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The Indian Advocate
VOL XVIII.
July.
WH
Aspirations of Youth,
Miilu-i, higher, ill we climb,
Up to the mount ot glory,
That our names may live through time,1-
In our country's story;
Happy when her welfare calls, '
He, who conquers, he who falls.- '
Deeper, deeper let us toil, ' '
In the mines of knowledge; ' '
Nature's wealth and learning's spoil' "
Win from school and college;
Delve we there for richer gems,
Than the stars okdiadems.
Onward, onward may we pass,
Through the path of duty; f
Virtue is true happiness,
Excellence-, true beauty;
Minds are of celestial birth;
Make we then, a heaven of earth. ,
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Closer, closer let us knit , j
Hearts and hands together, ,
Where our fireside comforts sit,
In the wildest weather; 'u
O! they wander wide, who roam
For the joys of life, from home.
Nearer, dearer bands of love, ; 1
Draw our souls in union, :
To our Father's house above
To the saints' communion;
Thither ev'ry hope ascend,
There-may all our labors end.
NO 7
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