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Compiler, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1861, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania TheCoxrtux'ls published every Monday Morning, by Hcxwr J. STAIILB, at 75 per annum if paid strictly IN 00 per annum if not paid in advance. No discontinued, at the option of the publisher, until nil arrearages arc paid. AovtRTisEjirvTS inserted attliCUsual rates. PRiNTiJto done with neatness and "i South Baltimore street. directly rapiers' Tinning Establishment PaiNTixfi OrrirE" on the nig.n. WHAT A NliWai'APEB tlrpang that gentlemen my Uoy, To the tUBte of tlic'dny, my boy, Whatever it be, hit on the key, And pipe in full concert a war, niy boy. from nil co-sntrics nud climes, my hoy, rhymes, my boy, Mixnl up with all Of (f) lyinjf reports, Ami published nt regular times, my boy. Articles able ami wise, my bov, At least in the editors' c.i c-s, iny boy, And so grand Tlmt few a n. It r.-tan d To what in tlie world it applies, my boy. reviews, my bov, l.illle scrap., to instruct nml iimnse, iny boy, Anil lengthy debate Upon iruulci-fc ol'Mate, For wisc-heiided folks to JUTUM-, my hoy. The funds as tlu-y wore tl.c-v .-ire, iny Imv, Tue ami quirk.- of the Imr, my boy Anil cvi-rv wei-k A elrver iTilitjiic On rising theiilr.uiil itur, my hoy. The of Jnpitr-r'fl nirions, niv tiov, Tue stt-itlinir d'imcbiiily'K my bov, Tin- ol' the Tue >iyle ol ihe And the nil nf the pnlj.ir liutt'nons, inv buy, t Lint of Hid, i.iy im, JUtuislifd ly s pill.-, liuy, Till vo-.i with siirprine Vi liy :iny one dies, Or wliiit'., disuidci that Kill-, my hoy. Who pot nmrrieil to whom, uiy Whw were tin- Muom. my Who Ims hud hirtli On thii< inrrriA-nt.lined earth, And who loiters fu.sl to tu.nh, mv The prices cntih- nnd grain, my to dignn.! loihiiin. n'n LM'H-, Hut 'tutiuhl take mi- too'luiijj, To tell ii. A ijuiirtt-r of all they contain, my hoy. me JVHI mil y overspreading (ho he.ivens, and daylight Where the Danger Lies. K.v-Oovernor Wright, of Indiana. lalo
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