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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 June 1841

Jeffersonian Republican. BY SHELTON F. LEAKE. The Jeffersonian Republican is published every Thursday at Two Dollars and Fifty centers, per annum, to be paid within four months after the commencement of each subscription year, otherwise three dollars will be required. For Six months, One Dollar and Fifty Cents in advance. Advertisements will be inserted at $1 for every twelve lines, or less, for three weeks, and twenty five cents fqr each continuance. The number of insertions must be marked upon the manuscript, otherwise, they will be continued until they are ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Chancery Notices, inserted for $5 when they do not exceed two squares. Letters to meet with attention, must be post paid. REMITTANCE BY MAIL. FROM THE POST MASTER GENERAL. "A Postmaster may enclose money in a letter to the Publisher of a Newspaper, to pay the subscription of a third person, and frank the letter, if written by himself." Note.—Some subscribers may not be aware of the...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 June 1841

people along without giving thorn n lriiL> knowledge of its secret influent-is.— In 1821 mailers hnd become stiil worse.— Mr. Niles says on the 15ll) of September of I hut year : " A yentlemnn in Western Virginia, directs the Register to he stopped been use he used to p:>v for it hi>ntintly with one barrel of flour, but three will ivot do it now. Another, a miller in Ohio, on paying in advance to my agent, observed that be Inid sold four barrels of flour to obtain the note of five dollars which was remitted." The Weekly Register of May the 9th, 1821, gives the following quotation from "n late Pittsburg Mercury" of that year : " Floltr per barrel Sil ; whiskey 15 cents a gallon ; good merchantable pine boards 20 cents per hundred feet ; sheep and calves, SI a bead ; foreign goods at the old prices. One bushel and a half of wheat will buy two pounds of Coffee; a barrel of flour will buy a pound of Tea ; twelve and a half barrels will buy one yard of su...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 June 1841

Giving the domoc-tats less than one eighth of the I ithole number. And during a greater part of this time, the democracy have had a decided majority in this county. We get our information from the clerk's office by the aid of the clerk, who is our whig witness of the fact, and to hitn and the office wc refer the curious and the inquiring. Now this we consider as an outrage upon the people. We know that it will be attempted to be palliated, and that some individuals may think their integrity attacked. As to the palliation, it cannot alter the stubborn fact. The democrats of this county arc as sensible, as well known, as honest, and as convenient to business, as the whigs,—Why then have they no! been appointed, and why is it the case every where except where there is an overwhelming democratic majority? As to attacking their integrity as magistrates, we have no desire to do that, and will not if we can help it. We have never known a suit decided on whig principles as yet, but we know ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 June 1841

DR. BOYKINU ANTt-BlLiUb S FILLS, for lhe cure of Bilious Fever, Ague siud Fever, Hepatitis; or,lnflammation of the Liver Jaundice and Indigestion, The proprietor of this medicine will not, like Purucelatia and many inventors of the day, pretend to say his pills will cure all diseases in an instant, or are capable of prolonging life to an indefinite extent. Could he curelhem or arrest their progress to Iruilion, he would produce a chasm in the economy of ihe universe wiiinh is not permitted, y?t in conformity to the general benevolence of Providence, what lie cannot entirely relieve, he is enabled to paliate He can, however, confidently assert, if his pills be used in Ihe incipient stage of either of the above diseases, in ninety-nine cases out of nil hundred, no oilier medicine will he required, an! no family alter having tested their salutary effects, will ever be without a box ; of this however, the public will be the best judge. The following gentlemen have certified to the effic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1845

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. The Jeffersonian Republican in published every Thurnday, by JAMES ALEXANDER, at Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per year. For a shorter period than a year at the rate of Three Dollars per year. No attention will be given to a notice from a subscriber to stop his paper, unless it has been paid for up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $l for every 12 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Chancery Notices not exceeding 30 lines Inserted for $6. AN ESSAY, Read before the Albemarle Agricultural Society, at its Anniversary Meeting, held in Charlottesville, Saturday, Oct. 1, 1845. by DR. GEORGE BLÆTTERMANN. (CONCLUDED) Now, gentlemen, this calcarous matter, which you must at this time be convinced, as I am myself, is an indispensable constituent of fertile soils, may be present in them, in several distinct states o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1845

From the New York Sun. A famine in Ireland. That most "dreadful" of all calamities to ireland, as well as to England's Career of conquest:—a failure of the Irish potato crop— is now too painfully certain. From the cottages of Dublin, the two Meathes, Cork, Tyrone, Kilkenny, Carlow, Down, Roscommon, Waterford, Armagh, and Kerry, e.mbracing portions of the four provinces, we hear of the ravages of the rot, the plague, the murrain, or, as the Irish people designate it, "the cho'era" in the potatoes. The "great staff" of life" to eight or nine millions of people is turned into a poison, while those articles of food that other countries could rely upon for a mitigation of the calamity are being exported to England, to meet the exorbitant rents exacted from Irish farmers by a foreign aristocracy. A famine in Ireland! Who rcan contemplate it without horror! Her people cannot now command those mines of wealth which an absentee nobility have carried from her fertile soil ; nor can they be ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1845

From the Kanawha Republican. Internal Improvement Meeting. At a politic m'-eting h?ld by the citizen* ' of Kuiiiiwhit »i the November term 184.5, of the coun.y court thereof, to take into consideration the interests of Virginia, ns connected with the prosecution and completion of the grrttl renirul linn of improvement, which turn ko long been in contemplation by the State. Philip K. Thompson was appointed President, nnd Andrew Parks Secretary of the meeting. Upon the motion of Geo. VV. I Summers, after explaining briefly the objects ol the meeting; it was determined that a committee of five be appointed to draft resolutions for the consideration of the meeting. The Pit t.idein appointed the following gen-ti-iiief, to wit: George W. Summer?, Benjamin H Smith, John Lewis, James L. Carr, jiod James C. McFurland. After a brief interval, the ronnnir.ee by their chairman George VV. Summers, reported the following preamble and resolutions: Whereas, a determination has been recently manifes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 27 November 1845

POKTRY. ballad. EY MRS. ftMMA C. F-MBl'ltY. " l.n rntr rurtllie tl el cceur gagne nc plaisen' qn'an Jour." T(i» rnaid.n sate at her ho«v wheel, Her heart was 1 i«rl>l ami free. Anil ever in cheerful sons broke fortli Her bosom's harmless elre. Her song was in mockery of love, Anil ofl I heard her say, " The cnthered rosp, anil ihe stolen heart, Can charm but for a Jay." I looked on the maiden's rosy cheek, A'lil her lip SO full and hriylit. Anil I sighed to ihirk ili.it ihetnitor love, Should conquer a heart -o liaht ; Bill she llinnght not of future days of wo, While 'lie carolled in tones so g.iy : •' Tie awlhered lose. and 'lie stolen heart, Can charm hut for a day" A vear passed on, and again I stood By the humble cottage door ; Tl"' maiden «ite c her hii*\ wheel. But her look Wits h' it he no more: The liia tear stood in her downcast eye, with siah« I heard h»-r «ay, '•The gathered rose, ami the stolen he.irt, Can charm but for it day." Oh ! well I know what had dimm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1846

JFEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. Printing Office on Main Street, opposite the Monticello House. The Jeflersonian Republican is edited by JAMBS AI.EXAKDEI, nnd published every Thursday morning, at Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per year. For a shorter period than a year at the rate of Three Dollars per year. No attention will be given to a notice from a subscriber to stop his paper, unless it has been paid for up to tho time a dis» continuance is ordered. Advertisements inserted at the rate of 11 for every 12 lines or less, for three weeks, &ud 2d ceuts for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped nnd charged accordingly. Chancery Notices not exceeding 30 lines nserted for 85. TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. SECOND SESSION. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The journal having been read— ESTABLISHMENT OF CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN THE NEWLY ACQUIRED MEXICAN TERRITORY. The SPEAKER slated the pending business to be ihe resolution submitted by the gentleman from Kentucky, (Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1846

From the N V. Ece. Pout' The 17th of June, 1775. BY CAROLINE STARK. " The red coat lads, wi' black cockades, To meet them werena slaw ,inan ; They rushed and pushed and blude outgushed, And monie a boukiiid (V man."—Burns. The 19th of April, before Hay-break, the farmers, ordinnri'y aroused by the crowing of the cork, are made uneasy in their slumbers by sounds 10 which they are not accustomed. The file and the drum are silent but they hear the measured tramp of soldiers. The gun— half fowling-piece, and half musket, that has hung, accumulating rust for fifteen years, over the mantle-piece of the kitchen, is taken down Thai farmer, last night learned, vaguely, that the haled English were moving out of Boston. The gun is helJ by a man. who, without education,without instruction in politics.by instinct, knows that he is a freeman. Now we must change ihr scene. In Lexington there once stood a homely country church, devoid of all architectural beauty ; oni upon the green, around that ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1846

count of their vituperation of the chief magistrate of the republic. Mr. Winthrop very indignantly exclaimed that he had never assailed the President—not he ; indeed, he had been only too prudent, and had displeased his constituents by his forbearance ; but with charming naivete, he avowed that he would be a better boy in future, and there was no knowing but he might be as loud-tongued as any in denouncing "the President's war !" And then Mr. Gentry claimed the benefit of, at least a dozen explanations, retracting, denying, reasserting, and then retracting again -floundering about in the "miry ways" of his own coarse vituperation with oan air of bewilderment irresistibly ludicrous.— Union of Monday night, Dec. 21. Commodore Stewart. We have forborne to notice the late visit of Commodore Stewart to this city, or the objects with which it was supposed to be connected, or the result of his conferences with the President, and the Secretary of the Navy. We have not noticed them, not from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 24 December 1846

•O - * O "O* -O* v O* wrv ' k< "" POKTRI'. O -> 'O- 4>< w> *«* 0 " THE GOOD OLD TIMES." I wish lln- fashion* were ihe same As thirty years ago ; I can't imagine wlial should male; 'J'lie tailors change them so ; When 1 was in myyouth I made A coat wf l»om*»i>im do, Anil thought it very fine to haye My hair lied in a queue. And in those d.iys our breeihe* were All buckled at the knre ; And silver buckles would ensuie The best ol company ; Our beavers were of comely shape, And kept off sun and rain Oil how 1 wish those bro.td hrim'd hats \V»tild come in vogue again, I'm troubled with a half a yard Of cloth about my feet; My coal is made so very small The laps will hardly meet; Tight knees are all the fashion now. And shoes must have square toes; Where Fashion will arrive at last, The tailor only knows. The dandies of the present day, Have watch chains all of gold— You'd think their monstrous pocket book Was tilled with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 September 1858

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. Vol. 25. Jeffersonian Republican, IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,50 per annum, payable invariably in advance, and at the same rate for a shorter time. No attention will be given to a notice from a subscriber to stop his paper, unless the money is sent with such notice, to pay the amount that Is due up to the time a discontinuance is ordered. Adverertisements inserted at the rate of $l, for every square of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 cents for each continuance. All advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of a personal and private character will be charged for as an advertisement. Job work and advertising, unless paid for at the time the work is done, will he charged with interest as merchant's accounts Obituary Notiecs exceeding ten lines, must be paid for as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 September 1858

Imjmi'tniit from Dmope. (iM.R ATLANTIC CABLE ) The following despatch dated yesterday, Friday, An.ust 27th, from London, was received during Iho afternoon ill Washington city, and by 2 P. M., was by telegraph distributed though every large city in the United States. London, England, Friday, Aug. 27th. —A dispatch just received from France states that the Emperor Napolean after his tour to Cherbourg aud the country, will return to Paris next Monday, Aug. liO. Also from Prussia it ia stated that the King was too sick to pay a visit to Queen Victoria during her recent trip to see her daughter at Potedam, The ytieen returns home to London next Monday. The important treaty concluded with China, by Franco and England, opens the ports of the Celes'ial Empire to trade with all nations. The practice of Christian religion was to be tolerated in China audforeign di plomatie agents were to lie admitted.— France and England, were to receive full indemnity for their losses, time and trouble in ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 September 1858

When the Oerec winds of adversity blow over you, and your life's summer lies buried beneath the frost and snow, do not linger inactive,, or sink cowardly down by the way, or turn aside from yonr course for momentary warmth and Bhclter, but, with stout, heart and firm step, go forward in God's strength to vanquish trouble and to bid defiance to disaster. If there is ever a time to be ambitious, it is not when ambition is easy, but when it is hard. Fight in darkness, y fight when you are down ; die hard, aud ' you won't die at all. That gelatinous man whose bones arc not even muscles, and whose inusclcs are pulp—that man is a coward. Nationality of tlie Democratic Party* The Barnstable Patriot says—"But it is said if the democratic party stand still and say, 'llerc we arc, conic to us',' it will certainly be beaten. It is the great characteristic of the democratic party that its principles are not so flexible as to be bent by the demands of outsiders. We announce our platform. It is b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 2 September 1858

€OUNTINC!-HOUSE CALENDAR FOR 1850. atlii ii!l •3> a£ss £ £ jj lap •O *Crt t-V> vC* vT>« la 11 JAM ua'V l -< i' " ™ 3 4 0 0 7 8 »7 1- 48 10 11 12 13 H 15 It;" Hf «r 17 18 lit 20 21 L"J -'■•!,/ • i ;J t»i 21 20 a« 27 23 20 illi'l 6r •' 4 81 1 - ~ fEBU'UY 12 3 4 5 C,|D 4! ?11 7 8 0 10 11 12 U« 4:- •» W. 14 11 Hi 17 18 10 2(. 0 84 b 20 21 22 23 21 25 20 2"i<l . .- • vt JtAUUH -1 2 3 4 5 ft 1< •> 43 7 8 9 10 11 12 i:;|U !.|? «» 14 15 1(1 17 18 1!) 2f> (rj w 21 22 28- 24 25 20 27 jo G2;'» ' 28 29 80 31 I | Al'Hlli 1 2 Bl> 41 (1 1C 4 6 0 7 8 0 II : ) B'V|o 2-> 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 5 2>;« 32 18 19 20 21 22 23 21:5 2f> 8» 21 20 27 28 20 30 t MAY I's 1";'; 47 2 3 4 5 0 7 Hi ti «t 64 0 10 11 12 13 14 liVl O'.ji 1 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 4 6-11< <> i.: 21 25 20 27 28 2'.'!l 40i7 11 80 31 j L, 4 Jtf.YE .... 1 2 8 4 G I 41.!' 14 0&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 September 1858

JEFFERSON IV REPUBLICM. Vol. 35: Jeflfersonian Republican, is published weekly bt J. Alexander, Editor & Proprietor, at $2,50 per annum, payable Invariably in advance, and at the dame rate for a. shorter time. No attention Will be given to « notice from a subscriber to stop his paper,unless the money Is selit with such uotice, to pay the amount that is due up to the time u discontinuance is ordered. Adverertlsements inserted nt the rate of f I, for every square of 10 lines or less, for three weeks, and 25 ceuts lor each continuance. „ Ail advertisements continued until ordered to be stopped and charged accordingly. Every communication or notice intended or calculated to promote any private enterprise or interest, or is of A personal and private character will be charged for as an ob'work and advertising, unless paid for at the time che work is done, will be charged with interest os inerchant's accounts „ . .« - Obituary Notices exceeding ten lines, must be naid for as ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 September 1858

Tito f'n|»tt:re«l Africans at t liarleslmi< I'lio slim* brig Putnam hni born towed •>ip to the wharf ut ('luirlestoii, where she attracts great attention from the curious. The Mercury, of Wednesday, gives an aeeoun! of a visit of a number of gentlemen to Port Sumter, where the Africans found onboard the brig ha\e been provided with quarters. It says: The gentlemen, representing a great variety of interests, were much gratified at the spectacle presented by these savages, who appeared in line spirits, and entertained their visitors with a display of their abilities iu dancing and singing. Their dances resembled in great degree the popular burlesque of the Shakingtiuakers. In theirsinging they preserved pood time, but their voices are rather sharp nnd shrHl. Their leaders in these accomplishments displayed \lie genius of a Musard or a .1 allien. One of their refrains reminded their auditors of a chorus iu Frunni. The whole exhibition was exceedingly interesting a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 September 1858

DIED. At the residence of her parents, on the 2nd of September, 1858, after a long and painful illness, Miss Cornelia F. Mayo, in the 21st year of her age. The task of faij*|y "Speaking her virtues, and her most excellent traits ol character, and of selling forth her intrinsio worth would be, indeed, a work t,oo greut for the \vriter. For a long while the deceased had suffered with more than human endurance and fortitude an attack ofMea- I sles with repeated relapses, the last of which resulted | in Typhoid Pneumonia. Her physical strength was too much weakened «ud wrecked to withstand this last malignant assault upon her vital .-ystem, and on the morning of tfee second instant, at twenty minutes past ten o'etfrCto, she breathed with a christian's hope and contldeneo> her last lingering breath, and yielded with joy And pride hrr gentle spirit to the tfod who gave it.—purely she Woftld not have died, if the skill of medical aid, and the fervent prayers and tenrs and the co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 9 September 1858

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