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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 29 August 1848

VOL. V. lUcl)incmi> Hailn Republican. ‘ PUBLISHING FIRM: C Robert H. Gallaher, Benj. F. Gallaher. " E. A. Gallaher. 1 TER.33®: > DAILY PAPER, in the City, $T per annum, payable semi-annu- C Uv in advance; when mailed $8 in advance. I wt v roov Dor year $2, in advance, three copies for bS 7 iSe at the rcsk of the publishers, in all ewes where evidence is taken of the deposite of a letter m the Post Office containing money. ADVERTISI G. One Square (15 lines) or less, one insertion, Each additional insertion, 5 00 * One month, without alteration, 7 50 * Two do do do 10 00 t Three do do do U So Two Squares, 12 months, renewable occasionally, 40 00 , ESSS R^L'^.LeX^au'othe 7 ! Advertisements sent b, them tube an additional charge, and no variation. , . , ot t 0 be inB eS^“r^-o e be ffll usual rates, subject to gaging one or m. >re insert more than tfie amount Uqf!ui I heTta nding rule\inder the contract, and all exccciiingTuch arnouul to be charged at fei...

Publication Title: Richmond Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 29 August 1848

j Utcbmouft Eepubltaxn. •iif „!.»-<» oady, Semi-Weekly, ami Weekly. i 1.1 VUK P. BALDWIN, 7 trniTOim riOBERT H. GALLAHER.J EUIIOKb. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OT NEW YORK. STATE EEECTORS. 1. John J. Jones, Norfolk Borough. 2. George W. Bolling, Petersburg. 3. Henry P. Irving, Cumberland. 4 Joseph K. Irving, Lynchburg. 5. William Martin, Franklin. 6. William C. Rives, of Albemarle. 7. Robert E. Scott, Fauquier. 8. Henry T. Garnett, Westmoreland. 9. John A. Meredith,: Richmond city. 10. Robert Saunders, Williamsburg. 11. Andrew Hunter, Je'fferson. 12. Alexander H. H. Stuart, Augusta. 13 Samuel McD. Moore, Rockbridge. 14. Connally F. Trigg, Washington. 15. George W. Summers, Kanawha. 16. Gideon D. Camden, Harrison. 17. Francis H. Pierpont, Marion. THE TATLOR PLATFORM. « The power given by the constitution to the Executive, to interpose his veto, is a high conservative power, which should never be exercised except i...

Publication Title: Richmond Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 29 August 1848

———- EUROPEAN AGENCY FOR THE RECOVERY OF DORMANT and improperly withheld REAL and PERSONAL ESTATE, The settlement and a bitralion of commercial, trading and other debts—securing patents for inventions in Qre t Britain, Ireland, and the colonies and dependencies thereunto belonging, and negotiating lor the purchase and sale of the same. THE principal object in the establishment of this agency is to set arrest in the most satisfactory and economical manner possible, the numerous claims for property which citizens ol the U. Slates really have, or possess in England and elsewhere. The efforts of designing and unscrupulous men have been actively eagaged in influencing a belief on this subject in many quarters, with 3 view to petty peculation, and evidences of the fact have been so frequently brought to light as to render it urgently necessary that an othce be established having for its object the satisfaction of those who have been d luded,and to establish the claims of such as are the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 29 August 1848

5 jiiFE ASSURANCE, /ATIONAL LOAN FUND life assurance society, No. 26 Cornliill, London. CAPITAL £500,G00, OR $2,500,000. EMPOWERED by act of parliament. Tyr/S institution embraces important and substantial .-.(vantages with respect to life assurance and deferred anM'i' 6B - The assured has, on all occasions the power t,. Borrow, without expense, oi forfeiture of the policj, /wo-thirds of the premiums paid (see table); also the optiou of selecting benefits, and the conversion of his interests to meet other conveniences or necessity. Assurances for terms of years at the lowest possible rates DIVISION OF PROFITS. The remarkable success and increasing prosperity of the Society has enabled the Directors, at the last annual invesi gallon, to declare a fourth bonus, varying from 35 to 35 «r cent on the premiums paid on each policy effected on ie profit scale. EXAMPLES: ""' ' T 7 'xj 3 p. I 1 s i u Is vS I S 1 I s| SO q S 'I. O <! yj &! |x W pa Ph -a Im x. $ $ $ $ 9 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 23 May 1849

mm»ii*>nwm Minimi mi mi mmu — «imnwi»»iii >■ mho nwin»«inriiiiit iimawririr ■kiiiuiii m wimm ir YiiiMimn rniirn~r>~r — rminniimiiiimiinai—nini i ii«miaiiin*i rnir«iii~ i-~ rm n m ~n i » «kw(*'i.v. , rt>ifc«cwiway'..v/,> RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. 1849. lute Sugar for sale by DAVENPORT , ALLEN $ CO i. assorted patrerns, for sale b}' CJUIS BENNETT $ CO, Druggists, No 153 Eagle square •iDENTED ATTRACTION. ,'HED COTTON full yard wide at No eet, for 6 pence per yard. —Just received fine Long Cloths, full yard wide, which at the very low price of 6 pence per yard, yourselves that it is no humbug, but an Also onjiand a handsome assortment of ,s and flowers of the latest fashions. JOHNSON & COX, Cheap Cash store, No 31 Main street, ixpecte-d a case of handsome Calicoes, fine li colours, which We will sell at cts per [ap 26] J Ik C. Another lot of very superior Family Hams; ne (. offee; just received by L P ELLIS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 23 May 1849

THE REPUBLICAN. Published Daily, Sent-'Weekly, and Weekly O. P. BALDWIN, 7 jgpixOßS. R. 11. 6ALLAHER, > WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY The South Western Road. The friends of this improvement —and who are not its friends? —must rejoice to perceive that the only doubt which hung over its prospects is rapidly passing away. The Legislature had done its part last winter in lending its Herculean shoulder to aid our Southwestern wagoners out of the mire; it remained to be seen whether they would co-operate with the State and evince a spirit and liberality worthy the occasion. We rejoice to perceive that their application for legislative aid was not the petition of an indolent and parsimonious people, endeavoring to obtain the blessings of fortune without an efiorton their own part. Far from itv, They were not able to accomplish all that circumstances required, but they have done what they could, and are now evincing a most manly and energetic spirit. We rejoice to witness these developm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 23 May 1849

■^■■■*^**J l i l iL"!*!?!n ,>,M, *«* wl^ —iliLf!!!! 1 !”!-** 1 1111 "* ll !!gi ll . > * l, ‘ l T" 1 -'' . '•" \ VOL. VIII, l'itci)iuono lUailn Hcpi/duuiu PUBLISHING FIRM: Robert IT. GaJlaher and IS.' A. c^!ahor._ DAILY PAPER, in the City ,57 ; annum, payable semWMU. lly, in advance: when mailed $S in advance. m i...»r wFVKI Y per annum, invariably in advance. \VKKk l Y—Sinelc copy, per year $2, in advance,three copies fo * * R^UmS!l&»BniSo at the . isk of the Publishers, in all Uses where evidence is taken of. the deposit© of a letter in thc Voa ,;,iiccccnminin 5 m ? n.|. toV]EßTislsrG _ On. Square (15 ,inos)or IMS, one insertion ?0D 10 Each additional insertion, One month, without alteration,' 2 Two do do do . ' ()ft Three do do do Lonsrer advertisements in proportion. • One Square, renewable occasionally, 12 months, dU to Two Squares, 12 months, renewable occasionally, 40 00 Do do 6 do do do —> <*• rt-rNn .dvertindment will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 23 May 1849

IE REPUBLICAN. fKFtCK ON* lOTH STREET IN THE SECOND STORY OK THE BUILDING KNOWN AS UNION TEMPERANCE HAM.. OLIV V IS ‘ i l-'V, {>, ( te I )I T I>RV MLO ftALLAIOT,. ' MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23,:::::::::::1860. Capilo' Square on {lie 23d. From a very early hour, and long before the arrival cf the Procession, the Capitcl Square presented a gay and crowded scene. The ranges of seats on both sides the site of the monument were thronged to their utmost capacity. The platform reserved for the ladies exhibited an immense and solid phalanx of pretty bonnets bright eyes, beaming smiles anti blooming cheeks, which was much more formidable than any body ot soldiers we saw on the ground that day. The western porch of the Capitol was packed as thickly with ladies and gentlemen as a drum of figs ; so were the windows ; so was the Washington Hotel. We had no idea there were so many women in this world, or rather that, collected in masses, they would appear to so great advanta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 21 October 1850

i,, " L - - VOL. IX. RICHMOND REPUBLICAN. PUBLISHED BY ROBERT H. & EDWARD A. GALLAIIER TERMS: . DAILY PAPER, in the City, §7 per annum" payable ecmi-annually, in advance; when*mailed *8 in advance.' SEMI-WEEKLY, 85 per annum, invariably in advgu'oc.. WEEKLY—SingIe copy, per year §2, nraclvarftse. Retnittances may be made at the natf/of in aU. cases where evidence is taken, at of letters containing money. “ ADVERTISING. One Square (12 Jineslor less,” y.ne. insertion. .800 50 Eacli additional One month, without^Heratutfi,.... 5 00Two do do do. .t 750 Three do «b 'd0....’ v 10 00 Longer adv'crtiadnionts iiuproportion One Squafc,.yenow r able occasionally, 12'm0.. 80 00 Do do do do 6 d 0... 17 50 Two Squares, 12 mb, renewable occasionally, 40 00 I . Do . do D do do . ‘d0..... 25 00 Pjjjr~.No advertisement WilPbe ooiisidercd by the month ui\lesV sp*eCi;ficd 6n4lic tMaiTnscript, Or pr eviously t * P Agreed .on betw.gc A parties.' ’ _*? « ...» npecftibA number of jnsbrtions, wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 21 October 1850

RICHMOND REPUBLICAI. OLIVER F. BAWJWIN, ) editors, ho. 11. GALLAIII-K, s OFFICE ON lOTII STREET, IN THE SECOND STORE OF THE BUILDING KNOWN AS UNION TEMPERANCE HALL. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER I s?" Sec First, Third and Fourth Pages. Repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law. We see thata number of the Northern journals which deprecate resistance to the fugitive slave law, express the hope that it will be repealed at the next session ot Congress. It is well that the cost of that repeal should be calculated before it is attempted. This journal has been and is devoted to the Union of the States, and may therefore claim to be more than the exponent of ultraism, when it declares its opinion that the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law will, and ought to lead to the dissolution of the Union. The question before the people of the North is now substantially the same question that was presented to the North when the Union was formed. The South refused at that time to form the Union, unless a provision waaW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 21 October 1850

LATEST_NE¥S. Difficulty with the Negroes. Philadelphia, Oct 18.—A large crowd of colored persons assembled in front of the court house this morning, to await the decision of Judge Grier in the ca Sc °f ™e negro man named Henry Garnet, arrested under the fugitive slave law, and claimed by Mr, Thomas p- Jones, of Cecil county, Md. After a patient examination of the case, t' U! Judg o decided that the claimant had failed to make out his case, and accordingly discharged the personage. On coming out of the court house, Garnet was received by luscolored friends with joyous exultations bordering on a not; so much so that the Mayor begged thorn to desist, they disobeyed his request, when the police interfered and a violent collision ensued between the officers of the law and the negroes. In the fight one of the police had Ins finger nearly bitten off by a colored man. I‘ mally, the crowd was dispersed, and three of the ringleaders were arrested and held to bail in §I,OOO each to answer lor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 21 October 1850

RICHMOND REPUBLICAN. Tremendous Storm in Allegany. Pittsburgh, Oct. 17. —A tremendous storm of thunder, rain and lightening, occurred in Alleghany last ui'dit. An entire row of houses were struck, shattering the windows in pieces, and breaking up most ot their furniture. The inmates were more or less shocked. One man, lying in his bed, was severely injured. Several persons were knocked down, one ot \\hom, Di. Herron, remained insensible lor some time. L)t\ Swift s church was struck, but the destructive effect ot the fluid was carried off by the lightning rod. A frame house had its entire front knocked away, leaving the inmates exposed in their beds. The rain came down in torrents, and the wind blew a perfect hurricane, amidst a great number of accidents. The Telegraph Case. —The case of Morse s Telograph versus House’s, was decided by Judge Woodbury of Boston, on the 17th inst. The Judge went into' the history of telegraphing at great length. He contended that as the patent of Morse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 18 June 1851

VOL ~ ~ ’ ■ - ■■■ -- T- T - ■ . - _ RICHMOND, VA„ WEDNEBL JUNE 18, 1851. NO. .144 L THE kepublica: PUBLISHED BY ROBERT H. GALLAHER. TERMS: DAILY PAPER, in tiie City, S 7 per annum, pay saml-annually. in advance; when mailed *8 in at Ivan , SEMI- W EEICLY, *5 per annum, invariably in ad vs WEEKLY—Singie copy, per year $2, in advance, mittances may be made at {he risk of the Publisher allcases where evidence is taken at the Post Oflic letters containing money. ADVERTISING. One Square (12 lines) or less, one insertion. .SOO 5 Each additional insertion, 2 One month, without alteration, 5 0 Two do do do 75' Three do do do 10 0< Longer advertisements in proportion One Square, renewable occasionally, 12 mo.. 30 0( Do do do do ‘ 6 do.. 17 5( Two Squares, 12 mo, renewable occasionally, 40 0C "' V K* Do do 6 do do do 25 0C iS^’N’o.advertisement will be considered by the mor or 'year, unless specified on the Manuscript, or previous agreed on between the parties. An advertisement not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 18 June 1851

RICHMOND REPUBLICAN. S: EDITORSOFFICE ON TENTH STREET, IN THE FIRST STORV ' P THE BUILDING KNOWN AO UNION TEMPERANCE HALT.. vTeDNESDAY MORNINCL JUNE U The Times that Tried Men’s Souls. ” The Secessionists of South Carolina are much in the habit, in their belligerent essays and orations, of likening the present crisis to “ the times that tried men's souls,” and of invoking against the United States the spirit which was then manifested against the British Crown. We should think that a more unfortunate analogy, or an analogy which is less of an analogy, could not well be devised. The “ times that tried men’s souls ” were unlike the present times in Carolina in almost every particular. They were characterized throughout by great gravity and deliberation, and by the eloquence of action rather than that of words. A writer in the Charleston Courier forcibly says : “ Let us review the conduct of our fathers when they found ihe arbilrary oppressions of their mother country too grievous to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 18 June 1851

THE "REPUBLICAN* 'published by ROBERT ii. GALLAHER. ___ “ terms:: < DAILY PAPER, in the City, $7 per annum, payable eemi-annually, in advance; when mailed §8 in advance. SEMI-WEEKLY, $5 per annum, invariably in advance. WEEKLY —Single copy, per year $2, in advance. Remittances may be made at the risk of the Publishers, in all cases where evidence is taken at tire Post Office of letters containing money. ADVERTISING. One Square (12 linos) or less, one insertion. .SOO 50 Each additional insertion,. 25 One month, without -alteration, 5 00 'Two do do do 750 Three do do do 10 00 Longer advertisements in proportion One Square, renewable occasionally, 12 mo.. 30 00 Do do do . do 6 do.. 17 50 Two Squares, 12 mo, renewable occasionally, 40 00 Do do 6 do do do 25 00 £Sjf~No advertisement will be considered by the month cr year, unless specified on the Manuscript, or previously agreed on between the parties. advertisement not marked on the copy for a specified number of insertions, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Republican — 18 June 1851

RICHMOND BEFPBLICAjr. I »DrroMOFFICE ON TENTH STREET, IN THE FIRST STORV r F THE BUILDING KNOWN A« UNION TEMPERANCE HALL. fUE§SAY~MORNING, JULY ' SOLDIERS AND STATESMEN. The N. Y. Mirror seems to be of opinion that the time is approaching when the American People, or, at any rate, the Whig portion of them, will be called upon to decide between the Pen and the Sioord\ or, in other words, between a Statesman and a Soldier, as their choice for the next Presidency. We are not among those, as our past course has given evidence, who would exclude military men from elevation to the Presidency. Where high military qualities are found in combination with solid judgment, unselfish patriotism, a profound knowledge of mankind, u sagacity that can detect the demagogue’s designs through the thickest veil of concealment, and a humility which is proof against the most insidious snares of flattery, the great soldier is prepared to achieve equal renown in the cabinet as in the camp. Not less than fiv...

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