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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

Fmi^uty rtntaylvajjl^t-Mr. Oay's rlM * *ojr M*iic*>---lSp. 1. There is in .MfJjptiy|8 prMunriamew/o, st Lexington, a studied appearance of forgctfulncss of all the arguments by jwpicfcbis country can justify her course in-'regslrtl td the present war with Mexico. He is nptUhe arbiter between, if you please, two excited republics, Bittingiin solemn gudgment uppni-the actions ot each, and deciding n'pon! thojciold and unimpaesioned merits and tputh iof tbe ease. On .the contrary, he is the accuser and the judge |of his own country ietore, the world. His [speech is heralded with a flourish of^trumpets, I like that which, announced tlie approach of the | | kipgs of old, in their visits of-state, and is precoded by carefully drawn resolutions constituting the stamina and foundation of the speech itself. When the latter appears it will of course, be fpund to be consistent with the resolutions. It will indeed buo nothing more than an elaboration of" tlie peirits" contained i...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

"Iretfa Go." At a meeting in th> Chesterfield! District, South Carolina, very fecently, a resolution was parted advising " all Southern representatives •rCodgress" first to oppose, with all their envies, the Wilmot Proviso, and then, in case of s failure to prohibits passage, * to forthwith vacate their seatl in Congress," &e. In another District, whic| has escaped our memory, * similar resolutiofj was adopted. " , Was there ever a Wore sensitive, Bdgetty State than Sonth Carolina? The instant an Abolitionist offers t| petition in Congress, squinting towsrds the! abolition of slavery, or an iodividual'lisps hisji opposition to flie extension of that institution over territory now free, (hat moment she wilijproclaim herself terribly insulted, place berself|in a belligerent attitude* ,ndsay "&.'««)»." jlo Where? Wher.ewill vou go to escape thiftj annoyance? "Vacate your scats.'" Fudge| Of what avail would ill of that be? Besides, is it Democratic and right...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

—=_.^— More Trouble In the Wigwam. The " harmonious'' Whig camp, judging from recent developments, ts likely to become the scene of convulsion an$ turbulence. In addition to the famous Lexington shaft which has thrown it into the wildest consternation and dismay, we have it announced on the very best authority, that another oracle of the party—it beine no less a personage than the Hon. Jons Qursrv Aoxsis—'has* declared his determination to oppose to the list the no-indctnnity and no-territory policy of tlie Messrs. Corwin, Web-«ter and Clay, and go for the ipWe of Mexico. Accordingly we find fbc following paragraph in the Washington correspondence of the Tr'ibuie, which is no doulit based upon something more than mere gossip :— A startling rumor Prevails in the city this j Mining, that will somewhat embarrass the ¦ no territory" party.!? Mr. J. Q. Adams, it is said, will avail himself of the first opportunity to declare himself in favor of the acquisition of the whole of Mex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

STlXIi LATER FROM MEXICO! Position of Gen. Pattenon and state of aaiitT* In Mexico. From tjtie Pennsylvanian of Tuesday, received last evening, we learn that the steam propeller fidith has arrived at New Orleans with Vera Cruz dates to the 8th ult. A letter has been received from Queretaro, at Vera Cruz, dated as late as the 25th ultimo. The preparations for the assembling of the Congress ^ere going on smid the greatest excitement, and the factionists and aspirants for the! Presidjency were flocking in from all sections of the country. The party in power is understood to be in favor of peace, but being hemmed hi1 by so many factions, aspirants for power, weife too timid to move boldly in the matter. ',-, On the &5th, seventy-one members of Congress weref. then in the city, and several others on the way:, so that it was believed there would soon be sufficient to open session and commence the transaction of the vitally important business, involving the existence of the n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

TttEt NATiQNlLI EitA WASHlNtfTON OltY, MdrBIcjr 6V COLtjSlllA. t3. BAtUBT, Editor j JObHV 6. wniTTiER, Corresponding Editor L. P| NOBLE, PUBLISHER. The leading purpose |>f this journal Is, the discussion of^ the question of [Slavery, and the advocacy of the main principles of the Liberty Party. Due attention is given td Social and Pohttcal Questions of general; importance; nor are the interests of a Pure, Literature overlooked. . i ! I It aims to preserve a\faithful record of important events; of inventions or] discoveries affecting the progress of Society!; of public documents of permanent value; ,and, during the sessions of Congress, to present such reports of its proceedings, as will convey a correct idea not only! 0f its action, but of its spirit and policy. Tho debates-on the exciting subjects of $lav£ty arid the Mexican War, expected to arise in the next Congress, will occupy a large share of its columns. I - Arrangements have been made for extending and enric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

UNION MAGAZlk, . 1° * |. s,inpa!iL&SPTERRi» msm ^aw. ¦ BOATED BY)! f- "- Mrs. C. 31. KJRBaXAJID, actuor or I i " A NEW HOME,'y ; "FOREST LIFE,,,&c. AND FILLSD WITH | i Contributions of the, most Eminent Writers of the Qountry. \ Tb« Second Volant tommenert with Ihe Jaaaaary JXmnb.r, IS4S. At the conclusion' of the first [half-year of the Union Maoazi.ve, the Publisher feels impelled to make some acknowledgment of bis sense of the favorable reception accorded to it by the public. Its success has certainly; been unprecedented; and:while it may be pardonable to ascribe this in part to the merits of the work, it may not be denied that public goodwill and kindness hate been abundantly demonstrated. The pressjin j»U parts ofjthe country, has given its voice liberally and heartily in favor of the new aspirtnt. ] To flag alter this, would be dishonorable indeed. It is the hope of the publisher that the courage and enterprise which belong to success will be found rather to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

£ ~ " " r : ! ' l t • v:y.&amtnfktr0&r19\-9ql^tOi o/.-s 1^ureu anc«%fan efW frSm4h^rpm5i* w Court lii and for the CoQntybf Susqueriariio*^ | o,nwdirected.flshall.expojeQlio,;{PMBlW§ala>a ¦ ¦ by vendue, or out-cry. on "F^idaV \hT3Utifay"8 of December ij 6rii'6-fcldck in^eM!rftbrJD% «c4f'!J the premises!|>.hereinafieT idescfifteil !*Mclhe*3: certain fafm!pcBsuet;efor. lotiifjaid. witrntte . lymgaridbemViriIhe fowhshi(l of WibuWiih^ said eounfy anU ^ibundedt'os fottewtito^wiK-sfes , Beginning at* *eech ixe^txif ndrtb^asttcirjjefsjj of land suryeyrd tp AbrdbBrW lilt, thence jKriljr by thesJiri•'lahd''we^-1^8-^ercBell8«, i , beech'.meptbeoca": «onb7l80; percbea JoslaK? po»W theiKW.B9Wjparjl.ir. byjautjssi^sexeMm „ George Haveriy BB.pexchea'iot Vst: thencelV by the sanie taiul p8outb=Wttegreea-'EiUPVS ¦> - perclies tv a |»js| ^.tltMfliUhfi^^tW, W«vetit|sfi# ~ SoMith-enst.furrier ;..^ience,,Sist 1^.perches, I and 8-10 hs'- of a percit'to "~tt'!post ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

m^&WTMii In Nicholson, Wyoming county, :2Jov. 18th, by Rev. 8. J: Gibson, Mil. Jofay Nivra, to Mjss Letta Gordisixr1 . Nfto QbbrrtCBrmtnts. FISH.—Mackerel No. 1, and first rate Codfish just opened and for sale by Dec. 1. | ; I - \fyLYQN9.-GROCERIES.-r-A frr-sh supply—Imperial Tea lor onty 62} c'ti*. Yijung Hyson as Chenp as you plense, . 12$ lbs. good Sugar for only one dollnr. Black Tea for those on. able to buy, gratis. Cull quick.. , , .[J. LYONS. HARDWARE. Crockery, end Glass Ware just opened and ¦ tor sale by if. LYONS. \]iy ANTED. Whent, Rye, Corn, Cats, BuT V T ter. Cheese, Flannel, BeesWnX, Tnllow, Old Rags, Pewter, Copper and Cash, for which the highest price will be paid. - J LYONS. TYIfZ* TOUNDBiT, ' 59 Gold,, corner of Ann street, New. York. THE subscriber is prepared to furnish h<ind» cast Type, arid Pi inter's MaterniU of all kinds, at short notice and on reasonable terms. Proprietors of newspapers, who have!not advertised lor the subscriber,'who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

E^PATrATIOS. Some visionary Protectionist of "the Middle States" writes an article in the Intelligencer, insisting upon the great importance of action by the coming Congress against the tariff of 1846, and for the restoration of that of 1842. He says: " The protection of our own industry against tbe competition which it encounters from abroad, is a cardinal principle of WAtg- policy, long professed, and which should be acted upon atleveryopportunity. In Congress, in the House of Representatives, the Whigs have a majority, and should use it to repeal the act of IZl-l&J and re-enact the law o/1842, with such trifling modifications as experience may dictate. |; It ia important that the people should understand that protection is not an exploded doctrine, but one to which the Whig party adheres as firmly as ever. It i£ true that the Sepateis' Democratic, and will not permit the act of 1846 te be repealed.,. This, however, should have no weight with the House hi preventin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

LetMr front Col. F. M. Wjmkoop. !' From the Penntylvsnlas, FraNcis W. Hughes, Esq., of Pottsville, to whom the following letter was addressed, has kindly placed it at our disposal.. It expresses the franjt opin^n* of » gallant soldier in phrase so direct as to I prevent all misconception.. A perusal ;6f it will make out Federal friends Regret thb: course they have pursued, and rejoice the hearts of every true lover of our country—, her'glory arid her institutions: Col. W. was a " Whig" at home—but the conduct of the leaders and the organs of the Federal party in this " aid and comfort" of the enemy, has been so claririgljf unpatriotic, that it has converted him into a good Democrat, while abroad—a patriot he has always been, as his conduct fully proves: .: dirit of Perote, Sept. 9, 1847. My Deau -Sib ;-i- Having a- little leisure from iny daily occupations, and remembering warmly and freshly several acts of kindness towards me, it gives mo pleasure to nddress you, knowing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

*¦ •¦ ¦ i -..j - ¦-¦ i > - ¦ •¦•¦ ¦¦-—' "aflse Pirrt Steamiltliv. ! J aOWmialTaTs The fint Atlairitio steamer was the Savannah, CapLRogera, built at New. York. She was 300 tuns-burthen, ship rigged. Her engine was 70 or 80 horse power, low pressure. She, proceeded from fthi* port to Savannah, whence she sailed in 1S|9 for Liverpool, making the passage in 22 dlys. In passing the Irish coast thw aaoke and steam from her chimnies gave hey the appearance of a ship on 4re, and vesaela were despatched from the Cove of Cork to hejrrelisf. Frdfo. Lrrerpool she went to Copsmhagen, StocibplBt, St. Petersburg, and Ari nodal, making tit* voyage from the latter port (la Norway) hick to Savannah in 25 days. . .,.. Crowned baadaiainisters , officers of state, ire., wisissd her. aad.-valnahle tervict* of plate, jew elry, ske., were |>reientcd to her officers.. 8k» tabeeqn^ntly made a voyage to Con-¦ twtinop je and back; being the-first steamer that traversed i%e Mediterranea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

.. , ihd above Quotation in aslrong,^ -puhy aentiince, tellajthe whole slorv. Invalids, Z pr»i.c-,p)(.-U|foirw|,ich v„o art cored may ji«fe-kn»» .« y.qU.;b.it!Uife rcsul) of a U)ll of ihe;»?licle(jl -( ™ iaclqrv ; you are, restored, and ihe secret of ihe cart remains Willi the prrJprietor. ThoMedicirieis*e»rv jwund <if:2adiatiiic^ vegnablt agencies; eaeh oWi. vidual rnuthas lis o>n particular, cxcloaive, mediciaf properly," conflicting with no other compound.. acli root drakes its own cure—and as »-perftcl*oia bination, when taken into the system, it does the work winch nature, when her laws were first 'esttblislw intended; n should do—pur/fit; itrtngthtmi. aod„I »/ore< ihe, broken down, debilitated consiiiau,,,^" l>Ro»»r. mall its characters, will be complete!.er»0 iculed from the sysiom by its use. See pjmphltui» agents' hands, fur free circulaliiin—Ihev treat u»D all diieatiu. and show tcalimnnr of cures. Gjitcl and all complaints of the urUian/orgui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

Susq'a Academy. THE Winter Terrn of this InstlmthM *H» cornmtnee on Wednesday-toe lbidayrf Durerriber mx{, under the charge of A I. ?!'- / EL. A, B., Graduate from Madison Universi- ' yr.-Hfc.Y,;.. , -,-J: . ,.: -• . Tuition fa* (inarter. VVriting^l^ii(lirrg ;6rIbograpbv,:Ruuitrienl3tf Arithmetic, Geography and: £ngli*h Gn»> .. -P}ak-V-,.; i ¦ .-It.-r.',- • i-i ¦ • j v;.-;,'..- K',.,-!«- l3 -^ La.iin Grrjiinmar atij:Lt-ssoiis,'Chemistry,'. TKildsopTiyfBatahy^ lidgic-'rili)Rhetor-'' •. i»c;>.M^i&i-^i-^ .i.r\....;>.«,;:>..>,.;,«!w , AlpebrwSitfveying^Oeom^try. Astronor M my: 'h-.*/. ,';'.;• .>[. .'¦;¦: if.-V f,v :J...: * * Lstiivsrid GfeekrGliiBsiea; and French, 5 ^ i^or'der-.fif^flojlrd,,?,....;-,,.. .,.,«-, -j rMAtrbsfc' -Wov;:S;t847i"F "*&•< ¦ < ¦ ¦ saaasitaxfaai^; &m&a&*& ' vai!''i,ri \ia|p|Gi::; '^v HpilE Mis*e< Btsskts bslva ihe pie**i«> X 'aifiiounce t6s ibu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

SsWaSaTmsSSjasssmsjsjsssjsjajasjassj^^ ' , ^m^:&^$*> i >,m_^ THE GREAT, MDY ^ iQlltt ' i^lC^ ii Ci^^'i VfiGfiTilHilsi PHYSA^THIlipi€ MiLS. T. -- - ^^ j^ft l ;,; -i-u, . HE Proprietors take itHis method of making known in Ihe world ihe most i aluable and im. pnrluiil discovery ever recorded iu the history of med. icine. ~~ . ' ! - i : ,| '¦' In testing by chemical experiment, the. medicinal properties of a rare plant, which grows along Ihe banks of Ihe Wapsepiniemi River, in IoWsj! Ihey dis covered, that it possessed s.healing and restoring.pow. er, which, iu llieir opinion, in'combination with other remedies, the result of their medical researches,"Would render it * i - .¦. . ' I GB4WD CATBOLICOK) for a suffering world. The remedial powers of Una plant were tested with Ihe leasi.jpossiblc delay, and in hundreds of instances, they proved fully adequate to the complete and perfect renioval o^ disease in any and every form, and it is coiiliddnily believed that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

" W&W COOBS :' NOW'oneniiig and will be ftilrl cnV-np by ¦In ' j, ¦ ¦ \J.qrON8. WANTED^&OOO Vda fFlnhnk—Socks, . &c. ,. i, | J.- QYONS. ^PHi5-. ,'|. ¦-., - f -a: ' | ¦ : -¦ ¦. NO MONOPOLY IN THE] TEA krRADE A Lot of the PJekin Tea Cbrfipany"* Tens, also, other ijeas at a oheafjer rati. Just opened und lor, sale by .^ 1 J. L. ~~T ~t A.pi*i|. -| .* GOOD wrilipg paper at t^4 ct«|«nd lettei paper at 10 cts. per quire. Frr >ileby I J. | Lyons. A SPLENDID lot ofNewr|nd Cheap Goods jut opened and sellingl rnpidjv nt the store ol i,-,-': ;|; :- .};.;; - A ^ l,^,.. . — j ; 4 ;; ' * SUGAR,u Coffw, Raigns,! Indij|)„ Allum, Ci)pp«'ra's, Vi'lrol.DyoWbods, 4^. ihenp ai the store dl j ' 1 J. L. CA$HMER|E» Orlenn PJaids |iM;n.iitiB*, Alpiu-t-us'MerinOes Giii|hanis iftxl Pnrilg ; a good assortment con be lound utlhe cheap ?lore of - Ij, I , j i, - i JrlNE NEWlt-Eln-! AT HfcW YORK PRICES.^ La- iBH. BEX.FORD hak ma^4 »rrnnCemei.istiiiii the NEiV-VORK P.EKIV 1|EA COMP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

• J? LL'U. ' V ''" i Ml\ _ ' ''• J\mexc Goods!' ^^JJBisabfcrlber.i* now receiving.a^eoeral . assortineni of -j > IfAtfAl WTOHOODS, whrfflimilibe soldfor cash as cheap »s.fan be t*ughj,in rioflbern Pcnngylvariiii, FrieTids, ci)stiHrners»,one pml all, pleas^ accejt my tbamS for"your very liberal.patrontgt rfuring the fast jreilr. and Remember' that sot '1>'"P in rriy Imn will be furnished you nn ihe (irincip'tf df "Live und lei liva" Reedy fey and swudl profits. is our motto. All kinds of produce rt*cptvpd in pavmpnt. r, EDWIN TIFFANY. Blpoklyn. Oct. 10ib, 1847. WA!VTED~<>Butter, Bp*«wnx. Flaxseed, Dried Apples, Furs and Poultry by ,i| 'E. T. . -i r t . ^*|iOADCLOTriS, Cnssimeres, SutrneitV DiiStweeifs, Jeans, Vesiings aad W inter Goods now selling by ~ E. T. —lii—,—:—j ^— * — BLACK- Striped, Plaid nnd various colored IrMiraraa. Colored Ceteelines; Cushmeres Jenny Litid, Oregon Plaid und E»rle8i"n Ginghnn&al . TIFFANY'S. I'ii '', ' " ¦ ... i i, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 2 December 1847

',X:l' "'Ht-wfiobils.'" '..."'/.:.;• ;^.N'BW'£0^J, 8J::T.1 H *'' saWaVW; ' s^r^Ri TiP ^'.receiving a' tjery ' extensive assxirtmenlof ' ' ;*" STAPLEcr FANCY GOODS,, , for the Fsl and Winter ; trade, which hej J» offering at a smftll advancQ frbn> cost. An his stock wtll be found a full assortment of Dry Goods, irjcluding a splendid selection of Ore.* Goods, Clockings and Sflawls, coosisting, in pari ol Rich Cashmeres at SS cents and upwards.. , Muslin de Lnines at 16 do do Black and Plaid Alpaccas. 1 Mohair and Gala Plaids. ;¦ Bairn rich twilled and plain English and .French Ginghams, nhd an extensive assortment of new Calicoes from 3 cents and upwards. Rich Brochu. Wool net, California Plaid, and Rob Roy Shawl*. Ac, i . ,| i . Also, »» heretofore, « large assortment of Gsoetniw, !¦ CaociKir, » Hiww.rt-* I«om& ^TttL, Nails, - PitiiTSi Oiis, . MmtciKit, Buffalo Roses, Sta., to which bS wnujd invite the attention of purchasers, arid w.hich he is determined to sell ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 16 December 1847

PISIDBrt JAMES If, POLK, j TIIE AxWaL MESSAGE 7~ ] :' or ¦ Fellow Citizens Qj the Senate } and House of Representatives: Tho annual meeting of Confess is always an interesting event. The Representatives of the States and of I the people come fresh from' their-constituents ^ take counsel together for the common good,. After an existence of near three-fourths of aicentury as a free and independent Republic^ the Problem no longer re--mains to bo solved, whether man is capable of self-government'. 3 Tbe success of our admirable system is a conclusive refutation of the theories of those i» other countries who maintain that " a favoped.few" are born to rule, and that the mass of mankind must be governed by force. Subject trf no arbitrary or hereditary authority, the people are the only sovereigns: recognized by ouf Constitution. Numerous' emigrants of evely lineage and language, attracted by the civil and religious freedom we enjoy, and by out happy condition, annually crowd to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 16 December 1847

the future, ftithdrtoj Mexico has refused all J accoramodarion by wljich such a peace c<*M j be obtained. , * .*• l i "Whilst our armies lave advanced from vie- i tory to victory, from tfie commencement of toe. j war it has alwavs be|n with the olive-brancn , of peace intheic'hands; and it has been m the ; power of Mexico,-at eyery step, to arrest hostilities by accepting its , . One groat obstacle to the attainment of peace has, undoubtedly, arisen from tlte fact,) that Mexico has been; so long held in Subjection by one, faction <fr military usurper* after another, and, such hai been the condition of ^ mseeffi^TnWhich-Jlieir successive^ -Govern^ - ments Jiave,been placed, that each has been doterreWTrom making peace, lest, for this very ca*a^».rwalfacUon|aa^tat^p^Aijfrom-powv •no, Such was tho fafe pf president; Herrera's mdadnistration iaAMpt for.:beingij!aisposed e-TenJto listen to ihe| ; overtures-otltbo United States to prevent, fch'lr war,; as, is fully confirm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 16 December 1847

Montrase, T^l^^.p ^M , ^^ Democratic sttdjbg Committee. The last Den()er | io bo.*WionT of Susquehanna Count,, |p0inted|; the kUowi Standing Commit^, the [nsuin _ Jearj t0 wit:— * *| U i Thomas JoiiNsori ^i'TroW Wm C^abd, -. AmSsaChU. ' R.J.NivE.N, - TlTj,8 Smith, jr..< AMOSVVILUAM,, ¦¦ , A JllJiD Joxes,, BbnJ. C.LIDDEX, Wm| j TtJnBEliL J. H. Dimock,. ,Ed ^in TlFFAN.r. There will be a mce |6g of tne above named Committee at D. D. fleer's fiHotcl, in jfontrose, on Tuesday the $a da| of December,' instant. A punctual aitejidance of aUfthe gentlemen named, is desh-jd;', ? . THOS. JtakoN, Chairman. Dec. C, 1847. "" 't; 1¦

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