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

so; HINGTONCORRESPONDENCE - " Washington- Cm ) January "Jo !S41). Tn. EniTon. t wrote to Major Hobhic rc-ii:c-tiii" ilio ndvcjiiiemont for mail scnicc to n-'k for hiils fir weekly service ori.uiie Gl?:t from Clark-ville by 'fan ant ami Kaufman to Jlufl'.ilo. Tiic following la hf replj. Please publish for iiil".iniJtiim f bid.leis. i Tin. Wtei n Star anil Argu-will please copy. n J)- -S- 'V Cntr-t Oi-Ficr. ) Jaii'y 'Jiilh. 1SID. 5 ;.. lnr.nwcrl(io:ir n !o m i elation in'muti! lill 1 have t ! '"'t H J"'1"" n-rvicc advoitiscd f..r is oii.-i- v.-k. 1 lu-io i an iiiviUlion for -.'.vice .ii.-o n l..riuiIit It will bo optionee with the lrj.ailniPiit at the lectins- to accept bid- for illicr niitnhcr of trip- Viip.ugii-ti..iwillbo noted to lie brought to the Poilmaster Concial a at rntion r.t the letlinus. 1 A.-s't P. M. Cca. J7jj. ). S- ivn.vi;u-- JJjiwe Reprwda'Arc At a meeting of the citizen- of Dainerlield mid vicittitr on the uioimv; t the ".Villi Fob Dr. rrccnian was called to the cha...

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

Us v-e V I -. tl 1.1 M 1 M va E& S3 ESS 3 sRiMS3tr&f.ut: CHARLES DE MORSE. l.OM.' MIAiA uL'U IM.WEIt UPaVil TUB Blli:ir.I-TI!n ST VXD '.W OP Till: I'RHi EDJTOr. fi PROPRIETOR. VOL. G. CLARKS VILLE RED UIVER COUXTV TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 17 1819. NO. -IfJ. '-Jl L1-KJ T.-n-r .'.el.. I. i Jk Jb ft wsS $i& xh& SstL h Mz-Mj diA dliBa e!sX3 &$ dla i&&& dsis i&7 liYJ'EKESTlXG FR03I C.UIFOKXLY. Six wrr.Ks Lvthr Ni ws. I. lo sfrcii"th and -kiii. Even these arc no: j vaiiocment; and whereas tho want of .ionic always sii'-ce fill. Mr. Atheiton knew one legiilar sy slum and the lack of laws und uf- comiintiy which went out from S.m Fianci ticcis ha.e ic-udcit dthe pi!ui-.hiiiciitofciimt.s ;n uilh al! the piopcr tools machines ami diliiciilt and ahuo-t impassible and tht-icbv . I . . ... .? - I I ... i ... 1 ... .1. accessaries ami ui -e motlliJ '..hut hit- iui wuku .u.uimienraii'm' .u:i it t.ie O.ic of Ihc .Veu Iori Fliuwcjrj of Cot. Stevenson's couimand in ilc...

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

-f-g-'-"".- - liJusgsr A tccvnt niriva! fiom Callao toports llmt the AdeHnrt had been taken into that poit.and the mtitii.ecis eight in number promptly ex- ecuted. 1 had received a request fiom the govern- or of Vnljmimso. thntigh Mr. Mooihead our coiimiI ut hat peit to .nucetnnd riife-kccp the Vdelinn should I bo fortunate enough to fall in with her on tho Mexican roast where it was supposed the mutineers might take her I bine the honor i he your obedient ser'vt tiios.'ap C. joxks. Commander-in-Chief IT. S. Naval Fence. Faeitic Ocean. To the Hon. J J"S V. Mvso.v. See'y of the Saw. jJ s ?jnre the above letter was written. MC bare account- of more minder-. one in the town of Sonoma. a::d another in the vi- c-iuitv. December 2nth. ISIS titavitfaci'URIXG ix flxas. l.rnorance ami J) ciiJiuce arc over l tie "-eatest obstacles to the prosperity of a new country . We were reminded of thi- 1 atoly in passing by some ot the irrea'csl viternowers tit ihe wot Id. We thought Jo o-r.i.1 -eswha- ...

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

From the Union TUT? ATTetr- at DPn'mmT JUL Mh.YC.u 1 IiUI UCU- It is trulv astonishing; to what cxtciil whig imnsinaJions mav distort tacts and circumstances to t;it srliculardu-trim-s. The opposition lo the war now assumes a new feature: it i- to the territory con qucrnd or acquired bv trc.'iiV The JMex- ican Protocol is the great bugbear of these gentlemen. !iey. who would have ..'..-i i.n .nnf.nc 1.. iiiti' mi iln wir 'uu;l1' ""- "" " -...... - ...... nre now opposed to thr- conditions of peace though these conditions are none other ihose ratified by ihe United States Sjn- ate. lbs explanations Given bv our Com- missioiicrs in Mexico ill the "shape of a Protocol are no new conditions in'ro- duccd by thetn: bn merely an cxposilion of the practical opera' ion of them as nn- derstoodbv the courts of this country. Had Mr. Webster or any o'her learned lawyer ol'reat Ma-jdini given (hem Jo i."-..r .T. .. i ..! ....!".. '... (. il... lilC riCAlCilil;-. ililii til.iii;-ll i il V- i'i lui...

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

5..t7tY: BiTTVt''-j-'- ''?-'g-"? zoom THE FIRST MARRIAGE. 'Inrnno i of u !.itc prior to sin itself the onlv relic of n paradise that is left us one btiiile that Goil lit fall on the wot Id innocence hugciing mid plaving still upon' Fiom Ihc Gal. .Yurs. I.MrOIlTANT CASE. A case has been instituted in the United States Court in Gulvcton of great interest am! nubile linpoitnticc. A citizen ol Kouis- it- sncicd visage 1 tic iir. marri.ic Hits I ;.. MS. MIL1 . t.1c oft)10 count)- of San celebrated bclorc Octi Imiiscll utio titled nil. e0 . a C..I7C:! 0ftja. State of Texas. hi own pcison the ollice of Guest Wit-. Tj1(. aYfciiJ.iiit h.ii pleaded in abatement of tie and Puo-t. I tho suit that Santa Fc forms no nail of the Theic s.ood the tvvo "..id-like form-of in- State of Te mis that up to tho Lite tieatv ot THE CELEBRATED FOR SALE BY OLIVER & CHATF1ELD CLARKsYILLE. j Tt n ? " ' v "! v? ja r it' n j n j i T Al U c. u l-i i 'tl it Jl Jj 'L ii. .Ii .ii a I I. ?.l. ISA LI.. M. D. TCTAVIN...

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

s a Uj i n . ; i CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SHALL OCR HlNMCIt BRAVE TIIK llltCi'-ZE-Tlli: ST1VD1RI) OF THK I'UK'i EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. S3 H B - ERA B H B a UR" H MHL H m. - " fc R1H KS4 E E3&1RM 3 J0 OH B H H IAa ki Mr iH B HR B HI fil u El HB HI fS 3l EHk HI fclf v3 ki 5 ivi f?A fc?5 w rd v k& JU i Cfl wk n 'Hfi! Is. yll H H & H Bri Er3 Jr-k 3t&l Xk K Pvi B-M? H 0 iUa & D H csa j-Hasia das! es3 ip' dtala E-a eSseS! dssa dlb ca dls 3 Iks ESX3 Ei3&-3 El a V&&? thtlti na ea CS g VOL. G. THE CITY OE SAX FRANCISCO. The following dc-cnpiion of thc city own abroad only In thc above name but to - inhabitants by the name of Verba Ruena t- copied lrom the C ahlornia Star a paper .iw discontinued because its conductors ' i ivc found more profitable employ ment than ' i income of their publication afforded. It1 apparently the description of a careful oh- ! - -ver drawn up ou the spot and therefoicj .y be regaided as oiiginal authority. "Verba Bucna (San Franci...

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

?IXjtjk jwjw jttWfCaa i liL'iV.tir . JUv i.A-JEr5TTi.. S.?- . ii - i j n m . r -'-"TWI i - -1 - i tH'.....i I ) 'n' . :i't fu!i "" mco to Vera Cm? as t- well uuder-io.'d. It would take five or six il.ii tor a perum unac- pi linlcd w.th lh rente to go to .Iexi- eo on horseback: by-'age he could go in four day. Froai-V-'ex.ico tolluadalax- ar.i it wouitlt.i'ce mk cia- iy sa'.e. anil shout tweh e dax- for one not areu-iom-od to trawl. The --aire f.ue from Vcia Cruz to San Was i- SI 10. .Vr. Anii.iiv then continued to speak on the IV.nam x U.u.c.?he S mta Pe Routt- t!i pa age r..ini! the Ilora..S.c..i-ce.0.ir column- forbid our enVrinirii-m into Xf- irvn- there win ?iHg-rgij . J w P( lis as it cciiM i...t ovei-e.-iimalc liu zed to lul m ndoiitmii these -cvcral amendment- to the duiim: the whole pciiod the treaty v.a- before till .ill in- pi.ile--o.ninl duties. treaty. Thi-dutv tmi will peiloim as the MuMuaii Congicss and tho article it-elf Zi . ..- I 'lft J"- U .- n-rrv" ra 'Zm ?TCV-seV...

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

.s. S3S3S-J3333B3Ka-33 5737: Telegraphic Report of the Cincinnati Enquirer. fourteen Days Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER JE UR OP J. Breadstuff's steady Great demand for Cotton Advance in American stock- Important from France Dissatisfaction apparentEighty thousand Soldiers in the Streets ofParis. Si. Joins. N. B. Feb. '23 IS 10. The express arrived last evening from llalilax uringiiig mo loreigu news per . .... ... .1 j ' . . E "uropn which had arrived at that port nth Liverpool dates of the 10th inst. I The commercial news is again favora- v ble epcciall as regards cotton audi Houses and other privileged person no American stocks. of course forietling all of thu retiring The accounts are decidedly encoura- cabinet ex-Vice President I)!.i.. and ging from the manufacturing districts. i It. M. Jomnsov occupied s'eats on the floor The JStock market i' improving a'e. in front of the. Secretary's dek. Mr.Fn.i.- American and English Securities are i Munco'cupvingthe Vice Presi...

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

BAR DINNER. The Bar Association of Mobile Ala. partook of their annual dinner at the Waverly House in mat city on Saturday the 10th ult. The toasts which we find in the Register and Journal are admirable. We copy a few of the regulars: Th Wctinns of Eurove Now struggling in ro litical revolutions. May they speedily secure our happy condition of Liberty regulatea by imic. fTOfu To all members of the profit s;on "he gladsome light of Jurisprudence the loxelmess of Temperance me siamiiuis 01 roru tude. and the rohdity of Justice." S9nmrr md TJfrralurc Thev lend a charm to nmrv nursuit. and make attractive every profession. To the liaw ver.tltey arc the auxiliaries to the high est success and distinction. in. ivn : ....... iiniinn fiii- ilio neensinn. hv l Mm Tvsn ns snnir with much spirit and .VrMtenm. hv 11. G. Pexbodv. Es. to tlie air of "The Hunters of Kentucky:'- SOXG AT THE BAR. DI?XER. Ye sons of Blackstonc Chitty Coke Of Marshall Kent and Story Gome join awhile in song aud joke ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 March 1849

aawaga-- w.naBiiii ! ' i :i:. . . memct h v"ixjMtl.fJ1JMUIJUMIU n miimji iimj CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SHAM OUR BAXXER BR1TE THE IJREEZE-THE STAXD VRD OF THE FKEE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED It I VE R C O UNT Y TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 3I 1849. VOL. 6. TO 47. a -t t- IlVGLO. VV. IETHCNC " Tu Manes nc U-de mcos; sed parce solvit is Cnimbus. et tenens Delia p-ircc gems." I do not say. ' Forget mc not Wlicn in the tranquil grave I he! " Nor bid thee come to mark the spot With bleeding heart and streaming ejc. Tliou hast been faithful to my life And when lis sands are nearly run Watch me bat through the latist strife Then let thy task be done ! I until J not bur in my tom'i A wealth of tenderness like thine ; Nor wish the spirit veiled in gloom That thtcw such cheering light o'er mine. Liie for the living not the dead ' Thy mission is to love and bless; And tears enough there are to shed O'er coasciuus wretchedness. Still like an angel smiling peace. Go whisper hope to hearts ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 March 1849

Crr. Marrtatt as a Mid-shu-shn. On the 23d of September ISO! he entered the navy ea a first class boy on bourd the Impcricuse 44 Bns. commanded by the il- lustrious Lord Cochrane. During his ser- xlcc under this gallant officer which lasted till the 18th October 1801) he took pait in more than fiftv engagements in which many ships of war and merchantmen were cut out off the coast of France and in the Mediterra- nean. Having chased a ship in the Bay of Arcupon Lord Cochrane resolved to cut her out and young Marry at t was one of the boarding party. He. followed closely the first lieutenant who headed the expedition and who at length after his parly had sus- tained a severe loss succeeded tn gaming the deck of the enemy. He had scarcely done so when struck by thirteen musket balls he fell back a corpse knocking down his follower in his fall who was trampled on and almost suffocated by his shipmates who. burning to revenge their leader rushed for- ward with impetuous bravery. The vesse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 March 1849

V Y ? ir '.- ar such measures as may harmonize the conflicting interests and tend to perpetu- ate that Union -which should be the par- amount object of our hopes and affec- tions. If any action on my part can be calculated to promote an object so wor- thy the heart ofevery one who truly loves his country I will zealously unite with Ihe co-ordinate branches of the govern- ment. In conclusion.! congratulate my fellow- citizens on the quiet state of prosperity to which the goaJness of Divine Provi- dence has conducted our common country. Let us invoke a continuation of the bame protecting caie which has led us from small beginnings to the eminence which we this d.iy occilp; and let us seek to deserve that continuance by prudence and moderation in our counciN by well- directed efforts to assuage the bitterness which too oftea m irks unavoidable dif- fereilSe of opinion and by the promulga- tion and practice of ju-t and liberal prin- ciples and enlightened patrioti-m which shall acknowle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 March 1849

4L. i in ii Ma From (lie Texas Union PUBLIC MEETING. Pursuant to notice a largf public meet- ing was hold at the Court House nt the Tmvn of Milam ou Thursday the 8.h day of March 1849. . On motion Col. Benj. G Hitr!:s was called to the chair and W. B. Frazcr was appointed Secretary. On motion the chntr explained the ob- ject of the meeting to be to nominate Vuitable candidae to be voted for at the .tpproachimr clec'ion (fust Monday in unist) to fill the 0!liee-s of ConiniisMon- rr of the Gen'l Land Oificc and lloating Senators for Eas era Texas. On motion of Col. J. II. MjIuic the lion. George W. Smith of Jasper County was unanlmorlv nominated for the ofiicc orcoiiimNsioncr'lheGcnl Land Oflicc. r t;.ir A. IT. Evans hsq. Col. 15cii llu-h Wallace was unanmiou-h nominated for a floating S.-nator lor Eas- tern Te.a. Onmotioii. Resolved that the chairman and Secretary bi-rned the prtx-tvilmgs of this meeting and that the .Name be pub- lished in the "Texas Union." On motion the meeting ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 April 1849

W HA Op 4 BR IBCP fctH 31 131k BP jfHtfl RN M Eg& HI M uk KSQ CHARLES DE MORSE. LOC SHALL OUR BxXXEK. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR Si. PROPRIETOR. VOL. G. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 7 1849. N O. :K THERE'S ROOM EXOCGH FOR ALL- What need of all this fuss ami strife Each warring with his brother Whv should we in the crowd ir life Keep trampling down each other' Ii there no go il that can he won Without a squeeze to gain it No other way of getting on 13ut scrambling to obtain it " Oh! fellow-men hear wivlom then In friendly warning call " Your claims divide the world is wide There "s room enough for all." "iVlut if the swarthy peasant find No field for honest labor ! He need not idly Mop behind. To thrust aside his neighbor. There is a land with tunny skies Which gold for toil is giving Where every brawny hand that tries Its strength can grap a living. Oh I fellow -men remember then Whatever chance befall The world is wide where those abi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 April 1849

1 KrlMAKKS OF GKN'L BUSK IX SEX- ATE UPON THE PROTOCOL. Mr. RusK. Mr. Pic.sidcnt as there has been n good deal of conversation upon this subject think it is proper lor me to say that I pre mine that al.itt the snnie time the hnnnra- hlu Senator from Delaware was shown the treaty anil protocol they were shown to me also. The pamphlet which I saw contained the treaty with Mexico with the protocol at- tached to it in Spanish and English. Wheth- er I understood then or have been informed since I do not know but the impression on my mind is th.it there were several copies of this pamphlet obtained as I understood of the Mexican Minister. I did n..t understand t'.i.it it was a mailer af secrecy at all. It was shown to me lv an honorablo Senator on this side of the chamber because it nliected t u very considerable extent if their he any I ree in the protocol a question in which the Slate- that I have the honor in part to rcprii-s-!it wa- very much interested. I conversed :i dm subject with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 April 1849

. ... i Tiie icsWcnls last Dftwlngooni 12 o'clock'cdnctday ciglit. 'JVoshington has nc er w itncsscd so bril- liant a company as was assembled tins iiight in the White House. All the lower rooms have never seen the President and Indy look better with brighter or more contented la ces. There seemed to be but one sentiment! v.1 umonff this large and animated assembly a disposition to pay icspc-ci m me- ntniug e . . ... i... ......:. Prcsidcnt. One who saw the crowd without understanding the character of the meeting remarked that it was the using ntl.cr than the setting sun so brilliantly arid so glon- nnJv .'oes it descend below the horizon. vu.-j - ' Vihinton could never boast of a more 1 n f or more splendid spectacle The bcautifal or amorc splend.a s pcctaclt. I he motive of he meeting the i.nincnsc multi- luae which ''' "'" s.....e. ........ o f lie raieiiL anu ji.u. i m e-e; unu uisiuiuiii- -me laicm ....u i i cu men una uc-icuiii.i e-...e. .... u weft; filled aud gaiety and refi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 April 1849

rOKTRAlT OF PIUS IX. Earlv in 1817 be Arcl more together with the pnnci'i c.fthc Catholic cliurcn in nine i omaiu ii..... . ni " i l.kcncss ofthcir illustrious duel. I hey con- rinded to send an American artist to Rome; i . it .cciiilt m rnrrppT mill tu.l iHniriii for this purpose and .Mr. Ames was ccor- ilincl v in ilea to undertake the joui ney. Jie accepted the proposition and took .passage for Genoa fortified with a Latin petition from the American archbishop to one of tho cardinals. Anived in Rome with the above letter the artist presented it to the Papal Court with some feelings ofnppieheiiion lest the cares Ail liia troubled state anil nis wen itiiovvii aversion to ghing sittings would prevent the i) .... -wlnrr tit Ins rrnticsL He nail ! II IV liuui ..vv 0 . i.. r' r..i .i..t !. ni.'lit be obliiied to re- tn i .-.iiitnr - I. .... mill l- .IniDC ill-nil :. all ill m . & nil ..-.- T - . .m without Imvinir accoin:ili-hed lii - llllll imm . -- . ". . . umk 1t.it his first in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 April 1849

t r - . .ij.iiLiMiiLjjt -i -'"-. ii".mmu-vji .'. ' Hi-. i.n .-.jit.jiTia..fcir.-jiA.ua3gjij J t ino a-MaTg 5WMT"rl'TrrJ..MJi'Mi" ! - . i i . . .. - OHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. 0. LONG SHALL. OUR EAX.VER BRAVE THE 11REEZE-THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. CLAR.KSVILLE ''" ' -' '-''---r. RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY APjRIL 11 1849. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. NO. 49. .... i ... jf-3r -mi I n n -MJJLiJUKUrT BY AUTHORITY. Acts anil Kcsoiiiltoiis. passed ai ihc Second Session othc TEiir- iicia Congress. I'l'BLlC No. 1. Fur compensation to the commissioner :n China I Fur expenses of tlic board of visiters one thuu- umler tlie ac'- to carry into effect certain provisions snnj and thirty-three dollars and sixty-one cents; in the treaties between the I'uited States and China ; rr barracks for cadets forty thousand dollars; 1'iir new mess hall live thousand doihrs; For riding hall two thousand dollais; ror hospital for enlisted men two thousand five land the Ottoman I'orle of eleventh Auuust eiyh- i teen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 April 1849

this the most imposing ami important feature " ... j I .1. AT f the fcUbieCt. 1 lie sacrifices WlllCnilie 1 or- us ibf "houts of leioiciii" over their defeat . . from the very men in defence of whose rights thcirlast blow in the contest was stricken we have seen their seats in the halls of Con- .. ... i... nn... i .. ..i. the miseiabla pandercrs to abnlition1 excite- ment who arc reevnised and hailed a good nenand true in the gtc.it family of national Vhi"s we have seen the cr.r.en hcaited Ucmocrat who as he humbly bowed his neck to receive the abolition voke spumed press viiuuivu vim ? uhv j " .... ...... xvith indisrnition from the embraces of bis r..rmnr oolitical associates onlv to be the IU....- -- more cot dially welcomed i.ito the ranks of Northern Whigs and by them elevated from the House to the Senate ofthe United States Until these things shall have been obliterated from our memories we can never allix our si"naturcsto any paper professing to be a ldc friends amonjr the No...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 April 1849

- ' -sgfcWVl-' -" 11 '- i J"or thi IVjrlhir.i Slvt-iarJ. POWER OF MUSIC. Music has 1:1 every age of ths world callel forth the warmest rssponsa ii t'u liumaa heart. It ha bssn saiJjto haves clnngaJ (is it wcm) the very nature of itis must sat age bjast of pre-. "The famished lion I1-.3 beca Lamia to pause over !i.s de- moted victim an J to iisliii with saomiag r.ipture ti tho stiain of music. ' We were astonished and compelled to give croJit to 'he aVne. quotation 1:1 tho coaductof the voracious mi-nil ami ta.t.ilul iTateUd"of"oury"ardi;ut recently their coum- uedproar ia ths carlur part of the mghl disturbed onr repose very much: in ilia meaatime. o w;re greeted with the soft bat thrilling sound ol the v.o- Iia; and whilst we ourselves were entrance 1 with the overpowering sensations of cvyawitc feelings we were compelled to notice the .C"ect that the strain of music had produced upon those animals. They were silenced and wc suppose by the power or iu strain. It would have added mu...

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