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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

CHARZ.BS B. FBNB.OSE, Late Solicitor of the' Treasury oj . the United States, WILL practice La\v>in the several Courts o Lancaster Coupty. Office in South Quee Street,.lately occupied by .lohn R. Montgom ery, Esq.. =-Jun^l8il84s.^p ¦- ;-¦. :r,ry- ¦ "; T&XMUBBL& lOOKHBRB! I HAVEjusl received a .lot of Polity and 'M»«'B'celebrated centre'draught' ' Self-Sharpening PLOUGHS, which 1 will sell at Philadelphia prices, with tlie ad^onortiie n- cight ^ ^^ ^w&jLo^Am®Mm$>. 4X7*ILl perform all operations Upon the *T Teeth that are required lor their prcserf>tion,suolms Scaling, Wing, Plugging, &c, •r will restore the loss of thtm, hy inserting-Arilicial Teeth, from n single Tooth, 16 a lull lett, d^rOlfice on Pitt street, a few doors Smith o! the Railroad Hotel. N. B. Dr. Let mis will be absent from Carlislethe lasttendays, in each month. June 11,-1)140. f^^^m^^ f^^wm% r ^ ^ DR. JOHN J. MYERS, informs His ^ & friends und the publ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

wm#® ~~- KIKDNE8 9, 'Tis this that awoeiens bitter woe, • .And chocks the rising sieh,, . ^ When trouble sinks tlit spirit low. And even hupe doth fly 1 r A gentle word tan soothe the breast, — ' -When grieC the heart doitrfill; For, ttiouylnhe soul be all unrest, lis power tlie storm can still ,— Can I)id the arigry.clouds depart, And heighten up with joy ^ The sky of love within the heart, *W That tenipeats wbuld destroy. How gloomy wotdd this world appear, Did not love's gentle eye Shine nnour path, the why to cheer; Uke radinncofrom on high! ' . Misfortune's hand.may on us ftill, .Andwither fairest flowers ; t> _ Yea, even Death, with fearful pall, Approach life's loveliest bowers,— Vet kindness drives away the gloom, That hovers o'er the snul... And gilds with hrtpe tha'fenrful tomb,t Though clouds of darkness roll. &

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

Mttm%Mmi%ym<i !> Tlie Sacred illouiUaius—flit. Calvary. BY TIl£ KEV. C. tI 11 BADLY. Mount Calvary conies last in ihe list pf '• Suuied Mountains," and by its baptism of blood and agony, its moral grandeur and the intense glory that beams from its summit, is worthy to complete the immortal group. Its moral height up man can measure, for though its base is on the oaitli ^ its top is lost in the JiSSSmLiliuaA^a^Jl^aiigelsJiovcutouHdits dazzling summi, struggling in vain to scale the highest point,-which has never*yel been latMied by even an immortal wing. The Divine eye.alone' embraces its length, and. breadth,.aiul'depth, andheighth. What associajtous cluster.'around- Mount CatvaTJ"!-"Wlrat lnysleries'Tiover"tTiSfe. "an(i~ what revelations it tnakes;to the awe-struck behbldei! Mount Calvary ! at the mention ¦^itahttt-name-tlie-uBJyerse-ihriHa—with n ii'etf enio i"n, and heaven trembles with a new anthem in which pity and exultation mingle in strange yet sweet' acc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

A Blow-Ont in Michigan fly JOHN BROtfN ' Among the droll story-tellers who.used to amuse me in the Indian country, was one Samuel Higging—pr jSam Jiftggjni, as we 'called"hjm-^who-in,ivaribus^capaciliesT'h"ad long been leading a kind of itinerant life, iri (he ;hear an'dtiar West. For many, years he .had been in Illinois, Indiana arid Michigan; iarid 'afterwards passed across the Territory of Iowa to the Missouri, country. At the tiriie I knew him, he.held a- small uppointrrierit under the " Department," iri a branch pf.the "Civilizatibn of Indians?-' service, and was slationetfori. the Missouri Eiver, not a thpur' sand miles from Fort Leaden \vorlh.. H'*pay_ was rrioderafefbrit it gkve'Krii.acoroforTayle subsistence, and the philosopher's stone ol the, wilderners—contentment—which ban. turn every fhing'to gold.. Often have, (sat by the hourlisteni'ngto Sam's.tales away of] there ariaong^tlie" ted skins. ' Theywere ol all kinds.""frorn grave to gay, frpm lively .to severe," ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

A-' AA .' .'"'.' . FemM'B«atft^'?;yr'y Those.who are becustbrhed io orilightbned views ol femalp. beauty, well;, knew that there'are" diff'ererit kinds nf i>ersbnal' "beauty, amnng which, that oi form and colouiirig hold a very inferior ranlr. Thefe-is a beatlty ,of e^pressionjifor-instarice/^pt^sWbetriesSf'pi—h'obility^pfiritelleotual refinenient,:pf-feehng; of animation, of meekuess/efresignatibrl.'anay many'otharkindiioftwaniy^wliic^lns 'ity^ill.iwu allied lb the' plainest.features! arid/yet may "* remain'to glve-pleasure'leng alter Ihebloem- ' ing cheek- has faded, and. silver, gray has .mingled with the hair,- And he'wi.iat rjjpr» ppw.erful, in Ibeir influence .uppnothafsj are', some ol tjiose kinds'M.l|beauty{: '¦"Foif/'after• all, beauty depends'mbre tippn the..,nibve--mcntsM>tthe4aoerthan-t!tpon-thft'ferfcofi r;th«l-ji featnres when at rest; and thus,a CPUtteijancct Jiabilually undeNthe influence, of .'ifaiitble fe'elingsjacquires a beauty'cf the highes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

' BOSITET. BY JOWN WILSON." A rtniiit Iny cradled near tile Belting Run, -A gletini f>rcrim«mi tinned lis brnldcil snow ; ' Lmii; lihd I wntched Hie glnry moving on, O'er tile still radlnnce nfthef taIfe'below; . Tranquil lis spirit seemed, and floated.slow, E'en.in Us very molipn lli?re was rest; _ *-.--- - While, every.lireillli of eve tlnu. chunctril lo bloiv,-Wofled the trnveller'to llys beauteous Went. Emblem tnethoiiehl oDtic departed soul. To whose while robe the gleam ofbli'ss ia given And by the breath o-ripercy made tp roll flight onward iri tho gnluon gates of heaven, \^1iqc£ In the eye of faith it hentenillicp, Ami tells to mull his glorious destiny.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

. A. Speculation. May not the human race be destined -lp underge the same process o'f childhood, maturity,, old age, decay,' extinction', as the .individual man?, Judging from the' history of the amrhal creation, (and what.more probable than ptljaHhero sjibuldbe an analogy . beHveen'the'twb,)-the supposition does-iribt seem . altogether fanciful. . 'Geological ,res?arP]heMhow na that the original formsiof organised .: beings constantly- underwent''a chnnget.of size and type.until.mariy of thetr) finally disappeare'd: whilst, those that have left representatives have bequeathed them to us in a mo'stdeterloatedand diminished form, as we.may see b.y comparing ihe.gigantic fosiyl iguanadon wi'h th^moderil iguana",— -When-ipan-antHhe-rlnrneslic airinuils weie called into existence, it is presumable that they might not claim too large a share of the earth's produce, or become unfitting colempbraries for the hew visitants—tlie destined lords of creatiom ~~~~ Has tha,dbysieal man ga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

'¦y y.; % ;.Thc ;fe;itaifty)/y'.;. y,> ¦ ^' ..yijfywi&r VQ'iito.w-.Q.)-^ '-: Already has the piy'URepeal beeri sdu"n. fded freih'the-KeysIene Stafe,'and an epra'ed ibetrayed; and t?jndigrianf vPepple > wiir^seVe ,»pon.tbe wpid »ntil it sh'al|,iirtg.fton,'Maine #.uM<l*;9.9i PWteiming, With•;ah irrairifiiiable-' .¥uioer.the-,!cohdomtiafiph,:by.the--J! 'KQfe;p. r TiilS'TJinp'H, 'ora;tiib.asuie that- sabfifices arid bjfe^s-dbwh'her/infeieSts'anarp^erity.tb MUd^lhprfp^nes^flbteigr^ifaT^ ; tbieiga J^y.e.ramenls.y^^^ ??^ ^^M^tsMr^i^sTH;1 cOAou^ iWdseua.iftibftck^tothb^epple'ofpENW <v^«A^. <?r^mff5r.SnW%^^ :!SpWtora>Ub tbe/.UiiltedT%»t6sf'SehatbFw 'bo :§^?Sk>?iM^^y?-^»iCu>'^ eis Javr^nlh6!>n,d; tXhe'vsDirit w blfeo3y: iit «!?* fih^ r landj:ari,l 'AlffiwliiUph^mfea: t.wi4fc^«;Jv>sv*'.^i, V*.;^^' 1"s.'!fi;;i3Si!»i5?~i!!J -«*-."i' »••'¦-- !vf K!lt.''^£? '^^AJiK^'^i' -^'i' !* Ability or Intuits, and chofceof Irt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

PUBySflED EVERY WEDNESDAY. 9FFICE in the Smith West angle of tht public Square, back o* the Court.Houst ¦ ,•' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ": Due Dollar.odd FlfW'cents a yeai^m adVancB. Two Dollars, if paid Within the year. " . .)ne Dollar for six mbnthb. " ¦ Theaeierms-wlll bo rigidly adhered tor-i— • RATES OF ADVERTISING, Adyijrtl^ementB; making fifteen lines or less, will be barged at the rate of Fifty cents for oho insertion,— tirec times for,Ono .Dolla'f, and twenty-five centa for "verySubsequent insertion. Yearly advertisers will . be charged at the following rates: One Column, with tho paper, for one yanr, - #35 Haifa column, ^ dp;.^ ^o. c ^ #13 Twd Squares, with quarterly changesT '-h "" T#10 Business Cards; with the paper, " " f 5 - JOB PRINTING^OF; EVERVvDE§CRIPTION..-Such as HandbtUsi B|'ankfc.Clrculars and every other : frier licaci'iinlori.oTPrinting, executed~hansomety and i . ^T*dit^^usIy,;andJ avthe^pWEi3, t, PRICES. ¦ »

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

- ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ,\ i ** '; t —' A*V\-*-¥t~£V(i \ M^sy iipj^g - — s,!ia,'w®S*~"^""^ 2riy~:;" :V '_.. '...'C'iSJUtlSIiBi^A.' .,«' r^iis^ sDiTT- ^^^6 ^ 1846 ^- Pot tbe Repeal of tho British Tariff -y *or 77 of 18461 , . .^¦^FOR CANAL^COMMlSSIONER, JAMESM, POWER v?::Bp5>F-M^^Ii:r county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

Sl'f^iyJiay^^iib^aiMii^ry? , Tith^VbUblite'brpossessed'ihesmblJest grain ' •at hpnGsly,,trutli or fwn^ss^iti'would frankly. .state^Ujat^^^ o*$rltt;-tte0ug -s passgS^h^rintbiJ^^ and^tatnvhsnp'eijffl^ iotiaimight'Wwe.bejijri, lie solemnly pledged himsfeif by relibatetiaoltfers tpitoiirtiy th^bct of 1-842, and-"gd against any repeal or trjpui-(icatioiTofThat act. TlioTpfaClj5nl-working of llieTari(i"of 1812 convinced Mr. Clay thnt it was .a wise and judicious law, and there; fore, even if his previous opinions were agahrst il, he,did not hesitate tondmit thefact.-Aflcr cheating the People once, tli? Volunteer adds 1irsuifiT6 injury by continuing its tnisrep. ressptntioiis and falsifications of Mr. Clay's course on tlie Tariff question. - The Whigjotirnahtythe J/eroM'rflliis place not excepted, wilh that disregard 'for truth for •.¦Inch Ihey are notorious—4>ie exerting (heir hesl efforts in trying'to make it appear lhal lheDem6crats_ot?'Pennsylvaniacpmvniited"X fraud-upon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

^^^l^^^^^lfR timojjftM^^ip^bsran'i'ritbreffi the follb|jingciamttfts, which we give tabjif; ;j wsfaWP$&kt ;:-: '- ^ ¥¦¦" am pOiiftKa'.gfeiit^ii|blecti,ve principle lot^lfiel j WiiigiPArMjP^S0 issite'with.its,pp'i?piie.iitj?b;et, % tpcpf 6cb5B?E tloln i ji onli ptlrtyT^-lb't, (he'/ppbl® '* dbbidbiblr]o'ft]|UlbvrnerUs of .tHa.care^ah'dyy'' ' its i^en'lg,"^ith'"^'Proper.cliainpIbri.and."slaii-" dnrd,bearprrleytlieJVVhig-parLy-rise_oc:jl' alLL J I say it fearlessly arid boldly, there arenot one hundred Whigs itf the Union who would;) nptrtathOTte,e;'Herj'ry.Clajffith.67tilShl^ir^lSb5'.1 pafiipl and generous Keiiluc^y. slat'esmnnj11^:' God bless hilri?—^elected Pres"itlep't,t^itn"any" ¦> oilier mari throughout the wholeJ'oig'th (ind breadth ofthe Republic; but, still', if he (5^ not or will not consent to be again a candidate/ the Whifts. everywhere; South,"NbrthV'We^/ " and"Jtlnst, pho'ulu resolvaas.oneman to bury,. all seciional tcelirigs, all ancient grinlges alid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

tMf^iiffSM^mMmsnm\&mi&f/ \: ISTCrlifeqffiSSSKGaf^ i:|feugh|om|littr1ar^|oMt^ rap>r,Ayh"' q;'|v'u8|t^l!|^^ | ^lb3t:%^iiil|6^^|f^pca^ r^rwiSgr^^|IH -^ufa^^ [mth|fme^oral3eSat|p^ i^-- ^^iMM:S^: '^W' "It is indeed a nbiable p'rolon'sipn lo set jip tliat; .'because iJeniisylvairia"mtsJtoo--I6NO^ RAW75RD S'l'UPlT)To~U"now^wllat^were lhe_JSSUE? involved in' the ^ Presidential ' d^^^'^t)fs~\ho^\or.a.diSioi^':'m^ifiSctuf-: jws fbtiCongiesB to adopt apy measu'iespbnf Sfich asi'thaji', IGNORANCE"or_ STDPIDJlr ftjgydictitle or.approve.". . ; ." '..' We PhilaUelp'hia Times, which'was. bub qf^tli'ev^lui'ies,.comtneiilSr.;pnf the -above as foll.pwsl "Alas! poor, despised, betrayed; : ¦ : dpwp-lrbdden and insulted' Pennsylvania!—What! evert South Carolina making game Of US'? rAnd has it been for this that she h»s labored so.long and successfully in the rrfhks qftpempcracy i..^What;!aauhted-. by, Soulli Carolinft) tils' landfotl'tiuzzards and Bowie Knives—of,nuHifiq^ii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

^^lifiS^pSp| ¦yftmrn.ifi^^hmi^'M^mpt \- Highly-.-imTMlmi ffl^inav^ . j. iidei>amrnr;mm An,uMr^ xmcMfz-• .'• ' -^-Another' Revdmh in¦ -M^cd^P.tepftri-,-¦ iiims'in Mexico tofMnyfa^Jl^wMhc , . United Staie^jlmitinrfem-St ofi¥f0^.' granted, ^c.- '.1&' '> *^J *'¦ ¦ -'':'(<y'- p ¦ -7riie-packet_Hhip^deJwde,Xapt._Adam8^ arrive3~at3S' ew"Yofk on TliutsaayfroTtrllip;, y.aua, ,\vheiice, she sailed on Uio -?^hjnsl.— Th^e N'4%'' ¦ ¥$& ''Hofaw'fiM'jfjfbeejved rior full; IS^l*>! T*^°'. ^t°J^?'^t''s-'rta''antl",iiei^*?'^-i'c 7« J/a6«fin to the fllh, ahtl"Er)?q«fti'icano,'"the' Vera Cruz Indicator, and El Monitor llepubh canoof JVlexitiq to Jhe )st.iiigiaut..,„.. ,. ., .._,, The news thus'received is of an highly ¦important character. ;.- The English Made steamer had' arrived at Havana Irom Vera .Cruz. She brought intelligence of a revplution in Mexico in favor of Santa Anna. Soon oiler lho arrival of tho steamer,. Generals Sanla Anna, Almqnte, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

W ^rM^^^^^^^^^A^' "~ fWKjllPlir'Eff IWIVL8. FOSTER « y^kXMp pr British Tattfiof }~^0P!^|g|hh8ylvani5i78ays the Rea3tng:yy JoufnBji, hefS ^ is trie.issue fairly stated. The ele.ciibifeof|A; MES M. JJOWER will be-re- ¦ gai$3d;all pver the Uniob as evidence .not to bejiiisuiikeHit^^ noMtrbe^PROSXESTEI)IINITHE DUST," or her honeStvoters CHEATEb, .alid HUMBUGGEp.^vilh impvt'nity—wjiile every ^ vete polled- for William b._-foster win be «¦- deemea'an'expressibri"'ii?faVbr'-of FREE ' TRAtiE aha tire BRITISH/TARIFFpf 1840. MARRIBD, -c a,n p1 , nS!Jte!jur8.' ""Tntlrsdoy Inrft, l,y tho noY.'J.' .. M'oniLmK;^tJ°J!l. V?',','r,'B'',0'"Ml« Sahah n™«fr!Xi"lbl,l,'<irilt>'>>Pilentownship. - , s,?oW^raMi™y'by ttK *»"••.Mr..predebick Moit-^>S&rh, l°„K "''°Mto E..ZAOBT.. Son,:. l^^^tV^&^Vi^Z%%T a-m»-f^\tmu^i^^^^^ norft », --^Accotnimnyine ttonbovojymeneal -notlu.-.'W'iijit. - ceivedfrcim lho;bappxcouple, 11'eoortly'sllco of moil delicious Iirlila!'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

O^rDon't 'forgel Ihe Delegate Meetings. '- Whigs, on Ihe 20th inM. t>end gootl men. and.let '•' union and harmony" he the motto! (ft-The Harvest Home al Doubling Gap Springs to-morrow, is expected, to al ract a large crowd of onr Fainicrs and others. -An address will be delivered hy RW^atts, Esq., and the day will doubtless be spent pleasantly by all who attend. * ' " OJ^AV-o aie^indebted tu the attention ai-—lthe-Hoi*-A*p«Jiw.^xj3XAiUVJj^^ a handsomely printed copy of his speeches, deliveied in die Nalional House of Re.preFcnlatives, dnring'flhe 1st Session of the 20th Congress, in support of the Tarifl' and Internal Improvements. These, are subjects wilh which -—Jl'i7f^i^lKifbiiglTly-atKl-l"'raeti«iI|.y-eonwr---sant, and liis views upon them ate of much -rr^taatrttasss-^tnTKlo^ ' villi the great loading topics ofthe day. New Svbscriv.ers.—We. aro indebted to a '" friend in Shipp'ensburg.—one of the nobtnft Whigainihe I'ppcr-Krjd—for a very consid-, eiable accession to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

Reduction of Fifty'Cents a Year! IT-Wo wish onr friends to remember that the IlF.itAi.n and EsposiItou is now furnished to, all who pay at the lime of subscribing, or to old subscribers at the beginning of a new year, for- One Dollah ami Firry Cents per annum. This makes the_Herald the cheapest paper in the county ! Lieut. Porter.—The remains of the gal. |aut Lieut. Porler, who waslbutchered by..theA Mex:cans on the Uio Grande a,few. months ago, arrived al Chester, Delaware county, ins this Slate, on Friday week, and were interred in Ihe F.piscopal buiyingground on Saturday allemooii, wilh Ihe honors of war. Thus are different communities-doing honors to the remains oflhe Naticn'c butchered children, who won lor themselves immortality on the banks -of-tho=far ofi-RioGrando. ¦*-grateful Nation will never forget her martyred sons. - An'RoimiAiioNS.—The-following are some of-Hie approptiatioris of the late session of the present Congress. Other appropriations were made, but we li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

. —y-tater- from—tiieHfarmyr——'-• a¦'.. . From the Baltimore Afgiis. • ';.'-.' : | ¦'¦ A gallant officer..of the"United States Army has:taypred ustwith a letter, from, which we make the following cxtvr c. It is dated -.-." Cauhkcp, (Mexico). Jujy,31,rt>l'6.p:, "Information.that I rely upon is,_!hat Gen. Mejia, with the remnant of Arista'sjarrny, 4,00p .strong, is at Cadereitnj ,-a tnwn thirty miles bast of Monterey. This Town has ja garrison'.'.of near l,q00:meti,l(regulars,) la population of 15,000.* Gen: Paredes has al San Louis dp Potosi. on the 151h instant, on his-.way fri Monf'ercv, with' 8,000 regblar trpops; he has also called oh Nuevo Leon for 8.6fJQ.itclivp ntililiiipfrom this department of Tamnulipashe'ex^ecls -3,000 m"ore;rrnaking his euliie force, when he reaches'Monterey -on the 16th or 20th proximo, near.25,000. .•' General-Taylor isslrainingjeyery-nerve to apt there bpfwe. him. but caunjot now ppssijily '.'o '.^o liutil the 5lh Or .lpih.Septerh'ber";. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

Later from (he Army. . • Front the Inst'Soiitlirrn papers. A letter-'to Uio New Orleans Picayune. dated Mnttampras, August A, says:—General Taylor, and slafl leave hero ,lo-day for' Cai margo, andiill Ihe troops arc 10 lenve by about the .10th instant. Gen. Twiggs is left to superinltendthe tuovenient of the Iruups now here and thnstj that, aro to arrive, lor a while al least. Ho is in-excellent health, and was pevpr looking heller. Col, Clark of llie 8th'Infantry, will be left at this placuin cotiimnnd, after all the troops have been forwarded, aqd will have two companies ol artillery and one regiment of volunteers under him.— Gen. Twiggs wilh Capt. Mav's four coinptiT nies ol dragoons, nndpapt. fiidgely's battel y bt-artillery, will bring up the rear us the army moves lorward'. ^ The subjouied particulars wore obtained -personallyiftoinJiieuh ^Lee, of the 8th Infantry,'whoarrived in Charleston on Friday last, direct .from (he".Army. He, states tbiUGen; Worth,'with his brig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 26 August 1846

, v,:;.,cdtrN3JV cosarvEJN'sioKr. . 7 1 \ . . r-r-^-r-. : Whig '-.Standing Coniinittcc Meeting. k'"' '" *Ai a meeting of the Whig Standing Com-• '":".<»[«<!?: of' Cumberland 'counly, bold at "the -^priuiic hoiso of Mr. Henry Rhoads, in Car-T^fi^A^nothpR^r^ • yorgahiied by appointing L. H. WILLIAMS £sq., of West Pennsbbrocrgh, Chairman, and, • TYlbMAs'Ciu.p'MEAn, Jr., of East Ponnsboro','- "• "Secretary. The following resolutions Were . 'unn'mmOtlsly adopted, viz: ' . •, ' Resolved, .That*tho Whigs pi Ihe cmuily be jeouestedio meet in their respective tpwn-• .Ss and boroughs; 01, ?4TURRA\ the 2Bth instant, and bled /tro Dckgatcslo repte-Bent Iheitf.in aCoiinty Conyentioii.toJ)eheUl_ ^frSriisle'oHl 1laWiiio 4lli of Scplemlicr next, for the' purpose of nominating candid.^tp; lor the diflerent offices to be filled at the approaching General Election. - Resohvd, Tliat in the selection of cani|>- - dates, it is highly important to select such - ttien as aro qu...

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