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$oetrjn GO FORTH INTO THE COUNTRY. Go forth into the country, From a world of care and guile, Go forth to the untainted air, And the sunshine's open smile. It shall clear thy clouded brow— It shall loose the worldly coil That binds thy heart too closely up, Thou man of care and toil Go forth into the country, Where gladsome sights and sounds Make the heart's pulses thrill and leap With fresher, quicker bounds. They shall waken fresh within The mind's enchanted llower Go. student of the midnight lamp, And try their magic power Go forth into the country, With its songs of happy birds, Its fertile vales, its grassy hills, Alive with flocks and herds. Against the power of sadness Is its magic all arrayed- Go forth, and dream no idle dreams, Oh, visionary maid! Go forth into the country, Where the nut's rich clusters grow, "Where the strawberry nestles 'midst the furze, And the holly berries glow. Each season hath its treasures, Like thee all free and wild- Who would keep thee from the country, Thou happy, artless child? Go forth into the country, It hath many a solemn grove, And many an altar on its hills, Sacred to peace and love. And whilst with grateful fervour Thine eyes its glories scan, Worship the God who made it all, Oh holy Christian man —Do'man's Magazine. SONG OF A RAILWAY PROPRIETOR. Those railway shares, those railway shares, The source and cause of all my cares; At bed and board, go where I will, They haunt me and they plague me still. Those railway shares, those railway shares, They" mingle even with my prayers Oh! for some Lethe to assuage The pangs of gradient and of gauge From Thames to Tay from Trent to Tweed The Maniac onward moves at speed; And sounds with most discordant jar, Her notes of premium and of par. What though I'm rich as Cresus grown— What boots it if my peace has flown ? No; hence, away, deluding snares- Adieu! adieu! ye railway shares J. A. THE ELDER.

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MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES.

NEWSPAPER REPORTING.

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REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN…

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CORN EXCHANGE—MONDAY.

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