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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 October 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (nom SUNDAY.) M tk? Star Building*, turner Ptnntylvanta ' avenn* <iv4 Eleventh street, B 7 WALlACn A llOft'K, ^Vill be *?erved to subscribers in tiie piu. * ?>f Wa*)* lugtun, Georgetown, AlexaDdria. Baitioiori jn<1 Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTKK OfcNTH, pava bk' weekly to the Agents. To inail ?ib-cnberf the eulicchpuijn price is THREE DOLLARS AND PIPTYCENTSa y*v in advance TWO DOL I*ARt? for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR loc THRU MONTHS. {fcjp-Sisoit oon*? nm CKirr. VOL. IV. "T. WASHINGTON, D. C.? TUESDAY, OCTOBER UNDERTAKERS, A*. CABINET MAKER <Sk UNDERTAKER. rrtlfc would respectfully itvion? hit 1 friends, aor;namtaucefl, and the public ganera'lj that ho still ?<>EtiBuae to execute all "tu"r. ii- m line of business m the besi ciacmsi alA it ..he st'-'r* est notioe. REPAItllMO neatly and prooip'lv ?x^6i,e t ~i? 1 B'UOIJKEIA.CS att*ud?d fo *<aBPV the shortest actio*, and la the Led manner. Bxivi -prtvrvtd in tht ptrf...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 October 1854

evening star. wASHINGTON PITY: TUE8DAY AFTLBNOOH October 31 \O~Tkt large circulalim of tke Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It kax more readers ?* the cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, thou ell the ofhtr Wash **>'toniuiilifs cond i/ud. Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, oan procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, "Bun Iroo Buildings." Noticb to Subscribers.?Subscribers to this paper who fail to receive it regularly will confer a favor upon the proprietors by leaving their complaints at the counter of the Star offloe. Rogcrs, Look Oct ?We have reason to be like that numbers of the Evening Star are dally stolen from the doors of our subscribers. As we are determined to punish all such of fenders we caution the rogu-s to look out. spifcn of i a>. Mousnn The Lnion makes the occasion of the pub lication of an autobir>graphio letter from Judge Gayarre, of New Orleans, against tha Vourier...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 October 1854

EVENING STAR m ? ? LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. City Councils?Board of Aldermen.?Met at 7 o'clock last evening, according to law, and in th. absence of the President, Mr. Borrow- w<u> called tr preside, when unimportant petition* were presented and referred. The committee of conference in relation to tin di**greeme?t* of the two Biards on the rdeeti'Mi <?.' the site of the West Market, an i buildin; the s??ne. reported a bill authorizing the erection of new imr fcets in the First and F:tth Wards*. One i? to he <>i ? street north, west of l&th street wtM; the otliHi mn'whw on Capitol Hill, and the Mw?r ?nd 01* It ember of each Board to be a committee t>> .tdver tisefnr proposals. They are also to adopt the pi u nnd contract for the markets also superintniul t'? erection of said buildings, h appropriate* .?! o.fxxj Laid on the tabl An act to gravel, kc., a portion of Fourth street passed. An net to construct a wooden triage across !l street, over the Tiber, appropriati...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 October 1854

EVENING STAR. ? M. ? ? - * . ? ? ? ' " CASH VS. HE AST. At ew when the moonlight was Alining, Ann the south wind in whimper?arose, A youth, by the Aahiey-recUntns, j- : Thus poured forth his ash eoK>ro?l woes: "I sing and I sigh for the maiden Who dwelt* in the depth* of yon trove *, Not the lily, its whiteness arrayed inr So beautiful seems to my fove.** And the maiden, she drank in the ditty, With keen ear and a tremulous heart; " But there dwelt an old nwn in the city, And he in her musings iia ; part; She answered Love's sous fry another, To the very same air?but less sweet, And some sigh* which she could not quite smother, Found their way to the youth in the street. **Ah! me?I confess you are dearest, But then, you can buy aotlung dear; Your voice is the sweetest and clearest, And Idoaton your whiskers and hair. But then, the old man in the city Has bonds, and bank notes, and a store Of treasures both costly and pretty. And he promises gold with nJore. "With yon, I procure f...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 November 1854

Ci ? a ?i * 9&. ?g.Vi-Xw.-.ii I a?i?ouftino4ogi..? cari&t, * a c ? * P C. C ^ 't W * t v St V / 4 * _' \ ? w v . . ^ . J ' ***< 4 "* *? *i 4 4*< I ?? -? ??? muI>*? ?.?> . k. . ? ? ,-|f ?. s. , . V- - - r/ * ??? ??+?. *?? ?? ?? ? *? !??< \ ? ??? ?I J r ^ ? v f-? ? ** *"*' 1"*! cixlj ? U. . t ? HJU .? V .-???! i? 07-J ? & ?? ? ' ; 3 S iiH ??' - -. t-... ? *4 f. . ?? I- ??.-*<* ?? ?. _ . _ _^ ^ , 1 * *?? ?*' J ^ . ? 1 J . ?i'>? ? -* ? < >? -> . -U0.j j Z'j,_jZ. * . '..I VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D {&; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1854. NO. 573. 1.U llr'.n flit THE EVENING PURUBHXD 1YERY AFTERNOON, -- AinfDAr,} ? At ths Star buildings, earner Ptnn*ylvam* mvtnuA and Eleventh street, . . By WALLACD X- IIOPC, Will ?w*r?fd to *t4>ecnb?r? in the citif-s ??f YVash Unt'io, l*?K*neiown, Alexandria. Baltimore igid Phila delphia, at SEX AND A QUAST1R (JBNlfe,. paya ble weekly MJ th>> Amenta. To mall subscribers tb? subecnption price is THREE DOLLARS" AN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 November 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITYr WXDIHESDA? AFTKRN005.. Hovemberl j %yTke large ciretdatwn of tke Stab' inakesxt the most desirable advertising me dium in tke District. It has more readers m tke cities of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, than aV. tke other Wash tnstondailies combined. BT Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after soon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, "Sun Iron Buildings." None* to Subscribers.?Subscribers to this paper who fail to receive it regularly will confer a favor upon the proprietors by leaving their complaints at the counter of the Star office. ' BPIBIT OF THS C0ENI5S PF.ES3. The Union is occupied to day for the most part with a discussion with the Courier des JEtats Unit of the question whether the allies in the Eastern war have or have not managed their matters so far, as well as the United States managed theirs in the Mexican War. The Intelligencer defends itself against the 'Union and Sentinel in the matter of...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 November 1854

1 TENING STAR L ^ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Th* H*alth or Washinoto* ?There is no other subjcct in which a large l umber nf our read erf have a greater interest than in that of t'?e nealth o< our city. So, a synopsis of the interesting por tion* of the report of th* Board of Health will ol courae, be fsund most interesting, more especiall as it sets forth every r?*ad We pa-ticul.ir of the health of the city with perspicuity and force. Thu.? the report says: The whole number of 'nlermenta reported dnr ni tlie year is 1.209; aim as our population may be uiated at .-?5.000 to 6.1.U)0. it follows, taking the larger number as t^-e *ms, tliat ine annual rat o 01 mortality is 3.01 per cent., 0r ti at, on an average, there is 1 death to evr y 50 inhabitants; or, assumin the smaller niiu.b?T, the ratio of inor ality is 2.18 per Cent., or 1 death to every 45^ inhabitants. Our report shiws a Unit ntable mortality among children; more than one half of >11 the deaths liavi ,g occurred in person^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 November 1854

oi4'1 I. iiVjIIji THE BOOS- LOVER ?* ?- -? Oil-tf?Hw mn I am atone j| Becsu^uo. hating: heart is near,. , Becau*> no voice of human tdne Makes pleasant musifc mm year,, & wi 4 w j a -j OBt t^n'iM^otf-aiTrahWwfi?-%. a For here.ac? sir companio#3;U>sei; My books have voice ot music toife, " And me with" pleasant voice they-greet. They look upon mo ffom thfe"V sTnrlVfs X*1' - ? They lie around me where 1 sit: They seem to know that <n-Ui?nweltc? t Are hidden stores ot worth and wit. * ? - - ? - ? I ? ?? ?? When, with thcin huttfuULustha* fled, >( And Avarice forgets to hoard; Ambition raises hoc Its head J - -* ? ? Where reignetli Mind Japremestlqid,!, "ITiejrjn-e-the-u iRto<?se of CMmselLV.xilcar, Jn wbuh #?f soul reviews itS dress;.. They to the busy give srond'chWVJ' " And drive away all weAViaess. j.:.-. _ * . He that shall haye them gets rewaid. In doubt thVytnafce tw" ctfloleetf jrofn: In fear sent* faithful guard;.. ...... x By Ummu the *ick forgp^Uieir p nn. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 November 1854

*4HE EVENING STAR T l J jlfcLlEi) EVKKT AFTERNOON, (UCiPT 8UKDAT,) jiilis Star bin'dings, eortmr Pennsylvania avmnr. and Etewntk street, Hf WALCACD Ac IV O (' G, ^VJ! I*" served to?ubj?:nh?>rs m ifie cih-? ot Wash I It ?a. G^orn^uown, Aluiandriaj Baltimore and Phi la. n rill AMD A WUARTKR CENTS, paf t t irr^klv to ibf Amenta. To mall fubsciibera the , |y#cnpuon price u THREE DOLLARS AND f'FTY CENTS a year in adrxmoe, TWO DOL j,*KS for SIX HONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tt THREE MONTHS. oopikb om y? T?-fr-.j 7 *-'"1 jj rrra f f? rlj -vi., ^ ~ ?* ^ > M ? *. V ,?* .4 VOL. IV. ?? n > tn |.iiw WASHINGTON, D. G., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1854. ' ? r ' NO. 574 THT/WEBfcMrWAK'' k??'l f ??, ? j ?? Itila uimHwi T*m6y i iof a nrmt??r variety of I ?* foead la any otfiw?is pa M tatted oa SMurday. r> ,? < - alMB. Single oopy, per ennnm *. ^1 ^ - ? ' ?-!->, m oinaa PlVO OOpiOlii?|.%.?l^.? I'fa da *^* .v*.?- <? ? > ? ?, #. ?. i-iii,-- 8 W> Twenty thaimmn..?????,?????*??????. 14 N Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 November 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: THTJXSDAY AilKBNOON November 2. 0"77i? large circulation of tk* Sia* miJcesit the most desirable advertising me diu?? in the District. It has. more readers mike cities of IVashingtm^Oeorgetevm, and Alexandria, than cL the other Wash ington dailies corr.biried. v* |y Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, ** Sun Iron Building*." Noticb to Subscribers.?Subscribers to this paper who fail to receive it regularly will confer a favor upen the proprietors by leaving their complaints at the counter of the Star office. _ ' 13T A B Owass, No. 70 High st., Ports mouth, Vs., will furnish subscribers to the Evening Star with their papers regularly every morning after its issue. ? SPIBIT OF TH.it HU&SlSe PEERS. The Intelligencer says: "If the distant reader could see all that is goiQg on out Weet among the politicians be would be amused as well as surprised at their perplexities. In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 November 1854

VENING STAR.! AL INTELLIGENCE. [Tin Health or ffnH kgtow?'"fro-day weeon tt our quotations from the annua] report of the ird of Health, made by Dr. Thomas Miliar, its ident: With the exception of consumption and cholera ltum, our bill* of mortality present nothing ,jiy of note. The diseases which have ever >d known to prevail on the basks ol the Potomac, t: intermittent and bilious fever, and which many irs ago made sad havoc among our citizens, now, the city has become more densely populated, 3*1 but to a limited extent, and are seld in fatal. diseases are now principally confined to the >?jbs, and to those parts ot the city where streets being opened, and other improvements being ide. , >ur citizens have abundant cause for thankfulness iiheir exemption from all epidemic and conta Las diseases, while cholera and yellow fever have hmniKft'il the most lamentable ravages in very finv portions of our country. To the peculiar to ?graphy of this locality, and to the judicious pl...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 November 1854

:.V i .NING STAR. " LET ME IH " BY FloRBSCB rRRCY. * When the summer ?vpni?2,ii shadows VeilM the earth's calm bosom o'er, ; C?ine a voting child, faint and weary, Tapping at a cottage door; - . " Wandering through the winding wood paths My worn feet too lont have been ;? Let me in, oh, gentle mother. Let me in 1" Year* passed on?his eager spirit Gladly watched the flying hours; " I will i?e a child no longer, Finding bli?s in birds and flowers} I will seek the bands of pleasure, i will join the merry din? Let me in to joy and gladness. Let me in!'* >? ? Years sped on?yet vainly yearning, Murmuring still the restless heart? " I am tired of heartless folly, _ L^t the glittering cheat depart. I have found in worldly pleasure Nought to happiness akin, ; Let me in to Love's warm presence? Let me in J" ? '~l Years flew on: a vouth no longer, Still he owned the restless heart; "1 am tired of love's soft durance, ? Sweet-voiced syren, we iau*t part; I will gain a laurel chaplet, And a w...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 November 1854

THE EVENING STAB published every afternoon, [COVT SUNDAY,) At the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACU A HOPS, Win be served to subscribers in the cities ot Wash ington, George .own, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agent*. To mail subscribers the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. Op-Swaim copies one ceht. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1854. NO. 575. THE WEEKLY STAR. !?? ? ? o ? ? ? **? TO OUTM. ?41 ? _ ???????? ?? l* ?!??! Tea 4o M ??!? Ill <-4 Twenty .... 8 Of e 0Q ...v*?. ?????*?'? ? ...15 00 (XT- CaBM, I1TTAR1ABU I* IDTUOB. ItT- Single copies (in wrappers) can b? pn?o'r a the counter, immediately lilfr Hie mm t? paper. Price?thkeb cairrs. Porriimu who mi as agents wii be a Ac* * a commission of twents tmr rmt. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKJER & UNDERTAKER. TflJi ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 November 1854

evening star. WASHINGTON CITY; ***DAT AFTERNOON November 3 THK WKEKLY STAR: AN EXCELLENT FAMILY AND WASHING. TON NEW8FAFEE. 0"? ef Che ( hrnprm in the Country. Price?Only <125 Fer Annum. The Weekly Star is printed on & handsome double sheet, and contains more reliable information concerning what goes on in Washington, than is to be found in all the other newspapers. Its Washington news is of the earliest and most reliable character, being sel dom at fault. It has already given the Daily Star a wide reputation as the most reliable newspaper at the Capitol. In addition to its Washington Isews, the Wbkkly Star will contain original and choice selections of Tales and Poetry, the latest and most interesting News from Europe and all parts of the United States, by telegraph and otherwise, &c., &c., making it one of the best family news papers published. All orders, postage paid, accompanied by the money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a dollar can be sent in post...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 November 1854

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Mairt Testimonial.?Last evening the magnificent testimonial of a silver present to the late Mayor Maury was made. There wai assem bled many of the distinguished men and beautiful ladies ot Washington. The set consisted of two large silver pitchers, and twelve silver goblets, most r,rgeonsly elaborated in the workmanship. They ao.t ?1.I>M; ?nd, regarding their fineness, are well worth the expense. On them is inscribed the words as follows: " To John W. Maury, late Mayor of Washington, in testimony of his public and private worth, 1854 " At the time selected for the presentation, Col Peter Force appeared on the part of the presentors, sud read a well-formed speech, showing by deliber ate analysis the benefits to the city of Mr. Maury's administration, and tiie grounds for the compliment nat<4 him. The speech touched upon the necessity of having always a just Chief Magistrate for thecitv, and regarded Sir. Maury as one who came up to the g .indard. Ex Mayo...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 November 1854

VFMNG STAR. THE BLEST OWES AT HOKE. The melody of " Old Folks at Home" has been very popular, but the words are not so meritorious. A late number of Zion's Herald contains the follow ing new version: Away on the banks cf life's bright river, Far, far away? There will my heart be turning ever, There where the blest ones stay ; All through this vale of sin and sorrow, Sadly I roam, Still longing <or the dawn of the morrow, And for the blest ones at home. All without is dark and dreary, Every where I roam? O brothers, how the heart grows weary, Sighing for the blest ones at heme. Through all earth's sunny scenes I wandered In yeuth's gay morn; How many precious hours I've squandered How many mercies scornr d ? When seeking sin's delusive pleasure, Wretched wa? I; But now my heart has found a treasure, There with the blest ones on high. All without is dark, &c. One hour there is forever bringing Memories of love! Twas when my sighs were changed to singing Of the blest ones above....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 November 1854

THE EVENING STAB fPUBLISlLED EVERY AFTERNOON, ? (DGM-T SUNDAY,) At the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventk street, By WALLACH 4c HOPS, \V JI be served to subscribers ia the cities of Wash inptonT George .own, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phil a dfloaia, at SLX. AXD A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weelUy u? Ut? Agenut. To maiJ subscribers thf> mibscriptioo nrice is THREE DOLLAR8 AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS Tor SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tot THREE MONTHS. O^Swulb copiis oh* cmmt. j VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1854. NO. 576. m THE WEEKLY 8TAR. tag a to (Mad ia lay OOpTf P* tea. do F1t? Tea Twenty vo etnas. nni i i i i L ?? i ii i ? ? ?... t?t ?*** i ? ?.9 oo ^ 15 (>? 99" Can, tavaaiaBLT ta aavaaoa. flQK Single copfca (ia wrappers) can be precarwd a the counter, inuoodiatejy aftar tbr taaue at U>e paper. Price?raa?? rurrs. Porraarrcas wbo aat as agwie wjl be aSowe a cum mission of twenty p?r Cf-nt. UNDERTAKERS, ?fcc. CABINET ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 November 1854

KVKNINq star. wASHTnqton PITY: B ATTH p ATAJTKSirQQjr Jovembw 4. The wkeklystarT EXCELLENT FAMILY AKD WASHHTU TON NEWSPAPER. ?Be *f ,fce >?? in Ike Cvaatry. Price?Only <1 25 Per Annum The Weekly Star is printed on a hand^me double sheet, and contains more reliable information concerning what goes on m Washington, than is to Tta wn(?.-m other newspapers. Its Washington news is of the earliest and most reliable character, being sel om at fault. It has already given the r ui a w^e rePutation as the most liable newspaper at the Capitol. In addition to its Washington News, the VVkekly Star will contain original and choice selections of Tales and Poetry, the lates. and most interesting News from Europe and all parts of the United States, by telegraph and otherwise, &c., &c., making it one of the best family news-1 papers published. All orders, postage paid, accompanied by the money, will be promptly attended to. Fractions of a dollar can be sent in postage stamps. No order w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 November 1854

Evening star. r LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Ts Awti-Liquor Laws.?The anti-Sunday ?elling law baa bean in force two years, and is well known to all interested. The new law forbids the sale of less than a pint of liquor, wine, cider, or beer, and makes the penalty $20. or on non-payment, imprisonment in the work house from seven to sixty days. The act in relation to wholesale and retail dealers went into operation on Wednesday last. It fixes the rates of licenses according to the amount of capital invested in the business, ranging from $43 for $1,000 oapita), to $105 where the capital amounts to $25,000 or m ire. This law requires two bondsmen, each for $200, that the party lieensed under it shall not sell Its* than a pint, or suffer drinking on the premises, or otherwise violate any corporation liquor law; and also authorizes the Mayor to forfeit or suspend the lieenBe in case of proof of a violation of any such law. The Register of the Corporation also advertises to grant re newels of all l...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 November 1854

VMNING STAR. [POK THE ITA.R. TO MY CIGAR Yes, social friend, I love thee well, In learned doctor* spite: I love thy fragrant, misty spell, I love thy calm delight. And when *t midnight's lonely hour, Attended but by thee, O'er history's varied page I pore, Man's fate in thee I see. Awhile, like thee, the hero burns, And frets and fumes around, And then, like thee, to ashes turns, And mingles with the ground. And while thy lenzthen'd column grows, And break - and falls away, T trace how Empires thus have rose? Thus tumbled to de ay. From beggars' rags to monarchs' robe, One common doom is passed; Sweet Nature's works, the mighty globe, Must ail burn out at last. And what is he 'hat smokes thee, now, A litile moving heap, That a*>?n, like thee, to fat - must bow? Like thee, in dust must sleep. And while I see thy smoke roll high, Thy ashes downward go; Tisthus, methinks, my soul shall fly? Thjus leave my body low. W. H. Extravagant Speech.?The late Bishop lledding used to toll an i...

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