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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK. TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED Evr*Y MORNINC, At 160 fftu*aM-sL, (opposite tke City Hall,) Ifew- Fork, AbA *ieli?ere<l to Ciiy Subscrilicrs for iVW Cmtj per week. Siurjle copies Tks? Cents Mail Subscribers, |5 per annum, iu advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond tbe time for wbich it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS Or ADVEaTlSISC: TEN lines or less, (over six.) first insertion.... 60 Cents. " M for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? u forrf?r insertions, or one week.$1 50 " ? M for tzventy-five insertions. 5 00 ? Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, [teligions and f uuerai Nutioes, not exceeding five lines. 25 cents. TT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a verv large pr,pcr, for Ike Country, is published every Saturday momui", at the low price ol %l per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. SLiteranj Notices. Pleasaitt Mr.Motas or Pleasant Lands: By L. H. Sio oeaisEV. (I vol. 12rno. pp. 3G'J.) Boston: James Mun rae at Co. In typographical beau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, 10, 1343. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or caserne* r. D* Ce??r?I Clay Committee.?A regul?r meet is* of tbe Central Clay Committee will be beld at Nation a!'Hall,on Wednesday Evening, Uih just., a: J past*?*en o'clock. Bv order, JA.S. S. UEYSiOUSS, Chairman. Joh* T- Dowt, ? smmrux, ... D. A???TI5 MinR,J u _ 2tjl0 irjr Tax Whis Almanac asp Putted Se.ate? Regis m tor the year 1843 may be obtained at thisomee in wrappers ready tor mailing. Price 12J cent* Postmaster* and others reruittiag one dollar will receive 12 capita by mail. IM _ s-T Persons wjmmg to purchase the new ebeap pub?r? ofu^SyTw"find them ail at the pabhcatk? offiee o7^T%n?No. 180 Nassau-street, opposite the City H*U- ________ IT For a notice with extract * from Af>?. Sigiurneifs new j Book-Notice cf Mr. Scolari Lecture-" The Children of | rt? AfisT?aad News from Mexico and Europe, See First ET For an able argument by Sylvester Orsnaro on the Yuniehnent t>f Death, See L*'l P??f. The Wnse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 January 1843

hu a largely increased majority in ihe several Counties heard from, over his opponent, and is probably elected by a large majority. I cannot give jou particulars to-night. Youns_Manhattan". Congressional Election in Georgia.?Ac? cording to t'ne returns of the Congressional Elec? tion in Georgia, Crawford has in 8 Counties 3222 votes, and McDougald 1222. Tkingn in I'h?ndelphin. Correspondence of The Tribune. PtUX.jpeLrBtA, Jan. 9, 1843-P. M. The intelligence from llarrisburg to-day indicates a storm of a very unpleasant nature to die Loco Poco party. The cry of ??Treason" Whs already been raised, and from tbe efforts making Is defeat tLe re election of Buchanan to morrow by the friends of Gov. Porter, all eyes are turned tow-trdi lbs Capital. Tim election of Iliggins, as CUtk oi tire Senate, in oppssition to the Caucus candidate, at once threw the party Into confur.ion. A grand row ol wo-i!, fo! lowed, and thus the matter stard?. TL? re art no less than twenty-.'cur nominations for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 January 1843

T**?iTiBelaw m regard to Tallin* We. Tar Philoso?<it or Sacred Hittohv: With Referr?c to ?h<> Authority of Ibe B ^^f^fta toff Wrib, Drinking Win*. ?e. f*^? Human <<k At! am. Author of7 Lecture* ontbe ?gffi^ho ?tir LKe.' No. IL.pp.3i2, lAso. Sew-To* ? John *n. Oh, 09 Cl>aait>er?-?t:eeL Price W The profoundness of research, the philosophic and religious spirit manifested throughout this work, with the high importance of die topic* it disca?ees, will, we cannot doubt, commend it to the approbation and study of the thoughtful few? for the thoughtless many it possesses few attrac? tions. But for the investigating and earnest who deeply reverence the teachings of Divine Reveh tion without discarding or contemning that tofty Reason which has enabled tbewn to distinguish it from the pretended and irrational revelations by which the world has for ages been distracted, this work has enduring attractions, as it will enable them to sec clearly what they before 'conceived di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 January 1843

the new-york tribune IS TVtLWtZD KvrttV MoRKINC, Jl 1? (ivycritt the City Hall,) Xcto-Yorlc, i ,t,i,.ered u? City Subscribers for .Nine C'?t* per week. *5Su copies TW Cents Mail Subscribers, |5 per at? in advance; aad the paper in no case continued Saeodtbe time for v.hich it is paid. Subscriptions ai.cn for Six Months. *** tcrms or advertising: tines or Jess,(over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. *? 44 for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? ?* for n* insertions, or one week.$150 " u u for ttenty-five insertions. 5 00 " . ?irertistments at equally favorable rates. Ijgr?ge*, Religious and * nneral Notices, not exceeding L,& THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, the Couctry, ? published every Saturday morning, at jjj'loa, price of ?2 per annum, in advance. "the tribune. 3Lttetaru Xottces. r''f Quarterly RtviEw for January. IE 13. Ed? ited hy Gr.ot<ss Peck, D D. Vol. xxv., vol. 3. New York: George Lane, 2>>0Mulberry-st. Wc rarely fail to find in this well-established Q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY^* FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OY cejctockt. TT Central Clay ^ommkwe'-AT^rm^ las o( lh? Central Clay Comaann- will be held at Nation? al Hall, od We-mesday Evtmi.g. ?*h ??-.?Vpast seven o'clock. 3y order, JAS- N. rtEiNOLDS, Chairman. Joan T. Douge, < Srtrettries. o, jin D. Autim Mm*,)_ *lJlw 3ZT 'fur Whig Almawac aho (JMITKO Srate* Regis? ter for the year 18-13 may be obtained at tbis office in wrappers ready lor mading. Price 12j cents. PoTirnasters and others remitting one dollar will receive 12 copies by mail. _ ZT Persons wishing to purchase the new **^JZ*%* tk-nsot the day, will find Them all at the .?Jt^ of the Tribune, No. 160 Nsusau-saeei, opposite tbe H?ih m ET We are indebted to Hon- CHnisTOMSR Mokga* Hon. WlLLMM PLAUE anrl Hon. A. u. Li**, of the Hoa-* of Repre^ntatires, for ra'cajde Pnbuc Docamentt. TT We are indebted lo the Kxpres* nf Adams fc Co- for Eastern papers, and ofPosrnaov it Co. for slips frort th Albany Evening Journal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 January 1843

BY THIS MORNING'S MAIL. BjT No Mail this morning from South of Phila? delphia. Thing? in Pbiladclphia? Coriespondence ?f the N. Y. Tribune. Philadelphia, Jan. 10, P >!. for the last tweiv- months there have been frequent out? break? among the weavers inhabiting the several district* comprising; die County of Philadelphia, and upon several occasion* serious murages were committed. Tbe Souih we*tcrn pin of tbe city and Moyamensing were. made tbe scene of another tomuit yesterday afternoon, by large bodies of these disaffected men, who, ior a time, threatened tneperpe'-ratiot; of a seiic* oi outrages irigbuui to contem? plate. A number ot their pre-fesston, however, w ere grossly lttacked and abused; ami but for tbe prompt interterence of oor worthy Mayor, it is difficult, to imagine where m*t t-r? would have lermiaated. Tiiis morning ail is quiet. A stormy day this at Harrisbnrg I All ears arc anxiously awaiting to hear the resultof the Senatorial election. Many doubt the ?uccess e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 January 1843

J*-ora' The Dia!? for January. It ?? ? aIM* glittering cloud. Born in the eariy light of day, It I'"e? '?P071 tD? gen*!" hills, Rosy, and sweet, and far away. It burns again when noon is high; Like molten gold 'tis clothed in light, 'T is beautiful and glad as love,? A joyous, sonlentrancing sight But new 'tis fading in the West, On the flowering heaven a withered leaf, v Ab faint as shadow on the grass Thrown by a gleam of moonshine brief. So life is bern, grows up, and dies. As cloud upon the world of light; It comes in joy, and muves in love, Then,?gently fades away in night. For The Tribune. The Sterner* ^Intiny-Captain Mackenzie defended. Messrs. Editors : No one can too highly com? mend the course of Capt. MxcKZBZtX and his friends, in abstaining from all attempt* to preju? dice the public mind, through the medium of the Press, pending the present exciting examination. But while decency would seem to require the same forbearance should be extended to him, the public feeling ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS It*BUSHED CVrtiV MORNI?C, At 160 Fatusu-sL, (opposite Ike C ity Hall,) AVnv York, ka>\ delivered ?City Subscribers for Atn? Cent* per week. ^Single copies IW Cents Blail Subscribers $5 per aaaum. in advance; and ibe paper in no case continued beyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING: TEN lines or less, (over sis,) first insertion.... 50 Outs. ?? " for each xubsequent insertion. 25 M ? ? for six insertions, or one week.fl 50 " u " for tvxnty-five insertions..... 5 00 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Fnneral Notioes, not exceeding | gvclin^.K rents. | The above engraving accurately represents the t Sheis a beautilulctaftof 266 tons measurement, tho She i* a very swift sailer, and is pierced for 14 gui; foremast are each 21 inches in diameter at the dec are as follows: Mainmast.60 from deck. Main topmast.36 Maintop-gaUant-ma3t.13 3 inches. Main royal top-gallant-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY* MORNING, JANUARY 12,1343. FOR FRESWEflT, HENRY CLAY, or EBirrocnT. TT General Commit lee of Democratic Whig Young SIku for 1S4'I-?An adjourned mecung oi this CwnmiUee will be beio at the Broadway House, on Friday Evening, the 13th of January, at 7 o'clock, at which titne there whl be an election for officer, ibr tbe easutag year. By order, GKOKGK KOWLAND, Chairman pro tern. Famcel, D. JaCKso*. > K?creiarirsi r>r.-> tpm. Charles K. Taylor, < ^gc-etan^ PW tern. jJ2 ET The Wmc Almawac a?d U*it_d 5rates Regis? ter for the year 1% 1,1 may be obtained at this office in wrappers ready lor mailing. Price 12J cents. Postmasters and others remitting one dollar will receive 1- capias by mad. TT The Editor of the Tribune is compelled again to en. treat all who would K-e him personally in his cffice to .call be? tween the hours of 8 and 9 A. M. or 5 and 6 P. M. unit-ss tbe moot imperative necessity dictate a diflereot hour. If tbia notice be disregarded, be wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 January 1843

ainiif;ohn Tyler, to report to the House the te* ticrvay taleo to establish them, with their opinion ^thcftia said John Tyler ha? acted in auch njesn?rai te require the interposition of the Con (ntution!l power of the House?tho Committee to ia?epo?er to send for persons and papers. Mr- Cave Johnson moved to lay the whole suV Jtonibe table, Yens 101. Nays 119. Mr- Hays or, stating that the subject would be open for debate upon the report of the Committee, jjjovcdtio previous question ; seconded. The min question was ordered?Yeas 122, .Nay* 90 Mr- CjtDKRWoo? moved to reconsider the vote jot the previous question ; negatived without a division. Mr. Granger, at his request, was excused from voting; Yeas HI, Nays 91. Xhs main question was then taken, and the re? tention of Air. Botu was rejected; Yeas 33, Sajs 127. The motion to print Mr. Hllmore's report on IDr Exchequer was taken up, and the debate on that subject was continued from yesterday by Mr. PBOTFIT in a " Guard" speech, which ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 January 1843

HE TRIBUNE. Jjr. Bott?*m Article*! of Impfa-??1/"1 Pf? J_xeheqaer-<>rrgo?i Territory, Cw re?poutfeuc? of Tbe Tntmce. Washi-isto*, JrtW 9; la the House or IUrJl?**T*?rM today, on motion of Mr. ?klOOS, ? resolution was AfloinB ior the allowance fron the commencement o the ?eaaion cf the pay of such Member, ? ^ d?r mpecrire bon^. i? ?^on for arrivalattbattnne, Jbut w?rc detained by accident, storms, &C. Mr. Borrs *r"? ??ftre <a? t>**rr*? he should 0rtugMv:ard,ncco^ to ^ ?? f tiessio*. articles oj impeachment oj the I res i Mr Fjllmoke, from the Committee of W ay* and Mean*, W whom was referred the president - plan of Exchequer, made a report, accompanied by a unaiumou* resolution of the Committee that the plan ought not to be adopted. The report is an elaborate and ublo investigation of the subject of the Currency. ur.d will be read with mucu in terest. , ,, Mr. AthiBTOK, from tbe some Commutee, on behalf of the minority, reported an amendment to the resolution W add in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE II rUBUSHKD Kvrvv MoBJfixn, At \df> yattmm-tt, fappoiUe Ike Oity 'fall,) y^m- Vori la* delivered id Cl v Some Ihen lor AW (Jenti p*r week Sittel?" copies 7Vm Com Mail S?Iim ritxTS, $5 per anpciti. !? advance; am! ibe parw r pi no cawr?nt nued beyond tte tim" for which it i? pc,U. Hubacriptiora taken lor Sit Month*. terms op aovertmim?; TEN bne* or le.s,(0ver ibxj first insmlan.... 50 Cent*. ? " for rneb ??bwfpient iriMTtion. 25 " * u for tve insertions, or on?- wn-i.|j ^ ? ?' *t (or rrwoi/ir/ire insertion*. 500 ? Lonrer AJveruatttteots at? q_ualiv favwrabh rates. Mania.--*. Religious and h uueral No?oea, oot exceeding flve BSCS, 2*> cents. ^* 2_r THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p-r^r for tUe Cou&trv, H published every Saturday morningai ihr low ppeeoff2 per annum, in n.lvance. lUbirto. Tnt Ptosrfcxa, A J.iterar v tsu ( RITICaL Macaziik. J R. Lo?rxu?nd j!. Carter. Bditon und Proprietor*.? January, I8<a Sol I. No 1. Boston: LcUn 1 it Wuttlng. New-Yor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 13, 1343. FOR PRE SWEAT, HENRY CLAY, ot kektock7. jrj- Thk Whic Almanac and Uhited Sratej Regis ?i? for the ve3U" 1S43 may be obtained at this office in snippers reedy lor mailing. Price 12} cents. Postmasters and others remitting one dollar will receive 12 copies by snail- _ m_ D* (reneral Committee of Democratic Whig ITonoz .Tien for 1S43.?An adjourned meetin"oi this Committee will be nei?i at the Broad wav Hons-, on rriday Evening, tbe 13th of January, at . ??clock, at which time there wid be an election for officers for the easaiag ye?r. By order, GKOKOE ROWLAND, Chairman pro tem. Samctx D JACKsorf, I secretaries pro tern. ils Chiles K. Tatlor, \ _ J" fXT Tbe Editor of the Tribune is compelled again to cn rr?r all who woald see him personally in his office to call be? tween the hours of 3 and 3 A. if. or 5 and C P. M. unless tbe nor. imperative necessity dictate a different hour, if this notice be disregarded, he will be compelled to abandon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 January 1843

Cater from Yucatan.?Daten to the2lntulf.. been received from Campeachy at New-Or * jeans. We copy the following intelligence from 1 tbe Bulletin: Up to the 19th nothing decisive had been done either of the belligerent*. The Mexicans were ?tili in possession of the heights in the rear of the jity, which they had fortified ; and transported thence some of the heavy cannon frem the Guada loupe. From these shells had bfen thrown, some of which entered the rity and did trifling damage in horning a few shanties. On the 17th a sortie was made by the besieged. A column 1300 strong made an attack on the Mexican position at Lerma, distance about three leagues from the city walls. The enemy, having received intelligence of the movement, made ready resistance, and ose of the ?teamers having taken a position that enabled her to bear upon the assailants with her guns, the Cam peacheanos retired without any success, after the loss of three or four men. The Mexican? are receiving reinforcements fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 January 1843

Zty gri?nl In H?rn. rr r. i. m reasoa. The sapphire walls of Paradise Flashed back the golden sun, Whose third diarnal jonrcey o'er, Proclaimed creation done; Toe murmurs of Euphrates' wave Sent up a sweet faroweil, As over Natore's infant life The wand of slumber fell. That day the princely king of man? Gieat master-work of God? Through Eden's groves, as lord of all, In matchless beauty trod ; Before the glancing of his eye The haughty lion quailed, And sportive iife in every form Its godiike master hailed. Now, pensive, by the Tree of Life He watched the dying day, His locks of gold in wantonness Waved to the zephyr's play? in pairs toe birds had soughl the boughs, In pairs the beasts had gone To slumber by the babbling stream? Man only was alone. Alone ! alone !?the glittering stars In pairs appeared to move ; The Moon threw down in modest glow The Sun's warm glance of love; The weaker rose blushed rosy red Beside the stronger white, And moisy Day a partner found In sombre, silen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS rtJBLISHED EVrtV WoaNUJB, At 1CT Hasm-tU. (oppotUt tie City Hall,) New- Teri, * Havered u? CitV Subscribers Ibr Xi?e Cents per week, ?sin-le copies IV? Cents Mail Subscribers, *>5 per ?L-nusi. id advance; ami ibe paper in do case continued beyond ibe lime for which il is paid. Subscription* taken for Six Months. TERMS Of ADVERTISING I TRN lines or less, (over six.) first insertion.... 50 Cents. * " fcreach ?nby*rjrlent in?ertion. 25 ** u i> iot sis insertions, or one week.(1 r* " ? n for tvxnty-five insertions. ? 00 " i nzer Mvprlisttnent* at equally favorable rates. *V?rriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, tot exceeding fr- lines. 23 cents tr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very largp p.-per, (oTibe Country, w pobbshed every Saturday morning, at 1 Uie lo* price of >2 per annum, m advance. Serening x>?emire? xzn?t Entertainmcnti in Baeioa-TcnaperREce-Elrcliou Kennen. Corrcpondence of The Tribune. Roston, Jaa. 9.1313. Do you ever cast your eye upon the lon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 January 1843

THE TRIB?NE SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, J843 FOR FRE.HWK.yT, HENRY CLAY, 07 x??TUCKV.____._. CT The Whig Almsssca*t>V*rua S?xtes Rr.ciis tm for the y^r 1843 ??? ** <>**iued al ,!t!s ,r' wrapper. re?fy lor ?? Trice :2i cenL, Postmasters >?d others remiilhV one ttotl.r will receive 12 copies by malL ?-~ TT The Editor of the Tribune is compelled again to ss> rr?.f all who would see him personally inbisoffici to rail be t weeo tbe boors of 3 and 3 A. M. or 5 and G P. M. units* the r 0ft taperz?re necessity dictate a different bour. II this notKte be disregarded, he will be compe'led to abandon bis ?fnee and seek ebewh*re a cbance for an hour's uninter? rupted devotion lo his daily duties. All note* left for linn In Ibe Publication Olfice are promptly attended lo. TT Copies of Thursday '? paper, containing a beautiful JSnrraving of the Brig-of-war Somers-tbe famous Pro rnmnv- ofSpe&cer in Ibe Creek characters, as in the origi? nal, and Engraved Vie?s of li.e Spar an....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 January 1843

fjefeDce of their country against the peifidious Nottb American*, ihe declared enemies of Mexico, who had tuken possession of Monterey with f-ur ifaip? ?f war and eight hundred men; and, with thai view, to join forces at Angeles, by whuse bravery be doubted not that he should triumph and ,ecure additional glory to the Mexican nation. On the dav after the date of these orders, the Governor received Commodore Jones' letter, in answer to which, he sent a series of propositions for the sct lerr.eat of such of the d fficukies as might be ar? ranged there, leaving the question of ihe seizure to be di.cussed between the two Governments.? Commodore Jones, in his reply, dated tho Ut of November, endeavored, as far as possible, to soothe and conciliate the excited feelings of the. Mexicans; a&d expressed his readiness lo meet Governor Michelwreno at Sunta Barbara, without delay to confer with him on his propositions. Things remained in this state on the 19th of November, when the vessel w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 January 1843

BY iXWXP Mr good blade carves the ca*q>i? of men, My tough lance tbrusteth sure, My strength is as the strength of ten, Because my heart is pure. The shattering trumpet sbnlJeth nigh, The hard brands shiver on the steel, Tbesplintered ,pear-shafts crack and fly, The horse and rider reel. They reel, tbey roll in clanging lists, And when the tide ol' combat stands, Perfume and flowers fall in showers, That lightly rain from ladies, bands. How sweet are looks that ladioa' bend On whom their favors fall! For them I battle to the end, | To save from shame and thrall; But all my heart is draw a above. My knees are bowed in crypt and shrine? I never felt the kiss ot love, Nor maiden's hand in mine. More beauteous aspects on mebeum, Me mightier transports move and thrill; Se keep I fain through faith and prayer. A virgin heart tn work and will. When down the stormy crescent goes, A light before me swims, Between dark stems the forest glows, I hear a noise of hymns; Then by some secret sh...

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