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   Gettysburg Adams Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 6, 1841, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                At S2 peraaaum.in 5'J if out paid v.-ithia the year- Resist with care the spirit ol innovation the principles ol your Government, however specious the From the Lady's OUR HAPPI: HCXUE. BY IV. E. sweet, when years are roiling fast, And 03 ward hasten time. To turn the volume of the past To childhood's bSissfu! prime. And then to fee', tho' here, And ever doomed to roam There is one spot to memory Our Childhood's happy Lome. Tao' storm? leat iic-rce upon our path. And clouds obscure the day We view the tempest's The scathing p'ay. For 'said she glccm one bnlliaul star Beams bright in memory's dome, Its cheering- light redected Our Chi.'tiaood's happy "Here fond Remembrance loves to cast A lingering-, 'cnginsr view 'For this perchance of alt the past Alone brings pleasure new. 'Our joys are warr'd.our hopes are lost, While strangers here we roam Sut disappointment never cross'd Our Childhood's happy The wane'rer on the sea cf life Way trim each sail, To meet ;he tens pest's strife, The Sury of ihe Bat when his bark the storm ritics clear, flow his ream i fore marriage constrained by the mod- Coins to i? ibe There seoeihing so extraordinary j AN HONOR VBI.E OPPONENT. e t _ f _ _. _ .1 T__I _ f A 4 A f t, I t Ok I f t I kl St irt ft IT I f "t f mure than an ordinary share of ji said the "of lie ant-mum. Is saiJ. in throush poverty and riches and the over T i more tlie world recede? fsom hun. ibe; 'What i< the I more firmly will she stand bv him she dining, and cupping everv j account, thai abou: twenty rive barrel I will be hi? rorr.for-er when'aH earihlv Idav. when you onlv eat the same thing was :he of gunpowder exploded {comforts have slid from htm. Her devo- I tedness wiiJ be hi' rock when lie has no im The existence of sucli a donoi fai-J the youth. nhat the powJer in Jhai place a secret, or ihe I 1 people with their and the specia- men. women. and children, would have crowded aruund the I out would, on the rontrarv, jo-.her support; she at the j cases at all resemble each other. I t peop of world she will not -seed i eat to support my life, and nourish my 1 in ho is her all. and in love body, wouid otherwise languish j nol r and die.' j are ether feelings to be forgotten or_______ _ 'sb-orbed. No sacrifice will be -The cases are more parallel lhan vou i have run from them, hate came a de I the no', be regarded too tare aware.' rejoined the m.ister. -What Iposite vflwcnty five burrels of gunpoio _ _ .1.11 _ r f t quick as feeling un -s. we! food is to the body ordinances are to the j ro It tiepcsilcil in a j sre at feeling and jsoul. the natural life in the will j We have bid for a week or two I a very irsiimg circusns'iancc is sufficient i languish and decay, unless we maintain j of secret preparations the Nor- [10 swsken or !O still the pain of it by the boun.iies" of God's providence, j frontier for another (pirati- heart, and bring u? roiserv or happiness, jso the divine hfein the other will wither; cal) invasion of the territory, and and uecav. unless our passions be regub-1 of of munitions and moans for _ _ _ !.i_ .1 __ t   nn .5Pr-1 r.pars'iVcj scunc. snu u- JzeJ o a conduct, never shn love he once bore to the wife of Jn- vcDlh there are when of for her will re'-sirr. a Ct" force to his heart to reap :he of' wcr such momenis, ihe injured, wife must still be enshrined in the purm former limes. A husband excu-ft, nve a; a 22 his fault Jo himseK, and. in soir.e measure, nssn whom he 130 o'J. hjc, etand exonerated in world, if ihe wjfe: sr.y ii.fi'mry a rata- relax in the of coronet In 2R knows sr.otr.er while, on the contrary' penile foroear- now lining a: 123 f.f who f n- ence, the uncomp'sining pa'.ier-ce. snd a '.y fa'e oi the unobtrusive rec-.itiide of the nss c: sldrep. the clrf.'.-t r-f he will deeply iinke to his heart. whom i- uie second 7J,   nT a m r e in Of 3 1 iy which ?Tsuire has been performing a most sin- Dr. Adam Clark's coJ jular freak among the tesJaceons tribe in county of The scallopa. have taken the scarlet in !3'23- "A of five hun- vears old. aail in '.he Ilnnover I: are so MI town are isreer than thf- noticed in a paper. J! f r XX il 4 Vp Mv hand freezes. an ferer, srsd are ail found, upon being oppn- ed, to contain a of blood and b'oody geiatinous matter. This is a stn- fart in the natural of these marine productions, and deserves investi- Our informant states that a sim- o: Use no Old Co'ti. nil! in iltbt fur a'l.cvv ore. f' to turn lie ei-rp, :'mri io !5n: re- It wss rppor'ni huncl-es of -.t iKe jewels of '.he "IV niplf- London bears bui 2500. whfh si li.e ume of the fori j r.Meciion seized them just before tha which proncunred the IP. hst war. and from its occurrence now.1 >he worl-i. A on ihe premr-es o' the oUl ladies Uiink that we are to have a Vi'meb'cr-i'fr is to be twenty j war with EnoJand short'v. hope the" 1 ;tf-t Sor-ser than the one in Lori-ion, and j nlams wili be prophets this lime. at she present time ha? no than 4800 the cunce led n who PT-' on while lhal o', Iron and FTarrisburj Key-" stone says thsi the iron and manu- faciories of already yield name a? Henry ft. ere i? ,-hp, n a oe n f'orn ihe have been lau-Iy re- was fonttd in the npsr Never nr-ar ihe C'erro de the Hrighion. CUrk countv. Ohio, on 8-h (n patch a pdicf, them lias been calculated ISO.- g inst. smiles of encourage re jtipon the -ieeve is lhan a up-j duliars. on ihe bark. _ of SffMnibtats in the (J. He san' hf was from Fell's Point, j IJahiiriore, and had been a sailor. Scnltncf.. Ti is slatpd in ihe we think it ha? n i Elv's Mill, ai P.oche-irr. N. V. turning afiertinn. carefully avo'dipjf j merit hirh a'l ran appreriate. fue reference :o her or ihe 'nothing wnnnd" a (V-Mm mind me Uie report of Mr. u Newark Daily Advertiser t'iat Capt. Laii- 1300 steamers have been j mer, lale commander of the U.S. ship of them. This will not be difficult for than insincere Ii Julm ler mill< wuh tiearlv KiO run of.-'onpe. w hich flour per fl.Mirinjr nuili m "he United of which num- Cyane, has been sentenced by a general has feeling. F.ovv ifir-n must ihe. praises t i t .._. i lo perform. Uur love winch be- of locofocyism Tall him hand barrels of flour. anuuallv five hundred lliou- her'260 been ancidrnt. Musi. nouri lo five of these boats were lust on- ilio western KHS of pay and rank, for cruelty to wa'.cra. I Ins crew. more lhan 18.000.000 per annnm, antf COM! abotn per annum. The coal mines of England, according the same authorily, yield of tons annually, wliile there never yet has" bren mined in Pennsylvania more ihari about a year. It h a bad heart in which the compan- ionship of childhood producer no kind1 and he nmsi be truly wreicheJ whom their innocent and lighl-heartedf will not sfiRl'HiVf   

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