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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TR?NE It published every morn in sr. it No. 30 Ann ?tr.-'-t. New-York, and delivered to Gitv Subscribers for ONE CENT per cor>j. >:wii Subscril -r-. S-t per annum in advance, and tfie paper in no case continued beyond the ?me for Which i 'is paid. Scbscrintibns taken tor Six Months TTtnt oj wQdtxrtzsinp._F?r rcc/i J3dv?ftist*vcnt of TEN lines or ls-v (over six;, rir't insertion.. 5?cts .to. for each snbseqn?nt insertion. $5 " ? !i> for SIX in*ertb ns ? rca' ???!;-"? I ?><> do. for T WENT Y-FlVK insertions.... 3 OO Longer Advertisoments ut equally f-iroraale rates M*rnnv>-?, ReJigi iu - nod Funeral Notices, not exceed }Li)f five lines i*. ? ' ut*. {^Advertisements when ordere.j to to be conlmued on tri? inside arter the Hrst in ertion will he subjKt to ike same chartf" as on their first appearance?payable tn all cases in advance. ?rj*- The WF.ftKLY TRIBUNE, a very large papor for th* Cotntry, is published every Saturday morn i,g, ht the low jjncebf p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 January 1842

T 8 E T R I !i ? X E ? WF.DNESDATf' MuRMNG, JANUARY 5; 1842, Da- Larhnck's Lectures?A few cophsof No. 14 of the Week y i rihune, containing tae Fifth and tsixth Lec? tures of ^e^.-i.' terits. -ire still tor sale at this office. At .-o. No. 15, w?iica coulaio* the Iak Lecture of the first se? ries ace1 the Jir?: Lecture of the ?rcond se'ie?. AUo. No 16. which contains the necond and third L^ctcr^i* ?f the second sjries. The Weekly of Saturday next will coo tain two or three, if _0j H\] the remaining oco- of th'* .-Gu:?e. Ps.Tfon* applying early for No. l.r> and 16 will thus te able to obtain it - vecoa'1 series complete. l'ric- 6j conti a Duatber, or about 3 cent* a L'ctnre. " CT VVe received our copies of the Message from Albany at a little past tw? o'clock this morning by the lied Bird Line of Slates, Our thanks nre due to our Heads of the Eveoirf Journal for their attention. 3_T We received the Governor's AIessagi: by the first Express which rearhed this City last nuat, which w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 January 1842

dt rived from a reorganization oi th'-ir political I jnatitatione, and sustained by the favor of the Im? perial Government If. therefore, we would preserve the inestima? ble benefits id inland navigation which we now enjoy ; it we would >ov the treasury fr~m em? barrassment ; if we desire the eccconi plish men t < f the other public works ; if we would, in any I degree extend our inter.or communication* ; if would maiutain the public frith, prevent gen? eral distress, r-r^in our commercial pre? cedence and political influence, and guard against ir.e dismemberment of our territory, it is neces? sary to complete the enlargement of the Erie ca Dii throughout, and with all convenient diligence. The New-York and Erie railroad was at hr?t estimated to cost six millions of dollar** ; but the -u'nequent tdopti'm of a plan securing gr'-ater du? rability ?nd usefulness; will, with other causes, raise the oxpense to above nine million-. The Le? gislature, in 1336', appropriated to the im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 January 1842

THE PI X.SHMEXT OF DEATH. ?lr. Slilwell'ii Report. - [Continued.] ft we inquire, ?-nys Vattel, into 'he causes of hni in corruptions, we -..til find that they proceed from in- impunity of crimes, and not ''?'->'? ? the moderation punishments. By the e> i< i*?g oi penalties the springs of govern? or* ? ,-.r- weak, rted, the im initiation ?row3 accus torned to the severe a- w-j] as the milder punisn roents, a::i h-, trie fear o ' the latter diminishes, tt' ? ire -?>?!'. obii --d in even case, to have recourse >? . ? . Robberies on the highway hud grown c-mmon in tome countries. In order to rerovdj dibs evil they invented the puni->hmenr. of breaking i;..- **he--i, the terror ol which put a nop; for ? tt"/?7e to .hi* rni-chrevou, practice. Bot .soon after, robbei sen on the highway were become as - oiu/nor. an ever In Japan; says Kempler, almost all crime* are punished with death, and so tat from being amend ed .,r deterred thereby, th-y .ire hardened by the continual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN It published every morn i r. 2 S JO Vu street; New-York; snd.deiivcred *o 1 ! ? I for ONE CENT per copy. Mail S?i ?< r1 -.- - i . annum |h advance, and the paperin rio cuve contin:: boycud the time.for which i 1- paid *"uh?.ri ;?? taken for Six Months. T^tms nj JlAv<t:t\iu,-_Foi each jSd*?Ttinf**W aj TEN lines or lea? o\ iixy, first in-, lion . .*JOc !<- for each snbstV-nonl insertion. ... do for SIX Insertioa or. oh? ?-*.l.?1*1" 30 do for TWENTY FIA'E insertions. .. 5 041 Longoi Adrertisornchtf a? equally favorable 1 * * W.rna: .-.. KeJijricus and Funeral Notices, not excoad tug five liner >ir. cent*. ftrjr-Aiirertlsements whan ordered to to be continued on tn? inside after the tir*t Insertion will be subject U the same charge as on their fir-t appearance?payAbl? in all case* in advance. frj. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a rory large papoi fortooCountry,is published ever* Saturday morn iYtcelo'v price of >???< pf.r annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Tax .\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NF.W-YoKK, THURSDAY, J AN. 6, 1842. JZ>" ? P.1 vir.t. - us under some irritation to learn *k< we do u?l not ce communication* addressed ar. 1? answer, we would ?Tale lii?t of our torr trp?*dcn.U eiprttsl} o'/urr that ire shii-mkt not do to. More than on< hau said 10 u-, ' If my ?ujr g^monr are worth any ihiog. " use th*-iM a? yoa think be?t : hut do a't dreg- my ?igna " turc bfcfrre the pubic iaere'y to nay that my article i? " mistaken unsuitable, or untimely, or not wanted. " would rather infer t bisffom your silence." we gee j --rally -*v cothii g whr u we cannot report favorably oa ? commnuicatiuu s?nt us ; and we ars ofteH constrained t? d.eliue. or defer anich? that we would gladJy publish. ?Ooce f .r all, we would here earnestly request writer wnoseuaiuj short m?uu>cript. lo take copies, or a any rate poi a-k us to preserve and return ihem. Our ar | rancemeut- are not very perfect, and we ctou ^ W an hour UMUCoesafully in locking for what mgbt hay* t....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 January 1842

lawyer.'*? DiAtt.y....j?i.uar> <;, en. Common Pi eas. This Day?24,28 d.3. :6,33 3d 39, 40,4. . 4<. -14 iO, 31. Ciachri- Court.Tiiis/Day?32*15fl C1 ?3.6-2 10,3,03 6-J, ?;.r> (6 67, 5. 08, 69 70, "2.73, 64 73, 76. Cttp fittflligencc R.?P.>ri.-d forth.- .-V. w-Vork Tribune. u. s. ClK<7D7r COURT. VVf.ciNtbb'V, January 5. Before Judge* Thompton and Bet is. decisions Patrick M.'Cauk) v? Edwmd Curtis. Judgfinent fur plaintiff. Roheit Bucbhn&n r* Evan Gi.tfiih, Char; Rolfe and atherg. Judgement for piaiutiti. William H. Allou vi. Jona. Godfrey, Jr.. Hezs.kinli Da? vis et oh. Judgement for plaiatiil. witii leave to the de fondant to withdraw hi. de:n:trrer iU i pleal. Ja*. D. Beers rs. 'Anth. L. French. Motion made by defendant for a new trial denied. Stoamboat F-nny ads. Lewis Bite-* appelluut. Deciae of the District Court affiraied, with com*. AugoJtus Zerega ada.lthe U. States. Complainant's bill o'complaint dinnissej. W. Michael and Jas. Fuxcrofl n the ?ehr. Catheri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 January 1842

EXCELSIOR. toV HKNSV W. LONGFCLLOW. The sfcarie? of night were falling fast. As through an Alpine village passed A voutli who bore, 'mi*! snow and ice, A Lanner with the strange device. Excelsior! His brow was sad . his eye beneath, Flashed like a falchion from ita iheath ; An.1 like m wilver clarion rung "*" The accents of that unknown tongue, Excelsior! In happy homes he saw the light Of household fires p'leat:i warm and bright: Above, ihr- spectraf glacier* shone. And from his lips e-raped a groan, iL xcelaior! - Try not the Pass!" the old man said " Da'rk lowers the tempest overhead, _ The roaring torrent is deep and wide . And loud mat clarion voice replied Excelsior! i oh stay," the maiden said, " and rest Thy weary head upon this breast!" A tear ?to">d in Iiis bright blue eye, g,tt -t,!i lie answered, with a sigh. Excelsior! ?? Beware tri- pine tree's withered branch! Beware th<- awful avalanche !" This was the peasant's last good ni?ht, A voice replied, far up the bigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE ? % published every morning , at So 30 Ach itreet, New-York, and delivered to City Subscriben for ONK < ENT per copy. Midi Subscribers, $4 pel jj.ijub :n advance, aw! the p's; ? ~ in no led fcevo.vj ibt* tint*.-for which i iis paid SubscritJ?Ofii taken !ot Six Month*. 7Vr*u oj Jldntrtisiiifc_. r ? ? ? ? ? V 7? \ lines or less fov.-: six ?i .rlion.. ?Octii ?? for each subsequent iuscruoii.- -^** do. for SIX Insert ions, or or.e %?-.-k?i ?W .:o for TWE&'TY-FIVE ui?.-.rtlou?? 5 <M? Longer Advertisements at t-quailv favorable rat?? Marrtagvs, Religious >.nd Funeral Notices, not exceed? ing five linen *2.r> coht?. jv*. Ad vertJuem***** when ordered to to he continued ea th- insMe after the tit at insertion will be .subject to lQa same charge as on their first appearance?payable In all cMfi in advance. r^*- The WEEKLY TRIB?NX, a vary larg&pajor forthaCountry,is published every Saturday morn Kg, a* the low price of afj per annum, in advance. ~"the t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 January 1842

_TJi E TRIBUNE. i NEU-YUl-K, r Kil).\Y, ja.v 7. 1842. t#tLr Iii answer, lo the ir..j..itv . i'and several ??h*r corrcji w.: would bri.il/ ?t?te thai the ' ' r ? f ' Ol eur j:rtjn-r i? auch tfcat *e cannot pay for OriStaol Liiertrv ArttelcK, nor <-vea pub!i?h all that are i eeh ,r Acred u%, Wa must rrnke IxTLLLlCKHCE the paramount deratioi . and auy one who can send u? iMpurtant or iuterestics S ews curiitr than it would other ' rea< h usw ill be w?dl jiai-- lor his trouole. I>: Ci .ikk V r, utrauoicalion eu Poisonous Meat* wil almost cer.aial) appeal >u i-ur next. XT Tot a forcible article on the necessity of Ee ciprocal Duties, Railroad fr m New-York to Albany (via G-oshen,) Emigration to this Country, and a vari? ety of Wews Articles, see First Page. I T For Prof. Hitchcock's Lecture on the Wenders of Science before the New-York Lyceum, reported ex? pressly for Tlie Tribune, see Last Page. fCr" We entreat '-very readr.- to give careful herd to the iror/orturit facts an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 January 1842

*, '??*o ctntl?u of Vtirtiuj: V..R MORvL AM> INTCLLCCTUaL cultu The transactions of the Nie Ann'. .; Met litigol the ct,,te Association; render it a special ii ity of the offi errs to urje the formation of Local Societies where rvr-r none such are already rxiwent?au i to ah I ami locieiies in fanning Libraries and Cabinets of Mine? rals, arranging courses of Lectures, and promoting an interchange of Lecturers. ?V-.. wherever 'terired. In addition to the efforts privaiely made in turther 6r,.:e of lhisrimy.it is deemed proper to give this notice publicity'that young men in any quarter oi the Stated who wish to establish association* tor moral an I intellectual culture, may avail themselves, u they boose) of any assistance which can be rendered by the oficer? of the State Association. When it is known that several of the most flourish no institutions in the State originated in the efforts of vervfew individuals, it ia hoped that none will be discou.r^d from nicking ettorts in every...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 January 1842

For The .%'? ?* ? > ork Tribune. EROTIC K L K G I KS. ev clycts. No I .. .TO A K hl N ?. i HE FA Rt. WELL. FAREWELL, maiden! I have nightly Worshiped thee, my heart's dear star, O'i rr:y pathway beaming brightly? Vet how coldly !?from afar: In thv light, o'er Life's drear ocean Gallantly toy hark sped on ; Billow* heaved with wild commotion, But thy ray serenely shone. Farewell, faithless ! 0 how fondly I fiave loved, and love thee ?tili ! Though thine eye:, frown darkly on me. 1 can never wish theo ill: While wit;, hope my breast was glowing, Pain nor Sorrow could deject ; Hopes, like dowers greenly growing, Soon ar*- blighted by neglect. Farewell, dearest ! Welcome, Glory ! In the memory ol thy name; Cove lit ?res ?ball bum before me, Beaconing the path- to Fume; Io my dreams, with thee unite,!, Still I 11 luvt- in after days : Be it scorned, or be it slighted, True Affection ne'er deeavs. Prof. Ilildicock's Lecture. Repo rted for the N w \ ..rk Tribu n e. Prof. Hitchcock comme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE In published every morning, at No. 30 Aar. street, New-York, and delivered to Chy Subscriber for ONE < ENT per copy. Mail Subscriber*, f t pc: annum in advance, an.-i the paper in no case continue*: beyoiid tbe time for w hich i 'is paid. Subscription.' taken for Six Months, TVrvM of Advertising._For tuck Jl<lv*rt is'Vtrn; vf TEN lines or less (over six); first Insertion.. SOcti. Jo for each subsequent insertion. do. for SIX insertions, or one week-?-| 50 do. for TV/12NTY-FIVK insertion-- COO Longer Ad vertiseanonts at equally favorable ratsia Mtirriatte?. Ii?-Ji?riou* and Funeral Notices, not exceed jet" five lilies ii,*> Cent?. Advertisements when ordered to to be continued ta tn? in*H<b after the first inaction will be subject to the jarst- charge as or. their 5rst appearance?payable la ali cases in advance. f?. Tbe WEEKLY TRIBUNE; a very lart-?j pa j^r lor tbu Country, is published every Saturday rnorn ag, ?t the low price of $jj per annnni, in a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE, NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1842. CT We are indebted to the. Messrs. HaRNDESS for the receipt of Albany snd Bosten papers ye-terday in ad? vance of the Mail. TT We are indebted to Hon. JaMEi W. Williams for Md. for Public L)o:amenti. Also to Hon. W. W. Irwin of Peon. TT For a Report of Prof. Wools-y's Lecture on Plato and Platonism. Dr. Clark on Poisonous Meats, Disposition of U. S. Navy, The Veto Power, and Indi? ana Legislation, see First Page. TT Fer the Speech of Kon. Wm. W. Irwin of Pa. in Congress in defence of Protecting Duties, see Las Page. _._ A Remonstrance against the Repeal of the j Bankrupt Law bangs in our office for signatures, j Citizens of the United States who believe that | when the law has tak^u all a man's property it 1 ought to eive him liberty to earn bread for his fam? ily are earnestly requested to sign and eirculate these Remonstrances. Bear iti mind that a bank? RUPT Lav- abolishes no debts, (though the contrary has ofbm been untruly asser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 January 1842

IT Ab Adjourned meeting of the Democratic VVh'g General > onumitiee will be held on Tuesday Erea irr c<-.xt, the 11th ics: at"* o'cloclr, at t he Br*?dw?y. Hnu-e- ELLIS r?lTKR,Chuirw..:i/>rJ ?<?. J H. IUkaKT Haws > , ;,. ... ? secretaries aro tern. -s -,. WlLLUM Il'rser. ) r jc...31 CT t*ixte?-ulh Ward, Third DUtrict.? I'ursusnt to a call from tbo Ward Committee, tbo Demo wtfTic Whig Electors of the Third District, Sixteenth Wird, are requested to assemble ut Ha*l?*t?n>,Sixth A-.enu.-i and. Seventeenth street, oti Monday Evening ne.tt. JOtlt tust, at 7i o'clock, for tho purpose of re organiiicg lue District Committee for tho ensuing year. By order. C. ROWAN, j- it? Chairman of District Commitee. ET Firsl VTnrd?RAILROAD MEETING.?At ?: large aud respectable nieetinjr of citizen? of the First j Ward, held at iho Broad street House on the oth instant, ! for t*e purpr.*e of considering the importance of u speedy canpfctioa r-l"li?e New-York and Erie Railroad, J PHIL? LI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 January 1842

A SPORTING CLERGYMAN. THX Reverend Ichabod Beresfnrd. A e treasons fowler before the Lord. Left, at break of day, his rectory house, To beat to'aod fro, on tiie moor?, for grouse ; But as he went forth on so pious a mission, A fanatic person, of mean conditio:), Presumed to take him sharply to task About his gun and powder nasa ; Inquiring, with sly sarcastic tone, "Which one of all the apostles was known After such feathered game t? stray? A brushing the early dev-s away? Instead of reserving Iiis charge to level At that old ramping H?d, the d?1 1 " I own," quoth the Reverend Ichabod, "What yon'd say is true, but not at all oda: Thbae reverend gentlemen whoro.you Flourishes-poor souls-before the invention Of Dartfora powder, or patent caps . And that may account for the thing, perhapa. i3*u although neither you nor I have heard Or any apostle winging his bird, _ Yon '11 hardly deny, my gnm preciatan _ Those good old saints were famous for filming ; And I'll bet you a sporting rump ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE jg pnblished every morning, at No. 30 Ann - ftrect. New.York, anddeliverfed to Citj Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, W per annum in advance, and ike paper in no case continued beyond the time for w hich i is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Tnms of Advertising._For <cch Jti*sriu?*unl oj <SBN Uses or lew (over six}, ?rat ln?*-rtioa.. 50c:s do. for each subsequent insertion. do. for SIX insertions, or one w eek do. for TWENTY FlVK insertions- S OO Longer Adverti tementl at equally favorable rate*. Marriages; Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed Jos ?v? In.e* ;i5 cent''. rrg- Ad rertisements when ordered to to be continued ?n tn<* inside after the first insertion will be subject to me same charge as on their first appear&nc*-?{<*,/aMe in all cases in advance. {vj- TheWF.BKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper forth*iCountry,is published every Saturday main hg, bvtjhelow price of ijiii per annum, in advance THE TH i B UN E....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 January 1842

THE TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1342. XT We are indebted to Hon. C. G. FERRIS and Hon. H. Vax Rrnsslazb for Putd^c Document*. D- For Mr. McElrath's Report agaiast abolishing tat Punishment of Death, *ce Last Page. gy For abstracts of the several Documents accooa patyingtaeG-overnor's Message, relating to tha Salt Manufacture, the Silk Culture, the Lunatic Asylum, the Erie Railroad, and the St. Regis Indian*, see First Page. Also. Financial condition of Illinois, and a va? riety of Newa Items. _ S3" Tht Sun never oraits an opportunity to belte this paper. In its last, it asserts that the Courier bai patd sixty dollars toward the Express run down the Rtver with ibe Governor's Mss.age, and that no otherpoprr ha*paid a Cfnl ' All this is exactly the reverse of truth. That Ex? press was arranged ou oar order and our account, liiougk f0rthe benefit of all the morning paper*. The entirt \ stipulated csst of it tecs paid by ** the day of it* arrival here, and no other paper kus v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 January 1842

Grkat Fire at Detroit.?We learn by a slip from the office of the Daily Ar]vertier?or rather from the press, for the office is not?that the city of Detroit has been visited by a most sweeping conflagration. What was the most valuable squan in the town is in ashes. The fire broke out at about 10 o'clock on the night of Saturday, the lit : the following is a list of tho property destroyed, the total loss being about $100.000. The Ohio House block, in which the lire originated, wu.? wholiy consumed: loss $20.000. Ah adjacent wooden building was burned with a loss of $5,000 The brick building occupied by F. Raymond, whose goods were eared, Mr. Warren, whose los* was $7,000, and by the Advertiser office loss. $3,0GU?insured $4,500?was burned. The Rr piqter's office was saved. The building occupied br the Custom House, J. Palmer's dry goods store bnd A. S. Bagg'a bookstore and Free Prees office, was consumed. L?ss on the building $20,000? insured $0,000. The Free Press office had an in? su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 January 1842

- " For Tbc New-York Tribune EROTIC ELEGIES.No. II. TO STROPH.? ? Repining*. ? Wh.? tbeP-ioc-d-ear, ^**'^!Ff??. ,. or thou mayest die. Love is like the bo Mg ? dne?, zcmd; golden and delicious : but iu taste brings siauu ? Who that feel- what Love is here? All its falsehood, ail Us pain Would for e'en Elysium s sphere, Risk the faml dream again ! Moor?. Yon blushing rose?in beauty waving From beu.. ug bough, while round it play Soft zephyrs, in its perfume bathing? Smiles, g'owing in the beam of day, Unto the smiling sky : But hide it in some convict's cell? Some dismal place of Guilt and Doom, Where ray of sunlight never fell, To break th' impenetrable gloom? And it will droop and die! Tia thus with Love. Affection grew Deep in my heart, like that fair rose, And sweetly budded forth to view, Nursed by the breath of thy applause, The sunshine of thy smile. Ah, changeful girl! thy clear brow clouded, And Friendship sunk iu sullen pride ? Then Love, in my dark bosom shrouded, Gave up ...

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