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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - February 21, 1854, Dover, Delaware 7 DELAWARE STATE REPORTER. VOLUME 2. DOVER, TUESDAY AITERNOOS, FEBRUARY 21, 1S54. MIMBER 5O. iffiT.i WARE STATE phfladelpMa Advertisements. GEOSGE W. S- H the 1st ISSt, j JPJUtllU. j haft ft bo its wy iato jwjMSbar fioncer ami admeweS fee tool amfi nzsesr1 serf EH ffiafl Si is Pehnrace. Befiare tag atea off tie der ttai Sfcere vxs an> pqwsr t5e tene, i 111 i possess SB. State wifaSda firaoa s eested aSl esltec CVXTJUEC rag-T-mcsr FDR TOKJE. IOEK PA. nrTEPSTTE appropriate ediEce rectftBtly erected on one of the most health- (id ami EiTonljIe emfaence-j in the Ticicity of Terfc- the Proptietor to ofiVr everr EceBryfi-Ttbe comfbrtahle accommodation off pxtptls. and the most efficient ar- f Corthea-thoTongh insrrnction in aH teaches of a. vsefal and polite education. The cf.iiiit'v of the Institution to the patron- agsoCaa: ctieHigent public, and the most circunj- sgejet ef based, notoaany fictitious on thd zmsoHcEted award offrScesipectaale-aad numerous patrons; one ef lictjnicaSy expressed the opinion ml, 2f Jaffieaondj ami miah snirs "Sfbca it fdJ to WET Hot, ssaaaaisSssji. rasrihr aaxil This tarifcitioii the pil crtentls to aU; persaa'led that tie eiiseat cf the method of in- invigoraiiifg of the patrei of iaea, we dad sa; jSaaci? has teen Ifee rewajni doz- eSSscis. TJM> BEHLWJJKE SEISS KsKKcm 5s sraa :caJ V3M feft M dr tJSgne, or off TOT asrr FaEtr. It fa tiasfesifcssacod jJte in tOhs devoted to the comfort. Iieaitb, x. and deportment of the board- GEX n-sdt cnijr m. x cf the Sggarit x eompEznee wuh this invitation be rhe most assorances be SiTTEanied to any address. f fiiaf from 1st Scp- j teoiber to the SOth of January. Seatml from 1st of Febenasy to the 30th of Jane. ing Jcly and August. Ex- the DESOCSJTSC OF Ferits Jam at fcss tffiw Per of Five Months, anitfeei, S-jO 00 (emkted if desJred.) by ProC. GiMtaTj or iHarpT 55 00 iie teibgiagih JPCTC- seettasat gff aSg Cnosau 20 00 1 CO Ten. ic_ prndeatly scpplted at mod- or. if preferred. aK necessary beosa- school stationery, aod Ebrary PTTT- at fixe dollars per semi-session. beiistcaiJs. and bedding, supplied by the gaseaSs, or 6y the Principal at cost. S. B- -Tee- aijwse esfiaiite of the total es- for tntsui may be relied on. Pupils at sS tnoes. charge being made from HOW. for tbe day is passing, While yon lie dreanang on; Yonr brothers are cased in artnor, And forth to the fight are gone; Tocr place in the Tanks awaits yon; Each man has a part to ploy; Tbe past and tbe future are nothing In the face of the stem to-day. Arise from yonr dreams of the OT gaining a hard-fought field; Of storming the anr fortress; Of bidding tbe giant Tonr fntrrre has deeds of glory, Of honor (God grant it may') Bet year arm sever be stronger, Or needed Arise! if the past detain yon, Her sunshine and storms ibrget X. o chains so unworthy to- bold you As those of a vain regret: Sid OF bright, she is lifeless ever; Cast her phantom anas away, Xor look back, save to team the lesdoa Of a nobler strife to-day. Arise! for the hour is passing; The sound that yon dimly hear, Ib your enemy marching to battle; Etse! risel" for the foe is here' Stay not to brighten yonr weapons, Or the hour win strike at last; And from dreams of a coming battle, Ton wiO. waken and find it past. Xo sooner was this than were several; THE VERT LATEST NEWS. A despatch tremTioma states tat Cocut Those, who, in this, as wtfl as a3 of a stimg towards the views of the tbe evening, were the Boost coBspiccocs, wire two angelic creatnrcs, plainly bat neatly attired in JSooner costumes; by tbe of qse of whom, there moved, szcoolhly aad citcUy over Ibc Coor, a yotnh, poEsesaaga to aonfl WUTOW fttnr send a saoffl wM joy SnBT Sjcpalcnn IhnB to flit Court, it is irqiorfaifl, to conucanding and graceful figure, whose posi- tion, doubtlessly, irasexocediaghr emafete, at (east it was so to me. Here tbe nxst grand and enperb coajectore I bad CVCT fensed fe- male loveliness, was fully realized. Bet, sir. just consider my cnndhijn, she jces and rdieeJed upon, wlKnsaficifed to take-a besot ia a six-bander, and I it. 1 Jrr- JJ. WtsS em Pbwers, and has giveatlns to Comrt Orloff as a Ccal acswjer. Orko's KHSaanias Tbe Car's ymyuaals were to farm defensive kague with, all the German Powers, and if the TVeSera Fewtxs attacked any one thereof. .__. _-_-__ them, watnant aiouiiBttg and -srcrfd not eoadode any peace witbDat con- tibnor nsteicsts- Tfee Gcxxnan itawmstlxroDgh fy-refcse. RaatM o Tbe "Western Pcwers are intmetEitdy to cvactdfiioBi cf Principalities, Siitdligcncc. [i Tbe Rnssm iSssistcr in Loodon ios -paid a EasJ fomal viat to tbe Foreign Dcpar FIVE DAYS LATER FKOM AFFAIES IS GKEXE OT'33S3uSG OT KIGHtT A CraBra? JETrretwsji ca
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