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From the Journal oC Ccwnmerce. At- woods life were spent, and in frequent per- sonal intercourse with that aged and beloved disciple: SOFTLY, in the solemn moonlight, through the river s swelling tide, Passeth she, with step unshrinking, to the bright celestial side.
Lingering glows the holy pathway which her angel feet have trod, Up the golden heights of heaven, to the bosom of her God. Long had night been falling round her ; trod she slow the steep descent, With a face serene in sweetness, and her clear eye upward bent.
In the dim, foreshadowing twilight, Faith still led her by the hand, Pointing through the gathering darkness to the glorious Moasixo LAND.
With a widowed heart and lonely with a mothers streaming eyes, Had she knelt before the altar laid thereon her sacrifice. On a distant rocky islet long has Harriet Newell slept, While successive sorrow-tempests oer the mother fierce have swept. But, with childlike trust unwavering, never did her heart recall That dear offering to the Saviour, blest in giving him her all.
As the tempests burst upon her, sore the strug- gle, sharp the strife, Yet each wave of sorrow bore her up to a diviner life. Joy for thee, thou gentle spirit! Lifes sad war- fare now is o er, And the raven wing of sorrow foldeth over thee no more. Sweetly rest in Loves dear bosom, all thy yearn- ings satisfied Rest thee with thy parted loved ones, and with Him the Crucified.
And the boundless bliss and glory, which are now forever thine! Yet our stricken hearts are weeping to behold thy face once more In its new, immortal beauty, on fair Edens ra- diant shore.
Oft we strain our tearful vision upward to the portals bright But earths misty, cloudycurtain wraps thee from our aching sight. Weeps the severed kindred circle which around thee long had twined; In their hearts, 0! Mourn they of that darkened dwelling thy bright evenings last retreat, Smitten sorely in their household, hallowed by thy presence sweet.
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