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SUGGESTDE BY THE PROCLAMATION OF
Once more the note o. Peace
Breaks on the list'ning ear,
And war's last discords cease,
As ring the tidings clear!
Peace, that we woed so oft
As fell the April show'rs,
Peace, that we pray'd for soft,
Midst vines of Summer bow'rs.
Peace, thatwe pledmight beam,
When Autumn leaves should sere,
Peace, that in fancy's dream
We hail'd with Christmas cheer!
It came not as we sought,
Came not, to answer pray'r,
Came not, with blessings fraught,
Or Freedom, on the air I
Now, as its banners white
Our sunny land o'erspread,
Our eyes refuse the light,
Our souls are with the dead.
Where joyous shouts should rise
The asure skies to cleave,
Deep, minor tones, of sighi,
'heir moaning chords upheave.
They cry us "Peace, yea, Peace,"
And, faint we murmur "No,"
Till words of Hfeav'nly Peace
Rebuke-"God wills it so."
God, wills it so! Amen
Lord, we accept the boon,
Our hearts that Peace may ken,
Which Thou canst give, alone.
Not as the world doth give;
But Peace, so perfect-blest
It gilds the Life we live,
And when we die-brings rest!
"Grandmother," said Ike, seriously, to
Mrs. Partington, "have you heard the re
port that the Prince of Wales' baby has not
got all his fingers on one hand, and that
both his legs are not right ?" "Lor' bless
me !" exclaimed the old lady. "Then how
could he ever wield the scepter of the realm
or walk as he ought to walk?" Ike, how
ever, pretended not to hear the remark, but
began clipping the cat's whisker's and grin
uing, to think that his grandmother did not
see that nobody has all the fingers on one
hand nor anybody two right lege.
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