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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 13, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                CO one square or t 00 BO A Moral deduction coracrof Tlilnl anil o some lo when In Ihe egan his This was t v IVUli lie hoilj of Ihe licntts Hut to lay her down lo From slio comos r Hiding from its Ilia nnil Jn tie shelter oniilno amis t k ho her Here uiwn thy AnJ sivcflUyirronritieiluBt Heavens last summons calls the Savlourl wliea lie nations rise Up to meet then In the t by the her to thebettor land I For the Alton ull mni out the One toss of Ihe a sw itch of Iho a sudden remarkable Incldentof a horse having stung lo Jeatli by reminded mo of a do sign I hail formed so mo time of offer monl of your a few observations relative lo Ihij most to Iho moil atlractlve trlbo of the Insect Fiom my boyhood lo Ihls nalu ral history Imibton lo my mind an exhaust less and I recur lo It whenever I can wllh an increasing The lessons it the wonderful facts it and nnd beautiful views of the econo my of ualure which not only highly Bimislng mid but also humbling and Tho man who strides wilh haughly bearing among his fel lows withhead erect and eyes fixed upon be bosom closed against tho liltle And tender which are hourly springing up from IliU beautiful earths ten thousand sources around soon beglm to hn t moral sun shines of his nelchborhood While who stoops wllh a critical eye to contemplate tho wondrous effects of what Iho unrfffectiug call mere Ihrpiighont Ihe various classes of lhe ilillo regarded Insect family and what almost mlghl be slyleit Inslilntlonsclosely approaching In those nf feels but ndifferenlly prlilo upon Ills own IntollTgcnco and my dear it was not mj Intention lo prc sent this subject in Ihe forbidding drapery of a captious plillosophynnr lo enonmber 3our columns wilh a dry essay upon In Ihongh ifry is still a subject of a somewhat delicate and in discnutng a nolion or two rnlghl diop from my that would be very apt to ox cilo tho ire of those limite censors who so watch the orthodoxy of your jour in fact I might gel a rap over the knuckles from jour indulgent special while I must confess lie anl has very few traits of character that I He Is a notorious oppressor for one a consummate glnlloi for ana and as to his principles of fair dealing Ihey are nol widely iliflbreul nlel lhe disluibed healings of her But she hail oouie lo me in an unfortunate You are a careless IHile girl said I so taking Hie fragments of glass from ir trembling A very careless lit and 1 am displeased H lib jou I sold no but my countenance ex itemed even stronger rebuke than my Smilh school o llirlp of ew lee Ot ho so inveter noble his most exqelleiit and ailonisblng 1 ho bee is no spungo imon the body poll He is no disturber of neighbors peace or an he members of hh own fiinilytralns up mpartially with hh teaches and labors daily for a He i a believer in Ilio doctrine of utilitarian will never Hud nn linn fr fnrnllure in his dwel hinowhhaniU In the mn lho In the lonely on away iu Ilio mil h he lolls enlifenei own wlngii and ni i ln coiogne or awe of a Wholesome smel noble S ue c for hoeslandsand y as fat as practicable mniiy iohlovous pranks o here aie some of which I retail cri nr uiiu viuiuuv snug wllolo tribe It was only at th lhl succeeded rnosi creature from th W ull ie But uld I TI oldboril Thl pii lho farm In con i r of lib 5 stumbled ariiini I he h e bee 3nA f hed flood a Ilirivlng palch of a rat od Hlon lo approach a bee conch 1 havo bden a child niia chlldLhnVc been blamed severely byjhoft whom I do Irtd lo and fell that tinktidl vvordi ell heavier1 and more ban I understand he nature of Janes and synftia lilmVllli her lo a certain All through Ihe Janomoved about more qttlelly than iWhcn IspoW lo her about any I did In a kind invoice than I Ordinarily would faoe wilh an earnestness hat v evening I sent hcrdovJrTslairs era pitcher of Cool Slio and soon returned wilh a pitcher of er aiidia Himblvon a She was mining using more ban when Jicr fool icd agalnslsome sWjtuinbled ell over and was broken to pieces al my Ihe water dashing upon the skirls of vas hard lo ions roll a oast nre enough le had but 1 Hclons some dc in on Ihe fi Broke fwlh lhe Cft nadul naflu f lho lookers perfect sp Friend Na dir ling as Davy Crockett never ami eja ilallng good lank a rnarcjf dat too mil n Peac ch his lesli went to lhe land of buzzards and nut whero there is no peace lo PAUL olili nolil tOSING ONES JIT MAny I was tilling In my room one eellug all sorts about something or when an orphan whom I bad to come in wilh a broken turn u her and while her young ace aud her hlllelip tnaaiiil I went lo take this turn ler from Ihe dresser lo get Anna a drink of and I let il I was In fretful humor before the child end to help 10 wassuf word to no lo a bifer slate of E ering a good deal of pain in f tho and needed a I lad permilled myself to speak unkindly he little for there no need of L olng and she had taken my as I uould deeply lo I likely lo happen lo any aud the child evidently fell badenough about whal lad occurred without having my dliplea added If I was uiihappj bi Jane entered my f was still more unhappy after she I blamed my but did not in In about half an hourp Jane camo up very quietly wllh my dear lilllo curly loired angel faced In her He md fallen and she with her nt most carried him up Sho lid not lift her eyes lo mluo ai she entered lul with her lo the low bei hat was In Ihe where she laid him nnd I lion sat down with her face urned partly away from and with a kepi off the aud cooled his molsl Euough of Janes countenance was visi lo enable me tn percclvo that Its ex prcsiion was And It was an unkini word from my lhal had brought Ihli cloud over her young face So much for permilllug myself lo fall in to a fretful said I In fu lure I must bo more watchful over my slate of I have no riglit to makeother suffer from my unhappy continued to sit by Willy and fan liimj anil every now and then I could hea a very low sigh come as If Involuntari ly from her Fuint aslho sound was it pinoto upon my and added lo my un accountable frame of A friend and Iwent inti Ihe sat conversing for ai Rut all the while there was a weigh upou my I but in Ic be Ll wosioodiilliictly awato o lhe that an that a motherless lilllo unhappy Ihrougl my unkindneis and Iho consciousness was like a heavy hand upon by bosom ThinIs alia I said lo myself after my ft loud had making an efior 10 throw off Ihe uncomfortable Ilu 11 was of no Even if Ihe new trail of awakened by conversation will my had lifled me above Ihe stale o mind in which I was when slio 111 Janes sober as she passed m on Ihe would have depressed my feel ings Iu order both to relieve my own and tin chillis I thought I would tefer Ii and tell her not Ii hrrself about as Its losg was o But Ihiswouh have beenlo have made an aeknowledg ineot to her that I had been in Ihe wrong and an Inilliicllvo feeling of prldo roinou slraled nsnlnil me 1 Why did I permi myielf to speak so Hov small are the cauios that sometimes dc stroy our How much of good o evil Is thne iu a single Some who lead Ibis may think I wa all bankers must Into 1he rjrrgjdld not romilfo this prop but he mollve was noblej that even a mllllonare could not Hie Firm Is till one of the firsl of Ihe Vilnpiko ooy is now grown Into Torluno has r tongue parnljzed for the wi aiid J camo near Bet clolh ncd herself for not having been more expressed sorrow for Ihe and promised over and over again that she be more guarded in and what Ihey were in tho I h r for having icled justly and wllh due self and ny Mule though troubled on account he had not the exlru burden of displeasure lo far I said lo I sat nnd reflected upon the incidents just ro far better is it In nil our ro alions in lo maintain a calm and on no account to speak who Angry words make loublo They hurl those to whom hey are addressed while they leave a sling ichind Abote should wo guard ngamsl a moody Whenever wo lermll any thing to frel our wo aro not in a slate lo exercise duo self mil if temptation comes weare suro o TUB SEVEN SHILLING It was during Ihe panic of that a Thomp with somethiugofo melan cnolj look lu his dreary back watch ing his clerks pajlng away thousands of pounds Thompson was a banker of excellent credit there existed perhaps n Ihe city of Loudoi no safer ooneern than that of 1 hompion Co but al n moment such aa I speak no rational re lection was no former stnbilllj wai looked lo a general ifistriiit wai and every one rushed lo his bankers to withdraw his fearful Ihat the next instant would bo too forgetting cnliro Itut lo The wealthy citizen sal and with a grim mnilo listened lo tin clamorous demandi on Ins cashier for al hough ho felt perfectly easj and secure ai o lho ultimate strength he could not a feeling of as he saw constituent after constituent tush those whom ho fondly imanined to tho run upon Ills strong Presently Iho door nnil a sin or was ushered after gazing fo moment nt the bewildered coolly drew a and abruptly addressed him like lo go straight lo lhe sii linpalloutly interrupted the I have heard that you have a run on you Well Isil true Heally I must decline replying lo your extraordinary however you have in Ihe you hai belter at once draw it and so salUfj yourself our cashier will instantly and tho banker rose as a hint to Ihe strange lowiilulraw Far from its I have not one sixpence Ii your hands Tiieii may I ask your business here I wlih 10 know if n aid youaUhis momeul Why do you ask Ihat quqslton1 Because il 1 should gladly pay In a The You seem you dont know mi person Ill Ilo joi recollect some Iwcnly years ago when joi resided in Well thcni pcihaps you have not for gotten the urn pike uale through whlcl you passed My father kept ha1 and was often honored by a few iniii ntos chat with One Christinas morn ing my fulher was and I attended tin On lhal day you pasted and I opened tho gate for Do youto member sill Not my othe i men remember Ihelr kind acts but thoie who are by Iliem seldom forget I perhaps prolix ouly a few mo and I have The banker began lo feel am threw open at once as I said I Ihe gale and as I considered my self In duty 1 wlihed you a happy Thank my you re your and the same to you hero Ii a Irille lo mako it so and yon 111 row mo a seven shilling Il was lho tin money I ever possessed nnd never shall forget my juy on receiving or your klnc smile In bellowing I long trcaiureil It and as I grew added a lilllo lo till was able lo i out u toll You left ilia pail of the and I lost sight of you however I have been getting ou Thompson umlliljho roll il contained IIow s posjlblo to conceive tSal a wo man etn bo an alhclst What shall prop this Ifrellglon does not Tho fee In nature even on the eve of or losi of her shall support her if her hopes be not extended beyond an ephemeral existence Iho ake of her beauty alone she should be pi lender I hive brought It true child of and tearful Ihe wearied wilh its wild has lulled lo a a geullo marking The few tinged with He parting shadow forth more ihan regal nnd adroi Ike the wakening of some long forgotten ioed It not for Ihe ave flung their n angel of is before me like an unrolled as in happy jears gone do I lumber ono in a home circle of poulhful Tho on his the acknowledged peta lilllo the the all are and noain homo voices hi mj ear are The wreathed smile of quiet happiness i yet lingering upon my in Ihe chill voiceless embrace of he slern conqueror Death has niiltty our stamped his signet on that Tauahl wo aro but Ami must be aa tie Is The ceno is and lof nnolher I standalone by the coffined remains of Ihe only idol I havo dared lo norihlpmv Mother Can this bo Thou art calm and beautiful and likeno not death A a chill over for I slrelched fortli ny hand and laid it upon Ihat brow In Its norble This this IhH hushis not of The wing of the parting spirit shod k plory asorileaveifover thy restf Thou hast left Ihy daughter weary and mother tho bright summer cannot gladden for His as thou ban and il sad making my heart more Insit Ihco lo the From my nchlna sight airay There rests tho huih uf Through tho summers brigliteal There tho autumn winds are sweep in sadness Ihcro ore withered llowrets There we lay ourdearest Years are Is their rovela lion a divided family lhe pet Iho first blush of glrlhooi left her native land of rocky o nd grass cnia to he breath of the soft i ne SOIIRIU ner homo the brother hath gathered about him happy an walk inongstrangers wllh sad memoiles woven wilh my and old affections clinging round my hoarlr The hour of twilight gives place lo nlghti gathering and painfully stern ro my spirit frpra Us whisper of walkiiiB up pensively and to whom the sudden acquisition of wealth has given the power and Iho Inclination lo give up I do nothing for lhe rest of his Ahl whether it be lho loupr II Is evidently lho hardest woik in the world to do We know at of a ba kers dozen of In our own range of acoua who lo kill kill How will pray one day fur lho life of iho lime they would now kill Do you remember Charles Lambs deicrlp lion ou being omi id from Ills daily Ii bor al the India House II was like pass ing from life lo I wandered a thinking I was but feeling I was When all Is hoiyday Ihero are no Think of this thou men of sud den wealth anil If It shall so chance lhal ihou hasl been a tallow chandler In Ihy dayi a clause Iho bill Oi sale lhal shall reserve lolhoo lhe righto dill assisting al the factory on melllnir doyM A STOBV pon I wat a lilllo I remember one cold winters day I was accosted by a smiling man wllh ai axe on his My lilllo has your father a crind sloner asked said Youre a fine liltle you le me grind my axe upon IV said Ileaicd with his compliment of fine lit tle ail Its down in the could I refuse I ran and BOOH brouar kettle How old are Is your I am you are one of the finest lids lhal saw will you urn a few min Tickled with his like a I went lo and bitterly did I rue Ihe II was a new and I lolled and luucei Hill was almost tired to Thesohoo bell and I could not get away my hands were and it was not half At be axo was and lho man turned la uio you lilllo you havo played Iho lo school or youll it thought was hard 11110111411 to Inin the and ihim bo called a lit tle was indeed tuo rulnro he duties of lho Board hsve brcn tlic proienl jear wllh fidelity lo the public and ills Intimated Ihat they havo delrcted tomeifoiH towards the government n subordinate depailmenls of vrlitih wiirbeduly K THE MOTHERS A mother silling In her overheati her whom hcrslslcr was say I to say I donl want to say my said Iho at the parlor M Shall who takes delight In con never discloses more than 10 half of her graces and who lleaveu formed for virtue and the most nyslerious modesty and shall renouncing lhe engaging In slinct of her preiumo wllh rash and feeble attempt lo withdraw Iho thick vail which conceals Ihe Dlvlnllj Whom loth she Ihlnk lo by an effort alike absurd and sacrilegious Does she hope by adding her nelly and her frivolous mela plijilci lo the imprecallonsofa and of a lo Bive us a ilgher opinion of her gonllK Without a doubt she has no thoughts of tat without practicing Its pro or In Iho enjoyment of Iho lumultu pleasures of tho But Ihoday nf vengeance lime leading age by the Tho with Icy hands and filler plants himself on tho Ihrerhhold of tho male atheist she percolven him and shrieks Who shall hear her Her lusband Sho has none very las he withdrawn from Iho theatre of dis Her children Ruined by an Impl oils education and by maternal hey concern themselves not about llieir If aho surveys tho she lolds a pathless waste her virtues havo eft no traces behind Tor Ibe first Imosho begins to bo scniblo how much moro consplatory It would havo been o lave a Unavailing regrctr When the at Iho end nfhjj dlicov ers lhe illusion of a false when be lus lo Iho horizon of ic would fain return to but it Ii Ion by rejecls all How diirerent Is Iho lot of tho religious woman Her are with juy she Is beloved by her her children btfdTier lionseholdjall iidtco unbounded confidence in because they are firmly convinced of Iho fidelity of one who Is faithful to her The faith of of this Christian Is strengthened by liappi ness In her She believes in God bo cause iho fi and she Is happy bo cause she believes In YOUNG STOP young on thevway lo Iho ball or billiard wllh a cigar in your and with an oppelllo fur a mint ju a Are yon not lu a dan ifeioui waj Will those or your lead you torosueclabillty or useful ness In society Will by bo como moro moro or Intel llgonl If stop where you we be seech of You have nobleness of and a generous disposition You may do good to thoio about If you Your If it ho such as will lead lo will draw olhcri after you his face down on her bin cheek against her I mother rucked her chair slowly backward and Are you prelly uell his morning said she in a and gentle I am very 11 am glad ou lam and when I waked up Did you said Iho boy In a low a u He paused after iclenco was at its Did you over feel my pulio V asked bl lame time taking Ihe boy down and silting but Ive fell mlno donl jou feel goes beating I ho r Our IravelleV was uot heso strange aiiif Inerefoiev mine of them only y an examination of a Spjii HeadllSi H All know from my cinn oboiTallrnitVfS Ihat house Is leaned nirnhW ln r ry above tloryi lound Ihe central rccUvMyi ii rfot elevation and the inler rorm a vast encompassing the if he height of more than one The cause of thatsingular mode offbiiilil lug that when a son of a his fnlhrr blillt him a nof In tile by Hip tldj of hjs ho top every 1 my c II Hm going logo my Stop a L want you to come and see me vrftf yfKho mother next Iho boy run lo She took him Ho kbi boy run leeled In her lap andlald he as hough this barbarian Jpecinio lad dclerminrd lo Imitate Ihe tower oftBa el nmlclimb Ihe 1 heySlopped within nlmlls he great grand son of a defunct live genius perhaps deeming It safer ciipyjlho lo wort rooms left vBCanfibyihJHH and so Iho nccilmnlali procr at lenglh Itd probable Ihatisua cesslvo pcncrnllnnj oho another up and down as Iho stories bcdoiho hat wlilM in one pile of Ilio chief of a long line Is at tho fm an other ho is ai tho lop I found that I aking care of iked up is I banked God for w II said Ihe If II should f should Should jou r I cant keep it Who can A You have a which beats here In your lu i our and all over and I cannot icep it nor can CH but who coi If ho should not lake care of ou iuld I donl said the child wllh a look aoxioly and another pauo when I walked out Ihls I thought Id ask God lo take care ofmo aud all of Did j ou ask him to lake care of me Why not Became I thought you would ask him A long pause and thoughtful expression of his countenance showed Ihat III heart uas 1 Dunt jou think jou had belter Bk him joursolf said he boy Ho kneeled again In his mothers and ntlerod in his simple and broken a prajcr for Iho protection of BLESSINGS rori reckon Miss Martineau iu her new Household natuta ihat the main events of llfo are common to nnd that It ii out ol Ihe power of man In spoil the privilege and pleasure of and death are beyond the reach ofmans perverse hey come differently to Iho wise and Iho wicked and Iho pure but lhr como allko as the licli and he 1 ho infant finds as warm n bosom in which to nestle lu iho collage as In the The In and bridegroom know the bliss nf being all Ihe orld to each other as well in their Sunday walk In Iho fluids as in Ihe palk of n rojal And when ho o form of Torin they coniider Iho Englith n graded without a about Iho ocean n icoplo dwelling on a preal moriiv in cav cs and Ihe f Tim UNITED A Into visit tn that department of the Bu reau of Indian AITolrslhol under Iheman ncrmont of Henry ho National has iillpwing fads respecting Dahko Tho terrllorysnow claimed by this nation h water ed by Ihe Peters amt Is about OW a miles In from BOO y The original name of the trlbo was of whichit to be a confederacy or a united f Iho namo of for which Ihero seems to bo no acknowledged having given In them bylhe early JTesuit mlslionft The population of Ihls esti mated at about fifteen and they nro divided Into bnnda numbering fronf flfly t o n Ihouond Occupying as Iliey do 1 an Immcnso prairie Ihcyroako fise of lhe horse Instead of Iho canoe w callh of a Sioux chief Is universally otl mated by tho number of his vale rights arc respected among Tlicy computo time by tho four butthcir mouth oontains only twenty I licy doslgnate tho month of Jnrranry Iho hard moon Inn lilcli Iheincoon lun the moonof loro Iho moon when ho gocso lay J moon for planting tho moon for strawberries and hoeing corn July Ihe mldiummcr month the moon foV corn Ihe ihjon jsjicii rich and pnorhe il Ilia same sweet in of whel liu Ihe cuclositre to all Ihe children lor Ihey may be else tho ANECDOTEOP ADAMS AND Tlie paragraph from Jersey Oil graph about a ladj In Ihat clly using an on ion Instead of a tdn cushion In stick her needles and findiug the next morning that they all had tears In Ihelr cull ed lo mind an anecdote of Iho late John Qulncy Adams and Henry Wo do not recollect haying ever soonit In bill even If it it e bear a repetitions When these dislinguishod at negotiating our treaty ivilh Great occupied a room logwtherl wh tliey oc ho has always been a warm admi will bo iu another world ere closes many whom fortune smiled upon but a week aro now groaning the with ering frown ol poverty many upou whom tile sun of Sabbath shono hate ere this met wllh some ill are turned upon Iho children and many whoso hopes wero beaming fortli bright and prosperous at Its iht sadanil miserable beings of disappoint v OP THE Ihosllo of Iho an lent Temple of Jupiter Isaferllle rer of female had often remarked Ihe comely looks of their and had or twice joked with ams about One morning ho arovo somo lime after and on his way to Ihe breakfait table he met tho pretty maid referred her In his blandest and iu his easy and graceful while a smile played upon his ho the pleasure of a It may hero be necessary lo slato that Adams eyoi always presented a walery which at limes made him look as if he was iu Tlie chambermaid not knowing lhe we rqillcd to with the grcalesl simplicity I do licit like to disoblige but perhaps you will excuse me when We need not say ihat Clay had lainih I0 TdVJS who hi Alf annual violation and exainluationof the Military Academy at West closed on Saturday Our readels are aware that Iho consisting of fourteen is appointed and provided for during he of the session at Iho public On former Sam hat been made to bleed freely in Iho way of settling for Tliiouull tbu iuflnmico of Horace Maun and if a Way at Ihn opening of Ihn that day mi Hint all ore or wine kliould be and Ihls jouriioy to l and soutliwcsl from lexondrli In Like It grcal wealth and iinporlanco silualion and ll which compelled all caravans from Central Africa to pass It From Iho earliest period a halfway and so continues lo Ihe present day IhouKh at present Iho enterprise of peoplo have been crushed by the cxaclions of the Egyptian exlitence now depends on tho cultivation of dale trees am salu of the Eightysix thousand are cultivated in Ihls and between four and five thousand camel loads aie annually The people are exceedingly and It Is an Interesting fact that Ihey speak the Berber This was lie ancient speech of Northern and many believe Ihatlt was thopriruillye Ian guana of the Invention of letters or The capilal of Siwahe Keblr Is not Icail mnnikablo of Its accordiue lo a recent liavelerin Ihat is as fol lows Tim tile originally choien wai Ibo sum mit and sides of wo pointed or mass of that rose out of Iho level lis hill seems In htvo been first covered with a mass ofclnioly packed with narrow laucs As Iho population Irregular octagon did not spread but begun In amend aloft into tbo upon house stioet upon quarter upon null It became a nota The streets belnq thus cnvcifd It dork tvcii a mid to havo lUcir Ihey l lie moons fur Iho Iho doer aud iho moon nhen Iho deer his They ore kindto their but lako more care of llieir ouiii than Ihey do of tliolr old 1 hey are averse lo the custom of and seldom draw excepting In severe cases of Their medicines are chiefly composed roots and and they never mo too uip of metallo are partiallo vapor and resort to them for Iho cure of many Their bodlly y f to1 Hie of some animal which they have hunted nllh difficulty and Tlie Slqux Indian It lawful to take Ihe life of a fellow being by way of but a great crime lo lake life under any olber They Invariably havo a great fear forvlbo spirits of the who Ihey Iliink have Ilio pow cr of injuring Ihe living and It is thought Ihnl Ihls fear U what prevents them committing murders more frequently than Ihey The piaollceof lying Is consider ed as exceedingly They bellovo ID a Great but havo no definite Idea of his Whenever any calamity happens lo they allege hat the Great theyacknowledge It as coming from Iho same 7 hey look on In and cases have been known vhcro Sioux fathers have sacrificed children to appease the anger of Ilia Great They are exceedingly superstitions In regard lo which they consider a gift from ho Great In former limes they obtained it from Mellon of but at the present tlmo chiefly from Iho Wiiqii about lo partake of a religious remove all Iho old fire from the lodge and rekindle it for Ihe purpose of so that Ihey may bo suro that will be nothing unclean about Ihe They have no fdols or Images which Ihoy but aro lu Ibe habit of makidg of ferliigs of tobacco and oilier articles Ihey They and seldom or never deprive It cepling when Ihey wish to employ Its tkla and rallies In their They believe In which Ihey allege lhe power of Inking Iho form of anyani and of living either on land or iu Iho water all their rivers aud lakes are closely assoojalcd wllh little Ihey look upon thunder as emanating from A largo Among ihelr fabled monsters hey acknowledge a huge ho destroy an Indian by Iho glance of his cj When a man dies they his remains which Iheynrnatnent with of war and when Iho flesh has they bury Iho bones the ami Ihe grave wllh pickets or a rude They do not bury in n MlUng but Invariably ololho Iho deceased in his nest covering him wllh all h ilo They express their grlvfat tho loss of a friend by nulling doing dismal Hie dead Tnc Diiumunus leave loW clely a ruined wretched exam and a memory that will seen rotr uiorlificatlon and injury as I on I lonvo tn roy n Ife a brnken lieart ajifn of shame to weep o premature t I give and bnjiiralh each of mylprill atnl Iho reincmbioiic lovV lf folher Vai   

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