ALI. THINGS PF.RISH SAVE VIRTUE.
Sweet morn —so cool, so calm, so bright,
The briJal of the earth anil sky,
The dew shall wee|i thy fall to-night,
For thou must die.
“ Sweet rose”—whose fragrance now I crave,
To glad my sense and joy mine eye,
Thy root is ever in its grave,
And thou must die.
Sweet spring—so full of shine and showers,
It makes the weary spirit sigh
To think, with all thy herbs and flowers,
That thou must die.
Sweet music—e’en the lovely song,
Wnich from iny harp in window high
Is floating on the breeze along,
E’en them must die.
And all the bright and glistening train
Os stars that stud the deep blue sky,
Mpst they all perish—none remain
To glad the eye 1
And vales, end fluids, and rushing streams,
And mountains that in'ade the eky,
Are they as bascle ss as our dreams 1
And must they die 1
And all that’s beautiful and fair,
On Nature's face—love s melody,
That makes sweet music of the air—
All, all must die !
A man, frail form of serreless clay,
Though now his glance is proud and high,
Perchance upon this passing day
He, too, may die!
Buftlie bright sou!! that, shrined within—
The quenchless light in mortal form—
Though dimmed by misery and sin,
l)t fit's the worm.
"When all the stars shall fade away,
And suns in their own blaze expire,
And trackless comets cease to stray
With wand’iing fire—
The soul shall ever live, nor know
The lapse of time, but dwell on high,
Arid share—in endless joy or wo —
Tell roe, ye winged winds,
That round my pathway roar,
Do ye not know some spot
Where mortals weep no more 1
Feme lone and pleasant dell,
Some valley in the West,
Vi here free from tod and pain,
The weary soul mry rest 1
The loud wind rivim'leti lo a whitptr lew.
/, i,d figl.id lor jit) at it unwind, "No!”
Till roe, thou mighty deep,
Whose billows-round roc play,
Know'pt thou some favor'd spot,
Some Island far away,
Where weary man may find
The hills for which he sighs;
W In re sorrow neior lives 1
And friendship never dies?
The loud waves rolling in perpetual flow,
Flopped for a while, and sighed to answer, “No !”
And thou, serenrst mcon,
That with such holy fate
Dost look upon the t rth,
Asleep in night's embrace,
Tell me, irt all thy round,
Hast thou not seen some spot
Where miserable man
Might find a happier lot ?
IT hind a cloud the moon withdrew in wo,
And a sweet voice, but sad, responded, “No!”
Tel! me, my sacred soul,
Oh 1 tell me, Hope and Faith,
Is tl’.cre no resting place
From sorrow, sin and death ;
Is there no happy spot *
Where mortals may be blessed,
Where grief may find a balm,
And weariness a test ?
Faith, Hope, and Love, best beens to mortals given,
Waved their bright wings, and answered, “Yes, in
A Fact for thf. I’nnFKoi.OGisT.
Daniel Webster, though having- a re
markable memory of incidents, lias no
faculty for remembering names. In his
defence of Wyman, in discussing the al
legation of the government counsel, that
the dates of many of Stanley, llrcd and
Skinner’s notes were fabricated ly Wy
man. Mr. Yv. had occasion to mention
the firm several times, and on every oc
casion he uniformly named them wrong;
sometimes calling the second member
I' iske, generally the first Stanton, much
to the amusement of the crowd and his
own vexation ; until, to cap the climax,
he came out with “ Stanton, Fiske &
Nichols.” There was a burst of laugh
ter, and Mr. W. turned abruptly round,
saying, “He believed he should, call
them so till the day of his death.” The
next time, however, be came out very
triumphantly and deliberately with Stan
ley, llec and & Cos., in full. The same pe
culiarity is also mention-d of Napoleon
—dates and names he could not remem
ber, but incidents and localities, particu
larly the latter, he seldom forgot.
A Rem vrkable Instance of Acci
dental Recognition occurred, accord
ing to the “ Eliiston papers,” in North
Britain, in 1793. Mrs. Cross, of Covent
Garden Theatre, was, in that year, acting
in Glasgow, and on one occasion the
Provost being present, the Indy had no
sooner made her appearance nri the stage,
than the agitated functionary exclaimed,
“ Stop—stop the play ! I would speak
with that woman ?” Great was the con
sternation throughout the auditory at
this highly dramatic entente , and the
curtain being immediately lowered, the
perturbed Provost made his way at once
in o tiie actress’s dressing room. After a
low hurried words, he discovered her to
ho his ou n wife, from whom he had been
separated for nearly twenty year-’. Each
had supposed the other dead! The ma<r
is rate, hereupon, bore off the Indy arm
in arm, to his own house, and the next
evening she took her place in front of
the theatre, amongst the patronesses of
art, where she was quite as much a he
ro ne as when sustaining the wees of
Qj, is(a herself.
OF BOOK AMD FANCY JOS PRINTItVS
Will be neatly executed at the Office of th.
American Democrat, ou Mulberry Street.
Our collection of Job Type is New
and comprises every varie
ety desirable, to
enable us to
our work in a scperjob stAXxrt
CONSISTING OF GENTLEMENS’ LEGHORN,
Panama, Manilla, and palm-
All of which, will be sold a- low as the lowest-
May 21. 2
A DWELLING HOUSE in Court House
j , J Square.
Also two Rooms over the subscribers Store
Possession given first ol October next.
CHAS CAMPBELL At Cos.
Aug. 23, 1543- 15
U VGGING AND «UiPE.
QfLfA PIECES heavy Gunny Bagg.ng,
Um •• Kentucky, Uo
50 “ Kusia, do
2no “ Coils Manilla Rope,
SUO ibs. Bagging Twine. •
For sale on reasonable terms, by'
CHAS. CAMPBELL &. CO.
Aug. 23, 1843. 15
SALT & IRON.
O/'AfA/'l SACKS Liverpool Salt,
20 lons Swede* Iron,
b ur sale by
CHAS CAMPBELL & CO.
Aug. 23, 1313. 15
SUJAR, CDPF -E,
QJA HHDS. r. R and St. Croix Sugar,
r£\J 2no lugs Rio and Laquira Coffee,
3d Hilda Cuba Molasses.
With a general assortment of Groceries and Staple
Dry Gouda bur sale by
CIIAS CAMPBELL & CO.
Aug. 23, 1843. 15
PTMIR large two story DiVELLIXG HOUSE, on
JL Cherry street, now occupied by I. G. Seymour,
Lsq. Ayp vto ISAAC HOLMtS, Agent.
August 16, 1343. 11—ts
r3?IJE subscribers continue to keep on band at the
-i olil stand, opposite rile Wiisln glon Hall, n good
nssortmeistof Groceries, Bagging, Cjali, Iron, &c., which
they will sell low for cash.
C. CAMPBELL &. CO.
Macon, June 7, 1313. 4 ts
THE subscribers having formed a Copartnership.
under the name and style of Cowles & Nicoll,
and taken the stand formerly occupied by Tims. A.
Brown, in East Macon, beg leave to inform their
inends aud the public, they have supplied them
selves with, and will keep constantly ou hand a gen
eral ass.ir nielli of I)R V GOODS, GROCERIES,
RAGGISG, ntu.x, KAILS, SALT, DATS.
SHOES, SADDLERY, ipc. q-r., alt of which they
other lor sale at prices as low as anv .tlier store in the
city. Wit COWLES,
FRANCIS E. NICOLL.
August 8, 1343.
The subscriber having Sold bis stock of goods and
leased his store to Messrs. Cowles & Nicoll, would
respectfully solicit for them that patronage, which
lias so generously been extended to him.
TIIOS. A BROWN.
E. Macon, August Sth, 1843. 13—ltn.
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
TTAVIXG received this day, per Steamer J God
All. danl. the nalatice of his Spring purchases, is now
prepared to offer to the citizens ol Macon am vicinity,
n lull nod complete assurtmi nt of fashionable
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
consisting ot every variety and style ol Coats, [’ants,
add Ve-ts, suited ( r the season, together w ith a great
varet.vof Summer Scarfs, Stocks, G oves, Shirts, Col
lars, Bosoms, Suspcin crs. Ac., &c.
Also a splendid assortment of Cloths, Cnssinteres
Vestings, Drati de Tne*, Ciimbf ts. Linen Drilitn s.
&c., allot which will lie sold or made up lo order on
the very lowest.t rins for Cash.
Feeling fully competent that I can make it for the
interest ol gentlemen replenishing their wnrdrob s n,
purchase ol me, I respectfully solicit a call from al
at the Store, one door below J. A. &. S S. A’irgin’.
Jewelry Store, and directly • ppnsite the north-west
front oi'.the Washington i all, where unprecedented
Britain* may always be found.
Macon, May 24 2
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
at :;lw rcr,it praters.
"F B' R FS. ofii-rs to the
VKife. \t-.- . A ewspuhlica his store «n AluL
berry street, no extensive stork
•\ ot Si Hot) , L \\V. t|EDI
CAL and MISCt-LLANE
()L’S 80. K.S
Fatnilv and Pocket Bibles Prayer and Hymn Books
oi ev« ry kind und s zf, in various binding.
J. B receives; as soon ns published all the new
works horn n e Harfier’s ami other publishing houses
m New \ „rk, Boston aml Phil*:, Iphm, . mbracm ■ a I
the cheap und fiislnomible lirera ure of the duv,
winch lie sells at New \ ork prices.
SocTntß.v and Missouri Harm >.ny, Kingsley's Fhcial
Choir, Juvenile Singing Book, Mason's f acrid
liAr.r, Base Primi r, Dicti .nary of Musi
cal Terms, is-c., 4c
Hl.ink Kooks cf every description Court, Re.
cord, and Docket Rooks, various sizes.
Ledgers, Journals, and Day Pools; Invoice, Record,
Eelter, lj ill and Receipt Rooks; Inderes .for
Ledgers, Pocket Memorandums 4. Pocket
Ledgers, ts-c., .j>e.
Super Royal, ’'oval. M, dium, Demy, nnd Folio Pos
Writing Paper : Foolscap, Packet Post, and Letter Pa
pers, 1 uled and plain ; superfine Let er and Note, mlt
edges; Tissue, Blotting. Ktivolope. Wrapping, and
Hardware Paper; best Copying and Oder! do. fruited
Bill Paper; blank Bills ot r.xchange and Notes ol
Hand ; Gout Inner; best English Drawing do., and
Bns'o' B ards ; fine Satin surlace V siting Cards ; Mu
sic Paper and Bonnet Boards, <jv.. .
Sealing Wax, Waters, Quill*. Bte. 1 Pens India Rub
her, l lack Sand. Drawing and Cedar P. m il-, Lerter
Seaisaml Wafer bt imps. Ink S ami* and Pocket Inks;
best Find B.aclt, B.ue, and Red Ink; \n.old's «uue
nor Copying do; Indelible Marking Ink : fine Cray
ons, tet L. lors Hi Boxes and Single; extra super
o i o rn ? lue » Mn’l cinauc* 1 Instrument.*, Parallel
Rwlefsfcea.ts osvl Dividers; Uoger's best Cutlery, Seis
«or«, Pen and Ohiee Knives, and Erasure j Desk
Weights, Letter Pries and Racks; Porcelain Slate*.
Coes* Men and Liards, Buck-gammon Boxes; Port
lobes Pocket book* and Wallets; best Welch Slices
and Pences | or schools, Copy Book* and School Pa
per, 4'c , 4-e-
J B. would jwpvrl fully invito teacher* nrvl others
who tray worn School Book*. tocnlland examine hi*
atoek ; which will he fluid at the lowest posts,blc prices.
fvr Gith— wholesale and retail.
Coun-ry Merchants ran he sttpp'ied with paper bv
•he ream ns low as it can he purchased in New
I'trk, and in mnnv eases much lower. Ali orders
rom theconntrv «ill he promptly nt-md-d to.
ramrantyon hand ast,ck of Lite BLASKS. printed
On the best foot soap paj*r.
tJ'mik Ito ks nd raper Ruled mid Pound
to order, in the best manner lioek Find,
i sr in genet a! a'tended to.
Macon. July ID io
~~8 h I N K S
OF EVLII I D ESC It IP TION
FOR SALE AT Tills
DU SIS ESS.
f|'IIF suhsi riber tenders his services to hi- friends
* an t the public, in the nlmve business. For ma
ny t ear- he has bi'cn actively emploved in this ci'y,
conducting the various branches ol trade intimately
connected with the interest of planters. He pledges
bis personal attention to matters intruded to bis care-
Savannah. July 5. 9tf
IS SOLE AGENT FOR THE SALE OF MV PILLS
IN THE CITY OF MACON, GF.O.
B. BRANDRETII, M. D.
Macon, May 31 3 ts
AT IJARNES’ ROOK STORE
Tim Neighbour— I Translated by Mary Ilowitt, 12 1-2 ct*
Hannah Moore s Works. No. l t • - 25 44
The Fals : Her, by James, ... 12 1-2 “
Thf. I o»r Ship. ' 25 “
The Llfe op John C. Caihom, . - 12 1-2 “
Bui.wbr’s Novei s, at 12 i-2 and 25 cents.
James’ 1 o. Do. Do.
Family I.israby. at 25 cent* r»ch.
AiiboVs Euhofk, No. 10, 25 cents.
fi t ANDEK I NCICLOPXMAs No 9, 25 ccrY*.
Mg n.i.ocirs Oazettekr, No. 1,25 cunts.
Sharspeahb complete with entzravinga lor $2 00
Macaulay’s Essays complete, lor 1 00
Macon. July 26, 11
CARRIAGE RE DOS I TORY,
On Mulberry Sheet, Near the Meth
f jPIIR *ub c cribcr is receiving large nddi'ions to h;«=
■ s».irk of COACHES CHAW IOTERS. B R
ROUCfJKS, BUGGIES, WAGGONS, &c., &c..
from some of flie best Northern Maiiiifacferiep, which
were made expressly for this market, of the best mate
rials, and are warranted equal, if not superior to those
of anv other establishment Those in want of anv
description ot Carriages, will find it for their interest
to examine the quality and priees of his assortment.
REPAIRING, in ail the and flerem hranehes, e.xeju
r ed in the b»*«t manner, by experienced workmen, at
les- than f »rm»*r prices.
Carriage Makers, \vi 1 find n good assortment ot
Elliptic Springs, Axh trees turned and boxed. Dishes.
amirs* Banda, K mbs, Patem <Sf Top Leather, Laces
Si k and Worsted Fringe, Tassc s, and ahrio t every
article required in tht*ir business, at Augusta prices.
July 26. 11 3m. .1 W BABCOCK.
F. W. Johnson propes to publish a weekly, in the
town of Forsyth, Monroe county, Ga., a political, lit
erary and scientific newspaper, to be styled “ 7 Vic
Enterprise and edited by an association of Gentle
men who are without duuht able to make it 33 inter
esting* as any paper now published in the State,
Is principles, so far as politics are concerned, will
be truly /democratic , , ml nothing shall g*o into its col
onies bm what is spirited, hold and energetic. A
portion of its columns will also be filled with weli
written literary and scientific productions, and par
ticularly the results of practical dcmonstiations m
the science o Agriculture.
‘The Enterprise’* will be printed on good paper
with fair type, on a sheet 13 by 21 inches, at the*
low price of One Dollar a year, on the cash system
°nly. The first number will be issue and about the Ist
of August next.
HjTAII communications, or letters on business of
any kind must come free of Postage, and addressed
to F. W. JOHNSON,
July 15, 134$ Forsyth, Ga.
10,000 2,('00 lbs. lltimv anfl Shoulders.
For suit* by C. CAMPBELL &, C n
Macon, June 7, 1313. 4
REPRINT OF C.l A3IUEIi.S’ KDINUI li
Published at the “ Albion ” Office, 3 Third ay it., S. 4'.
In order to rut this work within the reach of all
classes of the public, wc have determined to issue it
at tbc very low price of One Dollar and a Half per
-iiinum; and also to furnish it to agents at a discount
from ibis price of thirty-three ami a third per cent.
And in order to disseminate die publication still more
extensively, wc have resolved to give individuals
who may order five copies the ad vat; faces possessed
bv agents, and to extenil to them the benefit of the
discount. A remittance of Five Dollars, then, pro
vided it be in funds at par ill the city of New York,
of not more tlio'n five per cent, discount, will com
mand five a-'iiual copies. The publication weekly,
icont.tins eight pacres, and is printed in the quarto
‘orm, with mat type ami on good paper. Our edition
will be an exact transcript of the Edinburgh copy.
It is si arcely necessary to state that the low price at
which we ulTer the work, will oblige us to adhere to
the Cash System widmut any deviation whatever.
August 9,1843. 13—4ilcip
M. s. BALL & CO'S
DAILY EXPRESS ASP GESERAI. FOR
U'ARDISG ASD COMMJSSIOS HOUSE.
f JSHE <le trnl Bail Road and Banking Company <>
Georgia having granted to the subscribers the
privilege of running an EXPRESS over their Road
during the present year, with the p mlege of ail apart
ment under their own Lock, they ■ ff r superior advan
luges for the prompt and safe conveyance of valuable
Articles, Specie. &e., &c , and rein hopes ol being
ah'e to make an arrangement with the Post Office De
partment, by which they will be allowed to carry a
M t I Bag.
They are prepared to receive and forward Golds o
ail descriptions, to and from Savannah ami Macon and
inti rmcdiatp p aces, ad l» tween Savannah ami Char
lesion, w tth the greatest safety nod desj ate t; and will
also pay particular attention to the paten i.-e of G >uds,
collection and pay lien' ot t rafts. Notes and Biils, anil
transacting all kinds of business in tile above places.
They have also ex ended their arrangements to run
their Express tty the Sou'.liern Boats to Ptcolata, in
Florida, and intermediate places on that route.
•Ma o.n —Office at the Washington Hall.
Savannah—Office at 153 Bay Street
Do. S I’htlbiiek, Agent, lor receiving nnd
lorwarding Goods and Merchandise.
Charleston. S. C.—Amos Head, Agent, office No.
9G, East Bav.
M. S. BALL & t O.
June 29, 7 if.
NEW, CHEAP & DESIRABLE GO DS.
SAMUEL J. RAY, & CO. •
HA\ 1. just received and are now opening a genera
assortment ol seasonable ST API E AND
FANCY DRY GOODS »|„ch they will *II
ream ed prices (nr Cash, being anxious to reduce their
present large Stock, among which imiv he found -
Superior \V oul-dyed Black, Blue-Black, and Invisible
Cassimere.-, woolen, velvet, Valentin, & satin Vestiro s.
bliinn. Is, Uteri tines and prime . Orleans Cloths
rrm n, iinu American Prints.
Chaheys, Muslin de Lames French Collar nnd Capes.
Blai k, Mue-black and rich fight fancy colored Silks
Black, India Stuns, Indian Coral Spiral field, Pon.ree.
Linen, Cambric and Grass Linen Handkerchiefs
Maslin de Lame an I t'atin Shawls, Neck Ties, and
Irish Linens, Litton Shirtings, Liwns and Diaper*.
Jaconet, -wtss, Nanso.ik am! B u.fi Muslins
S Ik, Colton and Worsed Hosiery, Gloves, and Sus
2' V*';i nn • <s !>>rts and Pan's, Stocks and Collars.
IS* I I it ksL ° vV,l &- Bicached .Slur tin us ami Sheeting
b 'P' run Bleached Long Cloths, Cat ton Flunuels and
Kerseys Lins-vs, s,tp Bel am! Negro Blankets.
Htell and Pmff.h. 1 w,s Stoe. and Ruling Combs,
bpo.l Ihread. Tapes. Pros, Btm.ms, &c!
\\ t!f, many other arm ies UK, tedious to mention.
1 * 53 1 urcliasers wdi hud it to the»f Hiieiest to call.
May 24, 2 S ' J KAY CO
Month* after date, application will be made
to the Honorable, the Inferior Court, when sitting
j. r Ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the real Estate
cf D. 11. t.inmons, late of Bibb county, deceased.
IA.ME3 M. (■ItEEN, Adnie.
June I, 1843.
THE undersigned, at the solicitation of many friends,
prop.>ses io publish, in the village of Marietta, Cobb
County Georgia, a weekly newspsper under me utiuve
title. He is assured that a wcil couducteu newspapi r
is mueh wanted in this region, and so tar as Ins humble
efforts will go, should t« meet with encouragement,
t lie Advocate shall add to die reputation of die Cliero
k> e Country, affording as it does, the roost sa ulirious
ciltne, with a tei'tile and productive soil, not surpassed
in the Union.
The Advocate will lie decided in its po!i ics, while nt
l e same time due res iect will tie paid 'o tile opinions
of those who may diff t wit It u- Be teviiig in a stru t
eoustruciioii ol the ! onsiiiu.on, nstite oiuysure guar
ntMee to the liistituijuus of the south, and of ti e two
great parties now before die country, that the Demo
crat e Parte, with Juhv Oai.HOCM at its head, is the
one on whicn to look tor the earrytng out llio-e prtnet
pies, the Advocate will support ilie principles ol that
Party, ami he man, whoever he may he, selected by
the National Convention to carry out is principles.
Agriculture —that most important branch of industry,
will not be neglected in tin pages of the Advocate
To this nrancti we shall devote much attention, and in
addition, to such selected articles, as may lie of inteost
to this -ection, we will endeuver to procure the assis
anee of the tarmers in Weste n • ieorgia, who, by giv
ing their own experience und mode of enltu e, will
bring f rward others, and thus all reap a benefit.
Tne Advocate may also be looked to (or such items
of news as we may receive from different sections of
he country, and a p irtton of its pages will be devoted
to light reading Itw il he an object of the undersigned
to make the Advocctesuelia paper as every subscriber
will feel a pleasure in y rusing finnsell, and hi pi icing
before iiis family, and when Ins year expires, renew Ins
subscription w ith a smile on his countenance
The Advocate will he printed on an imperial sheet
with new tvpe, press, &c. at Three Dollars per an
num, in advance—no subscription will be taken for
less than a year. Advertisements will be inser.ed at
l Lie Do lar per square of twelve lines for the first inser
tion, and Seventy-five Cents for each subsequent one—
egal Advertisemeii's will lie inserted at the usual tales.
Job Printing of every description will he executed with
neatness and despatch.
M. M. CALDER.
July 10, 1343.
THE PETERSBURG REPUBLICAN.
I elieving the present to be a crisis too important to
ttie intere-ts ofthe emocratic party to allow anv press
devoted toils cause to sink for want of support, the
subscriber has, at the instance of many friends, con
sented to assume she editorial guidance of the i eteis
Recognizing in tile late temporary defeat of D moc
acy the necessity of recurrence tor future success to
lie fundamental prt ciplesof .States’ Rich s, and their
strict application to all Federal issues. The Repabli
can will neither in itseli exhibit laxity of political fault,
nor tolera e its indulgence in others, but will undevin
mgly adhere to the noble principles, as admirably em
noilied by one of our distinguished Slate-men—‘Free
raue; low duties; no debt; separation from Banks;
economy; retrenchment; aud stitct adherence to die
'Flie successful maintenance and permanent estab
ishment ofthis wise and jus system of measures must
greatly depend on the judicious-selection of the l eino
crane candidate lor the next I residency, and hi lievmg
lie amplest guarantee of these important ends to lie
Horded by the eminent abilities and unsullied faith of
.l( LiN C. CALHOUN, the Republican will advocate
ins claims to the Humiliation of the National Conven*
ion. These claims will be enforced with due res I left
o the prelerenei sos others, and the cordial support of
!:is press will be given to 'he Nominee of a Conven
ton so assenil 1 and as to tie general, ar.d so co.isii u cd
ts to give a clear expression to tne will ofthe majority.
The IV'ero burg Republican will, ns heretofore, be
published three Lines a wees, at Five Dollars pe: an*
mm, aiw avs payable in advance.
The subset.tier will assume its control on the third
Monday in June, un ti which (tine all communications
will be addre.-sed to him (post paid) Richmoi and.
W ASH I GTON G KEEN HOW.
Richmond, 31st May, 1343.
% Z& Sitoinnts, eo M
COM .MIS ION MERCHANTS,
: Suit iitu ii,;
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unc 14, 1843. 5
SCTXo INCREASE OF PRICE Is ASKED FOR THE ENLAR
gi and and beaui ified CoI rier, nnd lor the purpose oi ft
eihtming the fonuation ot duns, of which anu old rub.
rcribtc olft, mlnig will be considered us one, w e offer
• hr e copies of the Saturday Courier, 1 year, or
otte copy lor tli ee years, id - - s">
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welve “ “ “ 15
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Five corjirsof the Saturday Courier, and I copv
ut Frost’s new I’icioriul History oi America, a
65 book, 10
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Family Journa', at all approaching in worth, beauty or
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