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nIY OLIV:R EVVN n11,l. ItO31ES.
Oh! she was a maid of laughing eye,
And she lived in it garret. cold and higl,
And ie was a threadbare, whiskere I beau,
And lie lived :n a cellar damp and low.
But the rosy boy of the cherub wing,
lath many a shaft for his Alender sri2g,
And (lie youth J)elow and tie maid above,
Were touched with tho flashing darts of love.
And she would wake from her troubled sleep,
O'er his tender billet.doux to weep,
Or stand like a statue cold and fair,
And gaze on a lock of his bright red hair.
And he who was late so tall aid proud,
With his step so firni and langh so loild,
His beard glew long andi lis Face grew thin,
And lie pined ini solitudo over his gin.
But one soft night in the month of .lune,
As she lay in (lie light of a cloudless moon,
A voice etme floating soft and clear.
To the startled nailen's listening ear.
0 then from her creaking couch she sprank.
And her tangled tresses batk she flung,
She looked from tlie winlow far below.
And lie stood beneathli-her whiskered beau,
She did not. start with a folish frown !
But packed her trunk and scampered down,
And there was her lover tall and truc,
IIu histir cad-bare coat oft the brightest blue.
Tlie stars that rose in the evening shade,
Looked sadly down on a weeping maid,
'Tle sun that cate in his morning pride,
Shed golden light o'er a laughing bride.
"George," said a minister to one of his
parishioner's little boys, wii.-re is your
sister Minnie ?" -(one to heaven, si.'
-What, is she deal ?" "O0. no, no, sir : sle
went to buy a cent's wtorti of matches."
"Why you said she was gone to heaven.'
"Well, you said last Sumdai that matches
were made in heavenl
In the town of --, in Connect icut,
lived an eccentrie character. .4iiire 8.
noted for his oddity and -singntir sltechles.
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it. In duo (into the connil tee called on
S.- and asked him io subscribe t--r the
object. "No," says ft Squire, 1-[ won't
give a single cent. Tweity yea.rs ago I
subscribed live dollars to itild tle old
tiing, and neither mvselt nor ily 11aily
ever had any use for it frout that day to
this, antd I won't give a cent. to repair it."
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Cominissiouer in Equity-lsaao 11 MeAnus.
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Colaut ase)imrs of the Poor.
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Rlev C Portier, Clerk.
hen P 1) Co(k, ID It Kirkland.
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Gavernment of the United Stites.
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BEING nan absstract uofthie Inafernal Rievenue,
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Licens, Stamp D)aties, ExemptIons, shlow
iaag the Rlaics aunder the various 'T'at Law
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i8staiead ara Absatra-t-of 'that Acts of Congress
pasaied during the War, relativho% Abandbh
id Landst anda ot her matters of grenerat inter,
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llevenuo 'F'ax for the I'hird 4,ollection District
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