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Kenosha Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 19, 1852, Kenosha, Wisconsin I will it t OF ADVERTISING Cnr column JIT BY KENOSHA WIS FRIDAY JS SS CARDS W ATI T M -I V In- t fir Ill 1 -.1 Tuli will In nn.1 I 1 hi Jl My you sec Vm you would My tire hfk My one my child All liy And tuy her twins My her She's u pattern And ho ln.-r tVw mcti ii Hfe She ne'er hurl mortal Till he had won her heart Awl my rhe sumc seldom known Her has my wui in eyes VOK jny up With the TH a domestic 1 MU ii all my aim And rny is tuo My the LIFE OF Jl at Me on Sunday IS 52 P fur Uio Boston mind The loftiest form of never j inertia of hill in its time Men cannot understand or j that is on his side The man is it Guinea negroes juggler able with us to no conventional standard than ami were j lire in or to lar in their of They got nml honor de of got no a eross by J M who himself tlie if the funeral discourse on j tween two crowned with Henrietta Maria daughter of Henry the Fourth of he died eleven Galileans gathered Krance and wile of Charles the First of England I to lament their Lord Any man can he n task far easier ninie t onlay Site indeed the daughter of a king assassinated in his own tlie widow sure a hands wide and so many beside but it takes a mountain of intellect to measure the Andes and Altai put to death of hij own palace Her But now and then creates u great mighty IVM n J T M JH V ife was hv tlic murder of her royal and the execution of hor spouse i and silo far from kith kin Hut lor that man in his youth thu oi the Church sorrows of her and IUT estate it easy for him to up the iti his arms with uwn tears to show muti who mankind times lie reaches tar on iuta other atr ioa as public opinion is and numbers these nre tue two factors of the American product the multiplier ami the multi- millions of men Hence it U more study men before hfart to know their ity and intimity for this is to measure one of the greatest popular forces for the present and ilie future It is also lo to separate the real great and of the real a i the good iVom the changed mou's of political 22 on he the a years worus isrant irom New met him or limi ami this the son of inim livo or die or It is indeed groat man th v h- -U he used un u 01 w water the horses And the great tij the It little Mack Dan that uitt water tiie Jr that had If a man finds the way alone should he not be to crave of having found tlie wav He had ibr eatton Th arv man is of the greater will hy and hv unite j tlic mi in himself the four great of j of he will change those ideas ness literature the him Hampshire he was seldom at Only two or in the year was there a school and that was two or throe wont Daniel a tlian uil of sway them every one bin as he is greater other men in the will he i w you I've thought Thv two I VULI f I My f Oli my And you'll to-day Story the nothingness of mortal glory and the opposed and too flic tall house in the life hearers to his i street darkens the grocer's window opposite and i as the mother lays the he ranst strike his light sooner tlian before birig lo her bosom its grief To-day Unman nature loves to honor great men and it it not so with me Uf all mv this often honors many a little one under the mistake trying day Give me yon i that he is great Sue how nations honor the really lilies my friends the of my position its too Socrates Jesus the loftiest of Bnt how many false I urn to speak of one of the have been whose lifu leads to be- td to If a not for the world hut for the saloons of for its its mob A great ia an elephant in the li an bactie the ally it ymi ran keep is the of all is cold by several X a secretary to but by the nature uf I thousand before yna and me we cannot I and a daughter of that j ablest intellects 1 urn to speak of a him If only a years pF j with which yon are INSI M A ON iu love with the princess win hl of one When years old lie to the lor a few then lo jrr n ol and uu the ally t enn fol l him n right hut if the mind He was an live he turns about he is fiv and trends I r i-o his master under his Great have a outward 1 he the n -1 bus ll c of turning around other way lie was more than the it- V self had a in his head It takes time i couM he and of oxen 10 a of w and to the top of Mount bnt tlu p H glc there on own wide and aAs u- no had little bri to help lam the i- in New and rwa of i fl head Was that a bad and 1 said he to learn ne are men to conspicuous The city corporation of has addressed this petition to The government of the world by is France and you the of I seperate there i a between with this ihr trv those tutelar which form the tu carry him on her to a neighboring nu know lam not i to-day is also no the mayor and alderman of Toulouse In is the school in the vacation Tie luw one wnh I ar cr lo through frost l trivial wrongs You will not ask me the great bad or has led me lo often only f yet finding a hai 1 Yankee N Halter to condemn because good and with him the he lias Tin on i w L- t si hewn I he are so deep a ad easy to lint as the are so Urge in us how j or or by men he readied the of Then he was IIII Mr J s unjust lo be in is it for us to sec a great man honor him j snu men great accident i ir Mr Gore and of in i loved my daughter Only is beautiful in lovu him reverence him trust him Crowds of j jjr word went like ing his older brother to keep school He was lie had A I ill f i SSI K t- ami 1 have cuna lo me art worthy it is reverential to treat c man like come lo look upon a hero's who are Hence I of the bar in with a f Ihee two lives Take thy i 1 child ill fear Cod mid love one an your sympathies This Iain of i i be as tender in my judgment as a woman's love I will try tu be i- fair as the justice of man I tax vear lime Mr E u KINS a mineral in 1 i nilo a nut Mr tlie it cv of em- i to a man They say that women rhe 1 u 1 lhu l ls most of this and so arc most attachable l record Th mm 0 vuu M m L waved by persons least by ideas Woman left to lie md Nature will mind and and they say crush i us such as he I will take I her bosomy when a great man ml a -I and lliu being T A iih fur a hy thai you sit on t clr Ac -i 11 t- tl The will lak i 1 say A great man is the of the individual and prophetic Mower fuirent of seeds i will be men This is the greatest work of a poor and and moon and sun he l-ft a -11 of the universe i l lower lhan ami the aloe KIM run kmd who tree it blooms but once an So we should an- nth f no love and it more America h ir in ir Are i There have been in her in comes he is wont lo us all and take us by the heart if lei alone will have nn influence in to hia of and great man us the impression of ids we shall harden in known also in the lire of and keep the mark Stump leiter on C ho w very frail it seems I to of e- in bnt burn that clay in the fire and though Nineveh has a wife nnd soon has two und two perish and a heap of ruins is his wile that brick keeps the tetter to this is in in ISIi iu iii n -S I years old he i a member of Le lay As with bricks so with nations A man may do one of two things in j Convention and is one of the leading members strength ol mind ana gooH great man he ot right there bu: at the same rmc the bad great man for as each panicle of uf I distancing rivalry of and has an attractive force have a great bred His U-r so panicle of and num in hi the has iu force which attracts ul other his info their fiction and reach far onward into the future He But ns we somewhat control our activity jn hv progressive increase of power over and mind so we ought to know if what we follow be and show their value r i greatness or seeming and of of the was a wanted Ia he t the vl def nee He had the l-f lie it- d h unit early large g f a m form i c I not he hid in Boston Jt gives light wall r hi enter the Jn he elected i-j r from Boston In to the of fnc States In lie i- Sc of State Again a private in In the in in l n n w h or of statement of in BLANKS OF ALL KINDS Curds and Allow not I she is g cat mm At this whether il he good or b lor Such n man IVom mankind iu mnil the f 2 sol t kindle a them ill rm not f r t- world not many Mi drawn jy all men have j all that was f Daniel was no ar a -A in my have and of i a of great is no I oi consciously and freely to R hv 1 lis be Miii lli.T an I tlh if SJM nf tl thine own ih aid of Then ho ile and left 1 it rl'iiiiy an forget no- the oil than we her child Sir IVel has has gone lit great inea ir of I in Jo I i v important to for by two where his His be ineaM of the lines laterally iiv ala n m i o a e.t m 11 e sain that uatn thing failed because them not A po all th t i- a id do ii with weeps over the hidden of think it not hard if mm is Maria Theresa and a al thy hand age sets its seal or brow and the of and thy limbi with trembling others may aml and Cicero These two wait upon unwillingly and i-d when aro the greatest men of now There are the covers thy forever irreat it- r-r but of men has not Hi I at uv j i r ind ih bail all f f in i I f the Merchants watch tho markets they know what That is on ship brings corn what hemp ui of is a next at i Here ran extend himself in at Hie of f -o there is at New l ork or I lhu I T pi how much gold in the banks They learn ot i x-r r-d ibings they livo by the markets aad seek in mvn he r He 1 r d the 1 v trade it I the turn of people and the be- j oi cause they live by the and wish o get ho ns honor and by their skill fco a man who would men wisdom justice love and pi- ln bv two liaos f a I i v I Mr As a am to speak uf him as a In he made three r it d HICK u al an ol a to t bv I apt I- Ii S K of whale 1 uv I The three mile tail noi ci fvt u and real man his draws we a great power and twelve peasants and 1 i i i I il i ii Ii mi ir h i Ii i IL -i L Iti 1 It DC U n V Jl 1 v i n IM- when fur I lhc iur years ew obscure women of th so a great I avenue ocean j liU charging down from vantage ground over two thousand years in and noble of -e at North to think Mr angles The N v or l of with giant spear hundred and sixty of men Uock with graved in lh in 1 rV nS Wil T the thu in spread the around him how could i Liu r L i ii t mid f h Su Oo von what to au Sir j So much my and so long as to j that soui of the m-a that the in llM wM IVel and Wellington have had in for the i of A great man ancestors of gov vcr Mr i- nt no f vtm v hisi or What a in- j many years favored son on and hn v i had in for nearly a i of Now He wss years Morul they l a v ot people Molted irom the j i In America ir s above I rongs I in times of peril and had a supported moral habits Living under ihc Clay a nau iu the Indian bv his f next to of of tho 411 i i i i -I u H i ui ic L t rv it i toil c oi arvi there be fun the be- when two take their seats in king Alter years ol rule he managed to He then once more visited his former what he cud what he what s me re had carried ho many present the result for the I I v to od W or run ruins of am icn Madison broke the Webster X JJ er than their lancie I I le nad u aad extern have Ued and was a bod I So Inval nature to its great men t r llif origin anil the of A M Ot irc ill I looking L JT In one i i i i i n m tlian we o arc i KIN S IO Ii i- S A H it tl MKV y at longtti died out And of grout that leave is becomes so little they are single pine o tho forest floor oilier litter of tue Xo ilie? hold great men in check There no great Tiie is 10 tlie chant who will f ho grandi ire of -i ics In half the of tirao with sterna to da loiur ibr of j bc iu men now poor ami where u taut this fact up brother who in A few n j K from of aiv the of one of in our a ir iv iii to for tlie ot nature ideal and the a to realise in his 1 A applied to the uf Ufc Little boys in the country working tlie them dwin on the of on tho lie aon of Cupr Eastman Xu New hail near the The anything but in a tog then in a Louse aud soviet hues tavern The cr was a soldier of the war iud a great brave big brawny Tho mother a quite superior woman It ir or nse if M M Jt j achieve to to of money is of yesterday it no an Here is no hereditary THK LAST OF Hoc in Albany i York a of were on the 1 in with l man ia ua oo n re- Aml we ot u's for some So the personal greatness of a groat mind tvi T Jt brother to eonie and us end our But ia quite to the kind of A In- dian would not see much in Leibnitz or in Dante nd a wore 10 come as much before ihoy the we to It is the men who arc up that see rhe rising with their The a not It to follow Ht strip j ness aad know it the The aro so in the divide into uf ilio and not aad kavy them H wall post Vind Bulk can sec bulk of bodT or teU good or evil i free from that check and be co rats ot immense importance v tit had At Hill there were of the at and Concord n to in many a fray lt i to tint n such r r Mr in i eii the he so was a Republic j two Kr of and well I Let u- of the in ure d -o Let uur OLU VHOT.i: IRV NOT BfT i I- Mr AVUn tho virtue fcap high in tl pa lie spring ol not Ul I -j of of upon world ic may with wf Mr ness aad find it far the dear of sonic mother who melted of winter and Uie dew into fair Hy which now fiure of man in ail the Our is a of the whole I city Bulk is bearded and masculine a riches oar only oar only is To the ambition of a great bad man or philanthropy of A great good man there U no but the power of ey or numbers no from families classes or If oar graat in- there i ro am U of the Daniel Webster was fortunate in the outward On another oi i Hv in the men's of of ih tho first to peril their Hii fuli one he artd p-u in the Declaration of Independence bo 1 of his birth and He came made one the people to rhe Uock c Hili acd from that class in society whence almost the era die the older Adams Hancock of America have two Ad- amses Washington eon notable of onr when voung and Webster chant ed the psalm of comrae Adams and who helped ung and Webster i Secretary of moration to the younger i act of his public the one on which his as a wil
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