The Rover Vol. 01 No. 16

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"The Rover: A weekly magazine of tales, poetry and engravings, original and selected" was a magazine started in 1843 by Seba Smith and Lawrence Labree. The editors aimed at a high quality standard in their selection of short stories and poetry. Every half-year, the 26 weekly issues were also published under a bound compilation. This current issue collects another interesting mix of short stories and poems, as well as shorter columns. - Summary by Sonia (2 hr 33 min)


There is not in this wide world a valley so sweet 2:04 Read by Alan Mapstone
The first daughter of Eve, by Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes Smith 6:36 Read by Faithann Gibson
The bald eagle 29:16 Read by Scotty Smith
Hunter's grave, by Joseph R. Chandler 9:57 Read by missingnumber
The wife's first love 7:57 Read by Sonia
A flower in the desert, by Seba Smith 2:21 Read by Alan Mapstone
Mary Magdalene. A tradition of Nain 18:56 Read by Tad Davis
Joke 0:49 Read by Scotty Smith
Bonaparte's first victory. From Everett's lectures of the French Revolution 6:04 Read by Alan Mapstone
The death watch, by T. Hood 8:30 Read by Sonia
Jefferson's personal habits, health, etc 5:12 Read by Jim Locke
The idiot 5:50 Read by Scotty Smith
Lafayette and the Indian girl Mary 33:15 Read by Jim Locke
Allegoric vision, by Samuel T. Coleridge 12:14 Read by Faithann Gibson
Our table 4:13 Read by Gabrielle Rodriguez