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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 16 August 1849

! HYER'S PILLS, . tnr aaittJCAM laraoriD . nrsvwi yantetn Ma.Mcljia. r TA. sett FsmUv Htdirim* ner tati; tfttmml l *mmHmmmptminUimsUwmllmtJ^HmmmnmiuHtm if trmutu mpmiiU, mmt mfptwml gwmrmtuCtd, if mstdmedinettd. > ...Th'.IT T* f'»¦"» S»o p«Mr TraaMaMa, af two kbta- ; 1 tS'J^L^ 4 >WtithV-aa/la JCtTifakitlaa aStotaslly 1 t^K^l***^***^**^th* t tsaoaatlto waMl , ' ft?***'¦ ^ toat^'uy.asaaa, Hft tbrTfr^-r aawr- , . htewtaat of tba galea.; #rto | tna^tBtay mmt atfaaffb to . ttona^i^tbtw.n^t.^lwMfiMs^'ttojdaltri atba i l»a«aratt SMmmUmT ,-, tbaa wM^fatl^ttoBM o* 'Jf .i?*1 ***¦ " "» Awwrtaaa faittnrrd llytw— >|S*iv bla TrrStaMat, that all .JlMaaM mr»aaiinliytto £s7; . and, tbaala attawoMl to, ¦ *, b* aaNd by tba attaploM pro-¦ **—^ortrct^r —4 rr-wlauW tba rtnaiarb. or ^aatkin—1 aabManttally tb* loam, (ta dctwa|nia*«t> of a» Stnaaaa. In all liaaarins cwaalatM. a—ml daMHty, dyaawprta, ! arrr.^a, rhcaaMaie aa I WtlowjatrjrtloU* , ntdaor coujto, i aU palainaaiT ala...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 16 August 1849

tbi^ki or attAGKi. _ ¦> M* Brsarsoar Baa a taisT*A«a,nTi,t».—Ttorai ¦ a avnaparilla tut aala m tba dUtkranl towaa calladfl. P rnwntond'* Sama|«ri.la. h la adrartlaad aa Ito OBM1 StUaBNtJIKB.tiadalliaat. TbM Tnwrwrnd waadacMr uSnawcrwaa, inlaw latwwtiy a wortaron rMtraaab^caaN, aad iba Ilia—fat to aawaaww tba iHH of Itonor fbciba iwnMaa af SWMiw rratHi Ito whatto tamt., Ifc aara-b. ¦ aa aTianrwd two nrdiral a«t»Ma, aad prat-feed ato tlWaa easra'*" Stow th* tnnh ia. to aarar MCtMad aaadklaa a bw ¦* bta >"¦ ' **** -altrw., wirAat laiBWirmaiitwa oaaa badw> tto Cr>.w^ran« rWaeJty -f tto SMn. I M ii— Wntiraly, to sad aarar laade tllaaa s.a.»as.a«a.f aba-Ifarafaaa Wtoa WMI aa laafa » to>toaaejaaSifwb. nl M all ilnrtr drahata aad latarcaatai mtik Itotr Mb* •Ml IhatwdWwanaS-alf^Wwaato^blw^jaa •M»arta« M^aatswia, watiaa ^ ito^w *?** "™JJ •aa batVtoan iaaahhtt"aarl Irtariwnr ma * allnoaaible Ibnar. la twarr u> nnurrla tto pwb.M -UK tha beliaf tha. ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 16 August 1849

* aamnsHiaaa COLLKQE OF HEALTH, aar ala.a anss*. aarMa. a. r. PR. O. C VAUOHM-B TcgetaU* Utktatrlatlc Bbtan. THIS catebratad lataady ta coaMastty laettaelBfl Ha Bat hy tba ataay «an» il la anting ma* ovsm TUB WOILD. ll baa saw touwae ito aafy aaawactoa /«r fmmitf mm, aad to pantoalailv lartisaieaitod ft* DKOPfiVt *» auaawrrf Al«tona*»vlallmi*^'*wA* t^toved, M sw •Frofb twhrnatSaiidlMI. S.. iwakyiiw /ar Wttoanp.-Tbla dtoaaat ia aa wiajaflil, aa Untnu, and the alow and dnadfld aronaaiiritoaaaladr. Alaaliw lA* *m—m •» a drane which traders Mm paltonl affrriy aaaWe la bhi, ¦mM ona of ita inwt dialiaaalnt ftatafea. HITBaUrrO IMCVBABLB. it aaw yletda to tbla lutmly—aad VtaysleieUu ut il pub-ItolyaadariraiMrwIlbnarikelfiUccra). Let anyone who baa tnr bad a annttMea. af Propay. of any rtotactct, haw* S.H smelt hy Sana sad If ttoy would avoid Ito an-APPLICATION OP THI KMCPB, ta wrAFral* t*a •fitm aad Itt I Aa errnwafata-d »*rr /» mim\, only id Sll ap afaia, an.l Sully aad tw ¦ mrtmmjmt dta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 16 August 1849

^¦•¦wHsS^^^^^^H^^^I B. Tff/ffllRBiB cwtrwstn. aarsaarsaa' • AM SAFARI Is JL A. Tba swat aatiiildlairy Medtolaa la laa Waridl ffwie jhiraei to pat ¦> to tori Awufc* ¦ it to mm (was •^rs'ary^Lssr'.r'gr * '-na^*»i'*» Tto mal toaaty aad latartorlty at .hie BaiwapaHB •rar aJ attor mAh.mt, to. that >hUe H eradlaataa tb dUaaas, 11 torlawaiae Ito tody. I. to one at .to rery toe. tPBIPla AMD tUMMKB MBMCINEB era* baawai U aat only paritae Ito irtoto ajataw aal atreawlbase Ito paraaa. \at it eraateS aaa, am aad ttok btoaafi a power paaaeaaid by aa ethar aaadtolae. Aad ta able In* tba mad aacnt af U* waasAnfa) aaeaaaa. M ha* paiiwiaaad -Hhb. ttolaat tn yaara Mara Ihaa Itt.ttB aar** mt meant caaea af dtoaaae; at Waal Ifcttt aajaw aanaidarad InearaUa I. Me tared Ito Urea of aaara Itotl IS.0SO ebMdraa tto pant two aiaeea. ialtoCUy of HoW r-rhatoad. • l#,s>M esteeafamrsl BstllUr •esal watSJ •T Nartwaw Bfsat-T> Pr. Towatead-a tanapatnto iaraaentoa Ito atola lyi.WS aalwa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

"SJWSlMWMiriHt." i. g. iianriu. Miur ¦* rnpiMtr. «¦>¦«¦ —4>B a«L»*n an» rim CS«W S jeer,. ««gh i,\Si-«h«'™ ***** y "* »•*• •¦* »¦• «* •* «• '^^ITsin^ att ained aaSU ¦Wtw< «*«*|«U, ..^¦TtheeFtlearflMr^eSefcer. _ „ ]Xi.««»«l»Hi»f»f1 be PoeePAta M ree*»eeUealloa. litu or aevaavnine. ». «¦ lMR'iawa.(t<m**ll>M,«lM*,)»l>MHtaM, filOS E—b irinnm laewUoa, »» n»H SrtAUe ¦ ¦aalkli "• * •" i" ^!r^' J SlZiS*; * •* «ml>MCl(4i,iriMini«iirlH<, * JJ" realty AiliiHlmiClw—pn at om« maates,) ^TOB ^WMiilWjoi W0«K'n-M7 awl eipsemawMjr m mi fkTftfbU Unu ^_^^^^^_^^^_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

3D ©Ut if IB. THE MGTaU. ¦ J joecru sanaao. •'Ttaf an tr«* M IIm ImI •** Ihrtr Msa4 ud tbdr bnalh. An* ike leaper* AcMFBd to th« burnt 4 death They inltnr not yet!—though the deep* j* pourb» Acreea the bread Danabe the Irib> • of Ihe Dm ; When the spears of the horaemen their boson-The Mtn^Xh cry is, "On ! brother* on !" O'er lUab, retaken, their tricolor haven, ¦ The wild menntom paaaea in Week with their Wives end maida locking arms with their husband* and leecn. The battle tans- chant mid Lha salptmroNS fume*, j NorCaaMck,nar4'roal,frar the Magyar herora, I Led on by Dembuwai, ami Koaauth and U«m ; Crusaders of f rerdrim 1 Illuck ikaih to the Nrroe Who seek to uuatavt- nieh a people ui ilicnt! It cannot be done—for the hilla everiaatinf Are baatHine of freedom no CoaMck can scale ; And there, if defceted.thorfgh houerlraa and fasting, They'll smile Willi contempt en their foee iu the vale. Dewara of their swoop, loo, ye man-hunting beaglee, for whan they descend fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

The Tempest. t fS&MtllWLP .. ¦T GKORUR D. raaYttr». I wm never a man of feeble courage.— There arc few scenes, of either human or elemental strife upmi which I have not lookup with a brow of daring I have stood in tho fruit of battl>, when the swords were gleaming and circling around mi* like fiery serpents in tho air. I have -at i.n the mountain pinnacle when the*whtrlwiiid wai rending iti oak* from tho rocky clilf", autl scattering them piece meal t» the chimin ! have scon thoje things with a swelling a<iul, that knew not; that racked no dancer; but then U something in the thunder a voice that makes ma tremble tike a chill. I have tried to overcome this unmanly weakness I have called pride tw my aid—I have •< night for moral courage in the le»*stn» of iiliilos ophy-but it avail* me nothing. At the first low moaning of the distant cltud my heart shrinks, quivers and diea within me. My [avolunlary dread of thunder had its origin in an accident ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

Daw Jr. on Calirwmlou We make the following citract from one of Dow Jr'a Patent Sermons, recently published. It contains truths worthy of eonaidoratiiii at this lime: >lv HeuiLH*— I know vi ry well what you imagine will tir.icuro to ym bliss by the hogshead. It U that wtetched, filth> •tuff called money. This it is that kueps your souls in a flutter, and sets you j'milling like a lot of chained monkeys at the sight of a string of fresli fi-di You think if you only possessed a certain heap of the lucre, you would lie off in lavender—nvi'.:c mouths at care—say, II <w are ye ? to sorrow—laugh at time, and feel aa happy as an oyster m June. O, yes! if you only had enough of the trash, I admit yii might feel satisfied and ol course contented ; but in such cases, more, (according to Debol and tho devil,) tho last mora requires most, most wants m<>ro yet, and so on to tho end of everlasting. There ia no such thing aa enough in wordly riches. As well...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

Lore in the Btvokwood. | | JI mall Wlaalc'i First CMrlthlp. " Talking' o' sprees, boys, puts me in I mind o' my young days,—I should rather guess 1 was in for 'ein some myself, them J times!" This waa said by an old man, whom we, will introduce m Mr. James Waddle, or, rather old " Jim Waddle." Every body \ (except tha reader) knows him and bis. penchant for yarn stunning. It ia the evening of a militia training day. There are a| goodly number, after the company is din-1 missed from duty who are loungiag around, j and all now gather around the aforesaid old Jim, to hear his yarn to which he basj already liegun the prelude, and only awaits j somebody to ur^e bun to go on. This theref arc enough to do. lie th.n inquired what1 they would liavj— 'olio 'o hi* huutin'or couitin'sprees.'" Th- boys unanimously d.-miude-l the latter. Then niter requesting that none ot tli-'in should iau^h "till he got thrLiinrh with a few pieparatory hems, ind uu us<um|>tiou ol a comically...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

Twe> Irion exiles* AeMreoo. The address of the exiled patriots to the men of Ireland is as follows :— FaLi.ow-CocsTBTiiis,—If your efforts to procure :> mitigation of the penalties tn which we are jbout to bo subjected had bean as successful ah you desired, wo could not have offered tn you more sincere and grateful acknowledgements than those which we now tender, foj the sympathy and solicitude which you have di>jdayed In oar bohnlf At this moment, whilst wc arc bidding our hist sad farewell to our native land, tho reflection that our fellow-countrymen have not witnessed with ^difference our removal from amongst them Is a sweet source of p insolation; and, bo assured, that this romemhntneo will hereafter be a soothing alleviation to whatever sufferings it may be our lot In endure. Knowing that we address many who do not concur with ns in political opinions, wo do not feel ourselves It liberty to offer any observations upon the policy by which this country ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

rrirai (he W«lilS\luutau 1'iikni. "A Few Mors) E«n.*» " If -Bran is gruiM,' tho reason hence ia clear Why peajtle of tentimes nmin appear." [Anon. " Yuu will find the General some where near I where ) »u m-e that white hat with a usksn rini." ! [ MiMinippi Steamboat Captain Kx|icrieuoed seamen, who go into tha lonely latitude of the north, in search of the 'leviathan, to turn his brains into eandlva, 1 his tallow Into oil, and bis teeth into corset ribs and umbrella rafters, always throw a tab to a sagacious monster before tbey ponietratehis royal blubber. The hunters*of wild elephants in tho majestic forests of Ceylon and Farther India, coax tho almost 1 intractable animals to be bound, by ssnd-. ing a tame female to tic love nota aroaad their wrinkled trunks, and dye their posaaaroos tnslB wiin wuti atrawworrtcB. Boyal 1 tigers are also caught with ease upon throwing perfume-bags into their jungles—the ; spotted rascal* roluag upoa toom, aad snuSng up iho strange odor with w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

A Buried City Revealed. ' Mr. Layard's now work, Nineveh and its remains, just prodaood by Patawa ia New 'York, is justly reokooea among the most j valuable and uterastlng pabhoations of our ; day. To tho author, and Mr Botta, belongs , the honor of having diacovorod the sits of j Ninevab, tbey having exhumed from tho \ tomb of ageo, the great and maguilcvnt : metnmolis of-the Assyrian empire. I " The burthen of Nineveh" wm sung by ! tbc Prophet Nahum more than 2,000 years -ago. On the vast plain of Ansyria, upon j the cMt bank of tbo Tigris, nearly opposite j the present city of Mosul, stood that ex> i eecduigly great city of three days journey, 1 having a greater snpsfficial area than that of I Babylon, the eoutre of commerce, of wealth, of power, and of civilisation. But it per-| ished, and no trace of oven the place where I it stood has boon found, until the recent revelations of Messrs. Layard and Butta. ! The Indepvndsnt spnaking of tho work ; before us says: " Wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

The Comvamtloau Tho procecdiiifa of the Democratic Count} I iniveiilMHi. to wlurh attention is directed, may be I'uoutl iu auoilier column. ' li h not neci usury thai u-o should enlarge upon lhi-m, for they aiieak for lliiutmlvi*. To the head of our pajier we havi» elevated the li uni'l nf tho nominees lor the several offier-s to hu filled. Willi tho I'Krt-ptiou of cue, («ur humble stir, of whom it would ho*rj;oiiMii to s|H-ak,} they nre such as ought, and we are confident wdl( CIvt |.'i|i-ralnuhsfactieiitwlhe pari), and he triiiint'hnnlly ¦iielained. Mr. Wicixa, Ihe raudulate for l;- un-si-iitaiiM-, nltliu' hut little known as a pnliticUii throiie.li the County, is one of our very 1- *t of mi u, a ihoroui;h, trni-1 teiiiocrnt, iMi*seesuig guml aklilics, cxrotrriu iiuahltcnlioiis mid u trio-, hoium hi-art. He i* a merchant hj nr-i'Viuiioti — lie romen, loo, fro,,, a wction nf 111- eo.mty lb.il |la«l„T.l.ir..rulN,. oiU.l »!,..!!) ..w i Wled 111 the d'ninuiiliuii ol iilfm w, sli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

inu The RSMM*) C*>m*ea%«Oam. Tlicconvennouoribelwobrnnclireoi vrmocrulic party of New York, which assembled at Rome on Wednesday week, for " union and harmony," closed their sittings and iic(iotialinns on Friday without accomnbshinu iheir object. They m<l iu separate bodies, the Free Soil branch occupying the Ualpist Church and Ihe other ihe Presby lerian Church- Their uegolialinns were conducted through committees and written propOanions. Tlie slavery i|nestion, or rather Ihe «*/«- diesry of tho Wilmol rrov'iso, scenw Ihe nuly barrier that oppnardn union. The HombunierB insisted npou its being made a fundamental part af the new creed, while the llnnkere conceded its constitutionality, but refused lo hove it mode a test ol Democmcy. They avowed Ihcir hostility la the exU'iieiou of slavery, and pledged themselves to oppose It, whenever opeuly pushed by the south ; siid ottVrsd, also to unite again wilh Iho Free Moil branch, aud allow ill tin to hold any opinion ip...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

Tate straggle) *>m the Damnbe. Either Riehurd Gulden was right, and Itussis is wesker than her admirers in this sountry would make her, says tbo Ponnsylraniau, or else armies, like the men of Cadmus, spring, fully accoutred aud lud, from the soil of Hungary. Tho accounts of Magyar success, which we print to-day, arc evidences not only of ample military skill, but proofs of an undying patriotism among tbo people, singularly impressive.— It ia not only tbc oppoals ol Koaauth that strike us with surprise, original and powerful as they arc; but it is tho uprising of tho masses—including even the children end women of tho land—that forms a picture of moral sublimity of which wo find few parallels in history. At a recent battle, among tho dead, were found a number of M-jyar females who full fighting in tho fore-front of their country'a struggle. Kvery elcrgvman is to the cause in His vicinity what i*uter tbo Hermit wss to the religious movement centuries ago; and th* enthusia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

~ j\ essvasaoaaJsn* *c tha saosjisa ' as*, wrfciag rroa* ffasaragtoa, says be bad the larissily to sail — aid Coaslspala* , wa t*- trodaMwi, aad aftar rapmiwjag, to Ha *** ¦rise, that Neva Sowtia was iVftamr dew* *aatibasjBa«tsa gcessa V*a*yt " W*B geaoraj," 1 ismsikij to ihasga llMtofo* , "las*beany toasayaao»v*rss osim NBpMa aatioaal fast Uadorla*e*r-»a,Hisv*O B»wa*r. " "sH*t-f** said tb* Prswldaat--*m%Tl battev* aotbat what do yoa assaar I CTalshisd — "AaroawlaMPrasMiM sssBlag, -tk« mssaassf Tea* INstaVi work, rfi bet a warn. I aevw boaiafof b berWs, bat tbo laAKsjyrMer*****-* **i*s> ** -say pav f* »» ¦ • .to alga, that IaW» Ml wWl Uf*mjmwm to,M

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

TIM Aatsjmst ¦mtwre*rt-*»»ta. MoinaosR, 8ooq. ( ounly. f m Aogostai, 1849. ( Ma. Hcarvraio i Edit" e/IA* Jfs»fr»Pf Dtmorr.t: I fen ka* rend ft* tU n>at thuo, an artiols arigioaMy pnhhahed in tho « North American." and eopMsl into the "Saaonehanaa Rsgiator, Haad enoor-«mI by the editor, in which it hi attempted to show thai my statemeal in regard to tbo payment af the •tale iutenot " withoat atamparsry lean" is fskw. < Now I omuot disposed to bandy wotdawilh th« > '• North American" or the editor of the 8. Rsghv j ter. hot I again assert, and stodge myself to prove; from lbs books and accounts of tha Treasury deportment, thai my statoasmt woo trow to the hitter, wilh tbo oieestion of a wwntsks aa to Usss—It never has been necessary lo resort to * temporary loon but twice, atnea tbo lesnmption of pay. mtiii o( interest in F«braary 16tS. The SraU by Judge Hanks, (a highmiaded, houorable imp, the' a whig) Iu Feb. IMS, of g 140,000, which was leti to be, and wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

Casart a^aaaael lsjsja. Guano Juav (sand tree boh* one as. Henry j Cbandtor 1st kooptog tippling beooe In Tbomposn ; •not vo^sh* E. Biroasfl % Asnadll and Batter)', AAher Chambedui prooe|nios;; one vs. PhiUip* SSyoai^r Assaull aud .Battory, Brink Coufteld prosocators one vs. Albert F. Smith for obtaining goods under fuhnt pretencos, F. Look prosecutor; one vs. Clark Card, Edward Smith and John Simpson for riot; ooo vs. John B. Seovills, and saw vs. IjaarcnNorton for keeping lippling h«o*S in Harmony, and one vs. Win. H. SFocum do. in Clifford; oa* vs. Daniel Hawley, Alonso and Perry Barber, Joseph and Elijah Burdick, and Nehnn, James and Abner But too, for riot. | ¦ | Grand Jury discharged Wednesday noon. Cevat rNiocB*i»j<o»r—PliiU> C Gritmou. and JabnC. Fsdiadmlllsd to practice law iu the several courtt of Busqnebanaa Co. On petition of J.S. Tewkobury. U W. Kallum woo sppsintod CSusisblo of Brooklyn. Com'lh va. Roberts la sorely of Ihe peace (Jacob F. Bmndage ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

1BHOCI1TIC lOtUTT CONVENTIOH. , In pursuance of a call from tha Doaiocratie County Committee, Delegates from the several townships, met in Convention at the Court House, in the Borough of Montrose, on Monday evening tho 20th of August, for thospurpose of nominating Demcratio candidates to be supported at tbc next General Election. Tha Convention being called to order, FRANKLIN 1,1'SK, E-q of Great Bend, was chosen President; Jons Blowkub of 'of Franklin, and Pkrbix Wklli, ofBridgci water. Vice I>r|iident and Wm. L. Rick-\ardton, of Brooklyn, and it. L. Catlin, of i Bridge water, Secretaries. I The following gentleman presented their < credentials as Delegates and took scats in i the Convention; Apnlacon—W. House, Timothy'Griffin. | Auburn—Elijah Adams, John Tewka- [ bury. ' Bridwwattr—Perrin Wells, M. L. Cattin. Brooklyn—Wm. L. Richardson, R. O., Miles. Clifford—J. T. Lnngdon, Holomon Bolton Chooonut—Edward Burke, David Sheerer, i Dfmoek—John Foster, A. (i. Hol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 23 August 1849

s^t**wlv« Cwetl Mlmaa am the) +mtmmmmtL | , The Pfailadolpfaia Ledger has tb* following, which we desire our readers to scan closely, and then ask themselves bow smwh lower foreign coal and iron can be imported and sold than can thst manufactured by this company. If\notas low, which we aver ia the fact, then what ia the use of increasing the Tariff duties on these productions t Will not every farthing added be so much taken from the pockets of th* consuming class and given as a bounty to to the manufacturers—to capital t Most assurdty : A strong company, we notice, has been formed, with Samuel Jaudon at its bead, for developing the resources of ao imnwas* | ooal region, comprising 22,000 acres, on | tho Virginia side of the Potomac river, andcr the nsme of the Phoenix* Mining and Mojiufacturing, Company. Th* coal ooonr* in beds, varying in thickness from seventeen teat to two (est, and ia associated, a* in otb* t'«o*l regions, with slats, Uawstooo, * clay and sandstone. Begt...

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