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  2. TAHITI—FEARFUL TRAGEDY.

    A CORRESPONDENT, writing from Papieti, February 17, gives on account of a dreadful tragedy which had occurred at that place. Ho [?]ays: "An event, not so solemn in some respects, but ...

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  3. ORIGINAL POETRY.

    EU[?]KA, [?]go over the tops of the hill, For the DEATH-CLOUDST have passed us to-day, And we'll cry in the dark for the footfalls still, And the tracks which are fading away! ...

    Article : 513 words
  4. ULMARRA.

    Alone—Alone! With a heart like a stone, She maketh her mean, At the feet of the trees, ...

    Article : 829 words
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