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BV DAVID L. RICHARDSON.
TVe weep and tremble at the doom.
The dreadful doom, of dcaili;
'Ti3 sad, amidst the fair mill's bloom,
To yield this inorlal breath
The brave may sieruly bear the pain,
That soon must puss away,
Hut 0! In think that ne'er again
Dear lriciids with e;iger hands shall greet,
Or fond hearts share love's converse sweet.
O'erwhelms us with dismay.
'Tis true lint trusting faith is told
Of woilds beyond the sky,
And few there are so blind or bold
s dare such creed deny,
It is not llr.it u,i afier stale
Or lutk ur il-iubifut ttwtikwt
A.!! vj shrin'i lV.ru fiitnre fate,
TJi-cnistt we 111 ty 11 11 brook the thought
That hour, '.villi life's enchantments fraught
Are unie-airiiing dreams.
W'r find each mortal bliss alloyed,
I) ii'll s nile foiel lit a tear,
But stilt, die hri'ii.U uii i'ii soon be clo ft
That naver (ell a !'s . r .
The beauty iif lln; brightest beam
deepened bv the shade;
V aires i the si 1 m m I ir nes gleam
'I'll') br u I, re 1 s.iii it eventide,
..ssuiii.'S a mosi imposing pride
lii lloiting clouds jrrayed.
Perfection bath not retried on rili ,
Nor ruled ilie human mind;
We pant not lor diviner worth.
Nor raptures mote r fined.
A mortal iveakuess makes us cling
To mortal forms alone:
We feel we cannot coldly fling
On Lethe's dark iimiiale stre ini
ln e charms of life's familiar dream, '
And ttiinto scenes unknown,
''J'is this that fils the final hour
With mourn illness and dread:
Love's tender tics and friendship's powei
Avail not with the dead,
A ml. though we meet to part no more,
We may meet the same:
The things ill al linked our heart of yon
Are cli tins that (liMih s c.il. I band divides.
l'Vr linialit 1 holier reals a'inles
01 this tenesmi ft :t 1 1 1 .
I'nv r u'lal.l li-Ul-, 1',iimiiii !
! ii.- ilrc int'i s breast alarm:
n'li i 11 .'. a Int nan ih,
' nr a n a Ini.nan rhartn.
I i:;, ri.i. a tin- 1! ii' I son! i.pp.d
A in! too si-i t rely ijd'.v:
'I'litre liues 110 moil.it days recall:
Ami in 1I1V hnglil and boundlcH epace,
Vi,t re on; y (-piri'.s dwell, we irace
No leatures loved below.
Wc hluiiMiT, m ihc mystic brink
t)i i-.ir'.li and dread the tbanj'P,
'J'be l.rsi the bravest bosoms tbrink
1 rum ,,U niuiaiions strange-
An iiiMinri ofim weak and blind
As in an infant's lear;
Tor, surely, vain s in heaven "ill find
They mijIi no more for earthly poweis
With lei-linns, factiliiis, :id powers
'1 but t u it a bolic; pl,ire.
GEORGE DAM Ell.
BIT ELIZA 0. PRATT.
'Where's George!' said Mr. Darner a
ioiit fisted farmer, with black beard and
wliiskers, and muscle enough in his arm
'or two common men as he entered his
house one warm summer's nfwrnuou; and
looked round among his group of sturdy
lioyt and go's, for lb? one in question. Dm
.he boy was missing,
Where's George, 1 ss f' repeated the
nan in a louder tone; -do yon know wheit
be young lascal is, any of ye?'
1 guess he's Up chamber, latlici;' said
weet little girl of six yeais, hei eyv li.ini;
v ilh tears, and her voice trembling as she
poke; '1 heard somebody going up r -j
asy about two hours ngo; shall I call him
ither? I'm sure George woubl'nl run
'Go away,' said Mr. Darner in a soften
)J tone, 'tell him 1 want him quick.'
As the child went out, Mrs. D.nner, laid
town her woik, gldiiced al her husband,
and, after hesitating a moment, evident!)
measv, rose and went after her daughter.
tn toe noy was col to tie louiul, he
house was searched from cellar to g irrt't,
harm hunted, .and 'Gi-orge, George,' echoed
Iro.n youngest to oldest, from the father's
stentorian lungs to the mother's mild, sweet
voice for she would have done any ihii.g!''"'l.v '"P "I " book which one
io save her boy from a thrashing, which
she had good reasons to expect fiom the
sioim that was brewing,
Always oui of the way
lenchiiig bis fist, and rudely pinhing Maty
iside fiom the door, already black ir. the
face with passion and his eves Ibuhinu (ire
I'M leach th'i voiiog lasital a !eson In
.von'i iiir.'el foon, il I unre cal di bun. Hit:
lint away eomewbcie with a buok, I'b
.varranl ye that's always his cunsliirkiiie'
dear of every tning bo can.'
'lAiu'l whip him now I beg youjremem
ier it wa- only last wet k you gave bia
-ticli a lloogi-iij, and ail ! :dl lor nothing
is it proved, for he had done his work tliet
til l ihis moiuing he hrougiil ill all ilo
wood and water lor me, every bit of it.
ie' uiore help to me than all ihe rest o.
he children put together.'
You needn't try lo beg liim ofT.'exclaini
d ihe man, 'he never was flogietl in
enough yet, the idle dog but if 1 eatcl
1 1 m now, I'll give it to him.
So saying, ho shook off the trembling
, , i , , , t
:ianil 111 il wouia in ve cr-iamco Jinn, ano
l iking a heavy hurse-whip from ihe wagon
at the door, walked oil' shaking il biibei
md thither, as if impatient to set to work
oid all the time muttering curses between
'lis clenched leeib. The mother of the
toy lurntd away and wiped the tears front
ier face, but said nothing. Little Mary
m ied as if her heail would break, and the
two eldest hoys stood in ihu door, trying
to whistle and look careless, but the.quim
nig lip barred all lhe:r eH'oris.aud tliey stub
.d'iiito the hay n.(r wiih leers on their
.Mr. Darner liad suddenly wanted the
boy; he needed the assistance ol tbiee was
really in a hurry, anil one missing, the one
,o whom he hail always been snappish, (
I may be permitted to use the term) ami
a iihoui any cnut.i iv.ible icasoii Ins angi"
passed all bounds.
When he reached the skirts uf ill" wood
lie fell pieparetl lor almosl any tl-ing. Hall
ne had once turned his head ii he passed
ilieiurnio field, thinns minK bave taken a
dillVrtui course. The whole ciicIosum
was nicely and co.np'elcly hoed out, large
is was the task fi- a bo of his size, ami
ihe hoe was c!ned and hong glitiering in
ihe sun, fro" '!"' ""ol of an apple tree.
Hut all ll-i's was lost, lor il was unaeen b
die fdi.'ier of ihe boy.
fhe beech woods were the. favorite re
port of George, when he could gel swaj
null book or a bit of pajier no matter
how old, worn or greasy, ii was food for
h'un, and there lay li s paradue. It was
not long before Mr. Damcr discovered ihe
:bild stretched al full length on a grassy
jmound benea'h a irtel, A brook ran puil.jwas his mothor, and as the p05i Jellow
and laughing at his feet a thousand birds
were singing urnund and above him ill
green inn nespangieo wuti flowers lining
the air with their delicious fragrance; and
mere amnl ull the loveliness of a glorious
summer day, lay tlt.-a young boy, feasting
. t .. i i i
1 i"w worn nun uiny pages oi an oio
Spectator Tears were standing on his
pale out intelligent lace, though his lip was;alll wpl u, li(n, ;je w , (
wreathf d with a smile, nud on a sm .ll hancJ;r!iil). alwavs cenile an.! anVtionn... S-
as it lay on ihn gras, g-asped nervously the
dowers, while iiu large beautiful eye turn
d rapidly ami e igcrly from side to side o!
the mncli loved page, lie was wiaut in a
world of ideal, but blisiful leeling, and the
sight might hive moved almost any heart
io love and admiration lor the boy, but n
only served to increase the father's rage.
'Genrgt ! George!'
Whit are you hr? for, you young-good
I'ornoihiiig scjpe grace, when you ought to
lie in the turnip field io work? I'll tench
you belter, sir; get up quick, and come
Still there was no answer. Thn bo
was siuilling and weeping it ecstacy, and
heard not a syllable of his fathei's words
lie approached a step nearer, brandishi ig
Hallo! I say, what are you about sir'!
You bad better mind your faiher, I can tel1
Mr. D.iincr was now within a few Hipp
of his son, but so wtapt was the boy in lha
dioiisand o modem n ailers would scarce!
''!iru upon, much l,;ss to read s;icl.
a 'usury was it to that poor child to havt
1 e 1,1 llotig!it and ftelmg laid opoi
to him, by thu master pen of Allison, which
young as he was, he could appiehend, but
ihe uuiei World was Hioirli. i'.. -
if I'liiil.niii.il to reao, unconscious ol tt.e ap
arou'dl ol his fuller,
A heavy ctitiia. terrible blows, descend
d (jnii'k as a I! ish of lightning, or, bis al
O'M lilieovei etl shoulder, for his jiclie
wis thrown aside ft'iin the heat of the day
lie leaped to his feet, anil with homo
-held his fathei with a liorso whip a a.iovt
. i in.
You rascal! you due.!' shoutrd il.e mai
vidi fury, as il all ihe demons ef hell were
rl Io isn in his heart. The blows desceii'i
d '.hick and last upon his shoulders ant
tack ol the innocent chili; but afier tin
i.st shriek, ?fter the first exclamation, In
was passive and gentle us a martyr. II i
lips were pale, quivering, but riot an ishti
tear touched Ins cheeks, and those large,
black, expansive eyes were raised inn! fix
ed w iih a singular look upon Ins latin r.
I'll n look was the precursor of ihe man,
ihe spiiit of the man working in ihe child,
and seemed to say; 'Do your utmost. 1
, I 1 ,1-
can uear aim iriu iipu over an. noi an ex
pression of pain n it a murmuring wont
escaped him, through the whole lenihlr
ilagelaiion, mingled as it was with lie oaths,
ami curses of the father, and continued til,
the blood oozed from the lacerated
skin; spotting his shirt and trowsers, ant!
trickling down upon bis nuked led.
Then ihe whip was ihrown aside, b:t!t
from exhaustion, half fiom wonder al tin
singular and manly loriiuule of the boy, I n
even a Spartan mother might have lookcc
with admiration upon iho brave litilc lei
IS ii t as the merciless instrument of torture
a thrown on the ground the bo
l'iU will be sorry for this, father then
he eyelids closed, the long black lasbet
Irooped over his pale cheeks, be stepped
lack and fainted. There he lay among
. ... i.i a .. t. : . i ..I. - t
utr uiussoinii g ii'iwi n'i tits cneeiva nrcsseti
o the cold grass, and bis book hugged i0
ins bosom even in his insensibility.
I'oor George did not come home tillyou again, my dear, good, kind George; I
nightfall. Then he blole away very unfily am sure you are ten thomjiiid.i liratr. batiei
io Ins bed in the garret, for l.o wished to than lathi r ever was nr evei will be.
escape observation, not from .my era-en' -No, nolgood.' murmured the boy, 'bu.
fear, but because he would not pain his
motheirtihii liltle sister whom he love IJwith, God bless you, my sweet sis;er;good nigln
all his heart, Hul a few moments ufier.ihejgo now. and pulling her gcuilp from him
door wag softly opened.' and 'Georgf!.she blip.ed away and tbejed him wiihou
George! rcpeattd a low, sweet voice.
heard the kind genileness of that nfl'eeiion
e ate parent, beset up in bed and began
g0, for ltie fij8, ,. his f.ltler ,
bruiiilly Lent him. Mrs Damcr had brom.1.
m, i1(f g,M),,Pr, horini to find him the
all(1 vet bIl)ot), f(,ar nJ lreml,il)(r , s
' . " "
.., jsi,0 tut down the plate of bread ant
butler, and rlapsed her boy in her .run
he rould be, he was nevertheless ill treated
by ihe father, and of course the more doatci
upon the more loved by the mother.
When be found she was crying the brsvi
inle fellow, wills a desperate ellorl, forcet:
'lack his tears, and winding bis lacerated
inns around her neck, he kissed her and
iried to sooth her
'Don't cry. dear mother, I am not mud
Uurt,' said he, looking into her face, ant
trying to smile, but the wet eyelids droopi
ind he laid Ins face in her bosom,
'You do not deserve this, my noble bov.'
?iie murmured, kissing his forehead, 'you:
lather will le sorry for it some day; yes
my child, God will bless you, and when
you are a man, such as my hcari tells no
you will be, im will think of this mi l ween
ind tremble, and pray for it to his viry
'i krow it, mo her, I told him so,' said
ihe bov, raising his hands, bis ejessiurk-i
my wioi an unearthly ii"til--'t;ul 1 am
glad of it now; ii has opened a now world 1 01 ""n- llmo 1Jimer 'rpt '
to me a light broke on mo even while l ,v 1,?'n:;'l"1',u' '4 tbr w- 1,e
4 i . . , , , ii.ci a-ioiwily send her messanes when
vas bianding there, with the whip phnin- n i ,,
" , , ,, 'i -iipii iiiiii'y oUeied, reiiealedly sayine
ike h s.orping about my shouldi-rmoUier.!,,,. Nvn, WtJ, auj i.pj, blll yh.t
nodier, il almost dazzled we wiilt br.hiai,-! ,,.,U nothing could tnducu b:m to
y.'be mighty future lay unrolled like agiea ;!
sea before me, and 1 launched upon iu
hosorn in a flood of old, 1 didn't feel tin
whip, I only thought of that and then, anil
Foui'leeih, my sou,' snd she, looking
I . i : . I . .... i . i .
in nt.T uoy wiui asiouiMiiiicui, lor s;io nau
icver beard language like ihat fiom liji.-
'Yes, ilns morning I was fourteen, but I
mi much oldt r now, mother,' said he, with-
h aw mug his arms Iroiu la r net k. and lendi
ng sliaigely beautiful as he tUltled 111:
yes upwjids and clasped bis hands on ih
osoiii: I tell you mother, 'tis ihe pulses n:
he hear1 and Ihe tho'.ghts of ihe brain that
o ,l,e the time, anil oli! how f arlullv haw
nine lucd since inoriiing. Your l:oy i.
ilinosl a man in heatt, mother i s,' In
whispered, 'I will never troiib!e fjihei It
hine n hip mu again, 1 can t;d;e, care ed
M::i, D.itinr drew back with tears in bi-i
ers and scarcely dared to answt r the chilt
.'cforc her, A mighty change bnd indeei
oine iver him; ihe spiiii tf that poor idnis.
d boy had sotidenly grown in power ami
nii.'ht, until, he was as much above bis i - j
pressor as the stars are above tin e arih.
Al thai moment little M.nv crept mfih
in, in her night gown, with a huge piece ut
tpplo pif. in her hand. She was a beauti
ful child, with deep loving blue eyes, ace'
flaxen rinelets playing over her innocent
iirnw. The iiacPK of Iear were on bet
;'ipe rosy cheeks, but she niuled as she saw
lici loo'.her silting up.l.ayingi he pie on the
ppilH s I if. iliml. id upon the bed, windipg
' tr hide :-r:ns abtiui bis iieek, kissul I :;.
w ith l!it! tenderness' of a warm hearted i bild
'1 have brought you some pie, (!e.n
George,' eai.' she, 1 ditlu'l waul ;ioy sup
per rmse f, and I saved it f,r you, beeansi
1 kiu) ,' you are hungry, r.uhcr fhin'
whip you agin, he sbiiiU, he ehant, bh
eoniiiiticd, sebbing aloud, while the pom
boy pressed her to bis heart and began t.
t:ry himself at this new proof uf afTiCtion.
'No, no; sis, he won't whip me again
o. , . i, i . ,i
I ::ntw lie wouiil ll1: l WOUIU go Ot'lweei
you and )0 might beat me lo death, I
shouldn't caie, but he should never louel
1 will always he kind to you poor child!
li!aiioilier word. The mother held a l.to
conference with ier ton; it wtii mid nigh,
"sbelelt bim; and once more he v,
mil t. I... .
done with his heart.
The child left Ins father' hoBse wiih a
new born Jeelmg m his heart. The dread
I'ul and unmerited punishment he had suf
fered eOcicd one of ihs-' sudden changes
in bis character, which children someinnf s
undergo though rarely pwrhaps, at so
narly an nge. Ii had ripened his faculties
set him to thinking for himself, and youiif!
is he was, and little as he knew of the
world, with o eoneiousness ofstrenth and
self-reliance he fell that ho could n
walk alone and bullet the ills of life uniiti 'd.
Ih.ieyes were fixed on a glitermg t al,
tnd with newly developed energies p tit ice
perservance, and indeed uncommon facul
lies of mind, George, al the age of 14
lunched himself fm upon the world to be-
fin life with the sole aid of his heart and
He communicated his plans and his
wishes io his mother, gained al last lici
tearful consent Mid disappeared within 3
lays from the dale of the above; unknown
to any one bill her. Air. Darn- ,.
when lie found he was gone, but guessed
'ie would bo gald to come back again: Mary
ried us if her heart would break bet
l.iyihi.igs wcie lid aside, it she grew sad
ml melancholy as days and weeks passed
sway ..i.d be eume ni) more l'oi she loved
bi other tender! v
-,,y. For tlnee e,ws she kept the nlact
Ihis residence, but I hem all things fiom
i:iii ceased, all traces ol In in were lost.
Al any weie Hie conjectures about him,
i.- i - . . i i' .
,aiv ! oui as yuai couoiecl on year.nni
oothinj; moie was heard from me y oui I
i! s-itled into the vaua leeling ol eles-
an :be boy inusl be elcad. ll isliut
hat a neighbor vho happened to be a
New Vol li said that lie met a youo
nan it., a Ijrtj er's oihco, looking very
mui li as Geolge ueel Io look, hul a ;oue,
,cal lianeJsoioei , and iinfued a ei
"inaii oun; tnaiij be almost tliougjit i
.va Gi in m , but finally ho knew ii
eoiilil'iil be, lliuu!l bis e)cs iooi'en
-Iran g ly alike, and I.e never saw iino h-
r p: .tr like them. But ahe va0 t;iVi n
ip by all, even by Mis. iianiei' and
.Mat y , who, bliboujili giovvn to a eon
woman n'lll tmei tallied a vivid itmem
oranre of bei biolher.
Se cu'eeii yeaibliom lo a day, fi on
ih" li'ne eiiir sioiy coiiitnenei ,ilie lull.
tillage cl K (I shall lea Vis ih
mat ie r of lacl loveis to gues vvlieie '
as ilnovvn into excilcmeiit by Iho i-
i ,tl of a Kit niber ol ConltMi at Hit
aieioed'ilie place. Il was laiber an
iiiiiisii.il occni'i e nee, and llierc seenieo
o be all ail of mysiety connected wnb
be ' t tni;'t r lor no one cculd find mr
vlio be waii, or why be was '!n ie. Kol
two heiii alter be Mc;;t.d from the Mae,
foa eh, 'lie Wbl;lc Vlihiej
'as by li.i: e :: .
I !(' VOUnt wu.es icu ..! t-lCtl OI.H'
i, . . i .1 .... ...i ,. . . .
-S 10 IIU MlOUKl gUI UiC UISI bu i) Oil
.im, co-iiiiving e,n feme plea or r.:!u-i
n pris he taveio iicVeial limes duiinj.
In- alieinoo'i, not falling lo laic H.m
thelitis each time, Hid giving a lont; b ok
s tl e x passed. Wotultili:! si or its were
ii eh i"ul.iiiun n'ooul his bea-ity gre.Cef.il -aes;
ami ii was iiiii'nimourdy ggieed b
'i i v wlio wen? fortiina'.o enough ti) nei
i lot!; i him, that be wis ihe fincM
no!;ifg m it n they oversaw. Mr. 1),
itci w is of I'jiinion ilint lie va3 arounn
i It-ci i once ring,' or tr ying to get petitions
or a bill something lo woik iheii
nooey out of thern, 'lor Congressman
re sharp enough,' said he, 'and I don'i
vanl any thing lo do with the in.'
I'm the mystery was fated lo be un
av. lit el e at lier linn ihey le.ucd, loi
iicfoi e night-fall the stranger !r.im.el!was
veo walking leisurely uj ihe Ir.vn llni
ed lo iho lar tn-ltosr. His fnm waP
rule a:i l Ins an i,i,:. and m-'iesne,
ml a louel: of ni'la ;cl.o;v sholid hi?
outiieoance, os ho Waikt.d sioxviy along
lancing c.'igerlv around al Il.e various
nclosui es, the gjiden, the turnip fl Id
the bat ns and the house, vvlieb looked
irim and lidy in j n, w cuat e f while.
Mrs. Duller stood for a moment be
ivildei etl as she oiieiied the door. The:
irit'.t'i r siioke noi. A iii of lai'at
'ilack eyes were litd 0ioo her ir.len:
caiiieM'y, wuh a hill'inouinlul, half
a ,ieae,l expression, as he persued each
. j' ... '
'eatuie and line of that benevolent
foiKiienance. His hands were elapsed
and he bent ilighlly forward but
oiomeni he turned away and brushed
ar from his eye, but still wa silent.
Hi ere) was someihinn in that turn, lhat
ook, which startled the chain of memory
m the heart of Mrs. Darner. The molh
r awoke lo her bosom,& a stifled sliiiek
burst from he: lips.
Ml is no! in cannot It yes! it is
my son George!'
lour own on, my mother it is
your son, George Damei!' and Iho
greatful mother clasped lo her hcait
her beloved one! long; lost child!
Mary had heard ihe exclamation, onil
stepping into I lie entry. Mood trcmblin
hoping and fearing, as she saw iho
stranger in her mother's arms.
Uul oh! wiih what joy, with what
,iiide did she look at him! With what
rapt ji e eliil she, too,fly to his arms, when,
she indeed found it was her brotbei!
'jly own sister sweet sister!' saiel
ie, kissing her Bg.tin and again, then
Holding her off lo look into her beauii
I'.it f -iti jMary was the pride ol lha
whjle village then en.brtcing hrr a-
aio, till iliey both laughed and cried,
ogellu-r in testacy cf lhat utithoiight of
'I reiiif mber well the little girl wiih
be apple pie, when 1 was tt rr bly wbipp
Jd & rliajl never forget it!' said he, when
ie could gel bieeili lo s.iy so much for
lis mother sii.'l clung to his neck sileut
n her .ears of gratitude ar.el joy.
'Dear brother!' was all hUvy could
utier, as she looked through, her tears
vi 1 ii a sistei's pride on her new louiul
Two slout firmpis r3me up from the
outside, wondering u hal ih;s fuss could
mean; but when Mary cried out cute fi
og her breath in i he wildnets of joy
n and shook him by Ihe hand till thu
ens glisieoed in ihuir eyes, and lliey
tirned away to hide them.
'Hut the lather and bow could lie greet
he boy whom ho cruelty had driven from
he door, and who hud come back a man
m honored and great man! Ild tried to
-teal from the back door pale, and trcmb
itte but bis wife stopped him. '"J'is our
mil George,' s,aid she, and she led him
eirward like a child to ihe noble and injur.
;d youth. It was ihe wday of retribution
seventeen years to an hour had elapsed
ir.ca he bad stood with a whip over that
nave boy, nnd beat hi in till he could no
toegt't stand, and fui no conceivable reason
it: emh! It is pLin what thoughts wero
working in the !n...rl of iho mam for be
"loud like a craven coward before his son.
Gtorgo was the first to speak. 'My father!'
-aid be, extending dig hand, but the old
nan drew bick and brushed a tear from
uu shrunken cheek. The fierce passion of
his noon day manhood had faded in ngi
lite waters of repentance were floodint? hie
out. Ho talked as if lo himself,
'This h ind drove my boy hence, I al
most muidered him! no, no. I cannot touch
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'A'y rather!' laid the yonnj man, draw
nig closer to !ii:n, and agaiti e-lTi'iir.g bis
'.o, no: sanl the oui man startni;
not til! you bave foigivcn mo ihat
tnd his voice beiamo ihiek tlirntn'!
leeib 'iliat hurse mhlpying.
Now and forever and ever thank you
for it my father for that helped to make
ne what I am? I kiw I did not deserve
it. I was innocent but instead of crushing
and humbling me il raised mo in my own
opinion, li awoke new thoughts and ener
gies in my heart and hence 1 left home to
ry my fortune ia lie great world I w as
imi a child ihen, but I worked my w ay
along, in a charity school then in a lawyei's
ollicf, where I procured ecpying enough
for maintenance. lit re I studied as Wtli
s: worked, a:u! in v master found ma ouj
night, very laic, li iiti fit worf; exer a la.v
treaties. Surpi ed. he es-mii'ied niy'Jprj.
grfss, eliil me.'..' a (,
io become hu p'i; ti
era to me. ! a t , n
my self on in k .f f .
v .'.i a golden
j i , I ilire ,"
t.m tad weft.
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i I also became a law.
er. 'i he litrt cause I plcadtd