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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1843

''- THE NORTHERN STANDARD. rrw-ii-!? niUMl CHAS. DE MORSE LQNG SHALL OlJR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE TREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR CLARKSVILLE .TEXAS MARCH 9 1843. vol. r. NO. 26. d PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE TERMS: The Northern Stasdard is published ererr Saturdsy at fire dollars per annum in ad ranee or seven dollar at the end ol the year. Advertisements will be inserted at ccc dollar per squire for the first insertion and fiftr cents Tor etch subsequent in- sertion. Eight lines or under u ill be considered a square. Any- thing orer a square will be considered tiro. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 830 per annum. Not exceeding fiftj lines SM per annum. Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. No advertisement will be governed by the yearly rates un- Jess specific contract and payment is made before hand. Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adrer tisements. Pers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1843

i..ir .11 Wore r.ir-iccins than the rest purchased the whole from his companions or two pnncheons of mm. This nun eventually died worth 300000 per an- num Although 20 or 30 years before he had been iransported'for stealing geese from a common in Eng- land. He Jived in great splendor towards the close of his life his table being furnished with every luxu- ry. Among those who "depended upon his bounty. xkvj .a clergyman who said grace at his table and who had been transported for the crime of forgery ! LAWS PASSED BY THE SEVENTH CON- GRESS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. AN ACT To extend to the Chief Jttrtice and associate Justice the authority to issue certificates of Head-rightto Emigrants. Section- I. Be it enabled by the Senalt and Zlou.se f Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Coigfcs asemb. ol That the chief Justice and as- sociate Justices shall constitute a board of commis- sioners for their respective counties who shall be au- thorized to issue unconditional and conditional ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1843

""V C ' -& Eruption of Mount JEtna.-After many years repose says a Loudon paper .Etoa lias during ihc last three weeks poured forth immense masses of fire. It seems that considerable torrents of Java are flowing in the direction of Bronte. The damage alrea'dy dsne is said to be immense. A London paper says that the works preparatory to the commencement of cutting through the Isthmus of Panama are advancing rapidly. The entire length . of this canal vrillbc 4G miles; its breadth at the surface t 133 fett; and ij depth 20 feet. M. Morel the engi neer estimates its cost at 560000 sterling. Winter at the North. While we have had much cold weather to complain of the people at the North arc speaking in favorable terms of the mildness of winter with them. Some of the philosoahers say that the 23 degrees and 2S minutes elevation of the noith pole above the south is declining at the rate of fifty minutes in a century. The poles are then com- ing to a level. Summer and winter will be thes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 March 1843

J i: 136clrn' " Frsn the Ijicdl Courier. AUTUMN. When ihe stricken old man dieth lie' whose hair la white with years As Ii Sleep the soft wind sighcth So he sinks 'mid falling tears. Silent lean ! ret oo: in sorrow ' Burst they from the laden breast But 'tis that a fairer morrow Waits him in his place of rest. So the fading old year lielh Onitsccuih ofautums leaves With the tender flow er it diet-! . Yet no sigh earth's bosotn heaves. Not alone it sinhs tc slumbrr In that cold aqd 'iM'ry grave ; Wind harps wail their sweetest number- Dying furcs's o'er it ware. .ind the gathered mists are shading All the sunlight from the skies; And the bright green leaves are fading To a thousand a thousand djes. Autumn (til! I love tbec teller. Than the smiling days of June; Though thy starry nights unfetter Chilli that waste thee ehl too soon. Though thou brinc'st the cold winds hither Blasting whit they breathe upon Though the brighter Ilou cr wither Still I would not hare thee gone. For more be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1843

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. LONO SHAU. OUR BANM'.R BKAVE THE BREEZE TIIK STANDARD OF THE IT.EE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CHAS. DE MORSE CLARKSVILLE TEXAS MARCH '16 1843 NO. 27. VOL. I. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY G. DE .MORSE TERMS: The Northehx Standard ii published every Saturday at fire dollarj per annum in advance or seven dollars at the end ot the year. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square ..r.i- . ; r 1 r.r . r . ...-.. i- janne ursi lusi-riiiiH uu imv cents 101 eacii smpiiiuiu --1 : . - f -. . - - .... r. .erlion. Dshl lines; or .ind-'rx ill be considered a quare. I belles of New Mexico appear to be ignorant of the "Any thing over a square will lie considered two. . j aphorism that "beauty whrn unadorned is adorned Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight line will lie c m0st." inserted for S30 per annum. j The universal dross of the femal.-s of .Mexico is a Not exeee din" tnty Imey 30 per annum . Not exceeding fifty lines sab P" annum. cheiniseand blue cr red woollen p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1843

o rrji 1 1 up ii in in w KMMK.WV-M the. property of his son anim-ilc-d by the patriotism which sn characterised-the 'father nf his country" Ins consented that such a relic ought not to be appro printed liv'nn individual citizen; -and has instructed tne his representative to offer it-to the nation-to be preserved in its public deposi'.csj.iis the common pro- do rty ni all; since its office has.betnto achieve-and defend the common liberty ofall. ' lie has in like ninnner icquested jnc to present this cine to the Congress of the United States deem- ing it not uuwortliey the public acceptance. This was once the property of the philosopher and patriot Benjamin .v'ranklia. By a codicil to his last will and testament wc find it thus disposed of . "" ". ' '-.My fine crabftrc walking stick with a gold head curiously wrought in the form of the can of libertv. I give to my friend and the friend of mankind Gen-. rrai nstnngion. it it were a sceptre he has mer- ited it and would become it." Gene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1843

Capt. M. that they did not believe the mates would do what they proposal. Capt. Mouait is Gj years of a:je nn old trader to South America and much respected. Ho owned half the vessel and cargo. Tim second mate is said to be the son of wealthy and highly respectable parents in Charleston South Carolina. Rights of Bachelors. That most excellent paper the Baltimore American thus feelingly ex- poses a flagitious attempt at wrong which the Legis- lature of Maryland stem disposed to make: Our legislature at Annapolis are doing some very strange things They are conscious of a want of re- venue and thev seem to be at a loss how to go about supplying il. Looking here and there in every d rcctton for some obicct to pounce upon seme un friended class whose sufferings would excite no sym pathy they -have pitched upon the bachelors and that forlorn race having troubles enough already to tbear without anv to heln them nmt be singled out for being single and be made to paj- for wretched- .ness as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1843

1 H i a 'M. .IJoctrn. COIIO.NATJLON OF INEZ L)E CASTKO." .Tableau ouA'Anioiirfuil alliance avec le Tombe; nn:on redoubtable d; la molt stale 1 j vie." Madame de Stael. There was music on the midnight -rrom a royal line it roll'J And a. mighty brll each pause between Sternly and slowly tollM. 'range wa their mingling in the sky It hilsh'd the listener's breath; Per Jie music spckr.ofliiuinph high The lonely brll ofde.ith. '.There was hurrying through thcraidnijld; A ions J of many Icet ; I'!! they trll n ith muffled fcaifulnc AIo:.; the shadowy street. Arid "toiler taimer ejrew their tread A it ncartsl the ininrtcr gate ; Whence a broad and solemn light was hed J'rom a scene ol roynl state. ri'ull glov.M the strong red radianc- In the centre of the nave Url.erc tlic folds of a purple canopy i.t uurii iu many a wave: leading the marb'e pavement old U'ih aiveightof i-orgcou -loom; for something laymid-t their' fretted ; Like a shadow of the tomb row. At.d ".i.Mn tfut rich pavilion High...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1843

! -.. r&l THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BR.AVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OK THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS MARCH 23 1843. VOL. I. NO. 28. Y dr w i iv fei t PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY O. DE MOUSE TERMS: The Noethirn Standard is published erery Saturday. At fire dollars per annum in ad vaoce or seven dollars at I lie OUUI uie ycut. ; Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a lialf per square for the first insertion and seventy-five cent:; (or ach subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be con- sidered two: eversixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be isierted for $30 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lint 30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines. S3u per annum. Announcement of candid ten for office S10 each. No adrertisement will bd governed by the yearly rates un- JM specific contract and payment is mad: before hand. Political addr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1843

r. t Two causes suggest themselves to explain this oth erwise anomalous position and character of the mar- ket first that the quantity of Cotton on hand from the commencement of Ihevear had at all times been sufficiently large; and. secondly that the temptation to hold stock even where there has been the ability has been small the state of trade ;"n the country m al- most every brunch and department being such as to limit and impair con fidence; added to which in the earlier part of the year at least the American crop was so erroneously estimated as from rts then sup- posed extent so far to exceed under the most favora- ble circumstances any possible increase of consump- tion as to be deemed almost unmanagebie. When at a more advanced period of the year the error that had been so industriously circulated upon the disput- ed ai 2000000 bales proved to be not more than 1.634000 bales the time had gone by for remedying the evil which previously exaggerated statements isd contributed so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1843

T-S- r- V 4 tot - NJ greemenl with his views and acts in various instance. But it mutt be equally clear that we are panizans of no other man and fur no inducement of honor or profit nor with deference to nny prejudice popular or singular will wc make violent and unwanantable attacks upon the Chief Magistrate of the country. God knows we have no character to spare. Foully vilified at we have been a prudent care of all of our national reputation and such increase as a careful bderate honest and sensible deportment and man- agement will bring us we want. We see from the communications of our Minister to the United States th- nonobierTance of this has already worked us it-aicy. Secondary in importance to the above but also ijectionable en we conceive is the system of agita- ca attempted to be carried on through New Orleans iv le;ter writs rs from Galveston and the ministration to that system which is afforded by the Editors of the 3tar Tslegrnph and Times in detailing and magni- fying e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1843

V LA- tfoctrn. streams. Ye early minstrels of the earth. Whose mighty voices woke Theechoes ofher infant woods Pre yet the tempest spoke Hotv is it that jc waken still The young heart's happy dreams JLnd shed your light on darkened daji O bright and blessed streams? Woe forihewcrld! she has grown old And gley in toil and leans; But j c hai c kepi the harmonic Ofher unfallcn years ; For et er in our w cary path Four ceaseless music seems The spirit ofher perished youth 5e glad and glorious streams ! Yoar murmurs bring the pleasant breath Of many a sylvan -renc; They tclt of sweet and sunny vales Of woodlands wildly green; Ye cheer the lonely heart of age Ye fill thccxilesdreams With hope and home and memory. Ye unfbrgotten stream:! Ah! soon the b'essed .springs of Lore To hitter fountains turn And deserts drink the stream that dews Fiom Hope's exhauslless urn; And faint upon the waves of Life May fall the summer beams .But they linger Ion; and bright with yen. Ye sweet unchanging str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1843

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. long SHALL Ol'R I1ANNKR BKAVC THE BREEZC-TIir. STANDARD OK THE FREE. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS APRIL 6 1843. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR CHAS. DE MORSE NO. 30. VOL. I.- .PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MOUSE TERMS. The Northern Stan dvrd is published every Saturday fcpt fire dollars per annura.iu advance or ev en dolhrs at the udol the ear. Adv crtisements. will he inserted at one dollar and a half per square for the first ir.ehiin aiid.evcptv-f ve cents for each subsequent insertion. Mjlit lines or under will he considered a squire. One line ocr a square will be con- sidered two er sixteen ifnes three c. Yearly advcrticitcrts not exceeding eight line" ill he inserted for $00 per annua. Not excecdibs twenty lines 30 per iimum Not exceeding fifty lines 50 per annum. Announcement of candidate for office S10 each. Njadfcrti'niiciil will be governed by the j early rates im- CjI specific contract and pal ment is mide before hand. Political addresses and obituary articles charged 'i- a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1843

yguuT- sons arc supposed to have been killed. The loss ol properly is immense. At Antigua also .there lias Iicen a grcal loss ot property but only five lives were lost. All the mills and su7.ar works arc more or-less injured and the greater part of the crop will he lost. Nevis Monserrat Carbadoes. &c. arc said to hare stiiicrml much but to what extent is not yet: knov.n. Here and at St. Thomas the shock was al - so severe and lasted at this place two minutes; but there was no material damage dene at either place. OPINION iN OFTHE ATTORNEY GENERALlto deny the validity 0r a grant made by the HE CHEROKEE LAND TITLES j tion w'hich created the pre.Tisional governim OX '1 Crrv ok Ilnr-STos. Sept. I'Jlli Itr-lVI. 7' His Excellency the J'? esidtnt. Sis You ask my opinion of the title by which the Cherokee India-is held the lands lately possessed bv them sn eastern Texas. " Deeply impressed tvitluhc nngnit'iJc of thcintrr- els mvoivcu. an t aware ci tne deep excitement which pervades ihc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1843

t. A genllemin from Virtora informs the editor of the Ho'wi.in Ti Irrrrijih lhal llio citizens of Victoria have recently derived new con (iilrnce from the informa- tion brought from Mexico by Mr L. Navarro. It is tt..trtl that the Mexican Congress was in session at Pi V (not Jiihpa as before vopoited.) and was piaiJ-d by 14 000 citizens and 2000 troops under the cimmand of Cn Arista and Gen Reyes had m-.rchej with the troops under his command to join Arita. All apprehensions ofthc invasion jircdtclcl by th'1 orfjan oftlic Executive at Washington have ben dis-upited.nnd the people of the West insttad of ic''vinticjilvics of the editor ofthc Texian'to r-p ir." to repel invasion" are prcpinng their long n-'fcti-d farmjfor another harvest. The citizens of Austin likcviw have made extra- clitnrv exertions this season and are phnting every rc-e of J m J tint is found in or near the city. Tticrc is notan idle man to be found but every one has turn- nl 'j' inter and is cuttiva'tnij a crop o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1843

586 v or . C jsv f $ JJottrn. THE SLAVE'S DKEAM. BY PROFESSOR H. W. LONOFELLOTV. Beside the ungalhered rice he lay ; His sickle in his hand His breast was bare his matted Lair . "Was buried in the sand. Again in the mist and shadow of sleep Uc saw his native land. Wide through the landscape of his dreaim The lordly Niger flow cd : Beneath the palm-tree on the plain Qnce more a kin; he strode And heard the tinkling caravans Descend the mountain road. He saw once more his dark-tyed queen I .'Amon.her children sUnd They clasp'.l his ncclr they kised hi cheeks. They helped him by the hand A.tear burst from the sleeper's lid. And fell into the sand. And then at furious speed he rode Alon the .Niger's bank His bridle reins were golden chiin;. And with a martial clank At etch leap he could feel his scublwid cf s'ccl Smitirghis stcHnn's flank. Before him like a bioa'u red li The bright flamingoes flew ; From morn till night he followed their fiijbt O'er plains here ths tamarind grew Till he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1843

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. OE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS APRIL 13 1843. NO. 31. x m PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE TERMS: The Notrw Standard is published ererjr Saturday tOre dollars per annum ia advance or seven dollars at the ad ot the rear. Adrertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a hair fer square for the first insertion and seventy-five cents for aeh subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line orer a square will be con- sidered two: orer sixteen lines to ee tc. Yearly adrertisements not exceeding eight lines will be insenea tor sau per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines S50 per annum. Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. Ko adrerlisement will be governed by the yearly rates un- Us specific contract and payment is made before hand. Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adrer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1843

more blighting foe the climate. It isi own fact to farmers ia tins country that both ' drought; or a continued season of wet weather equally causes of short crops. In India both of iese difficulties are to bo contended .with when clothed in their sternest features. In fine the rains begin nnd ceas&.'in-Septemberthcn succeeds a season of nine months of wilherinir drought and heat. To mention- thcscTas to a practical farmer is suffi cicut to pronouncel a conviction that Indij can never compete with America in the growtli ot cotton. W. From the N. Y. Journal of Commerce. COTTON CULTURE IN INDIA. The a.incxcd extract of a letter from our London correspondent goes "to confirm the opinion we have so often expr cssed in regard to the cultivation of cot ton in India. Considerable quantities of the article arc and will continue to be produced in that country but mat it will essentially interfere with our own cot ton (a much better article.) we do-not believe. It should be borne in mind t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1843

r o - spangled banner the.cmblcm of glory.an J of triumph- When in the opening of the last war with England misfortune had. Attended the military. movements of our nrmy the national pride and confidence were re- deemed by the thrilling tidings of the gallant conflict in which Captain Hull in the Constitution compelled the Guerrioro to surrender. -It was in announcing to Congress this " auspicious triumph" that Air. Madison said " it had gained for Cap:. Hull and .ill on board a praise which could not be too liberally bestowed; not merely for the vic- tory actuallyachicved but for that prompt and cool exertion of commanding talents which giving to j courage its highest character and to the force applied its full effect proved that more could have been done in a contest requiring more." But brilliant as was the fame which Commodore Hull derived from his public career he was not less distinguished for the attractive modesty of his private character and the urbanity generosity and kindn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1843

; .. '4 Wkf cy fJottrp.. Prom the Baltimore American. TO THE MEMORY OF FRANCIS S. KEY atTJHO. Or THE "STAR itXVaVLO BAMNI." Oh! say;hasit come with "the dawn's early light" What ijo. omen foretold t the twilight's lait gleaming 1" Ttsl.Jtbeaoul ofthe minstrel hss taken its flight JLnd. we hallow his name wbiln our tear dfopi are stream- ing. : For theerolate hearth and the wail for the dead .Too frtally tell u the poet has fled And the Star Spangled Banner in sorrow shall waTe For the heart that has lored it is cold in the grave. On some lonely bark' in the midst of the deep Where the deck watch is kept for the mite that " reposes' Whit is that soft music that mingles with sleep. And the solace of night's weary guardian " discloses 1" .No w it mellowly floats on the breath of the gale Now swells like the tempest that shatters the sail ! fT-is the Star Spangled Banner that's sung onthe ware WhHethe minstrel lies low In the sleep of the grave. And the soldier whose heme is the tent co...

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