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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 July 1850

THE SOUTHERN PRESS. If the following paragraphs had originated in a Whiff, pmcr, tiio Nashville Union would doubtless have copied them, to show the striking "resemblance between" them and "the editorials of a northern abolitionist. They are part of a lonj article in tin Louisville Democrat, one of the ablest of nil the "bitterend" jocofoco organs in Kentucky, and a clamorous abo tion-hatcr. After deprecating the cs tablishment ot the bouthcrn Press at Washington, as an inju.iicious "change of front in the midst of battle" endors ing the slavery agitation "bv estab lishing nn organ to engage in it, an recommending the whole South to plunge into it," thus stultifying all the South had said, as to the impropriety of the agitation, and the obligation of nil Southern patriots to frown it down, the "Louisville Democrat" continues It is unimportant what tone this organ may assume. vc 'IisIiko the project itself, and wo lopent. it is tho greatest triumph the abolition sts have yet made. I h...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 July 1850

Dr. Martin's Compound Syrup Of Wild Cherry & Sarsaparilla. T '11 E Wit.l Cherry and Sarsaparilla. which are the basis ul his Medicine have limo been Celebrated ill tToiiiiliiiptlon. Scrofula, liwM of I Up Skin. Coughs. Kpi'iit.a (1f ..o-l. Asthma, Jstc. The Right Rev. V. R. Whillt'ighani, lii-hop " ""' Prol'SUIII Kpi-COp-'l ( 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ill Mall '.Hid. lias amourieil us 10 s.iv, I." has used il hi his own pcium with i!.-.m.!.-iI b-m-lii; ami i , r.;.... t,. .1.. ,...t l..jiin lil,ui v n mir HI". I It: a i m it- i i - " to r-'out mj ml ' ' ill i'ii h p r.tc i--t. Iiiini. l il,iri.i.M'i lenrr M. i.s in ih S.-r I ir. i l.-l ivluch ynil Mil niilil.i r r A 1 1 - m "iiri A.t.miI. 'I'ni' Ruoii.-borniigh Odd Fe 'low, "Vns!iiii2ton I'.iiiiHY, MJ., of Jauuaiy 10th, l. s.u-: "When ah amide has :T..r !.'.1 rr!.-l In to miii v piM-' i- V'. Minin'f Cum -pu.ir, I .S;r ii nl A'lM Cherry h.n we feel houn.! M 1 1: : U il known. Thrre never win mi .uncle in I'm country I'm has alVorlcil relie...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 July 1850

TORN PAGES TIE ATHENS POST. Km BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, THNN., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1850. VOLUME -2. NUMBER 95. TERMS: THE POST will be published every tt 92 per year, pnyahle within three from the time ol suhscribini; $2,.r" square of 13 lines (or lew) for the first insertion, ami 3.'i cents fur esir.h continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sct.din? iidvcrlisenients must mark the number of times (hey des're tlieiti inserted, or they will be continued until for bid am! chnrued accordingly . . ffcjr For nnnniiTieini; (he names of enndi dates for office Tiiiiee Doi.i.irs, Caii. Jon Wouk, such ns Pamphlets, M inu.es. Cir culars, Turds, Blanks, Handbills, .fee, will be FROM PANAMA, safe in leavinj home with, knowing ni the j An Act of Devoted Heb'Mbm 1 he (JLJJ I'Aj I b Op ODD 1' L'j L IaJW J tions ol vicious associations, is Snatch Psnam City. June lih. 1830. Maine liir.. ihat if they should fall short, ' follnwiiii; incident is recorded in the. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 July 1850

9 I ATHENE-POST. 1VI. F.dltorand Proprietor. ,. I,;., U.rrel OlirtBIVCt, 11181 WO a rB CIMII pu I I'll UCW "I "II Tr n Vs' i-1 a v(ar, payable wilhm in re ei ' - ,i. i J .uhtrribine: 2.50iii;lly to reprobBte the courso of 1 lie Knox. slnmlh-'or i'-i at the expiration of the year. vj0 Register. It is no pleasant lnsk.es. F&liM ' rpor it frequently engaged a:'Y "rel "" ' ' ' "in hot altercations with others. In such " t'Jr announcing the name s of candidates furiK0 have neil' er part nor lot; but on llif nfice i'i, tuh. f A I'HF.NS, FRIDAY, Jl'I.Y l, IS3. "TW Thomson, is the authorized aj.-iii Tor the tri-ue, Md. . f. . 11 . . I .l III ! 'US!,' Ml me uitj ui vti" DEATH OK EN. TA VLOR. Many of our readers have already heard the melanehu'y intelligence of the ilenlh of th'? President of the United States. He died untheShh inst. attlie Executive mansion i:i 'a-li:np,ion, after on illness of buta few .I,,- Thus have the people been culled to inoiirii n second time the death of tho Chi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 July 1850

TORN PAGES CONFESSION OF Dr. JOHN W. WEBSTER. At a meeting of tlie Governor nnd Council of the State of Massachusetts on Tuesday last, the le.v. Dr. Putnam, the spiritual a Jviser of Prof. Webster it appeared atM presented a petition from John W. Webster, now under sentence f death fir the murder ol ur, be wan luk nan, priyin,' that his Jtence might be commuted. Tin petition is accompanied by n stale ment from Prof. Webster, in which he admits that he killed Dr. Parkman. ns follows, from which we make the following extracts: On Tuesday, the 20th of Novem ler, I sent the note to Dr. Parkman. which, it appears, was carried by the boy Maxwell. I handed it to Little field Unsealed. It was to ask Dr Parkman to call at mv rooms on Fri day, the 23d, after my lecture. He had become of late vcrv importunate for his pay. He had threatened me with a suit, to put an officer into my house, and to drive me from my professorship, if I did not p.iy him". The purport of my note was simply o ask the ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 July 1850

TORN PAGES r3Mu. i u-k. s a-i..,v of Wild Cherry & Snrsaparilla. fjgft, TO CHALTANOOGA. vinous ir verv !lc.ii'i.-inM by V. J M 1, i u r i h scssi-iti nur A't1"I1IV. i, i i.i il,i-iriiai ill! 0 , . r, ,-1. . r in nil the 1 lil-r.-iit depsir, 1 , :H IKIlllllV tml-jlll ''I I'"' k'ij.ili.ins i.l l'.i'ii"i: in our country Tie prf-.-r.t s.-s-i.n will ''"'I S.,,,.tii',.i , (tit ii'-:' w lil ti.;t- ,, ,,,veiiier ties'. jeure.i tin lyl ll'li'lliri ? I. ilw A " Inch me It ,i ink hn vc tuna been celebrated in l on-mtn jmuhi cro!iila. basis ill this Mcdic.ui. n Con 'i nsifi ol lite Skin. I nuahs. lu,.. . now I, I'm Misk'ti.l,. This Mr. Mus-k-iil lias tana We lint nun " ... . ...i...., fc- Thel!i.ht lulKS el..-Hr.lL"." I'l"""! ' '"i V. . ,,.u Il.'v. W. II. W litilinsimm. ii""P ... .... t) t luvtl'rntHM.ini Epi-copnl Church in Maryland. '.has auihuriZeil us 10 sav. lie nas -' " " ast o'iiiis own i-prsi.n wiili decided benefit; nn. on llnmany of nur medical friends du nol h,,''!'' Thegtii recu...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 July 1850

THE ATHE'I POST. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN., FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1850. VOLUME 2. SUMBR 90. TERMS: THE POST will ba published every Friday $2 per yeur, payable within thrro montha from the time ol subscribing; $3,50 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Auvertisemknts will be phnrgcel ft per square of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, And 35 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoso who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark tho number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nnd charged accordingly . (fjr For announcing tho names of candi dates for office Til rt f. i: Dollars, Cash. Jon Woiik, such ns Pamphlets, .Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, li I mi Us, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat nnd workmanlike manner, ut short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters nddrescd to tho proprietor, post paid, will be promptly nttendeil to. Persons at n...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 July 1850

try ATJIExYS POST. i. l. 1VIS IMitor anil Proprietor. TEtiMS,$-i a irar, payable within three month from the time nf sulwribing : $V mmlht,or f.tat the expiration of the year. ftV-.Vo paper disctmtimitd until all arrear aeare wit,e,Mvpl at the option of the I'ub- isher. ..., I 'or ivinnnnring the nanus of eandidalcs Jor vffuc $:i, Cash. 'TniliS'KlliAYTjIJI'Y 20, IMO. (fey W. Thomson, is llie authoiized agt-nt for llie "Post, in llie city cl Balti more, Mcl. CtXn loiter or paper mail from South of Dalton yesterday. fCjf We are requested to stale that the Athens Brass Bund will give a Concert, on the oveiiinof Wednesday, the 14' h of All iisi, lor tho benefit of the Jlethodin Church, at this place. To our FniENPS. It is but a short lim till the expiration of the 2d volume o the '-Post," and it would not be amiss fur those indebted for either the past or prcscir subscription year to begin to think abom Dnvincr no. It is necessary that ALL onr ubcrihers should pay prorrptly e can not af...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 July 1850

PRESIDENT FILLMORE. The testimony which wo subjoin, respecting the character of the new President, will be read with interest and gratification : The New York Courier says: "Mr. Fillmore is a man in whom the whole Union may reiose a firm and just confidence. His life has been, less conspicuously than Gen. Taylor's, devoted to the service of the whole Union, and he is no less thoroughly than he is national in all his feelings, in all his principles, nnd in nil bis con. duct. lie is familiar with public affairs, and has discharged the duties of every station which he has been summoned to fill, with ability, dignity ttnd success. We feci the utmost confidence that, so far as may depend j upon him, the high duties of the great j otlice into winch he has been so solemnly inducted, will bo discharged with the most entire faithfulness and the most patriotic devotion to tl e preservation and the welfare of our glorious Union." The New York Globe (Uem ) lays "The talents nnd business qualifi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 July 1850

Mail Line fromKnoxvillep, TO DA LT ON. J, B. TAYLOR & CO,, HAVING obtained llie (iiiiir.icl fur carrying the Mails from Knoxville to Oliaimwi.j.i. I. if t --r .nrs I1..111 in first nl Julv. 1 rc-pet-llul'v inform III public dial llw ir line i!l be well studied Willi .Nil. 1 Truv iVifhis. fine Il'irsi ?, (inJ Sutitr. .m,:I Drivers, no p.iius nor expense will be viril to carry passengers llirmiL'li Willi i-.ihi I'm f ami s.iletv. Tins mine traverses a 1-e.iuiiHil ami niteri Mm;: section ol'eoui.trv,' liil'r.icinj the ()i.ice ami II uvasf ee hi 11 s,.iml Ir.i vthrs will ret lain y fin J if Hi their alvanu;.' lo lake this line. On lliis line 1 ' r luc South, iutersectum :lie WYslern an I Ail.in'u" li'nim.i.l, anJ fur , hi' West, the Mail Line of I inches lor Nashville, at Chiitianocnn. passengers will leave Cnrxvil'e at C A. M., l! a t ! v . ex cept Suud.ivs, an I nnivc at CtiutlaiiiHipn by i A. M. tn xt i!,iv; that is. in lime to take Ihe Care .Smith or the I'iiicIi, s West (uiiiiS...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 August 1850

! 1 THE ATHEN Bt SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1850. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 97. POSTr TERMS l THE POST will bi published every Ffiilay nt 92 per yeiir, pay able within three months from the time oi subscribing; $2,50 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. AovKRTisF.ste.HTS will ha charged $1 per Iqunre of i lines (or less) for tile first Insertion, nnd 23 cents for eiich continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must rnrlHt the number of times they des-fe them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nnd charged accordingly fty For announcing the names of candi dates for office Three Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, Clanks, Handbills, ice, will be executed in a neat nnd workmanlike manner, St short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly nttended to. Persons nt n d...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 August 1850

V ATlliLS TOST. 2'A." i.V 'J n .Vf"". payable l'i'f mouths from the time l uhn-ibis: $V '" 6 months, or i:i t fir ( rpiratinn ' n .V" O-.Vi r disoinlinuid until nit arrear ages are paid, ea pt at Hit option of the i'uli isher. iit announcing the nanus of cantlidatt s for office Cus.h. ATIH.NS, 1HIDAV, Aid. 'i. If5l. fry V. Thomson, is i lie nuihouzed agent for the "Tost," in the city ot Balti more, MJ. THE UAlLUOAD AiTAIN. It is certain')- to bo regrettid that a paper having mch a !ar:o circulation s ihc Knoxville Krister, should liave so far mis. token it duty as to It-nJ i'.c'f m the work of inibr.rrassii.jr ami attempting to defeat the roir.plttii'ii c-f lie Last Ten nessee and Ueorgia lUilrrad an enterprise in which not only ti c people of the Eastern Division, but of the Slate tU lare, are deeply an J vitally intert sti d. Ii is know n tliat the resident ot' the Company ai d le Agent of the Slate are no Af.Nor'h fi r the purpose of purcha-mg tlio irdjd equip ments lor tbe roaJ ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 August 1850

THE NEW CABINET. The new cabinet has been announc ed by the President of the United States. A brief sketch of each of the gentlemen mav prove interesting. Secretary of State Daniel Web steu. ivir. veDstcr nas mien so large a space in the public mind that there is no necessity why we fchould say aught against him His distin guished services and pure, disinter ested putriotism is an earnest of future ability to be useful to his country. Secretary o f the Treasury. Thos. Corwin of Ohio. Mr. Corwin is a gentleman of great modesty and great worth. lie has risen like our present Chief Magistrate from an humble situation in life, and has filled during the course of his eventful career, many distingu'shoif and important public stations, lie is a man singu Inrly gitteu by nature, ana possesses talents which will make him an able and efficient Cabinet officer. Secretary of the Interior. J. A. Pearce, of Maryland. After having served in the Legislature of his native State for many years, ho en...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 August 1850

Mail Line from Knoxville TO DALTON. J, B, TAYLOR & CO., HAVING obtained Ihe conlracl for carrying tli e Mails Iron) Knoxville to DjIiuii. lor four pars, 49111 Jhe lirsl ol July, 1S")0, lespecilully in form the miblicthat their line will lie well mucked Willi No. 1 Trov Coaches, tine Horses, j an J suher, good Lrivets, ami no pains nor expense will be spared lo curry passengers through Willi comfort and salety. This route traverses a IlmuuIuI and interesting section of country, embracing the Ocoee and Iliwassee valleys, and travelers will certain y find it in llieir advantage to lake this line. On this line lor the Sown, intersecting I he Western and Atlantic Railroad, at Dalion, passengers will leave Knoxville at G A. M., daily, except Sundays, and arrive at Dalion by OA. M. next day; that is, in tune 10 lake the Cars South. Going Nonh the Coaches will leave Dal ton at 7 l'. M i daily, except Sundays, and arrive at Knoxville bv 7 1'. M. nexi days, running through Cleveland, Char...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 August 1850

t i u i t t THE THEN A POST. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THE POST will ba published every Friday nt $2 per year, pnyahle within throo months from the time nl subscribing; $-2,50 in six months or $.3 if payment is dcluyed until the expiration of the year. Advkrti.f.mknts will be charged $1 per Square of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, ttml Q't cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who ndvertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and chnrscil accordingly . flr For announcing the names of candi dates for office Tiirer Dollars, Cash. Jon Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will he executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, lit short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at n distance tending ns the names rf four solvent sub...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 August 1850

ATIIEJVS POST. S. r. IVIX. Uilltorand rrupiletor. TP H VV a ifir, ptituhlr within three mnniks'lrnm the time of ,ulieribing $$JMin 6 nwd'o, r P t Hi'- year- frV.V" paprrdixcontinuid until all arrear agcTare iaid,eait at the option of the lub- "'iZ' announcing the nanus of candidate for office Cash. TIIIiN, l-KIDAY, A tO. O, 1WS( (YT W. Thomson, is the authorized nni for ilie "Post," in llie lii- wore, MJ. flO-The Circuit Court TWeToinn conn ... i it.! Ail next Mondae QfeJ2lh. v Tr tr-ja No mml soutii of Dalion ypW".v. Willi one exception, tlio moil has failed from beyond llml point every Thursday for Hie 1'ist Tour or five weeks. We suspect B few judicious strokes of llie " guillotine" at lliis limn would have a wholesome etlect We would hove no mun proscribed on ac- count of his polilical opinions, but where government officers wilfully neglect their duties, to tho serious inconvenience of (he Dulilic. thev oimht in bo removed nt once no mahvr whut party ihey belong to " CONCERT. W...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 August 1850

tFrom the Washington Union. MORE ULTRAISM. We have laid before our readers n startling evidence of disunionism in the speech of Mr. Rhett, of Charleston. We are afraid this feeling is more common than we expected in the State of South Carolina; yet we hope that it has not infected a large portion of her citizens. But there are too many signs of the malady not to strike the attention and excite our appre hensions. Gen. Foote has referred to the spirit of the toasts which were offered up on the 4th day of July the very las' day, we should suppose, in our nalfonal calendar to call forth such demonstrations. The danger which these men in voke by their disunion madness bears (1 double aspect. They nre carrying nut the schemes of su;h men as Martin Van Burnn who wish, from a sp'rit of reyengci to destroy the nationality of the two jjreat parties which bind the Union together, thus creating mere sectional organisations, to war aainst each other until the bonds of the Union are snvi-rod by ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 August 1850

Mail Line from Knoxville TO D.ILTOX. J, B, TAYLOR & CO., II A VINO obtained the contract lor carry iti- Hie Mails Iron) Knoxville to Dalion, tor lour years Iroin the lirM ol July, 1S50, reppci-tlully inform the public that Itieir line will be well stocked with No. 1 Troy Coaches, line Horses,, and sober, 2001I Drivers, and no pains nor j expense will be spared to carry passengers thruusli with cotnforl and safety. This route Traverses a beautiful and interesting ection of country, unbractna the Ocoee and Hiwassee valleys, and travelers will cerlain y find it to their advantage to lake this line. On this line for the South, interseclins the Western and Attati'ic lUilrontl, ol P.ilton, passengers will leave Knoxville at 0 A. M., i'ai!v, except Sundays, and arrive ntDaltonliy OA. M. day; that is, in lime to take the Cars South. doing North the Coaches will leave Dal ton nl 7 l M, tlailv, except Sundays, nnd arrive at Knoxville by 7 1 M. ne:tl days, runnins ihroaati Cleveland. Charl...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 August 1850

THE A THENS POST. I' BY SAM. P. IVIN8. ATHENS, TKNN.j FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1850. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 99. TERMS: THE POST will b3 piihlishecl every Friday Ht 12 per year, payable wilhin three months from the time ol suhjcribine; J2,50 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until Ihe expiration of the year. Advertisements will he chnrged $1 per Square of 12 lines (or les) for the first insertion, ftml 3R cents for each continunncn. A liberal iterlnction mnde to those who ndvertise hy the enr. I'ersons sending advertisements must mark the numher of times they desire them Inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nnd chnreed accordingly . ffcp Fornnnntincinir the names of enndi (Intes for office Tun he Dot.i.Ans, CASti. Jon WoUk, such ns Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Olanks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in n neat and workmanlike manner, nt short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters nddfesseil to the proprietor, post 'paid, will be promptly attended to. Pers...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 August 1850

ATHENS POST. 8. V. IV1NS, Editor and l'roprletor. TF.RMS.-$ia year, payable nvonlh.from the time 6m.nM..er 3.t 'fP'Zlta VarVear- " For' announcing the name, of candidate, for fice $3, Caih. ATHEKS. FBWAV. Al'C. 10. IW". v Thomson. is "he nuthoiiz'd ageforihe'-lW in the city ol bain note, Md. IMPORTANT FROMVASHINnT0N. Immediately after the defeat of tl.e Cum. promise Bill. Mr. Iarce of Maryland, in. troduced m the Senate a Biilioieiile the Trxm Boundary aien. The National Intelligencer of tl.e 10th inst.. .nnonnee. iwp.issge in the Senate by three filth, of the votea of that body, confined l no ec tion or partv. In speaking of this favors. b!e indication of a speedy adjustment of the difficulties growing out of the saverv question, the inte:iigencer says: -We do not undertake 10 recite the precie rerov nf the heaiing menure which t,a no fatsed, for do not yet know them; an.!, in truth, e dj not cire to know tntm. !t n enough for us ti.it :h--biU "tried by three filths of the vote of ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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