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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1848

i. Jyt-Jj 11 y J I M Em. Jfi II ij 1 Jl If JJ .11 JtiL jlj g : : CHARLES DE MORSE. JuOXG SHALL OUR. B.VX'XEK IJUAVE THE HRKE7.E TIIH STAXU.VP.D OF TKfi FREE. EDITOR &. FROPRJETOR. VOL. G. CLARKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y DECEMBER -J IS48. NO. 31 ns.: . . . jssn DV All"TS-!fRlTV 1 xittaticts of thc United fVchsof America mCon.-rrxs to sa.-h number as lie mav think discreet not ex U V I i i . a UU.l '!!.. .1.. j-.ll : . i . .i . 1 1 J..i :..... v .-.1 -v.-. ......n x u.ti nit: toinmiiiir sums ue mm llic it-!.'.;'.: out : kuiiiuco pmaius io cacu oi me uuniji.i- sauic arc herein- appropriated out il" any n.or.ev in nics el sidd fic regimen's. tnc treasury not otherwise appropriated lor the sup- Si:e. li. Xtldlc it further cnaclid That any noti- port ol the aimv lor the vear ending tlie thirtieth ol Acts 2il Resohilloiss pnxscil ai the first Scssio:i oi" Jlsc Thsriz- PinMr No. 90. AX ACT for giving ciTeet to certain troaty stipula- tions between tins and foreign governme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1848

tjaujXjjir v.'iiu.ifft.jai.M-jHLjjj.UiJijitJi taiksuwl iim1 riyjM'TrLj-ie.iin - j m.'m:iJKejixiiiusasu:itru!isEA'-' aim: fR-ora ic S. Louii Zcrrilfc 27. . INTERESTING FROM OREGON. In our last pipers from Oregon c had ac-j conrer with you on the farther movements of the army. Col. Gilliam was accompanying us in pursuance oftlns resolution wnen iuu fiial mvMcnt of his death occurred at the counts of a battle with the Indians loug.it - on .. :c 0f thc Umatilla River on the Umatilla in February. 1 he net . ad- A UUcc 0fC5S than six hundred men enn- x ices fiom the cunmissioiieis wcio received not llccessrv carry on offensive opeia- on the 23 J as follows : t;ons tis 1C enemy huc that force or more. Wc stop-the press to announce the return -: fifty nics of Foil Waters. r Messrs. Newell and Palmer to mis city. The Commissioners &. Supciintcmlent of In- dian Affairs. have succeeded in securing the .. Kt.r tln Ws Perces. Walla alias a small portion oflhe Cayuscs niullhc ach-( anions Thc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1848

v wiw-i-fc-J-imjJ-m 1 1 m twV i iw m UtlJlJiJJLSULlJ3VJJ:KlA!UW'BiUl.UcJALi.Ulita THE INSURRECTION AT VIENNA Tho German mail lias brought tidings of; another insurrection and rcvolut ion in Vien na which has terminated like the first in ITEMS; NoVel E.VTEnrnisE. A Boston paper says a "team" arrived in Chnrlcstown last Saturday from Industrv. Me.. 35 miles a- tho defeat ot tho military ana tiro flight of bovc Augusta drawn by three small dogs the Emperor. The signal for tho present The team consisted of a small wagon hcavi- Uprising was given by the attempts of tho ( ly laden with goods besides containing the Government or the War Minister to remove driver a man of about lf0 lbs weight. Ho from the cajii.'al certain regiments which had said they had drawn SOI) lbs up hill without shown sympathy" with the popular party.Tho trouble; and that he had travelled 25 miles a people prevented tlie departure ot tnese rcgi- iday on an average Tun Grave. It buries every error cov- ers every defe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1848

"EX "fl o c i r J! Thc'Ecicr'.cdlloracslead. - There ia a lencly homestead la a preen ond quiet vale Vith its tall trees sigliii's mournfully To every parsing gals; Tncrc are many ruins round it. In the sunlight gleaming fori 13ut moss-grown is that sjlvancct. Its wall arc grey and bate. 'Where once glad vo-ecs sounded Of childrcd in their mirth. No whisper breads the solitude Of that deserted hearth. The swallow from its dwelling To the hvv v !ut!i ib.vn And all night Ion th v.hippuarwill Sings by the thrcshhold stone No hand above the lattice Tics up the trailing vines; Ami through the broken casement panes The moon at midnight shines; And many a solemn shadow Seems standing from ihfi gloom Like forms of long departed ones Peopling that dim old room. Oh! where are ih?y whose voices Rang o at o'er lull and dale! Gone! and their mournful memories Seem but an of;-tc!d tale. Some to the quiet churchyard And some beyond the tea. To meet no more as once they met Beneath that old roof tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 December 1848

THE CHARLES DE MORSE. LOXC SHAM OCR UAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. TCt. 6. $ o c trii MAUREEN. The cottage is here as of olJ I remember; The pathway is corn as never hath been; On tks turf-piled hearth there still lives a bright ember; But where is Maureen! The same pleasant prospect still shinefh before me The river the mountain the valley ol green Aihl Heaven itself (a bright blessing!) is o'er me! jut where is Maureen? Lost! lost! Like a dream that hath come and de- parted (Ah vvNy are lbs laved and lost ever seen') She hath fallen hath llovvn with a lover false- heaitc.t So mourn for Maureen! And She who so loved her is slain (the poor mother) Struck dead in a day by a shadow unseen! And the homo wc once loved is. the home of another And lost is Maureen! Sweet Shannon! a moment by thee let me ponder; A moment look back at the things that have been; Then away to the world where the ruined ones wander To look for Maureen! .lnr.icc Afarv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 December 1848

tLULjtusKUesxvrzsss2Lv m. -.rr rt.nsBcga vite ana Ge-.rjvfllc to Athena. IroraG-Uiiin -via MarysViUc; to "Saint Joseph. From IfirLJvJla to Wayajtvillc. Fruin Danville to Mosx-o. From Sandhill in Scotland county to Konksvibe hi Adams cojnty. IOWA. From Moant Ploasint via Una's Aill Brigh- tiwi. and Oikaloosa lo Monroe cilj. From Delluvu Cascade apd Green's Ferry ti. iatentia Illinois. j.mUJgilii.lJL511UJIl.fcAgMMXJnJAALl.J From Qaashquelon. via Independence to Stur- ment to Vernon From Natchitoches along the bank of Red river to Shreeport. " From Plaqucmine to Johnson's Storo on the Bayou Gross tale by the way of Point coupes in Louisiana. From llariiionburg1 through what is call- ed the Funcbrcc and Riser settlements to Columbia. From Columbia by Tiiomos Mcrcdith'v Anderson and Perkins in Jenkins' oettle- CCs'h RainJj 13 lick Hank. couiilT From the Kncoon Folks of the Des Moines riTcr to Council BlulT. From El Kader to Jacksonville. From Fort Afadison via West Point Lowell Mount Ple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 December 1848

4T MMh I Count Latour. -It is evident that the Priuco; i not'Wbe trifled with; ar.d does not feel in- ri;nl tr.Kn mirinnnl into the fate of the ' uafoxtunate Minister of War while the toneof WJJoA.ot tnnl nn nr MtMcnn.ibrcn destroyed. 1 hn rlnail nrn buried on scious strength hlended with an earnest do the glacis as the chnrchyard is occupied 6ire to spare the city the honors of a bom-Jby the enemy. Unfortunately there has been bardment; yet on the other hand we are an encounter in the streets between the ti i- deluged with reports of the continued efioits colotcd and the tuo-colored burghers in of the Hungarian- to come to p pitched bat- which the latter were overcome alter they tie andot the icsolution ot llic inhabitants ot nauseiine streets on me j ins is novvcv- Vicnna not to icld. Their endurance hns'er a solilury instance as otherwise great already been great as they must be in c.x.-' treme want of provisions The Emperor was at Olmutz and has issued oi del s to transfer the D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 December 1848

m m Mm a" m$ t'.c r THE 1ASTSCBSK OF O'BRIEN'S TRIAL. At a quarter past five o'clock the Judges entered and took their seats on Uie bench and Mr. O'Brien was again placed at the bar. for a few minutes a profound silence orevailcd through everv pait ofthe building. and presently a rustle was heard at the doorofj the jury-room and the foreman holding an issua paper in his hand enteied tho box fol- lowed hy the other jurors. The foreman when all had taken their seats handed the verdict to Mr. Tedder Clei k of the Crown who commenced calling the names of the ju- rors. While this formality vvns proceeding n solemn hush of breathless intense and almost ngonteing expcclr.lkii pervaded the entire audience uhile all eyes were intently fixed on the dauntless and high-souled man whose life and liberty whose hope and pros- ncets. whose noblest aspirations and dearest affections were dependent on the awful fiat which was about to be pronounced. The Clerk ofthe Crown liming finished calling the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 December 1848

- gg Hy Rfti 2to kj ara T Ea Tlra fr!l lk H Rii! mEMs sEk HI kiTh trafc ra Bm " "' " r "ti ."t.3 cMa Tarsia e CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SIIAI.I OUR EAXXIHt I5K.AVK THE BREEZE TIID STAXDARP OF THE FREE. lj.fi V-- IJ -jg 'J KTiX '1 )cLi "ilvt .-M"- J VA 1 NV J 14 till 1 tA ffl KI IH V IB ESsr M 1 ?i :1 1 I i 3 II ii i 1 am a H I li I m m E IrH ra B 1 B Ssi k0 &la & 3 eM slala eUs) iw dia dbgia nib XI sli &tlb slb3 g -i" m a a jyp3 EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. 1 VOL. G. 33 o c t r ii . TIII.YGS THAT CH3.YGE. by :.:r.s. iicmass. Know"t tho-j tait sias ari swoepiaj Where cities once have been' When the calm wave is sleeping Their towers may yet be seen Far down below the glassy tide Man's u welling' vihere his voice has died. Know'ttt thou tint fweks arc folding Above the tenuis of old "Which kings their annics leading Have lingered to behold! A short smooth greensward o'er them spread Is all that inarLj where heroes b'ed. Kr.ow'st thos that now the token Of temples once renowned ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 December 1848

4-1. j- 2LL- j--T-fy&I TIIC SPOILS. vjt!jMv)AJgjm3rg A.t.m-reg' 'J LV'ttj- -J.!.!-. g-!JaJa-.-.J.-a-'. gfirtiiftj.g'jacJW-rt.'u uj... ut'Lfti.tSi vj uij3'wa.'s-vi sJ-''-.tJLLjj;'jj"' K.v.jrri. 'j.iV r-"-'l Tfcc dr-tiibulion of ihc spoils i beginning to be agitated qtitc ivaumr m lug ciielcs. For every ollice us have La aid no less than ci-1it or ten persocs indicated ami it ha: gene so for that gentlemen who have been spoken of for certain office- have locciied ievcral applications for dfiuttliipi. List- arc ahcadv in ciicul.itum for signatures to vouch lor the p-ttiioii-m and sound wlnggciy of ceiUin pattieuhr gentlemen. In that de- scription of patiiotism which is evinced in a i arlcct willingness t i serve one cmintrv.for nn adequate cjiisidciation. we Had our Whig friends not a -nhit in'e'ior to the Demoeiats. Wc siy tiiis is in justice to them and xvs trut it is no" violation of our neutrality to xljthc Vhig that ju-iice. We Icam that planks duly gica-ed ha-.e been employed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 December 1848

uv exSGVSSKrBS DESTRUCTION OF THE -IIADLBY FA.LLS DAM Of the Connecticut Eher. It was generally known among our citizens " .. ' . - j i...:i. tins irornmg that the prouigious a.m. " iv Hr.i cv i-s i v.rnirav m-iura v....- liccticutinor at Jielanu jJipoi .u.iss. was swept away jn...; ..-.. O anil si oc.ocn. i1.vu.r..u..Tri. ci.Iy about 75 leet of Ihe dam being lelt on one side and I0 on the other. I'ltc con- stiucticn was we belie c the laigest wood- en dam in the woild at least the water power which it would furnish would hae Iven the largest now in u?c in any conntiy. The Oam cost between fiitv and sit' thoti- -nd dellars and the real damage occasion id by the acciucr. xidcr.t may icach $100 0J0. t siin.cuntly strong to la. . i. .. i? iinii " "'"' " -"" s.s...v "- " -'-I ".! the ltidcmcnt of all cnrcctncd twenty-five . oi an ci.rccii.e.1 iuui-mc allon 0f 0nc who will prove as they justly ;h the intention of lliccoiiip.iiiy'; a mcrc all.pingstonc to tic c-estab-ncu nithin two or thr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 December 1848

;.ggCgaaftac.Jl5i3 j effort was made by Laird the rider of Fash- 1 Ir. r. loii nMtliniit ofTnrt T?nKinna took the Wn DEMOCRACY IN FRANCE. 1 he most interesting portion o wic .u j antnined it throughout fore en news next to that winch relates to ."' . . ;.- . thecal of Smith O'Brien is the account I .me- 3D and -" """ jmm M tVWl.lLlrnriU.l UjUjJjuLuviOJ-. ... ji j.gB .. 1.T..1. ... l. .....- ? ftin fY-t i.t.n..fQ! an eche nent in regard to Uo eh-etion'of; GP.AEFEjXBEIIG COMPANY President of the new Republic. Tii i no ui ti de in the constitution declaring that the elec- tion shall take place by universal sulTiago mrs adopted by the Nalloual Assembly on Saturday the 7:h October after a most e- citnsii debate. 0:i the previous day M. dc Lamartine made his gicat speech on thi3 sub- ject a speech ofyre.it power mid eloquence in which after a review of the perilous scenes through which the Republic- had passed he took the boldest ground in faor of univer- sal suffrage. 1 le scouted the id...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 December 1848

V. J w 'k STANDARD CARRIER'S HDD IB IB to his PATRONS Time honored custom calls upon Your Carrier's most reluctant muse OnvChristmds day to chant in song A measured compend of the News. To weave in Rhyme the warrior's fami To hail the Statesman's praise in numbers. But ah: alas your Carrier s brain Is dull o'er song it sadly slumbers. On him no inspiration beams His thoughts though lofty are not trained To sing in words of fire those themes For which the bard of Greece was famed His jaded Pegasus is sore In travelling these poor stanzas o'er. 'Ie'd pleasure take in praise of all Lhe good the great the brave the learned But that he fears his muse would fall His feeble effort be but spurned. So daring naught of lofty theme And leaving Poets true to chant it He'll tell the subject of his dream And hopes you'll not be slow to grant it. The simple kalend he presents ; Will be your guide throughout the year Its value nve and twenty cents His holyday will help to cheer. I Without more word...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 December 1848

NORTH j THE s 'twMwjmjvsBCZB: CHARLES DE MORSE. LOXG SHALL OUR EAWER KItAVE THE IIILEEZE TIIC .STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. THUGS IN INDIA MURDER OF A MOGUL OFFICER. Some lime n-o we noticed tlin ' Rnmlilpa e no- i - tji- ' . ft i ... . i ni nn CHtirtnl in Hlnitnclnn " nm m.Klicli n.l a few extracts from that very interesting and instructive work The great difficulty en- countered by the English government in its attempts to i suppress the murdcrnui practi- ccs of the Thugs (a class of malignant fannt- - - t i - i i . i i iccl la troll Irtinu-n rinn in Mif u-nr!.-In uluMi we allude nartieuHrlv described. The fol- lowing account of the murder of a Mgul of- to be met by an organized opposition but he ficer was deriv cd from oi;e of the Thugs at a an abiding confidence in the justice of Lucknow :- Baltimore Juiaicaa. Ifhe American people. (Here the noise and " A stout Mogul officer- of.toble bearing . . and singularly handsome' countenance on . confusion comp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 December 1848

y. The dolt-gale from said' Territory . shall ilnt lie rutith-d to receive more than tucnty- f.a Immlipd dollars at anv one sessiou of Congress as a compensation for his mileage in going to and returning from the scat of the governuieU of the United States any act of Congress o the contrary notwithstan- ding Ssc. 17. And be it. further enacted. That all suil process and proceedings civil nnd criminal at law and in ehuncery. and nil in- dictments and information which shall ho pending and undetermined in the couits es- tablished by authority of the proimmal gov- ernment of Oregon within the limits of said Tcrritorv.whcu this act shall take effect shall be transferred to be heard tried prosecuted and determined in the district couits hereby established which may include the comities ordistiicts where any such proceeding may be pending. All bonds recognizances and ..bligation-i of every kind whatsoever valid under the exiting lav within the limits of said Territory khall be valid under...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 December 1848

last for Governor at the recent election 31- 64G! Gen. Cass did not receive as many votes as were cast lor air. Ulay in lH by 374 Isdictmcnt op xx Ex-Auditoh. Jnmes E. Matthews late Auditor of the Stitc of Mississippi has been indicted by the grand jury of Hinds county fur defalcation to the State in the sum of about $3503. Mr. Mat- thews gave the requited bail and asked to hue the trial postponed to another terra ol the court. The Whigs "in and about tho vicini- ty hcfciif" evidcnlly consider themselves Home of the 5nufTlhe child was up to und take ns poor demo' by the hand in a kind patronizing and Tajlnnsing sort of way. Well we must be content fiir a while to l.ty on our backs and look up; but gentlemen if the "outgoings" of snme of the Notthem Whis p ipers nre half correct yui of the South will find after all tint y ou have been laboring for "the shadow of tnc meat the dog saw in the water;" for the full historv of aid shadow see JEt'-p's Fables a standard work with all true Ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 December 1848

THE SEA SERPENT. Wc conied a naragraph from the London Globe last week alleging the appearance ofj n huge sea serpent to persons on board tne Uritilh frigate Ddalus. Tlin following of- ficial announcement ofthe fact is copied from a late paper brought by the Hihcrnia. Her Majesty's Smr D.r.DAi.csi Hjinoazc October 1 1. Sin: In rcnlv to your letter of this tlayV date requirins information as to the truth ofl n statement published in tho Globe newspa- per of a sea serpent of extraordinary diincn- hions having been seen from her .majesty's hip Dicdalus under my command on hnr passage from the Enst Indies I have the honor to acquaint you for the information ol juy Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty that at 5 o'clock P. M. on the 5th of August last in latitude 21 dcg. 41. min. S. and longitude 9 deg. 22 mm. E the weather dark and cloudy wind fresh from the N.W. with a long ocean swell from the S. W. ship on the port tack heading X. K by N. something very unusual was seen by Mr. Sartons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 January 1849

Tap mu Xj l1 11 i Hi feMMq I. pyft-rXlf-H-U.-fJ.. U'Jf-J.lLM.-LJ-i-J !.. :.i-Ut CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SIIALI4 OUR. BAXXKR BUAVC THI" HUEEZK THE STAXIUD OP TI!K FUKH. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. ypjG- BY AUTHORITY. Acts anil Re.SOlUtioil-S passed ati'Tisa sepulchre tihhi-neJ that ilicrc vie" descry. the first Session or the Thirti-j etll Congress. I Immcrtal for aye will thy memory he - llravc JACKSON the guardian and shield of the H LUl.ll .Ml. 1UU.J AN ACT for the payment of the fourth regiment in .i . 1 1 -i r .1 .1-11 r.i the second brigade rf the third division of the Vermont militia.for services at the battle of Plattb-1 burg burg. Be it cnaclfil .u the Smote and Lnis of Pi ere-. Be it enactfd .y the Smote and Imsi of Pipre- sentat'a cs of the United States ofAmTiea in Congress j Assnnbled That the proper accounting officers of the Treasury be and thev are herehv authorized ' the treasury and directeJ to aJjust and settle the clninis for one month's services of the officers and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 January 1849

I - y.MUjmitUJUJU L.mimg-iJii''.TiM.JiMa ;nMwgty-y-m-JiJMU'r' VASHINGTON'CORRESPONDENCE. Gentlemen I thank you hcaitily for the Kinaness witu which you have welcomed mc W.SHI.NCTOX ClTT Dec. Oth lSIS S Mr Editok: Congress met on Mon- 1nv last the 4th inst. On Tuesday the Pres ident's Message wns read in both houses of Congress; and it is considered one of the eldest public Documents that has cer issu- ed from the ''White House." I have nlica- tly sent you a copy. " Nothing ofunv interest has as yet occmrcd in cither home except the introduction of n proposition to admit California as a italc in stead of organizing atcrntoiial Government there. If this done the agitation of the slate iicstion will be av oided as all parties admit that :i state hns.lhc ri;ht to judge oj that matter for t-clf.Tlic fate of ibis measure is ayetimcer- tain The popuhtiou ofCnliforninvvill increase more rapidlv than any New Country on ac- count of the immense quantities of Gold which have been lately discov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 January 1849

If - ." ? jrT.5SW Xatvju.l?u-"3'ZX Gorcruor of Arian. Tito legislative caucus of the Democrats of Ar- kansas have recommended Col. John S. Roane as the Democratic candidate for Governor of the State to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of I Gov. D.-cvv. Col Yell was the principal contesting candidate. The YVcnlfcrr. The weather has been more inclement in I; -o;.. fi.i the hist tlnec week than we ... . ... - nave ever ucion: i-- .enuutuu hi " "' a residence of thirteen years. Uc hae -t;lC Bunk or England vvcio similar in char- had sleet or vcrv cold rain so large a pottion acter to those of the preceding week. The of the time or late that pleasant leather' operation! in the United State: Loan had in . . some degree assisted the par of exchange. and dry streets have become remembrances. -rIctotaY numbcr 0f deaths by cholera since GoaCcicpvzn?. jits first appearance in England amount to Mr. John AY. Lee of Bowie county mule with ( ciulitcen orhinT Inm. laet vcar io uiiiiui...

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