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

1BH..U 1 LMULUI So Harbor h. 1. May 0 1S10. Prow the Fur JVini-Capfaiu Royce or the barque Superior arrived on Satuiday evening last has furnished us with the fol- Inuinn Information relative to life cruise in 1 passed A Sanctu-ied Si.wxei;. Tlic N.Y. Express lcla'estho following singular talc of elope- ment: The Rev. Daniel L. Quimby of Lisbon who for the last fifteen years had been a cir- cuit preacher of the Methodist persuasion and who almost to ilie moment of his dcpait had been current. Alter getting clear ol tlic lautiio the North of the straits saw large numbers of whales very gentle. Saw whnles every- day while thcie. Found it difficult to Keep to the Southw.ud owing to the Northerly cur- number still I rents. Was s-icnt four decrees to the Noith- Monday the 2; ! Arril.. fliMn. lie savs (ii. u r;r.- Straits on the 1st of July. till IS It ".11 .JW fa" " . . ISIS with a current running to the Noith at urc had been above suspicion ami nail en- tile rate of f.oni -1 to o miles ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 August 1849

qBjMfv-qr-ry-jzrxrj-fi iii I..' miniii'ii i w CHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. 7. Ax Ei.orr.Mr.XT i.v Russia. The following story while it exposes an instance of impe- rial tyranny and strict police particular to Russia also reveals a trait which is com- mon enough in female character every where: A young widow the Countess C was deeply in love with a young officer of tin; horse guards. The countess had an im mense fortune in laud or rather in slavcs.bttt the will of the Empeior hindered her from sharing it with her lover. The chaste Nich- olas had forbidden her marriage. You arc aware that it is next to impossibility for a Russian to convcit his wealth into ready money without the permission of the Empe- ror. The moment the latter perceives that any one of his subjects is seeking for rcsotir- cps which he can carry with hitn to a for- eign cotintry the Autocrat interposes his su- preme will and attaches the proprietor to the soil like a serf in the old feudal times. Estates can be alienated ...

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

m. tint neither himself nor the majority of the ttto Houses ol Congi ess nor the Pi e-ident of this United States who approved the reso- lutions; saw an" tiling iii them eitlmr uncon- stitutional or insulting to the slnvc States or lending to disunion. tion! the abstract right of doing) iv hat can- not be done lite insult to Ihe sovereignty of the Stales whcic thr-ie is no insult! all ab- ;tr.iction!snnd no lcahty substance or prac tice in it I'MWj.Auae'jjj.i-'uuamj-jyjj'-j' ' 'immu"-iiiimjmt-j'-FiWUjaui Uc I rnc f o yon rn 1 t cs! Wc arc sorry to see that in our own coun- ty fioin various motives that unanimous ote which John T. Mills ought to receive in Tlie Romans had a clas of disputes which his own section may perhaps be penciled by they called de ant c.iiriiw that is to say a misdiicction. Not that we fear in the least Si lire writing the above we hav'c received the fol- lowing letter from a fiiend in a iiclghboriitg comity. Dcur Jilaj. For fifteen days (got Iinmc last night) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 August 1849

J luua pjwph .nacemu '' ui asi'ji'U ' ' ul w iwu .jiu jujium & iimiiiu ' w ""'.ji.j i sjJ-s".LA"wi-il& Av - ' - CCiimi v b t -tfTW- . TO THE VOTERS OF RED RIVER AND LOIAR COUNTIES. The undersigned respectfully asks of you to given careful and impartial perusal to the following certificates having rclalkm to matters at issue between JMaj. A. II. Latimer and himself. They serve to show .how the nomination of tlie un- dersigned for Senator was made; that it was unanimous and as he believes binding upon all who participated in it Maj Latimer inclusive: and as he believes it was a breach of good faith upon the part of Maj. Latimer after having assented" ; tnnrMflnf. himself afterward as a cnninetiior. It will perhaps too be observed front a reading of the certificates what agency Maj. Latimer had in raising and fanning fl rvrritpinrnt against the nnrfv to the AVichita Mountains .which the. undcrsiirned is censured for having participated in: and it will also be perceived how litt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 August 1849

"From the Delia. RORY0"ROURKE'S LAST SERENADE. On Monday niflit. an nmatorv individual. named Rory O'Rourke-who had been thro' the day making ecrtaih chemical experi- foot llicir." and then it was slap dash lncnls.by the admixture of brandy and water I splash !fnr Dinah stepped in upset the boat and the absorption of the sattiCi undertook and sent Rory floundering and herself too an aquatic visit to Miss Nancy Clancy his ' but for that she was prepared in four feet lady-love who resides in 311 atlic story oF a :of water scant! house in the inundated portion oflhc Folif th "Muilhcr number!" said Rory "I'm District. Mr. O'Rourke ha it was incum-dhrov.ned I'm kilt! Nancy me Iovc.liould bent on him to do provided himself before Ion to the boat; keep your head 'hove wather he set ofT with a crazy little ski(T as unlike ; anyway till I come to your vclief. There h Venetian gondola ns the Venus do Medicis I have you now ataimuhl you're all safe- is like a conge negicss getting into which j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 August 1849

THE NORTHERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE. LONG SHALL OUR B.VX.VER. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF Tl!E FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 11 1S4D. NO. 14. VOL. 7. V - From the IxmisvMc Journal. S O X G . All around and all above llicc In tlic hushed and charmed air. All things woo thee all things love thee Maiden lair'. Gcntkvt zephyrs perfume breathing l Waft to thee their tribute sweet And for thee the Spring is wreathing Garlands meet. In their caverned. cool recesses Song for thee the fountains frame; Whatsoe'er the wave caresses Lisps thy name. Greener verdure brighter blossom Whcrcsoe'er thy footsteps stay O'er the earth's enamored bosom Live alway. "Whcrrsoc'cr thy presence lingers Whcrcsoe'er its brightness beams Fancy weaves with cunning fingers Sweetest drcamr. And the heart forgets thee never. Thy youris.' beauty's one delight. There it dwells and dwells forever. Ever bright. Highly Important from California Letter From Gen....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 August 1849

KE&agiryriSJsasggv l) in" almost in the very prime of life wc .t. -xlceplv "l-enn't the sudden decease of Mr 1'olk; but it" v. n have to thank Providcnca tor an thing it is that lie lived to see his nd- niiiiistrai inn mil. and that lie finally took his leave wlicn even his enemies no loader de- nied that lie had been the bene factor of his counts v. the memory f o distinguiibed a ciii.".cn: S: :i:: Du'viirJir.M Aniiani.h-. Md. J.mu "A 1SJ0. The iiainful di:tv'ilid.s upon the --.iv- rr nor of Manl.uiii to announce cfii'-ially. to his fellow chi.ons tbc demise of James K. Polk. late rx-Pres-ident of ihc Tnited States which inoiiinful event oecaired at Xashville Teuncsee on the 15th in-taut. The patriotic people of Maryland aie thus called to mourn the caily deth of one who lias successfully tilled impoitaut positions in the councils of the countiy and who but io- cctitly retired from the moi-t exalted of all oarthly stations the presidency of the I'nited Stales. In iew of the pub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 August 1849

J V- . s.-. protection of the frontier which he thought had becn'much neglected bv the State as well as General Governmcnt.hcld it to be the duty of the Governor to request and urge the Gen oral Government to remove beyond the lim- its of Texas all Indian tribes with whom the United Stales had made treaties and agreed to provide for them a home; these he thought would include nearly all the Indians that were of much trouble to the country and if the General Government was determined to j continue to mock our necessity lor prole tion by sending- us that character of force totally unfit and a nuisance the State woulJ be able to protect herself against her own Indians such as had a natural right to te- niain within its limits. Wc ceitainlv agree with the Judge as to the dutv of the General Government to remove her Indians out ofj our limits. Wc are under no obligations. moral or leiT.nl. in iiirnish them a home. He cantemlixl nor riht tn nil the tcnitorv cast of the Ui. Granite o; Hear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 August 1849

For the Union. TIT FOR TAT. -How like a mountain doulin the heart Rules the unreined ambition! " "Whit" were jou snarling a" before 1 came. Read- to catch each other li the throil; Ami turn j on all uitir hatred now on mi!" Shekel tun. Accoitlins to Sheiulnn knoulf Utica was. more lionoieil for the crate of Cato than Home lbr the cradle ol C'u-sar. Sui h will always he the difference between the homage jiaidto the inetnoty of the statesman and to that of the wartiur. U'c laie thought so always; and though in Washington and Jack- on we acknowledge startling and hilltant exceptions still the exceptions only scic to prove the genuineness: it the rule. "It was the remark of a celebrated Roman consul" we heard (ien Hnnison so declare it fioin the steps of the Capitol -'that men after an election always foi get the pledges made be- fore one." General Hanison true to the philosophy and wisdom of the old Roman acted exactly Contrary to his pledges; and tn the language of the socond Urniel "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 September 1849

fJL AS PJ? Jail f JUl lUl E&Qga dsli E3s33 ESS v BSP dS3 tfaSa & 3 E&S Jads pfel & JM? g CsTtfT?t'frirey7-3'gpg"g ljii g jtvaja-u M CHARLES DE MORSE. I.O.VC SHAM. OUR BAXNUK. IJJtAVK THE 15KKE7.K TIIH ST.VJfDAItn or Till: I'llKK. EDITOR Sl PROPRIETOR.. -- r -- VOL. 7. CLARKSVILLK RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER I IrilU. NO. 15. Lijizji!-jtjai..!3r'Jgr3irm jjllffi-c- "- -- -. TT T "" ' - -i l L r-- ?-- f.. '.TVjLUg-'Ju.'t I tiTTI i - mi nw. .n.-- ! --- J T ' is -i f J - .gxzrt j.j ti .-jk.--.-j rr-f ijm.--.. . " ' t-- ii .t fcAvi7irr-jiivm ? i- sjjr- .--.- - j -jyu . m --. -i-i ?rr -. ..j. y-jrtjtjrf-arK.i 7 J .-r.c -.: jv.-.t.t:.' Z IBJ 1..-J Jsir.SJ pj.TT'T' h LAST HOURS OF MR. POLK. The foilivuint: letter desci iliiuj; Use last hours of the hiti- Ex-President of ihejUnitcd States is fiom t'.e New Voik Herald: Ynsirire June lSi. ISH). Yesterday -t twenty minutes hcfoie o o'- clock p. in. .'niivs K. Polk expired at his res idence in this . ity. nr. roll; ha...

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

California wo have undo ourselves beloved mill respected by tlio people of the country by a correct anil proper course of conduct iind have therefore taught them to regard a union with us as their geatcst earthly blessing. I wish )ou to understand tint I speak of the regiment in mass. That theic hac been 90I1H' bad follows among us is true; htit.their conduct injured themselves more than others my dear friend are some of the toils and in- conveniences ol n miner'-! life in California; but they are by no means the only ones. Let no man flatter himself that gold is to bo gathered without toil and pciil; the most se-i-re limit he endiiicd.and peri! ' Ufa health good morals' and hfth.ts houily s;i mini them; nnd mam who leave tin ir hnmea pure and good free from the tcnihieMccsof 51111- blmg urd drunhctmcru liny return' if indeed they evei do retut n) with gold but without those possessions infinitely more valuable than irold or diamonds to the man his f.tmdv or ms couniiv. -no one oui ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 September 1849

.;-a-Ki i-i. : --. -K2- - r.; ' 4 -U gravc-Jhis wculd breakyour hcaiiyour Nn.riU sen mil.Iirhritln the vrntM nllttel. Heaven Ernm lor ll.o A - "- ------ - w spare tr.c end zieETcn preserve all young men .ircm such a fate from the couit house to ihejail tender did you ever hear the lion roer; did v.cu ever feel l!ic caitli qimke; were vtu ever in a stiuni at sea; well u nil '-- T-'ti Imtp I di up i. i.'m- i.li: 'vt :ivt "tinti.i. ihe course In the I nss 1 at-rui tinned it (.. bo West of South West this course Mr. Shnc- hlcford (our Pilot) adopted as near as cir- cumstances' would permit and in the istn c f'jund it to bo collect utu ir.:rn !; is nothing crtnpnrcd Willi my feelings when I encc was the compass and if we had curd il.o v.l . na titttirrl nr.n I nn ir.tnnlo of tho. in fim ItntritinmfT in mir course in nil nrrlm. pricon .walls. I raised a sleepless ninht. I bilitv ruin would have been the icull for I su.ered duly prat-Mui. untii-nutti .Vii :-ii(l . fi . 1- i. i i'ii W Ci . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 September 1849

t&k K t& .&. " i Fiom Ihc .Mcysiillc Euglc. FURTHER PARTICULARS OF TI IE C. M. CLAY' DIFFICULTY. Tiit-ic :ue llnec Pio-Slaveiv candidates lor ihe Convention from .l.uli-un .lfi--s. Tiii-'" TEXAS STATIC GAZETTE. "31A1M-V in March uot ihc iiiiiIerMgiic.l will J ninillMiMllllI 1 !' 1 1 i? ?T 1 tltTl (it ' U !. 1 I Wltlt-.ill .Willis au.l C hiMi.iuIt ::i!.i -l.ij Minne 2 -;. jie fj (i; '.. to.be call.il t!ic'"Tiv. m-r (.it.lhi i rl Ci tits Tin uci ) :! (I 1-tit one ;Tl)l Cwn " For ih.- pur o-e. an abundant .maiicip.itn.il tnudidale. .Lr.- Fuiu.iin. M -uifj iv '!' n.--w nwtenal ha- been ordt led. and will :i toi'mienl.-ii iff-Ier :.t i. I.Si n'-- on Tlinr-' lie on l nd in due m-miii r- .... I.l-l WClk the t.-ltd.'d.!tl" spoke. V lill-. me.-srATt- tltLITi: Will ! i-S-lC.l 111 p: Till ir lonn. -mul-ir in t El t ut tin- liest no Mi tlnv ami nl l.i-l vvr ChenauH lead 'nj .'.ii '1 imii i. I fhoilull 111 llTl.l IITIlIl.l-1-l! Cj III- -' itie sJ:i'.d lielole him"! nl! '"ii th..t Cl....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 September 1849

!T $ ORTHERNSTANDA RD CHARLES DE MORSE. VOL. 7. I-O.Nfi SII Ur Ol K R.VX.VIHl 1SRAVK TIIK HREK'.E THE STANDARD OK THE FRKVi EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. ! TH K.MORMONS. Thc Cincinnati Vilas sais in lcfe-renec to those singular people: "Wc want to call the icailei "s a'tenti'Hi lo the Mormons i objecting the election of a the new and uio-t ctr.iordin.iiy position of new Temple: the Mormon.. Seien thou-.iud if ihein hae . "'The new Monn m Temple at the Salt found a reding place in llie most rem likable Lake is to be a splendid building. They en- spot on the Ameiiean coulinent. Since the close a lot seventeen miles Ion;;' and twelve children of I-rnel wnndeied thiongh the wilderness or the Cru-adeis rushed onto i alcsdnc lirere ha nothing so hi-tonculh inside. I hey hae discovered mountain singular as the cmigiation an.l icccnt settle- lock th.it re-einblc- coineli.in stone which jnent of the Moimous. Thou-.iiul- of them is heautiful lor temples and pill.iis. The came fiotn the .ManchcMci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 September 1849

-r GEN. TAYLOR'S RECEPTION AND SPEECH AT BALTIMORE. It would appear from Iho account given in the Argus and Republtcan.lhatGcn. Tay- lor's reception at Baltimore wns not remark- ably cordial nor brilliant. But comparative- ly few persons awaited his arrival at the de- pot and not a very numerous crowd attended him to the hotel or listened to his interest ing speech after his arrival. The Argus says: j fln rr.-n-hiiu the hotel he passed up quiet- ly and rapidly lo his apaitmeuts which weic w-ntrhfullv ciiaidcd by officer Riilgely in-j watclilully cuauieii uy omccr ivme-i - cress being tcfuscd to any but the suit anil.i i; " . . ' . .- (- :- few of the dultKguc. In the course oi til- tccn or twenty minutes about -ioU persons as- scmbled in front of the hotel and his E- rellencv havum in the mean time leficshod himself came down under the escort of 7. Collins-Lcc esn and addressed the meagre ' gathering from the poitico. ......I ......"...... 1 i "i I :. i -t.t i I I.:. his hat which h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 September 1849

s3 zskMs MnB E&ila && iris s&isSi e&hs! sSafea JsXi gs-s-JP JL -JLJa JLH rJs JsaL JL-L Jr p """" - - .-tLZ'Jtmj W.4. j Ujjjji y!'i ;jw.iiip .i. j. mi' Mn--wH.- ! .- CHARLES DE MORSE. i.o.K siiai.i. tint .xvi:;i i;iiivi:tiik Ri:ir.i-Tiii:sTi?;iiri otthi: fiu: EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7. C I. A R IC SVIL L K II B I j II I V E R C O U N T V T K X A S S A T U R 1 ) A V S K V T K M 15 K R 2 9 I til 9 1 v I' ' J Y -i mmsm&sm.. k . -; uus aa3rj-.i. BY AU I HOFli I Y. J one ve :r. or more llnnflii and piy a lite-of not ; . j I.- ih in on- hundred doll ir at the discreuo.i of jiCls nil;! SSOMIfIo. :.-!l Ii"V11 '0.r' . - tlP SliH5S!l iij.i- n3"J. 'P"Jji "t"r'- -. . ul It i' lurll.T mil n lint lots m ij.i !i iiiuii i isw.1 ot itti Aitl-.- ...i....... i i i ' i . Si-.?! !?53""juvr 111.' .slid e.-m-iorv lull li- indivisible .mil iipmi llie slal svJji ... .-. '.!... i. ..i- .:.. - i .....i .. i'l BLir No. Hs. A?? fT to ne i-po. i: the Oi Hill t" Mie'cry in the Distri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 September 1849

F Ii'"" t Convention of Heirs. A convention will be in Nashville Tennessee on Saturday the 15th of Septembcr1849for the purbosc of ex- amining into the claims of the decendants of Vi!hain and Augustine Jcnnmgs.Iate of ir- ginia as heits to th? estate ofWilliam .Tell- ings who died intestate in Suffolk England in 1798; leaving an immc.ise nrojicily now estimated at some $40000000 consisting of divers bank and other stocks inoitgngcs and landed pioperty.Jsc still unsettled and lying in the hands of the Riiti-h Goverinent subject to the claim and control of the piopcr liens. Most of the claimants reside in I en ncsscc Mississippi Viigini.1 and Indiana. A n : ;.0i;.lf.U(.n.1. . . . - - . ..-. ""rs. S""..i; ""-.- .'oi i. with a large doubl- Inckle on Hie coll ir. rniinn.inrifirioc tmu m nnnr.tiinn n i ni . .in:. ""; w.w.w. i ' ana six that are orMni.ii. The news poms in upon us from almost every quarter of the State of the terrible de- duction of the wheat crop by ru-t mid Sly (Red weevi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 September 1849

V CHARLES DE MO.HSE. Kct3Krw'iJCf!""JMa?' i.o. siMi.i. ot ;. is ura lm ivk ti:k ii!i:::ai---- vr vrd or tiik rui.-. ! EDITOR &. PROFP.IETCR. VOL. 7. C L A R IC S V I L 1. !: Hi: I) RI V r. R COUNTY 'J' !: x v s s v t u r i) a v s i: i' r j: m n i: r an i j i a . NO. i-. ? 3 V VJi; LV-J-UJ BY AUTHORITY. J "no ir or more thin five and pi i hue of not am! fuie-iblv -hipped me at iiiiiij oYlnc'c .it rTr. ' p ln;' "'" !m"Ja'1 d 'lhrs- -lt lu J"---""'- - nislil takii' ... I. on the house of Don Jose ;JJ l!il .. '' -- "!" nM m.lnw'.l... .ui.l upon ihe ." " P'OIr .in -'--. w -------3- --. fl'iruc V... 1CS. ..I . . I I. . I ii-tcrv shall I. in. ivliU.. .ui.l .mo.. il. ' "V """"' '" -- '" "" '. Jiijilii l ..i iM.mrtrMrnl a- I.; 1 1 the -a. I .em.- "" " i "" ' ' '"' '"-dl -hoot '"' jlTi.liiMi -'i b. in - i im-mber nl miiI torpor:ttioa "On bo.ud the Tumble- . . . J M " '" .tl.ll-4. Kit il I . Vili; t .flY. .l.-l. ..1II... 1 nVVVr'r'' 'V11:il'''lm'1'' '"' v'"" ''' -"'' ' pr.-..le-es of' "I d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 September 1849

X Co.n x-rcvno.v or WF.ms. A coin ention w ill be in Nns-hvillc Tennessee on Saturday the 1 5th of SeptcmbcrlS49for the pnrbosc of c.x- aminintj into the claims of the decendants of "WiMiam and Augustine Jenninpslatc of Vir ginia as heiis to" the estate nfWilliam Jelling-! who died intestate in Suffolk England in 171)3; leaving an itnme.i'c niopcily now estimated at some $10000000 consisting of diiers bank and other stocks inoitgngosj nnd landed piopeityS-c stdl unctllod and j hing in the hand- of the Pnilish Gnvciniont subject to the claim and control ol the pioper j heirs. Most of the claimant; leside in Ten-' ncssec Mississippi irginia and Indiana. AGeoriria nancr gives a li-t ofthiitysovcn r.....: :.. ........!... ; tl. .t st-iti. u.ii.iii-.ie....i uj .. in Kin iiiuuii ... .. ...- und six that arc oig.mi.iiig. I The news nmns in upon us from almost every jus.rtcr oflhc Stale ofthc tcnible dc - stiuclioii ofthc wheat ciop by m-t and lly - (Red wccviU Thoiiniids upon thousand of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 December 1849

'I m it ir ; tcjri CHARLES DE MORSE. I.OXG SII.lt.1. OUR IJAXXER 11R.VVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 1. ss5U5fe.wisrri CL ARKS VI LLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 22 1849 IL..IHHI.IIHI.I. j i.iu i-ji-p.'t.jiii'i.m.'ii j- gse3m-z.uitjj-mj. ii!j ies B V A UJT H ORJTY a She . co.nl Session of the. Thir tieth i.I Si'CSS. rrtn1 No. on. N t "i fo. . e reiief of the buna fide sell midt-r flic 3- for tjftf ann.il oecupmioii and ilcineiu i't . tart i-i" thu Territory of Fh.ri.i.i From the Union. T1IK GHAXn TOl K AGAIN "llriii" out the camioi: the coui.try is safe '" 'ir.ilh. Mother ami vegetate upon the almighty prospect thct fate has so unceremoniously opened before us. what is the .liflcrcncc between the DT AS' wc rclnam tIlc sccod Fahcr t" of tlic Country. ZAC11ARY WASHINGTON SJt- A Whig explanation or-Tavi.oi:'s rr.nn- l; liclcnliant nut! the rviionce.'ross' 'Vhv my dear the elephant has a tail at each scalers end. and the llii.i.trcios...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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