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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 December 1841

BY GREELEY <fe McELRATH. ^?^^^ OFFICE NO. ANN-STREET. TkK I. OSE CE.\T. SEW-V<M*i*. TI KS-.a . n01.M.\G, DECEMBER ?? .?Ul. VOL. I. .HO- 206 THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ji pabliihed every morning, at No. SO Ann New.Vork, and deliver.-.! to City Subscriber! for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, 5* per nnnum in advance, and the pa;*-r in no case continued bevond the time for which i is paid. Subscriptions alien for Six Months. I jrVrns oj Aivtrririni_>'or eecA Jirer'.-.Mmrnl ejf J TEN h:i? or less vovi-: six:, tir't Insertion.. 50c ts ' do- for each subsequent insertion. ^* do- for SIX insertions, or one ?.t>ck-!? I -50 Jo. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 3 OO Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rat?s Mtrriaire?, Religious and Kuueral Notices, not execed jof fi?e line., aVj cent*. (W-Advortikemtmu when ordered to to be continued en the inside after the first insertion will be subject.to the same charge as oa their.first appuarancss?payati.e ia aii cases in advance. '-7- T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 December 1841

THE TRI SINE TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 7. 1241. \ '?_f We received yesterday 200 subscriptions for the Weekly TKiEt-ne, which we were^wbolry enable to supply promptly, our last and several preeedisr: numbers being enureiy exhausted, ah'iouj'u we have increased tiie edition 250 to 500 copies ???..--_?. v. .-??*. We this we'k a>4 One Thun i ? ??; -- ??? ? tion, and hope to be able to supply ail orders prompt? ly through the week. If we receive tbe President's Message to-aJght, we shall put cor Weekly to press early to morrow. ?.o as the sr-mer to despaarn trie Message, and supply our waiting subscribers. XT Wepabhabed a perl of Dr. Lantern's las: Lecture in a part of our edition yesterday. We no* publish It cessplcts to oar r Juris edition, meJedinr, of '-eu.se. a cor? rected version of what ?pr??r>d >r. *;??'< yesterday. XT Ft Dr Lardncr's Foardi Lecture on the Plan? ets of our system atid on Comets, sec Last Page. XT For News by This Morning's Southern Ma?, see next Page...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 December 1841

tsy ittis ffleroins's Scntaern Hu.il. Northern Lights.?Thrrc was a slight cxbi 1 j Ion on Sunday evenirg of the aurora borealis at Baltimore. Between C and 7 o'clock, the radia? tion* of light in the north were quite briilian:, and there wae a pale arch rjuite across the heavens. It soon however laded away. Hkax i VerSK t.?This morniHCtn the Circuit Court of the I'nited States, the jury in the case of the United Sut-? vs. Jam's A. Recside, gave a verdict in favor of .Mr. Recside for the sum of ?188.?6 06. [I'hilad. Gazette, 6th. Vessel Capsized.?vVe cam from the Ex change Reading Room Books, that the schooner D- Kalb, of 80 to 90 tons burthen, from the Hast en, Shore, laden to the bend, with w heat and other grain, capsized ul'tvut ?ix o'clock yesterday morn off the Lara/etto bar. a'd filled. No person lost. [ Bahim ?ro Araer. Gib. The Mormons.? lie: Warsaw III. Sigrr.-I com? plains bitterly of thefts committed by thu Latter Day >i'f ts. Their neighbors lose horses, cows, clothes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 December 1841

Dr. Lardoer's Fourth Ltctnre. Dr. LarJner commenced his lecture on Satin day evening by ?.uying that although the subjeet an? nounced in tbe bills was Comets, he should resume the subject with wh:.ch he closed on the pre rious evening. He announced, also, that at the next lecture ht! should introduce an innovation, and wliat might seem a hold one. but one whict be was convinced wsruld be prodoctive of good : aad as in the diffusion of knowledge evetv experiment which promised useful results was worth trying, baa no hesitation in resolving hereafter to divide bis lecture into two parts, or, saii he, " as I am upon the stage, I suppose I may s?y into two ac -. de? voting them to the consideration of difTerr:.! sec lions of knowledge. In tbe interval between them the didactic mxieis will he exhibited." The planet, said Dr. L- upon which we were engaged at the conclusion of the last fectare was Jupiter. I explained the physical cause of Iiis tjrlti?showed the appearance which the S in a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE je published every m o r n 1 n % , at No. Sn Ann ?i?et. Mew-York, and delit ered to City Sub?cnt?n (or ONE CENT per copy. Subscribers, $-t pex n^nurn in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the tim*> for which i ?is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. 7Vrw< of .Idrtrtitrng_for tteh Jirtrlitrnrnt of jgNlines or less (ovet s?x.. first Insertion.. 30c:s io- for each subsesioent insertion. de- for SIX . rtl ?- or on< -? ? ? ?? ' -St? do. forTWENTY-FIVE insertions.-.. SOO Longer Advertises eats st equally favoraols rates Hsrnacr?. Reln.-i.us and Funeral Notices, not eiceed jcj 6m iiue? 35 cent*. ^Advertisements when ordered to to be continued on ths inside after the first insertion ?nll t>c subject to lha same chart* as on their.first dpscaranotv-jayahle is ail cases in advance. 0r> The WEEKLY TRIBUNE; ? very larr," Wr ferine ( anntrj . is published every Saturoay morning, at the low price of Sat per annum, in advance. ,_:? I .. THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 8, 1841. ZZy Circ?m?tir.r' i j?,c twice compelled j? to reservi toe recjan luj tl.aj. e? f Baraaby K Ktr? it. our (w?.?-> sion. Our reader ? s ill the less rerret thi. when : ,?? learn that i'. belongs more properly to what i<- U f thin what precede-, and dce> net enlighten us re-m to tsr fate of K .mat y. We have lomc br pes of sauiaei Part (the last but oi.e; by the Acadin. TT~ For a ? Free Trade' artrnraent and oar rep'.y. Lei? or the Savannah an original Zweiter from the Lhipated Territory ar.d a cou-.piete Ecr.cw o: the Hew-York ICark.t, ate Prat rage. - r<' Fora LiT.er.? for IcbabodCraae.G-allleo ar-.ei Report oa Hogs, &c &c. see Las: Page. rCT* The President's Messare. ?hieb left Wash ington at 12 o'clock M. on Tuesday, arrive . u Poet Office in this City at 20 minttxes before. , ck that evening, or in 9, hours from W ?snington. Con Verirre the time necessarily req nred_i p tss the three great nvers^usojieljMna, -.?.eW*,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 December 1841

'"LATER rROM^CHlNA. We received Canton papers yesterday at nlsout j (."clock, P. M. brought by the ship Ann McKiro, Capt. Vasmer, which left that city on the 29th of Julv. She bring* dates, therefore, thirty-nine day* later than were before received. The political Erws. however, it of les* interest and importance ;Can was generailv anticipated. Trier" had been no fighting between the contending parties, nor do ?e gather that any active, measures were in pre? paration. Indeed it was believed that Sir H. Pottiager, the new British Plenipotentiary, would arrive too late to proceed farther Northward, or prosecute hostilities any farther this season. Lin and Kang have both been sentenced to trans? portation to be sent immediately to Turkestan t Keshen on the contrary has teen ugain taken into favor with the Emperor. The Register of the 27th July contains a full a-count of the occurrence of one of those tremens clous g?l?* known as tyfoons, which commenced en the 21st and lasted till the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 December 1841

For The New-York Tribune. LAMENT FOR ICHAEOD CRANE. by j. m'carenv, Ja. PaoF. Ichabod ! prince of the pedagogic race! Of al! its worthy names, but thine alone Hath dodged the strolce of grim Forgetfulness, And gained unhoped for, yet deserved reno-A-n; How didst thou chance t' escape the general doom. To break away from ttern Oblivion's grip. To creep from oat his ail-enshronding giootn, And give at last thy destiny the slip ? Vet though by Fancy's hand inscribbied there, We joy to see thy name on Fame's o!d calendar. What though thy care-distracted brow snstainec No gem bespangled toy, yclept a crown? A king thou wert of absolute command, Sole monarch of a little realm?thine own ; A more than regal sceptre graced thy hand, And pss&er supreme dwelt in the withering frown With which thou didst control that reckless band, And keep its spirit of rebellion down ! There didst thou sit majestic?grand?alone? A rod thy sceptre?an 1 an oaken stool thy throne ! Upon that knife-scarred tri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 December 1841

. ^^BasSsammafSBI ?^v-?ntcr?^?wr-33tir; ;3trjEr?i-H*<^z THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ?j nii the.I every morning. It No. .lo Acn I ' - '.vt. New.York, and delivered to City Subscribers f ler ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscriber-. "$4 per I sr-nam in n trance, au?! tie par* r iu no case contmuev. beroad the time for which i is paid SojbaeriptiotM ??Ken for Six Mouths. ~;,~t ni Jlictrlitir.t .. For tack jSdr*rti$**%ent of ? ->;> lines or lens (ovei six . Si-.; insertion.. ?W^j* ich so . lerl .or.. ??? " . ion ron< ?'eek?--8J (bi .VENTY-KIVE insertions.... a <?* Longei Vdverti nsnu at equally fcvoTabtorates Marrc. es.Religi us and Euuer.l Nctices, not exceed (ex five lines "at"? ceui?. rjrj-Advertisernenti when ordered to to b* continue.', on th.; inaida afer the Srrt ,n?ertion will be subject to i . tharge a. on their.?rst aPpt?*raitce?-payab.e in si! cases in advance. Orr- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very Inrir? paper forweCountry.il published every Saturday mottung, Jj.jp, i u OTP ,::...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 December 1841

T H ? T R IWV N r. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 9, 1841. JEJ" ' Cnto ' t- crowded out by the vre** of news from abroad unti a; home. V\ c have on hand a gr*at nnmber of comm.- ?'<rations which we have not even bnrf time to read. W- trust our friend* w il. have ra:i-rc<-t c. tf:*ir favor? ?hall la* at>nde?i l* In due season. ET T^r a ..or.caof ti'.c Souther:: L.terary Messenger w.ta an F.<:ract, aad City Inteliiger.c ? tee F:rs: Fa^e XT For a new Chapter of Barnaby Budge eve I****1 ^Z?- =_ tU" Our readers are probably all aware that thi. ii Th'am\tsgiving day. We bad written a verj moving article upon the tubjecr, but like much other mutter, almost as good, it is crowded out by ?what gets in Ail we can say *>n the subject now, therefore, is to give c;r friends a very need ear, exhortation? r.nmeiy. to eat, drink and be a. merry as their consciences will lei them. 1 lie Preeldenl'a Uemance. The indications already afforded confirm usiri our early belief that the Message of Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 December 1841

tO'The following iett-r fiom our Washington correspondent was unavoidably crowded out yes? terday : Correspondence of the Tribune. WASHINGTON, IKUXlbT?. IWI. th r.rrnr !an.-" with the requirement of the C?n stirution, th- two H uses of Congress conveaedto dny. and <?rnmene- .1 their regul?r annual session, bei : th Sec i d Se*sion of the Twenty-Seventh Co: gress. Ar 12 u'cJcick, tae Senate was called to order by tue President, Hon. Samuel L. Soi'Tiiard. Tho roll of Senators' na mos being called by the Serre-ary. it up >?ared that thirty-one S.-na'ors were present, those from the States of New-Hamp? shire, Rhode Island, Sou'h Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, and Messrs-. Ch >ate, Miller, Merrick, ' Kinr, Barrow, Mori/head, Woodbridge, and Se vier, '" ing absent, and there being two vacancies from Tennessee, and one frrtrn Alabama occasioned j by tine late resignation of Hon. C. C. Clay. On moiirsn of .Mr. BaYARD, it ?ras or lered thai tbe House he informed ?.hat arruornm of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 December 1841

V, A R IM A B Y Ki !> (. E . ? Nein Ksorfc bjj 35o?. CHAPTEP. LXXVI1L ?n this same day, and about tois very hour. Mr Willst, tbe eirjer. sat srr.ro.in:: i.is pipe in a cham? ber ?I the Black Lion. Although it was hot sum? mer weather, Mr. W til- t sat close to tbe lire. He was in a state of profound cogitation with his own thoughts, and it ?a? his custom at such times to stew himself, vnder the impression that that pro? cess of rookerv was favorable to the melting on: o: his ideas, which, when he begar. to simmer, some? times oozed forth so copiously as to astonish even himself. Mr. Waiet had been several thousand times comforted by hi* friends and acquaintances. with the assurance that for the loss he had sustained in the damage done to the Maypole, he could come upon the county." Bums this phrase happencrl to bear an unfortunate-resemblance lothe rwpularex pression of b eaming on tie- parish, it suggested to Mr. Willett's rniod no more consolatory visii ns than pauperism ?n at....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE li nnbli?hed every morning, at No. 90 Ann street. New-York, and deliv wed to City Subscribers for ONE LENT per ropy. Mail Subscriber*, Ml*" annum in aJvanee, and the paper in no case continued bevonJ the time for which i tu paid- Subscription* taken for Six .Months. 7Vrnit cj Adi.rti tin'.... For e?cA Jdrwrtitemtnt^f X?V tinea or leas (over six), first Insertion.. .j?*",'"'5 do- for each subsequent insertion. *?? do. for SIX Insertions, or one ne.k?*?? ?**' do- for TWENTY-FIVE IrasertJons..-- ?? ILonger Advertisnmouts at equally favorable rat?? Marriages, Religious aud Fuuer.l Notices, not exceed iug live lines 89 eem-. C?r Advertisements when ordered to to be continued 0:1 rnT .aside utter the drat insertion will be subject to Hi- -s-ae charge as on their first appcarnaoe?pay a. le in at! rases in advance. fry. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a vary large pi , ,r for the 1 :.un? v. is published every Saturday morn ,,g, gat per annui ' advance THE T HI Bl N E. T.?r. Travklk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 December 1841

T B E T R I B U X E ? FRIDAY MORNING, ,)KC. 10, 1841. x77"f?o mir last page will Ix- fwuod r?po-ted the Fifth Leettirt of Dr. Lardner it was bj fkj ti<e r.r.?t interest? ing Sad Ihe hot ?tieid?-rj of tie course. A. cur report wa, written out for yesterday's p.per, th* r.rror m the closing paragraph, . atme thai ihr continuation ? to h? delivered to-worrpiei reo ? r. in easily explained. Dr. 1. Lectun s this evti.mg at Nillo's. XT Toe Poem on iui last page, should have sppesred y stc.-day, wr.a Ihe nonce ot the Southern Literary Messenger. TT For a Pccm 02 'T-e Dead Sea," *ce Last Page. XT For brief-iterary Mot ces, Statistic! of Illinois, itc. aec First Page. JO For City Intelligence see next Page The Cask or Mr. Reeside.?Our readers will have noticed in our last a statement that Mr. K.-esid,-, (the'Land Admiral) had obtained a ver .. et against the United State? for the round sum of $123 ?i'-'O, being the balance found due on a long series of intricate dealing! between him and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 December 1841

rQ" Jh* i,tr]c ?on of Dr. Sylvester (irnham. of Northampton. Muss, was sudly nsaimYd on the 27th ul: bv &n accidental blow from a hatchet in the band!1 of a companion. Three of hi? fingers j were severed from kit hand. I *T Elias Wilbur, a grocer in Rocheswr, committed suicide on the Gin. by hanping himself while under influence of depression caused by pe \ fjniary embarrassments. CCT The country residence of John Taylor Cooper. Esq., at Cedar Hill. Smiles from Albany, ?a. consumed by fire on Tuesday night. APPOINTMENTS BV TUK f.OVKHNOR. Dsccssaas sth. tell. William P.'jfxusut, efFredonia en Examini in Caeacery i?r the counts o/Cbautaeque, in place of rbos, p. c-n-.-nor. resigned. - Keen McCt/lxess, ol the city of Albany. Measurer at Woo i ?int Timm r for the city and enunty of Albany, in i-tic of Dsiiicl ParUec, removed front tne county. LAWYER'S DIARY.Dec. 10 Commom Plcas?Faxt I.?SO, 111, 117,63,01,03,249 ?73 iO, 83. 71. p., : 12 'S 2 8.68 4,14,22,74.78. ?4, 75.20. etpcnioaCeo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 December 1841

Kf.ro thss f-ou'.bern Lr.?iar> Mr.?*etr- r for Dec THE DEAD SEA. rrtw.i ??st.??;. There is a en If of waters dark and deep. To which Earth's other paters, whether boons 3n the still bosom of the ' reck-ribbed hills,' Or ??vi: with foam and thunder to the ses. Bear ?mal! resemblance. Silent snd alone. It laves the feet of mountains that are black. And bald with desolation. Not a tree Lifts from their sides its full top to the run ; Not a ereen herb sucks from the brackish soil Iw sickly nutriment,or uoo]?to kits. The briny wave, or to return its shade. The dreariness and crse of endless drought .Encircle it, and pestilential fumes _ t-vs.-at from the burning sands, and ?a!t the r/.oorn. There playa within that solleo, leaden docri No fisbf whose -learning side* ?f whit* *r.d gold, Flash, as he seeks h:s nook ber,eat_:i the shore. No b:rci of cheerful carol wakes 1::* note Above its bosom, or with shirring ?* ing, Ripples its surface in his joyous flight. The Taief<l breeze of e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 December 1841

J-KSX'J. M'Al. ?EU-iORK, ?ATlRi)A\ TIOIl^l-VC;, DECEtHJEK II, i?% ^ s .. 310 THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE pablished every mor n ing ,st No. 50 Ann street New-York, sad delivered to CKy Subscribers frr ONE CENT rr copy. Mail Subscribers, M per Inoum in adveaee, and the paper in no rue.continued beyond tbe time lor which i is pud- Subscriptions taier. for six Month*. _ Terr., of Jtvrrtitint . T?r JsuaHistnuMt of r- . 11 ... mv .fir.i Insertion.. ?Ocu le ? [??>' insertion^0i ** " de - rtic-as, or one week....*! 50 ... .. < rV-FIVE mserUons.... fl 00 I onee \ Is er. emeots at w.nallv favorable rate? Marnsc ?. Rellgi *l and Funer.l Notices, not exceed ice five lines I?ceni?. rrr-e- A.lTW-u?vm?ntJ when ordered to to be continued en the aside after tbe first insertion will be subject to the same charge *? *" their first appearance payable in all case'in advance. Cr> The WEEKLV TRIBI'VE. a rtrv large pa j er for the Cauntrv. il nubbshed every Saturday mom tig, at thrlon pne'eof *? per ?anu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 December 1841

T ii E T R I : I N ? SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. IK 12?. XT ADVERTISEMENTS !? r M today's paper i egki to be .em la bsrfore 9 oMoelt, tbii er? aiag. The office is cot open on Sand*) ST For a Poem theOlc-ioni Dar? of OH a contin? uation of 'Cato' on th. Schorf Fond. and Mise e-* neon* Items, see Tint Page. tzr For a Poem by Longfellow and the Offl^ ^ ,urn? ? f the Vote at th. iate Election in this State. La?? Page XT Tor City Intelligence sec nex-tPage The Na rr?-Hosti t*tJAD*o5, ttc.-We hea. with mor-h pleasure of the recent appotntme. I the Secretary oftheNavj'to the Government ships preparirg at this port for service on the Coast. ?The ?teamer Missouri, pronounced to be superior to any other ship afloat, has been placed under j ihe command of < 'apt. Newton, a most accom- ; plishad officer, and eminently qualified fur the duties of thi* particular service?having been ; transferred from the steamer Fuhwn. The com mand of this vessel has been assigned lb C:it'.t. Cooper, an officer in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 December 1841

LAW l'EB/? MARY.Dec II. Nonce December ' etas Common Pleas. Last of November Term Common I'lca?. City tnttlhamce. Reporte?! for the N-w-York Tribune. CIVIL COURTS. FeiD*r, Dee. 10. la the Superior Court, un aetioa was brought by Juan Je Silva again*! Francis Echarte fei ?lander. the damages a d al $10,1? 0. A lady named Sires, whore husband ?a? away at the lime to Vera Crna, occupied stores No 4.".3 Broadway BOd le Spring-street, for ihe reading of dry good., and bad $?!.< (I> injured on etch. She had the ?lock from Broadway carried to the ?tore in Spriug street, and got the defendant (who if a produce broker) lo order the whole |S,000 insured to be altered to latier. (In 9 .t urday evening, ?hout 1 *"*k aflfr ,be tr,n,,'"r-,h* 'Ior" took bre. but w?? only partially burat. Mrs. Sires, ac coanpanied by Mr. de Silva, the rlaiuii!l in this suit, called tbe same evening on ibe defendant, the former haviiijr the police " ?itb her, and requea ed thut he wr.uld go i ext day (Sunday /...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 December 1841

From the Democratic Review for December. GOD'S-ACRE. BY HEMkV W. LOVCI I-ILOW. I LiKF. that ancient ?ax<m phrase, which calls The buriai ground, " God's Acr" ! " It ia juat; It consecrates each crave within it.?. wall?. And breathes a benison o'er the sleeping do t God'a Acre! Yen: that blessed name imparts Comfort to those who in the grave have sown The seed that tbey nave garnered in their hearts. Their bread of life, alas ! no more their own. Into its furrows shall we all be cast, lo the sure faith, that we shall rise again At the ereat harvest, when the Archarige, s blast Sbellwinnow, like a fan. the chaff and gram. Then shall the good stand in perpetual bloom. lo the fair gardens ?f the second birth. And each bright blnio.ni,, mingled !"/r< .me With that ol flowers, which never bloomed inearth With thy rude rdo-ghshare. Death, turn up the sod, Ar d si-read the furrow for the seed we sow ! This is the field ami Acre of our God, This is the place where human barvesls grow. ...

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