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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 19 August 1843

4tdt4y runi.uiiF.i) WEKKI.T. SAMUEL J. WIIKETT rtiiLtauKit and raoi'niKToit TERMS SuBsoniPTinv Four dollar par an- iiftitt if pniil in ntlvimcc. Seven Dollar if pniil on the receipt of Fifty- two numbers. ADVERTISING Firt itiecttion per squnre of ten lines or Icm $ 1 00 Second ami iibsrquiut incrtion . 75 Announcing Cnnilithites fin ndvnncu 10 00 ORGANIZATION AND EDUCATION. A tnle of our own timo. By Tlicoplulus Uurntchilil Esq. cmrTER. iv. Weeks pnssel. tin; visits of Tulhot had been frcnuciit at Bordendalc. Sometime in the sociely of Mary sometime in that or the gentle Julia. Tulbot loved Mary but il was an impulse which struggled ngninsl his judgment. Every time he saw ihcgTntlc Julia his heart smnto him with theenseof its injustice and wrong; he saw the gentle girl pale before him and at each visit fade and droop until ne could have wept over a decay which he Tell ought not to have hWti and which brought the ping of bitter self-reproach as an alloy to the intoxicating draughts n...

Publication Title: Planter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 19 August 1843

tVMJfe . ' i . r S f '. I 7t& A . Navy" and that ho fuvb notliing ntintil the " remoral of the vcstels from New Or' Uatis." It will bo inferred therefore tlml ' tho iHtpositicn of the Auxlin nnd Wharton was to take place in Niw Orleans! When the "secret act" of Congrna and all the instructions are publiBed 1 will be enabled lo justify my conne more fully by nhewing 1st. That if Mho disposition of the navi' hnd taken place as contemplated by ihn President tho Auttin nnd Wharton would hnvafallen into hands whereby a scri oiis etil might have resulted to Texas there fromt 2d. That from information received in New Orleans I wns justifiable in inking the responsibility of removing tho vcsiels beforo named to Gahcttan (although I hnd no" instructions to do so) imismuch us there wns it risk of their being destroyed nnd I so wrote tho President; and for another rea- son' that it wns the lust remnant of coast defenceund incase of n descent on Gal- veston bv the enetnv which there wmi no ...

Publication Title: Planter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 19 August 1843

llratHA.W-MTUv ai J6-5l(.- nMw..tt --nrfww-rt.-71v v "V " fr .. ' ".5 cl; .& "VI "My i .-laritoMfcatBttu-e- -rtftWtv ifinAtvn. ii i " M THE I'LANTISR. fl u'JSajaS&'ffs) &Qt3t? Ufi)j a ilSKlQi f OCT Wo Invo boon requested to an- fiiruincc Gen. Alexander SoMWtvatE as a j candidate for thn oflico of Major General. (KrWeliave hcon requested to announce that Gen. Thus. J. Uu.sk is nol ti cantlidnlc filr the office or Major General and that Gen. Mciniicmi Hunt is a cnmlidnio. The Great Ilunibup.-aliidcpundencc Stc. We should have deemed it entirely unnecessary to have mnde nny com- ments on this communication and have left it to have told for its value had not the author thought proper to mako some statements which we are pleased that it is in our powcf to explain as otherwise individuals residing at a dis- tance might give more weight to the paraded (acts' than they deserve. As we have already pretended to say that the candidates nominated by he meet- ing were the fair choice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 19 August 1843

MS ' r1 i i Bh1HwMBM --? nVUHwnwnwBlwwlwwJIIHWJWBWwjwSiMBWAawwAMHKI i . aMEBwfe . nn"n""wwwiiiHHBHHnimpn"nPHm fits t &JbSHbhusbm ''''w'wBHwrKIBJhjs6BbMI -- rmi" tf"ffey "ar V -vtaJr J llBiili' n T: k ! . S lUf I I T' THIS' I'LANTEIt. SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1843. gljUrfculte?!. MWM H-lMM--M-MM- A mealing of. llio Organization and Prekium Committee of ihe Agriciillurnt Society will (nice place on Friday ihc first day of September at Columbia tit the office of (ho Planter for (be purpose of drafting a suitable Conntitution to the Society nnd for other purposes connected witn its in .lerestu. A full meeting of the members is requested. By order of the President. MATTHEW HOPKINS Sec'y. Committee: Hon. P. C. Jnck J. P. Caldwell J. G. McNeel Gov. H. G. Runnels Dr. R. M. Collins C. R. Piftton Robert Mills Isaac T. Tjnsley Charles D. Sayre Lennder McNeel Col. D. Randon John: Duncan Capt. John Rugely W. J. E. Heard Maj. J. S Montgom j Picking of Cotton. Tho season of picking cottonjs at liaml...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 9 September 1843

BSD v rf 7. r - mtp- K & (' s I THE PLANTER. SATURDAY SEPT. 9 fiticultuval-i Improvcmunt of Stock. Tlinrn in nn country on tlllS C tvliuru tho natural mlvantnges nr for tlio raising of stock of nil kinc cxporicnco of the Inst ten years sh conclusively "111111 tho uusmesa rnisinu is moro profitable than thofPfliva tion of the soil. At tlio present price of cotton it is essentially necessary that tlic planters should adopt a system of more general production. As yet there arc but few of the planters who have dovo'ted their altentiouAo the rais- ing and improvement of storflLThc few otoolt rnioora Jn-rfitrCUUIIliyJ' "P USCd ihft native stock which have bred iind in for years. There havo been no oflbrts mnde by largo stock raisers to cross the nativo with tho imported Durham and other valuable breeds of cattle. It is true there havo been importations mado of the best English breeds both of cattle and hogs; but they havo generally been made by those who did not follow stock raising a...

Publication Title: Planter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 9 September 1843

KuL'-JUnrB . 4 N- L 1 i Vr Wlicro no nolico of appeal wan given in Courl beow nor was any bond filed there isjno foundation for the exorcise of appellalo jurisdiction and tlio case will bo dismissed. Ifchny vs. Manloie. The Court has no power to compel a party to tako a non suit and should the plaintiff persists ho has i right to submit the cause to the jury. McGill y Wife vs. De Ltiplane. Tlio net cstblishing iho jurisdiction and power of tlio District feourls required the personal sorvicu of all process and where during the time that provision of t lie statute continued in foice the ShorifT returned that ho served the defendants with a copy of the writ and petition by leaving the same at hs house and the defendant neither ap- pearing nor answering judgment wont ngainst him by default. The defect is fa- tal aUtl thr cause must bo remanded for a new trial .-Ma Wert vs. Varis Brown Sj Co. Under the statutes of this republic She- riffs urcauthorized to serve writs of altach- - mont an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 23 September 1843

iL JWpWIIffilWI IMIIIMIIM tic tauter rUDMSIinD WEEKLY. SAMUEL J. DITKNETT rUULtSHJIH AND PKOl'METOK. TERMS SunscnirrioN Four dollars per an- num if paid in advance. Seven Dollars if paid on the receipt of Fifiy- tvvo numbers. ADVERTISING First insoition per square of ten lines or less $ 1 00 Second and subsequent insertion 7i Announcing Candidates fin advance 10 00 ORGANIZATION AND EDUCATION. A talc of our own times. Dy Thcopliilus Burntchiltl Esq. chapter ir. There was a touching softness in the eyes and manner bf Julia which had always affected Talbot. Ho had never analyzed the feeling or tho cause; although the re- collection of it even when absorbed in passion in the earlier hours of his love for Mary brought a more melancholy tone to iiis voice mid tenderness lo his heart. Now that fate had severed the chords which iiad bound his own and the life of Mary together in tho loneliness of his feel ings he frequently sought the society of Julia. If ho had asked himself why he took a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 23 September 1843

Tsr Yound lhnt llio river Imt) overflowed the Idw around on tho cast side Tor near a inllo and that tlic river was impassable; we tc- I -i. .... .1-..- ...I.flt n it.n mean tiino two companies were .detached i lo innKo n bridge across iio river. jii mo (fifth of December the army was put in inn I'tiflli lo ci'ofla tlic river anil llio greater part of the men woto untlor ihe noccssily ol kvaditig frequently nbove wqist deep their" lidrscsbeinn unablo to carry incm uirouuii llio inundated bottom; about throe o'ciocii wo iiiki succecueu m tunning our irauau; tnd halted for the day on Iho west bank (q l .. ....! l-l l-' iry our cunning anu cieun our anna i m vioU3 to our drrivnl on tins stream Ciipi Hays who bud command of tho spy com' p.aqy which acred" as our rear guard win onfi-rrd (o take nsninll lctaclunont logeiuc with Flriko and anotlicr'htjliun nid proccei -on lo Laredo lor Htc put pose oi reconiioi- tcrhig; whilst our cump was nt this river thh Indian returned bringing intellig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 23 September 1843

si r "l iiobokcn I 7 Wo; : r rr . .. . ...i riv.... m ivnn ana iaaii iu By the cnaZllrllLTrZJJJr understand that tliu animal under kind J3L riwvAm- treatment has quite recovered. Mr. WHEREAS a despatch has been j)ag nol rocovcrea lj3 property. received at the State Depart- y jSu7 ment from H. B. M. Charge d'Affoires to this Government founded upon n On.. Suing the States. There ap- despatch he had received from II. M. poors to be some persons seriously Charge d'Affairs in Mexico anouncing DOnt on the object of getting in some to this Government that Gen Santa ay f possible a judgment at law n- Ana would at onrte consent to the rc-rrainst the 'states that hevc failed to lease of all the Texian prisoners in pay their debts We find this state- Mexico whatever might be their num-pent in the Boston Advertiser bers upon the Mexicans slill held!" We have recently seen two letters prisoners in Texas being sent to the referred toby Mr. Parker which were Head'Quarters of General Adrian Woll a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 23 September 1843

. i? i -? 7 r-- 4 . (.- 'J c II. ; i.:"M " . . M p ' . .V 'fc 3 r J 1 .if " -" 71 .' . x ' ' ' ' ---.- V- vVt - fc r-r. :. . & ' ' j. .i(r ... ... V . f : ' " V 'r . '$ ft THIS I'LANTER. SATURDAY SEPT. 23 1013. g(dvcctilttitau AtilUCIJLTURAL SOCIETY. Tim Firit Qunrlorly Meeting of tliu Ai;rJcul- turnl Society wn postponed until the Si!cond Monday in December. Hy order of tbo Presi- dent. M. HOPKINS Corresponding Sec. OT Wo are nssurod by hc plnnterfi from difTcrent parls of the county bolowj tlmt the injury austuincd by tho crops has ' boon much lighter than wnsatfir9t itnngin. cd. Vo lliinlc that the nvcnigo crop of the county' if thoballance of tho season is fa- vorable will bo fair. ! We hnvo received from Judge William son a snmpio oi ft now spocica oi cnJinn. It is decidedly superior in bdntity and length of staple to any thing vo have ever seen. Tho seed came we.beliuve from the U. Slates. Its history is us follows: One of the pickers a son of tho planter noticed a plant d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 2 December 1843

rV. I '-Aaaur w' T?P 11 IK i'ljAiVn&lt. SATURDAY Di:u. 2 1013." i . '&&rfcitttttvtt Chyinlslry. T-iio progressof the Science ol Agri- culture up to the" beginning of tlie last .century was nut marked 'by brilliant 'discovery or any important improve- ment. The moderns in the Results o( their system of Agricullurp' could show no important advanccl on the ancients for in fticVlhcy did not mate- rially dlfTer in their moclo of culture. Nearly the samo form of instrutnerits tho same application of manures and . of (allowing was praclired among the ancient dlutnans and older nntionsfas prevailed two cenlures ago. The experience of ngoa hittJ mmiu- ally enlightened the world by the slow progress o( experiment and chance unaided by science; "and wlfile the effects of e'xperTih'c'nt were thus made manifest and agriculture brought to a high statu of perfection the cause of the results' obtained rcm-iined unkhenvn and unsought nr was ignorently ascri- bed'VpcViuWMiiu-ing tiu infli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 2 December 1843

there nro huffow ofour citizens who have are tho?e reptiles who for base mercenary Boriously entorlnincd tho desiro under nny pu poses won m muB. ....... -J . iulv 0f fhuso clulilrcii ol llio lorcst and Ives unucr pre:umc0 10jr mi(B against those who circum8tnnccs to plnco iticmscl tho protection of cither of those powers yet sufficient hud been the discussion to induco England to take those steps by whicli alio lias become in a degree tho con- troller of ourdes'iny. Through nil the throes which belong to' the birth of nations we have steadily nd vanned in population mid prosperity. If tho tide of emigration has decreased in ra-l pidity wo have lost the feverish spirit of speculation nnd are building up tho perma- nent prosperity of the nation in tho incrc.isc of honest labor. If wo have been guilty! of extravagance in our finnnccs wo can point to no nation who hath not sinned tn. like manner. We have an intelligent well informed population. And our laws not- withstanding nil which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 10 February 1844

.- Ma. i-jut J--"-'"x rw'"y'' 'r;"-'"-- ; ; SA.1IUf3flj J. BMIW-tfiESVl? ' rnni.ifliinit ami iJitoimi:To"tt. -' TERMS SunsdiiirrlnN-'-Foiir diilhta jJor an num. 5T rthiil In ntll'imm. '- v . a Seven Dollar if pnul on tho receipt of'Fifiy.' two iiumbcrd. i 'V ' N- ADVEIlTIfJiyy Firtt iiistit thin per .iiaro of tun lines or le?i v 1 (JlV S(notid mill siihs(.'(iiicii( ill'i'rliiih ' if. Anhnfihclhl' Cnmliilf.tt" fin 'nuvnn'cul 6 00 For tlib IM'uitcr. THE TEX1.1N CAPTIVE'S DREAM. Written in the Prison oft Santiago Qity I of Mexico Juno 'lth 1813. My1 chililliomPsjlioml nitiaii to. iil'v ThehauuU of boyhood well I kncy. W(iera J'ont in'iiinoccn'ce mid inirlh I rbiinU'd tiib happiest Hung on Earth A giihly thonghloss Iniighiiijrjboy V i .W.haToiniiJ in.jiny thng.in toy ... Whcrtntoo 1 pushed thiisehnppy ynrjra JVhen jill around so bright appears Sweet' yeiiri t ciiBpcRliii''tniili My hnppy'dreiiiniiii: curly 'youth "' Tlii! villiigo church) anil (;rnvn yard green The niutuTo.wV njii'u loi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 10 February 1844

i'& Ail tfiTJr1' r '"i't"" !PFj;tTpr gjygisiittD&go j?s0- ay aaflaB Vo Iparn fioni a (genlehnjin who iad just arrived from Snn Folipo that il Was sunp6scd there tlmt Congress adjourned on Monday Iqsl . Vg .rcgrpt! to learn that on Sunday ij)o situation of Wm. H jar k'jyaq again considered dangerous. Wo calftho attention pf our rcacjors to the notice of n public meeting to bo hold iA Brazoria to tjiko into consideration' tlio teps lobe pursuou" in relation to the dj- repl tai$es;. for the polloclipjj of which sq largo a portion of the property of Brazoria county is advertised Wo understand from a genllema loft Houston on Monday List that a aiPne1 had been received from Mn- Bell of .the U. S Senate who states that 40 members of tlje Xf- S. Senate are in faypr pf Annexa- tion and. lliat tlioro isnlso unquestionably a majority in tho house for the admission of Texas. At Houston and- Galveston we under- stand that little doubt is entertained as to tlio ccrtqjnty of jour admission...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 22 March 1844

!- r -niii!iu.'.mmMWEa runi.ts!ii:i vvkkki.y. SAMWEBi J. IHJBffETT ruiiMsnr.u and rani'ltuvroit. TERMS UBscmrTioNKour dollar per nil- tiumiT paid in ailvuiioi'. Sovcn Dollars if paid mi the receipt of Fifty- two nuinliur.s. ADVERTISING First iiwcitioii per .tinre of tun lines or 1cm S I OH Second and subsequent insertion 50 Announcing Candidate fin advance fi Oil Tho Wrongs ami llrvcngc of M iiiinu By Thuoplulus Hiimtchild Csq. ciiArTLn in. Scateil on ilio brow of a. to:ky eminence) Marina waited for her lovir. Tho com pressed and changing lip the anxious cje wandering on vacancy the small snndollod foot uneasily drumming Ilie gtniiitc face ol A Hie liill all told of (ho painful elnractcr ol her varying emotion4. Well had ihc pa- rasite of Montezuma desciibtd her as beautiful. Every line of her exquisite form rwas perfect ingrace and proportion; and now as the softened light ol thu setting In. miliary made more in'iiifost her loveli- ness illumining hci dmk eyes with a brigh- ter li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 22 March 1844

Mr. Walters Loiter ou Annexation. Texas us Mr. Jefferson declared wns ns dearly embinccd in the pnrchnsn by us ol' Louisiana ns Now OrloaiiH itsrjlf nnd thut it was mri of that region is demonstrated by llio discovery liy llio 'great Lnsnlle of the source mid mouth of the Mississippi nnd his occupancy (or France west of the Coloindo. Our tight to Texas ns a pnit of Louisiana wns assorted and demonsir.i ted by Presidents Joflbison Madison Mon- roe and John Q. Adams. No one of our president: has ever doubted our title; am) Mr. Clay has ever maintained it as olcai anil unquestionable. Louisiana was r.c- quired by a treaty with Fiance in 1803 by Mr. Jfeffurson; and in tho letter ol Mr. Madison the Secretary of Slate dated March 31st 1S01 ho any? expressing his own viw3 and those of Air. Jefferson tint Louisinna 'extended westwurdly to the Rio Brlvo otherwise called llio Del Norte. Orders were accordingly obtained from the Spanish authorities for the deli- very (if all the posts on tho w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 22 March 1844

.s i l ;4 t f y gauuBiMwaiJMiWniaBi.iji'fjivMuLMMi.iiijj.'jii'.iirB'iit.j.iBUJi.ijwiuiii'i iTllTLAiNMlt. ffajaa.si'iSo KajiJ4)ii t& uuHMe (r The Presbytery of itiu Brazos will meet ut Columbia 011 Thursday tin 40i tiny of April nt'.xi. It is expected livo 01 six ministers will bo present and icijulir sor vice will bo held five or six times cuch duy Tor four day O-The " Puntkii'' will bo issued on Frid.iyof every week iiistcnd of Smuidnj ns heretofore tosuil the weekly mail wlm li leaves here evcrv Silunhv rnoining. Qr-Advcrtiscnicnls intended for publi- cation in the "Planter" should bo lnnded in on Wednesday's. OT'Seo second page lor exlrncl from Mr. Walker's letter on annexation. We regret to learn tlie death by drown- ing") I Frederick Lemsky ami his pat tin r Air. Finnke. They left San Luis some weeks since with 11 flat of corn for G.ilves (on. During the night-it blew a li.ird noither and it is believed the flat lillcd and punk as nothing has yet been lieu id of it. The bod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 22 March 1844

f-'. 1 K L '' 4 v SX.L - r fe "St ffWHaWW"". H.1. i'w uima.t.M..mmfemimu.Bi8iii .'1U1IS PLANTER. rniDAY aiAKcii. s 10-14. gfivicultttwl. Fom Lllswohth Amiucultuuk Allltf We Extract the following. No. II. Mode of manufacturing elaine and ttrar- ' ine from lard tVc patented In John II. Smith No. 122 Front si. N.York City. To all whom it may .concern: Bo it It now n that I John II. Smith of bo city of Brooklyn in tlic co. of Kings and SiqIc of New-York huvo invented n now nnd useful improvement in the manner of separating from each other tho elaine nnd Btcnrjno which nro contnincd in lurd; by means of whirti improved process the operation is much facilititcd and tho pro- ducts nro obtained in a high decree of pu- rity; and I do heteby docln're th'ut the fol- lowing is a full and ox-act description thereof. The first process to be performed upon tho Inrd is lliiit of boiling which miy he effected either by direct applicution of fire to the' kettle or by moms of slcam; whon tho latter i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 5 April 1844

s f w K I 1 Jf? S??3" - Yr- jt '' A. . . k ' W) ' rUBMSHMI WttKKLT. VUlUJSItKU AND I'll'lt'IUttTOK. TKRMS Sudsciui'Tion Four dnlhm per nil- Mini if ptiitl in ndvhncc. Seven Uolhmir paid on the receipt of Fifty- two iiiiiuliura. ADVERTISING -Kirn inmitinti per square . of ton titles or lei $ 1 00 Second iitul subsequent insertion 5f Annoiinuiiig Uimlidiitci fin advanco G 00 The Wrongs unil llevcngo oi'Miiiiun Uy Tlieophilus Biirutcliild Esq. CHAl'TEll v. In vain" Maiinu staitled llio night with hor fruutio cries. In vain she called on Chores unJ lior father for help file alter tile of ihe soldiery of Montezuma crowded round the litmr. and rhiroil it with -ni puce tow.ds tho palace; Us solid Mulls soon enclosed Ikt and lescue was rendered neaily impol-siblchad her father und Choris been at hbeity to make Ihe attempt. Ad tho full horrors of her situation pres. scd on the mind of the maiden nnd the lust hope died in her heart she bought to nerve hetsell in meet the dingers which surioun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planter — 5 April 1844

V V. 0 ?v . k r. !mm I " 1 s i ?T IW1 -T. I I-Vow Ac fVo.tAinoi Corresjtondmt of t the New Orleans ISulhtvi. This is tlio Night for tho action of the democrntic cfcucufl; but I am ignorant! as jetof'lho results. So far however (lie jrroceedings in the House-show a decided victory over tho spirit of abolition I send you the proceedings in t!ie c:tsewhiih i deeni quite important. Mr. Holmes moved the following roso. Iiltion: ' Reiolced tllut tho people of the slnyo holding slates and territories of this Union and of tho District of Columbia have a right not only to their property in slaves hut In "tho enjoyment of thitt right jn peace -unmolested' by Federnl action; hiid that tho receipt of nny petition inomc-rial o resolution touching that right of properly' safely of lhe1Union. Mr. IT. moved iho' previous question end Mr. Cave Johnson moved to lay it on tho tiibjo which was negatived ayes 1(J3 nous 63. Tlio previous question having been seconded Mr. Bclsor moved a recon- sideration ...

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