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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 May 1859

2iw 3 'WMii'ii. 1 '■ |S 1 )0M 5i| "7' i -k* *i# B|-*# - --' L, fel i , ' I MomwM iil Wv \* «fe «i A :>; X. Wi: G.' j CKfJ a j* .!f*.<i- 3ii;;- firi |Pf untocr Ms .fcnj : <• i-l joswiiii saisiuai wirt«q 410 'iu-iiU BRIDAL DINNER. MKXtfO 31 CHARLES D(MORSE, OUR BSAVB 8TAKDAHD OF THB VOL 16, CjLARKS VILLI, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXA S, S A T D BJMJ-f, M A Y 21,1859. NEW TROUBLES IN UTAH. St. Louis Republican of the 26th, full details regarding the difficulty ing up in that Territory. Kirk An- lie correspondent of the Republican, it Theatre of Strife, and which has (throughout the whole Territory, is at st forty miles distant from this city, trying to hold lay trying, for although he has been udge Cradlebaugh is nearly a month, nothing has been lie Bishops of the Church, and many uple, have fled their consciences, pro- testing the propriety of such a course, jjradlebaugh, seeing the uianifestiotu [opened his Court, made a requisition i. Johnston for a company of troops to tisoners ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 May 1859

i'i '•<u *r w SKAt friends ed Dry —The stommhi arrived at this advices from kiv- 30th ult, three days? Anglo Saron at Que-| 0d —*The «ale« of cotton^ ifc .t to 90,000 800 «bd exporters 800 an article oar co which we entWas iaevit* re iV this eoun- Fraiice rt^d tlirouL'h itws* .*«S®P ieving make m ide of the Ga his evening to Satu than those o R. W Dear Sir an honorable ries, wfiene done them to make th edgmcnt ^ to tf*r7th and Liverpool slight | decline ent at W t that ele be purpose the risk 0f re to the 28d per Niagara. Niagara reporta that the all ▼i offer for easterners, sued an es greatp stateixen verpool, ap^il during the week am person n arrested fl m !■ ' ii decline of 1-lQto id. ITiemid- qoalities experienced this fell ftoit put down at a d dti&gstfdlew* "^W^^nadav 20thultimp, consols were quoted at 94i to 9$. BiejJKiagS^ortJ* and on the 23d nlfc they closed;at 94}. The news from the C Continent by this arrival the long threatcn: on the one side, pears to be inevitab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 21 May 1859

at ,'ft* if sk ej, I ' 11 i IMF, i > 'XI MC >U«j , 25 # j ui*. •,.fer<«« liSUt] I JO I';. fi |v)'U. i" i.btf. laBs**. 'iit I for aV I— ij.ft vIlbM ' ^HIN£ & BROS. i •/AT/'A^SW,! T&JTA8.- STILL KEEP UPstliey: [ Large Stock of Staple Good*, and invite the attention of their friends ami the Public generally, tiou of their Stock. js, and old customers, throughout ^Counties of Texas, who may have iViait Jefferson, will do well to give jjl. They will find at their establishment, L-erics—Provisions, Plantation Goods, Wines and Liquors, Bagging, Rope, eign and Domestic Pry Goods, j Clothing, I ron. Steel, Nai'n. Hardware. Castings, Qneenswure. rip!\ ,.! tI r.verics- especially, is always |tiio fullest extent consistent with the |>f the market: and is offerr^d at such m purchaser of moderate quantities •end ro New Orleans and g^t them for, -vpcnses l<> this place. Purchasing iir.iof course gives us advantages, .li-j-.-cl to let our customers have ami learn the price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 May 1859

linft . b*k iolkiij j Ipiij, M I j'taaj, J I i v. ur utj | I t-xinoktM, | F lit* Ui «, 1 I'tis l!i,y litimeat, •*] It iastn m. fcl>. of tkj COUUty' L;iefatA' Lin E.T liotwf, lliin tk*® etlb*« HN £j, )r&m] 11 ?**? loSi «sw |ounty> ind siate.1 &<#" «y: n V mm -&•(<« V;! <-'(;i W'tWt febiili* it «' ixH 'iu !i I-1 'l * SOIT014 ui PRIBTOF N ? LONG SHALL OUR BANNS R MOUSE. CLARKSVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXA S, S A t,f Rlytat, :M A Y 28, 185S fkoceedinos OF THE ■! !! > protection of persdns aud property from domes- j utmost capacity, of embracing in peace ai r tic violence and foreign agression. I harmony, every future American State th Monday..May 2d, 1859. t Convention was called to order by the in of the Democratic State Convention , in the Academy building, Houston The President announced the State Commit- . ,r, -e*:-— - mittee to be aefollows: 5. That jt is the djuty of every branch of | may be constituted, or annexed with a republii I JOHN MARSHALL, of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 May 1859

at Hojjkins Court last ttHfit. The thirds ol the no notes- A third? Bank from the with specie, and * fourth At that *u e, lateSaturd can Re iHK KtTROP Ik to-this i " Pi Rip ;§tl I i\ ■ r i P ]J Iti FFr5 mall Oaaette. ■ • _ ; ,-iKMW,Jfjljr ,2- , ! ! In rotation to the Kuroipesn war, theTribune jam: The ultimate asm « this war oti the part o'" France and Russia—the two. gre < Powotb whose policy ha . brought it on—hs rehr P*0**" jbly the possession of the Bast era bank qf the Rhine for the one, and of the Bospborus ftK the other. As >et, fall soo e af souiict developed: but the AKlliwg respectively ^ They represent tusohofttt* Govern meat of Italy, an« W 18 clear tjhat nei- ther would I* satisfied without an entire over- throw ot tl^fthep. /Ths problem isi to toll what the FrAeh tfmperor wants. On this Kmperor warns, vjb hub ^ fails to .throw light. He . ^nts^hTinself ss bound to protect Ssr linia from being overwhelmed and crushed/ If the disarmament proponed by England be brou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 May 1859

'M • lime ef; cc.. it- .T.plitti Jes, :ne. i:nr, tt] •«s. h- a i:irg« ; CO., , tle,TW*j ITED om the* .Gtm* -tore- y . < tf«f cb fori : he < [S, l°f U, North | tit sell' %k ildet. to • rhcr H. - g^ i ■IT *■ and in filtKMAS. . KBKP UP their ^ s the attention of their ■ friends hnd the Public generally, n..nnfttion of thefrBtock. / 4 ' friends, and old customers, throughout thern Counties of Texas, who may nave ,a to visit Jefferson, wjll do well to gite j call. They will Jind at their establishment, |Oroceries-^-Prov jsions, js Plantation Goods, Wincjs and Liquors, Bagging, Rope, Foreign and DomeaticDry Goods, Clothing,i IroD. Steel, Naih*, Hardware, (Castings, • Queensware. supply of Groceries especially, is always i to the fullest extent consistent with the of the market; and ofterred at such thai no purchaser ot moderate quantities 01 .^nd to New Orleans and get theni for, the expenses to this place. Purchasing i quantities, of course gives us advantages, re are disposed to l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 28 May 1859

•Pp mi Iff 1 |%i' li v IK: official ran 6* Mti TT , _ J m.,, at tke ^etfkstowitof' tftr< Jlepqjblic of fixud to be1 | 4 ia j.*aow To! With tfce Commission, ) m *?**■ ti 'awe? J I nave the honor lo iu^m yon that Sii this Commission has oar differences here manner, hot in en- e gpbtro qi oar commercial privileg- es in these watayjgW^ y^eo^iiwg^ttl* time of the treaty, and In pucli a way as to enlist cordial sympathies andi strengthen the bonds of ftjend- ship fyrihe ftrfcrp. ; A!J thin you would find in my despatched ferdtocdtaj ran' the lAties themselveH, retnmcd by Tne to the State De- partment; but1, is ^that would impose a laborious research, I- lunte thought proper to; give you the important points through the brief medium ot a private letter. WhepJ arrived oq thfse waters things took* ed gloomy enough. we reached Monte- video all seemed distant and reserved, indeed unkind. I detormihf d to dissolve that icy re- serve, fend give them a better impression of us, as I knew evejQn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 June 1859

vl: M IjHIWfl ll.lil^i^ga M?tm p itepp ; - ..? ti- iv-; :•«•• H'isx «!• ^ fly ! - < : f : r-fl 1 5SI" f m&m CHARLES DeMORSE, LONG SHALL OUR BAin^lR BRAVB THE BBBS2B—THB 8TAXVDAKD OF TllS EDITOR AND PXOfklifOt 1 ft., I i , : : #rc*ri - ! 1 ■ 1 f 1 i I t 3 stiiNiMti VOL 16, CLARK SVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 4,1^59. UI'T From the London Timet, April 29. THE REVOLUTION IN TUSCANY. HOW RAILROADS MAY AFFECT GAL- VESTON. Mr. A. H. Shanks, writing to the Rusk En- quirer, from Richland, Mississippi, after hav- ing made a pretty general review of the pro- gress and prospect of railroads in the Soutih and West, says.—Civilian. Rut what can we say of Texas ? Why, give us railroads, and we have emphatically the best country in North America ; for I am sat- isfied it will not be too much to say that we can raise better wheat, cotton, sugar cane, peas, potatoes and melous—more of the tropical From the Waco Southerner—Extra. j BAYLOR'S FIGHT WITH RE-j SERVE INDIANS. ! Int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 June 1859

p |^:j m rlj) m ;v LmaPooL, May 14.—-Th^ *Iea of cotton during the week amount to 53.000 bales. The ■M^t opened at an advance of id. oil the quo- tations by the Canada, bnt subsequently deelin- sed, and closed at an adruM of H for the week. - - Hi ✓ I • i The advices from Manchester continue to be of an unfavorable character. i f. London, May 14-The tods are agai? de- llllffild urt hMffl rtll7lif>f"tJT AaaUnaA place between the French and Austrian#, 0 T4*-■ "I The emperor Napoleon arrived at Genof on {he afternoon of the 12th, where he was forroal- ]y ree^Mid prime minister of Sardinia, who had^relvioasfy left Turin for that pur- Syractos, I9.-rThe New York Cen- tral railears met with an accident yesterday.— No particulars have jet been received here, ex- cept thai among the badly bruised are Rachei Eassman, Mrs. At. Brown acid Mr. Iirown, of New Orleans., :i : t - j • Boston, May 25.—The house of m. Field, Fowler &. Co., commission uperehants and im- porters, have made an I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 June 1859

Mat JMMW . STILL KEE^ their I St+ok ol Mftpto Goods, I and invite the attention aft' rfteir BP friends and the Public generally, I examination of their Stock. !.t «ir friends, and old customers, throughout Northern Counties ol ho may have moii 10 visit Jeflewoa,! will do wall to give i m call. Tbev will find *t their establishment, Uroceriea^-Proviaions, Plantation Qoods, Wines and Liquors, Bagging, Rope, ■ Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, h Clothing. I ] Iron. Steel. Nai's • Haniware dstingt, Queeoaware. I.eir supplv of Groceries especially, is always ap to the fullest extent consistent with the *nds ot the market; and is ofierred at such g tliat no purchaser of moderate quantities ■i go, or .-wild to New Orleans and get them for, |pav the expends to this place. Purchasing Ira quantities, of course gives us advantages, |b we are disposed to let our crwtomers have benefit of. . , . , L)i on us. ami learn the prices, and satisfy your- SL,0f>, Tex. Feb. 15M, 1859. ki A M PAG S E—cho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 June 1859

!j«l lii v! 4 rE m «s I? II Is- m the seat yet if :f Mbe! w Mb tor Texas may bo growers," lyin three market a great preparations are mak- war beyond a conflict sad Austria. instructions to tke aid reviser saja that a procla- queea was sfcou* to be issued, HRuand men for the navy, and eruilg a bounty of ten pounds te each man^s indnoement to enter the wrvicc Mr. D&neli denies that any offensive and defensive alliance exists between Enssia and France. He says there is simply an agreement betweep tLem, irhieli provide* tftatRuariashall place an army of observation on the Prussian frontier. ' The announcement is confirmed of the wreck of the American ship Pomona, off the coast of Ireland. About 400 by this calamity. L A powerful English writer sa^ of an editorial, it would be more strange than improbable if St. Helena received another Napoleon, the pest of Europe, to its rocky bos- om before the world isvery much older. The London Times advises Englishmen to have nothing to do with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 June 1859

f*rin«§!(;] tr nt: bt re Fnf- folk* pby.1' to&y, iitio%Mt at \ ' letlue Ihe Stu sKStefe'SssL MpM ■ t..' i' 4*s V+-H& ;tr. veu'-r> t> 1 Vfil) .' 0f: k?V- 4' %',y mjy0sg>% fti'Jrf iA h l if.:; aztiii fn'tMS ^ f t , «M|t M* Ft I • ■-* r;l. i * *?* . i ••"' ■*■ i. ■ab.Mfru.'-fcais w^mmm wmsmm STAND AHD OP THJB LOIfO SHALL OUR BA1WBR BRAVE THB cju Ml i^Lj^na^s-KV .•- v.y&* f" fr rr?m CLARKSVILtE, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEX* U N E 44 VOL 16, INTEREST! NGSfcETOH OF 'iHE H 0 bY LAND. THB«OkD OVEK MOUNT CEN1S In* Mm Hw Ttn taUjr Tina*. IDA PFEIFFER. «In the fall of 1854, a slender, well-featured lid unobtrusive little woman, who bad roamed one over nearly all the earth, tfeok. New-York her course on her fourth grand tour of ob- ervation. She was reoeived with a cordial ^eleome, held levers after the manner of dis- Kcguished personages, and for the space of a ionth was the objeet of marked attentions ad unbounded civilities. Her stay was limi- to a month or two, and her wander...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 June 1859

Qukbkc, May 80.—Ths huuriftj li this m-- Dear Sir last of the er advices are mm 11 | 5] E \ 6' | r* instant, and incldde four daj* Inter _ throe days later interesting outoinerciil than we bMl by tkslAiisj the t important as shdwimr a decjinein ootton an advance in-- . — . market. Extenap*# unnwfttiou flfthe pro- secution of the war inllaly, and the probabil- = if j| | Advieee announce that the Froneh Mediterranean flqet, the vangnard of the Ad- | riatio expedition, had appeared before Ven- >4^ ! . French )ud captured four Austrian jMlMUfHllw goTei Sardi Late despatches from Trieste state that the Austrian Loyds bad drawn off their steamers to Corfu, Athens^ Constantinople and Alexan- dria- | .] • • The entire navigation of the Adriatic by mer- chantmen was suspended, and this would soon he the same with the whole Mediterranean. The fleet in tije Adriatic has boarded the English steamer "Douro, on the coast of Tur- key. The Prussian chambers have voted $40,000, 000 to put the arm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 June 1859

Iff taaueaannaatioo oltheic Their friend*, and old customers, ^bjoagbout the Northern Counties of Te* a, who niay have occasion to visit Jefferson. will do wdl t6 give Itiew a call.HHy will find at their artaldiakiueut, (howim ftwinio—• s > <r--M j Plantation Gooda,- •-£-l , Wines and Liquors, m i Baggihg, Rope, t Foreign ami Domestic Pry Goods, 1 ClothW. /."-j ; Iron, Steel, Nai'« * - Hardware. Canting*. • *':M •-'•11 v, 1 '.eir supply o Groceries especially, in always kept >ip to the tallest extent consistent with the tlt-nuMids ot the market: and is otterred at such prices, that no purchaser of moderate quantities could 20, or send to New Orleans and get them for, ami pav the expenses to this place. Purchasing in lnn_ e quantities of course gives us advantages. w|,; <|~Wo are disposed to lit othr. customers have the knelit of. C*i"' k"5fn i. '•■ill on 11s, ami learn the prices, and satisfy your- Jtjfrrton. T\x. FA'. \!>(h, 1861). (« 11 v M l' USX E -choicest bitand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 June 1859

,'i ■; :A l H t Hi ,v; •-•? • fUj i; After 'iW toMky, we rweiv< •eat of wStf.' will grre4 oft{ eotna to as, Wto not.^ We h' _ injtay to no one, men. ; ' '*%l..j ,! In the' Herali of the Indian* serve for tlie k ,TE*AU,l Jnne r brae ef Itfee ' K.?« ;*m ^ write , is oar jaiiccrest wish tojdo | to reflect upon any set of of to-day, we disapproved permitted to leave the Hc- ot attaching the eitizejiaj still disapprove of it, and will do so unjtil we learn the aggravating eiRunistonco.s. Ic is true that Baylor has badno sympathy in this county, because h<j Ww wrong in the premises; but when it comes!to a war between races, tjhe feeling ijay prohajbly change. We re-publjsli from tMe McKintiey ' Messenger Extra,' tjhe letter of Mr. Lovejby and othbre. t ' - From thu M^Kluney M«ts9iiger—Extra, May 31. Statement of J. L. Lovejoy, jr., Benton lee. and Smith James, citizens ot Collin County. We were with (fapt. Baylor when the-fidht took place with tlio Indians oif the Lower lie- serve. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 June 1859

CHARLES DeMORSE, fftl etafcM ■x VOL 16, CLARK SVILLE, RED RIVER COUNTY, T EX A S, S A T 0 R D A Y, JUNE 18,1859. [ Corrtrpondcnct of the Delta. f\cts worth knowing about WESTERN AFRICA. sketches by a naval officer. Porto Grande, Is'd of St. Vincent > Cape de Verde, Jan. 19,1859. ) The first port we touched at in the Dale was Palmar. This place, you will see by reference to the map of Africa, is the most southern port of Liberia. landing at any point where Amer- ican energies were struggling to achieve great and beneficial objects, my curiosity was excited t<> sret ashore as soon as practicable. I landed the next morning. It was then for the first time I stood ou African soil. I shall not : trouble you with a description of the country rown"in full, but will merely say, the village : win- a dirty place, and looked particularly dull; id as anything more alluding to it in writing ..oulil pirtake of its character, I will spare j your patience with a further notice of it. '" I h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 June 1859

LATEK EUROPE. Nkw Yokk, J a tie 4.- of Washington arrived -The off Cap^ vitji Liverpool dales of the 25th. ! COMMERCIAL INMELUGKKC ; Liverpool, Jtyy 26.—The lor three days amounted to' 1" ' bat tbequoUtliona were unchanged. Holders u~ " fcntf«tiM^*ito 'aisp6^ti6n to doBj Pi«8 were ej iert thc ]0„f military career and glorious H J jit 'j /• \i 1 If : I '■ 1 day of sailing hales; the niarkef generally closed steady. 1 The. market for Breadstuff generally closed dull... Provisions generally closedsteady. «• f'Consols for motjey 91}ta92. i The advices from Manchester were unfavor- able, the'market being dull. The weather has been favorable for crops. London.—Baring, Bros. & Coj., quote Wheat closed with a declining tendency, having de- clined'2@4d OENERAL INTELLIGENCE. A battle took place at Montebello, on the 21st. The.Austrians under General Stadionj attacked the posts of De Hillyers, and were driven back by Forey's division, after a furious combat of four hours. The Allies earned...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 June 1859

• C 19 * NEW KOTT WITZ pbinq stook. bB WllE. AKDWtH* OROVBR * BAXSB'S • CKLKB«AT*D ' ,j ; | I FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. AWW STYLES— PRICES FROM $50 TO $125. EXTRA OHABUK OF $5 FOB HEMMKB*. 495 BROADWAY, - - " • - RBW YORK. 11 CAMP STREET, - - WBW ORLEANS. MRS. C. BRANARD, Galveston, Oemrul Aycnt fur Te.ea*. ■ Agencies in all the principal Cities and Town* in the United State*. i rnHESE MACHINES SEW FROM TWO SPOOLS, I us purchased from (lie store, requiring no re- i winding f thread: ilit-,y llehi. Foil, Gather and Stitch, in a superior stjle, finishing each seam by their own operation, without recourse to the haud- [ needle, as is required by other machines. They will do bettor and cheaper sewing than a seam- [stress cau, even if she works tor one cent an hour, [ anil :ire, unquestionably, the best Machine* iu the [market fur family sewing, on account of their sini- [plicitv. durability, ease 6f management, and adapta- tii„u nil vnrieties of family sewing—executing {heavy or tine work...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 June 1859

ifm till WL:, f'$@ If d |£l s ork Tim*. A CURI <& &• frAji* c vu the k- r Lhmtf late afat rvStkndk¥f Mt* spnd and tried" to pi ay—but nl> words came to wSfSeStovrari goodjs was tossing that by yentnriiig U ] M 1I linall v tf ,*C« !!(*• Ou I knew IWHttVutty cricaoo, 9atv i>at«. ApHt s«, The schooner Gtedfe, Captain Marvin, uwh ter arrived at Racine, Wisconsin, yesterday morning; few Marquette, Lake Superior,hav- ing on board a young lady, Miss Sophia Rich- ardson, fiirmerty of' Oltatvcland, Opio, who lor. the h& three yeanf has been living in solitude Upon a desolate and aninhabited island in Lake Superior near the BritishCoast, ami northwest from Isle Royal upou which she was cast away in the spring of 1856. J i j' ■' I was in Racine when the schooner arrived, and Captain Marvin who is an old! and valued friend of mine, was kind enough to introduce me, to this young lady,-whose adventures have been bo remarkable, and from whom I have obtained permission to make ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 June 1859

„ M.i Br. v, - - i 5 ' ./ • , .... •;t .-■•■• - v i j ■* - i t " ':->/:i isj;« ;i\ . CHARM8DaMOHSB, ■• .-ji&f VOL 16, THK EUROPEAN WAR. fl j Ue Austrian, French, Sardinian and Praa- alstr1an imperial manifesto. To my Ptnple .—I have ordered my faithful lBd gallant army to put a stop to the uittoical lCts which, for series of years, have been eom- nitted by the neighboring State of Sardinia ufsinst, the indisputable right of my crown, ind against the integrity of the realm placed jy liod uuder my care ; which acts have lately ,trained the very highest point. By so doing, i jiavt. fulfilled the painfhl but unavoidable luty of a Sovereign. My conscience being at •est. I can look up to an omniscient God, and patiently await his award with confidence. I leave my decision to the impartial judg- ment of contemporaneous and fiiture genera- it,n, ot the approbation of my faithful sub- jects I aui sure. More than ten years ago, the oine enemy, violating international law, and he usages...

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