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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 May 1849

Ifc wrrjAuf. JTry THE LAST MBLODy. The Emperor Alcvnnder Mas dead. His next brother the Grand Duke Gonslantinc was the natural successor 'to the tin one of .Russia but by a deed till Ihen k;pt secret Constantino in Alexander's lifetime had re nounced his claim to the throne in faor of Ills youngest brother and present Emperor Nicholas.. The accession of (he latter to the throne on the death of Alexander not only excited gc'ncral surprise but an unsettled feeling soon manifested itself among the peo- ple and the nrmy. The time appeal cd fa- vorable for the breaking out of the conspira cy that had been funning for some years; and an insurrection took place at St. Peters- burg on Christmas d.iy lS2o;btit the move- ment of the conspirators u as too hasty and their attempt not being well seconded by the troops failed One hundred and thirty-si's lendeis of the rebellion were seized tried and condemned; and almost all of them were sentenced to perpetual labor or to exile in Siberia. The Ji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 May 1849

.. g553j ISp J5 "If f- EP ffffl "Ifl !ff lPTC tjh eI3E& P5" F&l V3 5ki3 ED oi2S2D PkI 353 EliS X3 M lis 1 1 ft H 1 1 fe$ A H c&l cM S Jsl A CHARLES DE-MORSE loxc sham orii BA?:xcit isiiAvn tui: niti-nzr. Tun stavdauo or Tin: ru;:n. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. CLARK S VI LLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY M A Y2G I Si 9. NO. r VOL. 7. BY AUTHORITY. o 1...I l?.-.-.-:; ... - l 1 .! .mi - . I . w c'M i mo ji.ia- tieth Congress. Public No. 32. AN ACT making appropriations for the support of the one Be Zativc. assembled are hereby. VT '-' . . LIj' i. i.;i. r i. 1 o. me army or . .a. ...u. ........... one thousand ci-ht hundred an fifty. "JLL I.:Af i.!"j" j . 'j !-... ' twentv-fonrth Xoemhsr. ci.'litecn hmidredand fur- iii'MheXauticil AIiuiu-for pi'ihcuiun; mil tin ..li m.Vi-ii Immlred and liliv .lulb.i-i l.ii..ilr.l .l..lln ' ' more as we now arc. we would be as : uiuusauu went iiuiiuiL-uauuuui. ... .'. . .. . i .1 " -.- i-.i... v i.. ....:.. -------- . j i -.. - it cnrctcdhvth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 May 1849

COL. Fiovi Ihe JWi'Aoml In cUigenccr. FIIEMOXI' AND HIS PARTY. A in hemic Prticulaks. consisiedofaieseivc.il inurcaroni bacon t-otilliewi loule the old route liy ihe liio sugar clc intended for ihe I..t cir niity. Ati.ijo llie Paso del Norte the soulli side of It was indispensable to send for iclief. I tin" Gila ctiteiiug California by the Agua asked for voluntceis for the sciviec. r roni ralicntc tbence to Los Angeles and imme- thc manv that olTuied I cliose King Black- diately to San Francisco expecting lo Fget enridge Crcutzfelt and the guide Williams; there in Match and hoping for jour nirivnl and placed the party under the command of in April. It is the first tune I hive explored Kin" with duections to send me an express an old load but cannot help it now I shall in case r the least delaj- at the settlements move tapidly taking with mc hut a pait of It was the dav alter Chiitinas that this little mj pastj . The snrceijv has been ttninUrrttpl- paitv s-t out for iclief. That day ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 May 1849

-. t- W Jsnsjxrrsc -rL.' Thus ended the organization or disorgan- ization of the California expedition. That they will reach the pass there can ho no doubt. Each company is sufficiently strong nnd well armed to make the'.r way. The company under ;npt. uiiucn mium. TERRIBLE SHIPWRECK Among the details of the news brought by (he steamer Canada was a telegraph noting (lie loss of the Atnciiean hark Flniidian oil the Long SindsJCoast of England together to'tning a spy company from the most c.xpe- with that of nearly two hundred passctigi-is il efficient woodsmen among them. ' A corrcspondei't of the London Mm nine on whose "uidance and direction they will Chronicle writing from Harwich under date j isk their safety. There arc in that compa- hc 4th ultimo gives- full parlictilais of the ny some persons whose expetionced in c.x- distressing occuircnco. peditions of this chaiactcr will he a sure' e lc.nn that the FHridian was owned hy Guaranty for their success and safety such Mr. E. D. Il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 May 1849

1 SCCSCTCU "THE CELEBRATED I S2lL233f!2BSA3Aa33 r r 1 1 j -r --. r . p'.:iaArMtn The surrender ot mc c::y "i """"".'"- 11T- i. T . I blAK HUTKI mTiT OOfyT9TUTEOM From -Tin-r. rnttVEKTlvN 01' I'itP'illill '" "" IJIIII.-H ". li.-. . r- t I.... !... !i.u!v lltmnllll-! l!IIIIIEiilEIl ri:oi:..s j. r.ocf;pe J.J1S K. Doing reuESS rftcld. C I. A II K 5 V I L L V. tOP TIBS STATE OF TEXAS FRIENDS OF CO .M0N SCHOOLS. The undersigned deeming that Ihe great rnu.c of P.pu!:ir Education in the Umlcd Males in.ty he udtni.c .1 :tiul the i'U'itiw.s -... r.:...? -ti .ir!liind nod ;lt miitiztl. lie -.i" JUliuniy . i''13 i"--" "-"-v I cod. . We find in an English paper the fl- Inn in" arci.unt-of tlfe Ueiisliies tthi.sh fell A TIiIS Well known Irrge aa.I Com ' M n.id:oiis KiuMisinm-at isf;:i as' W AXD THE CRUIXANCES I T II T TI H RULES OF V . j. & j. n. nocER.s ATToiixsrss: at r'.v. rt ISVJ. nM.if. into tiie hitnd- of it- ei.pl.iii.: ' On the CM I M.tpr Wheeler coinmctirid In- :rvii!'( he- i".ir the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 June 1849

CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXO SILVIA OVn V VXNER. BIIAVK THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF TlIE TREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 184 9 NO. 4. "- i i 1 1 1 lja &fr4Juu'.g;;!Liii AUTHORITY ACIS ami Resolutions vassCsK at the Second Session of the Tim tieth Congress. Public No. 17. AN ACT amendatory of an act entitled " An act amendatory of the act entitled ' An ac m incor - porate thcTrovidcnt Association of Clerks in the Civil departments of the Government of the Urn- ..j o... .- .! a. of rviimi- -n. proved 3d March 1S25. i?e i enacted by the Stnatc and House of Represen- tatives of the United States oj AmTtea m Congress assembled Thai from and after the first day of Jan- uary eighteen hundred and forty-eight the finds of " the Providcn' Association of Clerks " shall he ap- propriated and paid to the fimihcs of deceased mem- bers at the following rates to wit : To the families of such membors as may die at any time during the first five ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 June 1849

155 si.x ..gr?'B." Pi om lie Xu'.ioiia! Full Hitnci r. COL. FREMONT AND HIS I'AllTV- rUUTIlEli AND FINAL ACCOUNTS. Wo resume the extract from Col Fremont's letters piefacmg them with sonic brief des- Vrintion of the localities incmniabrc by disas- ler for the mfoi m.ition of those who hatc recent maps al bnml. i It is lcnownth.it the great Rocky Mountain j(C Mj iom. n le could lor them that they chain with a general direction nnitli and( ia(j no otlor nl. remaining than the epec- Fouth scidso5t a bninch towards the bouth-jt(.(j clc.fali jlal te be-t plan was to east from behind the heads .if the Ai Kansas and the Rio del .Voir;and this hi. inch forms the diiidni" ridge between the upper tallets f.f these two mors and between the head- waters of the liid Hirer and the Vel .jiIc; nnd hating accomplished these purposes ....k. :.io ..1 li.mnears 111 the plains 'IVx The hihest part 01 tins ut.ini.11 chum and the goierning object 11. u 10 ;r.at- (-osalIII10 ImlMtibots. will be at ban fipn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 June 1849

. .ii...i.l i' r iaraB Bs5EcsadrscEaircEc: 4. tii'jgj; 'reipFWews. The Kerry Examiner has a powerful lea- der declaring that repeal is an utterly hopc- Jos Vestion. Tho Examine an ultra- ..i.i: nnnpr and lias uccn an lite organ tor many years. Tho Examiner .....?nnmnreno men now in Ireland fit m legislate for Ireland The men of proper- iv and intelligence arc harrassc-l in spirit broken in circumstances rticn look at the worthless crew (with very few exceptions'! whom Ireland has sent to the Imperial Par- liament to lay open her wanta." The dfler- ent wards m Dublin are exerting them- selves with a most laudiblc zeal in getting up memorials numerously signed for the pur- nnse of effecting: the liberation of Mr. Unify. These memorials are signed by nearly twelve thousand men connected with the representation of Ireland as populous lloiirishin and headed by Sir. Lucius U incn. waited as any portion ol our wide domain. by appointment on Lord Clarendon at the - an . alln(Ic of c. Irish ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 June 1849

POPPING THE QUESTION. But why don't you get married?" said a bouncing girl with a laughing eye -to a smoothfaced innocent looking youth who blushed up to the eyes at the question. "Well I " said the youth stopping short with a gasp nnd fixed his eyes upon vacancy with a puzzled and foolish c.xprcs- kion. "Well go on; you what?" snid the fiiir cross-questioner almost imperceptibly re- clining neaicr to the young man. "Now just tell me right out you what?" "Why I O pshaw 1 don't know!" "You do 1 say you do know come now I want to know." "Oh I can t tell ynu "Isay voucan why you know- 1 li never utcs aftcrtno il0ie was cut which allowed the mention it and you may tell of course )u la;r l0 escape; and the last heard from them know for hav'nt I always been our friend : I ucre suppilcat;01ls the great Arbiter of Well you have I know replied the be- .cvcn(s XomQ mercy oiulicm and save them. Icngurcd youth. I While the men wore at work the sea was "And I'm rurc I alwavs thought you "cd i br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 June 1849

" jz; llni mi r ..... - .... . u . .j .jjj ... mil.. .. ...... ii "- - mi ""fini'yuiiitiii'papnr mmm .. . ... . .n. . k.n h. . n. muimKumjji.mmJi-ijLjjLiiLt-'j.yiiii - m iiiiimi i inaia CHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. 7. CLAY DINNER IN NEW YORK. The Birth-day of Sir. Clay was celebra- ted on the 12th by his Inends at the Apollo Saloon; and the Herald and Tribune concur in saying that an unusually large number of guests assembled and that all seemed ani- mated by an extraordinary degree of enthu- siasm. N. B. Blunt officiated as President assis- ted by tho following Vice Presidents: Nicho- las Dean James R. Wood A. G Pcckham- Joseph 31. Price William S. Drake John T. Dodge. David Webb Smith J. Eastman A. W. White. Benedict Lewis Jr. Daniel Ullman. 31. B. Bower. After the second regular toast the follow -ing letter from Mr. Clay was read : Asiilod April G 1819. Gentlemen I rccehed last evening your official letter stating the purpose of a few of my friends in New York to celebrate my approachi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 June 1849

' ? L JB I For I a.ticle n.-i rnr mTAPAWS. For muted unnuitv stipulated m me unto -tl.H nitv stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of this fifteenth Septcm- "f the treaty 'of the eighteenth May ' her eighteen hundred and tliiity-lwo ten Hinns.-inil dollars: For fiftv barrels salt and three thousand the third ar-! pounds of tobacco stipulated in the fifth nr- . . . i ij rnA thiitv-thrce. two thou eighteen iiuiiui-" -- -j - i?and dollars; . For education stipuiaicu in ci ..l .tnllnrs For blacksmith stipulated in tho thiid ar- ticle of tho treaty of tho eighteenth May eighteen hundred and thirty-three six hun- dred dollars; 11 For iron and steel tor shop two hundred and twenty dollars . .1 I ..! ...A llimiunl .inn Ii II 11 it 111.1 '11111 CIVtl" fllll- CflllCCIUll OlaV I "' '" IUUU31I1IU "'" I1UI11H - -. .I -. I.irs; For iron and steel for shops six hundred and si.tv dollais; For laborers and f.xcn stipulated in the third article of the treaty of tne first August lused. At l!i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 June 1849

.-NAUTICAL ROMANCE. The following romantic story of rca' life xvc find in the Bombay Telegraph and Cour- ier. The licroinc of the affair c.xhjbited un- usual qualities of mind The Telegraph says: 'The Rainbow from Southampton to Aden arrived Ihcic about the ICth ultimo. Captain Arnold her late commander.diod ten days before the ship reached that port and the chief mate was so habituated to drunken ness that lie nao been connneu to nis cauin several times during the passage. The cap- tain's daughter about sixteen years of age was on board and after her father's death the second mate who had assumed the com- mand made a daring and insidious attempt to entice the young lady and run away with the ship. She indignantly and successfully repelled all his base and dastardly attempts and although suffering under a painful bo- reavement at once rushed on the quarter deck and made a public appeal to the ship's I nraw. a a Rriti-.li seamen and threw herself! on their protection. This well-judge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 June 1849

Singular liupoaiiiom . We fm J the following strange relation in iho Pic- ayune of the 20th ult. The deceived husband must have had strange sensations when awakened from his dreams of bliss In the official statement of the Police. There is romance enough in this affair to furnish material for a novel and genius enough in Hie Woman to hav e been worthy of better cours es. Rominceix Real Lira. Truth it -has been said is stranger than fiction and the ro- mance of real life when nil its features arc scrutinized is more fruitful of wonder than half the stories invented by the poet or the novelist. The affair to which we cursoiilv alluded yesterday ii our local news under the head of -'Forgciy" contains a chapter of incidents so startling that one can haitily brin:; oneself to believe that they occiirictl any whcrc.much less in a business community like ours. Here is a 3 oung lady hardly out of her teens wc ate told who fabricates a fortune for herself on paper imposes through the medium ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 June 1849

CHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. 7. BY" AUTHORITY. Acts and Resolutions passed at the Second Session ol'tlie Thir- tieth Congress. ' Plbmc Xo. 33 AX ACT to cany into effect certain stipulations of the treaty between the United States of America and the republic of Mexico of the second diy of February one thousand eight hundred and forty- eight tatircs of the United States of America in Congress assembled That the President of the United States by and with the advice and consent of the Senate shall appoint three persons who shall constitute a board of commissioners to meet at the city of Wash- ington at some early day to be designated by the President whose duty it shall be to receive and ex- amine al' claims of citizen's of the United States up- on the republic of Mexico which arc provided for by the treaty between said Governments of the Uni- ted States and Mexico concluded on the second day of February eighteen hundred and forty-eight and which may be presented to the said boat J of com mis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 June 1849

J- J laws of their cminliy aio subject to fhetr-" riir.rt.- Until t1rt ii-iirn i (!l mm flf lUTlV.' I'm i lit- limit iii. i ti . ui t-- " -. iy ot:c years and uho nrc pcrsiiii.illy; icfun settlers lint can only make their locations. ThcnTcrj to the Honorable the Lcgisla ture of the State of Texas. Vc the undersigned citizens and settlers ..f-c.rl ttf.t i Afit:lil t ncni-l Ailt r io--- ... 1. .-IU.U .....v".. ......... . uk.jvtlHIM "MJ .Wl.l liDiioraiue u'juy io pass mc lonowiiig rcliet laws for our benefit. A. To those who have settled m Peters' colony a right to their lands s Surveyed for them and in accordcncc with Uieir field notes. 2d. To those who have settled upon the odd section a right to the same. J5d. To those whose misfortune it has' l:ccn to tail upon fractional sections a right to the s'nmc with the privilege of a floating ccitificatc to lay the remainder of his ot- her claim upon any unappropriated lauds within the limits of their flic lespectivc colo- nics. 4th. To th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 June 1849

SENATOR BENTON-' . ' Mr. Jlcnton published in the St. Louis Union of the 10th inst. the following address to the people of Missouri. To the Fioph of Missouri: The General Assembly of our State at its late session adopted certain resolutions on the subject ol slavery and gave me instructions to obey them from tins command I appeal to tne people of Missouri the whole body of the people; and if they confirm the instructions I shall give them an opportunity to find a Senator to carry their will into effect as 1 cannot do anything to dissolve this Union or to array one-half of it against the other. I do not admit a dissolution of the Union to be a remedy to be prescribed by states- men for the diseases of the body politic any -more than I admit death or suicide to be a remedy to be prescribed by physicians for the diseases of the natural body. Cure and not kill is the only remedy which my mind can contemplate in cither case. I think it probable from what I observe that there are many cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 June 1849

3k FROM ONE OK COL. y.ns. FREMONT'S iftoM tIie st. Joscrli GVCTTC. .To Mr. A IloBinoiX of this place c arc indebted for the following letter from Mr. Kxifx who was with Col. Fremont oii his way to California. The letter contains ma- ny facts connected with their suli'eiiiigs that we have not yet seen published. Taos. (New JIluco) iWy 11 1SIH M Dntn Koninoix: I aithtt1 in this place last evening fiom Kio Coloindo from nbout ns hnrd a ttin and as total ile.MlucIioii of an expedition as psiblc. As rtimois will reach you I thought it would be as will to t ..t . ...r... ... :... . .. give you some lime coiruci .mu.numu. .. .' . .. the subject though my time will scarcely ai-' 113 ai- low of any thing like dU.ul. As far as Bent's wc met with 110 obstacles or loss and c. cry thin " bade fair to gic us n tolerably pleasant trip"! considetiii" the sea- .'I-.1'- . ... Mjn. uur animals were in goon condition mid procuring corn at I laid Scrabble for the worst part of the toad wc calculated on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 June 1849

4 THE NORTHERN STANDAR ; n CHARLES DE MORSE. LOXG SllXlX. OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7. CLA.RKSVILLE RED IUJERCOUNTY A TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 2 3 1849. KO.7 VtfXBEXjASB2MW75Bl n M mm? -& j t BY AUTHORITY. Acts ami Resolutions passed at the Second Session of the Thir- tieth Congress. Public No. 42. N ACT tn extend the provisions of all laws now in force relating to the carriage of passengers in merchant vessels and the regulation thereof. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rejircsen- uitivcs of the United States of America in Congress sembled. That all vessels bound from any port in rue United Stales to anv port or place in the Pacific ..ran or on its tributaries or from any such port or .. ice to anv port in the United States on the Atlan nr its tributaries snail oc euujL-ti iv uiu piuw- msof all the laws now in force relating to the car- nroofnassensersin merchant vessels sailing to .- id from foreign countries and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 June 1849

4? THE GOLD DOLLAR. The NY.Tijuuuc thus pocti-ally discourses of! he liny coin-: It has come nt lrisl! Adams'St Co.'s ex- press brought yesterday from Philadelphia several of the glittering diminutive gold drops and through tbissource we are indebt- ed for a sight oflt. In size it is somewhat larger than a Tuscan quatrino (one-sixth of. n cent) which you never find again after you drop" it into your pocket but it is considur.i-blyfinalfer-than a half-dime heretofore the smallest of all American coinage. The iWVs arc exquisitely cut which accounts for the length of time in preparing them. The gold dollar 13 .undoubtedly the neatest tiniest li'ghtestcoin in this country if not value considered-iin any. other. There is no "hard" money" 'feeling about it. It is too delicate and beautiful to pay out for potatoes and sour-krout and salt pork. Obcron might have pid. Puck withit for bringing the blos- som -which bewitched Titania. Ladies might wear one "pendant in each ear or a number of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 June 1849

43 Vaiil the Vengeance. Every spy glass on bounl the Biitis.li ship wns biought into ser- vice Ltcuijsnunts Pursers Surgeons Mid- shipmen and Quartermasters each with n large glass were on the lookout as each new altery developed itself. Kepoit followed re- port .r .m-Lord in the-enbin of newly dis covered guns bearing upon the devoted ship j Everv ox-cart as it would turn an angle of the terraced hills that surrounded Genoa was mistaken for a OS pounder. The upshot of the matter is thai My Lord Hard- wickc badlv scared wrote out a letter or apology and thusgothimselfandshipoutof d.fficnliy and . k . . ..; had his vessel towed out of range of Ihe baltcr.es on snore .uy ioru naruwicKc i nam.. '""'"" jfacef rang at the door and. handed Mrs. with foreign Governments on his own hook a'O'i Warner a small box about ten inches long more. General Avvezzana above refercd to was for many years a resident of New York city. In 1821 he was banished from Sardinia be- cause of his republican opini...

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