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FUNERAL SYMPHONY. PRAYER. ANTHEM. How are the mighty fallen! They that were great among the Nations, and Rulers of the People.—The People will tell of their wisdom:—The righteous shall be had in everlasting remembrance, as the brightness of the firmament.—Their bodies are buried in peace; but their name liveth evermore. Handel. DISCOURSE. DIRGE. Hark! attendant Seraphs say, Patriot Spirits,...
FUNERAL SOLEMNITIES ORDER OF RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 1st. ANTHEM.—“ Child of Mortality. ” 2d. Select Portions of Scripture. 3d. PRAYER. 4th. ORIGINAL HYMN...... Written to Pleyel’s Dirge . By Herman Mann . LO! Two mighty SUNS have set In conjunction, as they rose, On the Day, when
A DIRGE. Praise to the virtuous dead the Heathen owed, And funeral game, and urn, and chant bestow’d; Praise for the virtuous dead the Christian claims From higher motives, and with holier aims Oh, call’d too soon, how late so e’er thy knell, Our earliest, longest hope, "Hail and Farewell! ” That fiftieth Sun who brought his faithful ray To gild thine own, and Freedom’s fav’rite day, His...
I write to you by a special influence while standing at my Desk, I was looking around the world to see if I could find one man, who had arrived, to a state of compleat happiness, eather in the abundance of riches or honour, in those two pursuits most of men, are engaged. while looking for the man of honour, I could think of no man who had arrived to so complete a state, as your self—this leads...
a Bostonian who reveres the “Sage of Quincy” takes the liberty of transmitting him this newspaper from Ohio—as possibly it may not reach his retreat He cannot avoid expressing his gratification, that after all the shallow abuse which has been recently poured forth upon the present administration, there is a good feeling in the Western country, correspondent to that which is felt by the high...
Ingratitude has been called the vice of Republics. On a late occasion we have seen the Government and people of the United States give a practical and triumphant refutation of this calumny by their conduct to Gen. La Fayette. Another opportunity of removing the reproach now presents itself; and it is for the people of Virginia in their individual capacity, to say, whether they will not eagerly...
Chemical Apparatus essential to a well furnished Labratory & Lecture Room. Knights improved table furnace $ 30. Forge Bellows, tubes, blow pipes &c. 40 * Small blast furnace for table 10. * Sand heat furnaces to be set on brick work 16. * Bellows table with Lamp & blow pipe 25. Copper still, & Ressigeratory 20 Apparatus for Potassium 10
Sonnet. to Miss Brooks by a friend What shall I, maiden, to thee Say, Thou Art, so full of life; so gay; ’Twere Sui, to check thy mirth; By musty l aws, or sermons long; And yet, in spite of Mirth, or Song Thou must, with all the sprightly throng; Descend, to mother Earth. Yet, let not this, your spirits chill; All, must obey dame Nature’s Will; But whilst you still, have Youth; Make choice,...
The University of Virginia Bo t of J Bohn (Books omitted in former Shipment or order’d subsequently) Stephani Thesaurus, Valpy, Parts 30, 31 18/ 1 16 Paris’s Pharmacologia 2 vols 8 vo new ed 30/ 1 6 Euleri Calculus Integralis 3 vols 4 to rasc 4 14 6
By your report to the Legislature I gladly learn the success of your agent in obtaining Professors in England. From a former publication I learnt it was the intention of the trustees to appoint one or more American Professors. As I have seen no notice of such appointments, I take the liberty to mention a name for one of the professorships. Mr. Chester Dewey now Prof. of Mathematics and Natural...