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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 April 1849

IBVJ ; Ur J L&?..iLrnrce3S THE SCAMP WHO MARRIED NINF WIVES. A Tnnop nr Uxn.irrv You-to Ladies. Henry Biamull alias Henry Eilwaid Bra- mall alms Henry Beaumont was lately brougi t before the Lord Mayor of London chained with hnvinc marrittl nine vounjii .. - . i. ..:.. " ri. I -... . I - -- j n...i 111 hi u-nniii mo now uvui-i. ic "Reverend Alexander Fletcher Elated that in the year 1839 he married Henry Bratnall to1 Ttebeeca Coach of Devonport . - . .. -. . . '... i no cer-i at it had tificate of inarriacc. which stated that ... - 0 i taken plnce on tlie Will oi -!." "r" duccd and ntithcnlicatcd. Elizabeth 1 mley I stated that the married to the prisoner on the j 25th day of March 1S33. He stated to her Tic stated to iicr that his name u-na Henry KUvvaru iseauniot.t and fne months after the man iagc he went to sea. Emily Georgiana Rose whoso af fections the prisoner naa gaiueu on uu- pus- t-uge to lnuui i acting as surg. p vessel in winch no was v.id she was a nascngcr was thu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 April 1849

ORTHERN STAND !? -m. LTrrr" - ' -1- '--- CHARLES DE MORSE. LOXG SHAt-L. OUR BAXXER BRAVETIIE BIlEEZE-TIin STAXD VIM)' OF THE FREE. EDITOR - PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS' SATURDAY APRIL 21 184 9 NO. 50.. VOL. G. -g- i w iwmiii " ll iLflMlLl '"""'. .r . - .. t -r- i i . D I T" V BY U I n V rt I 3 .- .. .. ActsaUfl KCSOlUllOn. passed at ho ci'cnd Session ol tar JLiur- .!" - IPiuuc No. 9.1 AN ACT mating appropriations for the pavmen of Revolutionary and oiher pensions of the bmlc-d Stales for the year ending the thirtieth of June one tliousarit eigm nuuurcu una ihi. ' iJe ir enacted by the Senate and Houvcof Represen- tatives of the United States of America in Co-iyrcM es'cmblcd Tnat the following sums be and the sire arc hereby appropriated out of any money in he treasury not otherwise appropriated for the pavment of" pensions for the -year ending the thir- tieth of June one thousand eight hundred and fifty: Vnr TPinlutionarv pensions under the act of the . cigMeenth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 April 1849

A V ink that a period should be nxed when" niter it should be free at a 'specified I i.m-n hrtfnro it remaining slaves tor That period I wonld saggest should be ..v.n lSfU): for on tins ami other ar- ments cf the system if adopted 1 in to a liberal rhnrgin so as to obviate as objections and to unite as many opin- n nossthle. Whether the commende- e operation 01 una sjsii;iu uu u imiu . . .- .1.- .. i. t i:nl er or later is not so.iinnunnni as uiai . shorSc be perna icntly jixeu'.froin which onlil look forward with continence to nal termination of 'slavery within the of the Commonwealth. latcver may be the day fixed whether .r iriSilnr anv other day. all born after suggest should be free at the age ot tv-fivo hut be liable alterwarus to nc d"out under the authority of the State a term not exceeding tnrec veers- m - the r- tn rnuK n Slim I.U1CICUV m liuv mu Senses of their transportation tothe Colo- . nnd to -.rnviue them ah outfit for six nths tfter -arrival ther-i. If tho descendant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 April 1849

smr 'tHTr ffe r & - kV Tn.:i..f !. oivll nml diplomatic appropriation b.ll w - co d. I oration a proposition was made by a wliifa instructing the President to enter iw .Bu tiationsv.ith Mcxicorto ccJe bach to her the territories of New Mexico and California. The amendment-was adopted m committee of. the whole in ordei to have latest vote in the Houso When .the till was repotted to the House die ayes and noes were called and ten redoubt'ably whigs toted aye. The re- ceiver of stolen goods is as bad as the thief; and these ecstatic whigs who denounced the acquisition of these territories as a robbery thus plainlyjrcfused to make amends for the wrong done to Mexico. The worthless dem- agogues have proclaimed theii hypocrisy to 'the world andjsoaled it by a public and sol- emn act. The whole whig party press de- nounced the war as one of conquest and rob- bery Tand the requisition of territory as a shameless and immoral transaction. Our neighbor joined in the city and blew his lit- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 April 1849

v.. "THE SUMMER TEMPEST. BY XT. . TBENT1CE. I was never a man of feeble courage. There arc few scenes cither of human or el- emental strife 'lipon which I "have not looked with a brow of daring. I have stood in 'the front of the battle when swo'rds were gleam- ing and circling around me like fiery ser- pents of the air I hae sat on the moun- tain pinnacle when the whirlwind was rend- ing its oaks from their rocky clifia and scat- tering them to piecc-mcal to the clouds. I have seen these things with a swelling soul t'mt knew not that recked not danger but there is something rn ihc thunder's Voice that makes me tremble like a child. I hae tried to overcome this unmanly wenkn'es's I have called pride to my aid I hac sought for moral couragt in the lesson of philoso- phy; but it avails me nothing at the first low moaning of the distant cloud my heart shrinks quivers gasps and dies within me. My involuntary dicad of thunder had iN origin in an incident which occurred when l was a boy of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 April 1849

THE NORTHERN STANDAR CHARLES DE MORSE. "LONG SHALL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZETUB STAXDARb OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY ARIL 28 1849 NO. 51. BY AUTHORITY. By lhc President of the U. States of America. A PROCLAMATION. "Whereas a convention between the United States of America and her Majesty the Queen of the Uni ted Kingdom of ureat liritam and Ireland was con- cluded and signed at London on the fifteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight which convention is word for word as follows: The United States of America and her Majesty the Qnecn of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland being desirous to promote the friet dly relations existing between thc-r respective citizens and subjects by placing the communications by post between the territories of the tlhited Stales and those of her Bntamc Majesty upon a more liberal and advantageous tooting have reso'ved td conclude...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 April 1849

!-0.WBGEE! MR. POLK AT MEA.PHIS. Mr. Polk arrived at this place at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning last. At day-break the booiuini; of cannon announced his presence and the comin.tlec of reception repaired lo the boat and extended to him on behalf of the citizens an invitation to partake of 'our city. At 9 o. clock he was escorted "through the principal streets of the city to the Navy-yard and Iroin thence to the Gayoso wheic he was welcomed on behalf of the cit- izens goncraly by Mr Spencer Jnrnngin in the following address which was listened io with profound silence by the dense crowd in attendance: Sir I have been designated by the citi- zens of Memphis to bid you welcome on this your jctum to the State of Tenncssec.Thc duly assigned is a pleasant task because-of the coincidence with my personal feelings and I hope on this account its performance will not be the less acceptable to you sir. There is here presented a sublime specta- cle worthy of the country .in which we live and a high ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 April 1849

1 J.'84J i.' 'it1 i m li'jj" j"tws. FRCM SANTA FE. .. The folIonTng'isaoes.traclof a lctfcrTrom the Hon. Spruce M. Baird Judge of the Dis- trict of Santa Fe to the Executive of tins "State" which we Have been permitted to copy for publication. It gives the very latest in-1 r4lt:A.. Tr. 1..f rnifrv mill will tiroba - hv be inteiesting to the public: - ..-. t i- lOit. ioiq 'Santa Fe Dec. IS h 1813. Utar Sir: "I have been at this place a little ocr one month anil have taken some pains to inform mjsclf about the country j The population of New Mexico amounts to .. l.nc-nrl ihn rrnrinet nnrtlip. ; . .hi side of the riser or within the State of Texas The population of Santa Fe is about 4000. b romtlic beat lnlonna- From ihe Galveston tion I can get on llic sunjeci u is anoui ouu tne State. Tins insaluablc rcniedj has nlicauy carried liap- rniles from this city o Austin and the whole' Judge Baird speaks of tlicso Sallies as pmess to the hearts of thousand- ami is daily gis- route is entire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 April 1849

When I reached my own vessel I carried Iiim into-my cabin and attempted to lay him in a berth. Hut he would not release his hold around my neck and I desisted from the attempt for a short time. It was with great difficulty that I forced a little rice broth down his throat lie turned his face quick- ly away and his grasp tightened about my neck. At lengtli'l succeeded in getting him to lie down. But his eves were fixed steadi- ly upon mc and whenever I attempted to leave the cabin which I scleral times did a low gui"ling sound would issue from his throat atid he would stictch his arms ap- pcalinglv towards me. His hands feet and temples! vvcic as cold as ice. Wc bathed him in warm water and endeavor to lestorc the circulation of the blood but when 1 turn- ed in at night and took him in my arms thcic was no change. The contact of his body chilled me. He placed hia little face on my bosom and lay as still as though he were asleep but his cvts were wide open and seemed fixed and motionl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 May 1849

CHARLES DE MORSE. LONG SHALL OUR B.VXXEB. BRAVU THE UREE7.E THE STAXDAU!) OP THE runt EDITOR St. PROPRIETOR. VOL. G. CLARK S VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATU RD A Y M A Y 5 IS 19 10. 53 BY A UT H OJR I T Y . Acts and Resolutions passed at the Second Session of the Thir- tieth Congress. Public No. 13. AN ACT to establish an additional land office in the State of Missouri. Be it enacted bv the S-natc and Ifjuse of R'presen' tetices of the United States of Am-rica m Congress Msunhled That so much of the public lands ot the United States included in the present Fayette district in the State of Missouri as lies with... the following boundaries to wit. Banning at the point on the northern bo jndiry of the State inter- seeled by the line between raises thirteen ai.d fourteen: thence south along that line until it niter- sects the line between townships fifty-five and fifty- fix; thence west along that line until it intersects ihe line between ranges twenty-three and twenty- fonr.thenco no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 May 1849

v V ; - .number of ladies were then picscntcd. Mr. THE GRAND INAUGUkAU lUiN ' Kuchanan paid his icspccts lo the President Washington March d lsU. Jam ;nt'roiircd some ladies. "Ah Mr. Nest to the inauguration ceremonies the J Huclianan you also pick out the prettiest la- grand inauguration liallin Judiciary square jdies" said the General gallantly. "Why. was the rubied of most inlet est most talked iic mith is" was the rqually gallant reply. iandJVotu vjiich U'.o jnost was expected "1 know that your taste and mine agico in pi cviolis to its taking place. The manngois that respect. What a number ol" beautiful ; 'bad suunikd ils praise from Mnine toFioiida women there is here to-night!" " Yes; I1 it'wns to have suipnssed every other hall Imvc been so long amongst Indians and'Mox- I k which had ever taken place cither in 'he new icans that I can sca.ccly contain myself; world or the old. Gung'l. whoso fame was surrounded as I now am by so many lovely j knovvii' to" oven nno.through the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 May 1849

worlftJiinlU'I "became ofage'which was lS2(j iMy mother lliwi communicated to the nature of the business ami gave me papcis and told me nil in iclation to my la- i upsday the 13th mst. at 10 o'clock A. iI. lliei's death. After I h.td examined ihe pa- as the hour v. hen his agent would call on pcis I said thcie had been foul play and that Mr. Astor and -leceive Hie $.30000 package J. Jacob Astor had caused my f.ithei "s death and accoi ding to prev ions an aiigpin'cnts with and also my uncle's and that 1 would li4c Olliceis Hover Heed and Coin the pack- satisfaction jngewasin loadmcss for the gcntlciniii.il Soon afterwards I secured the papers and ' '-me specified. Jt was called for and called upon y our lather and spoke to h:m j delivered .o.-n. ilu- inrormation I h.:d received. 1 he indivitiiin! whoioceived it iinincdiafc- not stating how. lie looked at mc utli as-' 0' proceeded tl ma Eroadwny and IhcncPto tnnishmcnt and appealed to say v.ithm bun- " gioccry on the corner of CliiTa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 May 1849

NOTICE TO THE rOBLIC AND IN- STRUCTION TO POSTMASTERS. Rtlalire to the Ralin-of Leilas the Return of Dead Liters Transient XiKtpaptrs and Ihe PoslnarhiR of Liters courted by the British United Sttz'es Iitx nclnnu. ilf-it's Hereafter when a letter exceeds an ounce in weight but does not e.xccd two ounces it will be rnted with four charges of -inJ.5 p s-la-'e; when it exceeds two ounces but does nol exceed three it will be rated with m charges of single postage; and so on there being a single postage for the lii-.t hall ounce a double charge for each succei-il-in" ounce or fraction of an ouiicc.hcv ond the first ounce. This is ordered in virtue of an act of Congress approved March 3 1319. And in pursuance o! the samo act it is required that letters winch are lefused at the delivery bv the parties addiessed.and letters which from any outer cautu umim u. ... ered to said parties shall be immediately re- turned to the. Dead Letter otlice in Wash ington under address tn the Third Assistan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 May 1849

83g Ip p M n H T II V R M f I II P I 'P fi eHjXH s0 sib 83 Ej oftj ogj c&6i Jbj ilW cia JLllli sab l rfet? J31&3 rJLlL g g X-- - - .n-ic-j nua CHARLES DE MORSt. i.om: mi 111 01 it bi-i;u i:n vx"s:Tiii:ujii:i:y.j-T:ii: sTVMi".:ti or tzih i-reh. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7 CI ARKS VI LLi: 11 CD III V K II COUNTS TEXAS SATURDA V MA V 12 i y- NO. I. BY AUTHORITY. lion to be made under the directum of the surveyor general thereof by expcnc.iccd ami I uililul depu- .. 1 t . . lies. o. an me sw imi 1 urns mure. 1 wine 1 are sun- A L """?. V .--V - J 10 overflow ami ...fit lor culm .lion : ...... a i.st "' --'"" -- " -"-"... .hi im in Ii maile oul. ami sriit.i il hv ln deputies ami surveyor general to the Sccret.irv of tlie Treasury uhn shdl appiovc the same so tar j as thev arc i.ot claiaicd or held In iudividinis. r. id liclli 4Jorircjs. AX Pldih No 33 Congies.s my conduct 1.1 1cl.tt.0n to .in im- .." 1.1 11 1 X AG r miUns appropriations l.-r the emcc of on tna't approval the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 May 1849

Conclusion of the Correspondence between Senator Brecsc & Gen- eral Shields. WiSH!M5Til.FfI. 3?1S1(J. It is with much reluctance 1 foil eumpcll- id to obtiudoen the notice .of the public a' Matcmcnt explanatory of a piivatc letter ad- ditsrid by use a few days ago to tin; Hon. ; Sidney Rrcese and published by him nith crirrrci.tF in the Intelligencer of thisi day. '1 ho facts ate these: . r. Rici-sc has been'- for n-any uioiiilis n creed ii-.dust liously i:i 'fitVitr'inuiinaling this iiinstiiijuriuus u-poils con-j i-miing me ihis only osten-ible motive being tliat inv (Mends bad bro'ilit ins forwaid as ! this competitor lor elecliou to the Senate ot A DEXiX'HA'l 1U IlKI'l'llLICA:; JOPHXAL the L iittcd fctutcs. 1 Irive licen ever since . Ait...:: inv visit to this citv last summer cegni- T" 0 I: J 1 I P tI T v! zant of bis cfTm Is.' unceasing tmreisiittiiMr lj l L' l Jj il l " il l b' and reckless to b!a t my character and PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN rot me ot tlio only wc.-un m "men i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 May 1849

v The Goveismcst Jexvels Discharge of the Tiro Joirscs. The X Y. IleralJ of TusoJaT the 10th mst. lias tin following curious statement i repaid to tins subject. Serine icry curious dexeloprncnls an about being brought to light respecting that notorious lmiixiJual Jim YYLb. mul the Gox eminent icwils Sooii af fusion ensued ns no pen can dosciihc. Well sheet biidgu xv.is open leaiing llie middle of tlic shcatn elenr; hut the vessel vc:c closely wedged together fiom bank to bank and the ends of the budge icrv s-ooti gate C1 A TJ" InlDTx'tf A rf1IS5 fife ? I II nined:-itely countcrac.:-. the ncixt!cs.sne--s ol cll.r j Afijlia.' yifixfliQ. WWhll! . ' fe:nal0 rame ulnch is the great cr.u-c of Barrc--; I ncss It will not be expected of us in cases m ioj miin YF.AH EIGHTEEN" HUNDRED ANT delicate a nature to exhibit cerllGcnt.-s of cures I cr- 1 more replete xxiih 100113110111 we cm asuii! tin nliiieted tint hiin-i JJ roHTvriirnTimiiPi. wonderful unexpected and astounding political and dreds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 May 1849

s5yajB to :.:i:s. ja.-.t:: k. roi.iv. nv jir.s. vsx s. sTi;pi.i.'s. Ladv bad 1 the wraith nf cr.rth Tw oifi-i f.ecly at thv shrine ilrigat gold ami buds of-dowy birth "Or gems mini cut the teeming mine A thousand tilings most beautiful. All sparkling precious r:-!i and rare. These hands would render tsjiti) ll.ee Thou nolda lady goo J and fair ' For ::; I uriti -tvl thoughts arise Of times uli -n all tliy I.mdniss lent A ihmis-md lines of Paradise To th J fleet moment as they went : Tlien all thy thought "ere wing'J v.nh light. And ev -ty snide wis c.ilniainl sweet. And thy ltro tones and gentle words Made the v.ann heart's bioyd thrill and beat. There standing in our union's hoimi jiv niamory ever pictures thee As some blight dame nf ancient Home .Mtnle.-t yet all a queen should he. I love lo keep thee m my nrnd. Thus mated with the pure of old. When love with lofty deed.- comhined. Made women great and warrior's Lnld. Wii-u firt I saw thee standing there. And felt the pressure of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 May 1849

1-1 "" Ja JLJL i&sJl Jal J Jlaia A Ae cJsi JLIh JLl) laS? cla 5ft sii &&? Mika rlalj eM. I c tr i fcHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. 7. rLt-a.ia.Lr-- -LT.fi. age BY AUTHORITY. Acts mid Resolutions passed at the Second Session of the Thir- tieth Congress. Public No. 31. .VN ACT making appropiiations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of government for the year ending the thirtieth of June eighteen hundred and fifty and for other purpose?. Be it enacted ly the Senate and House of Scprexcn- rot'otherwise appropriatedfor the"objecls hcreinaf-j tr expressed lor me iiscai year chuuik mc (......v.... ut'Junc eighteen hundred and fifty namely: LEGISLATIVE. For compensation and mileage of senators mem- bers of the House of Representatives and dele- gates seven hundred and sixty-eight thousoad two hundred dollars; For compensation and mileage of senators and members of the House of Representatives and dele-rates for the current fiscal year one hundred thou sand dollars: KV- rnrnnensalion ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 May 1849

sasai-j; iiiiinmit hcrt-tofuic appropriated for that ser- vice sixteen thousand dollars; To pay A. J. Glossbionncr for work done in arriiii'rinir and classifying tlio volumes in ilic copy-right room in tlio D-iiHrtiiient of Slate in eighteen hundred nnu lony-cigui wo hundred anil fifty dollars; For the uichase of u site lor a new custom- house at Norfolk Virginia twelve thousand dollars; provided ttirt President of the United States shall deem it proper l. make the pur- chase; To enable the Secretary of War to exe- cute the suircy and examination of the Po- tomac riveror.(T by a resolution of the 1 Ionse of 'Representatives ot the eighth August ightecu hundred and forty-eight fifteen hundred dollars; And the proviso contained i:i the art ma- king appnipriatiou fur the civil and diplomat- ic expenses of the government for the year .:niding the thirtieth day of June eighteen hnndrod and forty-nine and lor other purpo- ses approved August twelfth eighteen hun- dred and Ibrtv-eight whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 May 1849

V JSf -' LJ JLC . a. -tj. "jj r: -rf m r jJlS. u--r . -' . i I 3Qnaipohicianspersi?tm'carouig "1. " ' "unjust plains tlic American. poop.- - .. .Ji ' - '. - n.y- nmni-ra that -thnm rfnntKsihlo Ihr anv consci cii. " . -..- i ... -t- t ..w.rta ttmr V. -. . . ... . .w.- ---' - ' . . .. .. .. I ..;!. r.n. ii. KriZrL Thai I.at the Hon l.cnr ri.ii nnll Miiniv to Who Stnt and I o him -. m 1 .u . ..... ' - . i ... ... i. :!....- ' sell" in hrsUiiiiJiiopaiinii ." V. ' -. email oi hit for a pnlnoH-.OT ; p-'- .sans have amplified into a dimcnlioii as ta-ge asimirUiiio-i when it iiii P""llu '" prejudice and detrhnej: -. . t -...-.... ni Aiimx mnm inn i iva . the conleaciac &:C. Rrsohal. Tha' e disapprove of the doc trincs oftlie 12mancipition Letter of the JTon- IIeni Cla being applied to Tca. or that Ihci should be incoiporated as any put of National I-esWatinn as intimated hv some oftl.cUl.ig presses Nonho an.it.es and mislif result thci efrom A Committee to nominate candidates was than n...

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