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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

Ol.n ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT OFFICF ^ NO . 61 SOUTH STR EET, SEW YORK. JVeie Yertaxd Lircrpool Co5iain-ci«/ Live rf Ptckett. SailttLg IFaJtlj. — TheSnhscriber would respectfully inform socb persons re^idin? in !hi.« cr>»nlry as are desirous for seadin; for their friend? io coTie ool from me old country, ibat be continues as n*ual lo roBke engagements by which pas-=en^rr? nre hro'i^ht oal on very moderate terms, in First Oa:s Ships, snilin" from Liverpool weekly, and would i??urc persons desirous of coming by the above Line, that a?ap>nt5 of first respectability are engaged at Lv rerpool, there will be no detention whatever at that point. He i= .ilsoprr.naredat all limes so famish Sight Drafts for any amount to assist in preparing passengers for Ibe voyage,payable throughout the United Kingdom,ard in ca=e ihe parties agreed for should decline coming out, Ihe passage money shall be refunded withoal reduction. Forfnrtberparticalarsapply il by letter to JOHN HBRDMAN. No. ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

GEEAT SVLEOFPENXSYLVAMA LANDS. $c BY AUCTION.—Will be sold by Public Auction, witliont rtterrc, for c»«h. to clow the concern, at the Hall of the Kartboronga Cbape!,in Boston, on Tneaday. the fourth day of Octoher next, coinraencingit nine of ibe clock in the forenoon. All the property ofthe United Slates Land Company consist in* of aT^oat 140.000 Acres of«nodand well tratcred Farming and Gr32!n« and very valuable Timber l^nd, lyins in Jede-rj^on. JlcKcan and CJearfield conniie?, in the Siale of Pennsylvania—on parts of which there is abundance of Coal.Liuie and fron Ore,and manv Millseatr; And nf Claims against snadry persons for land sold 'yin« in said connfies.ihat are considered good. And ft* ' B*ock and Tools on n Fjrm in Ihe township of Brndford, in ihe couny ofMcKeaa, in said Stale of Pennsylvania The land will I>e *old in lots to sn;t purclrasrrf, contninin» from ahout 120 to 5000 ncre-. FuTtficr p-irticiiiar-i will he made known at Ihe sale,or on inquiry of Ibe sub...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

9x MS. —Jus' r<rfi(-<i l«j(»ciif>!c<- Mut-Kt-'.I ( u't-il u!iJ tor -¦' 'c riieap hy 'h' do-!.~ \ \r HAf!RI.« , K St. J.rmii si. ^t_\ =" ¦ ¦ , . ¦ . •¦' l.V'.i- < ¦¦ ¦ ' < f- rr—1, R,,. Ho<ll<..I '" ' r :.\ \ .ri^l f-s n! TUTMp ^^¦td lor pa.f al t LP '. ET' in ;( t:s :tl t [,f ^Ke of V I.. ?\" '.VPHV. HRK^ .S li.mt and .- - W Mai.urado i ^ ¦Fuurlll #1 . nn' J'-'i 10 I h. V ~1 jtps ! ^Bbf'Ja. K iii a »f ii S.i 117) Sliof5 mLtir ,t\ ^Kaix; b< llic iirwe : I'rf t;f i. p .;ut r^. ^U> Mi [.TICAUI,r< in lot* IO5DU Ht'iafpr-, io ie di«P""i! .if by f.l sxinvnE.v. ^m. 1 S4 l.iin--vst'tei. hor,d ol" Wood. ! ^B ^- - - j |K $. riiuv. r- ., i,d V:.:v r, S.^d* ol cr- j ^¦n. r.-u sin.- .ifi- >i*d :,t !•,!¦ Hro; i ^m F I. SNO\V lir\. " | ^H 1 S4 I..' .»rn .!..¦•:. !„nd of Wood ^t11 "1 - V:.,,,,;,„::, u ',„ -w-d, lot ^^^ nbg ^ii<i rvcf >;.-.-. ta I ^^K _ F I. fMUVDES. I ^^^ ¦K4 UVr*. > -i rf.. i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

BLA VK P-ETITIOAS, NOTICES, 4&amp;C 1 ri l^ u^ed in Biif.kruptcy ^roceedui^s, primed on :oo.-i psrwr.nrid in the forms approved by llie Court^forsale .! tlje f'ftirt oflhe Mercury arid Democrat. pep 10 VM/-H- HI'BBARD , Lldies' ftishional.le iwot and 1 T st.o" ^innnf^cturer. So. lul, 'I'llird s'reel, lietween .YooJ an&lt;; Sutiilifieldstrcets, Futs'jurgti feplO \i BVCKBASTER, ATRXEYAT LAW, -^ • l,c-retu'-Tr-d his office lo the corner of Fourtii =trcet aj'iH "itcrry AU,y. l^uvecn Smithue id arid Grartt streets. P i! I - i-u i-E li. ser 'O FOR REST..—Thedwe!lin« and lot coi.lainms 4 acres, in Allegheny, near the Beaver Road,'au-lj occnpiedi'i- Mr. Famiv! Church. Apply .it ihe Merchr.nls 3nd .Marnfacturcrs' B:ink, to W. H. DE.N'NT. wp 10 Cashier. ^. nAVIO SANDS, W ATCH * CLOCK £/* * ¦¦- ' MAKER, N". 93, Maitet street, Pitts-B-J ' ¦ clPt Ixirgh. Itim-M Fifth and Liberty streets. 1jF.J1.FR /.V IV.1TCHF.S, CLOCKS. BREjSSTPIJtS Fl.YGF.R Rlft'GS, C: 'j!/JVS. KEYS, COMBS, .be. <...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

| 1 •Fen*, my bof, "rben»# jef^ek * clot*r " V •When £* iidshg,sir &gt; ;;. . ^ {Very well, sir. Jiow can %m |f* »* when alasWoBttbte lady is lite laexpen-; enced priotersT " ' ' ¦yV.thec; «b^s she raafce»aye-t bum in xamctitig harfarm.' /*i»attable boy! Now tell me wby U &gt; 4wsr fip»Me fike tHgrant flowers? - ^+ _ : 1*ey»iW ttwch wfeeter Sux f***#* ¦ ^lUgW Si «*-* ^ Jlt.»«t aj5^ l«|^JW!P* - -" - * '' "•^¦ ft r^l . T -A-.\&lt;-:^t oii---t---J

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

m — Published b\ tLlPS &amp; W. H. SMITH, fcpp^° ^¦ rr ,in&lt;l Jfamifactiirop mamEKf.V -.1 liie !&gt;w office, on a d table ^K, T H'O DOIXACS a year, in ad-K,,,ie;. .-IX CENTS. Bn«of Advertising. op twelve lives on less; H&gt; o,;n i One monlb, §£.00 (j.75 | Twooiomr, *&gt;-W) B 1.(40 | Three months. 7.00 B I.^fi ' F° ur months, 8,0(1 B 3.twt ' ^ix months, 10,00 B 4 00 I One year, 15,00 ¦tl.Y .inVECTISEME.VTS. B »sgsifi.e at riKisrr.1. K.^ | 7Vo SyMrtr. «',&lt;! (XI ; &gt;ii mom I*. 82:1.00 V 2V.(* i0r.ey^r. 35,00 Bfrli-vnifiil? : " [.rororl'On. K ywef - - ii p.'H.U.S a year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

|]C OF F1CES, &amp;C. Btice Third I.euv~en Market and Wood Hjddtc. Poslma!"-' ¦Twatcr.-llh door from Wood s.1. peter-^¦ajor John Willntk.Coil.-cor BT wbol t.M»r-cn I"ir&gt;l and Sccor.J BBWarunm. Ti'a-u" r BS,, Tl.ird street. t.&lt;-\i door to Hie BK,i.,r~-~ R. Jr.linsmn,Treasurer. BBBK^ ur, ^,. :,.|»-(.&gt;« Market anil Wood ^^H|r . M:i&lt;nr. BBK&lt;ce. rotirth. nrar Ma-k-l «' . BBj RANKS BKf,i Mattel :.».' IVo-d «n-el=. on ^K^ ' r^.M,^ - o:.r.r&gt;-.-E&gt; - He BBjr , f,n-: Ft: ' ; .'"oiiM.i. Urlwien ¦ r.u n :¦&gt;&lt; •- ¦« ""¦ Pr^r- ; BBl ' " ' ^ ' F\ •&lt; •¦ M' I I* . '"'ST. j K, , .,„,.,, ,-,( Tl '.1 t&lt;1 Wind „,,., „, T:,,,,-. .ii..l r=n-i:iifi- !¦!. BM p, . -,, m rv..,. - .-'¦ ' and ra.,al. K;;:-'-;;;::^:::r-v,^;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

' j tA: IHLuOBTH.—\vi.oiesr.i-Bfln.-r ;¦ &gt; u r.'m uii^^'.^M Mnrlnnn. Dntl ' K' M:i.,i f.,r'. ..-.i ;irlll.le.-. N"-39. j K ' ,. ., !M ^¦ kH&lt;.)Bl&gt;&gt;l)N- \"nrr.evai l.a«r; ^^B» or&gt;!&gt; -i:l- 'I '"t In ;inor, (S.lie\»-;--»" - — ^B\l | . 4-i,,.,..•! :. ¦ 7-jn; ttiincr-^m\- -., M. i.i.Vir . f.fT,rorL,r. ¦ Sirr.-b. .il ¦ ¦ •it- 0. l.\ay«.i- &lt;•&lt;• ¦ - ^m ~ ! ¦ ¦ - • 1' I ^B^ IA-. N. Ke»s Hi: V V. «' • -' ¦ '¦ ¦ '"-¦- °: &lt;'a-..:.&lt;-r ^ ¦ l -. w. i-. . V" ¦ :¦'. !"¦ on st .. r.ils-K ' »? '.0 ^B ~ ir. IM-IS 1 . YolNG B) \(. A- CO.. riiM.ilure W-ir. ^Hr c-i llanii &gt;l 4- i;irh.in:e Al'ry. ^H-riirr!::iir KilrniTiirr "III find It to ^H tp - .- r. r.i! . 1'firiT fnl'v sa'lsfled thai K^')&gt;r .it,.! i-i.-f. ' f-p 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

E yahs® cajsojbjxe pilljls,—abba HAMJ. CLffliBR, reading mt 66 Molt street . New Fork, was afflicted with Dyspepsia ui its BOSI aggravated form. The symptoms were violent headache, grew deMlily, fever, nwthreaess, «awgb, ban. born, pai§ iitfce ctest mad stamacli shmi after e«Un-, impaired appetite, sevxation of silking at the siouacfa, l^rred tongse, sansea, with freqneiit vo«itiags,diiiJnes« Inwards aigtit and r.oUeness. These had coatlnuedap ward «fa twelveaxwlh, woe*, on casssttiBg Dt.Wsb. Evans. 100 Chatham street; asd sobaiiuing io bis ever nccessOil ' tad agreeable node of treaisKal, tbe paUeai wa cotptelely restored, to Malta fa tbe abut •pace ' of a*ea»oMB,p*dgralefiil fOribeoicalcotaUebeMfil 4erived. jtadlvcaae/dnordaad j*taaieera*Uie rtqwWe For sale, Wholesllea«I B*AH by \ *.E.8BU.)Bs\S.AarM, aaalO Ko)S^Woodataat.below Seeoa*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

MARBLE BAK0FACTORY—Patrick Cawfield resneetfully acqoainu h' tf friend* and the public generally, tint he has commerced Ibe -Marble bqfinessal the corner of Fifth and Liberty fXs.,wuere wiUbecoastaoilr on band, tomb stones, maatcl piere?, monamenl?. head aad fool stones, table slahs for cabinet ware, and every artideappertaiolngto the bostness. He will warrant bis work to be well dene, and bis charges will lie n«&gt;dcra. le He respectfully asks a share of oublic patronage- sepiOAatES A. TEAZEY, Forwarding tad ComnUstir* Mm*Mxt . Agent for Seasstoat CiejeJaiid aad Feaaajrtoaaaaa4Olita Line, flaviog rented the ware boaat fonacrlvMmnMby Bi™i*gba» * Co^S«.«O Wafer Street, baHrten Wood awJSioJtufieM. ia P"W* ^«eaeant «a* fitrwac* cpad* Ivan »Pf» «o «*¦ flW*"" ill^l aa&gt;&gt;J liter ogiiii wi yr teflas.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

BtDIIS. .vrrORM'Y AND ^B|,()R \T HVf .-"lli " r ' "&gt;" ^^Htire- [,« r, .ant -i . neatly onnosiic ^^Ku- i..'i! nwrc-'o :¦ - ¦ ' "" I' Mai "n. ^V^' «")' 10 ^Br.iorr. »;• n--"i»r '"«td " Hr ,.,-v-,» r&lt;r.r avr; t.lbcrl) S'l'. ^H ' ; pin ^^K —i'r "-!"' A" V ' '¦&gt;' ' • ¦ ¦ "!l.-'r = : '!p ''n ^ ^K: ,„ ,-„. .,:,. K-.--r . «rrt !&gt;o,n»5;ir H v ,&lt; ¦ - ¦ r -i- • - - "i|_ io _ HfcS &amp; M'CI.rRK. A'lOM.ey- ar:&lt;l ^K ' I.u- n'i ' in ' •- .* iMunifinit. i«&lt;rk Km^ .r.t - &gt;.¦:••• - *:&lt; "^_ ^B^ P. M'T' .&gt;n . l;-!^n ¦ '!. o' " :c nnr'ti ^Kh ' ¦ !¦ ¦ -I -.- ¦ - - I1 \V...! ::-iii !=n.-r&gt;flPlil ^E - ¦ i" ^fcfpT. \\ ;¦ .:.&lt; r.,-l'.:..r.r Helping ^^m [I,.., . ! .:: T-. :¦ - - ^-.f I'JIt'jUrfh H^Sf.- .\-u. jjj / ••— stun, ritir ¦ r -¦'¦ io

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

^K roji?!-i m z ff Hop*. F.-mry Sjuideji HfTriai :-. /: ifinr Tools, Buridin; ^Hfe^ . PtuiiHir S(i#:4r«; . etc., just re-^» F. L SSOrt'DEK. ^ Lii&gt;p"y strpel. head of Wood. ^Biams.—Jo?i received a small sup-Bpire ct;rpd Ventsoa Hams, on retail Hrnt money. ISAAC U\r.RI?. Afent, B and Com. Merchant Btlover S,^d. Orchard Grass and B fc Grasf. always on hand and for ^Ko F. L. S.VOWDE. V, ¦¦P^I^^I J4 "*'" b "d ^ Wood - ^^ip^^^ j^rz^roffice Hreet, between MarW « and Wood ^P__ wplO BRLANKS, for prowdin-s in jj, ^tbe late law, for sate at ,Ws oa^ ' Bis on tbe North East corner of Coal ^B) street. Apjsly to ¦^ARLINGTON, Market, near 4tbst.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

¦reUj"s Freocii Sagar Beet Seed, just fcnd for sale at ihe Drag and Seed F. L. SSOWDES, JW Libejtyslreei, head of Wood. PAKTwEBgH^^^ fe^ssssassia EfT" *1 " W "lh " **#* •»«bj«i*5 m «be firm ,„ mfltaj qp tfce j^,^, I ^"JAAU HiCBT, I BEJJJ. T.aOPEWELL

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

_ ' ' ro* th* *b|Hh*« K&amp;t. "Tbe Mornipg Post (awKjogty puii "1 fStfb that stole and worn m»t charge against BemyClav, tint be, in 1811,(jo?po^cd the charter " oFlrm United Sta 'e* 8arik as uacufutilutional. " —Morning fler"Stalc and woivi bvl e&amp;6rge!" The Anti Bmk speaeh of Henry Ctay in 1811, is neither stale nor worn oul; and all the millions of aristocracy cannot tear it out irora the . archivesof earth, ll is a; legacy of intelleqtual Wealth, bequeathed by its author to ihe democracy oltlia world. It control be revoked, cancelled or worn out. Its cagent logic is more tatintirig to the mushroom nobility than the Morning Post; and its figures of speech display far belter taste than the chanticleer rhetoric of the Herald. " J "The Post should have gone a little further, and given Mr. Clay's reasons for a change of opinion on Unit question." j '•Mr. Clay's reasons. '" What power has, the Post over thu books of the ijjnited States Bank? That in.-titirion refused to ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

mn sott» of gfttngs. ^ Ktep &lt;t before the people—that, "it is-belief lo have one plough goiog than two cradles." (Beby cradles we mean.) 03° Y woman in Venice aged 90 has had ier third sej of new teeth. "Go it while your'e younjj ' D"#ile crop of birds is said lo be a failuro Ijhis season in Virginia. i Beauty is the blossom oflife. j TVhieh is 4««i.?—To get half a cent distribujioD money or to drink untaxed tea and coffee. Whfgs, which do you say? ! CPIt is sat 1 that Rives will not go ClaJ.— He'll go himself. f Nonaeme—to sup soup with a fork.—Ex paper Worse Nonsense—to argue wilh a Clay Whig ft*y"*Bustlea' certain! v lire singular things.— . We saw one drop yesterday in tho street, in rath r a ludicrous manner, and 'L.guess you never saw me before ' we \hongfct the bustle renvirked. to the young lady who picked it up immediately ufterwards. Queer world, this.—Sp. oftheJTimea . . 0^7-Ddniel Webster is such a fanny man! A newsboy said to him, "will you take the liie ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

' ftJ-The Advocate ihinks.that if Henry Clay ; hud been in tbe Senate he would have supported the lateTwiff Bill, nod wishes to claim for Mr-Clay the merit of having influenced the Senators from Kentucky to vote in favor of it. The AdvoenlecUirae for Mr. Clay merit, of wihieh h&lt;a course to this »object would entirely dispossess him. I' it the general belief that lie would have been ^|bpd with the defeat ofthe Tariff. And if the flKjbof Mi especial friends prove any thing on H5Vobi«ct,tbe ltd thxl Mr. Speaker While. VVm C—tJehntm, Mr. Underload. Mr. Ovuley, and etfeenin tbe lower House, voled against the late Bill, would clearly show bow Mr. Clay's influence . wa»c»8t. s' Bat it in in perfect keeping wilh Mr. Clay's *«* , that he should have opposed ths late bill.— And we appeal to the friends of Home Industry,— those «j»!*incerely desire that the labor and pro-¦iiB*«Sj||8 uWy of Ihe country should have per-A%S§Mpr ^i&gt;rotection—to such even among the ,%^fge, as would ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

SC?" 'Phe Ga»tte ~h asr taken ilortg leap jo get out of the company of i.be thirtyeight whigs who voted against theiale Tariff, and having alighted under cover of the capitol at Harrisburgli, the editor falls to work at "fortyfive bcofoco Pennsylvania Leg islators?' who went "in direct contradiction to the will and interests of theircoustituents, in obedience to the beTiests of ^party ." Now what these fortynV^ ojieh have to do with the votes of the whig s in Congress, is more than we know, nor will we here inquire. But we will g ive an example of the»shuffling and unfair course of the Gazette, and leave it for the present. The editor says that "we know " that the "three northern , whigs" who vvited against the Tariff were 'warmly favorable to it.' In the first place, we do not know any such thing; (how should we?) aii d in the second, we ask any man who is not blinded by partizan passion, to say, if there is any excuse for Ihe "three northero &gt;vhigs" who paid abject submis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

of tbe democ The Workingnieii's Party. F^r the 'information rats who intend'to support the so called Workiogfnen 's Ticket, (if there are any, which we very mach doubt,) w e submit the folio wfi rig extiiact to their consideration, which we clip frob an Address of the Workingmehof AHegheny City to tbe Working. me|n of the: County. '[If wheb, the public mind is calmed do^'n sufficiently for healthy action, it is foiled that for the general good ofthe coufttty a national institution of some kind is absolutely \necetsary, we would be wanting in democratic feeling not to give way to ihe gooA of the whole."—&amp;c; Gen. Harris.pn said something like this; so Isay Clay and all the Whigs. The most obstinate aristocrat in the country would n$fcWy that they would want a "national institution of some kind" if it was not« " absolutely necessary." We think it hardly worth while to say mcire on this subject. Intelligent working men know that the only means to preserve their rig htis ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

jCj^ The Chronicle says that we have "insinuated" an untruth, in staling that the proprietor of that paper, in his reply to the Herald, insulted Col. Johnson. " Now we "insinuate" nothing about ihe matter. We say positively that the Chronicle did insult Col. Johnson; and we will prove it by the following extract from ihe proprietor's reply to the Herald: '.'The cut at tho head of youi ed lorial column is BuQicienily distinctive, although from the 'hlack lities' nround ilsnme may have mistaken it for 0 portrait, of the 'Great Expunger &gt; and others still from its dark appearance may have supposed it A LIKENESS OF SOME OF THB REPUTED DESCENDANTS OF Mr. CLAY'S DEMOCRATIC FELLOW STATESMAN of Ken tucky." We would like toknow who this « 'DE.M OCRATIC FELLOW STATESMAN" is, if it be not Col. Johnson. Even the Chrpnicle cannot summon effrontery enough to deny that he t ' s ihe person allud-jd to.— And'^e ask any friend of Col. Johnson if it is not a watiton insult to that distingui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 27 September 1842

GJ^Tbe Gazette refuses stubbornly to call on Mr. Darsie for information respecting Mr. Lig htner's extra pay, and evades repl y to our article itself, b ' y quoting from the antimasonic organ at MarrUburgh.— This evasion will not do, Mr. White; the charge of disreputable official conduct has been made agaitistone of your party whom you have repeatedly held up as a brig ht example of political honesty and worth; you have been referred to your own Senator for proof of tbe truth or falsity of tbe charge and nothing iess than a p lain explanation ofthe malter will satisf y the public mind. It would be well for Mr. Darsie, also, to explain to bia constituents, his motives for compelling the tax-payers ofthe state 13 pay Mr. Lightner between one and two hundred dollars for attending to tis own business. The Herald denounces tho Tax Bill passed by the last Legislature. The Herald knr&gt;ws very well that the measure was resorted to with the view of removing a portion ofthe onerous ...

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