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¦ ami* Trwaanarv sus*. AaclHmr ««¦- •rati** mopawrtn. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

¦ ami* Trwaanarv sus*. AaclHmr ««¦- •rati** mopawrtn. We publish In this day's paper, tb* respecti\* reports of the state treasurer and auditor g*oeral, made In pnrsnanee of the pravisiona of the appropriation act of tbe tenth of April last, together with their letters on the (abject addressed £o tbo governor. Also, the letter of tho governor eommnnicating tbe result of tbo reports, to tbe canal commissioner. It will be perceived by inference to tha Utter of the state treasurer to tbe governor, accompanying hia report, that it conveys the idea that lb* auditor general wished him to Join in a report, shewing a lens sum then that whieh would authorise the oomascnecment of tb* work, which as ha states, be could not eonacientiously do. He omits to saantion that tb* papers to whieh be rarer*, war* bat nnnroitnwila estimate*, mad* for the ******* m * comjoarison of opinion betwM* him and Inn ancfttor ganaral, with tha view I* aaa*wH*tt*n and agrnsing upon a Joint report as *ont*mnl*...

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RosmmiptI**. nftls* iffeM-th Bramcla. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

RosmmiptI**. nftls* iffeM-th Bramcla. , Wo bare understood that there will bo a 1 meeting of the canel commissioners about j the 7th Inst, when measures tj recommence tho work on tbe North Branch canal will, \ no doubt, be promptly adopted. Now that it is determined that this great improvement shall be loisbed, it is tbe interest of all concerned, that tbe whole surplus moans of tho treasury, should bo applied to it, and that it should bo prosecuted!, to completion, with as little delay as may be practicable, and consistent with sound economy. We therefore trust, that there will be no unnec-I eoaary delay in the preparation necessary to filacing a portion of the work under contract mmodiately. It scorns to us, that tho policy of diverting a portion uf the surplus means in the treasury to a sinking fund, while the completion of this valuable wort may be delayed for want of safficient aaean* to prosecute it with vigor and economy, Is so unwise and unreasonable that it cannot mea...

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K«l»re*emtsaUve ejmmftjresicc. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

K«l»re*emtsaUve ejmmftjresicc. At a meeting ot the Itoprosontativo Conferees appointed by tho Democratic County Conventions of the Counties of Susquehanna and Wyoming, held at the House of Spencer lliukcux, in Spriugvillc, on Saturday ll.u Ktl. dny uf Hop! lust. Juhn Foster and I. II Lathrup opjicared nn thu part of Hus,|Uubanua, nud Nathan Wells on tho pait of Wyouii >g. Un motion, Nathan Wells was called to the chair, aud I. B. Lathrnp appointed Secretary. ^ On m at ion of John Foster, tho following was adopted. Whcnaa, Sidney 11. Wells of Susquehanna, and Kxckiel Muwrcy Jun. of Wyoming, have been duly nominated by tb* respective counties as tho Dumocrntic Candidates for the office of lteprcaontativo of this District. Therefore—Resolved, That ibis conference unanimously ci in firm this nomination. Resolved, That wo have full confidence in tbo honesty and ability of tho nominees, and cheerfully recommend them to tho Democracy of tho District as worthy their cordial and...

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h Iww Bnunalnd Measures of Federalism Analyaed. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

h Iww Bnunalnd Measures of Federalism Analyaed. Tile federal wing- preas is try 1113 lo induce the Ii. hi f thai IIil' present udinlliisualion ¦¦ [K-rforiit-„i£ wni 11Ieta in eitablidling a miikinjr fund, avoid- I 111:; tha inclined plnae and fiiiialmia; the Norlh 1 Riunrh canal. The first 1* a dec.-ptioii, and the > iwo latter obji-cls, it is well knonn. the adminia-l trillion would willingly 1m\e given the iTO-by*-, had ¦hey isjoKMk'd Ihe power. Tho relief iioir-s, 11 is 'Liiuw n, constitute a portion of the public debt. As the law- aloud prior 10 Ihe last •Piaioii, fifty llionaaud dollars of thew were required lobe cancelled at the end of eucli quarter, n* there was lhal amount thru in Ihe treasury, making two hundred thousand dollars to be cancelled annually. It will be understood that ihrse notes come into the Irras-«T in payment of canal lothi, Uses «Vc , as money, , and that a cancel boon, or destruction of them, k> equivalent la the payment of that amoiui...

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' iu Mcanm. ClamUe and Fuller. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

' iu Mcanm. ClamUe and Fuller. I hu i.yrominn lldxrltr, pub lulu U ill totjt.-ni i's own count v, (hue replies lo acinic rcmnrkaof ihe .Wunry I.hhiiiiiiii/, frum wlneblhe volt rs of ibis couuly can acquire sumu iiu]Rirtuiil information, and liirii irkj, (if ibev du mil uheady knew) they aliuuld prefer Mr.Cmui.i, lo Mr. Fi 1.1 infer (.'anal Commissioner. Afo-r au> 1111;, thai '- m [Hunt of,|ualiliealiun and fxpeiieuci', John A. (itwuLi: ,s as much auperior l» lli.iav M. Fi llku, as the fitmt was lo iho arrant! Washiuglou" it proceeds: p "The DcnMeralic nominee, in a practMul cnciueer—a thorough btmnesa man —an old eoatraelor un thu pulilic works—a i;i-mli-iiiaii who knows how Iu direct repairs wilh a view lo economy and diir.ib,litv-~uiid«ne who, if elected, w,II strive to retrench Ihe cijunsea and mereitae ihe revenues of the Common wealth. That he iscmuieally qualified lo do tins, uo oao can dispute, and that he will faithfully perform his dulirs, lo Ihe beet of hia ni...

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Caclaarr Waslslaajlom Ubelcdl [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

Caclaarr Waslslaajlom Ubelcdl Thi. JVVb- Vo»a-«/«** s«>»: The e.ln-.r ..1 ll,. Filtmkurg t'<i»t has bet ll sued f,ir hls-l alb IP d lo have bees perpetrated oil (ieneral Taylor, by bis repartrr He ia chorgt d w iih having j.iiI.IiJh d a farmed anpfeh of llenerolTaj lor. Tli" fillthirL' Hsrcery sayo, from hia knowledge nf the reporter, he has no uoaat Ihu speech wuscointlly n-uorted. Alaekaaay! Il uw i-Tlirm.li/ seiiaitivc ol his literary roiMStalioa this " spcoimI Washington'' mMSt be, la have lo r.-auit to the i-tie 10 bolster il up. Wander if these Feda wo'ul call for a restore. lion of Itte " sechlion act" uf tile " ehler Adonis" saou T Verily, (hia leeks like it amaaingly. Ir Prcsiikiil Taylor, having partially recovered from his Hlnaes at Eric, visaMtl Niagara, and then •¦ out ftleh" far Hie Whita'llanar, as rapitUy as poosible. h s| In- should sulTr a riapse. The '¦ popular ewlhuslasm" waa decidedly loo much far tho n\.' <., „,d It - woody conclude i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

THE.DEMOCRAT. I MovrnosK. e* ¦ ¦ TMr*ar, ».»«•"•»•'•»¦ *•<**¦ DnMnW »»uil»»,lon«. - fvr Okaal 0«aunlHlon». JOHN A. CAMIiLE, OF L^L'OVIISo COL'SCTT. I'onnly Tifkrt. M»\i.Y » WKI.l.S. ,J ChiT-nl. ,.:i:ii'.l. MOWKKV, Ji« . IV'i-'Kiiig ., -;i It :i IM*'IV, '.r.S*i/nr Lake 11 <. 'lilMi'Sri'.AD.or M>,mr-te ALMUN SI'iOU, .'/ It rrkt. C ,\ L V ISP Ci mil, •¦fUHl'll>t->w».

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Tbo "Nmllvo" Bray. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

Tbo "Nmllvo" Bray. 1 The Innl Ktp'*lrr, while ret ommending its ¦ uiul J.<lr f'.r Cuiomissioner, lakes iK-cnsion lo ' „,u|„- ilie 1..II-.U.II-: s.iigiilar psoa al Mr. Meas-nv nnd Ihe 1 lemrxrutic party ihst nosninaled him: ( ¦¦ We are nut u '(loimled uilh hi» "ppniwilt Mr. Miwphv ol MKer Like, and would not wrge one word lo hia prejudice on the ground of his being on |r:HlmiHii: but when such ¦nominal.011 is made esiinsslv fur Ihe purpose of securing the support , of his countrymen on lhal ground, as alleged by( ao.oeof his own party, Ihe li)|Miericy espoa.^' »' 1 the iK-ttom of Hie '""'"e' '• di»U»""»g indeed. Now we do not believe it in our coteinporary'a ' power 10 convey the same ideas in more studiedly j million* or ambiguous InnjriiHgr. And yet, uol-, w.ihaiuiidin-; nil hia ,-trurls lo conceal or disclaim 1 it, ifhe HullerH himself 111.,1 l„i> renders do l>"l all j . „| tli letect, e.eu in In- d. ,n..l, ll," nOM.1 rntikling " Nulive Amen, an" feeling...

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¦hlney B. wTnim, Banj. ] [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

¦hlney B. wTnim, Banj. ] The llonesdate Herald in speaking of ihe Dcm-«rwtio ticket of this county, thus pays a high nbute to our candidate for Representative; •* The Candidate for Reprriciiiauve, was for a icasoii one of the moat active mere)nuts ia this norough, and during Ins brief sojourn m our midst, mdeored tn himself many friends, who will rejoice icindy in Ins elecliou. Ha bore the most unquestionable evidence, while here, of hia fidelity to Ihe Democratic party, and ample ability lo represent hi* fellow ciusana in Ihe Halls of Legislation." Tbe Nonslsaatlws) of Mr. Mswrey, The Wilktsbarre Farmer, after quoting our entire article announcing the nomination of Mr. Mowcat by our Democratic friends ni Wvoinmg, thus I I j 1 I ' A tiolilirnl comineiiiJa'tor) para-jrapli rarely contuiiiamiire imtli ihji, the above from our Moutrosi cut- m|T.iar., Mr Muwarr, is worth} nf all ihe praise bestow e,l, and of even more. He is a democrat by it'heritunee and from uivesligaliuii uud...

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•v TIs*) staHBrwt Exn>e«tstlwm. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

•v TIs*) staHBrwt Exn>e«tstlwm. From recent developments, we ara not so j clear but that the much talked of secret, scheme for tho invasion of Cuba, or some other foreign dependency*may prove nut all^ moonshine after all. Tho Now York Con- i rier and Enquirer of Friday says: There Is very little reason to doubt that movements for the invasion of O-iba are actively prosecuted in this city. We hare already announced the sailing of the New Orleans packet Union, with men on board destined, ss is believed, on this expedition. I The case of the Sea Gull has alio been mentioned. \ We atatcd yesterday, that the Sea Gull had gone to sea, .io evidence having been discovered suffi.-ient to warrant her detcntenlion. Puvalu.iiiformalioufrom Washington leads us to believe that facts in regard to her have been made known there, which 1 have not transpired here,. Wc were as-! titred that orders were giren for her dctcn-! lion, by letter from the Department in that . city—but by whom ...

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The IitoeiarJl Tmanry iid Ihe Tariff, 1 [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

The IitoeiarJl Tmanry iid Ihe Tariff, 1 If tbe wisdom and propriety of measures, bic to b* determined by practtea) results, then linve tbe Iriends anaadvocstes of, the two greatest reforms of modern times, \ the independent treasury system .and the; - tariff act of 1848, cause to rejoice, and eon-1 grstulate themselves snd tbe country, on the extraordinary success which has attended their adoption. The one has dispelled the-delusion, once so prevalent, of the ne-I ocssity of a United States bank ss a fiscal agent and regulator of the currency, and ' done more to liberate the country from tbe | power and danger of banks, than any measure which has ever been devised Tho ! other has proved successful beyond the anticipationa of its moil sanguine fi lends, and | by its practical operations, demonstrated the fallacy, and delusion of the high protective system, and harmonised tbe coun> II try upon a question which, heretofore produced much sectional division and bad feel- I...

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Whig Detail tiate TirUr'i Ekctlti. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

Whig Detail tiate TirUr'i Ekctlti. 1 I Since tbo election of Genera) Taylor, in November last, we have witnessed some of the wise and patriotic doings of the Whig leaders, which are now worthy of being alluded tn as indications of the future: We have since then seen an attempt made in Congress by the Stevencs and tho Scliencks of that body, both Taj lor Whigs to give back California to Mexico, on too ground that the Protocol nulificd the treaty. This traitorous attempt was opposed by every Democrat in the House, and only supjtortcd by the Whigs. Wo have seen an attempt made to condemn the venerated President of the United States, for collecting millions from the Mcx-"**. i leans lo defra*. the expenses of a war begun I by themselves. This attempt waa also supported by nearly every Whig iu Congress, i tnd opposed by every Democrat. ! We have seen the administration beginning its career by arresting tbe lIuTted Stales steamer bound for Germany, and placing her unqYr hour's not t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

. -Trw*M snwnnco*. Tb* Heroin* arrived bar* to-nny from Vera Crux, with date* from tbo OJty of Mexico, to tho Slat alt Congress waa still In aeanloa, and baa transacted nothing of Importana*. Tbo Cholera waa still raging u Parang It waa announced thai On*. Moan bad died at Dnruufo. 0**. Bent assent* bad bona reMavnd frsws In* i.mmaad nf tba nrmy by Go*. Ml*** , M«se*wMofUi b**Jtk

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nra bats LATER FROM EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

nra bats LATER FROM EUROPE ArriVaU WsTtnyn nisosjnvm. Terrible Rmnea in Hungary S». Jeans, H. B. Wrtotadoy Right, W o'alook. The Niagara, Capt. Young, arrived al Halifax this morning at 0 o'clock, bringini ' 113 passengers and Paris intelligence ofthi 83d, London of tbe 24th, and Liverpool ol tba 25th. her day of sailing. She will bi duo at New York at a late hour on Friday, P.M. Th* intelligence from the seat of war ii Hungary is of tbe most disastrous kind.— The Hungarians have been defeated at all points, and tbe causa which they so courageously upheld against fearful odds has fallen past redemption. Tb* precise detsili of the circumstances which led to this unfortunate nod expected result cannot be asoertalned from any accounts within our reach. But of tho main facts the, Hungarians havo been forced to lay down their arms and submit unconditionally to tbe Bussisn forces, there is no reason whatever to dobbt. The operations of the Hungarians under Bess, just preceding the t...

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Asrtcmltmrml sTmlr. [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

Asrtcmltmrml sTmlr. Tho 4th Aawsal CotOe Mow aad Fair as* lha Hocirty for the prewMlhNi of Agtie.ii.r, BBj ,„„ Mwhaoie Ana ta Sua*. CmoIv, will be held in Montrose, on Tuesday, October IClh inai. la connection wilh the Fair a p-owiar males- will ukeplaea on Monday, ihe I Sir,. % W" "" (For address of the CovomiUee, ¦e«"Dem«eroi" of Sept. 6.] Pais- KiLt.so.-A oetllsof Pass Kllf, staaoisa bv Dr M.THATSs.eflliUVniacr.sAS lour/bssn sJaaeS oo "or labia flw trial aod wp*«iva. naMssj osr4 II « w •ral oe*aak>o« Io oor tnmUj Wlh soar* s«e*se,« fast n*. lo rMessamu It to U» p.bUc » Utll - good K *<A a-pertor to say owh-b. oftloy sssss aassesswhssarkst. - ^Wl^ip-rff-rt-v: i In Woshinrlon, Wyomins esantv, an the 99th! oil., by lUv. H. 8. I-nr. MrTti. Law, rf An!, hum, tW C**., o> Miss Eixes Csa-raa of Ihe former pfacF.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

i M>tw w,?m?%&mmvMss. 1 FALL FASHlONSFOR 1849." \T^^^;^^^Jr^Vu^^ J lasiieter Pw cash. KLDHKD k HBWImSbT \ Wfcllmlele'* lnwihrwvnej De>msM« !c()0KTSfG'ST0VE. TIE abon stoie irMpalasilfd hi lbs fall of IMT aod nt girt out Ihe last a*ar. It Is eesusacrea so mmmj w aaertr In I* a MdHl hiMMMSnl oa nan othaTauka I orLookhw ¦«*«<¦. It a^oXr.117 «7 s^TlS ftirt fc. | ^»<a-a »1H-|c Ibsn o»s h If oo. Ml oXv^sToo? n^r-ahs^UrbaaoMalBPdtMaldoiSTarlnhl orvnHliD« tlila at -v.- ¦ the PountlM orsunoahs-a. and Wan*. »..."* ¦*•.*«• """Iwrorthesi owaatofsarfd st llw KtgW I -iuiut* In Ibis 1 Hlat-P, hs s mat MtIs, bob oSais IhimlnrMk Thry nn br hadal Ihernaadn. at ww ««. «rM«-r-.no«*Sla.|MKH,,0,erth.™t^rll«: 'mir^Snft. ll, IMS, OS). rULLKU. Auditor's Notice. TIIF, •ub>nllKTlurlosl«rnBp|iolBtf4BB*udltatl«t1i. .-ttlen,™t of t „ «ronBl. ,/j«J„» Mul,nla, Auia'r 1?".',*;^T m . ,r"7<J'T'J.wu«IJ hrrrbj. ¦!(• nnlirrtluit ,,-«JUali.-ndt<.th»«MK,nriil. „u ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

WASHBURN &.C0 1 MAtlVF\VT*"f8 •»* »-¦"». wholassl. aad rMail. 1. Cwwrt llr*el, mmntawsmtwsi, (5 Doors East of the Bingkamton Hotel.) ..IS**.?! 8JT",Vt,~,w,*i,,a: *¦¦ ""*> Ma**, sod tb. ¦abSa that their f toafc of Poll a3 Winter soods for ISM nKSJl''! , .**rt 7J"i!* ta'0 ^* «¦*.•*« ate,and [ Tba fast ksmasr of tbHr InslaHs has eoasp^lnl Ihraa toaT*Ulr*Blanr'th rirSlorr,sndln«>ha*s now Ihrlarf?-* •*" ""* aatwtsd smwrtaisoi of Maartr, NutHs, Hrsah, Soleaklo, Silk Calrtnraia aad Wool baM, lilt™, tt.il. Nm' tiKMoakrot. SHb and Hobore Pl«sl^lSUk>M Uettooglu,. > *>« «'l"ada nf Fur.. SaSUe Kobaa, oil kind* sn.l •tBBUtkw, Traaka. Valkwa, Wslton, nruasria aad Injtnla 0an>(4IUl r>,LBdlr.SatCb«lil,ate. atr.,amo*«wl™" toosMUnn, nf thl- part nftberoBatrr TbrtrHU,1 and fapaarsall muiaf.uHarnl bj thnn-Hira, obhI tntjr mhn «-md« aHrrtrd with *rr.at rar. fr-nn ||„- lariraat Manufaclurrra sod IbibohitsIh lha lull.-dSi.|,-. wulrli mablH tbna lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

¦naiap. a Mann ul nur ••¦ a Btan Blrer &msmemmm» BAIISOAOI. AN snd sflrr Toradsy, Joly 17, tUe traUu.laars ss (si «. , *S^B ., fi!^l'l?r•,0¦ I l*Sf. Msw-Tort. At ¦•.«• o'eajpkJr M. I Al BU u'elorh A M - •IN ^^f.M. 1 •' ii' •S " P. M. « •• p m ot'fVTi'*ZKirl u "** t"1"'*h4H '""*"°"'*p fll'MDAT TR4IP1S. Lnirt Swftr*'* tir,wt I /^n JVfv-Vg.1. s-t 6s.,r tockA M At Bo'dork A.Jd * " V M. I t - V M. P*TRHM)» TRAIi l , »» «*1A.V Market*! At SUo'rlutkA M * " I'al.rsnn Uep » .. ,. 1 i-"m :: 'i1 - ;: ¦ •..*¦ ASl " Markrt->l. i .. ¦ . ~2 " |-.trr,o,,nep ft'»*AV TNII-.K. * " nVi?.»i^*!^iie. I" ."¦"^" f j; n n ,>„ wTj /-.j,n«. „.,.„n,., .nln r™, seaem-, ¦¦"r j" r.1. ,r.ifr in""-"1''' !IH"1- "¦ '* •""¦¦trlral ul Ihe Tb,lr«lB.rt,l..hWr><.l M1SI M an-IO P M. rill be in dm.- In o>e.<l llir Krie tniln., ¦..,*,,l„tf tll,|,.,,.,, i,K. ll-a,w W'.<l. atSuffi mi Urpot Auku-M |%«i. 31. ' Crockery aod Glass. - 'W^'/^r'.'SM'k-SKai"?*,";^-*; ,"" ""¦'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

m Myers' Liquid C\u& Isapropar.tlon-l,lfbli..»^,m rwJ_rl,,r,.j ,.r,t,, pcruiauaut s.id -»«,. cu., ^ . * \ aTXT.hu than any n,r.Ilda* rtnr e*m*d to the PnbaV. II bar l—r, I l*sl«l In Ms*>utad> nfloallnee. aod baa «titr fZltJt:. •„, In/mo,/ ahitmaU isih, whrthar uf Internal, eHemal l.ltu.l ¦wUredtOf Piles, ant are r.mildini M Mrw.-r *M III b*.ill 1 If Bse,! a proper iMsfth oftlntr, aeeorduu; to dt.r. Unn- V a ptwiriif oureultraeouSornealu Its eSTury,a. aerate .,, por.-hB.er. lhal. IfsHsr • i-rseer trial It preva lorSari u.l, •> Tlie Hssa«S- pnM lur It Mill Be Nol*mast , **- f--| 1 nilna li inn iin rnllln isa isipiii ibi mil l*nr*ufthr*Lh|UidCars'rnracALOS.SDaa«,c«*s,* paAins, sstiiBs, aWBLLiifai, ** IlianVrtassa kteal Palo KHInr are nairiral The- U,uJd L'nrd'ia aa eSartual reasedy fneataar. as dlarases of "rrrrj dasrrlpllati, as well ia for all . naaptiluti re>ulthwfr.Hn toHsoistlon ' OT- K\ KRV PAM1LV la lbs bind sbowht pra*U* Ibmiselrea with ihi...

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The Revert ExpetUMom. ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Montrose Democrat — 13 September 1849

The Revert ExpetUMom. ¦ The fearful secret niililarv conspiracy which liai given ourgL-neral llovcrnment so ' , much anxiety, lust it sln.uhl take iiossession nf Cuba, or commit sonic other nu trace, is Ukelv to bo ilurtatcl. j A dispatch from New Orleans, dated tflltb \ iitt. says:—Wo loam that Lieut. Totton,' of llic United States steamer Water Witch, has sent a formal notice to the persons as- i sembled on Bnuiid Island to disperre Irnma-' diatoly under penalty of 1 lie law. He also 1 ent off their supplies of provisions. | Tho ' Is'anuV-rs" replied that tbey wore [ unenliatcil and unarmed, and that they had' 1 no intention to viulste the laws of lbs gov-1 erntnont. They intimated their intention to! leave the inland as anon aa tliey eould proeuro means of conveyance. roUojIwma rasrtlcw. TMS Sl"«»l SI-iWB» ASUH-IITIOH nr lisIVSOltLISTS will heM its mil sauual aeraina In Moatrn**, Sas^nrhanna V:. Fa na Wrda*«tay lad Thwrsta* tba M sssl 4th days ofOrtobFr orst Tbet'ouarH wi...

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