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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 April 1856

J|—T má >*y DEVOTEÍ) TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND: db Co, "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America must fall that we ¿re innocent." PXJBUSHKR.S: VOLUME 1. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1856. NUMBER 26Í 9 ^as|ingiM|imeritan PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN. Huntsvilte, - W. H. Randolph Madisonville, Centerville, Springfield Corcicana, * Muskeet, Rusk, Nacogdoches, Boonville, Wheelock, Marlin, Port Sulivan, Bellville, San Fillipe, Fayettevllle, Caldwell, Cameron, Lexington, W Plnm Grove, * Cunningham P. O. - Webber rille, Georgetown, Houston, J. B. Montgomery, La Grange, Hellma, Bagdad, Round Rock, Bell ton, Bastrop, W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Henry. W.W.McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. Newland. G. B. Reed. VV. II. Wheclock. Sam Blanc. J. A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clark. J. S.Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. W. M. Scallorn. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 April 1856

Mas|ingíM^míráaii 8. W. CRAWFORD, EDITOR. WASfflNBTMTwíDNESDAY, 1PEIL SO, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE. FOR VICE PRESIDENT,' ANDREW J.DONELSON FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, * Wta. STEADMAN, OP RUSK. FOR STATE TREASURER, W. A TABLTON.OF HARRISON. FOR COMPTROLER, IX. S. & ROBERTSON, 07 BELL. FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, J. A. WILCOX, OF BECAS, BOBBBT H. TAYLOR, OB FANNIN. EASTERN DISTRICT. J. W. FLANNIBIN, OB BUSK, WESTERN DISTRICT. THOf. W BLAZE, OB LBOBA. . W&~ We «ra ratboriced to announce JT. W. Battle, as a candidate for re-election to Ü office af Diatrict Attorney for the Third Judieiat District, at theeiuuinf Augnat election. We are authorized to annoance J. BackhOltS, yw Cameron, afl a candidate for the office of District Attorney for the Third Judicial District, at the ensuing August election. V Wears authorisedte annoance Ism Ltuk, ** • candidate for re-election to the office ef County Clerki of Washington, county, at the ensiling August election. The Odd Fellows wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 April 1856

Maspagíimjmíricaii EST The Brazos rose at least twelve feet within the last few days, and is still rising. There must have been heavy rains in the upper country. We believe that the river will be navigable for some time, and we hope the boats will run regular. Only one paper in Connecticut supports Fillmore's nomination, and it is a weakly.— Sequin Mercury. JES" One of the same kind fs support- ing Pierce, in Gaudaloupe county, in this State. Of the six hundred and six convicts in the Ohio Penitentiary^ there are: Second con- victions, 58; third, 9; fourth, 3; fifth, 1.— 423 are intemperate; 51 are married; 50 are blacks or mulattoes; 16 are over 50 years of age; 244 cannot read or write, and 400, or nearly 66 per cent of the whole number, have no trades.—Seguin Mercury. jcsr Will the Mercury man informs us how many of the six hundred and six con- Ticts are native Americans ? JC3T Treaties of peace have at length been signed by the European powers. The condition will not be made pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 April 1856

' DOH'T LÍEE IT. I lb* tone of Ukeiir organ-grinders, urn the leaders of the nnti-Amer- iglemerntion of isms do not like Middled American platform. It ot expected they would. Tho Na- [ Connoil did not have that object If it had pleased the leaders democracy, it would have dis a large majority of tho Ameri _ people. These leaders will haye an opportunity In May next,at their Cincin- nati Convention, of fixing np a platform to suit themselves, so they need not make 90 much fuss about the one adopted by tho American party. We consider the American platform broad enough for •very true patriot, every lover of the TJaion, and every friend to civil and re- ligious liberty to stand upon. But the an ties complain that it does not take a sufficiently decisive stand upon the sub- jeet of slavery. This will be t#their advantage, if they can induoe their Northern allies to join them in taking a more decided stand en that subject The American party claims to be a national organisation. Slavery is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 May 1856

' í.* • DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND, db Co. "He&Ten and earth shall witness, if America must fall that we are innocent." VOLUME 1. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1856. ' 1-tT .Tg MrftlUfi, NUMBER PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN. Huntsfille, - W. H. Randolph W. S. Shepherd. O. M. Nash. John Henry. W. W.McPhail. . L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. Newland. G. B. Reed. W. H. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller Mttlark. J. S. Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. W. M. Scallorn. J. C. Cunningham. J. W. Brown. W. Morris. Hogan and J S. Tail James Oreen. Dr. J. Hough. Thos. Ruckman. N. Branch. Thos. 0. Oats. Dr. W. D. Eastland. - C. K. Hall. Post Masters, generally, are re- ly requested to act as our agents. Madisonville, Centerville, Springfield. Corcieana, Muskeet, Rusk, Nacogdoches, Boonyille, Wheelock, Martin, Port Sulivan, Bellvi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 May 1856

Mtntatt CRAWFOM, EMTOT. «únmTM, vnnnNT. ui >, m FOB PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE. FOR YICS PRESIDENT, ANDREW J.DONELSON IOB ATTORNEY GENERAL, Wm. READXAN, 0? SV8K. ■ ■ ■■■ ' v STATE TREASURER, TABLTON, OF HABB1B0N. FOR OOMPTROLER, W. 8. C. BOBEBTSON, 07 HELL. ELECTORS STATE AT t^RGE, j. a. wilcox, «rm , BOBEBT H. TAYLOR, OF TANNIN. . EASTERN DISTRICT, J. w. FLAwnonr, of sun, DISTRICT. ▼ BtAtE, ON LEONA. '« an aothorlzed to announce B.UT. Battle, for re-elictioo to the oAtce of District lar the Third Judicial District, at the ensuing taction. « ' WetmuOiorMi) to announce X BnekholtS, as a candidate for theoOce of District r for tfea Third Judicial Distrie t^at the ensiling * We are anthoHxed to announce; S&mLnik, as J " i to the oAee of County Clerk county, at the enrolng August election. to announce Jag. X Gray, ie office f Chief Justice, of Wash > ensuing August election. i Council of the American hare ratified the nomina- aore and Donelson. " Three hundred thousand dollar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 May 1856

minean , JEST We have had occasional rains for 1. i the last two weeks past. Farmers are cOin- gaining of grass. mm*1*' Mrs. Hope, wife of Bichard Hope, Of this vicinity, died on last Sunday. She leaves five small children and an affectionate husband tfc mourn her loss. Read Mr Wise'e letter , on first page.— Pioneer. , JCS" Aen yo* will h Ve nothing wise left yottrpapey, neighbor. K. Ns. in Georgia.—There is a little town in Georgia, which has only 13 voters is it, seven of whom are Fillmore men,— evidence,—they subscribed and paid for the Washington American. jc3t The knowing ones North are bet- ting that the (present crop of cotton will feaeh three millions five hundred thousand bales. We hope not, for if so, prices must decrease according to quantity. We prefer «mall crops and large prices, to large crops Ibd small prices. W. Scott, our Mail Agent, :4S now in New Orleans, attending the pres- entios against Mr. Kendall, the former Postmaster. Our readers will remember that there ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 May 1856

Utt THELE OVTXUIB On Saturday, March 31st, a grand mass meeting was callcd in Cincinati, at ' Greenwood Hall, by the Black Republic earn wire-pullers there, with a view of getting áp a tripartite fusion upon the "independent" dodge movement—the aim being specially to squeexe a few names of the Black Republicans upon a scratch- ed ticket. The hall had been hired by the plotting caucus, and the "tírand Mass Meeting of Independent citizens" duly assembled, comprising individuals of nil parties. The pre-arranged ma- chinery however proved abortive, wheth- er for the organization or action of the Meeting. The assembly repudiated the proposed Chairman, and elected one of its own choice, Mr. John Waggoner (American). Mr. Butler Williams,, (American,) was chosen Secretary, and the meeting then, in the midst of much noise and confusion, nominated a ticket for city officers, being with one exception the ticket of the Amerioan Reform or Know-Nothing party. Qaite exciting demonstrations was mad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 May 1856

devoted to news, politics, temperance, education, agriculture, literature, and the progress of mankínd: w. db Co., "Heaven and earth shall Witness, if America must fall that we are innocent." tolume 1. washington, texas, wednesday, may 14, 1856. pirá£jzshbrjsi otmb5r28{ i i" n r i¡ n- f maspglflw^mtritaw PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY tí. W. PERKINS & CO. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, MAT 10th, 1856- Madisónvine, AGENTS f OR THE AMERICAN. ftuntsville, - W. II. ftandolfiih W. E. Shepherd. O. M. Nash. John Henry. W. W. McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. New land. G. B. Reed. VV. H. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clark. J. S. Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. W. M. Scallorn. J. C. Cunningham. J. AV. Brown. W. Morris. and J S. T&ft James Green. Dr. J. Hough. Thos. Kuckman. N. Branch. Thos. C. Oats. Dr. VV. D. Eastland. C. K. Hall. are re- Muskeet, Rusk, Nacogdoches, Boonville, Wheelock, Marlin, Port Sulivan, Bellvil'e, . Sad Fillipe, Fayettev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 May 1856

fl, W. CRAWFORD, EDITOR. WA&UTíGTOfl, WEM8M1Y, MAI 14,1846. TOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW J. DONELSON FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, Wm. UnUDMAJf, OF EUSE. FOR STATE TREASURER, iw. a. tabltoe, or habbisoic. FOR COMPTROLER, IE. a. C. lUteXBTSOIT, OF sill. FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, J. A. WILCOX, OF HT , BOEEBT H. TAYLOB, OF FinOT. EASTERN DISTRICT, J. W. FLAÍFIGOr, OF BOTE, W*TERNDISTRI CT. of: 7WMPSCXS OF EI0ABA8ÜA. I gavernment was held in New Orleans a few As we intimated in our last issue, Walker days since, which was addressed by the Hon. has gained a glorious victory over the Costa j Pierre Sonle, at which four thousand dollars Ricans. The battle was fought on the 11th were made up to assist in furnishing men of last month, at Rivas, in which six to seven and munitions for Central America. We hundred of the enemy bit the dust. The hope the .balance of the South will do like- victory was complete, and the effect of it wise. It is the duty of every one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 May 1856

JEST* We learn that Mr. John Mxcna- mara, died yeaterdaj at the residence of John Spurn, and will be boried to-day at half past 10 o'clock, A. M. ' There are two or three young men in our town that wonld like very well, we expect, to marry. We do not see why their wants cannot be «applied. Ladies, unless you apply soon they will be off for Nicara- gua. For further particulars, apply to Uncle Bob; ITEM 7B0X SCBAPDOH. The "ol* Bulletin says that the U. S. ship Supply, with the camels on board, bad arrived off the. bar. The steamer Fash- ion will, as soon as the sea will admit, re- ceive tha camels. One died and three or four were born during the voyage. The Galveston Civilian says the magnifi-. centjedifice, designed for an Episcopal church, in that city, is advancing rapidly. The massive wafts of brick will soon reach their destined elevation, and when completed it will be one of the handsomest and largest bride buildings in Texas. The New York papers report a sale of 100 Dry Salted ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 May 1856

THX DIAMOND BOBBERY. Out readers have already been ap* prize! of the great diamond robbery in New York and of the arrest of George W. Haydon, It appears, was an employe in the store of Ball, Black & Co. He dragged bis fellow clerks at night, and while they were asleep, took jewelry to the amount of $40,000. Information THE AJCEBICAH PLATTOB*. Philadelphia, Feb, 21.—The Nation- al American Council passed tiúf even- ing the platform of principle^nblished on the 15th inst., in the Washington Organ, as a substitute for the whole platform established by the June Con- vention. The vote stood yeas 108. nays 77. Various members from Ohio made was given to the detective police the next speeches on the subject, some declaring morning, and his arrest soon followed that the platform was a death blow to The Herald gives the following account¡ Americanism in Ohio, while others ex« pressed themselves content, and defend- ed Mr. Ford, of Ohio, from the charge of Black Republicanism made by Mr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 May 1856

SgnéÉÉÜBBÉÉS DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MAÜKlííft Or. W. PERKINS c*S Co, "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America most fall that we are innocent." VOLUME 1. ®as|iugíím^mtrican WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1856. f PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN- • fcuntsville, - W. JI.Randolph Madisonviñe, pentervffle, Springfield Corcicana, Muskeet, * Pusk, Nacogdoches, Boonville, * Wheelock, Marl in, Port Salivan, Bellville, San Fillipc, Fayettevilte, Caldwell. ÜUNDtM, * Lexington, Plum Grove, v Cunningham P. 0. - Webberville, Georgetown, Houston, J. B. Montgomery, La Grange, Helliüt*, Bagdad, Ikrand Rock, Bellton, Bastrop, pwtfail; W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. Jolfn Henry. W. W. McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H-. S. Newland. G. B. Beed. VV. H. Wheelock. Sam Bíi'ne. J. A. Htfgrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller II. Clark. J. S. Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. W. M. Sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 May 1856

a. m. cbawfow, ÉPfroR. WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, 1W 21,18é6. FOR PÍIESÍ tTEÑT, - , MILLAR!) FILLMORE. FOR TIC? PRÍSIBENT, ANDREW J>DONELSON FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, . Wft «tbadmab, of busk. FOR STATE TREASURER, tW. A. TABITOB, JW HAEBISO*. ' FOR ^OOBWTROtBR, • II. I. 0. BOKgBXMV, OF BELL / FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, J. A. WILCOX, OF BEXAB, BOXBBÉH, TATO , OF fABBDT. EASTERN DISTRICT, * ^fkjanstM, OF sins, WBáá&RN DISTRICT.. „ .WB&AKB, OBLBOBA MT We *™ «th ri*ed 10 announce X. W. Battle, as a eandiüafé Air re-election to th« office of District Attorney for the Third Judicial District, at the ensuing Aofaat flection. tóT We are authorized ta announce J. Buekholta, Cameros, aa a candidate for the office of District Attorney for the Third Judicial District, at the eaauing August election. tar We are authorized to announce 8aJb Lttsfc, as • candidate for re-election to the office of Count; Clerk of Washington county, at the ensuing August election 0* we are authorized to announce ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 May 1856

car Attention is called to the notice of % meeting of Railroad Commissioners, at Brenham, on the 14th of June. JG5T We have had a week of beautiful weather. Our farmers are a '• smiling*' set just now. jc3t In our list of announcements, will be found the names of C. Buster and James L. Dallas. The former is a candidate for Probate Judge, and the latter for Sheriff. f.-t Judge Thompson, the nominee of the Kroutocratic party of Q \lve?ton to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Lorenzo Sherwood, in the Legislature, has come out against the loan bilk csr The Plow, the Loom, and the Anvil, is on our table, freighted with' its usual quantity of useful statistical data. It is a periodical which every merchant and farmer should have. JC3T We are informed by W. H. Mc- Cutchan, Esqr., that two persons, (names not remembered) were drowned in attempt- ing to cross Nails creek, in the upper por- tion of this county, during the freshet a few days since. EST G. P. R. James, the Britt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 May 1856

of uimah in i por tut of lad^fl&frct ho stray «d or vm tiolra Mk on returning tnmlm hit littiag. Sis owner «u iaooMokMo; hat knowing the diitio «ti* «rtttfa largo and intimate a*, ^vaiatanoe with persons who confidently nunosrn «henaselves with other people's dog's raairad to hiss for adrice, and an thotiasd hin to offer ton pounds reward fot the rsoorory of the missing favorite. The artist soon put himself in oommu- •iostioa with one of his *-dog fanciers,' mho asked him whoa ünd «f a dog it vasJ «Why," says ho, "look her ; this isUs^iotaM. Should you know him The Mow gated at the riridly faith M representation for a minute or two jftoAy, and than said : "I think's I'so got him now: I shall know him if I see him. But what's the reward?" «Were *smdsome, indeed, snd worth * little trouble; but sash a prime hash- ami oe that 'are will oost a deal of trou- ble togot holdoa, sueh uneommon «are is. taken on' en by them as has got 'em 'ert I'U <do my best and again 1 his eyes on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 May 1856

DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. G-. W. PERH-EVa *«3 Co., volumeT rtHeaTen and earth shall witnel's, if Amcriea most fall that we arc innoccnt." WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28,1856. Maslragl^meritan PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, HAT 24th, 1856. , , AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN- Huntsville, - W.H. Randolph Madisonville, Centerville, Springfield Corcicana,. Muskcct, S«k, Nacogdoches, Boonville, Wheelock, Marlin, Port Sulivan, Bellville, San Filiipe, Fayette ville, Caldwell, Cameron, Lexington, Plnm Grove. Cunningham P. 0. Webbcrville, Georgetown, W. B. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Henry. W. W. McPhail. |¿. C. Lock hart. Maj. Liken. _H. S. Newland. ,'G. B. Reed. W. H. Wheelock. Sfem Blane. 'J. A. .Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clark. J. S. Riley. J. Bnckholts John Nunn. W. M. Scallorn. j. C. Cunningham. J. W. Brown. W. Morris. Houston, J. B. Hogan and J S. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 May 1856

6. VI. CRAWFORD, EDITAR. .......Miar ■ WASHINGTON, WEDNE&8AY, 111 «8,1856. 'FOR TRESÍ MILLARD FILL ORE. POR "VICE PRESIDENT, TOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, Wa. BTEADWáW, Oí BUSK. [E TREASURER, ' r, or harrison. MAY CELEBRATION. Our fair young friends of Independence celebrated the adfent of May on the 23rd. At an early hour in the morning, the gath- ering commenced and (at 10 o'clock) the ground was thronged with persona to wit- ness the ceremonies of the occasion. "The eeremonies incident to crowning the Queen, were performed with much grace, ancl the recitations, generally well selected and well delivered. The fair Queen, Miss Fuller, of ouston, played the pirt of TSgOCpZK life,' . and her maids of honor- seemed to "he the impersonation of what tbey purported to be. The representatives of the seasons and fioweco-also, gave entire satisfaction. We were especially pleased with the opening "address dy Miss Fanny Rogers, the closing sdtfreaff by Miss MoHy E'dridge, and the satire by Miss R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 May 1856

KfML A large an$i enthusiastic Nicara- gua meeting if as heíd m N. Y. on'tfee 'lOífc instant. v * iras nr Leslie A. Thompson. v— t elected to fill the vacancy occasioned by the ^resignation of L. Sherwood, in the Legisla- ture finoitt (Galveston county. jBár We learn t'fiTTthTQTató Jury of Milam connty have -found about fifty true bills against persons for marking cattle that did not belong to them. We hope justice may-be meted out to them in big doses. jpy We see our sister cities are.pre- paring to 'celebrate the 4th of July. Will Washington, the cradle of Texian liberty, "be behind-hand in commemorating the glo riotfs old 4th 7 ~*e 'We have received from our pub- lisher, Mr. Perkins, who is traveling on the Upper Brazos, about one hundred subscri- bers within the last ten days. We have the largest circulation of any paper in the inte- rior, and still subscribers pour in upon us. JES" The dead body of a white man was Tound in the river, at this place, on Sunday. The body, after be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 May 1856

"BATMTW* füNDB Archbishop Hughes is understood to 'write the leading editorials in his organ, the Freeman's Journal and we must, 'therefore, bold hija responsible for its v .critical denunciations of Protestant Mgymen, like Rev. Henry Ward fcchér,—-for contributing money to buy i.; fle-i for Froe>lom iu Kaasas." These - uculently disposed parsons, we are -■¡j—could only be boru of Protestant sm. And tbe Archbishop, with a well vmibted Christian meekness, enquires— -Who can imagine Catholic clergy- aie engaged in euc^ incendiary work as that enacted at New Haven 1" ~Who can imagine?" We can. The -New York public can / Everybody cao, —that remembers the Fillibuster scenes, -in which the Archbishop Hughes shone as a star actor, on tho stage, at Vauxhall Garden, in this city, dnring the remakable Slievegammon ^so.called) Campaign,in the summer of 1849. Rov. Henry Ward Beecher only pladged him- self to procure .25 muskets, for Kansas, —but Bishop Hughes went far, ahead of Plymouth Chu...

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