The Morn has forever passed, through the burnings of the noonday time, to serener hours, and the once eager wings decline--the hope and joy of the Morning is changed, bringing retrospective mood to the gliding hour of setting day, which again returns to the mysterious clouds whence it rose. [P. 18.]
Catalogue of the Palmer Marbles, at the Hall Belonging to the Church of the Divine Unity, 548 Broadway, New York, November, 1856. Albany: J. Munsell, 78 State Street. 1856.