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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 October 1853

. :?;.ajs en f i mmm m mnmL agmwl a sisal imyiM 5 ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, CLARK 1 INVAEIAELY IN' ADVANCE. EDITOR AND GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1853. NO. 22. VOL. 14. CARLOS BOABDMAN) JOHN CHAMBERLAIN, Attorney at Law, Liru'.eu3, Linn County, Ko. DBAlSn IK WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Watches, Jew dry. Silver Ware. fcC Linn and the adjoining counties Ali busi ness entrusted to his euro Will receive promo! at- 0L Having made Urge additions to my stock- anuom Ann! J, 1801. i LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEAL BR IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, WuUr Stnct. Glasonr, Mo. KEEPS constantly on hand a general assortment ! of seasonable goods, i . I TALLY It, MATTHEWS, 1 C'AJII.Vi.T MAHKHS, ! Corner secotu am MerRet Ota., Olasgow. . . . . . . . 1 1 j 1 n if,, www muci, in mi.- iiiHi-, est and most fash OBable style, andti , from the best materia!.-all kinds ofM 1 1 Fi'rniture. Particular attention paid to makir.e CorriNS. Also Patent Mclalic Ovjfriu kepi constantl) on band. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 October 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1853. jc (!?lasgoto CimrsJ PUBLISHED tVtHV THUItSD 4 V MORN INU BY ( MKH H. OREEN, At One Dollar Per Annan, Invariably in Advance (Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid tot.JB Abtertisements inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK, f avery description, promplv executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS V. B. Palmer is our onl 'aimer la our only authorised Agent in ; K, Boston and Philadelphia. Boardmam, Linneus. ! Kew York C G. H. Bcrkchaht, Huntsville Tnos. O. Sharp, Bloomington JAMF.S I' lore, norctia. J. H. Pr.NNY, Penny's V. O. Powell &. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Horsely, Keytesville. Oi H. Hubble, Trenton. ftf"" Postmasters irenerally are authorised to re ceive monies for subscription or advertising. QP All Agents are requested to remit by mail, win-never they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 October 1853

I GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1853. Cjjc (fMiisgoto . femes, New Advertisements. Moisrs. Grccnnbuiim St Hurths, Fnyette, havo one of the largest anil finest stocks of merchandise ever imported to the country, which they are selling at ustoiiishingly low prices. Their goods and prices will bear examination. F. A. Savage has just opened his fall imd winter slock. His house is full of eve ry article of goods wanted in this market( and it will afford him pleasure to xhibfc them. C. B. Fullcnstein has a runaway negro, for which he offers n liberal reward. Who wants a snug, well improved farm ? Messrs. Tatum and Wilhoite offer one for ale in a fine neighborhood. Eastern travellers should call at the office- of E. F. Fuller, St. Louis, 20 Olive street, and procure through lirkels for their destination, thereby saving time and money. Ilia card explains the route for which he is agent. New Jf.wj-.lby and Fancy AnncLts. Mr. John Chamberlain has just returned with a new ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 October 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1853. The Hundred Million Loan Company. The New York, Atlantic and Pacific Railroad CoHPtiiv, This company. which was chartered by the Sluto of New York at th hint session of ihe Legislature, held their first meeting In the city of New York on Friilav. A majority of the com missioners designated in the charter were nut present, hut those pretpnt proceeded to business and opened the books of subscrip tion. Mr. Hubert J. V;.lker commenced the subscription to the stock M itli th-' mm often millions of dollars. Dr. Newccmbe, ol Albany, and others, in In hall of themselves and others, subscribed ll.c sum ol two mil lion eight hundred thousand dollars, and the company then adjourned lo Intel t-n the lsi of October. The cipita! stock of the company lion hundred millions ol dollar. Under the tenlq section of the charter Melt StiiOkhoKlef is mado ir.dividuaily liable for all the debts ol the company to the extent ol the amount Of hit stock w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 October 1853

flic c Idv 01 a i)o to 5 CLARK H. GREEN, ) I EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ) irKre $ ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ) ( INVARIAELY IK ADVANCE. ) VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1853. NO. S3. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneus, Linn County, Mo. WILL continue the practice of the Law, in Linn and t!ie adjoining counties. All busi- :.iiiUjieu 10 uis care mu receive piompr ai ni. April 1, 1X51. entioiu LOGAN D. DAMERON, DBA LI' R IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Water Street. Qia9goD Mo. t-T-nne ..i i of seasonable ssJbds. TALLY & MATTHEWS. ' 1 " P "m 1 CABINET MAKERS, , C irner second und Market sts., Glasgow T3 vVttt make to order, in the neat TSr e t and most fashionable style, and rJ&ifr?.f "Oin the best materials all kinds of FiKMriian. , Pirticu'ar attention paid to making Coffins. , , Patent Metalic Cnjjins kept constantly on hand. September 2, 1852. DR. II. WALKER, OFFERS Irs professional services to the citi -."us of the place, and vicinity. JTCflice at Dr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 October 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1853. PUBLISH ED EVERY THtTRSPAV MORNING BY CL4KK H. GBBEK, At One Dollar Par Annum, Invariably in Advance. Cy . li,A,U . I The most interesting part of t lie exhibi- (L1)C (LHiISMUJ (L. II)1CS J'on wn l'ie Agricultural implements ox 0 r hibiled on the outside ol this building. Cornshelleis oat cutters grass reapers, corn i find cob crashers, portable mills, horse ! rakes, spades, shovels, wheat lans, thresh ' ing machines, hemp breaks, portable lences, i gates of great variety f patterns, sawing (J,y Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the machines lor carpenters, and many others expiration ot the time paid for..3) were there, attracting the ntfenlion ol the Advertisements inseTnTd at the usual rates. A 0,,rious M!ch mi,l,er- e accident (hat liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. prevented the ste.imer Clendenin from renening rioonviiie in nine, .lepriveu many J ' H WUKA, f every description, promply executed at short notice o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 October 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1853. jT I Viy'IHlS ! THREE BOATS BURNED! A Telegraphic Dispatch Irom Biionvillc, 'ated This Morning, 10 o'clock, says: "Just received a dispatch from St. Louis, saying he steamers 'Robert Campbell,' 'Lunette,' and 1 Motitauk,' caught fire and burned to water's edge. No particulars received. OptRATOR." State Meeting. The Annual Slate Meeting of the Chris tain denomination will be In !! ill lW p!"CC. commencing on Friday before the Bin Sun day of the present month. New Goods. Mr. Thompson is receiv ing an elegant stock of good, to which he invites attention. Mr. Shephurd has also just returned with a fine assortment of Watches and Jewelry. Advertisements next week. 2" The attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of Messrs. Perry fc Bartholow, agents for the Protection Insur ance Company. The 'rue theory and prac- tice of insurance is in few words, very cor rectly tatcd;and we recommend our readers to avail thems-dves ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 October 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMKS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1853. THE MOTHER S FAVORITE. "Head nclic, Again, snid a beau! iuil girl checking Ik r hasty steps n she entered : darkened d'cmbcr; "how unforlunnU; eve ry time we are going to have a right gram time, our j-oor moilier must have a head ache. I am very s orry." 'It need not interfere at till with the per 1v, Augusta, " replied her mother, raiting her eyes languidly, "I am always hist alone You hnvc nrtaiiged your hair, have you? You will look very lovely to-night shal you wear yotir diamonds P " "How QUI I think of going, my dear rao'h er, and you sick ? Oh, no, no; no mattei for diimonds and though my dress fits most exquisi'ely, and Harvey Miner Wll bo here to-night I Wanted to set my cat for him. you know," she added playfully "yet I will in no account go; I cannot think of i'." 'And I shall insist that yim do," said her mother, decidedly. "My head is no worse than it has been ft thousand times I am de lighted at the prospect of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 October 1853

litre Uh) iwe - s- KHHBMKBDE. CLARK H, GREEN, ) EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. $ S ONE DOLLAR PER A KKCM, '( IN' VARIABLY IN ADVANCE. $ NO. 34. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1853 VOL. 14- ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. UNITED STATES HOTEL.(formerly Scolt's) corner of Market anil Third streets. Board 1 5 per day. Jos. P. Biiown, Proprietor. ADOLPHI'S MEIER & Co., importers and dealers in Hardware ami Cutlery. Manu facturers of St. Louis Cotton Yarns, c. No. 23 Main street, corner of Chesnut. RP. PKHRY & CO., importers and wholc- sal.- dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, 8fi Main street. f T ARDWARE and CUTLERY. Spring sales, XX Chahi.ks RoQKJlS. No. IB I Main street, im- por;r ami wholesale dealer in Enirlish. German 1 and A .'Mi if an Hardware. Cutlery and Heavy Good.-; has now in Stpre a large stock, and will continue to receive Additions through the season. Country Merchant! are particularly invited to ex amine his stock before purchasing. He will sell as low as any house Ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 October 1853

CJjc 5l;isg0to Ctmes. rUltHIIKD IVHV THDUDAV MuRNINU B CLAW H. OHEEX, At One Dollar Fer Anoam, Invariably in Advance. (Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the ' me UB paid for Abtekthemknts inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to yearly Advertiser. JOB WORK, f every description, promplv executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS. JV ALMKR is our only authorised Agent in Kew Wk. IJoston and Philadelphia. C. Boar dm a :V, UoneOl. O. H. Bt KKciiART, Huutsville. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. James Florf. Floretta. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co.. Cambridge. W. A. Wilson. Marshall. W. .1. BoMUf, Iveytesvillc. n. H. Hubble, Trenton. Cy Postmasters generally are authorised to re ceive monies ror snoscripnon or advertising ncoX!!. "'"'I - . GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, Ootober 20, 1853. A Good Move. The last "Banner," at the request of nu merous citizens of the comity, calls a pub lic meeting at the Coart House in Fayette, on the 1st Monday in Nove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 October 1853

if GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1853. ivr y. i? x 3 jj jA. Xj DISPA TJCH E 8! Reported ExprcsNly for the Times. AVAR DECLARED! KOSZTA RELEASED! Corn Crop Short In France! England 6. France Hacking Turkey GREAT FIRE IN MICHIGAN! Advauce of Freights Decline In Corn, Wheat and Flour. NiW York. October 19. The Asia has arrived. Nothing definite on the Eastern question. The "Times' " letter writer from Paris says that the English and French governments had notified Russia in strong notes: It is now too late to issue new modifications, and that England and France will support the integrity of Turkey. This is probable, but wants confirmation. According to the last accounts, which are yet imperfect, the Sultan has not signed the declara tion of war, but the Grand Council had voted THAT WAR AGAINST RUSSIA SHOULD BE DE CLARED, leaving it to the discretion of the Execu tive when J.o proclaim hostilities. Many rumors are current, but all doubtful, that Gen. Carobcst will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 October 1853

I Firet State Agricultural Fair in Mo. MAJ. WRIGHT'S ADDRESS. Mb. President: I am here to-day by your appointment, to pen ior ine cause, ol AKriculliire. The scene around mc proclaims your interest in that cause, and I share it With you, but in degree and quality how different! It was not my good fortune to start in me in partnership with this lerUlisUg at mosphere and this teem ine earth. M has been alone that path which runs over v muted contracts and broken laws, a path too often darkened by the tierce conflicts of tiuman interest, or the bitter warfare of hu man passions. My business is (odeal witli man in strife with bis follow man, or at war with the fr vcrnment in which be lives. I stand at the point where the antagonisms of society meet where vice is most active, and frailty most conspicuous whither human beings omiug from all the diversified pursuits of hie, thr nii in countless numbers some to have justice awarded them, some to inflict its opposite, and others, an unwillin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 October 1853

title CLARK H. GREEN, t ONE DOLLAR PER ANKUM, ( INTAUIAUI.V IX ADVAKOT- EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 14. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1858. NO. ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. UNITED STATES HOTEL,(formcrlvScott') corner of Market anil Third streets. Board $1 26 per day. Jos. P. Crown, Proprietor. A DOLPHUS MEIER & Co.. importers and I Jt. dealers in Hardware and Cutlery. Mann facturers of St. Louis Cotton Varna, Ac. No. 23 Main street, corner of Chesnut. RP. PEHRY ft CO., importers and whole- sale dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, 86 Min street. HARDWARE and CUTLERY. Spring sales. I Chaki.ks Rookrs, No. 154 Main street, im porter and wholesale dealer in English, German and American Hardware, Cutlery and Heavy ; Goods, has now in store a large stock, and will i continue to receive additions through the season. ! Country Merchants are particularly invited to ex-! amine his stock before purchasing. He will sell' as low as any house East or West. N. B. Agents ror rvniurmore's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 October 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 27 1853. Cjrc ilSlitsgolu Cunts. PUBLISHED EVERY THVBPrtAV MOfJSUNO BY u.um H. CIIIXK, At One Dollar Par Annum. Invariably in Advanca. (Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid for. AnTETHEMKKTs inserted at the usual rates, liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB WORK 1 f .very description, promply executed at short i notice on reasonable terms. j AGENTS- V. New B PALMER is our nnlv authorised Agent in : York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Boa rdm a n , Linnetts. G. H. Bu rkch ar r. HuntsviUe. Thos. O. Sharp, Uloomington. James r lore, Horetta. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson. Marshall. V. J. Hokskly, Keytesville. r' . r if .r, ... .1. ii J.unui.r., j.ieiuuil. jty PostaHSteri generally are authorised to re-! eeive monies for subscription or advertising. I nS" A" Agcius are requesieii to remit by mail,' whoever tllev hnve em.venieiit n,.,l ' i GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 October 1853

i Cfec (gfesgtrte Ones. TtLtoAPii.- VVe are not able to get our tulegraphio report this morning, in conse iiicnce of Uie Iti.W being down between this una I3ooii,ville. We regret this, as news from Europe was expected, which would give some definite account of how matters Maud between Turkey and Russia. Sr. Louis Election. An election took plnce on Monday, in St. Louis, for Judge of the Criminal Court. Several candidates were in the field, and a good deal of excite ment prevailed. In consequence of some derangment of the telcpraph, we have not been able to learn wlio was elected. Fairs. The Marion County Fair was held last week, at Palmyra. The Callaway Fair is to be held next week. Aitoixtments. Robert McLane, ol Maryland, Minister lo China. Levi R. Brown, of Maryland, consul to Bordeaux. Free Nmiim-.s Our county court has made r movement on the subject of free negroes, Lotiis Tom I in, a free negro who has resided in Fayette for a number of years, was arraigned last week, on a cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 October 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MOHNING, OCTOBER. 27, .1853. First State Agricultural lair in Mo. MAJ. WRIGHT'S ADDRESS. (Concltuion from hut vttk ) I pass to the second proposition- I it the duty of the Slate to place a thorough agri cultural education within the reach of bet youth? and if so, how? I assume that shi iiai not yel done it. I assume that withii her boundaries, all is not known that ongb lo ba and can he known by proper appU- anees, Kfiylevate the condition of agriculture j that Hi Slate has not furnished the means of acquiring this knowledge and my pur- i post is to show, if I c in, that she is under I an obligation to make this knowledge access ible. On Monday, the )2ih day of June, 1820 the people of Missouri in convention assem bled, at St. Iouis. established a "free and independent Republic " and ordained a writ ten constitution. For the period of little more than one year, the ncpublic, thu formed, was In a peculiar sense "tree and independent" lor while il people...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 November 1853

wee itli Ztimc - 3EH S9B CLARK H. GREEN, ( ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, I tKVARlADLY IN ADVANCE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1853. NO. 36. VOL. 14. ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS. UNITED STATES HOTEL,( formerly Scott's) corner of Market and Third streets. Hoard 1 25 per day. Jos. P. BnoWN, Proprietor. ADOLPIIUS MEIER Is. Co., importers and dealers in Hardware and Cutlery. Mann scturers of St. Louis Cotton Yarns, &c. No. 2a Slain street, corner of Cliesnut. RP. PERRY & CO., importers and wholc . sale dealers in Hardware and Cutlery, l't Main street. - Ma ARDWARE and CUTLER Y. Spring sales HARDWARE and CUTLI'.IIY. Spring sales. Ciiaiii.ks Hh.krs. No. l.VI Main slreet, im porter and wholesale dealer in Lnghsli, f.crinan pu LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Water Strat, Glasgow, 'o KEEPS constanlly on hand a general assortment of seasonable goods. TALLY It M A TTH EWS, HUM 1 M t Iv.'.IiS, Corner second and Market sts., Glasgow 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 November 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1853. Cjjc Q?lasgoto Chncs. r-CBMsiien evert thohshay mornin'. BY IXtRK H. CiKF.EN, At On Dollar Per Annum, Invariably In Advanc. MB Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration ot the time paid t'"i A . ABTtr.MEiTS inserted at the usual rate. A liberal discount to yearly Advertisers. JOB w"0RK, Of every description, promply executed at short notice on reasonable terms. AGENTS, V. B. Palmer is our onlv authorised Agent in Haw York. Boston and Philadelphia. C. Boahpman. Linneus. -fi. H BdikchasTj HunUvllle. Tuos. O. Sharp. Hloomington. Jamks Florf.. Floretta. .1. II Penny, Penny "s P. 0. Powf.t.i. & Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. Horski.y, Keytesville. (I. H. Hi-hri.k. Trenton. Postmasters ecn .-rally are authorised to re- for subscription or ailvertipinc fc.Yli Aent? arc rekjnPSiH to remit by mail. whenever they have convenient amounts. Thursday Morning, November 3, 1853. War in Europe I The news which w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 November 1853

New Advertisement. Our new Advertisements should be read. They give notice of tilings lost, and things found: of things to be bought, and things to be sold. Money cui be made by reading them: many a man nas made aAprtunc by reading advertisements. Buyers should particularly read the advertisements of Perry & Bartholow, and look through their immense slock of Gro ceris, Liquors, Iron, Sloves, &c. Any thing in the Grocery line and a number of things out of it, can be found at their store all of which they sell as low as reasonablccusto mers can ask. 23 Hon. Jno. G. Miller passed down the river a few days since, on his return from Lexington, where he had been attend-j ing the Lafayette Fair. He was in good health, and with his f;mi!y, will leave for Washington about the lPlli. Fine Appi.es. We are indebted to Dr. Cockmii.i , of this place, for n sack of fine apples, embracing three varieties of pip pens: the "New Town," "New York,'-and "Pound." They were of fine size and fla vo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 November 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1853. Removing the Musk. From the Chicago Journal. It i n old but very true saying, lhai "when rogues fall out, hones! men get their dues.1' Never have we seen this more clear ly exemplified than in the rupture of the Locofuco party which is now leading to n scries of the most startling developments which it has ever been our good fortune to witness. The people, or the Whig party, arc the honest men who now get their due overpowered by unl oly combination? stricken down by the gold of A'tstria am the power of the English Press, the Whig party could only rtjly upon its own integrity look to lb.' future for its enemies. Sooner than we had any right to expect it, hardl in fact has the administration-of Pierce passed through the first six months of it existence, the developments are being made, and exposures produced which w ill startle the most indolent and surprise the most careless. It will be rem. inhered that i. few .days ago the ...

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