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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 February 1849

9 ?2 PTCTHLf A STRUGGLES OFA MAN OF GENIUS The struggles of an American in England asre- lated bv himself in a letter to the late Hon. Dion II. Lewis. We have no reader who will notsym pathiso" with the sufferings of the writer and feci a pude in his eventual triumph: Studiw Enjr. Aug. lo 1318. MvDnvn. Sir: I should have written soon cr but that I hail nolliing pleasant to saw reached London nn the 1st of January lcU7 without tnnnny or fiietids which uas just the thing I desired when I left Ainriica and lust the tlnn:: 1 aisurc von l will never desire again. 1 commenced operations at once on tuc Rupposition that in this overgrown citr. could at least enh-t one man. Ittt F.ngluh- men arc nit Atnci leans. An Englishman will advance any amount on an absolute cer- tainty hut no half a penny whcie there isthe slightest iisk ll lie got the whole world hy it. I spent the first live months looking (or this man witli unparallellcil perseverance and industry living for less tlianthiec pence p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 February 1849

tV. '&XgL 'h V T & -'"&. 5.' -1 rw? - mnr Eras fiSHfc. t. ff & rH&S A 83Sl S9i- SrS& f3 " 6 Wjb ttTO rv Hr w art Es ra ml 31 rx 9U ffl m JQPt k h u m q w a tf - 3 8 I f i .ft If h mui EJtwuigtretigv.wM. ' - CHARLES DE MORSE VOL 6. IRKA! CT TK I'RlNTEIt. j""aa a I!! prime of Winter time ? ? When in his room a punier sat K cvre-v ora rcun sad old; Vj:!' iojk ?o meektaa hedid seem j A sheep xvnliiHU - fuM! " jA iachitA.'tioi v man was he fr ."Vs evct tr.'d ihc soil; "JsifSsnai icsura had he inlas life St --..JVc It wi ono uf toil; 2if i draly hurol the primer's lamp 5 "Fcr whx' It -wanted oil! -fc- He ki.if d his Urid upon his hand i"- Mis TBind vis-. il' t eisc And while ihipufh many a broken pane In rushof" tin horrid breeze; "Willi esger kwk he read a book Thai laid upon hs knees. "Ant! still he mad nor u.raed ti head. To hear ibe shatter Sf.p 4$ . Out lik: tocar niarhlo statu; teamed 'h -4$-So iTiOt.r ue-n he sat; S-Slush fjsti'-.'j ir.ado h.ira Tcry pile !'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 February 1849

&.. fiO-rr t -v-e? CSIiM i.iK"JT-.r )rs. ?-yr"i """We. 1!fc.'i"-'t5i' jrt"f ' - .? -iSPi 1 .JP." -i?.ts.-.rFtBsi"" ' " ' -1- II I' r-i .. i -j-- i- rszr-az-r -.-& - v-. - swssrrs& :ww . r -v feJS-S - mrr $ - . TV I fgi ii i T f ' mmWWMM 1 m MiJ r. g- -v . " y ft ?&- . Zg&i -w: - i jf-z .r-j:3. vfe- VJr -fMfcTL I- SKiW -sm? - -'!iaHf 3- !Z ' Hf n:iiWihBer.aAi Sajkh's'Eoi AWFUl. AND FATAL fe EOARD OF AN IRISH! SEVENTY-TWO LIVES )0jiesdn sennight fDcc. 5j) reports racned Liverpool of a terrible--loss "bT iife reached Liverpool ol a tcrriuie-ioss ot winch Iid occurred on board ol the steamer Londonderry plying between Sligo and this pott anjJr though the first accounts were Htrangely "incorrect and horrible yet when t!ietruth"bepnieikaoyfiJt was -.shown that the. Joss ot life had been rather understated; while though no actual crime had been com mil ted the details of the true relation were not the less harrowing and distressing than those of the fabricated story fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 February 1849

M !; Si5iLr t - -- -- j i SSftfiKSapSf sSR 3 v - - - L Ate. Ix ur ' IJSV'. r. Z& mMW J'" 'Z" i!i?sa!xsspiimaxsixs!:ssJi&istr - " u. MHII ThojiifS)kfatithe. A'?:wii: !&y5 enqaannealfevilesr-fromheytilvj on if -tr - Ti.jf a.i '..i k :: c t. -.. .- UUl UIIDi s 'ordered to aHrmmstcr Iho'Iast sacred Hflit3 of Ihe church were cTfosYtCfrom Ihe highest digui-J tartes. - - - The unhappy couple were duly confessed and'hortible as it""tnay appear the unborn child was kaniiscd In the bosom of the mother. Gutincz.camc out pale and shrinking Cam-1 i!a firm; at the first look he fainted; she J gave a cry so heart-rending that one of the attending priests was carried olt in a swoon. She. however soon roused herself and ad - droning her recovering .companion reminded nun 01 meir lovo ana inuii"n in me eves 01 .. -i.i r i it i c !- .1 nmn if miivnf lip Kintul tnr hifl l:tifh in imp goodness nnd justice of God. and soon they Wlic- Iast eekin our editorial capacity wc would meet in a better...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 February 1849

;5SJ!!"-'lwfc--yv - .- -- s---a .-aacrafcxiAKjjt'ijMrj'---m--ipMyTfe.m8 mza Iff SEEINC THE ELEPHANT. . Thebrigin of this now common expres- sive phrase is thus described in one of our western papers. A few'yearsincs at one of the Phila- delphia Theatres a pageant was in re- hearsal in which it was necessary to have an elephant No elephant was to be had. The "wild beasts" were all travel- ling; and the property man. stage direc- tor and manager almost had firs when they thought of it. Days passed in the liopelesj-task cf endeavoring to procure one but at length Yankee ingenuity tri- umphed as indeed it always does; and an elephant was duly made to order of wood skins paint and varnish. Thus far the matter was all well but as yet they had found no means of making said combination travel. Here again the ge- nius of the manager stage director and' property man "stuck out." and two of 'the stipes" were duly installed as "legs." Jfed C ' one of the true and genuine "b'hoys" held the respo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1849

STANDARD ;r-aBf f 8 CHARLES DE MORSE. lo.Vk siLvtt. ourl baxxer brave the breeze -the standard or tub free. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. CLARK SY'ILLE. RED IttVER COUNTS TEX A S5 SATURDAY FEBRUARY i7 1S49. NO. 41. MWuiK m "" . 5aj2 ' "- "M'-ia" ife" -ETfA Rmi w-'sr m m ' T HI ll 11 K I H V H ll 1 XI l ' Jil'U JLI 1 II JLJ Ai 11 $ o c t r ii THE LAST SLEE. What ! is the lady sleeping? no loo pale Is that while slumber fur the dreaming hours : Too curious are the foldings of that veil. Andtoounmovcd that wreath of fragrant flowers She licth like a statue white and cold Like the soft marble of some sculptured column; une long wacKiiair sweeps uow ii m maiy ""! j . i . : .. r.:t.i i .; O'er the high brow wan. with Death's 1 : luint nml ' "." " - solemn. This is not sleep for sleep retains the life That gives the image to the troubled dreaming Willi all day's feverish cares and fancies rife; Around the flushed and uncpiiet pillow teeming. But these are over here the cold clear check...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1849

.ua3g& f ''ti' . f BMMMtBaWPfOMWW53ygWMaMpWPM"'g!"MMMgyB .". (tsfegn-lJit'dfjifs f gfteDAfs i.Afcj RRIAIP.FTHJ - . CvMS -. 4.. Aiidit iutei.v ABHffrrfZKiWiuYoioS- IYic Cio- - -$&? . .Boston Jan. 10m. -niefljtf 'Slaif Steamship America nr-j 1lVfBimmspwiT.-.ofly;-; wringing -icn-unyn 'IftternicHigence jTrom; nil pails of .Europe than-recVivebV'by the Washington having sailed on the 3Jili tilt. 'The news. is intcres- TingJutiiot;ofoiusnnl. importance; i The Cbolera'ltad increased in'Londori nd !ScotlBfMtamcDUtiiiucd.bal.in both phtccs t tupto;jho sailing ofthe .steamer. JJouis Napoleon was inaugurated on thsr ' 2ls-.Decwbcr. Paris continued tranquil " .Md.Bojfislurbancea seemed lo be appuhen- j."Tho'nfiairs".of Austria Italy and Spain rc-j imained in jtlaluquo. Thc demand for money in England had slightly increased andiuuds. rose considcrn- 'bly. The stuck of bullion in the Bank of WMXIMWi0rfMrfMM THE STlftDXRD DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL AJtrocniiax EQUAL RIGHTS PRNCLPLES BE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1849

-tf - p- ljf" -- ufays.VAn5eir7.'j xseitrtK J?2?7S?s'?!fJ?!5ririS V T TI - - f - .... 1 ..-. . N 1 11- t . . 1 .fc-jV vil.'M irrom .iic.a-wva. i .- jw.iiv.j lijLiMaiMiiA'jveer. eL'&ion; ior'Di'imlv - '.IflHiffin tidn .smn-l HKTUnN:DFTIJE'.STOMEa - I' M L.uua4.uCiv'tM:.ii& inu. b' sou of tiw . '--! .. 'I lrticLjr.W.rab..jli' " -. 1 broth?' if i.v' Joe atcamsi'iplalcoii Cir-'. 5 hnmp.v.n 5 ri".' of fVnin . f ! t n-unei. Were- : fcri-ivoii at thi pi.rt nf. nn curly hoif oa Tues- -j. ia ' '" da-. Shis left Clin-iew or t!io -evenin-; nfi n .!i.i;iLI.."!rte u ll'.-itl fho t ;. .1 n.ru.il llit. Tt:ils. sua! A i .. - : . .....'...-... ....... ..w . .... - ...... -.w. . . .. 'JGRA..N V I TLJB J.E W I S -2kS '.ITTORXE YM T LA W. January 3ljf 1S-I0 Tai5. 39 ly F'tuiurnc; Geu! ArrJlu MR" - - " V J tlcttr-s?Lar Jeroma Bviupnrtf oa-Ri:; wJStii&Jm ivhis sia Napoleon and i TrinnA..l.ini.. 7a!iift&W. ill opniwill-jll t'i i 'U ail) 1 M. en lilt: lli." She brin ph-spiit-crs" Mr. Foster...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 February 1849

MiafrgCTcadSaMMdJi! u ' muuiuw THE' CHOLERA. As everything relating to llns disease in ' view oflhe probable spend through our coun- try becomes deeply interesting wc note whatever new facts wc find Tn our exchanges. The" Pennsylvania!! gathers from a London IMedicnl Journal some facts relative to the progress of the disease which we "have not before seen in print. The Medical Jour- nal referred to says it lias no proof of the existence ofttu: Asiatic Cholera eailicr than the year 1817. Tin re had been recollections of an epidemic which burst out in the midst of an assemblage of Pilgrims in Central In- dia about the year 177:2. destroying thou sands and scatlenn!i the rest; uut it may Imvn lif on ilm Pl.-irmc Our first exact knowl- ed nf the Cholera was in the disense which traversed England about fitteen years ago. Slowness regularity of movement and ec- centricity of directum formed the character- istics of its progress It commenced in May 1317. in the Delta of the Ganges slowly o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1849

WfllHm.lWyiN lllf LIJIMLll j.JUil-Mmo;jJfJ-m-llg.U.li ! I Lt. .-.IIMm J..LXU.- "- B nuiru I JJIIK.1 HTll-HimmJUAJ......J...- !' J '" 11':nilirafT"t'yi.lJll'"lJJ""iL'" .""- '" .JuiWjir'---j-M! CHARLES DE MORSE. i-o.vfi shall orn. II.IX.YER URATE THE UREEZETIIK STAXDARD OP THE FRE& EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. G. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1319. NO. 42. p o c t v ji THE SEAMSTRESS. The following lines arc from the pen of James 11. Jaowcll the Boston poet anil possess quite as much undeniable truth as eloquent poetry . Hark thai rustic of a dress Stiff with lavish costliness : Here conies ore whose checks would flush But to have her garments lirus-li :Oainst the girl whose fingers thin "Wove the weary broidery in ; And in midnight's chill and murk Stitched her life into the woik ; Bending backward'from her toil T.ct her tears the silk might soil ; Shaping from her bitter thought Jleart's-casc and forget-me-not; Satirizing her despair With the emblems ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1849

1 Enquirer cemtains the fallowing as tlio present dreadful condition of I fc IRELAND. The London correspondence- of the "Cou rier and I regard's lri-lnnd. "Never was the staff of Irish life the po- tato planted more extensively than during this vcar and never has it hcenmore utter- ly dcstiovcd. Starvation is staring in the J face of tlic people with a deadly glare that appeals to the hearts of the bravest. Their i wordly means were already well nigh c.v hausted by three successive failures of the i-arth to yield its increase and now this ' fourth won is enrrvin" them to the very verge ' of despair. The little energy that long and A DEMOCRATIC lvK l'l'liUCAN JOlltXAh wenrv vcars of oppression had lelt the pco THE STANDARD .I4H'nliiis EQUAL H I GUTS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AND OPPOSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOLIES CLARKSVILLE: SATURDAY. FRI1KUAP.Y24. IS in Our Paper Ihii ivcrli. We omh very niaiiv intcrcstiii" items brought bv tile huiiner is fast paralyzing. Industry lias fled; employme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1849

-mM-i.uj. v Tb cDnlchmnu'riSon THE DUTCHMAN LCSCT1I HIS EOC AM) S1KGETH. Oh vare! and oh rare! Hash tcr lcctlc toggy gone' Oh! vare! and oh arc! Can ter raschal tog pc gone' He's gone until tcr uvel Hcs'c gone mil him I feat ; He may ye on pig sassagc Mine tog oh teat! oh tear! Oil! vsrc' and oh vare' Can ter yallcr tog ne gone! Oh. v are! and oh rare! Hash tcr schoundrel tog pc gone' I ood she von goot tollar To him xsh tells to me Vare I can lint tcr toggy Or show s me vare he pe. His park vas full ov musluck It goes just like ting tong His cars vere cut off short His tail as cut off long. He trsh'd to true tcr scluckcns And say to tern pow-wow; But hc'sli gone unto the dickens Vy! here comes Schnappo now! Oil vare' and oh arc' Hash tcr gooj-for-nothin' pecn! Oh vare! and oh vare! Can tcr rashcal toggy peen' I ttnk hc'sli nccn koon hunting I tink he's goot for koons Cause terc's tiothm' else hc'sli cool for Under ter stars and moons. Come here you von tain wagabonc! vere you pecn....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 February 1849

CALIFORNIA. From Captain Folsom's letters published tit the Washington Globe wc extract the fol lowing items ofintercst. From all that I can learn as to similiar de- posits of gold elsewhere. I believe these to be the richest placer mines in the world. 1 am satisfied from pctsoual obsei ration that active workmen can get from $-13 to $10 per day estimating the gold at $l(!pcr ounce troy. Many instances arc known of per - tons having obtained Irom S500 to S 1 1'UU in a day for each man. I am meeting per- - ' . " . Mills daily in tins place who hac tiecn an- sent less than lime mont is anil have tc- tiitiio.l ivlili IV. i. s I) 11 in c.1 .1)1)1) iii "old dust. While am Tug' the mines I collected a large number of facts from which the fol- lowing are taken at random as a specimen: Temptation to Rohticrs and Assassins. In llic solitary recesses of the Sierra Nevada arc litttle clusters of men with nothing but the trees lor their cov oi nig and no protec- linn but their own vigilance and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 March 1849

Esa n II ES823 V l.rti iri E2-. rm w- -t -r .n-i2oEzsv M'aV-r'"csriTrv .-jr --jajg-'na3a.iri ..! RLijyHg ' S223a SS53g ?9 lS - i fF& w gz& wm & &BfP Ei gi (jtu y tA M m Id I g til I Ja JLeA rkl Jail j j i ( vm r trsa ki s" rn uj c e.y. hfi ..f fyt iti r-sss tas sa ess iJ &';' fifen ess sea Eisa fl Kg. cs -sa CHARLF.5 DE MORSE. VOL. G. w i in ijijni.nMiinaumgnas i.ovt. sji l!.!. t i uivvKii u;i .-.-.: tiil. Jiitr.K-zr. rm: sr vp h;i i' ; ;-. i k; EDITOR & ROPR!ETCFi. CLARKSVI L 1. L II K D It I V ERCOU X T Y TEXAS S A T U II 1) A Y l A KUIIil 1 tf I I). N O 4S. & OX LUXOl.NC; A l'CXCU-UOWt- CV O. XV. HOLMES. From the G.ilvciluii .Vein of Feb. 1st. FKO.M BKAZOS SANTIAGO. The sdiioner Sur Cant Paiker from ! Brazos Santiago on the '-Kith i:lt. arnved it tolls of guoJ yesloiday. The latest number .l til" 1' lag eceivcii tv tills- arrival is u.ueu .lauunry ' 1 7l!: This ancient silver bowl of niinc- old times Of joyous .Says ami jolly nights suit mciry uiw. Tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 March 1849

. u:-.r.jy ; j?i n i- i.dists of voui l.uijswli.ih vour tncmoi 1 u.ablohi!y. . . .... -'.v-iiri:is I .e '"""" aru ! -"j f wnatcr u.-i.tnce and : ..-re .... .-. tu.si.lps ill .sc ...atioi.al ehaiaoter. u hi. - ill PMIPH-He louic " ......... tint ! -ii'ppmg require! Ik vond the 1-lhinus or Rol mci chant ot an xanlv Lc iiii :nlihliu:i..l amn' t.. eomi.Icte a vovng. The New Y turns. Again: Is it 1:1 the Ipstoiy of the woidwhctc iiid.v idual eiitcipiirc has -ought a wilderness ol such magnitude lor lhe in- i e-linciit of capital? If tlic Cf) ei iimotit i- the largest ri-pipicut of the benefits of this gigantic national woik if : she thoioby adds laigclv to her post olhco receipts hy lhe transit 1 loieign lillcr- il she saves laigc- lor in-iiy in her o'.vn mail eon-.iaits winch . . .1. i... JminliMrancili. either Lo.igri-s may dele nunc 11 sue ins her S-tJU'CI. I I i M ... Init it -ii'il '111111 tinu ivtiiiK :iml 111 till 1 1 intK tC M.i.i tif.-flltl. Lit "IL. Ji'' "" '"' I' - " ' . ini4....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 March 1849

ZSZSS as3 grounds studded with evergreens anJ other orna- J Fiir.N-cii Pr.r.sun.VTiAi. Election. '1 he menial trcs and shrubberies lastilv arranged un- j following is the fm?l state or the poll as ail- ilvou -ct near the base of the building w here uiressed by the Committee ot the Assembly t" " e . . . . . ! firt to the Momtciir: Toa assend by a flight of stone steps to lb. fir' ;Nlllnbcr f)f voter9 ;n le L.jghty-six depatt- tloar. Tool upanoiher flight ot steps and yoa arc j mL.ts )t ;IK.umn .vjgicrs 71 l!.i71 looa ushercl inl) :!ie rotund i which U very large ; Xuitibcr of votes expressed 7.1CGJ.VJ -i.. ne hundred feel in diameter and of great .Majority ni ol"s expressed. .i.i.i heightb; d.-corated all around with paintings and j minvnf vv'iich I greatly admiral liore tatues as large as life u Ws11lv.ii IViisi making his treaty under tin forest tree iviiii the Indians Cornwaliis delivering h'ssw or 1 to Washington i very pretty and ira?-si'i; pai ttug reprcs? ifing the Pilgrims at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 March 1849

.AJv: i uziacsjaje.m"gJSJ -at a jcts-aft THE CELEBRATED t.i.nI...i....W..r....l.l.tt..U i '...l'.l..Vll i-'Oi SALE BY I. OiliO LEG1S1. l'b'illi IN rillillsriNU Lo.xijo.x- Xovl.muek 30 1SSS. SCIN2. "i'his mighty inasn of almost cveiy shape . inaj'irilv of the joint committee of the shade ami condition ofhiim.m life docs not Ohio Logislasuio haw repotted that Foul is j ccni a .. -inking coutiast in any thing clecled Governor The icpo.t was 'pt-'; ihail ; t!ie Cl)Mlio.i. of the two poit.o.i unud much " nm-e and cmiiiision ol which . .- i .1 r 11 ..r ..... ... t ... il... i. iiiiMx- (known in London patlaiico.as the I) csl l.iul vve lind the f.illoiuu; accoum in ine papiis. i On the adnntioii of the loaoit the Sneaker 'ami the E.tit End. A dc-ciiptioit of tin: one rose and declared Mr. Fold duly elected (.- WOhi serve to indicate tin other for all that i TliC WS'iWii'aJjei'fV Vii:;el::Ml: 2iII' pernor of Uhm. While thi-aunmincoi.'.ent was being mule whirh was d.me in the midst of tteiii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 March 1849

CHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. G. I.O.Yfi SHALT. Ol-Il BAX.VKU HltAVE THE imr.E7.K-Tlf E STADARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLK RED RIVE R COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y ' MARCH 10 1SJ9. MH-'--zJu: J.'-.. i'Vcwi the Texas Tmns ST A XX AS. IiT II. f. JIATTIIUWSOS. Ilir early dreams of good omstripp'd thr truth Ar.J troubled rnaaliOoiI folluwM 1-afilcd youth. Dyuci:. AIss! that Youth its rapid flight skunld wing Kro wc but scarcely feci its magic sua v. That early dreams which to the laroinry eittij. Recall but hr.cs that noir in ruins lay : That nature's fairest gifts so soon decay That beauty's loveliest smiles so soon i!ep:ut. That passions lead the mind so oft :isti:.j. And cares and grief so nit corrode the heart. fn early days whsn rature's artless child. I rtiara'd " alike unknowing and unknown.'' Thro-"p!caitig scenes upon the lnoauiain wild With my dear Psiirhc for my guide alone. I cn-icd not the Monarch on his throne I never dreamt in shiver "d wrecks to sec My fondly c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 March 1849

i written order to Ilcm. Anson Jones Secre- tary of State to instruct the Texas minister resident at lhc court of St. James to propose a commercial treaty with the British Govern- ment providing for a peace with Mexico; but the boundary from the mouth to the source of the Rio Grande was to bu a "sine qua nun." When within a year afterward suddenly nnd entirely Unexpected in Texas the hopes of annexation were revived and its success almost certain. President Jones the success or of Gen. Houston and his cabinet sent the "projet" of a. treaty to Mexico tearing the boundary lo arbitration and containing the condition that Texas should ntrcr become annexed to the United Stales hut remain in- dependent. This tieaty was ratified by the Mexican authorities; aiid "with in-h-pritdence and peace trim an r ram r---..ntoH linforc the people of Texas simuitn- -. II if.. f. ..-...- ....... iipniilr "imirj.ii.vi and all its coniiigni- ric." Between these two issues the perple ordain aibitiatily the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 March 1849

. fTT ? dragoons. If thoso bewliis- kered and shako'd gentlemen are to make their commissariat and who never venture . pon n prairie wuuuui a. iih.-- "- -; .-nni. with savnees as well as did the ubiqui . ?.l- . I.?.... nilMa Will tous rangers who knew their haunts and hab- its and coma una mem wmium iinna;c.iii 1 1 1 .1 ...lal .a ...I..... .... I We fenr this is but a beginning of troubles the end of which will tut be- seen till the on- lv force which the Indians diead shall be em- . ulnvnd to checktheir continuance L- or reg ulars they entertain a hearty contempt. Bonhain Adt. F R A Is C E . neenraet iron. .. .-. . ...... London correspondent ot the .ch oru ivom . mcrcial Advertiser what is said in relation lo France. The letter is dated on the P-Jlli January: ! "Matters are considerable loss bright in C00d the places of the dlSDanOCU rangers u ii.u. uuimucu mm iuc tusi ui pinning iui. uiu ;. Jim ihev were astir. first session of thc 30t'i Congress under the We have but little hope...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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