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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 June 1844

I havo sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlio Mind of Man." Thoims Jeilern H. WEBB, EUITOB. AN PROPRIETOR. voIiiihc vino BO)OMSRURGc, COLUMBIA. COUNTY, PA. S AT 5JI1D AY, .IttJiVB 8, 1844. rjVmnfM!r 7o X OFFICE OF THE J)KiIOCKAT Oi'i'osrn: fir. Paul's Church, Main-st T3EMS : The GOr.UAtliM DEMOCRAT will bt published evert Saturday morning, al '1WO DOl.plllSper annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars J'iJ'ty Ccnls,ifnol paid within lite, year A'o subscription mill be. laken for a shorter period than ar.r months;' nor ami discon tiiutancc permittcd,until all arrearages are discharged. JID VE11T1SEMENS n ot exceeding a square luill be conspicuously inserted af One Dollar for the first three-insertions, and Twenty-five cint.i for every subse quent nseriion. liberal discount made to those ivho advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on bus'incss',mut be post paid POETRYo LiESSON OF THE SEA- BY HUS, I.. II. SIOOUKNUY. Go ilown unto ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 June 1844

Mr HjbbirJ, of New H -impsntre, siid he hid no oiher desire ilwn to promote iho establishment of demuctutic principles in coming to the Convention, lie said ho hid comu here with strung personal predileo llOUS lor Mr, Van Ultren, UlU now Ulllier.iuunu, mill m Iter auvuiaiy ui icmuui nm; strong convictions thai he pould not bB no minatctl. the delegation from his stale would go for Mr. Polk. It was done in a spirit of conciliation not by bargain. Gen. llowatd of Mil, then addtessed the Convention, uruinir them to act with eoncert'for the purpose of .ecuring iho noni jmilion forlhwith. lie said ho wished to impross upon life body o duo apprehension of the responsibility vhirli itsieii upon tlmm. Yuslerd.iv there wefo one million of heart? in this country anxiously beating to know thcrwult of tlio deliberations ol the Convention. They would, if here. Hlcmantl two names under which torally. 'In olden times that General who had iho second choice was deemed worthy of re ward, and now, sai...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 June 1844

"merit vJT!ioi,,r rtn ts.rruiw.tw .ru.v: s,inu, FOR PRESIDENT, JAMBS K. POLK. PRESIDENT, GEORGE Mi DALiIjASo for GovnitNon, UENIiY A. MUHLENBERG' CVwj Corn n issian er. JOSHUA IIAItTSIIOKXE. P HE SID ENTIAL ELECTORS' Wilson McCanuluss, Asa Dimock, Senatorial HKrnnSKNTATIVR X Oonrao F. Lehman 2 C'liri tiitti Knead Win. U.Huiith 4 John Hill'(riiil.) 6 Samuel E. Leech fi Samuel Camp, 7 Jraso Sharpo 8 N. Sa'mplo U Wnii Ueindenrich 10 Conrad .Miimer 1 Stephen Ualil;' t" Jonah llrewstet LI Gforite Sehuablo 1-1 NVthaiiicI 1). Ebbed 15 M. N. Irvine 10 James Woodburn 17 Hush Momgomery 18 Isaac nkeny 19 John Mnthewa 20 Wm. Patterson '-M Andrew Unrko 'i'i John M'Gili 'i'.l Chiistiati Myers SI 'lobertOrr BLANKS ! ! HLANKS ! ! KT-Jiiniosniank KXEOUTIONS am! SUMMONS just printed and fur sale at this Uihcu TI2MPERANCE. The Blooinshurg Temporanci Society will meet on Stlnidny.Junc 8, at eat I3 rantlleli(lil,iii the Piesbyleiiau Chinch. The 1 tiblic i.1 It nncsted lo attend. An sddiess mey be expect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 June 1844

r luck Crismti!", mid sich olhei MAJ. JONES' LETTER. Mtsitfhtitih Suites a bomiauble foot of &Hn Pill lavlll.,Jin.5lh,1844 Mr. Thompson t DEAR SIR Well Clirhmus nnc JVevv Years is roiic, mill heap r ru" h,s gone with them. Down here 11. ,n. "...ill., wm in. a rem limn vu he sure. Evmy bnily ..... ,,n-ch danctn nd singin, & kv inekels you never did see. j Hni ,he b joke was the way con ... P,f ..( luck in about Rellin m sister JO'. Ct.rimuS bag. Iie ha.l a kind nf'snNkm nn.mn other for some lime, ,,(,,,he draped tool .Ion', know no n. -..bonrrniHtionor how.. )Ui does bout ..,omy H- over U. our house .Chnsmu-vf,gwie on w.ih hi- non sci.se.a.id bo.be, in ""Kl"Ut,1b BhI ,iie .i.e.! ol hwr.-H-llin her how he .w,.,'.ed.to git imrne.l so bad he d.dn ... know what would come of lum, be wish ,-d somebody would ban up a bag for i.:. i:i. Xlin. did foi mo. Illlll, Ill" .'-J - r i nr. ,... ph she. VOU want to Linl somcbodVnow, don't you?-bul you'.r tmehl r nnslakmd. , Vo. M'' Kesiab, sc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 June 1844

( olmiibia Democrat I hate sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over th Mind of Man Thomai Jefferson Volume YlfiB. OFFICE OF Till? nRiTnpDAm OrrosiTK St. Paul's Church, Main-st The CO J. UMllLQ DEMOCRAT will be hall i enrhi in . v....' tn - yy mwa,i noi pant within the year. ATo subscription will be taken for a stiorlci period tiun aix mtmlhu'tm,- ,..., ,;:-.. timtancc pcrmittcd,until all arrearages are discharged, JiDVP.nTlkv.w ,vn .. ,. . 0 m execcamz u square, will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollaror the first thrccinsertions, " "'rjtvc cyuv tor even subsc intent nxp.rtinn. r w 3 .i . l ' ncu IUHCUUIU r l"ni?Jihf'V?ho a'lvrrl Hi the year . .. uiiomtasfjiiiis POETRYo TEXAS, THE LONE 6TAH OP THE SOUTH." BV J. r. DOW. Far southward o'er tho Sabine's stream, A young republic lifts her head, Whose single star ilntli proudly gleam O'er valor' gravo and glory's bed, That star of empiro took us llight From freedom's coronal of light Heamed oe'r Ja...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 June 1844

c iroons of Ihc girrlson were b...y un ,unsl. Well, Uio Viscount supped got .Mo bed, .eho;a ha Vchc..e step R.lgand agamic wool, el, no supper, buCncut to. . be.U a- before.-; The Viscount, hdXvftvcr, li'l not cep 0 c.s.ljMlus "iBl'Ufor he HioiirW then was something odd about his friend.- So iflcr lying for about half an hour.hf sjid , , " La Vaclirrir, arc you asleep ? Not ycl,"irplicd'Li Vaclienr, 'but I soon shall be.' . " Wfll.l wantloank you somilning. Mid lioulnyo, turning !iimclf sharp Tou.nl, and a he did so, his hand cam. ;,inst Li Vachcit'd. It was like n bit of ice ! " Why, how cold you arc," cried lhc Viscount. . And how can ynu expect tno to br othcrwi.-e,'-" aKi.d Li '" lerliblo voice, 'when you have left me out there in the trenches through two long January oifthU?' and that moment he jumped out ofhcd, throw open the window, and went off. Hw body was found next morning where he lud been killed two days before." COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. June 15, ISM. POLITICAL. The following...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 June 1844

-! uea "'CIlUTIt WITHOUT TKAIl " Wo have been nwinestcil lopublisli tho following extract from tlioMinulcs of tlio pro erodings of tlio Susquehanna Classis, con voncil at New Berlin, Union county, on Saturday, May 4lli, 1811. Tho papers in tlio county arc requested to copy. MlNUTli.S OF CLASSIS Amonc the items of unfinished business of the last Class'n.tlio following are worthy of being noted : I lie Committee- appointed to examine in to the charges preferred against J A.Ftcrsch I'cporteu, that in one point l view, they had not carried out tho instructions of Clas' ais,iu that they did not proceed to the place wiicrc the circumstances occurred wlncli ItT-.ivn rin In tltr nlinrfrntt nrnffltrml . full tlint iV. 1?AU IUjUU hlini'n lllfV ran i.lBlilV llinir- xmlr. in ihi. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMBS. K. POIiK. VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE M. DAljlLASa FOR GOVERNOR, HENRY Canal Commissioner. JOSHUA 1IA.KTSIIOIIUE' PRESIDENTIAL "Wilson McCanum:s8, Asa Dimock, ItErnnSKNTATIVB. tit George Schnnlilo ELEC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 June 1844

INCIDUNTS klN THE PENINSULA WAR.. YjY JIR3. Ei T. Hl.l.KT II wan n bloody and critical period of thr War in I lie Ieuitisula( that Miirillo, theh commanding the fifth Spanish army, aboui four thousand ttrong, in conjunction with Penne Villemur, passed down tho Purtu glide frontier to the Lower Guadiana, in tending to fall nn Seville as soon is Souli aliould advance to tho succor of Bsdnjos. In the beginning of April, while the French were disheartened by tho sudden news of the fall tif that city, Penne Villemur and Morrillo, issuing out of Portugal, crossed the lower Guadiana and seized San Lticar de Mayoi. The place was ten miles from Seville, which was only gairisoned by a Spanish Swiss hattallion in Josoph'g ser vice aided by Escopeteron,' and by sick and convalescent men. The Spaniards soon occupied heights in front of the Triaua bridge, and attacked the French entrench ments, Imping to raise a popular commotion Ilallajieroi.on the other side, had advanced Villi eleven thousand ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 June 1844

71 .. I liavo sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every foruiOf Tyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jcflernoii Volume VIII. OFFICE OF THE DEMOnRAT. OrrosriK St. Paul's Oiiukch, Main-st TERMS The COT UAUUJt DEMOCRAT will be vuliliihr.il f.vr.rn Ntiitinlnu .,,'., TWO DOLLARS per annum payable ,ir ichm ix mivancc, or i wo Dollars Fifty CcntsAf not paid within the near. No subscription will be taken for a shorter ... in..... .i i' 17 jibuvu wiui jtx manias; nor any aiscon linuance permilted,until all arrearages are discharged. J1D VER TI SEMENS n of exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted al vug uuimijur tiivjirsi inrcetnseriions itnd 'Pinrnltimfine ,io Via " - - "-fy vcit.u auiae aitr.nt nutrinn. tiTJ HU J ' " T twoUr U(OLUU( vinde to those mho advertise In the year LETTERS addressr.il oe post pain. POETRYo I'rom llio I'liiladclpliia Dollar Newspaper. The Child's Portrait. DY J A NT. T. WOUTm.VOTO.V. Il lonkcili on me placidly, ThM sweet nntl simple face Not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 June 1844

it,. ..iiu, i .ii iAttM ef run Wi ll. I hen wc goi to town, hid ihji nnu men mc unim - -- , , i n.s. imnK.l nmililii'i mill lit no Was limit, and the vessel ml ready It I.,.,,..-, hin I .L.t b.ifc and l.'ii fed till I Cast ufl1 nml evc,knrjwin'howskceil iony was o; mu waiei, u m lead ili.iiii.lu on mv jouU'U lull ou into inc n 1'iVrr Inoi l.'l ihotiuhl when n mail .,l t'nfir shc.i. ho could never 'fall oil agin," but I see you ain't no safer than ulher folks arler all Come,' save he, ' let mo be, thai s a Rooii soul; ils bait enough, without be ing Urfed at, that's a fact. 1 can't ac-count-far thi-cnpcr no how.' It'll very strange too.ain't it ! What on airih got into Iho hossto make him cl so ugly, can you tell mo All. Slir-kr "tfhy sals I, 'be donM know Lug 1ih yet, that's all. He wailed for iheir. beautiful French oaths that Goodish used. Stop the fust Frenchman you meet and give him n shillin' to teach you lo swear, and he'll g like a Ij nib.' ' t seeil what was the matter or th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 June 1844

"rntrni without vkah " FOR PRESIDENT, 1. FOLK. VICE PRESIDENT, FOR GOVERNOR, J1ENRY A. MUHLENBERG Canal Commissioner. JOSHUA 1IAKTSIIORKE' PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS V,.n McCandluss, ? A.eiarora As,V UlMlICK, . i HurnKSENTATIVR. Ocnrge F. Lehman s ChrinUii KtiPB 8 Win. II. Smith . 4 John IlillO'hil.) fi Samuel 13. I.cccli 0 Saml Cflnip, 1 Josso Shnrpo 8 N. W. Samnlo 0 Win; Ueindaiirich 10 Conrad .Vlilmcr j 1 Stephen Baldy 'i Joi(ah Brewster 111 George Schnahlo M Nathaniel II. I'.Uicd 1C M. N. Irvine 10 Jumcn NVnodburn 17 Hugh Montgomery If) Isaac nkiiiy 19 John Malhcws 20 Wm, l'atlcrsnn ,31, Aivlfcty Jltu-ke , , 23 John M'Gili ' 2H Christian Myers S4 Hubert Orr tCj"Every mail btir.gs us renewed ovi deuce of Ihc entlnt.iaism that prevails in the Democratic parly throughout tho country jn favor of 'he Democratic candidates Folk and Dallas, and assurance from all quarters of tho certainty of their election. So. con fidoni of siicess aro tho Democrats at Wash jngtnn cjiy, that I,cts 10 nnY a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 June 1844

From (ho American A uricuUuiahst. NORTHERN CALENDER FOR JUNE. In llio tinruVuitsisllic moat oclivo monlli for vegetation of lllo ivholo year. It be comes llic farmer, lliercforo, to bo olirrinji with the lark, nntl watuli nllonlivcly tin wholo circle of liis fields. Nothing ohould bo neglected Tho potatoes designed for winter should now bo planted; rota-bagas nown, and If any vacancies occur in the ignr bent and mangel wurzel beds, they should be filled up by transplinting. The ruta baga in one of the nnsl impoitant crops of Great llriiiau, but though a useful one in this country, the uncertainty of it com pared with many oihcrs, and its far inferior value to Indian corn, lo which our climate and soil is perfectly adnptod, render it bul of secondary cniisentiencc. Uv many who have tried each, the sugar beet is much pro (erred for feeding stock; and it is certain tho alter will keep longest without injury; and in most parts of tho country it is a much htirer crop, suffering loss from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 June 1844

Demo I Iiavo sworn upon the Altar of Ooil, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ovor the ailud of Man." Thom-ii JciTcrnon H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T"- Volume VIII. ULOOMSBUJR.Gr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 293 1844. iVmiilicr lOol erat 1 v.rsa j o I I OFFICE OP THE DK.UOUK.YT pjprrjsm: Vr. fAUi.'a Cinmcii, Main-st TEEMS 'he COL VMJiM J)EMOCH JIT will be published every Saturday morning, at TITO DOLLARS per annum paijublr fail f nearly in advance, or Two Dollars Ji-Tflu Cent s,il not paid vnthin the neat Souhscription will betaken for a shorter period than aix months ; 'nor ami dimm rit ..11 IIIIIIWICI HHll.ll,(I(Il (1(1, IIITOIMIljn ore discharged. 'inviun sx not exceeding a x ... iMitnrc will be con.inicuoit.il 11 inserted at .Que Dollar for the first (hrccinscrtions, ft mid Vwe.nl y -Jive cents for ever; subse t? qyent "nsr.rtion. CJA liberal discount iiiaae io iitoat. ivnu unuirnse uy uie year 'LETrVMf addressed an busums the post paid. POBTRYo From tho Bo.l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 June 1844

eyes, fair form, ml light hen's fitted (lie rooms of Mr. Dorrance, nnil by many" was the tjuestion asked, 'Will Mr.ii)urranco favor in witn his com- MJkyJhor'selffelt anxiou for hi op araTicccasl tier iyen (if q'uenily lj wants the iluur. T 'Sj many of his friends are here, Fan- tiy , he will surely come. It is so con irary to eliqucltr for him to be absent without a cause. 'Without a causp, Mary? Cml your pyru around on tho at ray of female heaulyand fascination, and then say if Vhero is no cause br ihe absence of an .unchangeable, Denedick,' a 'confirmed ibachelor. He dare not (rust himself here lesl he be made captive against hi VihV 'I enmc to 'claim your hand, Mis Thorn' safd Mr. Grew lookine the perfections of elegance as ho loll her out to. the dance. 'I'rav.what were you rind four fricpd discussing? the subjeel iias heightened your bioom. ,fVhat wo have often done before, find -.ins fault with your sex.' N,Our sex & is grateful foi being v noticed on any terms by such la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 June 1844

A FeiWal-Ab'oliiion paP6r hJ Oib fol lowing'! . DEMOCRATIC TICKET ron rRcsiDBNT A duellist, who has deliSiuralplj idiot al nni killed his npifc'lihor. A profune sweai'er, anil free drinker ni wine. As speaker in Congress ha gave prnai license In rowdyism and suuunlinaiitin." The sutic paper contains tha following redaction : " Sinco llio niitsldn of this paper went In press wo aro nssti red that tlio representation RivHii on tlic first page, of tho private rnor wis of Mr. Polk, is entirely incorrect, and that ho is not only a man of exemplar morals lint of religious principles. We matlo the. statemont on what we considered nntl'entiu information; but under the r.ircum stances, wish to have tho charges consider ed hs withdrawn. We shall rnakn fuithcr inquiries. and'gUo tho result " ,('o expel (s.iya the New York Plehi.m) to hoar this false chargo reiterated by thr Federal p. ess throughout the Union, with out their haiing the manliness to re Iran as the t)n.tlon paper has done. Thn f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 June 1844

THE CIIA.lt GBV A nr.V01.UTIIlNAIjY INCjlDliNT. An old gentleman, one of ilio few sur vivors nf Lee's celebrated parlizau legion, gave me the following account tif a charge 10 mn, .... ... ... u - . made by that gollantrmp.. whirl, he pro- jectci! by the hazardous nature of their ob BDunco.lb.moilclfrciW.ll.urni.de. npaiinn. On Tuesday last, an explosion We were lying near Fort Gr.mby. ..hi,-' ""P l,,e m!M ... . .:.:.x.'v , PMr. , ler & Haeeerly, at the tie watching the innvemrnm mine mnisn Army, and seeking daily for opportunities 10 cut off its supplies, or any detached par ties that might be pushed out. Early one morning, Captain Arm-strong, 'he ino.ldssb ing, headlong and gallant fellow of our corps, was detached with twelve men, on a irconnoitering expedition, and during the afternoon of the same day. Capt Eggleaton was sent out with a party of eighteen in a different direction. Towards evening the parties met; and having formed a junction .... I nl Af ..,n, wh n . sk rift ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1844

I havo sworn upon tlio Altar of God, denial hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mlml of Man." Thomas JolTcr.on II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. BOOMSBURG, COLUMBI COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1844. Volume VIII. iVunilicr 14 0 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT , oriosrru St. Paul's Chuuch, Main-si TERMS : The COL UMDIJ1 DEMOCRAT 'will hi published every Satttrday morning, at TWO DOLLMS per annum payabli half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Ccnts,if not paid within the year No subscription will be taken for a shorlci period than nix months f nor any diseon linuance permit ted, until all arrearages are discharged. JiDVERTlSEME NS not exceeding a xmmm mill be consmcuoushi inserted at One. Dollar for thcfirsl'thrccinsertions n,l TtHpnhi.finp. cents for everv snbsc numt itsnviiim. ctJI liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year t PWl'DV n, til V1 nil ilPSH.IIIIIS be post paid. POBTRYo IIAltVEST HYMN. Gotl of ilio rolling year ! to tlico Our songs shall the; wilds'! bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1844

SATVUDAV, JUCl'MV, M FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES K. POLK. FCA" PRESIDENT, GEORGE M. DAliLASo r'OR GOVEKNOK, 31ENIIY A. MUIIL13NBE11G Vanal Commissioner. " JOSHUA HAUTSEIOKKE' ' PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS' Senatorial "Wilson McCandluss, Asa Dimock, ItKrilESENTATIVE. 1 George F. T.i-hrrmu M Ubridian Kncas 3 Wm. 11. Smith 4 John Hill (Phil.) fi Samuel U: Leech 0 Samuel tianip, ' 7 tcsso Sliarptf 8 W. Sample 0 W n Heindenrich 10 Cfr.rad .Shimcr ' 11 Stephen Ualdj' 12 Jonah Brewntcr 13 George Schnnlile 14 Nathuniol II. Eldin 15 M. N. Irvino If James Woodlmrn 17 Hugh Montgomery' 10 Isaac iikeny 10 John Mathews 20 Win. Patterson 21 Andrew Uurko 22 John M'Gill 23 Chiistian Myers 24 Robert Orr tO"Cook, of tho Danville Democrat, is -entirely silent in iiis last paper, in relation to our charges against him. Gome, come, Mr. Cook, no backing out. It is rather dishonorable on your part, after having charged us with malicious and wilful false hood,' to 'sculk,- craven like, behind the basil,' when we offer t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1844

Great Wealth and J&xlwnc Povcr I 1 Sort Yoursetves? Tlicro Is a slofy of in one Family. There lives, or -ho officiating minister at Manchester Col rather subsigtn, in an old hovol on an logialo Ohureh having to marry thirty con obscure street in this molropoli, an in- P.lfl altogether on WhltMonday. Towud. r,m ,i.iu,.i ...i.i... it,r .ui,n toe en'l of the service, a fomle voico cried .husband was one of two brothers of an 1 oSt-S .ancient wealthy Dutch family. She yflUrsove8i BOr, you'rso, . an,i went ; was younj; and beautiful; ho was ardent Jn wmi anil nrave. un uio morning ui , M i the mr-morablo 20th of AuriisI, 1770. Size of London. London is now. bo she encouraged her gallant husband tu yond all doubt, tlia largest and most popu leave nor ai ino mansion oi nor pareniB, uu tny in uio worm, n may sotncwiiai and piojs over to IJroo klvn to battle t hp assist ino imagination in lorininii a coticen invading Brilish lroop9.JNo;ir Iho closp don of its iimnensity, when we reflect ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 July 1844

Fiotn Hit Ladies" Nat. Magazine THE KIUII Milieu A NTt II was late t night, and the streets were nearly deserted, Hie more especially as it -whs snowing fast1 A single traveller.tiow ever, mtpht have been scpii wrapped in ! single overcoat, urging his way against the tempest, by the dim lamps. Suddenly, as ho passed a tuition tenement, the figure of pitl started on before him. .Pleas, sir,' she said, 'if U's only a pen ny mother 's sick, and wc have eat noih' ing to day.' TI.e fitsi impulse of the mo menl wm to eo on; his second to stop. He tnt'oil l iIih ifirl. Her face was thin and IUU r V at w pale, and her geiments scanty He was a man of good impulse; so he put his hand toward his pocket intending to give hot a shilling. She saw the act and hor fuslro less eye brightincd. But tin traveller had forgot that his overcoat was buttoned light )y over his pocket. It is too much trouble said ho to himself, and this wind is very culling. Besides llieso beggars are usually cheatsI'll war ...

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