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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 March 1843

THE DEMOCRAT. 1 hare aworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over, the, Mlud of Man.'! Thomas Jefferson P1UNTE1) AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume VS. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH, 11 1843. il'umber 46. ases i" OFFICE OF THE; DEMOCRAT OrrosiTB Sr. Paul's Cuimcii, MaiS-st ic The COL UMBM DEMOCRJ1 Twill be published every Saturday morning', at , TWO DOLLAR'S per annum payable j,aif yearly in advanceior Two Dollars Wll Ccnls' if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than 3ix months,; nor any jliscon tiriuancd permitted, until all arrearages, are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTSnot exceeding a square will-be conspicuously inserted at One, Dollar, for the first three insertions, ' and Tiventtj-five cents for every subsc. ' ' "qitcrit. nscrtlon. CT-i liberal discount ''made to those who advertise by Hie year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. LEGEND OF THE BELL KOCK. BY CAPTAIN MAMUT, K. N....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 March 1843

V waves 'vera 'Hid 'ttidnntains 'lilgU. tle jWevCr. accurtetl In 'ourrri'y-, If we except eca'me'n'bn board 'tallied; komo fragments the explosion on Jjoard the steamboat Mo- Bail were set ''masts, and there et'onittho temnaniirofsthe selle, spmdeaTsmce. Vc "was a rhince of r,afetyl-. ftVe havofalspT received a . M'Cliae spoke not. but watched the.helai. Mofying , Messago, wlfioh etatei Tlie wind shifted in their favor, and hope niinjbckil'ed is between (20 ant rose in every heark The, Frith or Tay those wounded from 60 to'100, n was now onen imd thev were saved 1 tally. ... , lip" from Ure mics thai the and '30, and very lieatt, 1,(10., r.nlll Ol -.lay wnsc wuunucu uuiu uiu ivu, uiuujr uiui ." ..1 . I- I iL' n' ' i-i- ii- r .1... Light-was the heart Of M'UIISO wnen lie l no uincinnau uuzeiio ui niunuajr, ic- kept away the vessel, and gave the helm ceived last night, states thai the Whdje up to Uio male. . He hastened to Kalejina number of persons killed, at the lale firo in c-jrt'....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 March 1843

P.tpjlts oh the tiahah and Rail lioai. ! ,-ABtilie amount 'of profitrnade on.all the 'Public' Woiks dlinng the last year, is sel 'dowri at 'over half o, million pf dollars,' it may be well enough merely! tn stdtu that Bitch is nnt the. fact. The people of this tlale, and we Enlist include the press, have been ,solon looking for profit, that at t tie VeYy fit'at p,li'mmor of surli a thing they Imagine it is in theit Treasury! More 'specially at present is this item of fancied profit held up to the pjiblie gatci by per sons whoso interests lead them only to Idok t part "of the tcrnrd, To get bt fet the exact balance yielded the common Wealth bv the public works itt 184- is im possible, but we enh show from the report '01 the Uaiina. Uommtssioncrs wnat tne profit amounted to in nine months the 'expenses for the remaining three months,. the heaviest portion of the year, were not An ado tip; except on the Allegheny and Portage Railroad, at the dale, of the report January 4, (843. From th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 March 1843

POETRY. 'TWAS YESTERDAY. -BY CHARLES SWAIN. Twas yesterday !' familiar sound, Heard ofi as idle breath ; Yet, pniliel like Mi n around, It spoke of woe "and death ! A mourner by the pastel stands In, mystic manlloof decay, Sltrot'ds in the night ofyeais its bands, And grasps all life away 1 Iligli from trie boundless vault of Tirqo The stars of empire veet ; Twas yesterday' they beam'i! sublime, The, mightiest in their sphere ! Twas yesterday revealed to Fle ' The rivel crowns of centuries flown,. Bhnw'd where a Phantom sat in state Upon the Caesar's throne I . Sccp.tre.and robe were cast aside! The ghastly bonks si&od bare; The rust fed on the, gauds of pride, The worm held council there. No answer ronld the phantom givc',-'' Bui to nur cmiJlint ptnyer replied Tint iwlll be said iif.aU that live' That 'yesterday' they died 1' Where are the Grecian conquests now, The triumphs of her lute! Dust rests on the Momeric brow, Her genius is mute ! Where are the glorious that fought For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 March 1843

1 I Mft .H f lMH . MMM - Mm H V K. V - Iliaie sworn upou the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form, of Tyranny ovr tlie Mini of Siauw'i'nomRi Jcffo ron PIUNTEB AND PUBLISHED BY U. WEBB. T$Htme VI. JBtiOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO TOT Y, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1843 OFPlUti OF THE DEMOCR'AT Orr.nsiru: St. Paul's Cinjncit,' Main-st Tfu dO'LUMJIM DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at .TJVO DQJjLjJRF per annum, payable half, yearly in advance, or i wo uouars Fifty Cents, if not puiil within the year. No subscription will betflkchfor a shorter 'period than six months; nor any discon tinuante permitted, until all arrearages re discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be. conspicuously, inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subse quent nsertlon. CT-t liberal discount made to those who a'lvertise.by the year. UEWTERS addressed on business, must be.post paid. POLITIC Ali. Senate Chamber ? t Harrieburg, Feb. 11, 18...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 March 1843

jAtf ACT to aulhorjslht ptcpU of Co- of the rihioval of their seat of Juttkt j jrom uanvuie to uiwomsourgi t Xtrtinn 1 ttn tl umirlnt K liulliafian. nte and House of. .Representatives of the "Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, In General Assembly met, anil it in hereby enacted by the'fiulhorily ofiho same. That it shall, ard may be lawful, for the qualified voters who shalt bo residents and inhabitants of ; the'ebiiniy of Columbia at llio time of the (passage of this act, to vote at lite next gen jeral election upon the question of the remo val of their 'isoat'of justice from Danville- to . UlnAmiKiltiT In at3rl innlu tin ilia miflnpf "-6T "V"," VI ' " .'following to wit: Hiose 'in lavor ot a lYenforal shall votea written -or printed tick- ' . , . i ; i . . ? fi. iubi pn inirm ubi nc. nnti cimiaiiiiiiir the word1 'for a removal and those oppos- (CU'lD a removal miau yuic a wiiiicu ur ijiiii- . jbii iickci laoeieu is aiuresaiu.cu. uuiiiumiiii' thif words, Against removal, the eaid 4i.1rat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 March 1843

-v The Old Racer Eclipst.Tt gallant old horse, aya ihe N'rY. 4 Spirit- of Iho Timet, has now attained the age of twenty nine, having been nine years old when he against Henry in'their memorable contest fur iho Championship of the American Turf. An old turfman who lately,. saw him for the first time, remarked that he was, all things considered, the finest hotso he ever flaw A Short Courtship.' A gentleman of S&"'J5 years of age, named Bakerly, saw for the first time, in Baltimore on Saturday, even- ing last, a young lady of 20, named. Mary Granly, became smitten, poped the ques tion, and was married the same night. Quick work that. Young in Sin. A letter from Stulgarl, Germany, states that the Oour ltoyale, of the Black Forest, sitting at Oberno:ff, has just been engaged in the trial of a boy etercn and a half years old named ScheiTer, for having, in six months, made 32 attempts at incendafrism, in five of winch he sue ceeded, and of which cnusad the destruc lion' of 30 houses, v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 March 1843

POETRY. THE STOIiEN KISS, Lady, you salu the other night. You did not think that it was right To kiss y'dtt'oti ttie UpK Yefblamo nte not, or blahio "tli beo That seeks the beet rose on the.lrce Andwhere Iha, honesty's fttiuwn to be Is -euro 4o light and sip. Or, if you still Tnytonduct blame, And think my first excuse is lame, Just pause and tail me why Your red lip'pouta so temptingly. And if it id 'come now, kiss me 1 SJorne might theawebt templatioos flee, But such one am not U And yet we holh aw right, perchar.ce, For I have heard that folks in France ArraBge it on this falion: . They kiss ttrangir on the hand, Upon the thtik a femalerientf, But lovers always may demand The lip, and plead their passion. If this b true, perhaps1) ohII aay, You ahouhj not take the lovei'a way,'v Untilrw a Ie)vrV Ah, ladyyif yoa answer so, My argumoats for" nothing go, , Atd if 'iwere trfed ia law, I kno.w ' You'd damages recover. , JP . ., For, Iho'Vgh llfit In. answer plead ' That I a loVsrwas i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 March 1843

ni I I li lt I 1 -' IIIlllAnil ft : J Maw? I hare' irdrribon .Vitir of-Go, ctctiiH hostility to every ftttn df tytadny over the Mind of'Maiii" Thofhii Jefferson V i !! ill Li i " , : '-'- .-. ... ; . - - . ... If, '3 IjpSS. i i' i i ' i'I'ii'WiM I ill iMI 0EF1CB OF TJIE DEMOCRAT Orroams 6x Pawn's Cituntjii Main's't ne CO tTflfUtf DEMOClMTtvttl be published evefy SatlirJaymorning, ut TJV.O DOhLAIiSpcr annum Jwiffce half , yearly, in advance, or Two, Dollars Fifty Cents, tnof paid within the mar ATo at6scrtjrjiqn will betaken for a shorter per w a inuu mx mamns j nor any uiscon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages attdistiharged. ADVERTISEMENTS nofexc.eedtns a square, will be con-iptcuously inserted at One Dollar for the ff(st, three, insertions, nml TmenUl-Uve rents for mpvii xlitmr. ntltrii ns'etilori, ICF lib'eral'tlisiouw ' i. At. ...I I J- - l.A .1 -T "i-.. . ma'ie ro woss iwju wivcn tsc 07 me wenr, be" post paid. Erumthe, Lancaster Intelligencer..,: ' 4 IRENE. . - BV D.. S; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 March 1843

A CONGRESSIONAL APPORTION MENT BILL PASSED. After every possible variety of legislative manoeuvring on all udet, a majority fit at length been found in both branches to agree to a Congressional apportionment bill. We innet the distriett as constructed by the bill reported in the Senate by Judge Wilcox, which is now in the hands of the Governor and which he will doubtless sign. DistrUls, Population. I. Soulhwark, Moyamensing Fassyunk, (county of Phila.) and Cedar and New Market AVanls in citv, 63,239 II. City oY Philadelphia, ex cept Cedar and New Matket Wards. 74,141 III. Northern Liberties and Spring Gardtn, county of Phil fedelnhixt 62,323 IV. Kensington, North and South Penn, Roxberough, Ger mantovn, Bristol unincorpora ted, Northern Liberties, Oxford Lower Dublin, Bybcrry, More land, Blockley, West Philadel- fhia and Kirnessing, county of biladelphia, 55,068 "V. Delaware and Monlgome ty 67,032 VI. Bucks and Lehigh 73,894 VII: Chester 57,515 "VIII. Lancaster 84,203 JX. Berks, 64,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 March 1843

CORUESTlOJf. , Hating ieen, in iirioui papers' tote tnenl thai our neighbor, Mr. Gaylord, of Plymouth, had become a. convert to the doctrine!, of the Second Advent, as taught by Millet and others, and opened his store and given away his goods, we take the lib trtyj without consulting MrG., to say, that, whatever may be his opinions aa to religious matters, in Ilia business, he is, as he always has been, a careful and prudent man, and has not been guilty of any such torn. foolery as is imputed to him by the malicious or ignorant. And, morever, we deem this using of a man's name, to his evident detriment, mixing up his supposed ieigio.us. belief with his secular business, Peculiarly reprehensible, and add, with pleasure, that any one who wishes (o trans act ordinary business with Mr. Henderson nulnriL will Grid him as clear minded, as mrrect and as cool al a bargain, as ho was weighs 376, and his four boys 052 pounds before Mtllensm had made some men, nail, making an aggregate of 1724...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 March 1843

mm gpfiTRY. S5 so as. Fiom the Plncllcer'bobker? "1 i'tijs .::. w MAN. j thilmV.lhtt lofty thingl.,. .. " The nilacc and fhi '.hronr. YheH'renbn site, pcepitf jilting) T And breaililes aritljnilgmeht t'utiej Oh-l-wrwrfilh silent atep ahull trace 1 lie bolder or that haunted placet ..! 1 .1 , J j!a"ior in nis waaknesa own iThatmyatery and marvel bind That lofty thing, the human mind!, Thaihaman heart, that Teitlet Tfiingl Tnejemptet and the Irieil; The joyouc.yet inn suffer'uir, Tne;nurre uf pain am! ptiilr-; "The,gpTgrnnii.tliroifgefl, 'thrdean'late, -TiiP'Veat iithive. tlir lair uf hate; 8lf-iunp. -oelf iTriHrill Yet do we bleat thee as thou in, fT j-Thou reatfea tliinVtjthe! human lieart'i The human snuR thai atirillnr fliinir! -"Mytleriotif ami sublime! T, he angel sleeping mi the wing, Winn y theti'Affe of Time!' The ,beaunfiil.Ttlie:eilri!v the bound. The earth enslaved, the lory-orbwne d . The elrickeriinite primrt i'rom nearen in leara in earth It aioie ,-Th'at startling' thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 April 1843

COLtlHBIA I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny Over the Mind of Man1." Thomas Jefferson HUNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB VohiBsic "VI. BL.OOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL, 14 1843. iV timber 49; nil MWMl.tT. i ''OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT bhposrrii'SST. Paul's Ciitmcii, Main-st TEPwMS: The COT. UMDIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, al TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents,-if not 'paid within the year. No substriplion tvill be taken for a shorltr period than hix months ; nor any discon tinuane'e permitted, until all arrearages 1 'arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for Hie first, three insertions and Tiuenty-five cents for every subse , guent nserlion. C?f A" liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must .be post, paid- 7 : SKETCHES OF THE WEST, tnu Indian's rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 April 1843

S.1TVHVJ1Y, JPMZi f, 1843; FOll iHESlDENTr JAMBS BUCrtAAtf. tSubject to the decision of a National Convention.) THE NEAVGpUNTX. The news "of iho passage ihroUgh the Senate of the bill erecting th"3 now county of Madison, has bfo'atetl ah itnexamplod excitement throftghtfot Iho district Interes ted. Had there been news spread am'drtg thcm.that a land of desparadotis we're" Stithi ORANGE ANTI-DIVISION MEETING. At a Meeting of the citizens of Orange; Fishing creek at.d Sugarloaf, township-,, held at the housejbflsaao U. Johnson, ih the town of Orangeville, on .Saturda-y the bSth day of March 1843, convened in pur suance of a short ndtice,. dn million, fSA"AC" KLINE, was- appointed President. Daniel Pealer, John B. Edgar, William Cole, John B. Hess, Vice Preset.. C. IV. Kline. A. II. Pottner, .1 SecrSane. The object dr. he meetiri-g being briefly by G. W. Lott, the following named per edns were appointed a committee to draft a , . . ' , .., . llv .. preamble and resolutions exriresslve ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 April 1843

, Wnereas our Senators S F. ifeatHev, haft brought forward a bill- iv tho sen ale'of this state which,, if it. slum J betnYriB ' law, will lake abuulhiie third C the teVr1 ry of this-rnUnty tn'He 'tncltrdcil ill aWtt !coutity,, lu be calledijrlutlis'bn, trga'ufet lie known nml expreBsedwill of a lar'geb'ouy '"of his rnnstituCjiitii. It xlmte'fuie, boc'bmea the imperative iluty nf "Uio'e- uppoWtl to "a Tretttfci1ttti 6'Pth'n terriiiicy oT'lhre comity1', lis "speak in such l-inua'gp as 'Can "be 'eat'ily 'understood h'y all concYmed. lfIien, rfe a citizun of that portiono'f Columbia rem my which wuulihbe iucltificdin the new rtiuhly and as an American citften, E claim, the Sight to be heard, upon tins question', which, is of the ulmnsl imparlance to. the present as well as ftitttto generations. What- id 'vsntage than wonlihthd iulubltanV 'of feu. garloaf and Fishing creek loXvnUiips- derive ironf ibis-' proposed measure? A's one being 'acquainted with, their? geography 1 ans wery "none...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 April 1843

OETIiY. From the Gorman of LahgWin., HABICH AND HATTIOH. A b'rfd lii (he'hand it worlh two in ihe bush!' There are. two little songsters well know in the land, There names are I have and Ohad I I have will come tamely and perch on your Irani), But O'had I will mock you most sadly. 1 have, at first sight, is less fair in tire eye Bnt his worth is by far the moio en during, Than-a thousand 0 had I's, that sit far and high, 'Gn -roofs and on trees so alluring. Toll many a golden egg this bird wilt lay, And sing you 'Be cheeiy 1 be cheery V O, merrily, then, will the day glide away Avd sweet shall your sleep be when weary. But lei an 0 had I once take your ye, And longing to catch him once sieze you, He'll give you no comfort nor rest till you die, Life long he'will torment you and teaze you. Hs'll keep you all day running up and down hill, Now racing, now panting, now creeping; While far overhead, this sweet bird, a this will, "With his goden plumage is sweeping, Theji e"ery wise man w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 April 1843

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PItlNTED AND PUBLISHED BV II. WEBB Volume VI. IJIiOOMSBUlftG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL, 3, IS4& Wuknfoer 5 THE 35 im i'a )B of ate ilio my iieta- or, I cut ot of Ins uWie It. J is the e ox- w,on. Iiofel, uf iye broke iron ii liis publio BR. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT OprosiTE St. Paul's Cirtmcn, Main-st fi TERMS : The COL UMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published evert Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable, half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if npjtdjtiithin the year. No subscription will en for a shorler period than six mb. or any dtscon tinuancepermilte 'l arrearages are discharged. .1 - D VER TlSEMEN'tfmexcccdin g a square will be conspiKh inserted at One Dollar for the firKe insertions, and Twtnty-five cents forevery subse quent nsertion. CJA tibial discount made to those viho advertise! the year. LETTERS addre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 April 1843

LEGISLATIVE. Tho following interesting debate took place in the noun of representatives, on Friday, the 3 lit of March. It shows up the board of Canal Commissioners, in not a vesy enviible light. We hope the question will be probed to the bottom, and if the Csmmissioners hare been tampering with members of the house, in order to sustain themselves in their office, we hope they trill receive that justice at tho hands of the Legislature which they will so richly deserve. Mr. HECKMAN submitted the follow ing: Whereas: it is alleged that certain mem bers of the board of Canal Commissioners flfthip Commonwealth, have held out in ducements or bribes to the members of the Legislature to corrupt them, and -thereby influence their votes on certain -measures pending before the Legislature; therefore Resolved, That a select committee of "three be appointed to cximinc said charges end have authority to send -fur persons and Tapers. Mr. HISUK.MAJ.N said it had been alle ged, and he thought it co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 April 1843

fejccttfeMfeT tfpbto Ttiti BORDER. $ clsv 0 Aroostook County Arrested by Mritish Authority and rescued by American Arms. We lenrn from the Bangor Whig, thai an American citizens by llic name of Dan- (el Savage, living wilhin llio jurisdiction of the State or Maine, and claiming the pro tection of her laws, has been carried off on civil suit by individuals known to bo au thorized agents of thu authorities of the Province ol Now Brunswick on (he lllli ijnst. and as the United States Troops aided in effecting tho rescue, the case must oe on letting one, but no particular account 01 tf circumstances has been given A meeting was held by the citizens or Hancock Plantations, and resolutions adopt ed rccommenuing tnat measures ne imme diately taken to avoid collision with the au 'lliorilies of New Brunswi and appealing to the Government, throu eir represen laves fur protection. Tl tation also 'embraced a vote'Jof thank pt. Webs- ter commanding theI troops at rV.lV.l.!.. Fort Kent, Tor so pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 April 1843

POETRY. From the French. 'CTJUE -ZOVEIIS .1VIEC, HV J. CLEMENT. TThen I must leave, alas I for ever, My native land 2nd childhood home; The ties thsa long have bound mo sever, And far from her, the loved one roam. Then ehauningTalc.'whcrc we have spoken Our words of love so pure and sweet, Since now thy charm for me is broken, 1 hail no more thy green retreat. Farewell, ye fields, oft robbed witli flowers Of my Estclle to deck the hair ; "And roses culled from Flora's bowers, To grace a brow, tha.i ye, more fair. And, farewell stream, whose limpid waters Their rapid course suspended oft, That sho, the boast of Beauty's daughters, Migllt lhero behold her features soft. Tarewell, ye meadows, ever verdant, Where infancy its passions breathed; And where in youth our love more fervent, The flowery garland mutual wreathed. And ye, fair trees, where oft we wandered, Our names to trace, out vows to tell, And" o'er the past with pleasure pondered, To you I sigh a sad farewell ! Trom tha Knic...

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