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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 October 1840

NOT THS Q L O X T O T O H I A l BUT THE W O L F A R B OP BOMB. BY II. JB. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1840. VOL. XIV....No. 18. MAGNFCTIC ODONTICA.-- THE TEETH ! THE TEETH !! Tne Incomi'adaiild Tooth PnK!Aiivrio.v. The fact i proved, ami llie mot in credulous nil doubling art- fully convinced, a we have lie evidence from the sale of 20.000 boxes of the Odon lies, wilhdi lint pal year, ihat the Utopion dreams of the alehymit are realized, and n remedy discovered for preserving lhoe important and useful Appendages I ofthe human system, by the n.-c of the Magnetic Odon tics, which hy iti attractive, and strengthening rjuali lic', removcsull extraneous substance- from the teelh nnd prc-ervc tliein in theirnatiirnl brilliancy, ami the zums in soundness and l.oaulv. It i- ascertained from experience, that wlieit n-c.blhe teelh will never de vay, but remain till the llct age of man, with their natural wear. When they are decayed, its progress will be arreted, and the tee...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 October 1840

lino presidential term an economical adminis tration a sound currency a pioti-cMnc; tariff low salaries and full price for labor, nndthe products of labor, f'on IBE8llBNt. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. ron vice ritEsiDENT. JOI3M TYLHlt, Of Virgin!. " In all nifos and nil countries, it lia9 been obacrvod, that the cultivators of the soil arc those who arc least willins to part with their rinht.s, nnd submit themselves to the will of a master. Wm, II. H.tinioM. " The people of the United States yny they ever remember, that, to preserve their liberties, they must do their own vutiii; ntiJ their own fighting. Harrison. "Tnii HLKsfilNos or tiioi'sanos op womf.k and niLriRKN. nr.sccrn from the scali'ino ksite oftiih it'TIILEKS SAVAOE 2!;TIIE WILDERNESS, Aitti THOH THE YILL MORE KAVAGK PROCTOR, UEVT ON HARRISON sn Mi1! BALLAST armv." Simon Snyder's Message Hit Innsihania Ijcgislalurtjheembcr 0th, 1813. ron ELECT0R9, HON. SAMUEL O. CRAFTS, . A HON. EZRA MEKCII. M lar' Istdist. WILLIAM 11ENRV, 2d ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 October 1840

OPINIONS OP MILITARY MEN. ' General Gaines, recently published a letter tVing his testimony in favor of the distinguish ed qualifications of tho gallant Hamuson for the first and highest office in tho world, as that of President of tho U. States is acknowledged to te, which accitlently escaped from our hands without republication. We find one equally important and pointed from the votoran General Scott, as brave a man as ever drew blade, a fellow soldier of tho Hero of Tippecanoe which wo publish below, for the purpose of calling tho attention of the People to the charictor of the unfounded calumnies which tho Federal office-holders have scattered broad cast over tho land. A single word from Gen. Scott is sufii lent to outweigh the detraction of the whole host of writers and spocch-iuakcrri in the pay of the President. Saihtcmja SrntMos, Aujr. SO, 1840. Dior Sir.' Your complimentary letter of the lOih instant, inviting me nit thopartof the Harrison Com mittce of Correspondence for D...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 9 October 1840

" Ho touched his harp, niul nations heard, ciitranr hI."I DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND, on, r.inoDV won tAnonv. In the year 1732, Gov. Helchcr made an excursion from Hoston to the coast of Maine, in the Scarboro' man-of-war, to visit the several tribca of Indians, and invited the celebrated Mather Hylcs to accompany him as his chaplain. Ilylci declined tho invitation, but the Governor was revived to have him "whether or no," and made iue of thu following stratagem. Ho prevailed on tho chaplain of the castle to change pul pits with llylc on a Sunday, and the ship being at anchor just below, after service the captain sent his barge to invito the reverend wit on board to tea, and take leave. This could not well bo refused, and while Uylca was below, suspecting nothing, the vessel mado sail. All necessaries had been provided for his rever ence and lie sulunitttd with a good grace to what was inevitable. The next Sunday, tho ship was at Caseo Hay, and Bylc.-,Vit the captain's request performed di...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 October 1840

xtt Wvt, NOT TUB OLOKT O T O JE S A R OUT THE WBLPARJ9 OF ROMS. BY H. B. STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 19. MACSNl'CTIO 01)ONTICA.--THE TEETH ! THE TEETH !! The Incumpadadld Tooth I'nKl-AiiTTioy. The fact. Is proved, ami the most in ic.lulou ad doubting are fully convinced, at we have lie evidence from the .ale of 20.000 boxes of thu Odon tic, within lln" pat year, that the Utopion dream of uie aicliymist arts rcaiizou, ami iv remcuy uiseovcrcu for preom'ng llioc important ami useful appendages tif the li'iin.iii ysiem, bythe u.e of tho Magnet ioOdou lira, wlm-h by it.altinctive, uml strengthening quali ties rcnioves'ull extraneous substance from the teelli nnJ pro-erve tliem in theirnatiiral brilliancy, and (he Hum in soundness ami Lcauly. It is ascertained from experience, that when uod, the teeth will never de cay, but remain till the lalo?t age of man, with their Natural wear. When they are decayed, its progress will In nrrcted, and the tee...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 October 1840

One president laUcrm an economical adminis tration n sound currency a protecting tarlfl' low salaries and I'nfl prices for labor, and the products of labor. r o n rntsiDEKT. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. fob vice rnr.smtXTi JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. "In all ages and all countries, it tins boon ohsorved, that the cultivators of lho soil m o thoic who nro least willing to part with their rights, and submit themselves In tho will of a master. Wm. II. lI.nnit,ox. " Tht people nf 1'u United Slates May they ever remember, that, toprcsci ve their liberties, they must do tlieir own voting and their own fiahtinj;. Haurikon. "TlIK BLKSSINA Or THOUSANDS or woir.s Ann iumikcn, liBbccEiirnoMTitr: scalc-ino knife oi-tiik BDTIII.ES3 K.W.Vfin OK TUB WILDnnNKSS, AND rnoMTlin till jioiib savaoi: froctoii, rest on HARRISON r ills gallant An.MV." .S'l'mon Snyder's ATtssagc Ilie Pennsylvania Legislature,! Icccmbcr lO.'i, 1 313. ron electors, hox. ramum. r. crafts, ; ., . , HON. K.ltA Mnr.CH. $ Atlarf;t. 1st di...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 October 1840

FRIDAY M OHM NO, OCTO UI21UC, 1810. ALL HAIL MARYLAND. Tho Torlc nro not only bcaton tlicy arc nniliilatcd ; and of tlicir late proud army, not even a corporal's) guard remains. The Whigs have for tho first time carried counties that have given tho Tories large majorities from tho time beyond which the memory of man runneth not to the contrary. Every county which the Tories carried away from the whips last year, has been redeemed, and more than redeemed ; our majori ties in such counties bong treble and quadruple what it was before. Only two counties, with the city of Baltunoro, remain to the Administra tion, out of twenty-two of which the State is composed, and they retain even those by greatly diminished majorities. On the whole, the whig victory just achieved in Marland, may be con sidered ns one of the most digital and overwhel ming of any that wo have yet recorded. The land of Howard and William.", of Harney, Rogers and Decatur, has .spoken, and the tyrant of the White House, a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 16 October 1840

1 Tie touched Ins harp, nml nations lican!, entranced." From tho Ladies' Companion for Oct. THU SACKED JIIXST1UX. DV I.VIU.V It. FlOOt'llNIIV. Tim King of Israel sat in state, Within his palace fair, Where fulling fountains, pure nml cool, Assuaged tho Minimcr air. But shrouded was the son of Kish, 'Mid nil his renal jjiiuvi The essence of n troubled soul Swept foatiiiiifj o'er hi face. In vain were pomp, or regal power, Or courtier's Haltering lone, For pride and hatred basely sat Upon his bosom's throne. He called upon his minstrel hoy, Willi hair as hrijsht ns Hold, Who inusid w iliiitt a deep rcce., Where dropped the curtain's fold. Upon hi minstrel boy he called, And forth the sjripplinc came, With beauty on his ruddy brow, I, ike morn's enkindling Manic. "Give niisie,"said the moody kins, Nor raised his uloomy eye "Thou sou of Jesse, bring the harp, And wake its melody." He thought upon his father's thick, Which long in pastures srern lie fed, where flowed with silver sound Th...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 October 1840

toe Iw fvtt NOT TUB GLORY OF C JS S A R BUT TIXS WBX.FABB OF ROME. BY II. B. STAGY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1840. VOL. XIV....N0. 20. T IITIII.X. LOTION. Ji TVINU LOTION Highly esteemed for curing nil Eruptions Cnnrst-nes-, Reduc- and Pimple cm (lie Face Nc-k or hand-, anil e 'ectnally leaning the com-ilexiou, awl removing "II di-ca-es of the tciu" Nothing contribute .o mticli lo our uoiiernl success h lilc, a an engaging lirt appearam . Thi. Lotion i- a Imire.l a niot fragrant, mild, safe w:i li ami gieut tv i-teemed Air il- virtues in cleansing, -c.fifiiins, and p'urifyingthe .kintif nil er iplimi, sn utjiii-io is in Ic male I.e.i-ity, anil re-toring it to a high ilegrct! of pu ritv. A lea-ilil'd complexion i the P" '' of all who poes it, nml llie en vvol llio e who arc oeprivcu ot n. What i- .oatUvlingltia I eaulil'il U-m tliyn whojefai-c nsluro h.i.di.pl.ivc I lierpower,a.t Imd herconi'lox ion di-eoloiiru.l Willi di-gii-ting pimple--, which mar her t hat ins ? A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 October 1840

ygaMiii " One presidential (crm an economical admlnls tratlon n sound currency n protecting tariff low notaries and full prices ibr labor, ami the products ol'labor. WILLI AMNRY HARRISON. ron vice rnr. bident. JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. " In all nges and nil countries, it litis been observed, that the cultivators of the soil are those who arc lenst willing to part with their rights, and submit themselves H the will of a master. Wm. II. IIarmsox. " The people of the United States Nay they ever remember, that, to preserve their liberties, they must do Iheirown voting and their own fightius. IlAnnisoN. TllE BtXSSINOS OK TIIOUIANns 0" WOMEN AND nannEN, nii'cuED rnoji the scali'ino knite or the RCTIILE.SJ SAVAOE 01' THE WILPEnNESH, AND MOM TUB TILL MOnE SAVAOF. I'nOCTOtl, REST OH HARRISON yo tin ciAt.LANT AnMT." Simon Snyder's Afessage 'ic Ptnnnjltania Legislature, December 10M, 1813. ron ELECTOns, HON. SAMUEL C. CRAFTS, ) ,,.,. HON. H'RA MEF.CIL ' lstdist. WILLIAM HF.NRV, 2d dist. JOHN CO...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 October 1840

power upon their stato sovereignty, Is well known, as is also tlio utter shameless indecency mid disregard of oven tho appearance of justice, or tho forms of law which marked tho proceed ings. But monstrous and iniquitous ns were tho proceedings In consummating their crime, there was yet left ono more step in brazen im pudence, and that was to add to their outrage the insult of intruding upon the soil of that stato he had contributed so much to dishonor, that miserable party tool, Hugh A. Garland, clerk of tho House of Representatives. This was an acme in insolent assurance and contumelious disregard of shame, which few supposed even the tory party could bo guilty of. Yet so it is. And Hugh A. Garland after having stood up in Congress tho branded slave of fac tion and the politicd agent of its crimes, dared to harrangue the freemen of New Jersey upon those very rights and constitutional privileges which he had boon tho very means of violating and of trampling in tho dust. Well and n...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 23 October 1840

" He touched his hnrp, mid nations heard, entranced." TlltS U.VD OK 'l'JMIJ A DUEAM. bv Mtis. M. I.. o.MtnxEn. Upon n cloud of llcccy tight, I nazed on nil around s ... The Iicavensat noon wcro wrapt in night, Ar.d furious whirlwinds in tluir might Caused solid rocks to speed their flight, And shouk creation's hound. I sawlhoallVifjIiled nation stand, And view each rtoml enp't tower j Toueh'd liy the Almighty's awful wand, They crumbled 'ncath his witherhmhand, And scenes majestic, solemn, grand, Displayed his wond'rous power. Than rushing waters far more loud, A startling peal was heard 1 When, isiiinj! from a paited cloud, Round whom cherubic leL'ions crowd, As if hi" ijhiry they would shroud, tiabricl with trump appeared ! Upon the broad Pacific's breast One foot in grandeur trod, One on mount Etna's burning crest, Whoso heaviim bosom ne'er found rest Until this mighty anjjel prcss'd Tile footstool of his Ciodl Then looUintr upward to the ky, And round fiom shore to fhorc, While ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 October 1840

NOT T II I! GLORY OP O S A II DUT TUB WELFARE OP ROME. BY 11. Ii. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1840. VOL. XIV....No. 20. TVTOOKI'rf RSSLNCF. 01-' 1YJL L1FK. A. Valuable Medicine, which, ii' rightly applied, will le Iho means ot avinu- thousands iroin an untimely grave. It ha, been sold and ti-od for thirty years, with jire.it success, ami fiimul very cllirueioiis "in t lie following disease, viz. ('imu.nption, Wlmopinq Conali", com imm Cuiii;h( (Vd, tlilhVnll tliuathiiitr, Inllueuzu, Quinsy, Asthma, Plithiie, Spilling of Blond, Flatu lency, Indigestion, Looseness of the liowil', Fit-of ..v..,. t.inil. (Valium. liiul.fi. Coin-. (Jalarrlt. Dv.-on- tarv, Fainting, Hypochondriac Allbi'iion-, Headaches, Siekneut Siom.ich, Moali", a preventive of Con tagion disease, Ooul and Kliciimali.m. tCj'l he above Medicine i prepared l.y Henry Sey mour, of Iladlev, Ma. from the Original lleeipe, by thedirejtiim of -aid Moore, ami sol I liy him and the principal I)rnggtt in the Uni...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 October 1840

One itrcslilcnfl.il term mi economical adminis tration a sound currency-a pi olccllin; tniifl low salnrlcs anil full prlrcs for labor, ami llic products of labor, r o n r n r. s t n r. .v t. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. r o n vice r a r. s i n r. n t. JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. " In all nges ami nil countries, it lias been observed, that the cultivators of llic soil arc those who arc least willing to part with their riili t ., and submit themselves to the will of a master. W.m. II. IlArinisox. " The people of the Vailed States Way they ever remember, that, to preserve their liberties, they must ilo their own voting ami thdr own fighting. IIaiirison. "Tug nt.r.s.isos or thousands or wombs and eiiiLiir.BN-, tiKsct'Ki) rno.M tub scALi'isa icstrnorTiiB RUTIILBSJ SAV.lon Op TUB WIl.tlEnNBSS, ANtl MOM TUB TILL MOI1E ffAVAOB 1'nocTOn, lir.ST OS IIAIIRLSOX Nt) MIS a.ULVNT AllMV." Simon Snyder's McslllgC o the I'cnnstjlcania Legislature,! fecembtr lCWi, 1313. ron BLECTons, HON. SAMUEL P.. CRAFTS, H...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 October 1840

w Mr. Hoyt llio collector they can Jo any tiling and deponent believes tlint .Stevenson made tlicso remarks because deponent declined to itivolvu himself, by n j compliance with tliu overtures miulo to deponent at i Mr. Hoyt's house. And ifeiioneitt farther saiih, that he is now satisfied that hu has boon tho dupo of a conspiracy, which, tin tier thp pretence of gaining tho means to compel Gov. Howard to coniiuticdcponciil in office, and thereby U osist deponent, has lront the beginning had for its object to induce deponent by promises of reward, and then by THREATS Ob' PROSECUTION, toheeomc the instrutnent of violent attack upon the Governor nnd the whig party ( and deponent further adds, that in the progress of (his nll'air, tho said Stevenson has constantly spoken of the unlimited power he, tho said .Stevenson would acquire with the administration par ty, if he should succeed ill this nt tack upon the. wings. J, H. GLF.NTWORTH. Sworn this 23d day of October 1810, before me, J.P. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 30 October 1840

" lie tOHchrd his harp, nnd nntiiin licnitl, entranced." STAN V.S. I vc snt mill seen one. bright wave chaso lis follow on llii' strand, Then fall away, nor k-nvo a Irnco t.'pon the piintles sand t Though scnii'u the pebbles foil the shock, The waves have worn the solid lock 1 1'vo satnnd hoard the Autumn wind Amid the blanches play. So softly mild, m blandly kind, It scarci ly stin'd the spray ; Yet soon it Iwre Spring's walnut b'tith, To wither on its native earth. I'vi' sat ami wn the evening sun .Sink from the golden sky, His Ioiil', bright rnco of glory run, Anil cliiop his golden cyos So "low hepan'il, scarce chang'd the light. And yd lie left the woild in niflhl. And like yon sea is Hnnian Life I'vetiu'hkc billows, lollj Moment on moment, "trite on Mtife, That change us to tho soul And joys, like Aiitiitnti leaves, fall fist Hope sols and Iking'? light in past. I've stood on Hank's most dating height, And seen day's tiller risj In his nvniniliei'iieeol'li-'ht To triumph throu...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 November 1840

WOT THB QLORY OP C jB S A H, PUT TUB WB L P ABB Tr tToX, " BY II. B. STACY. J NJLT 0 N'JLE IlJr 0NT' P R 1 DAY' NOVEMBER C, 1840. ' VOL. XIV.InTssT TlI CORE'S ESSENCE 01' LIFE. A Valuable J.IX M ,l..,liciii.. wliii.li. il' riirlillv applied, will I c the Means of saving tlioti-amK froin an untimely grate. It has been old and ii-ed for thirty year.-, with great nieces, ami found very ellicrieious in nie louowiu kind. Cranm. Rick-el. Colic. Catarrh. Dy-en- tnrv, Fainting, Hypochondriac Allcclioii', Headache, Sicklies at Stomach, Mewle, a preventive of Con tagion disease, Gout and Rheumatism. JCTTho above Medicine i prepared liy Henry Sey mour, of Hadley, Ma-. from the Original Recipe, by the direction ot said Moore, and sol I by him and the principal Drngirist. in the United State. Sold whole-nlc and retail, bv J. A:. J. H. Peck Co ind Then. A. I'eeU & Co., Burlington, and l.y the dealer generally throughout tlie conntrv. DOCT. MAIlSIIAIiI.'S Aroinittc, Catarrh and Headache SM'FF....

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 November 1840

One nrcilrtcntl x term an economical a ImliiU iralion a sound currency a protcctlitR InrliT low salaries ntul full prlrci for labor, and the products ol'labor. WILLIAM IIENUY HARRISON. r o r vice rnr.nnr.NT. JOHN TYLER, Of Virginia. " In nil asjcsnnJ all coiintiics, it has been observed, that the cultivators of the soil arc those who arc least willing to part with their lights, and submit themselves t the will of a master. Wm. II. llAnniso.y. " The people of the United Slates May they ever remember, that, to preserve their liberties, they must do their own voting and their own fighting. Harbison. "Tnr. nu.ssisn'i or tiiocsauds or women and tniLpr.r.N, nr.scfro rno.M Tiir. scali'ino knice or Tiin BUTiiLEss savaoc or inn wn.Drn.snss, ano rno.M tub STILL MOnE FAVAOE PROCTOn, REST ON HAURISON no mis outAST armv." Simon Snyder's ATcssagt h the I'ennsylrania Legislature, December 10M, 1313. At large. ron ELECTORS, HON. SAMURl. C. CRAFTS, HON. i:.RA Ml-.IXH. 1st tlist. WILLIAM Iir.NRY, 2d ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 November 1840

PENNSYLVANIA. I'roin the Kvprrss, FORTY 8KVBN COUNTIES IN. N IN' 13 TO M3 11 HAM) l-'KOM. Wo .ire not (oiiijj to claim l'outmylvotiia for Gen. Harrison, though every thinj looks favor able now, for vc have reached never to claim Pennsylvania an a certainly til! this official re turn? are certified by the Win-rotary of h!tato : but wo have thahen down the hey Etona of Loco Pocoism in the Union ; we have battered the whole arcli to a powder, and there in not even a well standing abutment left. Certain it h, tliattliu run will be exceedingly clo'c, and with the returns in, the Whiga luvo a right to claim the State. We have been as careful a3 possible in what returns wo have, but many of them hastily gathered, in a State, the most dilli cult of any in the Union to collect return!) from, we are well awaic need confirmation, though one are used by us but in good failh, with an much abhorrence of deceiving, as any one ran have of being deceive .1. Indeed wo have con ceiled to the Van Huron...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 6 November 1840

s- "Ho touched his harp, nml nalions heard, entranced." THE SUM OK HFK. Searcher "f Gold, whoso days and nights All waste nwny in anxious care, I'.strnngcd from all life's pure delight", Unlearned in nil that is most fnir Who stillest not with ri-y elide, lint dclvcst in the depth of tide, And strugglcstin thcfcnni Oh como and view this land of grates, Death's northern sen of frozen waves, And mark thee out thy home. Later of Woman, whose sid heart Wastes like a fountain in the sun, Clings most where most its pain doth start, Dies hy the light it lives upon Como to the land of craves 1 for hero Arc beauty's smile and beauty's tear, Gathered in holy trust Unto slumbers forms a fair as thns Whose checks, now living, shim tho rose, Their glory turned to dust. Isrer of Tame, whose foolish thought Stcafs onward from the wave of time Tetl me, what goodness hath it brought, Atoning for that restless erium J The .spirit man-ion desolate, That opens to thy storms of fate, The absent soul in ...

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