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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

' ~~~7ro$EBn xirox7~~~~~ ATTORNEY;AT>TikW, (late ol* Pittsburg, Po.,) will practice in the Courts ol Cumberland and the- adjoining count'its, Office " »n Wost-High strectr noxt-door-to J. Hamilton, JEsq. " -.' -'¦' Carlisle'; October 8,18451 ' 8.DUNM._'AOA0ftj . Attorney at, Law. ¦•,' OFFICE «n South Hanover street,a Tew doors helew .1. It. Graham,Esq. ' -._ July 10,1845. " NEW SPRING SUPPLTaYTHE ¦ m®$w»-ms&m& g • • S vW.HAVERSTICK de- -. * sires-'th.jnform the pub- _^___yrj/ lie tlmt ho-lios"ji»sl received dtfBBB^RS* from Philadelphia, and "is now ^^^__«_^^ "opening.at,tlio Old Stand, on ^^HbKSP^ North Hanover street, ono of ^£§si£z«B the most extensive und elegant - l|^^aa-isorttnent-) of G-8_l!krii&t DRUGS, f AINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS,. Fancy ArLiclcH,* Miscclliincou.s and School* Books, Perfmuory, Fruits, &R.&.C. which has ever been opened in lliisliurongf., nil of which, .hove been e cite ted hy himeclfin person with-•great en re, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

m§mM®M®m* ; From Hea'illey'a Napoleon and his Marshals. The Last ©ays of Marshal Ney. _ At length a tla'rk object'was erjen toerijerge from the "distant woqcl, and soon an army of 30.000 men deployed in the field ol Waterlob, anil.be.g_ri to march straight-Tor the sceite of conflict. =Bliicherand his Prussians had cpme, but np.Grouchy..\vho. had teen left to. hold them in check, followed after, fn a moment .Napoleon saw that ho could not sustain the attsckoiso manyTresh troops, if once allowed to form a junction with the allied forces, and so he determined to Rtake h'is fate on'one bold cast,, and endeavor to pierce the allied centre' with a.grand charge ofthe Old -_uafd—and thusfhr.ow.ng himself betweenlhe two armies fighWhem separately. Fot this purpose, the Imperial Gvtard was called up, which had remained -inactive during the whole day, and divided into two. immense columns", which were to meet at the Britishceiilre. That under Jteille.no ttooner entered the fire than it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

f«lp(ija ;i|b__tlie Herald aMjExposltor. ^ _,^' 'Xinn-orFoii 1—There||Sn gfticie in thell« •Vnlurileer,'headed' "Tfe Tariff'pf 1846" wbich, if ypu will allpWarie a little space in your columns, 1 will enfleavprto;noticp as I think it deserves. The piece is iritended doubtless, to reconcile the party To" the:cpn-Iradictory and disgraceful position in which they are placed by'theli'oWrit.ibv'erthrow^b'f the. Whig Tariff ot 184 SJ.and the substitution, in place of it, of t*je Bril(sli, Free Trade Tariff of 184.6; and the writer signs himself "Upper End," evidently, that fft fifaay- be known throughout.Curriberlandjonnty, (hat there ft pne in this quarter bOld_^|i,t)ugh tb,.sing the praises of deriibcracyr6Br)rj^amidst-the-ruin. ofAmerican„Mantifaetu^Sandthe destruction of American Labor. Tb'bJjEmperor Nero, il is said.-fiddled while the cajmtal of his. empire was in flames; and the iiarhcitalily of infamy which he secuted. by hisifun^has'riot.been sufficient'to deter-othorsTrOrb^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

The New Tariff and its Results* From the N. York-Express , -Wages will.first.feei the blow pf the new Tarifl, & in anticipation Pf the lime when ilis tn go into operatien, tbo. To go on nianufacluring in this country, under the Pree Trade bill, we must have workmen at as low . wages as they work fpr in Europe^, arid unless this is done, we must il'iScessarily- -stop manufacturing. Hencef, all the greit interests • ofthe country are now, calculating wliatis" lo be done uridei the new order of things, and their first conclusion is,". wages must be lower, or, we must stop work." . Collnn and \YOolRns)liinIUhe.y_cji.ii-Jlarid it.* New ^ England and New Yo-k wince and groan, but lliey don't mean lodie, il possible. Some shrewd cftpilalists deducing their own good from the common evil, reason as Ihe Evening Post did, awhile ago—thai the now Tarifl, by destroying ihe'lillle work-shops will leave thoir own great ones wiihout competition. Among IheTaige'-manufactories, such a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

_ The Administratio-i siitt_?tlie A*hiv ' <*'^'P»»'««ce/ofil.o' ^ 7FW OitL-A„sVX8ir_iii,_:; -S*-'- - I wrote tp:you a ihastyTine-iforTfie; waymail to-day, ielatiye to the discharge ef-all he Louisiana and Alabama" yelunteers, and Uje St. Lotus Legipn, by Gen, Taylor in pursuance of" orders from,, the Waf' MLn " mem. ¦ Since, then 1 have cotiverseffTi h some of (he ofhcerswio-have returned;-and find ihem in.the highest Mate bfvinftatioh at » the Ireatment they received, and a general' indignation pervades the .whole .community here, without any distinction of parly The -volunteers-rhnd -TJusf-gotjJas-it-were-"into ' gears"—got through the." raw" of their ini. nation into a soldTei^JifrA.and aji the ind6n.'. veniences and. deprivations pf it4r-had attain- ' e«) a very respectable stale of ,'<lrllf_n'd discipline, and now are cast loose' in this uhcefempnious and'.insulting mariner,, arid in violanon of thoTaithof government, 'which had accepted _ their servicesTo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

. -*- -^•¦ jj5_i'i.*5,/.g. i^^^/T^^j^-^i^M^'S? ^h^^.i^.'^^^i^^?^^-^'^ -^s^s^^ipl^i ¦¦¦ : g^^g-Cp ^— -^t~ •^-- ¦ 1!v1Sp)^_B*%^^t3Sr-ii9^8 .46^—- For the Eepeai of the: British Tariff . of 1846! FQJt CANAL COMMISSIONER^ Jjyfi-SM. POWER, ; .. OF Fiercer. {Jounty* _--^-__-_-M____M___a--_i_-__________

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

Employmoiit bfii^ PrflsperUy ¦ MTfigfoltow Dyyj-ifiea^ in%^_^«r^>^J5t^^|ftfi^^ held ift|bve'tla| flii^ by erep^ lAmcriprM Meqjiai^ :"/ fx m «';.^i^l'-^^.^^'-^t-WJ!Wtrej^ pe^e "7i%^^Sif,'7tlits''gt-at'tiulh ought never to bo forgotten; it ought to be placed opon-the-tffl^pagppf^very^bpoltbiLpJililLcaL economy intended lor , America,,and .such countries as America,. TCought.to be plpcpu, in every larmei's almanac, It br ight to head the columns ol every farmer's magazine and mechanic's magazine. It should, be. proclaimed every where, notwithstanding what we hear of the usefulness—nnd I admit the hi_h usefulness—of cheim food, notwithslan- -s_i dirig lhat, the great truth should be proclanr ied eveiy where* should bo made into a prpverb,.rif'it could, lhat wliae time is feo{k for the hands of me^ (here will be ysorlcfor their teeth. Where there iss employment there will be. broad ; and iri a country like out own, above all others, will this truth hold good; a country lik...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

^77iii^MBi0^0^^ mm^^&^m^ :¦»--' .'!;^ilstt^_"»j!^V*l*>>a!SWW^,^.- ;•••¦*_ ^Vt^7m^mtr7 _3ri«sb5tfa-i_&o^ •^^*^^^|^r|v]?l"6«i:-M~'^Ml l^pbpfe^J'bnttfyivanW,.'nysih_e__Rcad.h^ joEWial,; hero jjsl^lie- issue. 1 bir'ty-; §tai[ed :"* iTB)^ ^iS^^Ur^^^^^^T^yi?^^ gaideijidl pveflYelUrii^^ ^ ^ be misiiiiderstond.'that PENNSYLVANIA'iB not".to, be PROSTRATED IN THE' DtpTJ or he'rhonest votorsiCH^TEn'aridHTJMi BUGGED-wilhr.irripunityT^wiiile every vpte polied for'vyj^iAM"B ~'FOSTER will be deemed an expression in favor of Ji)KJSi3. TRADE and the BRITISH TARIFF of 184.*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

7^ „(^^#iS-^S^^p^i^i»« Mi ^ ^^.^eiewlSKfc^i^Hi-^we%feiiiTS_y| ' 4W^0m^ -%'^i; ,the.-:?2,po'o;6Qo |^»i^M_^^^_^^__n_ ;l^W^t^' t)u1*^9obf;^^ •0ypfl-^i^;^iJi'\^i^^Tb^ ;dbM^pel§aWtg^MBJri; ^ttf#><)^^ ^. ftp iSre'si|bnflansmi^ Messttgo'requesting an appropriation of S2j, 000,090 io-'enablp^iim-to negnliala-aJErfialy. AfcEpacs^w.ith.^ " re_jtliat,CaiJfpr'ni^,.>was,^b.^ •-TbUrA' i'tnmed^^ .tlejiseraaking tiiV^pjiciled apprppripljbn,arid iwasprogressing fltiejy untif;M^.:VVi.lmbt,'qT .this...Siate,.zavailirig.Tiimsolfjpf: aMhin- Jiousa arid the absence .of a 'liimbcr bl Southern members, suddenly1 spoiled all by proposing and carrying aii amendment providing—that-Slavery or involuntary servitude should beforever excluded from lite territory that might Le acquired by the U, States through the negptiajipn! With this feature the Bill passed tho House "aTaTOeTioCtf"on Salprdi«',"by a majority of :six'i -votes, and was .serf! "to the Senate.. ¦ The dose; as ipod.ifi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

^m____Rm?,',.: ••-¦''-' M.'j-;--:^--^^--:-!,?,----*?,',^!^ . ^;!I^-_B^C)ril^t»i ttujry^^^ tii^i^^ifm^^^^ NPRTltCAltbLl'JAi'^^^. -Um.toM^ sultspf the Nmlh-CarbpSileGliMfis^hJ^ tepvemor' a Whig'.lpiteU^-h'iMqo^ " moris!!! ant][Ttt'n")r^|i|^^ii*;^- _5l^^^ tors U! L .Gpye'rnorjG.raham!^majpnly:^w&; reitch 10,000. and i(i tii'e'ScifratP, the VVhigs1 iyilLhavja_i_majority_ol_Tioni Jiv.o;tb_rou£^^ ^^^ '^M^^^^m^^i^^^'^!^' ,^^^i^ j^^^?f^^'^^7^o^7i^'- 'a fP&^jo^j^^i ^iXo^W^^pilS^Mt^s havp^aiiiedT'».'s1atp SenntpL i;8,(mif.pfi Tiie ten elected lliis year.) and made a net gajn pf>nr ,raoinbers;oCllt,o.H.bijseofitepresenla-', lives, wliiciirwill give thorn pii'ipjat.baiipt of l.he two Legislative-branches a mnjpitty 'of ^o^y^xA-fkit/^or^h&hxnna^iHUi^o the Westl . • • Indiana.—The majority for Whilconrb (I. F) will be abbnt2000. The lower counties I 011 Ihe Wabash did very bad, gr Marshall-; ( W,) would have been- elected -Governor.— The Locofoco candidate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

Latest from (he Armv- . . The stearnet Alabama, 'which arrived al ; New Orleans on the fill) hist, brings Ihe lasl.l intelligence, iiom tho Army.. The-Alabama : brought b .i-k llrelasfbatidi ol.Lnuisiana troops, all.the rest having previously lolt on- board J Iho sailing vessels, which explains their noiir I arrival. • They may be expected daily... """" Col. Peyioir's legimeni wasfleparliiigaUhe" time when the Alabama sailed. Col, Keiitheitoivs was on ils way to the Brazos, ready to embark. . . - -. UonciTnl Taylor was deS|>.itelriiip( Ihe regu-' lars lo-Camargo with all- possible haste and likewise sejiding on large supplies of rnmi- ; 1 ! I j ' lions. The higlicst point on the river, at which any of Ihe volunteer troops were stationed, was Lnmita,' between_ liaiila and Malamoras, at which jioiul line batlulion of thp Tennessee regiment was garrisoned. * Gen.Tnylorpi .i*-_id,"wns -to set out for Camnrgn bh the 1st Inst: A lelli"T from M.itanionis says thai Ihe army o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

'THE BRITISH TARIFF.' . The Mechanics of Berks, says the Reading Journal, liave given tliei'arill Bill ol Messrs-IVlk and Dallas its,right name. Lei it bo known assuch.allovertbol'iiion. They, by rcsplulion ¦ •¦ adopted- in-'Dcyiocyitic vCounly Meeting, chtislei_ifd_it '-";*.•.' ' ; ThcBrl.ti-h^Tariff.J _¦ .'..' ¦ lfiphlly liamod.'f'A-Tailfr 'to bfeak.vttpwn; Anicrican* Industry arid Tester' ¦ ¦ Brhish ¦'- AJ T-tirifT to lake the bread fyoiririVmWiean'W.brk-, men and giv'e it lo Englisli'laborors; A Tarifl: to rob mir. farmers of a market by doprivirig our mechanifsof the means of. aying lhejr, What is lliis but i_ BXk'ISXSSC- W.ABLXFF! Down willi jt, Mechanicf! ";'"' Dn. Wi^tah's, Bai.sa.V of Wilii ICiiiiiiiWi--3'his is ndie.tiiicid cxtil.ict of Wild Cherryand, I'ar; J_ybryboily '-.ninvs, lhat. AVidl Cherry possesses,"ii-poriuiit-mpiliriunl properties, uiid 'I'ar Water lilts alwiiysbeeii ailmiuislc'reil in Cphsiimjilion'aiiil Lung' afleclionfLgenerally, 'by out iildesl tuid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

_lCdnife<il5^!>it^r-_;'Scsslbi--itfe^ . ^^r^Vi-v,''-'fii-)ii'6rKil^ 777H^v'(^AxEuii^6i^;7ii ' - l^'-fe^^o-lliobsb^c^ai^ ff li^^'^i#ip??«^i'^^d^ ciaoffi^;-in?irff'^^ Tlipnws;er^igi!eailin''rr^^ lire ptlirirs bbiji^ biiher settled er continued.' ~This ,was an nclion ol covenant to recover the pne^hird ^ bl the profits realised-on ihe' lJ)M-iect'iog.-.brHiie-fiiU.i:^ di'visien of theiBhl-mPi- and Ohib.Railroad. The plaintiff and defendantin tho above case had been partners in the said .cojilr!k|;. ^and Tii'b"'j3afrjtiff"now Blaimelf Tlie bnbjlhiid'pf the "BrofitSion-tliecovpnaiit pf the _rjb)eridai_iex_ ecutedonTlh ol December, 1839., the ccnslderation ef which was the' release of'plaintiff tp "'defendant' fbi'Vli'hisinterest'in {lie- said section. The evidence being voluminous, and some nice legal points, arising-out .of .'it,, the case pecupied the atieriticnLPf1thP_'Ce"urT till Tuesday noori. Verilictlpr dplendant.^- Gounsel for plaiiilifir,; Gaullagher, Adai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

^ ^^m^mm^y - 7fmm*^**QMM?77 -: jC^tfst^p^^jfi^^--^-^ t60-aro brferedHbvpof'aiio'-*l-lho-Srnioryi—:— Ti?:Carli3l.e,o>/SA*J'tJRDA.Y trioH.t'i ins't" . o^ook,_^lMv^with_iiun__nnd^i!ributre--: ". nicnla in j_;b6d'o'rrIer.*-'.lJy order of llie Coploln. ; "•; ?W_ B^l'AUKINSbjtSfrjO.S. ..-. _Xarli8lo,/Arig'iwUl*Jf4S46V^-MLj;^~—-.— -m 7. ^-^T^B^^lijatW;^ : 'V" Big, Spr^g- Aflto^tlne ;Guards! ¦ - ^«5'<a'«(s<».ii«f*'>. ' • , YOU ore ordered to. parade at theimiise ol the Ctptriinj.bn SATDRDAYtho 29th of August, "l846;wci»1y^'i'l' 0/p!^c-,:6omi>!<ilelv oiiiiiptfor.drtil. 'VBy orde'romhe Captain. ^r7;:.y^^mt0ipK^ ,a;s. .' N. B.-^-Th'erb will bo,an:el._i^J|&jri'^ iield oh the some day and at tlie .sarn^itlffMjfrifri.S'lRS'r LlEUTENAN'lVin-tlic.To&kjofJphii.Grocey, resigned. • By" order" of.lhe'.Brigadej-Tii'ipcctor.. . '-August.19. iS46;„.„l:.,..l,ftl£'vV^r. -- ; Notice to Sheriff Candidates. .vlVT'Of ICE, ¦'-l8v'.,iH^f tpBX^B5Bl*.,st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

Wliig Stapidiiig CommiUce meeting. '¦••*-,. ¦ • ^ ^ ' ,::*~''""' '• ¦ ¦ * -• ¦ * ¦ , ¦ COXT-^T-T cojxrv_.wtfioi. . ., ...At a meeting of the. Whig Standing Com-_-. kniiteo. of. Cumherla'nd county, held at the public house of Mr. Ilenry Rhoail.0, in- Carlisle, August JOtli, 1846; the Commiltoe was organized by appdinting I- II. WILLIA"MS, Esq., of VVest Peh-sboro'ugh, Chairman, and-Tuomas diuiciiE.»D, Jr., of East Pennsboro'j :Sebretary. TJie follo\ying resolutions were unaniitiously adopted, viz: , Hesolvcd, Thai Ihe Whigs ol the county be requested to meet in. their respective townships and'boroughs, oh SATURDAY the, 20th instant, ar id elect tiro Dclcgateslb'reprc-.pent them in a County Convention, to beheld in Carlisle, on FRI DAY Iho Jlh 6! September next,,for tlie purpose ef nbmiiiatinp; cnitdi--. dates for the uiflerent offices to be filled al the.approabhing-6eneral:Election. Resolved, That in.the selection-of candidates', it is highly, irrtporlant to select such tnen as ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

Miria of the Clique \ Out exposure last week of Iho disgraceful scenes of the locofoco County Meeting, and the account of the severe bill well-merited easligalion which-"the leading demagogues received at the hands of Mr. Miller; has cieated a'grcat stir, and the last*V'oluiileerteomp with* vulgar scurrility .and abuse, of ourselfi and the Whigs. The truth is the lopolqpoqlique Js becomiiig alarmed. The honest portion, of ihcir party _is'beginning to see. through-their schemes ot deception,'and,are resolving to be no lnngol- led by the nose'by lliis unprincipled faction. The mechanics nnd workingmeu now see 'that By blindly fpl-¦ lo.wing^hese-metrthe^-nriflMinsbeenrdestroyT ed pnil tho interest; of American workingmen proslrated al the feet of the'British monopolisls and aristoomcy. More than one hones! workingmnn., has been heard In declare his delerninalionto "come oul from among Ihe foul parly," since' tho locofoco. Meeting.— Rally under iho standard of RUPKAI^, workingmen ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

Tha_IeohanJc'3 Moving, A very Jargo/^body oi the Aluchanics pf Reading, who had. voted for Polk, held a "Tanil meeting last week, and denounced Polk and Dal__is_a5L.lcailQrs .lo their pleilges made to the people iu 1841. . ' "V -'u a—<u Oheuon T-iuiiTORT.—A bill passed both Houses of Kougrefe', providing fur the establishment ot a,T^Wriul_(.jpverntiieut in Ore gori. The seaUiolSovertimenl is to be located West of Iho Rocky Mountains, ami Slavery is lo be forever excluded. (t5~.Among Iho important Bills passed on the lasl day of the session was that lo es nblish the Smithsonian Institution. It provides for a judicious expenditure of ihe Smithsonian bequest hiado some years ago in It ust to Iho U. S. Government for educalional purjioses. Wauehousk Svstf.M.—Several cargoes of foreign goods are now storing iu Philadelphia under the provisions of the late ad of Congress: to'remain there until Ihe 1st of December next, when Ihey will be admitted at tho reduced duties ofth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

^R«dti^lo«iof^FI-1^1C'CU<^ : Ji^We .xvishroi^ the :H k}^ tb;ANi>^ to all^whd-pay-afllie'li'rn.e.h^ ip old^-girbstfribers;a(;ji(je iipgirinjhg'orn iie'w' year/'liori,0N^po^ g_j____''s' ^__|3.»pake8,tliaHerald the:ciieja|>_st paper"iifllia'counly'lt y.;Sj%* J'? iSi-ivi'-i^sV,'.--1 .^, • >"iji '_i_^'. l''^".^^''/-^"*^——*—^——* --, f '¦¦- \?&y.miMivMfi$Uffi b' oreaihiij;^ lhopj[)*'weai'.p|::,dl_e(slipn(iJs' i?p6r.form^ sueh p"-tr"e'i'rieo.li&^ 6fJ^lM?pqpUms«plv*^ hufn^eril'TosMe' hadyi^ itflj^ii-djrer#^^ HenielbMiWMiji_diMfe^^ iriputhjVph^iSM'nS,'dyaej^^ b'^!a5iU;o1l3|mfo^ ieWHfehtW^lM^eiaiab^^^ jUrtftureTIi)^ jlaitS^Beqa^seihey;*i]eahs^;il^al . -frtaii-of; -jll^tMq^'SitlTip^-irXwfl'^q 'Crfa jKar tabjnHiJ; ivMhTa^lvS%-u*|e?HWonl|»||^^^ »i>j_^-tMbb^el-, ' ':bflt^;.^v^i;^ 6?itian.v:*,i;hB\',i»llsp'a^^^^ ion?%%_##f/sMe^W^ [. i^elheepHa^lgpWpih^Wb^SM^^ i ;ell^:dr,ve?v'OryilCscripti^of.paij;^nr r^it^^m a^^^h^Mj^i0^^Tdm^ ^^^m&i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 19 August 1846

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Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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