir, No Guinea-pig ever was nealcr ; Like n hacmeiac, slender and spare, And sweet as a mu.k-rjt, or tweeter. My TubiilnTowier is sleek, When dieted in her pielty new tucker, As an oiler tli.it p.iddlcs die creek in quest of a bull-pout or sucker. Her forehead, ns smooth as a tray, Would decorate Venus' poll, And lurn'd.as a body nuy say, Like a delicate neat wooden bawl. To what shall t liken her hair, As straight as a carpenter's line,. For similes sure must bo rare, When describing a nytnpli so divine. Not the head of a Nnzarile seer, 'That never was shaven nor shorn J Naught eqiuls the lock of my dear liut the silk of an ear of green corn. My dear has a beautiful nose, Willi a sled-runner ciouk in the middle, Which one wo...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1836

t tic time. Anil indeed there vn no man, whom lie consulted fur inmy years mure Irccly limn Mr. Madison, or in "whoso tnl cnls, judgment, ntul fi'lrlity, tic hail n Hlronpcr rniilidcuci) which la nbumlntitlj proved by ilio written corrctpundcncu Urn' passed between tlicm. JARKD SPARKS. V R I U A Y M O II N I N 0, AUGUST 12. ron, riti:siiiENT WM. H. EIAI&I&ESON. ron vice riu:siiiuNT FRANCIS CJItAN(!i:. ron governor sua :i rr. j u x-T 2 r o i7, I.IKUT. GOVI.KSOIt DAVIU M. CAMP, of Doiby. ron trkasurkr AUCUSTINH CLAKKI2. SENATORS TOR CIIITTESDEN COUNTV. John n. poaimtoY. IIAltRY itlllXKlt. SENATOR FOn ORAM) ISLE COUNTV, ftXCTtlll ADAMS. ron CONGRESS The Whigs of Burlington arc requested to meet at Ilow nrd's. on WEDNESDAY cvo- ning next at half pnsl 7 o'clock for the purpose of nominating a candidate to represent this town in the Legislature. It is hoped there will be a general turn out, as it is highly desi rable to have a lull expression of public sentiment on this sub ject. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1836

Monslrout Failure It is with feelings of Ilia deepest regret t tint we have this day to announce to the public obrnad, in occur ilanco with n nntico which will lie founil in our advertishg coliimng, thj failure anil bankruptcy nf Mr. Benjamin Ralliburn, of this city. Prom the prominent situation which this individual has for many years occupied in this community, the tremendous afflicting and oppnllinrr denotement ol his operation?, taken in conjunction with oil the attendant circiimstnncosjias ration upon US with no ordinary degree of surprise. With lih immediate situation lew ol our citizens had any Intimate knowledge ; but the facility of his arrangement and the magnitude of his operations, have long been subjects of wonder nnrl inquiry, nnd we might add, a measure of distrust until nt length lie hns been obliged to nssitrn hi cfitfctB, and yield to others the settlement r ..Hnf . ..I.!l. !. I or a vasi csiaic, which, it appears lie was altogether unable, as well ne unworthy to m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 August 1836

ADDRESS TO MEDDLERS. There is a ccrlain class or people cclcyp n.l Mr.1,lln,0. ...n ...m In l.nL rM Vn. gatd for ercn, body's businesi lo the neglect cf their own. That is they aro continual ly poking their nu.'os riglit in yntir face; prying into your secrets; calculating on this thing, on that thing; standing at everv nook and corner of the streets, watching your millions.; nnd ifynunrcso unfortunate as to step one inch nsido (mm llieir way. which their own wise bends deem proper, then the whole swarm will bo after yon and you have nr possibility of an escape. Pot instance If a man honestly owes hi. noighbor four and sixpence, these busy bodies are sure to find it all out, and rppori goes ab'oad that he is wonderfully in debt, and must fail, t hero is no help for him. Who told you so? says one. Oh, I heard of it down in Mr. Muckleslnnn's shop itV in every body's mouth. They say sucli ex pensive living so many nicknacks he can't stand it. I pity him says one. I don't pity him one m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 August 1836

(g- - - r-. : - 7 NOT T II E i, o n M S A It W ELFA 1115 M 12. BY II. K. STAC. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1836. 1YOL. X No. 478. of no THEnE'S MUSIC IN A MOl'llEIt'S VOICE. There'll mimic in :i niuiliei ' voice, More mvppi tli. in tn t'rxrs sighing ; There's kindness in n mother's glance, To j pure for ever djing. There's loc vvilhin a mother's breast, So deep Ms ovet flowing, And cure fur lhu,e she c.ills her own, That's ever, ever growings There's anguish in n mother's tear, Wlicn f.iit'ivfll fondly hiking, That so thehe.iit of pity mows, It ecu celj keeps fioin bieaking. Ami when :i tnnihcr kneels to hc.tven, And fur tiei child is pi a) ing, O I tvlm i-li til li.i IT ilic fcivor jell. That linens in nil she's s.tjing ! A mother ! how her lender .iris Can somliu the hie.isl of cuIiicm, And ihnnijh the gloom of life once more, Sid thine the tun ufgl.nlne.-3 ! A mother ! when, like evening's star, Her coiiipc liuili ee.i'eil hefuie us, From blighter worlds leg.inls us still) And watches fun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 August 1836

II 1 1) A Y M O II N I N , A U 0 U S T 19. PEOPLE'S TICKST. roti rnntuiKNT Will. EH. HAB1I&ISON. TOR VICF. PIICSltlKNT FKANCIS GUANCKR. run aovr.itNoii SILAS H. J H W Z S O IT, I.lf.UT. OOVKIINOR DAVID ill. CAMP, of Dciby. rou treasurer aiicustim: ci.akki:. El'.NAIOH roll OltAND ISLE COU.NTY, HECTOR ADAMS. rou CONGRESS 1)3 The ounssiuii of urn Senatorial ticket will bo accounted fur by reference to the Posttcript. ELECTION NEWSnuMTiin WEST Returns of the election in Kentucky be gin to reading. The contest for Governor lias been ery animated. At the last clec. lion, il will'bc remembered, wc were beat on by about 2000 voles. Wo sulij'in such returns as wo have received. in Hie city nl liouir-villo, I lie iiiniinty tor Judge Clatke over Flnurnoy, t ho Tory can didato, is 655 Clatke I2G0 Flournoy G05 The vole in Louisville Insl year for Con gross was fur Graves (Whip) 1211 Pope Van Burcn 115!!. Whig majority lost year only 53.- In Franklin county, Clarke -100 Flour noy 540 last yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 August 1836

POSTCRIPT. CHITTENDEN COUNTY SENA TORS. Wo nro authorised by Messrs, GUIS WOLD, VAN SICKLIN, l'OMEROY, nn J MILLER, to announce, llial, in view of llio unfortunate division existing among 'brethren of the eninc faith" in IhisdUtric', they Imvo come to the conclusion respect fully to decline the nomination? with which they Imvo been honored Confidently ho ping that it may be the means of restoring harmony. Senatorial Convention. The Whigs of Chittenden County are requested to meet at Willey's Hotel, in Williston, on TIIURSDAY,tho 25th inst. at 10 o'clock, A. M. for the pur pose of filling the vacancy oc casioned by the resignation of the candidates now in nomina tion for the Senate ; and for the transaction of such other busi ness as shall be found necessa ry, when assembled. S. E, HOWARD, ) Commit NOI5LE LOVELY, ttc. Aug. 18, IS'.Wt. The Antimasons of Chitten den County are requested to meet at Willey's Hotel in Wil liston, on THURSDAY next, (25th inst.) at 10 o'clock, A.M. for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 August 1836

LINES, Wntien cn llio pnssngo of Pinikne)' l'rsoliilimi in lite, lloinn (if Rpiiipfcnliitlvrs. nnd l Cal liotni'n 'Hill of Abominations' iiillio .Senate of the United Sillies. J1V 3. a, MIITTIEIt. Now, by our f.illicis' nslics ! wheie's tlto fph it Of llio line-lieu (eit u ml 1 lie uiuli.irktcd guuu ! Sons of old fiecni' n, do we lint inherit Their twines nloitc 1 Is llieolil pilgrim spirit quenched within us 1 Sloopj tin; piund in.uiliuo'l of our snttUso low, Thai mammon's lure or pailj's will ran win us 'I'o silence now 1 No Alien oni l.iml to mitt's brink i wiging. In God's ii. nnc, let in speak while iIifip h lime ; Now, when the padlocks lor our lips mo tinging, SlLKNCE is ci.imi: I What ! (hull we ticnccfbiili humbly ii'U as f.uors Rights nil our own 1 in tn.tilnrfa shall we li.it Icr For tieaclicrotts peace, the freedom IV. Hum g.tic us (Jod mid our dialler 1 Here riinll the statesman reel; lliofieolo fetter 1 line l.nrh t.iw light its homd (ires on hih ? And in the church, t...

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