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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 September 1852

BBS ! ' imc blEV K 'I. 1 r! I. L l-lr. P I j n CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1852. VOL. 13. NO. 28. i XjL CABINET MAKER. T' Water Slreet, Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all .kinds of Kchmture. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on band ffi" Shop second door above the Post Office. September 18S2. JSNCOUKAGE HOME MANUFACTURES. Ken 'Administration-- hmi Carding and Weaving. THE L NUEHSIGNED ben to announce that lie has purchased of Mr. U. I. Hays, at the Point, north Glasgow, hit Carding Machine, and is PREP.4KETO C.UID WOOL, with promptness and neatness. He Ls also prepared to do all kinds COUNTItY WEAVING, and pledges himself in both brandies, to attend to all orders in a workmanlike manner. Ferriage paid on all Wool from Saline. Wool received at Mr- Carson's Tin Shop, Glasgow. JOHN SUTLlFFi April 15, MIM j DU. W. T. DAMEU(' Huntivills, Mo.. O1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1852. THE TIMES FOR PRESIDENT, WiNFtBLD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICF. PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whin Candidate! lot Presidential Elcctora. 1st Dis. Jefferson F. Jones, of Calloway; 2d " Thoe. L. Anderion, of Marion) 3d " J. N. Brown, of Macon; 4th " W. A. Cunning'"' ol 'Buchanan; 5lh "" Chns. B. Gibson, of St. Louis; 6th " Robt. A. Hatcher, of New Madrid; 7th D. E. Ferryman, of Washington 8th Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; Oth " John S. Waddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, September 9, 1852. John G. Miller. The pnst presents us with n few isolated cases in the history of politicians and polit ical men, which may have served "to point amoral and adorn a tale;" but, of late, such inflated individuals can trade the whig par instances, especially in our country, have ty off, either to the Benton or the anti-Ben-been exceedingly rare. When speaking of i ton faction. the political characters of the U.S....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 September 1852

mn -It 'Hilt WD.PIIJHE' II GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1852. THE TIMES. Speaker Elected. Ws arc gratified to be able to announce that the House of Representatives lias at length succeeded in electing u speaker. On Saturday evening, Mr. Maupin introduced n resolution, declaring the present Speaker pro tern., Dr. Shclhy, Speaker for the ex tra session, which was adopted by a large majority. We presume the House will now have no difficulty in electing the other offi cers, and that the Legislature will speedily transact the business lor which the extra session was called. The Leoisi.atvrk. The House was oc cupied the whole of last week in ballotting for a Speaker. We do not think the ballot ings of sufficient interest to publish them. "f" We have received a letter from a Jef- t'prenn falsi enrres nonlipid . cnv-itur the. nt'n- j- r .l tj r- -j i c . He will do it. it thev are presented to him. (eedincs ot t ic House on r riday ami sat-, . ,u .1 1 B 3 j just so s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 9 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1852. "Fuss and Feather," Tune "(Nil Dan Tucker." At Lundy's Lane tlx- person tail Of Scott seen tow 'ing 'hove thciii all, Afforded a conspicuous mark For British balls aimed at the heart. Hurrah for Scott the hero famed! Hurrah for Scott the hero famed! Hurrah for Scott the hero famed! The hero "Fuss ami Feathers" uaiu'd! Tho' two fine hOMM under Scott Were shot and killed, ho fainted not, When shot himself on side and shoulder, It only made the bent bidder. Hinrah for Scott, kc. The favorite plume well deck'd and high, Arid quite conspicuous to the eye, On Scott, the tallest of the tall, Wa stricken off by Hiitish Hall. Hurrah Tor Scott. kc Twice shot himself two horses dead His plume knock'd off hi rushed ahead, So fiercely that John Bull, the pussy, Alarmed, though! Scot a little fussy. Hurrah for Scott, kc Our hrro rushed his men to lead, Against our foes with daring speed, Until he saw the battle gained; Then Scott they -'F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 September 1852

file t kip VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, ls52. NO. 29. TALLY x MATTHEWS. CABINET MAKERS. Water Street, Glasgow. Win. make to order, in (he neatest and most fashionable style, ami from the best materials all kinds of Fubnituhk. Particular attention paid to makini: Comm. Also Patent Malic (ffini kept constantly on band. fay Shop second door above the Post Office. September '2. lH.ri2. CARD. DOCTORS' VAVOHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, &.C Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAGE, DIALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DEY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Hals, Caps, Hard and Qaeensware, Sails, tfC.t WATER BTBEK.T, GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at law, Linneus, Linn County, Mo. WILL continue the practice of the Law. in Linn and the adjoining counties. All nasi- j tiess entrusted to his care Will receive prompt at tention. April .1, 1851. LOGAN D. DAMERON,- DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 September 1852

iuMm.'iiwi.uii in ii mi i i linn." GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1852. T H E 1 M r i 1 L M h 3 ik to FOR PRESIDENT, WX3?IELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY, rort vick president. WM. A. GRAHAM, OK NORTH CAROLINA. Whig CandWn'os for Presidential Electors. Alii 1ST ELECTION 1862, Cflicial Returns from Secretary's Office. Tli-- following is Ilic )fnoll vote of tlic Stall for Governor am! Lieut. Governor. Vfe hrlinve it includes all the counties ex- copt Reynolds, tlir OflUWI vote of which lias not been received : 1st I). 21 3d 4th " rth (iih " 7th " Sth " nth - -Jelfcrson F. J ones, of Callow ay j The. L. Anderson, of Marion) I. N. Brovvr. of Macon; W. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan; Chas. H. Gibson, of St. Louis; Robt.A.Hatcher. of Now Madrid; D. K. Ferryman, of Washington; Bcnj. Tompkins, of Cooper) John ?. Waddefl, of Qreen. COUNTIES. Cnvrm'r. ' 1 ! g Lt. Oor. I I St I M 5 fi CITY OF GLASGOW Adair, " -Alchison, Andrew, -Audrain, Benton.) Mates, Bollinger, -Hutlcr, -lloonc, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 16, ISM. THE TIMES. Noricr.. Advertisements, ornmunica tions, obituaries, &c, not handed in on Wednesday morning will not be inserted Until the following week. Steamer Timour. This elegant, and light draught steamer has taken the place of the packet Martha Jewett, and will make regular weekly trips from St. Louis to Brunswick, until the close of navigation. We commend the Timour and her gentlemanly officers to the shipping arid travelling community as one of the best boats in the Missouri river. Sec adver tisement. 2jScc advertisement in to-day's paper of John Chamdebi.ain. His jewelry is beautiful, and worthy an examination, at least, from those wishing to purchase. Contract for Hogs. We were inform ed this morning, says the St. Louis News of the !Jth, of several contracts for hogs for future delivery. One lot of 500 head, 200 pounds net and over, t $5 per 100 pounds. Several other hits have been bargained fcr within the past fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 16 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1852. The Launch of the Schooner General Scott at Chicago. beautiful new schooner, named the Gen. Scott, was launched at Chicago, on Thursday evening last, amid the mort tre mendous singing and cheering that was ever heard in that city. She is to be com manded by by Captain Watts, who was ad dressed on the occasion, by S. Lisle Smith. The following song ol welcome was com posed for the occasion, and sung by the Glee Club, after the gallant craft had slid from the ways into the water ! A good Scott ship and a brave Scott crew, Tally hi hot you know ; O'er the bright blue wave like a sea-bird flew. Singing, hey! aloft anil alow! Her sails are spread and at In r mast-head The name of Scott is fly intr: And sailors, you know, aloft and alow. Will have harbors, nor taint in trying. A good Scott ship and a brave Scott crew, Tally hi hoi you know; Or the bright blue wave? like a sea-bird flew, Singing hey! aloft and alow ! A good Scott ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 September 1852

w g t kip VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1852. NO. 30. t & MATTHKW8, a fk CABINET MAKERS. Ysk Ml Water Street, Glasgow. ' I 1 Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kind9 of Furniture. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on hand. fry Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 1852. CAKD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, fcC., &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. SAVAGE; DIALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, lists, Cips, Hard and Qaecnsware, Kailt, Ifc., "WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneui, Linn County, Ho. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ness entrusted to bia care will receive prompt at tention. April 3, 1851. LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEALER IN Foreign ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1852. T II J CI I' II I FOR PRESIDENT, WIOTIELD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. i on VICE PRESIDENT. WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates fot Presidential Electors. 1st Dis. Jefferson F. Jones, of Calloway; 2d " Thos. 1. Anderson. of Marion; 3d " J. N. BrOWD, of Macon; 4th " W. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan: 5th " Chat. B. Gibson, of St. Louis: Gth " Roht. A. Hatcher, of New Madrid; 7th " D. E. Perry man, of Washington; Sth " Bcnj. Tompkins, of Cooper; 9th " John S. Waddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, September 23, 1852 Glasgow Scott and Graham Cltb. This club will hold its next meeting on Sat urday evening, the 25lh inst., in the base ment room of tiic old Methodist Church, at 7 o'clock, and we earnestly invite all who feel an interest in the Presidential election, to meet at the place and time above mentioned. That Letter! We have just had an opportunity of pe rusing a document, addressed a few dayi ago bv Gen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1852. THE TIMES. Monr. Richmond? is Tnr. Field. The telegrnph advises us of the nomination of Gov. Geo. M. Tnour, of Georgia, for the Presidency, and Gen. Quitman, of Missis sippi, for the Vice Presidency. Troup was once a distinguished politician of Georgia, but in late has not been much heard of. Quitman was a fighting, not a fainting, Gen eral in Mexico, and is in every respect more deserving of the Presidency than Pierce, if canncitv or military services are to be re- r garded. They are the nominees of a States Rights' Convention in Alabama. Possibly, their action may be followed up in the Mis tissippi, South Carolina and Georgia, by the nomination of Electoral tickets. A Sign in Pennsylvania. The Phila delphia Inquirer says that a Meeting of Democrats, who huve never voted a Whig ticket, but who now go for Scott and Gra ham, was held in Hellam township. York county, on Saturday, on the 21st ult. One hundred and twenty Democr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1852. WAIT TILL NOVEMBER. Tuhe " Wait for the Wagon." The Loeofoco party, boys, Are crow ing mighty fierce, Si rue they have nominate J Their "last man" General Pierce. They jay he'll he elected In eighteen fifty-two, And march into the White House, Hut that he will not do. Chorus Wait till November, Wait till November, Wait till November, And they'll all turn blue! The Whigs have settled on a choice, The people will approve, Old Scott and Graham are the hoys To make this nation move. The Locos My they'll floor them In eighteen fifty-two And march into the White House, lint that they'll never do. Wait till November, Wait till November, Wait till November, And they'll all turn blue! Oh, come along, my gallant boys, We'll shout a loud hurrah, As we introduce our champion, The brave old Chippewa. The Locos think they'll heat him In eighteen fifty-two, And march into the White House , But that they cannot do. Wait till November, Wait...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 September 1852

JJ 1 1 kip . . . . ... . . . . VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, I S-32. NO -51. a TALLY S. MATT HEW I, CABINET MAKERS. 1" It'dfcr fltntt Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kinds of Furniture. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Metalic Coffint kept constantly on hand. tftP Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 1852. CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &C, &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. fcTHK 7 n m r if i F. A. MIK.r. DBALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, IaUt Caps, Hard ami Qtieensirarc, Nailt,&;c.t WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARD MAN, Attorney at Law, Linneus, Linn County, Mo. ILL continue the practice of the Law. in -KT VV Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi uet ent tea tion. MM entrusted to. his care will receive prompt at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 September 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1852. THE TIMES. FOR PRESIDENT, WINPIELD SCOTT: OK NEW JERSEY. FOR vice PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates for Presidential Electors. lit Di. Jefferson F. Jones, of Cnllowny; 2i " Tlios. L. Anderson, of Marion; 3d ' I. N. Browr. of Macon: Ith ' W. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan; fih " Chas. B. Gibson, of St. Louis; 6th " Robt. A.Hateher, of New Madrid) 7th " D. E. PsrryroM, of Washington; '''h " Benj. Tompkins, of Cooper; 9lh " John S. Waddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, September 30, 1852. Glasgow Scott Club. An adjourned mcetimr of this Club will be held in the old Methodist Church. riet Saturday evening ut 7 o'clock. Dr. T. N. CocKrniLL. and other distinguished Whig peakeri will be pveient and address the Club. Dit. I. P. VAvoBAft, Prei't. Gen. John B. Clark and the Boone Conn- ty Democrats. We publish, to-day, for the benefit of all whom it may concern. Gen. Clark's prcmun cinmento. in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 September 1852

I GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1852. It THE TIMES. GLASGOW SCOTT CLUR This locicty was permanently organised on the 25th inst., by the election of n Pres ident, two Vice Presidents, Treasurer, Sec retary and Corresponding Secretary. Af ter organising it was resolved that the regu lar meetings of this Club be held every Monday evening at 7 o'clock previous to the November election, in the old Methodist Church. I. P. VAUGHAN, Pras't. Oscar Hawkins, Scc'y. JnfCol. Jos. Davis will address the Scott Club of this place, next Monday evening. October 4th., in the Old Methodist Church, at 7 o'clock. Whigs, attend! 2jTThe Legislature adjourned on the 21st inst., to the 2d Monday In December. The Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad bill passed both Houses. It cedes the land to the company to build the road, the State im posing a tax upon the property of the com pany and receiving two per cent, of its net profits of the road. The two houses failed to agree on the Pacifiic ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 September 1852

MMMNMi HI rill GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1852. 1 Scott Leads the Column Forward ! HY W. L. IIUBBKI.L. "Who leads the column?" Who but he Whose name is linked with victory! Who but the hero v. ho has won An hundred battles lotlBg none ! Who but the ChieFtain of two wan, Triumphant with tlie stripes Utd stars, Who, wounded, scorned the bitter; pain, And bleeding, charged the foe again. "Who leads the column?" Ask of those Who nobly met their Country! foes At Chippewa and Lundy's Lane, Nor met their country's foes in vain. Qo where Niagara's roar has vied With Battle's dark ensanguined tide, From San Ulloa's castled walls To Montezuma's princely halls. At Cerro Gordo's bristling pass, Or glorious charge at Contrcras, At ChtwblllfO'l awful fray, Chepultepec, or at Del Key, Or wherso'er our (lag hath won, And ask, "Who foremost led thcr?tu-'' "Who leads ihc column'" 'Tis not he Who fear's to meet the enemy, For many a daring hold advance Against the foeman's q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 October 1852

VOL. 13 CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1852. NO. 32. f TALLY & MATTIIKWS, Vk CABINET MAKERS. L I I Water Sired, Glasgow. T" Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all kinds of Furniture. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Metalic Cojfins kept constantly on hand. (J" Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 1802. CABDr DOCTORS' VAUGHAN & CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, &c, &c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. 8AVAE, DIALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Hull, Caps, Hard and Queenswure, Nails, c., WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Llnnens, Linn County, Mo. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ness entrusted to his care will receive prompt at tention. April 3, 18ol. LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic Dry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1852. THE TIMES FOR PRESIDENT, WiMFJEXiD SCOTT: OF NEW JERSEY. FOR Vict: PRESIDENT, WM. A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. Whig Candidates 'or Presidential Elector. 1 at Dis. Jefferson F. Jones, ol' Calloway; 2d " Thos. L. Anderson, of Marion; 3d " J. N. Brown, of Macon; 4th " W. A. Cunningham, of Buchanan Ml ' Chas. B Gibson, of 8t. Louis; 6th " Robt.A.(atcher, of New Madrid 7lh T). E. Ferryman, of Washington: 8th " BenJ. Tompkins, of Cooper; 9th " J6hn 8. Weddell, of Green. CITY OF GLASGOW. Thursday Morning, October 7, 1852. Meeting of the Scott Club. On last Monday evening, in pursuance of previous notice, the GlsSOOW Scott Club assembled at the Old Methodist church to listen to an address from Col. Jo Davis, in response to an invitation heretofore given at a lormer meeting. the dinner. The Col. delivered an able address, and I Resolved, 4. That the Corresponding forcibly contrasted the merits of the two op- Committee shall fix and ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1852. THE TIMES. 23Dr. Tno8. N. Cockciull will deliv er an address Wore the. Scott Club of this place, next Monday evening in the old Methodist Church. The Ladici are invited to attend. 0Ghaham g Magazine, for October has j been received, and fully sustains the former i character of the work. The engravings are I beautiful and the reading matter excellent. 2jTGonry's Lady's Book for October, is on our table. To such of our friends as wish to subscribe for a work of this kind, we recommend (he Lady's Book. The New Postage Law. This law went into operation on the 1st of the present month. The postage on the Times at any post office out of the coun ty, within the State, will be as follows: If prepaid at the office to which the paper assent, the postage will be 13 cents per year, not prepaid, m cents. Will I he postmasters at the different offices, call at tention to this matter ? Sao Visitation. Vc learn from the Brunswicker that Judge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 October 1852

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1852. To a Oirl of Thirteen. !- Y WM. SIDNEY WALKER. Thv steps are (lancing toward the bound Between ttie child and woman; And thoughts and feelings more profound, And other years are coming: And thou shalt he more deeply fair, More precious to the hcartj But never canst thou be again That lovely thing thou art. And youth ihall pass, with all the brood Of fancy-fed affection; And grief shall come with womanhood, Anil waken cold reflection; Thou'lt learn to toil, and watch and weep O'er pleasures unreturning, Like one who wake from pleasant sleep Unto the cares of morning. Nay, say not so! nor cloud the sun Of joyous expectation, Ordained to bless the little one, The freshling of creation! Nor doubt that He, who thus doth feed Herearly lamp with gladness, Will be her present help in need, Her comforter in sadness. Smile on, then, little winsome thing! All rich in Nature's treasure; Thou hast within thy heart a spring Of self-renewing...

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