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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 October 1845

FTAWA II t Jl O C K A C Y 13 THE LAW OK NATURE PERVADING THE LAW OF THE LAND. I Ml mm rim ATWP HY WM. OSMAN & 4 llllilllll U l.l. tM, UV Mll. MILLNKH. Maik i'ii" Rolik ii grulni that as I'rijjlilly lliruugli llii crystal gli, Mfiaufinj liy their cia-.i lu f.il1, llcavrn'n nx.t prcrioua gift lo nil. I'ausi h'sa, till the saml lie d. nr, " fire tho siluiil current run, Till its inwanl triasuro shed When another hutir is llrd : Its tak i-rfuriiuil, its travel past, l.iko inurlut mail it irsts at last. Yet, lot ome huml inert its frumo And ull ita powers rt luiii die saint ; - Fur ill tho golden grains remain To work their little hour again. Hut who shull turn the glass for in: n, From which the guldi'ii cturimt run ; Collect again the precious sand Which Tunc has scattered with his hand ; tiring hack life's stream with vital power And hid it run 4xoTHr.ii hoi u ! A thousand years of toil were vain To gather up one single grain. Spoken at tho Theatre in New Oilenns in 130. t...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 October 1845

S mi mii iv'm ii imlnipil lilf.1l Ittllll 4l.lt. Ul'V aw ... - - with the religious Sense beyond most :S"'" the Murmoi... Encouraged by these depoliticians around liim. Amos Ken- ' Amie, .t the ladall's family too belong to this con- returning to Hancock county, "relation. Gen. McCalla, the new '''1,e ". in undisputed possesion head of one of the Principal bureaus, "f ,h '; " .'ed. plundered the defenceii f K nou of the clil citizem rn i Urge wcale, Jiai a!so enrolled Ins name among the j . , . , . , 11 f 7i which has given Gen. Mctoi.cn, of Ihe 5;n dive "y .. . , Win .. .iituana. in. """"S1 u that branch of the Presbyte church called Old School, but his brother is probably less devoted to t!iat sect. Even father Ritchie was seen nt the same church tho other 1 I ll'l ll 1 1 my u urn wui not a goou exam3 llO . ' "JUSTICE A 13 EQUALITY." TilK FREE TJiAMK. Ollnnra, I II., Frldn Ctitln 3, TO OUR rATIJiy.l i. With the present number the tin- i dersigneu closes ins labors n3 one oi tho ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 October 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. for the Frt Trail r. As the editor of the Cunxtiluiioiuilist lias seen til to cx j' ul half a column of ininrrpresentaiioii in reference to the adtrtifiiiff uf iho I'oul cilfti-e in this tdace, it may bo proper for me to state, for the information of the public, that !- fore 1 gate the list of letters 10 the Fne Trailer, I obtained I lie alliilnvit of tlio publishers of botli llie papers printed line, Matin;; tlicir circulations respectively ; m! tliat, according to these slliduvits, the c rcuhuion of the Free Trader exceed that of the Constitutionalist by n large Dumber. A to the coiiMrtiction alt. mme d to be put upon the poet ofliee law. eonfining the circulation to this town, it is loo HiiDiiro io ccccrve nonce, j tie loliowing is the law under hich I have acted : "All advc rtUcuicnls made under the order tho Postmaster (irnrriil, in a ncwpapi r or newspapers, of letters tn.allid fur in any osl nll'ice, hall lie inrrUil in llie paper or papers if the tuii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 October 1845

THE OTTAWA F It E THADEK. t , THE Fit EE TRADER. " I'L'DLIfUuD WEEKLY BY W 31. OS MAN CO. La Suite strec, one door front lie northtent corner of the public square. i E R I I ! ! Tar.v Diliaih per an:iuin,if pail in advsn-e; Tw j D ilia as a ri rt cksts if paid wiihin i it m wins; and Tsusb Doliaiis if delayed , until ins tnJ of llie year. ; 'Alvsniaa.-nont imcrled al J! "-r square fo tha lirit insertion, au ! 25 cools f..r cadi subsequent imertion. A lilierul ili-'ii nl made I those, who advertise by tli year. p ijicr disc intiiiued i n'il all arrearages . ro ii'il, unices at ilm option ! lilt' eJilu . JU ml nunicati. in. to insure addition, must alnuy lid free ul' pjjuf u.'J accompanied w ill. ihe nnitior name. n titwwmii3rawpwwwww. liTsLss iams. TIIEOIMULUS L DICKEV, Atvriiey t Ottawa, Illinois. O.Tue on the eaal aide f ihc public Hjunre, beli'ea the M:inaii-ii Jl-iUiC and Cilj- llutvi. . . Oiluwa, Auj 13, 1313. iiu'.o. s. risiicit, Auoriti-y an. I I'uimsfllur nt Law ami Solii'ito...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 October 1845

PHI OTTAWA i TRADER DKMOCKACY IS THE LAW OF NATURE PERVADING THE LAW OF THE LAND. BY WiSr. OSMAN & CO. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1845. VOL. VI.-NO. 16. FREE TIIK MKANOW. n V T . HOOD. Surr.nier'a gone and over ! For are fulling down ; Ami with runnel lingen, Autumn'a doing lirun n. Dough arc il.iily rifled II y I lie guly thieve. And llit' Uock of Aaluro (ielteth kliurt of leave. Itound the lnp of limine Swullow ua lliry flit liive like yearly li nun Xotirri to uiu SSkie l fickle lumper Wrep liv turn an J hiuhIVikIiI anil ilny tn tlir Taking half-und-hulf. So Septeiulier endelh l.'ol 1 anil nuwt perverse Hut llio month llut I'ull.iw Kurc will piiii l, u Wiirie. WITIIlt IM t'OHIMJ. I)Y KI.1ZA COOK. Winter i coining ! who caret ! who eare ? Not I he wealthy ami proud, I Irow ; " Let it come," they cry, " what mallera to u How chilly the llal may I I jw ?" " Well feaat inJ earouac in our lril!y hall, The goblet of w ine we drain ; We'll mock at llio wind with ah...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 October 1845

slriile in the inarcii of human improvement! Sueli were two of the most me m rablci scene! in history of modern civilization. They nrcf steps that will remain impressed ii'.on the sands of time, the plainest landin .ft a ,,f ll ofiinmiT fl'tiv). Tlll'V have lent their crgv to a!I succeeding tunes Mind lias burst the fitters ofts feu Jul bonda?.or and now rejoices in the full . ercne of its god-like KWers. L rutj dwells no more locked up in cloister n. i. i, ..r r. o . i:i gen , me seiivw i i .... uu siirme uro now iiimi.wu iu nnj j)iHsiuj wo'rsliippcr. Its course shall he ever onward I There arc still dark places in the earth, lands from which the veil of ignorance and su perstition has never been removed, minds niton which tlie light ot trull. hasncver dawned, lint if nee after nejwill properly employ its gather ed treasures ; U Vie chosen guar dians of truth arc laithful to their holy trust; some generation perhaps uoljl.ir distant in the lature, shall behold the time, so long for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 October 1845

T HE O T T A W A FREE T II A 1) E It . The Detroit Free Preis says the warehouses nt that ilie nre literally overflowing willi frfijhl (lcslincd for ilie cast, and that there is now more freight in More there nnd al Ilufi'alo, than the present, linos of boats on llie lino canal can entry off. STOVES! STOVES ! ! II A i: i) w a i: 1; . Tin, Shed Iron ami Copper JJ'urc MANUl'AC T () U Y . dv.sl lttiv! I) J..tIAI.i:M o. m) COOKINCi STOVES, Of the Hathaway, Yankee Notion, Four 1'oilcr ami Piemium patcnis, assorted sizes. Also, .00 PAULO R STOVES, Latest styles air-tioht cloves ; coal Moves, fourses, all of which we will bell at Chicago prices, adding tlio cartage lo Onaiva. Wo ha vo also a lull stork nf h.iiidiv.ire. Consisting of cliplic springs, wagon and buggy boxes, Rowland's mill saws, crosscut, tctinon, liaml, paniicl, iron back, wood culler, compass anil bow fawn: log, coil, trace and halter chains ; broadi and chopping axes; shovels j tpades;' hay and inamiro finks: framin.r nml ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 October 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE THAI) Ell. ! t 1 i k j i i ! THE FREE TRADER., ' n"KlBLISHED WEEKLY BY - WM. OSMAS A CO, La Salle street, one door from f he northwest corner of the public square. ... i ..-.! TERMS! Tiro Djluhs per snnum,if paid iu sdvarrc; Ti 1) num '.nUMTT.fi"! if psid williiii rix m y(l4; uJ Tn Doiwsus if delayed unlit llic rnJ of the Vcsr. Adveiliiin'iils inserted at $1 per square fir the first innrrtiini; nl 23 wnlt for each, sub'sc(j ii-nt inwriion. A liberal discount wade to ttioso who .lverti by llie year. (X?N'o piper disc m'inned until 11 arrearage re pn'J, unless at ibe option nf llic editors. (J"j"t5.;n nuninaliom, to insure allonlinn, must at way lie free of parage anil accompanied with the authnr'e numc. CLSIXESS CARDS. TUEOPlilLUS L. DICKEY, 1 '. Attorney al Law, Ottawa, Illinois . OXiee on the east side of the pulilic square, between the Mansion House and Cily Hotel. Ottawa, Aug 15, 1813. g EorsrrisHEur" Attorney and Counsellor nt Law and " Solicitors in Chancery, ,1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 October 1845

OTTAWA IlIJjJ K-r . . . : , lo ' : . . .'. "it UEMUCHACV IS THE LAW OF NATURE PERVADING THE LAW OF THE LAND. BY WM. OSMAN k CO. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1845. VUli. V i. jNU. 1 . , t I'f.nn (lit) Ll.iliiniuio tiuu. . Cj'"',e following tti ircent (he readtr villi i very limiting n.trrjliva which aiirarctl in hit iaier a few wetks nin'e, in a n.'w I.. mi. 'J'tiry will lie n aj mill J, light, the bruuiy ami , harmony of iltu vrrm imp trting jintilic flf-cl to , an iiiciJrnl, cvriuiiilv, mt woithy lo ho tliui cuniuiciiiumuJ. mi; iiici.H ti ov i.titc i nn:. - : nr H. u, menu. ' At nmrn n pVln.t v-n'l awi-nt O'er 1,'ne'n i'ii.it.iIiI iivc, Mia tmru u tiuinlirj nils along 'I'lit! Iiejutiliil llm loam, ' EoMly kIu- 'l ruhc J llm Mi ran lake i , uowur lli.it known m t J y , L14'U her ulonu Willi hi atiuy liriulh, Lim litir tvjlviy wnv. All l v aim In' hi her onivarj cuurst-, Her pilot's I'juhlul rye Marknl, us lliu evetiiiii; fi ll, lier iort, uVnratli Iho wemrn ly, , Ami joy, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 October 1845

THE OTTAWA Fit T II A 1) E U . recruited, are called volunteer and the army, the defenders if liberty!" - Tiie condition of Mexico appears in the following extract : "Nowhere, upon my long march through Mexico, except in the valley of the Rio Grande, was the least sijjn of improvement, either public or private, either in building or ag riculture. The withering hand of j decay appears to be lastened upon the land; every thing appears to bejihegreu West. : J.; ..I J-.. . r.-t .! ill lis uunnnuiu fcei.uvuv, pa iiisi u f iiria anrl nprrli.ft will r :i rri. it. TMif I . 7 ' : " ' . - ... I IIDieCl. SO 10nT aeuaseu. IS SIIIKinri , i J ' , , ie mi lower aim lasier, it possiuie. i neir agCS Of vice and misery have entail- , ed Upon them destize, wllicll flow from generatiotl to generation, Sick- ' entnT" to contemplate, and disgustSnr, .lir.!,l. T.imurv. bliio'iie J Jf,.-,:f.. n.,fl ...inv 1 l,;,lmn.. .li.l .li v w - -. T 71 i u"""Jl "".V , . KPnQP nrp Llie i ei eunarv eiiLuiiiiieiiis ' j U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 October 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER 0 T1IK TTW tt TIIUIH. MI.TIPI.K Silent they ecm, 'l "rb lJ tUoughtful ey Glow with mule poa-ty. Yt might ipr 'ale, beautiful flower, Ma fiagiant and so bright t How young Lova aluuil so tidy by To rub old Time uf hi flight ; How the merry archer ben! liia bow And tent forth a tiny Use I, sigh Then laughed in his sleeve, when g!ame aud Dclray'd, lliry toucu'd the heart. Y might whisper f homage offur'd up At blight-eyed woman's shiine, And the wreath, of hope she grai efully wove, Where love and trust entw me ; Of the magic spell she cast around, Uy the low und gentle tone, And many a lale ul jest and I ruth. In pleasant liouu limn. Y ire wilher'd and dead, beautiful fl.iwera! Dut your aweetnea ha nut pas'd away, And thus doea the inilo of woman Iie.nn bright, When around tier are blight and decay i When the cloud and the storm o'ershadow her And the ailvcr links one by one riven, way, The love ihnt would shield tlio dear one btluv'd, Ascends in her iraer unto ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 October 1845

T II E 0 r T A W A F R E E T 11 A 1) E 11. "THE FREE TRADER. VVBLl'HKD WHSKLY BY WM. OSMA5f A CO. La Salle street, one door from the northwest corner of the public square. ' terms: - Tvro l)jLtmptr nnuui,if paid in sdvsnoe; Two DnikAit niTi csst. if paid wuuin six month.; ami Turn,. DoiLm. if dilayed wiiltheendof the year. , Advertisements inserted at $' per square for llie first insertion, and 25 cent fr each subs, qurnt insertion. A liberal discount muile to those wuo .overuse ny loo yr ity.V paper discontinued until all rrcaraSes re psiil, unless ai Die option m iui e.iimrs. ijOoin'nuoicati.-n. to insure attention, mnsi at way a be Tree or postage and accompanied with the author's name. , BCSINESS CJRIIS. THEOtMilLUS L. DICKEY, Attorney at Law, i , Ottawa, Illinois, Office on the essl side nf the public square, betwoen the Mansion House und Cily 11 tel. Ottawa, Aug 15, 1843. GEO. S. FISHER, Attorney anil Counsellor at Law ami ' Solicitor in Chancery, Ottawa. ' Collection! promptl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 October 1845

t OTT. FREE UK MOCK AC Y IS THE LAW OF NATURE. PERVADIXfi THE LAW OF THE LAND. BY WM. OSMAN & CO. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, Fill DAY, OCTOBER 24, 1845. VOL: VI.-Kt). IS.. TEE TEMEiil - - . L L - ' . i . , , . t roll Till OTT 4 W A FHKK T1IAII1.H. ixm iiiai.il to Mr AiatiTtn. I. 1'hitra it a Magic Puirtr t nlliromil t ' oii thy countenance, my cliilil. More olt iit iliun llie awi-elcM limed Of mutic'ii hui It U llie mild 1?ureii.iii of a virluuu) miml, lituwing willi iiiiioieine anil Ihvp To li.xl. to m ill )iiro, cli-iate, u liiu J ; Cm. fi.ling at the timid dole Yet firm amid nl'lirtioii') nloriii Firm in it. faith, in t'ricnil.liin warm. II. D lUiUtcr, ti;on life's atormy a, Thy fragile lunplc u tili-rini( now ; Far uut from nh'irc mion it will hi; he, Vhrru aJverie g ilea, err Ion,', may buw Thy geitle iiit, and u4 ot Thee, l.ke li.e whirlwind o'er the reed.--Thin Magic Power, un.een, will pour It) iniluenre ruund thru then and It ad Thee .iMy " to the mrl of ieaoe," Whore al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 October 1845

actor comet in with a whip in his hand, and throwi up hi left leg, when there is - no doubt he is on horseback. Striking up and down the stage several times, he stops and informs the audience that he has arrived at some distant place, which they are in duty bound to believe. If he hesitates in his rapid pace during his journey and treads a few steps cautiously and with an oscillating motion of the body, and then stoops down and begins pulling at an imaginary oar. the spectators musi suppusu mm c.pusuu iu l"c dangers of navigation. I "These defects, with the ludic- . t. . I r eL a f l l - at. rousiy paimea laces oi me actors representing lartcr generals, anu the horrid din kept up with gongs, an instrument which has been aptly compared in its notes to a cracked penny trumpet, renders all their his torical plays farces in the ejes of foreigners. Hie plays begin about the middle of the day, and last until late at night, usually ending with tumbling, and other feats of agility and stren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 October 1845

T THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. A smoking Anecdote. At Frankfort, lately, curious circumstance occurred, illustrative of character of the fiirly English and the dull German. In a colIVe room an Englishman win standing too close with hi back to the stove, strut a German kept close to him pulling the unsavory fumes of hi cigar into In face. The Englishman remonstrated but the quiet Herman M'pt puffing away t if he had not heard the Englishman's voire. At tliif the Englishman showed a fighting disposition, and maintained that no man had a right to pull smoke out of hi mouth into another man's face, and that flunking ought to be conlined to smoking places. The heavy German with all ilia slowness and giavity of his nation, coldly replied in the worst of English : "Ya, j'a, Nr John Dull, what right have you to romplain to nuke of de until of my smoke,' when your one coal have Inn burn and make big smell for ten minutes, and I nothing say to you !" 'J'ho Englishman, to his great discomfiture, fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 October 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. yHE FREE TRADER. La Sail street, one door from the north- , west corner of the public square. y' Two JJ.ui.in. per annum, if paid in dncc; Two Djlh.i xn run cdti if (mid wilhin "Sms months; and Tuuxii Dollak if delayed until the u.l ui lite ver. - Advertisements innrrteil l $1 pr square for the first insertion, and 25 cent for I'ueii ubequcnt insertion. A literal discount made I" tuue who advertise by llit-year. iyNj p iper discontinued unol all arrearages re pa-d, unli'i" at the option of ih eilitnr. r"j".iin n.unictbm. to insure attention, must he free of imuij and accompanied willi th author' name. ,..,'. BISIMSS CUIUS. , TIIEOPlill.US L. DICKEY, f,. , Altnrney at Law, ,,..:; 'Ottawa, J 11 inn in. - O.Tic on the east aide' nf Ihe public aqnnre. be- ' Iwcen tli Mansion House nnd City lintel.' Ottawa, Aug 15, 1843, ; ni GEO. S. rlsTlCU, T Attorney anil' Counsellor nt Law anil Solicitor ti Chancery," -" ' .?.'' ! Ottawa, Ill's.' .1 '' V Collection! iromptly a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 October 1845

TTAWA BADEBs DEMOCRACY IS THE LAW OF NATUItE PERVADING THE UW OF THE LAND. BY WM. OSMAN & CO. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 51, IS 15. VOL. VI.-NO. 19. THE 0 FREE A iiihi.i: vi: i y ai iiiiimh (ticslimi. What is slavery ? 'inswcr. Slavery is servitude in involuntary bonds. . What is the institution of Amcrican Slavery ? .?. American slave ry is a political institution. Uy provisions of the constitution it is national; but is provided for directly, by the constitution of each sluv chohling state. Q. How can it be abolished? .7. Only by slaveholders, or by throe-fourths of all the states in their respective legislatures; or else in conventions, if so provided. Q. Is slavery in accordance with the spirit and language of the declaration of independence ? 7. It is equally at variance with that declaration, and with the spirit, and general maxims of scripture; but the constitution, when framed, in after years provided for slavery, as the only condition on which the' Union ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 October 1845

I, that paradise and purgatory should be almost contiguous? But thus it is in all the affairs of earthrapture and wretchedness are neighbors ; the presence of the first proves the vicinity of the latter. Meanwhile, as we drew near to the Cove, the atmosphere ceased to be an invisible fluid and became a dene mass of animated life. Every breath was suffocation. Every time I attempted to make a protes- . i i ...j UiUOtl Ol UIJ KMC, uiiu upeiieu my lUOUlll Uir that purpose, tilU aCCUlS-l At IimiuiIi. then, after an inruhalion of n.n.e id creatures thronged into my throat j two momim. an article imeiided ua a i.j inl.-r t. and choked my utterance. Every M'.Kjn'rriiy mOii. Oavi j,amphlrt, baa sigh intended to relieve my ovcr;n"J' uppiaiouce in the Snnsumo Jjun.nl. charged boSOin, Opened a passage ; Strange as ilroay seen: to some, that the Journal, for tliein into HIV Very lungS. They f,r " a ailenrc, should only at this l ite day usurped all my faculties of sensation. ,",vf uViermi.ied w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 October 1845

i I, that paraijise and purgat ry should be almost contiguous? But thus it is in all the affair of earth rapture and wretchedness are neighbors ; the presence of the first proves the vicinity of the latter. Meanwhile, as we drew near to the Cove, the atmosphere ceased to be an invisible fluid and became a tlene mass of animated life. Every breath was suffocation. Every time I attempted to make a protes- . .... ... r ..... 1 l ... J lauoil oi my joc, onu upeneu my ItlOUlll fur that purpo.se, tllU nCCUrS - t-d creatures thronged into my throat jfo niniiiim. an article intended us rejoinder t.. and choked my utterance. Ever) Mr. llyan's reply m o... Davis's pamphlet, hm sili intended to relieve my over, "'J' M app stance in the Sauguino Journal. charged bosom, opened a passage ; trai.jrr it may seen: In nmr, that lhe Journa for tnem into my very luns. Tlu-v f"r " "'I''" Vi.u il only at this hie day usurped all my faculties of sensation, j ,"'ve determined to attempt renew ..i Mr. Uy. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 October 1845

X. Arrival af Ihe Mienaa.ltlB) Illbrrnla. Seven days later. The iteamihip Hibernia arrived at Boston on Sunday morning, bringing even days later newt from Furope, with one hundred passengers, and making tier passage in fifteen days. She sailed from Liverpool un the 4 ill inst. The Corn market continues firm ; and the fine weather which prevailed lam week at the sailing of the steamer, hav. inU been followed hy repealed and heavy falls of rain, the market, in the early part of the present week, acquired additional firmness, and eontinucs so, with a slight drawback, at the present time. Large quantities of flour are daily arriving from the United Stales and Canada. The import duty on flour is now 10s 1 Oil pea barrel. In some instance, recently, Irish flour Inn receded Is. per sai:k, and Canadian 0d. per barrel, influenced by the large arrivals from the West, which amount, since Monday; to nearly U0U0 barrels. The rale of Interest in Fngland is ris ing, in consequence of the scarcity ...

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