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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? published every morning, at No. 30 Ann rtreet, New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 per annum in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which i iis paid. Subscription? taken for Six Months. Tersa.t tf Jidrtrtitini_-For etch JUrntinmcru uj TEN lines or less (over six), first insertion.. do. for each subsequent insertion...... S?3 " do. for SIX inscrtioos, or one week-8 I 30 do. far TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 3 OO Longer Advertisements at equally faroraide rates Mamnces. ReJigioUs and Funeral Notices, not exceed Inp five lines. 25 cent*. {jr??Advertisements when ordered to to be continued on thu inside after the first insertion will be subject to tbe same charge as on their first appearance? payable tn all cajes In advance. Mb The WKfcKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pa per for?the Country, is published every Saturday morn jig, at the low" priccof gf?t per annum, in advance THE TRIBUNE. iVewVc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 January 1842

THE TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11,1842. ET For the conclusion rf Mr. McElrath's Report against Abolishing the Punishment of Death, and an original Poem, see Last Page. jet For a summary of the late Correspondence be? tween Governor Seward and the Executive of Virginia in relation to the retaliatory lav.- of that State, sec First Page. XT Fora notice of Mr. 0. A. 3rownson'r, Boston Quarterly for January. Fun in the Legislature *f Ala? bama, notice of a Sermon before the Prc-Mellcnial Advent Association. Sec, sec First Page. 03".'.Citizens ok New-York! should we riot hold a great Public Meeting to remonstrate against the Repeal of the Bankrupt Lav. ? Be not de? ceived. There is imminent danger that 'he Law -will be re-pealed within ten days, unless the Presi? dent shall resolve to interpose his Veto. Shall NewrYork sit tamely by, and see this great Na? tional mischief accomplished I There is not a day ir. bo lost! The Bankrott Law.?Among the communi? cations we received yeste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 January 1842

j LAWYER'S DIARY_Jmuarv II, 1S42. Commom Pleaj, This DaY-49, 54, 56, 5S. 59. ?10, 61, 62, ? 61 64. 65. G6. 310. 26. 57. ! ^crtRiox Court, This Day.?4, 10, 12.17.-21, (23.26, ::' 2s, 30 tc 37, 39. 40, 41. 42 43, 44, It. 47. 4-, 49, 50j 51, i Cisict it Ccirt, This Day?72, 73, 81, 7. 8, 60, 16, 50, I 37. 39.59, 96, 91, 34, 3?. 31.101,102, 103.104. ?'-* Citj? i-ntclligcnce. Reported for the New-York Tribune. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Monday. Janusry 10. Toe Board tn*t at S o'clock, and truusacted the follow ng btuioei?; vie.; Invitation of Mr. Charles Hi Delavan for the Board to Bttrcti bi? lecture on T-mperance, thiaevcair.g-. accepted. Communication from the Female Benevolent Seciety for a dooa?ou : referred. Oomtnunicatmi ol Henry A. Liebeneau, artist, suggest trc tbe propriety ofbaving u City Banner puinled, aud luba'Udog a disipn ? referred. r-rnTtons Presented and Ktt err id?Of Suydam, K<-cJ * Co. and otlters, to have piers foot of Albany and Liberty rtreets. and intermediate piers le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 January 1842

For The Tribune. ELEGIAC STANZAS, Cn the death of Willis Gaylord Clark. Esq. of Philad. gTKA.v.KK ! th?u seem'st, instinctively, to tread With melancholy reverence by the sleep Of him who, lately gathered to the dead. Left many a heart his youthful fate to ??>:;?, Whether of brother 'mid hi* household walls, Or scholar throned in academic halls. I know *hv thus the stranger movcth here? One who hath, haply, never heard a sound Of his sweet lyre, r.or 'drawn empyreal air Mid regions where kit s?ul was ever found? 'T is that weve twilight: and the Muses now Come to bedew with tears his radiant brow. Yes! there's a mvstic influence round and o'er The leper's dwelling, breathed by spirit* such As visited his earthly dreams, and bore Aloft the sweetness of each lyric touch ; Engraved it on the planetary' page, with those the spheres have hymned from age to age. His was. no reuse of indiscriminate taste, Which sung for fame, capricious in control, But Freedom's, Learning's, Wisdom's wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 January 1842

TUE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE :t publisher* every mo ri n g , ?r No. 30 Ann atrert, New-York, and delivered to ' Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers,'.$4 per annum in advance, and tbe paper in no ise continued beyond the tune tor which i tis paid. Subscriptioaf taken tor Six Months. Terms of Jldvtrtisins._For tr.ch Jld>lertiseaieht oj TEN lines 01 less (ov<-r tiro, first insertion.. 50cts ?!o. for each subsequent insertions^v.^3 " do- lor SIX insertions, or one we.',-_Si HQ do. for TU'EN'TY'-EJVE insertions... 5 OO Longtir Advertisontents at equal!v favorable ratfts Marriage*, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeds (Dg five line* 23 cent?. (|r^Advertisements when ordered to to be continued ea iba inside art??r the first insertion will be subject to the ttwiie charge as on thrir-urst appe*rauco? payable la all cases in advance.. {JfJ- The U'EP.W.V TRIBUNE; a very larg* pa per for th? Country, is published every Saturday morn ng, Btthe'low price of ?-*.{ per annum, in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 January 1842

THE TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12. 3LT We are indebted to Hon. J. F. Randolph of N. J for ConrresMonal Documenta. O" We are indebted to the Messr*. Harn'OENs for tbe early receipt of Albany aud Boston papers. KT For an abstract of the Correspondence be? tween Governor Seward. and Governor McDonald of Georgia, see First Page. V For an interesting Letter from Harrisborg, Pa. cee First Page. i~T Feran account of the Great Fire. ice from the new work entitled ' The Emnghams.' and a Poem from The Dial, see Last Pag?. KF Wednesday, the 9th of February, (four weeks hence,) will be the G9th Anniversary of the Birth-Day of our fate lamented President, Gen. William Henry Harrison. Shall it not be commemorated in our City ? Will not one of our Whig General Committees take care that at least an Oration commemorative or the Life and Ser? vices of the deceased Patriot and Statesman be delivered 0:1 the evening of thut day ? [k-T" A caii for a Meeting iu respect to tbe Na? turalization ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 January 1842

STATISTICS OF CRIME IN THE CITY. We are indebted to J R. WatTlNC, E?<{., the District Vitornej? for the Cit> and County ef New York, for a copy of a very, elaborate Report laid before the Common Council by him, exbmttthg the state of Crime from the year 1330 to 1841?both inclusive?covering a space of lij year.-. Tbe Re? port enters very fully into detail.-, presenting a mass of valuable statistics, of which we have Only room for the aggregates. The following tables, however, present all the important information included in the Report. The population of the City in 1330 wus 201,589; in 1335, 270,089 ; and in 1840. 312,252. It will be seen, then, by the table.-, that tbeie was in 1830 one conviction for every 321 inhabitants; in 1835, one fur every 441 ; and in 1340, one for every 345. ft will be seen that, from 1831 to !235. crimw, in ratio to the population, greatly decreased: wtiiie since that time the reverse is true, aithous'n it is not near as great a* it was in 1830. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 January 1842

From Tbe Dial. e IN VVORLD. Amid the watches of the windy nicht A poet sat, and lis-ened to the rlow Of bis own changeful thoughts, until there passed A vision bv hitn. murmuring; as it moved. A vv:!d and mystic lay?to which his thoughts Arifl p'-'.i kept rime?and thus the measure ran : Aii is but as it seems. The. round green earth. With river and glen ; The din and the mirth Of the busy, busy men ; The worid's great fever JTnrobbing for ever: The creed of tlie sage. The hope of the age, Ail things we cherish. All thatlive and all that perish, These are but inner dreams. The great w?rld goeth on To thy dreaming; To thee fdone Hearts arc making their moan. Eyes are streaming. Thine is the white moon turning night to day. Thine is tbe dark wood sleeping in her ray : Thee the winter chilis; Tiiee the spring-time thrills ; All thinjrs nod to thee? ' ~\ All things come to see If thou art dreaming on. If tliy dream should break, Ami tiiou shouldst awake, All things would be gone. Nothing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE a.... . .- ??? ?'?I<V1 , ...... i r!C Jlupei Iii UU tdf bVilUUUWI Ivy or..! the time foi which i ispaiJ. Subscriptions taken for Six Mrjr.th?. T'ir~3 of JSdcirtisinz_Ft r tech JSdvtriismmi of TKN li:i<-> or leu <ovt six), first insertion.. 50c ?8 ?lo. for fach subsequent insertion_ -?"? " ? !o fur SIX insertions, or one w eek_j?i do. for T WENT Y-FIV E insertions.... 51)0 Longer Am* vertisemcnts at equally favorable rat?.?. M-rriiiyr?, It e?piou-. -31111 Funer..! Notice*, not exceed? ing ?ve liaea ~~> cent*. rjr^AilvOtlisenicnU whvn ordered to to be continued ?,r. tii" inside after the tir*' insertion will be subject to the sar-iccharsje o:: theirfind appearanoe? payable 01 til? "?r> in ad ranee. frj- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very lar?ft par-ir for-the Country, is published every Saturday morn pV attheiow price of i&? per annum, in advance. T ii E T if IBS'NE. Thi: Skw Ham;-, mate Book : Being Sp c m?r;< if the !. tera'ure th i Granite Stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 January 1842

THE TRIB?NE, NEW-YORK. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13. XT We are farther indebted to Hon. Messrs. F. Gex.n f.ek. C. G? Kkruis aud J. j. R50?e*el.t of this State and t. butler Kj.hc of Ga. for valuable Cou;rre?iocal Docu? ments. " OCT We resent on our First Page a compF? hensive view of the prospective Apportionment t*> ti,o -?ev.-rai States of Members of Congress under the New Census, at every Ratio between C?.000 and 72,000; also, the relative Representation of the three grand divisions of the United States at all the Ratio, likely to be adopted: to which is added n history of former apportionments, and of the legislation in regard to them, including Gen. Washington's Veto?an act deeply to be regretted The whole will be found replete with interest at this time, as the discussion of the Apportionment in Congress is soon to commence, and will natu? rally give rise to excited und dubious struggles for political power. We ardently wish the Ratio might be put at least as high as 63,ODO, but we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 January 1842

Tmi: Eike at Detroit.?The D.-tioit Daily Advertiser, the office of which was burned on the 1st, ha? been again issued. The number dated January 4th, contains a detailed description of the progress of the disastrous fire, and an enumeration of the sufferers and the amount lo*t. Tin- names ?re:nod to spread ipuite as rapidly in a direction against tie- wind as with it. The whole number of lildings destroyed was thirty-five, and the amount of property destroyed was nearly $'J??,0??. Tne Register, S. Kellogg, Esq., by great personal exer? tion, and by abandoning his own dwelling with its furniture to the dumos. succeeded in saving the i.-nt records of the Judges and Council, upon ibe safety of which depended the title to the entire prot^ny of the city. Fjb'k.?A two story brick building, on the Main at W ndsor, V't., occupied by Mr. N. C. GrodOard, as a Bookstore, and Mr. W. R. Oak lev fur the Poat-OSice, was consumed by fire with all its content'?; except some account books beionoin* to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 January 1842

From The Dial for January. O V T W 0 II L D. THE sun was shining on the busy earth ; All men and ihinps were moving on their way? The old; old way" which we calf Life. Tri? soul Shrank from thegiai l grasp of Space and Time. Vet?for wai i.e.- dreamy hour, halt yielded To the omnipotent delusion?and looked out On the broad . . . ? r?f things, and felt itself Dwindling be ore the Universe. Then cam* onto Another spirit with another voice. [the. Baro And sang:? fejid he tii.it ail hut scams ? Said be, the world ia void and lonely. A traoge, vast crowd of Jrearm; C 'niir.^ to thee only ? And that thy feeble soul Hath such aatrong.control . ? O'er ovrreign Space and sovereign lane, Arid all their train sublime? Said he, thou art the Bye Reflecting al! that is? ; The Ear that hears-wbile it create All sounds and harmonies? The centrsl sense that bides amid All shows, and turns them tr. realities? Listen, mortal, while the sound Of this; life intense is flowing ! D?s? thou find ail things ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i. nWMl8hed everv morr.inp;, s- No. 30 Ann street New-York, and delivered to Cit; Subscribers .cr* ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscri! er?. $4 per annum in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which i tis paid. Subscriptions uk'<-n for Six Months. 7>rmj of Jldvtrtisint,_For each jdv*rti*?rriinf f?N lines or l.-ss (over six), f.rst insertion.. ?yCtS Jo. foreacnZ'subsequent insertion. do. for SIX" insertions, or one n ock-81 do- forTWENTV-FITE insertions.... 3 <H> Lonirer Advertisements at equally favorable rates Marriages, Religious ?ud Funeral Notices, notcxceed Ir.p fivc lines '-I? cent*. jw-Advertisements when ordered to to be continued taAneinsideaftcr the rirst insertion will be subject to lRC -*:ae charge as on their first appearance?payable ijj gj] case? in advance. " fva. Th-- WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper for tba Country, is published every Saturday morn Hg, attbelov price of per annum, in advance THE TRIBUNE. -.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 January 1842

? THE TRIBUNE. ' ^EW-YORK, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. XT'Doctor Lardner's Lectures.?Th? Weekly Trib? un? of lau week contains the three hst Lecture- of [)r. Lardncr's Seena'] Series. The paper may be obtained at our ofli ?? any time to-day. We have a few copies re? maining of the No*, which contain the five first Lectures (.1 the -alii* '???tics. j 14 xt We are agaiu indebted to Hon. Messrs. c. Hudson and T. Butler Ktsc for Congressional Documents: Abo, to ".b'- Messrs. Harndens far Albany Papers. TT For Notices of ' The Dial.' -Life in China.' and a ' Review of Judge Cowen's Opinion.'N. E. Bound? ary. I. 0. of 0. F. ike. see First Page. tT For Sketch of Prof. Siiliman's Lecture on Ge? ology, sec Last Page. XT Fora communication. - The Sun vs. O'Coimeii. aad a Review of Markets, see First Page. The Bankrnpl Law. Great Meeting at the Merchants' Exchange; In conformity with the call published on Wednesday, a large and most respectable Meeting of tiie Citizens of New York opposed to the Re? p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 January 1842

MONEF MARKET. Knie* nt the Block Extihnngo, Inn. 13. 5 De!.AHud...blOd 90 1100 do.cash TJ 5 4o. 91 100 do.Qw "1 55 do. 50 \ '25 do. ~* 35 do. P9J 150 do.*nw 50 do. 40 Svra & Urica.. ICS 10 do.slim B? 50 Patersos R. 50J 50 do. 87 5 l.'tica &. .Sen. R .-- 129 75 do.?!5d ?5 f 56 Mohawk R. 5S 50 do.sla?l 3o ? 50 da.bl5ds 55 50 do.pSM S5 1 25 uo.b30di 55j 12 Bk of Com. TV j 25 do.b30d 553 1?H> Farmers' Trust_ 23. J "25 do.si 0d 57 50 do.*?0d 24 50 N. J. ft. R.b3 69j IC5 do.cash 2$ j 20 Bost. & Pror. R ... e9? Manhattan Gas_ 73 , 20 do. 90 200 Harlem K.s i 8 , 50 do.sCOda 50 do.th wk S J 20 do. 00* IM do.nw 8 25 do.s60ds 89j 5Q do.b30d f : ?5 CantouCo....s30d 17 -- Jo.n wk 7}! 25 do.cash 17 second boaro. 133 Barton). d ; 100 do.i3d 3 100 do.*30d 7Ji 15 Lei in Hud. S7$ 50 do. Si! Commrrcial nud Jloauy flatter*. Thursday, P. M. The business at thefctock Exchange was to a fair ex tent to-day; und tn Western State Stockt a rather bstter feeling *as manifest; Dclawar? and Hudson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 January 1842

Prof. Siiiimnn's Lecture. Reported for the Tribune. Prof. Sflliman commenced his lecture by allud? ing to the peculiarly interesting character of the subject of Geology, and to the extreme difficulty of pr^emir.p in the compass of two lectures any thing like an intelligible statement of its prin uipal facti and the processes by which they are established. The beautiful orb on which we dwell belongs, as every one knows, to the Solar System : and it is the business of Astronony to point out the characters and relations of the other bodies or this Syrern. We are now concerned however solely with our own planet and thus in many important particulars the >cience of Geology is much more interesting than Astronomy; for the results pre? sented by the latter, although far mure magnificent and imposing than those of any other department of human inquiry, yet depend wholly cn the ca? dence of a single sense that of sight: and even this i< nor available until we add to it the aid of Mathe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 January 1842

mm THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Is tfjbliibf d every morning, a' No. 30 Ann street, New-York; and delivered to Gltj Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. V.aii Subscribers; ?Hper annum in advar.ee. and the paper in no ess* continued beyond tbe t.-me for which i iis paid. Subscriptions Uken for Six Months. T'rms oj Jdrtrtisinz_For tech J3(ktr!if'*ittt of TKN lin<?s or 1??? (ov-r six). first insertionf'***ci;? do. for each subsequent insertion. ?** do. lor SIX ir vi-rion?. or one week->? S 50 ? !o. forTVv'F.NTV-FIVF. h ?ertions- 5 00 Longer Advertisements a' equally favorable ratss Marrntre.-, Religious and Funerd Notices, uol exceed? ing five lines STi'cent?, (b7-Advertisemt-r.t.? when ordered to to be continued en thu inside after the first in-v-rtion will be subject to the same charge as on their first appearance?paytbic in all cases in advance. {Kr- Thetvr.KK'LV TRIBUNE, a vory large pa por for tbtt Country, is published every Saturday morn Bg, at the low price of $3 per annum, in adva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-Yi IRK, SATURDAY. JANUARY 15. CT We arc indebted to Mo?. N. P. Tallmacce, our Senator, *j<! Hon. Thomas* Smith of Ct and Hou. R. C Winthrop of Mass. for Congressional Document.*. Abo, to Messrs. Hak.n:,kns. for B?*iou paper*. 53" Tor an account of the Loss of the U. S. Corvette Fe-icoci: in Oregon. Ascent of the Mauna Loa Volca n<f, ic, Abstract of G-ov. Davis's Message, a Letter on Protection. Wages and Prices, and a Letter on Educa? tion .vc. In Bastern Pennsylvania, see First Page. ; For the conclusion of the Proceedings of the Meeting in favor oftbe BazikroptI?a*% (crowded ou yesterday., a Poem, and' Something for the Farmers, see Last Page. ^. rrj* t>. our Lc-delative report it will be seen that Messrs. Grout, McMcrray, 0'Suu.iva.n and D'A' f.ZKC have determined that the bill re? pealing the Registry Law shall be passed with? out investigation or deliberation. Mr. Grout can n0{ even >vai I 11 a biil can be framed amending generally tbe i '.lectimi L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 January 1842

11. M ON ? 5f MA RKEJ1. Knie? nt the Ktock Exchange, Jan. -De! &Hud...caih S9 200 do.s4 5 do. BS 25 do.nwk 8| o5 do.cash 87$ 100 do.cash =* f25 do. ff,ij so do.a i fK) do. I* 50 do.f3d <? 50 do..^J1 ?; 0 do.c"*k V. do.ca*h 36 f59 do.*15d 85$ 50 da. 87 M ?!<,. 23 25 do.:,.Vd 80 I 50 N.J. R.R..v?30 66 50 do. 86, 50 do.cash 6? 50 do . 871 100 do.cash Gj 25 do.?20d? 67 | 50 do.b30d *6 25 do.cash 87 j 50 Patersou R -?? ?' -'. do .... ruh B~i 100 do.?Codi 4t, IM do. 87 4 25 L. I. R.V-? ? 75 do.cash 87 | 10 Utica & Sea. R... 123 25 7t? Ward Bai.k .. 75 ' Ie Mohawk R. 53 5Bk Com..full.... 77, 5 do. 581 24 do.vcrip 8e$j 30 do. 53 ?20 Green. Fire Ins .. 90 \ 10 CantouCo. 17$ 'lO Mutual Fire Ins... 80ij 25 do. 171 ?.r, Fhrm. Trust..?6m 22 25 do. Ir 05 ,]0.s60ds 21 I SECOND BOARls. 50 Del & Hud. SCI 25 do.n30d 35 65 d<.??- 86 50 Harlem RR ..bow ti 100 rfo.sl5d 35 [ICO do. 81 25 (j0.tu* F(5 ) 100 do.*nw 9j Ki do. 86$ 108 do.bowk 50 do.slOd 85 I f'oinriK ! i in! and .TIobkt 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 January 1842

F or the New-Y< rk Tribune. EARLY JOYS. How fair each scene of early joy appears, Beheld bright through the time-worn veil of years! The youthful sports, the faces lone revered ; The Meeting griefs which fleetine pleasures cheere4 ; The idle strife, where Anger scarce could trace A settled fro*.vn upon the smiiine face: The old school-house, where Study:mixed with ?lav, Aud Jest and Langhter whiled the hours away ; Tii" softly rnurm'ring stream; the steep hill-side; Tbc green old wood ; the meadow fair and wide; The flower girt lake ; the gently ruing bill. Adown whose side leaped wild the babbling rill; The groves of pine, whose verdant boughs among The feathered bards their songs of gladness sung ; The level green, where sinless Hiot reigned. And shout and halloo wondrous feats sustained : The*e swiftly crowd upon the gazing mind? Joy: purelv sweet, for ever left behind . But rising Youth srarce turns to view the Past, For Manhood's nims his spirit fetter fast. The busy world ;...

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