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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 February 1862

I 1 VOLUM E 6, NUMBER 30. IfclbbjrtieMutttrfr I S E EVEKY WEDNESDAT, BY A E & TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ttrtetlyin advance. A E N $1,59 per annum A E S O A E I S I N |3F"Tcn Vines or lcssmakfc a square. Sw S3 00 4 50 6 00 6ni $ 4 00 8 5C 4 Oil ^C0l.|~5~QQ cot.! 3 oo 10 00 i"col." 10 00 Mi 00 6 00 1000 12 00120 00 12 15 00 5 00 GOO 9 00 12 00 !5 00 13 00 15 Of! 25 00 90 001 23 001 40 00 13 01) 15 00 •10 no 75 00 LXOAL ADVKBTISMKNTS, 40 ots. per sqnr. for Srit insertion, 25 eta. efteh subsequent insertion. Advertisaments set in double column, J^ price additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day sale. Business Cards,(six lines,) $6 per year. All adv«rtie»ments continued until ordered •at. A H. PARXKR. W i. ALLEN. S I N E S S A S W. W. E S A O N E A A W BS WING MINNESOTA 51y_ JAMES II. PARKER, A TTORNEY d- CO VNSEL OR A LA W. RED WING, MINNESOTA. Office in The Goodhue Volunt'.1 Bad Wing, Ma...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 February 1862

..f"1f I fy&^WMtq OFFICIAL PAPfcR OF THE COUNTY. II. PARKER Editos. Bed Wing, FeU. 19, 186*. Union Feeling, in the ftonfb. Dispatches from St. Louis of the 12ththe instant, contain the most cheering intelli gecoe of the loyalty of the people in the very heart of Secessia." After the taking of Fort Henry an expedition consisting of the gunboats Conestoga, Tyler and Lexington, went up tho Tennessee river, penetrating entirely through ihe State into the State of Alabama. The officers report that they were everywhere received with the liveliest manifestations of joy by the people along the river that old men cried like children at the sight of the beloved Stars and Stripes, and invited the officers and men to their houses, and told them that they were wel come to anything they had. Large num bers were anxious to enlist under the oldeven flag, and the gunboat Tyler actually did bring down two hundred and fifty volunteer? to fill up the crews. The officers were informed by the people ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 February 1862

ii •WilT been severe themselves. l.wanssiasttw.uw*** HOME COLtfalN. WING, FEBRUARY 19, :S6'2. ii JbECIW E S Tho following named gentlemen will leoturo ttt the times indicated below: W. C. Williston, Tuesday, February 25. 1). Densmore, Starch 4. S. S. Burleson, At the Court House Red Wing at 7 o'clock. LEGAL BfcAjras.— We have just printed and have on hand for sale, a large lot of lega] blanks, such as Mortgages, Chattel Mortgages, Deeds, and all the instrument* usually requir ed by Justices of the Peace. SOLD OTJT.—Jesse Mclntire, Esq., one Ofrefused the oldest, (if not the oldest) merchant in Red Wing sold out his entire stock last week to Messrs. Simmons fe Johnson. We under, stand'that Mr. Mclntirs intends to leave Ihe business. NEW WAOON SHOP.—-Mr. Win. Stone has established himself in town, at the old booper shop, near the City Bakery, where he is prepared to make or repair Wagons, Sleds, Buggies/ or Cutters, in as good style as can be done by any in the business.— tri*e him a ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 February 1862

•••W.-' AN ACT Ifc anthoriz© the County Commission er! of Nicollet county to issue bonds for certain purposes. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota Section 1. The Commissioners of the county of Nicollet, for the purpose of funding the present indebtedness of the county, are hereby authorized to issue the bonds of said county, bearing interest at the rate of seven per cent. per annum, the principal to be payable in not less than five years, and the in terest at 6uch times as the said Com missioners may order to be specified in the bonds. See. 2. Said County Commissioners are also authorized to issue bondsybear iug seven per ct nt. interest per annum payable as above provided for, to de fray the current expenses ot the coun ty, or to pay the interest on the bonds that may be issued in accordance with section one of this act but not more than five thousand dollars of such bonds, issued in accordance with the provisions of this section, shall be out standing at any...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 26 February 1862

Mi «_ ,- ,n "Sw $1 50 2 5» 4w •JU»JW—M VOLUME 6, NUMBER 3l. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A E & A E N TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION $1,5!) per annum Strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N fc5?F*Ten lines or lesemake a square. Sw S3 00 4 50 •qn'r 8m !s2 On 3 00 3 sq'rs sq'rs Too Too Cm ly 10 00 ETob 6 00 3 50 4 00 6 00 001 9 00 1-2~07l' 1* 00 15 0»f 20 001 25 001 40 00175 00 00 £7oT. Vcoi." 10 00 15 00 13 00 All adv«rtie*ments coutinucd until" re oat. A S PARKKR. W I G. AI I.EN. S I N E S S A S W. W E S A O N E A A W BED W I N MINNESOT A 51y JAMES H. PARKER, A7TORNEY $ COUNSELOR AT LA W. A N a RED WING MINNESOTA. Office in The Goodhue Volunteer building Bad Wing, March 8th. tf C. & J. C. McCLURE, Aftoi'iBcys A: Counselor at a KED WING, MINNESOTA. Office in Brand's new building, next door to the Red Wing House. Ked Win?, March 3th lSfil. tf ""'C.'G.' REYNOLDS^ A O E A A W Red Wing,M nn. B3y~0|ficein Wilkinson's Block. n43a May8:1y J. F. l'lNGKKY, W. W. CLAUK. PINGREY & CLARK. At...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 26 February 1862

f|ti0o%iffol««tpfr &PR1CIAL A E O E COUNT*'. JF. I I A E E it ttcd W ffG, S9G'J. Habitual Crumbling. It tbo misfortune of society that some men arc born without brains.—Central J2?- ytfitican. We referred a few weeks ngo to the consti- tutional infirmit of O. Brown, Esq., editor of the Central Mymlk'can, to grumble and the above is the substance of his defence.— tion, or War Department, or the Generals in the field do, and all that they don't do. True his grumbling propensities come before the public only once a week. lng, arras, amunition, whether they are suppled with artillery, transportation, or whether they are destitute of all these. It makes no difference to him whether the bat teries and entrenchments against which he would hurl them, are like the "jaws of death, the gato of Hell," his insane com- mand must be obeyed, or he will—grumble. N the truth of the case is, Mr. Brown makes a very good country editor, but he will never make a great general and to succeed as an edi...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 26 February 1862

OS RED WING, FEBRUARY 2S,:SG2. PUBLIC LECTURES. Tlie following named gentlemen will lecture nt tho times indicated below: "W. 0. Williston, Tuesday, February 25. D. Densmore, Muich 4. S. S. Burleson, it At the Court House Red Wing tit 7 o'clock. tents for No. 1. tion to that sent hy George, it is highly com mendahle to the members of the company. LEGAL" BLANKS.—We have just printed antf have on hand for sale, a large lot of lega] blanks, such ns Mortgage?, Chattel Mortgages,!Mr. Phelps, of Washington's farewell ad* Deeds, and all the instrument* usually requir- dress. And as they listened to that wonder, ted by Justices of thoPoaco. PERSONAL.—Last week one of our citi-! He goes by tho way of New York and Pana- „ch a being and the veneration which his AM INTOLERABLE NUISANCE.—We mean that pile of wood lying before the Volunteer office dcor. Whose is it you ask. Wcl' it belongs to us but it is no less a nuisance on that account. Nor is it the only nuis. ance on the street. Main street...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 26 February 1862

0f the State of Minnesota. •.. &\M MEMORIAL Upon the National defence of the Northern Minnesota frontier. To the Congress of the United States: The Legislature of Minnesota would respectfully ask the co-operation of JJbe National Government in measures of military necessity, upon the frontier between Minnesota and the English settlements at Selkirk, in Ceutral British America. It is well known that North of lati tudi forw-nine "degree (40 deg and West of latitude ninety-four degrees (94 deg.) there extends to the Uocky Mountains a district which may be jH*operly styled Central British Amer ica. This region, at least to latitude fifty four degrees (54 deg.)—five degrees of littitude in width and eleven degrees of longitude in length—is connected with Minnesota by internal river and lake navigation, and is capable of sus taining as dense a population as- the States of Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. The climate and soil invite a similar agriculture. Selkirk Settlement, with a p...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 5 March 1862

VOLUME 6, NUMBER 32. ^CTBllISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAT, Bt BARKER S I ALU&N, T?asitt ot StrssoBiPTioN $1,50 per annum Strictly in ad a nee. .•XAT'BS OF ADVERTISING. 9 Ten lines or leatmake a square. 3w $1 ao 2 5 4w 8~\v $3 0« 3 00 4 0» 6 00 10 00 I sq'ra 00 4 50 8 00 9 00 8 5C & 00 S 00 cbl. 13 00 col. 13 00 00 20 00 25 00 75 00 LEGAL AbvtjmsiiiNTs, 40 cts. per squr. for first insertion, S3 cts. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double price jdditiounl. Transient ad verti»em«nts must be paid for advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisemebts before the day—SUNDAY of gale. Business Cards,(six lines,) $6 per year All advtrtiesments continued until ordered tut. JAMES H. PARKKR. W G. A I I E N S I N E S S A S W. W E S A O N E A A W 1EDW1NG, MINNESOTA 51? JAMES II. PARKER, A TTORNEY $ CO VNSEL OR A LA W. And Notary Public. REDWING, MINNESOTA. Ofllce in The Goodhue Volunteer building Tt*4L Wing, March 8th. tf C. & J. C. McCLURE, A to A a a RED W...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 5 March 1862

C|t#fli^jttefi)luii% OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE GtitWTy. A RULER E it W in a 5. 1 8 6 Progress of t*e War. One year ago Abraham Lincoln was in* augurated President of these Slates, the union of which' was then a question of se* rioue doubt. Six States had at that time openly bid defiance to the authority of the Government, and others remained only to Tender assistance to those already seceded, by distracting the councils of the Govern ment, until such times as they too might go One by one they declared themselves out the Union, and took measures to make theirr declarations successful and efficient, until eleven of them stood in open defiance, with throe others alternating between Union and Secession. Secession had been a theme of Southern study, and an object of Southern arobiiion for a series of years, that is to say, it. had been such to Southern politicians and spec ulator!*. During the four years fronri856 to 1SG0 they had bad exclusive control ef the Government, and how well they im...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 5 March 1862

I HOMJQ COLUMN. RED WING, MARCH 5.1S62. Town OBDEKB.—We have jost printed, and have now on hand, a Urge lot of blank town orders which we shall sell cheap. Town Clerks will find it much more convenient to use the blanks than they will to write an order every time they want to use one. To the Public. Notice is hereby given that T. L. ADAMS is he longer my authorized foreman. J. II. BRAND. TAXES.—Come, pay up The books have passed Week. weeks writer probably thought was poetry. make it a rule, from which we will not de part, to publish nothing unless we know by whom it was written. Thi« is unaccompa nied by any signature, and therefore has, and must still be excluded and aside from that it does not possess the requisite merit to entitle it to publication. EXAMINATIONS.—The term examinations of the classes of the University will com mence on next Monday, at 9 A. M., and •continue through the day and Tuesday.— Classes will be examined in Grammar.Arith metic, Geography, Natural Philosoph...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 5 March 1862

•prtion of tlie State to be affected, famand the alteration 'l»Mw|i» of Rdnte No. lS^nfi, to J»» A S follows: From Winona by Minnesota City,. Rolling Stone, Jeffer son*. Elba,' Qainty, Elgin, "Waterloo, Rochester, being forty-eight miles, forming a more perfect and direct route up the Rolling Stone and White Water Rivers, giving the people living along said rivers connection with the mail route to the Capital and the Great W«6t. Approved Feb. 19,1862. A MEMORIAL a Special Mail Agency for the For State of Minnesota. To the President of the TJitited States: Your metnornlisis, the Legislature of the State of Minnesota, respectfully represent: That irregularity of the mail service in this State together with frequentj and That in many instances by the pres ent location of routes, two or more mails are forwarded over the same ronte at an unnecessary expense. That the losses, during the past year, to parties who have transmitted money, or its equivalent, by mails earned over several of th...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 12 March 1862

3 W Stilt tiit am till .' VOLUME 6, NUMBER 33. I S E EVEKY WEDNESDAY, A E & 4w "Sw 88 00 82 0 •2 50 3 00 4 00 6 00 4 50 6 00 9 00 3 50 0 0 0n Med], 00 I~TI.. a a0 col Rusiness Cards, (six lines,) $6 pcrycar. All advertiesments continued until ordered out. JAMES H. PARKER. W IT. ALLEN. S I N E S S A S W. W. E S A O N E A A W RED WING MINNESOTA 51y JAMES II. PAPJvER, A 7 TORXEF $ CO UNSEL OR A LA W. And Notary Public. KEDWTNU, MINNESOTA. Oifiee in The Goodhue Volunteer building »ed Wing, March Stb. tf C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorneys & Counselors sit a RED WING, MINNESOTA. Office in Brand's new building, next door to the Red Wing Mouse. Red Wing, March 8th 13U. tf C. G~ REYNOLDS,"" A O N E A A W Red Wing,Minn. 23rOffi.ce in Wilkinson's .Bloc!. !li" May8:ly J. F. PrNGUEY, W. W. CLAUK. PINGttEY & CLARK, Attorneys A Counselors at Law RED WING MINN. Oinoe-an Main st.over Baker's Hardware Store iGEOUGE W. RUTHERFORD, Attorney a Counsellor at a •ROSCOE. GOODHUE COUNTY. "Will at...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 12 March 1862

tMi&jmWolugii OPPIC1AL PAPER OP THE COUNTY. M. A E it W in a 12 1 8 6 2 President's Message. We publish this week a message from the President looking towards the gradual eman Slavery thus become, from year to year, more and more circumscribed, and in time, it is to be hoped, all the States will volun tarily abolish the institution, more particu larly as there is no probability that the negro will leave the land of his childhood) Delinquent Taxes. A bill of special importance to property holders who have not paid their taxes, pass ad the Legislature at the last hour of the session. A bill similar to that which passed wis introduced by the Senate Committee of Ways and Means, early in the session,but met with severe opposition from some mem bers, and close criticism from many out siders. The bill, as passed, provides that all lands sold for taxes prior to 1860 may be redeemed upon the payment of the full smount of the tax originally assessed, with seven per cent interest on the sa...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 12 March 1862

ffliKBSMMra &e* HOMB^COL&MNT iRED WING, MARCH 12.1S62. Toww ORDEKS.—We have just printed, ami nave now onband, a large lot of blank town orders which we shall sell cheap. Town Clerk will find it much moro convehlent tb use the blanks than they will to write ah order every time tbey want to use one. SOLDIERS' AID.—The ladies ef Red Wing, hot long Ago-, aent serenty-nine towels up to Capt. HubbArd':} Company, the ume being the purchase of the last of their funds, Amounting to about eight liars. PUBLIC LAWS.—With each number of the Volunteer we Shall publish a number of the laws passed at the late session of the State Legislature, until all of a public na ture, and all of a private or local character, that in any way interest our readers, shall nave been published. bisTBtCT COURT.—By a law that passed the Legislature at the last hour of its session, the time of holding Court in this county was 'changed from the third Tuesday in une to the third Tuesday in May, and from the firs...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 12 March 1862

'J'^^^MWPPIPIW I yW** manslaughter in the second degree. Sec.'9. Section thirty-four of said chapter is amended so as to read as follows: If any person, being armed with a dangerous weapon, shall assault anoth er, with intent to rob, or to murder, or to do great bodily harm, he shall be punished by imprisonment in the State Prison not more than five years nor less than one year. Sec. 4. No offence committed and no penalty incurred previous to the {icreby )assage of this act shall be effected but the provisions amended by the foregoing sections, as they ex isted before such amendments, shall be in force and apply thereto, and con trol any judgment to be pronounced thereon. Sec. 2. This Act shall take effect in thirty days after its passage. Approved February 24, 1862. A N AC Relating to security for costs and forcases the collection of costs and disburse ments. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota Section 1. Whenever a civil action shall be commenced in any Dist...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 March 1862

Wr.1 gqap* yj, {•,..,:.-.-... TOfinu ,i?iil*ju i: VOLUME 6 NUMBER U. tfftBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, PARSER & A E N *tte«jiaoir 8oBsor.irTioN Strictly in advance. $1,50 per annum ifATfe O A E I S I N Ten linea or lea's make a square. LKOAL ADVEBTISMKNTS, 40 eta. per squr.. for first intTtiun,3^c t».e 'ch subsequent insertion. Advertisejnentssct in double column,}£ pTica nhlitionul. Transientadvertisements mnst be paid for in advance, continued advertisements quar terly and legal advertisements before the day of ualo. rtusiness Carls.(six lines.) $6 per year. All advertiesments continued until ordored 'out. JAMES II. PAHKKK. W (i. ALLEN. S I N E S S CARDS W. W. PHELPS, A O N E A A W E W I N MINNESOTA 51y JAMES II. PARKER, A 1TORNEY 4- COUNSEL OK A LA W. A Notary REDWING MINNESOTA. Office in Tlie Goodhue Volunteer building Kcd Wing, March 8th. tf C. & J. C. McCLURE, Attorney X, Counselor!! at a KED WING, MINNESOTA. Offlee In 15rand's new building, next door to th* Ked Wing House....

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 March 1862

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE 11. A E E it W in Warcli 19 1 8 6 Days of Chivalry Returning. ,. In the middle ages deeds of personal bravery and daring on the field of mortal combat were a man's sure passport to dis tinction among his fellow men. Such has always been the case, and ever will be until the sword shall bo forever laid aside, and the-melenial morning shall dawn upon the world. *'••'. 'to. v.- ,• The general order of Major General Mc Clellan, issued on the 22d day of February, the day. on which the army of the Potomac moved, and on which-it had long before been intended it should move, partakes more of the ancient chivalry than anything, original ing in modern times, that has ever met our notice. The order is, that there shall be inscribed on the colors of regiments and bat teries the service of the United States the names of tbe battles in which they have taken a meritorious part." Tn the same order the commander says, It is expected that the troops so distinguished will regard t...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 March 1862

J-!,-, ,..:..,„..!.,.'•• set of day. tn ih« l?iMm«« COLT/MBr/"" WING, MARCH 10, 136?..,... CtfTtr ELECTION. "opened at 1 o'clock 1*. VT. .By order of the Citv Council. P. SANDFORD, Clerk, Bed Wing, March IS. 1S62. P.VB. Doc—Our thanks are due to Hon. \7yrus Aldrlch for Valuable public documents. ^IARKETS.—Wheat has an upward ton. dencr, 60' to 63 cents being the ruling figures for No. 1. Corn and oats are hish and the 1'pv.TTtv.—On the first page may be found a poem from one of our Red Wing boys, now in the Third Regiment, that was hand ed to us with the request that it be pub lished. Our readers will admit that what ever it may lack in some particulars it is not deficient in originality, in the most excellent quality of "sticking to the text," nor in rhvmc. PllOCEBDIN-GS OV TIIK COUNCIL.— At to the Firemen certificate! ship. WOOD— More wood has been gotten out the present winter than ever before almost cvory vacitnt lot in town has been converted into a wood yard, while the river b...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 March 1862

1 $ I a from Sfc TfmmmmaXaitt are informed that the following are the current prices oi the chief articles of subsistence at the tWfc places respectively, to wit: -jfea^l&i cts. perlb. ets. perlb. BdCPork a St. Samo at St. Paul, 8to4}£ 'Lohls.t 8 to 11 Bseon at St. Louis, 13^ wim**A '.••18* FlotttrV^' HardBread CswdleB Silt Kagt// J.-.« Sesp Vinegar a Beans '.'•/Hif.r Approved March 6, 18G2. mti« hi I 7 8 to 8 to 2 8 15 18 8 4% 44 •-'-•20 I Ml 8 7-10 8 "perqt.8 2% j*r%t.lK 6% 'M That the cost of soldiers' rations at Stt Paul now is, and will be tor the future, in an increased ratio less than at St. Louis, without regard to the cost i©f transportation, which being added makes the difference very great fy in favor"of St. Paul. Therefore your memornlists would respectfully request that the Assistant Commissary of Subsistence at SuPanl may be wdered lo make such purchas eg, in behalf of the Federal Govern ment, at St, Paul, in this State. ^Ajyproved March 5,1802. •:. AN ACT .j Presc...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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