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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1844

1 1 havo sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tlio Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1844. 'Yqpumc VHI. iViiiuIicr J50 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosiTis St. Paul's Ciiuncu, Main-ht TERMS : The COL UMJiM DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday viewing, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half 'yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Ccnts,if not paid within the year No .subscription will be taken for a shortei period than uix months fno'r any discon timtance permilted,unlil all arrearages are discharged. J11) VER TISEME NS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccinscrtions, and 'Twenty-five cents for every subse- iiuenl nsertion. fCiT.tf liberal discount made to those nifci&StrrliirgJiy the year ,w v ;y uuuresscifon vusincss,mus be post paid. POETEYo The Working i?2an. . KY X SIllt'lIAMC, When you behold a Whig of state, In gilded chnnol roll lun,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1844

from her dcalh-hko swoon. Sho thou related what sho had een, anil clung to the belief in tho reality of tho spectral visitation with such tenacity, that rea soning and soothing foiled lo cMin hei mind. Hefbro another day had dawned, fhe was raving in I lie delirium of a bran, fever, and' in ane week from her ill omened marriage, oho Was laid beside Jiim whoso spirit alio believed had sum' moned her to join him. The incidents on which tho foregoing pages are founded, aro literally true. That the supernatural visitations was the hfTinflnir nf .hi overivrounht imagination -i - .it t and superstitious mind, a real case or monomania, there can Do little uouot. Tho vagaries of an excited imagination nrn nriidileino results on Mormon and Millerites, quite as inexplicable to sober reason as tho calaslroplic oi memo ken Vow. "TJIUTH WITBOVT FEAll S.1TUU0.1V, iMVOUST it) mil. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES K.'POILK. VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE M. DAIXASo FOR GOVERNOR, HENRY A. MUHLENBERG Canal Commissioner....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1844

KIU GRAND DEMOCRATIC MASS MISETINC OF THE NORTH COUNTIES. Jl.1I,E. nv.VOCJl.7TS I Roily Hrcil.crn ! Rally Democrats from tlic itar of the North 1' Rally from iho pines ol gallant O.d Lycoming? Rally irom mo mils or JJarit ord and lr oil J to ga ! Rally your legions, Svsnuehanua, nnll (Hit younnnr Hisier IJ'vomiiitt. send 011 your forces 1 Wayne and Pikc;cn iron to your standard, rally your sons in the Nortl Country gathering ! Come'GM Northatnp ton, ami brtnt both of your daughters I woriiuimucriana loo, enmo with the ly ! J.uztrne, to the rescue I THE CONVENTION rum ,TVI MVSntnhln nl IV ilbnaliflnn mi llm ml. ... "! J august next, at 13 o'clock noon i our brclhern of all sections wo send Circling, and wo shall he glad to wclcom yon among us. The 'North Country,' ever Hue in the Democratic, lj.ittcs, will cattle on tl.ft fill, iti nannm fl ........ I.- ! mi. win hi t;w;i.lill Willi ml null , IVI1QI II1HI0I I,.. ...Ill . l. u I. ..I I . nj oiiv iiiii (j,u in ui;i oinuuHifi ucarcis J'...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 3 August 1844

POETRY. Fort the Colombia Dkmockat. The people now are waking up, Ant! to the rest-no freely rally, For Harry ('Jay lias lost the day By liis free I rude and larifT sally; A nil ft nm the highest .'amis of Maine, To Louisiana's lowest, shore, The cry louder and louder comes, That'fie shall sell iheir votes no more. "Four limes he's tried for President, Hut has never yetuuereeded. The rcssotPs plain; for traitor like, 'Instructions he never heeded; '13 ut sold his stitoto Johnny Q. This case is plain as plain can he; And for that deed, the people said illo-would luose the Presidency. At brag he's played for many yenrs, Till lime has silvered o'er his head; lie cuiscd the speaker on the chair, When Uy him lie would not ho led; Hie showed loud for Tip and Ty, And lying promises he mado, Anil when by fraud they were gol in, eight on He quickly wish'd lliey both were dead Ls He headed mobs lo break the laws, And to abuse the President, 'Disgracefnl scenes of forty one, 'To them his aid w...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 August 1844

The Coin in Una "I have sworn upon the Altar of find, eternal hostility to every form or Tyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomis Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. BL.OOMSRURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 103 1844. Volume Till. IVumUcr 16o OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT . TIMES OF TAKING FOOD. orrosiTB St. Paul a Ciiurtcn, Main-st Naluro lias fixed no particular hour for TEPkXtS ! eating. When the modo of life is uniform, The COLUMBIA DEMOCIMTwill b(H is of great imporlanco to adopt fixed published every Saturday imrnmg, al hours; when it is irregular, we ought lo hp TWO DOLLARS per annum payable uil!cj by tho tca) wsnt8 of ho 8Vatcm as Trt otitto!nt!nn mill hfltnhcWfnvn ahnrri' ' .it ft 1HH..1I ill vnniiirn fnni nhtinMi mill 111 nrrrnr ncriod than nix montlist'nor am aiscon- ""i111 K-'i""" iaco '. . , ......i .... n ...... ...i I HELP YOURSELF. A TAI.n. On the hanks of the Severn, shorn half a mile from Worcester.there stand? .1... r i : i l.l..! ! t...,l C IHIUOl Ul d UIC...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 August 1844

i h,, heard ' w ihohaily reply surtictonl number lo carry them Into cf- with his messmates;' and Carr was cry ,i IZnl til or n .UrtnVng foci. The whole of this was effected in ing all the next day. T ?? 1 who were of one Thoy were then all called logo her IIopo for the bel, btM do ever re,, ' .,, .11 bains on bv Fielding, and an oath was odmitiis. . lime.ino iur wayYu .!.,., Ti, llfl(1 Inid execul on. . would uo as hearts, will perii". u..s . -nvn- , . . of ifitt ilin Worst .for wayward as well n-irvo nrinir a.i iu u iiaiiii vi i .., ..1..1.. ' I I U IIILI'l. VII .- "SLlS U.l?n.: J-n. gaVo way dr,l propped for tho tragedy .1.- ...:iii..n which Mr. Mason"' las 1 111- h r id ui n words were calculated to produce agreement "been or oorfowinu leek logether, they had no difficulty inhered to them on the Hiblo that they 11,1 o .1,1 U n.i t tt in In nun li it wtr Ittfn it I inn. iwumit uu u imw wmui nx Aniil was band of hrolhuis. It would appear, . 1 1 .1 . tti 1 1 1 .... ... but one howev...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 August 1844

When (ho bill fut (lie admission of Zoii siana into ll.o Union was before Congress in 181 1, Josiali Quitiry of Massachusetts, ihon a leading federalist, and now n con apicuouo Clay whig, piopliccied th'J follow ing : " If this bill passes, it Is my deliberate opinion ihut it is virtually n dissolution of thu Unior.. Thai it would free the Slates fr.ini llii'ir itifirsil O-blilaliollS a rill til Ut ilS It gM will bu ihe right of all.so it will bo llio duly 'JBf of miiiio definitely lu propose for separation amicably if they can loroibly u iliey IIIIISl." The same hind of prophecies are now tillered in nijiml to ttio annexation of Tex an. They will turn out aa they did in 1811 in smoke. SAGACITY OF A DOG. A curious instance of llio intelligence of n do" is related. The animal ticloni'eil to n celebrated chemist, who tried upon it the t'lltol of a certain poison, and upon the next lav administered a counter poison, wlneli had the- cll'cct of prnscrvinL' the poor crea lure's lifo. The ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 10 August 1844

i M. LAFITTE, The great Parisian banker, who recently flicd possessed of iminoniie wealth, rnso to fortune from an humble stntion ih life. A foreign journal by a late arrival rontains the following story of his first appearance in Paris: When M. Lafiltotamo to Paris in 1778 ihe extent of his ambition was to find a situation in a banking house, and to attain this object he called on M. Perregnux, the 'rich Swiss banker.to whom he had a letter, HEREAS, tho Hon. Joskimi B. Axthont I'rceiilciit of the Court of Oyer and Tcr, miner ami General Jail Delivery. Court, of Quarter Session of the l'cacc.and Court of Common l'Iras and Orphans' Court in the eighth judicial district, composed of tho counties of Northumberlani1, Union, Columbia and Lycoming; and tlio Hon. mmam Donaldson and Worst macK, v,& Now is the very nick of time to Sub scribe, at, on the IGthof March, 181-1, will commence the fourteenth Volume of TIic Family Newspaper, the ijiilaik:liiiia SATURDAY COURIER With tho lurgcNt...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 August 1844

Coiiiiiiwift Hemoerat I havo sworn upon tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas JcObraon BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1844. Volume VII 10 IVitinlici- 18o OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT I . r ki jn i Uius. loprosiTK ST. taiil s unuRcii, CMAiN-sj, No trade sends into llio worm sntarini T!E!P.2i!S ! uml mote active mon than thai of priming tThe COL UMDIJ1 DEMOCRAT will bc Look lo officers of trust anil honor when published every Saturday morning, at I talents and energy aro required anil yoi, TIVU DUhLJiuxycr annum payauic w, bo mogl liUey ,0 fintj .,iem fineij wi,, .v. HI .,,. .l.nrlrv lawyers, iiruacucrs, iiidyuj. im Vu.iB,0,a- r . . J . " i ..iUn1 Pr tiinpo Ptfniinrr la n mnrirtnti nnrin, Ihnn ii )fl)ll.i')inr fl tU UlSCOll- ' '"6 " '" " ; I. . .. . f. i l . I.. tinuancc permilleu,until an arrearages ouisncss, mus 10 in men iur uuum aim M1! arc disc, tamed. If n iiesi. A col eco education is not to ue w 1 VI From Ho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 August 1844

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. AUGUST 21, 1844. A National Bank the Whig Issue. The speech of Mr. White, of Indiana, to the yotlng vhig9 of Nop York, to which wo have had several occas'nns to tllude, has been published, as written 311 1 and corrootcd by the author; and we "subjoin those passages tclalivc to a Hank which were cither slurred over or omil tod altogothcr.in the reports of tho whig newspapers. It is, wo think, worth quoting at length, especially as our co lempornriea on the other side, with the exception perhaps of Mr. Clays's imme tlialo organ, tho Louisville Journal, arc bo very guarded on this point, that they may be said lo have 'no principles foi tho public eye,' and are, as Mr. Froling liuyscn reproachfully remarks, 'afraid to talk' of one of their main purposes. It (s a comfort then, to tho people, thai there are some such politicians in the ranks of our opponents, as Mr. While proves himself to be men of a candid ingenuous spirit who disdain bush fight ing and skulking in da...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 August 1844

(enmofilio Club upon tlio different mo lions that shall be proposed. Art- 4. It shall bo the duly of he Vine President to assist the. Presidents and in case of his obsoticio lo preside over the Club on though duly elected and empower od willi tho authority of tho President. Art 0 It ahall be tho duty of the Cor responding Sccrotary to carry on tho cor respondent? which tho Club thall need. Art. 0 It shall bo tho duty of iho Uooord inir Soctolary to record tho tiansacilons of Iho Club. Act 7 It shall bo tho duty of tho Trea sutcr lo receive tho incoino and pay Iho expenses of tho club from said revenue, to keep a true and correct account of the same, and to deliver tho samo to the Club when ever called upon. Art 8 Tho rovennn to meet tho expenses of the Club shall bo raised by collections from lime to time as the Club shall dir ect. n erwi ckTo 1Ter a i s i n g . Romnmber next Thursday is tho day of tho Berwick Poll raising. There will un doubtedly be a largo gathering of the De mocr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 24 August 1844

A GOOD ONE. 'You liain'l no occasion for n jer sor nouW I spose, 'sud a jolly son of St. Crispen from (ho land of wooden nutnegs ng he enured n shoe establishment, with Iii-t kit nicely done up in Ms apron. Wonder if I hain't was tho reply of the Bobs.1 Why I should like a dozen if I could get 'em, but what kind of a shoo can you make?' 0,as tnlhe matter of ihaf'ssid the snob, 41 reckon hnw I can make a decent sort of n craft.' Spread your kit then,1 said the Boss; I'll give your a pair to try; und if youi work suit me I can give you a Head) eat of work.' Crispin was eoon at it hammering and whirling away ns happy ss a clam at high water, and the Boca was called away on eomo business which detained him two or three hours meanwhile the tempering jet had produced a thing which bote some dint rese mbJar.ce to a shoe and being some H'hat ashamed of it hid it in a pile of leather chips that lay on the floor, and proceeded to make another which he had barely lime .o finish when his employ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 September 1844

The Columbia I the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Mau.-Thoma Jcffcrgon I have sworn upon mOMSBIIBG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER J3 1844,, Volume Vifll.l OFFICE Of THE DEMOCltAT orroBiTB St. Paul's Ciioiicii, Main-si TE?,MS : 77.C COL UM1UJ1 DEMOCRAT will bt published evert) Saturday morning, a 'TWO DOLLARS per annum payabli half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars, Fifty Cents, if not paid tvlthin the year No subscription will be taken for a shorter .....,.. ;,.! nit- mnnthm'nnr ami ihscon- tnnwice permitted,unlil all arrearages ilixrhnrirtd. JIDVERTISEMENS not exceedingat square will be conspicuously insenvu . One Dollar for iiicjitsi im and Twenty-five cents for every subsc quent nsertion. TA Mr1 discoun aducrlisebu the year LETTERS addressed on business,viusl be post paid POETRYo THE FIVE TOASTS. rriie Norwegians have a song called Get i Tin. Fivr. Toasts, will. uliirli iliev uenerally close their feslivcen ler tainmenls.using...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 September 1844

thus piiblflv. I will sonn ascertain who tli s cavalier is your h'g'.nrss.' CHAPTEK VI. The ceremony of msfilage was ended an I i he j i r i r s wa poioiiiicnit; hi ben r "ict.ori when ft comninlion was appir- ill mi Inn further piitotilio hall, near ll.u dcr, bii I ihf Ihfoini uave way in Iritni hi fire tn tidr. of Mntunieh at il 'lie ( ffi-'ffH i f lint lulu' rial Police. ' Wm means all this?' demanded Mni'einioli nl the (ner.il uflicfis a he' lame near. 'D A inork marr'!if, nrincp. hnl hv Ihf nid.sJ llie pried hall) done il with "f a grace nnd jinclion an ii he were in 1 1 ear ii pt. Tin re Hand tint happy rulple, whu weru llie camichid not li"" n priest in mnqerade. aro as s.fely lied as ever man and wife ' They are tho twu,' u.iid Col Neck Icr. Il i hi ' irri-it llixm. A Un llu rami. tllll chn !' The i -ince'r-sislpd and drew hi mv irtl. Iu the mulse his imsk fell oil an 1 betrayed lo all eyis the well known I ...... .!' Ii rt . . 1 'I':... .... imuirfWI inr- UIIJiITt! mintc. a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 September 1844

TALL WALKING. An Indian; uf the Penobscot tribc.by the namo of Lolah, elartod from ilaitot 01 Thursday morning at sunrise, walked ti ;EIUw(irili, 20 miles, from Ellsworth In i 13uctisKirt fifteen miles, and from I luck Upon lo Unntfor, eighteen miles morci.Tiali ting sixty two miles in all, and armed aihu r...!.. ..I l..f... ..,m.I tn.,n. isriiug pisco uciuib vuiNit XMertury. ENGLAND, TEXAS AND MEXICO. The Houston Texas) Tdlrgrnpalt o Wednesday Julv 31, contains the IoIIowiiik 5iaitraph. , c now icnrn, upon me nuiiinrny n Cipt, Ellnt himself,' that England had ad vised Mexico under no cirtumvuee. to Ktiowlrd the iodepelidenc. of TeX's, tin to kt't-p op in Aiiiiimc with her as long at )u8lMi hiiiI lo easu a successful Mlemp Hi anitf xulluu between the Uititil tislale' ,nud Texas look plane then to go to win unit would back Iter t the con This cnnfiriiiH ns in the opinion wi ;tnve long enleilai it il liul our independent'! I will never be. acknowledged 'iy Mexi ivhllo there, in prospe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 September 1844

A GOOD iMINISTL'R. ! , , A TRUr. STlUtY' Somn yoars ince,thero lived in the sowi of S., Massachusetts, a most prattiral aw good minister named 1 . Two ol ilia parishioners, by llie names of Wliiu nd linger, lived, on the opposite side of . bountiful pond lliat was full o( piek'iral Wliiio was a rich farmer and II agar lived h log hul on llio very brink of llio pond. Hiitli were members of the chinch. On a cold sabbalh morning in J moan farmer White started ?l an tarly hour lot church, anil, il being nearer, instead of go by tlio mad, he rut across the pond npoi (he ice. Hul how wag ho mortified ant' tdioekcd to find hi poor broiher Hagar up on it, flailing. He Approached him at once mid with a stern voice rcprcnianded him foi bis wickedness. Hagar attempted Ic icply. hul White would not heat him. linear said he had a good excusp, and that bruthe While would not on v forgive, but even justify him if ho wo.ild ronent to hear Uut no, no bo would lay the matter before tho church, was th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 September 1844

Thr Columbia hc.nur, a. L. , .. .. , . . . " ' ' "-Aum " I have sworn upon the Altnr of Goil, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mlud of Man." Thomas Jefferson "JrV Volume VBI1. i OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT BprosiTu'Sr. Paul's Cituncit, Main-st 77c COL UMlllJl DEMOCRAT will be 1 puhlinietl every Saturday morning, at 1 vV) )- ; '. i) . '. .......m TWO nOLLARSmr annum vamiblc half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars rijtij Lents,ij not paid within the year fA'o subscription will betaken for a shorter f penotl than nx months; nor any tliscon I tinuancc pcrmitted,unlil all arrearages R arc diseliargul. Wl'JiHTISEMEXS not exceeding at square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollaror the first threeinscrtions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. ICF-.tf liberal discount made to those, who advertise by the years ft M ''') U ,...-. I i be post paid. POETRYo roti Tin: comimdia unmet at. hVo liomv-l anil i-nndid come listen, Bin! ri'iisuiijyuui judycincnl now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 September 1844

ly necessary that he (Mr. R ) should the .Democratic parly, and said that to J Mr. Fj.enniken, of Fayclle, offorod say a word, hut as thn intimate personal doubt success inauch a glorious conflict jilic following resolution, which was un (ml nolilical friend of ilio lamented Mr. Muhlonborgdio desired thus publicly to express his sentiments, and with the permission of Iho Conventionale would bn nlcascd to have his name recorded would bo to arraign the justice of an uiimotisly adopted overruling Providence. Resolved, That this Conversion ap On motion John M. Read, omnia., prove most heartily of tho nominations it. i. iicniiiKon,nenry weisn, j. in made by (he National Convention held .Fum.nice, baml. Kerr, D.iniel Christy, I in May last, at Baltimore, for President up6n the minutes as the seconder ol ihc Lyon L,emborger wercappoinlcd a com and Vice President; and we pledge our resolution lie did this lor the purpose tntttco to report an address, selvos, each to the other, to support of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 September 1844

ft AN INFAMOUS FALSEHOOD. The American of yesletdny contains one nf ilio most airocions falsehoods against Mr. Sliunk that ooulil pnssibl be invented The conductor of that pr is will known its one of tho most brinnl ami reckless slum! urers t!mt ever disgraced the I'rrst.but vili' us he is known jo tie, no person could mi rigine tti.it lie. would dare lo publish such an atrocious falsehood as appeared in h is paper of yesterday. The Bubsiance of the nriiele is, that at the laying of tho eorncr stono of the Gorman Catholic Church in the fifth ward, Mr. Sliunk had the American Flug spread out for the priest lo walk over, in order that, by thus suffering tho rljg of KS his country to be trampled on, ho might (.iin the votes of those present. 1 Ho mo tiv attributed to Mr. Sliunk is too ridicu ously ("also to tequirc any refutation, and the whole statement touching the .flag is totally destitute of truth. No such occur retire look place on the occasion referred lo, as ran be testified lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 September 1844

u eK."jmi!L'!iiiguj!m'w m-m bjj.wuii . ABEKNUT11Y & THE HtEWEKS CLERK. About a year and o ha)f before t!ic doatl of Abernclhy. a big fellow, clerk in a brew ert establishment, went to consult that eminent man, when the following conver sation took placo between them! The patient, who had a very craxy frami but a eound understanding, said, upon en- tenng the parlor, and soeing a littlo old looking man, with llio knees of hit breeches loom. 'I want to apeak to Dr. Abernelhy.' Doctor! I am no doctor. What brings you here! I catno for advice, to be sure. You don't think I came to aslc you how you do?' 'Hahl' muttered Mr. Abernethy, evident ly pleased with meeting a congenial rus tomer. 'No, I hope not, But there is no use in your coming to me for aJvice. You won't take it.' Yes, I will.' I'll be d A if you do.' I'll be d-d if I don't' What trade are you A butcher, or a rostennonger!' 'Not a bit of it. You're aro all I'm a rrewcr's clerk.' wrong 'What they call a broad cooper?' 'No. ...

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