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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 November 1847

"PKOVE ALI TniNGS; HOLD FAST THAJP WHICH IS ' GOOD." VOLUME I. LOUISVILLE, KY.t SATURDAY I NOVEMBER 6, 1847. THK EXAMINER; - . . ..... tv-xl. O JrS S..nl 0O k- ras- I( Offirf. ....... ! Ur, or Tsst T- UUU'"1 S K V M Ol'li, PAUL rtim COMMUNICATIONS. ml tn !'' " x...... Mo.k-U-.uce iu every .fly yr. ' L .iew-t revert b klo h origin.! IJIWuUc.wIII-.IUIm . ...A rv inhabitant of the laud as lo win life -new. KmJ '"L: To UV. -2S: A.Johu. r- - . , . , ,u,:r ,1.1,1, ...j . ,.,,.. utiu- I III. 1 . 1-f. -SV M this miem. r ... i- i ..h it l cwauiieiiru J ."'iiilVOl acc-OialaliDg large e.- CIUUV tale, and to Use a ay the temptation of avarice ad u)tiiion .i- i il..t it m eulv the lie whr. f";sn "ru, ui,fiUt u Mi' Tc X- frit": t'mJ 1. fUwr.i or im. correctly. r,l, rir.V. riik j-rj-a.tty.) .rr .r 1 f ;.. -t..io . fuilvanjbePt explained on th tl.,o.itio. th.t U intemian U t requ.r. lb Hebrwf fC" " ud Bot WiUeirown MopU.aa their perto.l wurca iBlv for rrrv.uU. It w. ul reqDiwd r .lioweu tt.ut !.eiu...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 November 1847

THE EXAMINE!'. J r. vCi:iAK. rim. r. lObliY, Aaitimt f.iuioa. LOUISVILLE::: ::M)Y.C. lH'i. Here ii I lie incieaKf cf Two cm! Sieve Si-tc; measure J ljr cvutfsi.na'.i. Study it, and Lc in tructrd. fa Vi's Inc. I 53 jrrar. -aH r-rr Ftrlr. i.fjt ' :4i prr crr.t. J l see aus 1(6 ' , Iarrrase of l he Freelcs-a limn half trrrtlor cf llie Slave State 0110 ll.lrJ larger. Trom ItCO t lf4J the OiJ Free Pl:.l w g-iW 3 rrrrut thcOU Slave, 7. The new State, how a grcalei c:!T.ic::tc E-ii! At 2Jjr.rs. jyar. Ohio, Ill pr.ct. Kentucky, itt .r. ct. Are no! thise f C.s worth It.i-k'.rj over, t-n ronsiiii j? Do ihry m; prova v.hit. L'Urery is kaia.ig ihe S..u h io? A sal kfr i:rtt t t.l lB.rYr.se. Th: IVes States as regard v. l.iie j o,.tla:i jr.. StooJl the Slave Stales i:i 1733 nearly 3 l in lt4,more th. ii2t 1. Keutirc'sy !.:n' 14 per cent, f.om 10 to 4') Ohio, C2 percent. Mi.sisrij .i and AlaLuit.a iucrrnsrd SI per c:u(. I in Ijm. mid Illinois I c3 per eriit'! cf t ic o! J?t uti ! n.ol Jniwly pej-...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 November 1847

" "... .r ti, German peo- nte-rlal and -"'i;, of wilr... radiati,.; ,wed by the eon c,;nu.n .ertitcTT-eou. ,fft.fhr h J lht North tea i-nl l"'"'0".,, ,-lo'cd. and weiEcr , 'l,,lT.iie'rtifiu:f -eai'"" ,.,.cn or.l ii'e'ei'. -Tln- .;.,., Plate. "j ,? rUt of 11.- world. M-Z " . bet ween halir,n-- " f(.i it.lrj I V l- mere-l. snd I "I 1 f .,f . I aciet.ce. tiie rtien" ttenarn'" .: e...eti--. tl " J,rrf loriui'ir"" "'. ., P,.,, tot fif- '. AI ' C Murine l', r r, i!icHi rr..w iiitpfCfU-.- i Ve-antr !.; ' j ,,. .,11V rj.,1 iv. C,.-M.t ,rfI,' :j . ;t.ci,rril,i:ycfu-- ... batterers'! i J "r f,i ! f t'.e ref.rr.- 'iedai h "' ie " re i. ! f.r r-.'-ry eve rr r. r ." . r.i :" t(l"af n! llc ft!... . ' II I I 1 1 Uti-'. t:..r. ... -H' lit rw " 1 . , ;., ... ! : ::ctA i:h r uci r-1 ; , - ..... f. -J. 'ft are I..c 1' . i ..... n. ' .i.. ti:.. Iv 0' V iv;o...-. 1 .r 1lT it ;-' 1 1 li fe f (.' e:h i ;icnt, l ccj : ; l!-otT Move. A cU i out f r r i I.f vn.jicii ci! t!e lili.wi i'l. 'rif en ti:C eiu":! c...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 November 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. I The fortewtnr rtnt lilt I peest W from veleaw Ja Mb!H4 hy iae Sv. Ralph borl. I embodies a cbara laa peUueeob for Ute relay eaa which are apee an la a valley that I knew Happy eceae! Then are meadows alopingiew. There lh fairest flowers Maw, Aad the brightest waters flow. All serene; Bat tho sweetest thing U aa. If yoa ask tha dripping tree. Or tha harvest-hoping swain, latba Raia! Ah, tha dwellers of tha Uwi, How they nigh, Howaagratefully they frown And whea tha cloud-king shakes his crown. And tha pearls coma pouring down From ilia sky! Tbey descry no c liar in at all Where the sparkling jewels fall, - Aid each moment of tha shower. Seems aa hoar! Vet there's something very sweat la the sight, Whea tha crystal currents meet la the dry a ad dusty street, Aad they wrestle with the hea la their might! WbUe tbey seen to hold a talk With tha stones along tha walk, Aad remind tbeia of the rale, Ta 'keep cool!' Bat In that quiet dell. Ever fair. Still the Lord doth ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 November 1847

! i i . - i 1 "prove all things; hold fast that wnicii is good. ...... r . , ...,. , . . .. . . ' . ' : ; M i VOLUMEL THE EXAMINER; - ... tvaekW. Jeff'"' 0 tal " r- " -1 h Port timre. Tvai Tse t, per en""". I" Miic, w Diiuii tf laU alibi" three PAUL SEYMOUR. C0MMUMCAT10 P.,I,i;r sr-ntimcnt is a tyrannical thing, ... i.u..r4, t frequently wrons;. there ) hut few persou- who are not influenced ' iU It U difficult to bieak the chains h which U binds communities and na ' Tbe e is an omnipotence about it hich U mole lively to induce ep.icr-ncc iban to eiciie opposition. If these rieus be correct, the uiflucnce of fJaverViri Kentucky unfavorable even on those who admit iu theory that lrr . o far fowl brliir, a;SS.aceful. u rcpu.abie. Public sentiment bus decided thai later is uinemila?.wil hi I there are those who believe the decision is wrong, stul it fi-ems morally impossible for iht m to be emanci pated froin its influence. Hence many fa thers decline binding out their sons to arn trad...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 November 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. AfGHAW, Emtm. LOUISVILLE:: ::KOV. 13, 1S47. A aleveholder of Shelby county willed,M that certain colored boy of hia estate ahould be bound out U learn a trade, that when thla wasdoae they ahould U allowed tara years to eara eome thla; for themselves end that tbea they ahould b east ta Liberia. The Executor did aot comply with the will of the deceased owner. By accident, the Rev. Mr Cowan, of Frankfort, Ky., heard of liU con duit, and communicated the facta to the State Colonization Society. That body appointed committe ta demand the boya of the Executor, with instractiona, If ha heaitated a moment, to bring suit forthwith for their freedom. The Reverend Mr. Cowaa la juatly respected for the purity of bU life, and hia general phi laatbropy. ThU act U in unison with hia whole character. And the Board, composed aa it ia of Citixentof enlarged and liberal views, know wall how to eecond hie endeavor, and will do it Folate wank ibiwklaf Akwwt. 1. The price of cotton ni...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 November 1847

COMMUNICATION. Far the iir. rnrroa: I hsts iu,t ed f'0!n f,or Mr tour: ad hiUl hav MB work but befor I cotniuence the rela ""' rheST 1 must rlfil pwtou premi. Ve'- eRrMt nelj-hbar. who A T-Svioi mhnic, W h'v toU,nJ fi w whilst I wu at work, b' f?-Vhiih the rroto.UuU of this country bsb calhoJic, , .New Or Indulncesarn u h,,..th, thourhl recurred "' . . "l..fth rroletlantsin ot rcoun- ,, me w " for.. Mla b "there righte-"' - ... ..t,i, or influence. ,bM Z?bVpUutei. or because the Prea lieoXdUe hi- bre.d ..d bolter, the ' ll"dUS"o the letler-th. re- fiction is true .ad r'""1: 0 "r.hrtenaa church I bore a conuauous Til rrwj' .Tfulu,. of idaverv. J'ffl, isltt inclusive. And in ibc-bo:nbol. were tocher, IJ to ' M-'wecousider the voluntary eoslavinf world . wec humB by MO,B, M. '.ilhtioa of the roost precious aui sacred nioUU9 3 ' uttery inconsistent .wtWij ii , lt j principles of irfChrU" Vet most churches in tTool. wiU MIwJlp. .t least ia tbeir .-mul thwh. .re pr.cU.ine F , Tier have sa...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 November 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. ar m mon. mm. boitok. A battle meet be fought. I a tbe clear a ad open plaia, Era their long-debated right Freedom' soldiers can obtain: Bat th road is dark and cambered where they go; The feeble hail and doaU, The rath are pat U rout: Tbera ara Fioaeers af Progress waated Let the cowardly despair; Time shall aid the working hand; What shall baffle those who daro Be first to lead (he band? Not Prejudice, with darkly scowling frewa; Though her sentinel have long I .ike acarecrow awed the throur U'kM tr miwrnvi wait was built pail it dowa. Where the crumbling rata fall. Aai aeatteia blank and wide; Pile the remnant of the wall Far aoart aa either aide: it ih ataura ara ia the wav leap acroo Cat the bramUaa roaad year feet. Though the wounding thorns may meet; Buy the glory of grtt gala with a loea. Thea "Oaward" be the word. Far many a lerelled mile; Let the niarchiag troop advaaee Over mouataia through defile: Marshal all. la tbe weakest and the last; Till aawearie...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 November 1847

( ( I V! : - , 'PBOVE ALL THINGS X HOLD FAST THAT WHICH" IS GOOD." .-'-!'. i .' : . , ' - ... I - VOLUME I. LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1847. NUMBER 23. ......... . T Ikm aUOUlhS. tf sss "- . PAUL YUR. COMMUNICATIONS.- r Tn " Ml, A f INFR i n ast number we laid down net ires r,UtabrJ Weekly. 2lJrjS,i",rt 4oor l.ut OM Lso that the whole slave population could be tai;cu irom me uniteu oiaies. in our pro. sent number we will follow the same meih. od to chow that the whole black population now in the State of Kenturky, can be tak en away. ' " - . 1st. Ttie removal of the free blacks. There are 8,000 of (his class in the Suite, of this number 1,500 are males, and 1,520 are females between 16 and 45. Tttke fust, tlioae who are married, with their chil- . , .i ' .1. I .!,., . r. L I .U ... The servant IlM U18 BalUC icugiuus I unu , auri iuui m iranvim, uicii icuiui rt rti A rriA C lct aw! fomi I rail 90(1 UWIUtUUUa oo 1110 1 11. v wuiiiaiiKi. jaj uiai. tuv i ibujiiij is would gi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 November 1847

THE EXAMINE R. J. C. AfGHAN, P.BiTa. r. COfBY, Amiin Esrroa. LOUISVILLE: :M)V. 20, 18 A Calealatlsm. Tb Ciactaaeti Ckronicle, referring to th re port of th A editor, make th following jut timet of the rain of Slave-Capital: NaniW af Slave ia Kentucky. , 119.569 Aggregate value, : ' $5S,U5,!t4 Averar valas of each iadividual, J.306 Estimating tba coat of keeping a family, oath lowest acala of comfortable life, the average coat of a family of six persona, (including all the children. cannot be leas than t300 per annum. Tba intern an tba valise of each i fid 36 per annum. This for the family to $110 16 mora. A ppl ylng these aggregatea to tba whole number of slaves in Kentucky, and we find lb at tha cost of keeniar slave, amounts, in each year, to more than Thirteen Million of Dollars'. The total valaatioa of tba Slate i $254,71 6, 163. The cost of keepinr tbe Slaves, then amouats to rpereent oa tha entire amoaut of caDital la tha btate of Kentucky. ine com alone ia deemed ia C a rope ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 November 1847

Mm .f t- out th. po from every opportuni af making klll.f.ath c-blW Uh wrn.g out of then. I. supply them with "1 hem J. u4 aln-hensea- At.oU.er year Trer nother wieter of gloom in Eng V 7 .TTJ. I. IretaBd, will go far toward. . .1.. Rritish people. theceity of 3-7 thl. radical reform-cf having. Gor eot which will be something aver, than a p.f royalty or.B.ppendage bu- .failure. f large Hos do not re- Jd i M the great bHt lhe uff"In "d Cs.t of the poor w. i: We deeply regret to ::tt e-of inched difficulty 1. Ira U.J ..dthe beginning of a wide dMrr-a rn,Uod. Fifty thousand pereon. have been f'.eo.t of eK i. Lancashire .W ;r.willbe!;heIoofW.y.n..fthea1. JTJS "hree week.ending O . nomberof operative. 0B hwrt Ume' nd 0n, ,f employ. short Time. Oat r 'ilJlT - - - "fitt ' 8.73G- is : . i2-,9 -10'341 The reduction, .re .till beint errie rapidly nr.rd,eth.t there We prospect ef greater titutioth.n M.nchestee he. ever kuown " iTcreet BnUia will recover from this panic. l.l kw Irish difficulti...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 November 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. Oac-Aataasau I saw old Autumn la the misty morn Stand ihaaowlnss liks silence, lisleuing To silence, for no lonoly bird would sing Into hi hollow ear from woods forlora, Nor lowly hedge nor solitary thorn; Shaking his Unpaid locks all dewy bright With tangled gossamer that fell by wight, Peartinr hit coronet with reldn corn. WT.r are tho Man f Summer? With the eon, Op'nlng the dusky eyelids of the South, Till .haU and silence waken up as oue. Ani Moruin sines with a warm odoreas month, Vra are Uietnerrr birds? Awit, away. On panting wings through the inclement skies, Lest owls should prey , . Undazzled at poon-day, And tear with horny beak their lustrous eyes. Where are the bloeias of Summer? Ia the Weal, Bl ashlar their last U the last sunny boars. Where the mild Eve by sudden S ight is prest Like tearful Proserpine, snatched from her flowers To a most rleomy breast. U'Ium iK nruie of summer the preen prime The maay, many leaves all twinkling? Three On the mowed ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 November 1847

WW a . ' - ' ( a ' J PROVE ALL ' THINGS 1IOLD -FAST TIT AT WHICH IS GOOD." VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER: .. j wklf JcflWw" t., eit deer bt rablbbrf tk'7;,"h ro- Otic. T K K " Tvs Do1" P" drMte' T'" .lJ withla three months. feLLAti 11 B I PAUL SEYMOUR, ADDRESS To the pwyle f. l?rni4 Moving that tlactrv tjiw f jtit tryTarf, ""J gradually alolishtd. vitfioul detriment to Vie rights and inltrtsts oj uaunoiaers; Dy xiimt Kcrrsri, D. D.. evrtAjm, V. What is it but slavery that makes Mary, landers, Carolinians, and especially old ir rniarrs and new Virginian fly their eoun. fry at such a rate? Some go bec ause they dislike slavery and desire to get away from it: others, because they have gloomy fore, bodires of what is to befall the slave States and visit to leave Iheir fcrntlie Ja a 0uu- try cf happier prospect: others,' because Ley cannot pet profitable employment amon slaveholders: others, industrious and hi --spirited working men, will not stay in a country where slavery degrades the work, i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 November 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. YACCHAW, Earrea. r. COSBY, Aasuvarr Esrroa. LOUISVILLE::: :NOV. 27, 1847. Jul Delaware. The "Blue Hen. Chicken" leading paper, with queer name, bat having brave and catho lic eplrit, inform. u, that full ana free discas aiona of slavery hare takes place at Wilming tea. Lticretia Hall a womii identified with eve ry philanthropic enterprise with kindred pir iU lad in the discussion y the paper refer Their whole conduct U ao peaceful, ao hu mane, that even those who are not convinced are forced to admire their self-devotioa to what they believe the best Interest and happiness of the human family. They were listened to by large, attentive, ana orderly andiencee, and, although a rhilrmtii or other officer were annotated. we have eeldora eeen better order observed. This la creditable to our orderly city we re cognise the republican principle, that thoee who differ from us have an equal right to be hoard with ourselves: and that no man is bound to hear what cispleaeea h...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 November 1847

,l .. rtea ire I"1"""'" T...f an" M th protons, or rfr ltPrr. Th. Editor ;.p.U SI pauit, .J npch tha wisdom Catolr hi-"". by.i-itiC wort-1 ;f the Creator between th CUllivatlsn .7.. .u!t.r..io. of Ih. mind, ..: ,!uri ar absolute., - ----- tbs bib tha .. , trwth IP'II'77. .hiei. ,t u farmed to the ,-7el"net- electricity, and all , ght sr to i0. bv which.iu th. won- !-,7s torrtf Nature, the predoces Bjreat COMMUNICATION. nia.,.Ukl Tr.ls. ke fNe-itl ., mt sjeyvllwae W 5 Whenever slav dismissed frm service, bt reciJ ample remuneration for bis U-- the es.ctment thi. .tatute appl.es only to U"0 """" . I l..n..nil af Ika eluta I Ul kl 1 - B4 SU' found aendett L L. ilfM M rwar U-l tt. ir.rt 4 (hi thug ay Thii U the eo!y law whkb we have qeeted that i ( p"1'' appncuo w w ! brw oncia: all me uiuer mrm t mixiw k J. Lit, .how.. The whole Mo , CAj, iyitem ef grmdual mt-lioration k thima thfv were, and wuelr. Jdi m.t ffecuelv made them beuer a'JJit .m, no violent dieruptiena ia eocietr a.a f lit ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 November 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. T ELIZA COOK. Look out, took out, there are shadows about; The forest is donning iU doe Wet of brown, The willow tree swsts with a rloemier flout, Likt a beautiful tice with a gathering frown! Tit true wo all know that bummer must go, That tbo swallow will never stay long ia oar But we'd rather bo watchinf the wild rosoUow, Tbaa be counting the coloring of Aatunzn cares: lea re: Look high, look high, there's the laced-wing fly: Thinkinr he's4inr of fairy realm, As he swings wilhdtlight on the gossamer tie, ri . . i a .1,1. i i r . L mat is iinaea nxut tue peugus 01 we sub tipped elm. Alas! poor tninr, the first rustle will bring The pillars to dust, where your pleasure-clue wearee, And muT a spirit like thiae will elinr To hopes that depend upon Autumn leaves! Look low, look low, the night-gusts blow. Ana the restless tonne in noetic ru, Come whirling and sporting wherever we go, Lighter ia aancinr, as nearer the dead! Oh! who has not seen rare heart, that hare be...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 December 1847

r-:W.J,- . I I I ssbwwbbs MMaMWli n " j - ft 4 t . i ( I o "prove all, things; hold fast; that which is cood." ; t . . . - - - .... .' . y :. :.. ..-j ;':V:u:..:..U ....... kun I -.VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; a jeflerssa f-, eoor bat - TEB7II advance, or Tun - 1 w a w i,. raid wunm three months. PAUL SEYMOUR, r "'7 ADPRESS Tollurcjof West YiTg: shotting that fhcay is injurious to the public vilfitrt, and that it may be gradually abolished, without detriment to the rights Cnd interests of slaveholders; by Hiury KcrrKts. D. D., Lexington, Va. In furth confirmation of our views of the enproductiveoess of slave libor, when em ployed in agriculture, we call your earnest atie'iiuon, fellow-citizara,' to an address de limed v the Agricultural Clubs of Meek leubu're, V., and Granville, N. C, on the 4 th ofJu!v la-t. by Jfcuies Bruce, Esq. Mr. Brw is an uueih nnA nnc of the lan slaveholders of ix- i rnia. II i reunion of slave labor is there- fare-fyklod to grearweight. . We Lave room for. oaiy....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 December 1847

1 V ' . f . r 1 . J f t THE EXAMINE K. . C. TAPCHAN. Kmtm. r. CWIiy, AnntiT Cmw. LOUISVILLE. ::DEC. 4, 1847. Th Kalare ". Senator Archer, of Virginia, Mid, at a public school examination in Cincinnati, freedom and the diffusion of sound knowledge must go hand la-Laud. The first waa aa idle boast wllheat the ether. - What, then, had he U aa y of Virginia! Thl: It aa to him a source of deep regret, that in ear State, from tl efrc it popol tiot, tKa establishment of a system of public chool had been impracticable. Cauaol the aature of that population be changed? Mutt everything yield to slavery? Are the poorer white and laboring clause to be aept dowa forever oa account of it? Atarattag Igaoraaec! Auuvi, ia 1640, had tweutp-tw (ions ad ae kuaindtad eiaeft-rew titium, aw IA ft fvf -, who could neither read aor write! Are things growing belie or wars 7 Are means being taken te redeem the Stat from thia ignorance T Lot the Soathern Advocate answer: Tweuty-tw thousand cltizeaa in a Republi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 December 1847

wrihn vers. paretic ven about bo f "VSi pooriri whose paat ts in ..A pair heart-broken i thing-, Willi, A"" V tr.et.nr article! loo great ,1 TCI ' ' :.t el - Ion Tticl. ww S wraVr ' U rnels.icholy word w are dons: vfloor after hour D after day. Soma eentle flower or ff wy W;tbl the bower Of human hearts, Tear after tear la en.uih starts, : for, preen or aere, tome loved lef psrti From the srbere Of human hearts; The keen wind blow J Fain, hall aud snow Kail every where! And one by one, A( life' aaada ma, Tik-m loved tUiag far, Til plundered hearts at laat ara won To woo despair The sea-weed thrown By wave orwiud. On strand unknown, . I.one p-eve to find; Methink may own Of kindred mora Thus I tiare claim . . O Ufo'a bleak shor, Name follows name for evermore, At swift wave sham K!ow wave befor; For keea wind blow; Ruin, hail and snow Fall every where, Till lile'ssad tree, la mockery. Skeletoned bare. Of every leaf, i left t be , M.ite of depair, TV Circe, thrice welcome, then, thy W...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 December 1847

.LITERARY EXAMINER. Tire Trwe llrarr AaptraUee. I would be thin! Oh, not to learn the anguish Of being- first a deity enshrined. Than, whic the fever-fit U put le laugulsh Stripped of each grace that fancy round ma twined!. Not tuck the lot I crave! I would be thine! Not ia bright lamimr weather, A coney atmosphere of joy to breathe; Bat fear and tremble when the tlorai-cloudt father. And shrink life't unrelenting doom beneath, f ailing- when needed meet. I would be thine! To lose all eelfi.h feeling la the sole thought of thee, far dearer ene! Te etady every look thy will revealing, - Te make th v voice's ever-varying tone "the music of nay heart. I would be thine! When sickness doth oppress thee, With love'e unwearied vigilance te watch. . Waking te eoolhe, to comfort, to careee thee; Sleeping to tiet in dread each eonnd to catch. Thy clumbers that might break. I weald be thine! When vexed by worldly crosses, Te cheer thee with hifccUoa's constant care, Te eta? tbee 'neeth the bur...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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