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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 September 1824

Government & General Orders. Secretary's Office, Hobart iTotoif,, " [ ' September 2d, 1S24. TVtß Period a^ which Licenses for thJe ' BjG^ail of Spirits^Wine^ and Beer, foV the ensuing Ye^i afé granted being now atliand, such Persons as aie desirous of obtaining Licenses as Pub- licans under the actual Regulations, a,re io, send' into tliis OiSce watten Appli- cations, on or before the 25th Instaut, 1 iii order to their being forwarded to the JBench of Magistrates, for the Selection df the Number to be ticensed. No Peison under, the Sentence of the Law, nor' any Clerk, Constable or Per- ron of any Description in the Service of Government, is allowed to hold a Li- cense,; and npne need apply whose Ap- plication is not supported with the re- quired Testimonials t0 Chaiacter. ÎÇhose wjho already have Licenses, and jnay apply for Renewal, will have ' the Conduct of theil Houses during the fa.st Year duly scrutinized, and their Mean^'pf Accommodation fully ascei Uuiect, before the...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 September 1824

iTotheEditorófthelIolañTowhGazette. . í~6l .v* '?? '?'?'??'. i Sir,-A Letter is inserted in the 'last Gaàelte, sigued "OBscjuKïTv,"purpoitin§'! '?to be, ,in?answer tp certain Comn^unipatiqii^ ¿whick you haye recently imade pubjic, re ílati've to the, present state oi the 'Colpniaj Currency. , ; It is; difficult to encounter a writer, whç jáltlto'ti'gh íappearin^ anonynibUsly, assumes »so {loguiáticnlhtoné.'í Anonymous'writers' ¡seldommake*use df the 1st'poison as'au- thority* for khe best of leasotts, that at' is 'none; nor haye any of your foi roei Corres- pondents! to' whpm this wiilcr replies, done mote tlmn slate, what they con.sidci lo he Law ; andrthey have ^generally ac- companied theirropinions by'arguments, and their arguments by refei euee tp'authV rities. ,'f Obscurity,"- hpwever,, adopta a different mode: he sets out with, s tuting^ that lip, is not- Lawyer enough to decide whether,' dollar notes are recoverable in. a British Court of Justice) and, yet he follows up''thi...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 September 1824

Shérifs Office, Hobart Town, September Id, 1824. In the Supreme Court. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias to me directed and obtained on Judgement awarded by the late Lieute- nant Governor's Court, I will cause to, be put up and Spld by Public Auction, at the Times and Places herein after mentioned, the Right and Title of the several Defendants to their Property and Effects, in the following Causes : At the Marketplace, Hobart Town, on' Wednesday next, the 8th Instant, at 12 o'Clock :-. , Atkinson v. Wise. A DWELLING HOUSE, and a Farm of 300 Acres, situate at the Carlton. - Hume v. Evans ; Clark v. Same. ONE Threshing Machine, 1 Win- nowing Machine, about 100 Bush- els of Wheat, in the Stack, and a Farm of 800 Acres, situate at the Coal River, in the District of Ulva, bounded on the South by Mr. Till's Grant, on the East by Mr. Wilkinson, and on the North and South sides by unlocated Land. A Drummond v. Owen. CART and Two Working Bul- locks. - Murray v. Chapman. FARM of 50 Acres, si...

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THE BACHELOR'S REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 September 1824

THE BACHELOR'S REGISTER     At, 16 years incipient palpitations ARe manifested towards the young ladies.     17. Much blushing and confusion occurs when addressed by a handsome woman. 18. Confidence in conversation with the   ladies is much increased, 19. Becomes angry if treated by them as a boy.           20. Betrays great consciousness of his own charms and manliness.       21. A looking-glass becomes and indis- pensable piece of furniture in his dressing- room, and in some instances finds its way into the pocket.         22. Insufferable puppyism now exhibited.   23. Thinks no woman good enough to enter the marriage state with him.     24. Is caught unawares by the snare of Cupid.     &nbsp...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 3 September 1824

EXTRACTS. The attention of the English capita- lists has at length been drawn to Ire- land. A company has been for some time forming under the auspices of the leading Irish houses, for working col- lieries and mines in that country, which has been ascertained to abound in coal and minerals. The undertaking is warmly seconded by the most distin- guished of the nobility and gentry con- nected with Ireland, as also by the prin- cipal London companies holding large landed property in the island. From the progress already made, there is every prospect of a favourable result. The bill for incorporating the company is is to be read a second time in the house this evening.--(March 12) There are Bills before the House of Commons for two bridges and one tun- nel: a suspension bridge at St. Cather- ine's, below London-bridge; a suspen sion bridge at Hammersmith, leading, to Barnes; and a tunnel under the River Thames from Rotherithe! and, as was alleged to be the case with recent Loans, the li...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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MAXIMS, Translated from the writings of Balthazar Gracian, a Spaniard, who flourished in the seventeenth century. "Be not continually jocose." [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 September 1824

MAXIMS, Translated from the^writings qf,BaltJ(u zar'tirácian, a Spaniard, who ßouristyd in the seventeenth century. , _ ' "Be not continually jocose." ', Piudenceis exhibited most in serious- ness ; and the serious are always esteemed more than the humprous. That man who is continually bantering, cannot be a good man. We consider people pi this descrip- tion in the same light as we do those who are addicted to telling falsehoods, and we. never believe them. Ajesterisnot le>»s sus- pected than a liai. When heieally speaks the truth, he isnot credited. A Lacedemo- nian once told a comic oiator that he should soon become ridiculous by imitatuig him. The Latin word sales (jests, or repartees) shows of itself how we ought to use it: that is, in the same manner sall is used tor mak- ing food palatable. There is nothing moi e disagreeable than continual jesting. By en- deavouring to- purchase the reputation ol being witty, we lose the advantage ol being ätemed wise. Some tshoit time; is...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 September 1824

EXTRACTS. An Act of Parliament was passed in the last Session, authorising the tians-s port of convicts to any of our Colonies,; for the purpose of being employed iw any of the Public Works can ymg on iu( them for their improvement ; andonicon-ç sequence the Antelope has been com- missioned at Chatham, by Lieut. Hine, for the purpose of conveying a conside-1 rabie number of them, to Bermuda,? where Docks are forming, and other' considerable naval plans projected. The Lusitania, Langden, which is ar- rived in the Downs, sailed from Rio Janerio on the 16th of January. She brings the following intelligence :-< " The Pedro Primeiro, of a74' guns (Lord Cochrane's flag-ship), Captains Crosby, was fitting out; and theAtyApr by,uoft2B guns,, formerly' Bïaze, corp-l manned hy Mr^^aylor, foimerly aLieu-j tenant»in the British Navy ;'tb.e Caroline, 48 gaas ; and the Puranga» a fine 60 gun frigate, Captain Noiton, were ready for sea, but could not procure men for the service, neither...

Publication Title: Hobart Town Gazette And Van Diemen’S Land Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Hobart Town Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 September 1824

: Tothe Editor of the Hobart TownGazette. Sib,-When I wrote to you a plain and simple paragraph, ,which appeared in your Gazette of 27th August, I.had no intention of replying! tp any answer that might be.niade to it. Having neither time nor talent for argument, I am per- fectly contented (as I p!are say most of your readers are) to seethe " Colonist" admit, tthp,t all contracts of wheat, dol- lars, or any other, are recoverable be- tween the two contracting parties, and, even by assignment. This admitted, ^it would be presumption in me to tell the holder of a bill by endorsement, be- cause he knows "how to recover, if any of the original 'parties fail; and now with'pleavtnfe,'! return again into .,

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 September 1824

' UlUiiiUlUUjULIII«.'I'" Government'& General Orders! 'Government House, Hobart Town\ <u " ^September, 9lh, 1024. \ flf^ÎIFe most serious Complaints hav 'J. irfg been made to the Lieuten- ant Governor, respecting the great 1 Depredations daily committed by the numerous Dogs which are prowlirig "about the Co»ntiy?'His Honor begs to call the Attention of the Magis- trates in their respective Districts to this very important Subject. No Prisoners of the Crown aie orí any account to be' suffered to ha ve'Dogs in their Posses- sion, on Pam, if Ticket of Leave Men, of 'being ¡immediately deprived of their Ticket.-'* If Proprietors of Flocks find it necessary that their Stoek-keepers¡ should''"be entrusted with any Dogs for1 ïh,e purposes of Security, it is to be un- derstood that tliey 'must not be Kanga-; rob' Dó'gp ; and alt othei Persons are mist earnestly requested to «secure their Dog's', and' lïôt permit them to roam' at !!arge to the'great injury of the Settlers....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 September 1824

Sfariff" '? Office, Hobart Town, u ' ' ' September Oía,'í824. ? in tlié Siiprehe Court". ' ' BY Virtue bf Writs o? Fieri1 Facías to nie directed 'and obtained on Judgement awarded by tlie'late Lieute- nant Governors'Court, X will cause to be 'put up and Sold by Public Auction, at the Times and Places herein after mentioned, the Right and Title of the several Defen4ants to their Property and 'Effects, in the following Causes : At the Market Place, Hobart Town, on , Wednesday next, the 15th Instant, at 12 o'CIock :~ Át;kinson v. Wis>e. A DWELLING HOtfSE, and a Farm of 300 Acies, situate at ttíe Cailton» ( <--- ? ( Hume t>. Evans ; Clark v. Same. ONE Tlneshing, Machine, 1 Win uowing Machine, aboui 100 Bush- els of Wheat, in the Sf;ack, and a Farm of OOO^Acres, situate at the Coal River, in the District pf Ulva, bounded on the South by Mr. Till's Grant,"on the East By Mr. Wilkinson^ and on ttie^ North and South sides by unlocated Land, Drummond v. Owen. CART and Two Wor...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 September 1824

Fifty Pounds Reward. WHEREAS \, JOHËN BEST, a Convict Servant to Edward Foord Bromley, Esq. Treasurer of the Colonial Fund, stands charged with Stealing from the Public Chest, in his Master's House, in Macquarie -street, Dollars and Notes to a large Amount,, with which he has absconded. -The above Reward will be paid to any Par- son or Persons who shall apprehend the said John Best, and lodge him m safe Custody, in His Majesty's Gaol in this Town. And I am authorised by His Honor the Lieutenant Governor to make known, that, in addition to the above Reward, a Free Pardon will be extend- ed to any Prisoner, now under the Sen- tence of the Law, who shall be the Means of apprehending and lodging the said John Best in safe Custody. A. W. H. Humphrey, ¡Superintendent of Policê i Description. No. 431-5 ft. 4 and 1/2 in., brown hair, light grey eyes, 31 years of age, a coachman, tried at Surry, March 1821, sentence 14 years; arrived in this Co- lony per Malabar, 1821, born at God- stone, ha...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. Sitting Magistrate—James Scott, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 10 September 1824

Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, September 10 Sitting Magistrate-James Scott, Esq. Ship News.-Arrived this afternoon from Scotland, the Australian Compa ny's ship Portland, Captain Snell, R. N. having on board 87 passengers, and a valuable cargo of merchandize. --The Portland left Leith the 1st of April, and on her passage touched at Rio de Janeiro. ---------------   In our Paper last Friday we noticed that the bush-rangers had been the pre- ceding day closely pursued at the River Plenty by Captain Innes and his party, and that sanguine hopes were entertain- ed of their speedy apprehension.-We have now the sincere satisfaction to an- nounce, that three more of the banditti were in two days afterwards apprehend- ed in the same neighbourhood, and that on Sunday morning they were brought to town, and safely lodged in the county gaol.-Only three of the lawless gang   (which at first consisted of 14) are now remaining at large ; and' as it is pretty well known they ...

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MAXIMS, Translated from the Writings of Ralthazar Gracian, a Spaniard, who flourished in the Seventeenth Century. "Be neither too free nor too open." [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 September 1824

lh ' <"''?.: "* MAXIMS, S-SPB^ttajfrpi* *l*é Writings of Balthazar? y£0e$mMeentkCentury, \..r -f, , in ejfí^íb-neither top, free nor too open.? % ma iPfe^Jeasure noyefty creates,. mnkeä I Success esteemed*. There is neither delight I ï$Wï«PW$t¿ in ' playing a gam«, whjpb etery J body/:uí^ersj.aud«í - ^he^way to 'ht|ld minjis in sus¿cpsej especially m iöippttäut ^affairs, winch'are lijé, object "of'ùnivei sal "e'i'pècta'tîqri^yno't t6 declare suddenly 'What objcèt' SVe'vh$re>m Vié'w; by this i tteíeans 'every thing *n¥áy 1bé^inade myâtc- ; riousy and the" secret raises veneration Jjtfr, what is; hidden.^ Iiv.e^pressing ,XH>ese|f, .care^sjipuhi betaken no.y.q|peafi tpqplain? lest pejpiátter'sap^ld^be deeme^djSinaplp^, neither when in society shpuldjevery man£ Heart b'eohfis lips. ' Ae most foolish ani- mal? may «deceive tlie shrewdest,1 ^provided if reñíala hidden'. Silence« w always ex- empted from being Janked with folfy: it noj; oqly¡ícpncejílsowhaM$ «defective, bu...

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THE OLD MAID'S REGISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 September 1824

THE OLD MAID'S REGISTER.   ,16. Begins to have some idea of the ten- der passion.       17. Talks of love in a cottage, and disin- terested affection.       18. Fancies herself in love with some   handsome man who has flattened her.       19. Is a little more difficult in conse- quence of being noticed.   20. Commences fashionable, and has a   taste for dashing. 21. Acquires more confidence in her own attractions, and expects a brilliant estab- lishment.       22. Refuses a good offer because the   gentleman is not a man of fashion.       23. No objection to flirt with any well-     behaved gentleman.     24. Begins to wonder she is not married. 25. Becomes rather more circums...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 September 1824

1 tM>,fiK^Ä?Tg.('r .V.rti United States.--Repeating; guns fóavtí been ihv^nföd ^ Ifrpm rfive^to «twelve clíár|ee^ each, whictt jifta^ bè'dischà^é'd 'fa lel^lhan two se| ed t#fwen$y ^«vöh ipriy, if reqmrecljv l^itbipuPadding^laW khiiigitb Ä lnpuml |)rattee;of the ^iece/>nPhé^rhieip!wappÍie| lîquaMytàyell ttb muskets^ riflesj fowling ^sv>fbr loading: ¿nd>nrihj0ih^<cba*i |èfô with; ^Additional; >;í^ pruning Ä ^rveiaiiy number: ^fI çhar^s<thaf may ä>4ii required«; tpî í4neet íian^/é^ef¡^cyj which charges are as ¿ompWtel^Uiíáer . ',.. The Case ofi & Af8<^tér;rit&¿> nvallowed a):(.>fàe*,kni$.^^ki&:? uufortu« |§nateV:màn-^ied\at^ daV, the 14th Jan;7":^hë'^ù6lié-''Wili^i»e fpr the purpose of consulting'Sir, Astley** Cooper, wilàiitàn ; ' chester* he suiiefep*^ ^oltingspfth&Ma^ iseJif.ui^h^e^ feear.^^öj«^tp^i% ea)^ $ftgft$ ftp^^^^\iifeaeanai feoat, but being taken very illin the bpat¿ he was <...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 September 1824

Government &? Ueneral prders. +iji¿' "-jriaf-fí.'i ot Ate/?içMïj6ef,.16iA,,l1«24t. ,¡ ^^-^CA;íN^N^^s:,.of.the 3d,;llegi^ ^^"...^^tVjvh^ng-ijr^urnedijip, Head ^ar>^/^oaiiß!ii'''.ö:0aç>)bure.^nd .pispeptl ii^T^N-AN^T $ío$ei:rn,.or bègs;he,,wilÎ süßest, j^is,, best Thai>k,§, for0 the,,s$içi{;ed ^¡x^tiop0he()ja%;made¿5aíi^ which has prçve^jSq.-i^àj^fjrtant tovth^ §e"cunty; pf tÎ[e;£)e{;tJ:er;S;^ ÇftM {fôftbftft tlî^Soyiess ¡whp!;haye;nQW foy gearl¿/|jhree, ? Mp" 4$ í *l$e» ePÎ pÍ°y¡e(i , jn the jj^ursuit QÍi\tjii&:.G(ajigi thrpi}gh;.j;}i§ jt<5jaçnd^s'h^,.%î¡^yeryVçpfte^çingj j^^ pftr,t.¡ ^^.pio,s^.G,xemj)lary,... jJhM haye; jon, mai}^jQcç^jsipns,¿heen>, calíeg >uppji to endure extreme.J^riv,^ipnsi;and¡g7íé9t; ^atijgue;;,1,^ut íi\pihing c,has(¡;rQp^p5s§dl tji.eir.^rdotur ;,^n J/fo&i Performanpej itpf ith\eirfj;£>uty,.,.and,; the^i;¡patience.¡ ftiid Ji^mness, ¡have been,' e;qua$y, $ispla,yed. ]Éï. I s Bo ii p,R ; requests M a j¡o R; M A...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 September 1824

*VV ' ikekf^oàe^fmèarrTÔJin, ^ ^"' I SeptTrhter^mtiM*.;-^ fattie supreme Court. ,( , BY yirtuë bf^^vtrits of !Fíef* facías' | to me directed and' obtained' on .tud^eineiit awarded'bt the,late*Lieute-' nant Governor's Court,! wril,cause to he put up and Sold, by Publié Auction,' at the Times and Places, hereinafter^ mentioned, the Right anjd'Titfëot* the, several Defendants to tlieir Property and Effects,' in the following Causes : v Loahe v. Peèvor ; Same v. feáme'; Same v. Same : Same. v. ' Same : Same v. same: Hames'v. hame. 1 À'^OUt''op PÍGf; a 4¿ÜántiÍty!cf XjL Furniture, and' Agricultural Im plements. , Atthe1 Wed at 12 o'Clbck : a > i , Atkinson v. Wise. "Á DWELLING HOUSE, ana' a ¿£ab-îarm of 300 Acres, situate at the Carlton.'- ^[ ..-',/ .' ¡. j ' *,í .-»11» .J_L. . , /' \"il I Hum^'v. 'Evans5; Clark- v. «Same. ' ONE'Threshing Machine,* I'vWn nowiAg Machine, about 100 Bush1 els> bf ^Wheat, in the Stack, and a»'farm of 800'Acres^ situate at the Coal River, iff the Distri...

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Hobart Town Gazette. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. Sitting Magistrate—A. Moodie, Esq. Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2lbs. 6½d. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 September 1824

Hobart Town Gazette FRIDAY, September 17 Sitting Magistrate-A, Moodie Esq.       Assize of Bread, the Loaf of 2lbs. 6 1/2d. In our last we noticed that an exten- sive robbery had been effected, in steal- ing from the Treasurer of the Colonial Revenue, a considerable sum of money, the property of the Crown. We are now enabled to state, that the principal   offender concerned in this depredation was apprehended on Saturday morning     last, soon after our Paper, which con-   tained two advertisements, offering re- wards for his apprehension, was pub- lished. Though the prisoner, John Best, is taken, we regret to learn that not the least hopes are entertained of any of the money being recovered. The depreda- tor seems quite hardened, and, equally careless of his perilous situation. The   man who took him is, (we believe) a Crown prisoner, and will consequently receive, in addition to...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 17 September 1824

Notice is hereby give, that MAR-     THA LUTTRELL, Widow of the late EDWARD LUTTRELL, late of Ho- bart Town, Surgeon, deceased, intends forthwith to apply to the Honourable the Supreme Court of Civil Jurisdiction of Van Diemen's Land for Letters of Administration to be granted to her of the Estate and Effects of her said de- ceased Husband of which all Persons concerned are required to take Notice accordingly.   Cartwright & Ross, Proctors.   MIDWIFERY               Mrs McTavish, Passenger by the Australian Company's Ship   Portland, respectfully acquaints the In- habitants of Hobart Town and the   Country, that she will continuer her Practice of a Midwife in this Place. Mrs McT. holds a Dipíoma from Dr Thatcher, one of the most emi- nant Leeturers on Midwifery in the City of Edinburgh ; and to those, who may...

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WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser — 24 September 1824

WOMAN. Thou shalt stand A Deity, sweet Woman, and be worship- ped. Ford. Gone from her cheek is the summer bloom, And her breath has lost all its faint per- fume, And the gloss bath dropped from her gol- den hair, And her forehead is pale, tho' no longer < fair. And the spirit that sate on her soft blue eye, Is struck with cold moitality ; And the smile tkat played on her lip hath fled, And every grace hath now left the dead. Like slaves they obeyed her in height of power, But left her all in her wintry hour: ' And the ciowds'that swofe for, her love to die, ' > Shrunk from the tone of her last sad sigh And this is Man's fidelity. 'Tis Woirnan alone, with a firmer heart, Can see all these idols of life depart, And love the more ; and soothe and bless I Man ia his utter wretoheüneb'S. JME

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