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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 November 1837

KVIOCEtlT I liavo sWorn upon the Allnr of God, eternal hostility to ctcry fcrai of Tyranny over the fllliitl of Man," Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM! Volume I. BLOOMSBSURG-, OOITMBIA CQUNTY, PA, SATURDAY, JfOYEMBEE 25, 1837. Number SI. ill I'roni llio Wyoming Jtepublicnn & Herald. AIEMOHIAT, TO CONGRESS. , To the. Honourable the Senate and Home of Jlcprcscnlalivcs of the United Slates, til Congress assembled. By order of a public meeting, held at Wilkcs-Harrc, Luzerne County, Pennsyl vania, the subscribers present you the fol lowing Memorial in behalf of the Wyoming Sufferers during tlc Revolutionary War, their Heirs, Widows, and legal Hcprescn tativco. K j . The circumstances, of the invasion of the "Wyoming Settlement by the British and Indians the battle and massacre; the entire -expulsion of the inhabitants; thc-cnnllagra-jion of their dwellings, and the devastation of their fiqlds a'ro presumed to be familiar 'to all of you. In the annals of that ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 November 1837

feer frte; yatiti tht j7 6f griaf, for the' grave could scarcely have more effectually Reparoled her from her friends. Such were among the deep woes and sorrows of yenning! Thoro was nn praeo until Gen. Sullivan, aided bv Generals Clinton. Poor, Maxwell, Hand, Col, Proctor with his Artillery and others, invaded the Indian country in 1770, and drove the savages to Niagara. By a R?snhition of Congress of March 14, 1777, it was ordered "That" General Washington he informed, that no piovUion lias been made by Congress for the sup port of widows whose husbands have been slain in battle." At a later day, vwhcn the distresses of war were more fulfy realized, belter thoughts prevailed, 4hd Aug. 10, 1770, the following just anil beautiful resolution was auoptcd by aft almost unanimous vote. iPi f. .ii ii.. I liat it be and hereby is recommended to ,,.., i o. - r . ' itin enxnJ O. ....... iA. ..-t. ' 1 . . ' ' r.... r .i. .r.i '. . . , t wi mo tviuiMva in sucii oi me omcers anu , such of ihe ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 November 1837

ai.i.'niewwitiiJUjjj;ua,jBwj&nii:Hi Tllfi COLUMBIA DKMOCltAT. "TIll'TII WITIIIM T FEAlt. EJlLiEGSESl! !2(E3- 3 SATTJIIDAY, NOV. 23, 1857. TIIR Democratic citizens of Columbia countw.who arc friends to the measures of the administration of the genera! govern mcnt, and opposed to the re-election of Jo seph Ritncr to he governor pf this Mate, arc requested to inert at their respective places for choosing inspectors tor tin; gen end elections, in each township, and (lis trict, on Saturday the25!hdau of Novum ber instant, to choose two persons to rep- resent cacn inwnsiup ami ui&inci ai a County convention of delegates to he held atthe house of Daniel Gross, in Hloomsbnrg, on the following Monday, for the purpose of selecting one or more persons to repre sent (Jolumma county, and this Senatorial district, in a State Convention to be .held at Ilarrisburg on tho 4th of March next, to select h culminate lor Uovernor, to lie sup ported by the Democratic party at tlie next general ele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 November 1837

! i OFFICE OF 'THE DEMOCRAT, Next noon to TJoiufco.Vs Stack Oitick The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT tvill be published every Saturday morning, at TIVO DOLL AllS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six,mohthsj nor any discon tinuance permitted, uiftil all' arrearages arc discharged. 'ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions; and Twcnt'if-ftvc cents for every subse quent nscrlion. iCT'A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year, LETTERS (tddrcsscd oh business, must be post paid. Thc Gentleman's Magazine. Tho proprietors have much pleasure in announc ing to tho rcadinc public,! tho complete success 'which has attended the establishment of this Maga lino a success far beyond theirutmostcxpectatiohs, nnd considerably exceeding the prosperity of any publication in America. The daily incKasing su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 December 1837

mmmMA 1 liavo sivorn upon the Altar of Goil, eternal hoftlllly to every form of Tyranny over tuo llnd of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGHAM. Volume I. BSliOOMSBIJRGt, COLUMBIA COiUITY, PA, SATHXIMJ AY, XNBOEMRER 9, 133?. Number 33. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to IIoiuson's Staok Omen. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TfrO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in udvancc, or Two Dollars Fi'flv Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscripfiore-will be. taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at Une JJotiarjor inc jirsi uiree mscriivns, unit Vitrnhi.fmc cents for cveru subse quent tiserlwn. $7 A" liberal discount made to those tvho advertise by the year, LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. The Gentleman' Magazine The proprietors have much pleasure in announc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 December 1837

TIIE COLUMBIA DE3IOCRAT. "TnUTIt WITHOUT FEAIt." SATURDAY, 1EC. 9, 1837. "Lewis Dgwart, Esq. has boon reelect ed Speaker nf the House of Representa tives, and Dr. Jesse Bukden Speaker of the Senate. rc-The Hon. D. Petrikin will please accept, our thanks, for his early attention in forwarding us a copy of the Presidents Message: and tu Messrs. Benton $ Bu chanan of the U. S. Senate, and Messrs. Hammond and Jleily of the House, wo arc under many obligations for their trans mission of Congressional documents. C7We are under many obligations to John Bowman, Esq. our representative, for a copy of the Governor's message, and other favors. C7Thc post mortum examination of John Dornell, noticed in our last, resulted in a discovery of a fracture of the skull seven inches in length, and which the three physicians pronounced the cause of his death. Many rumors arc afloat respecting this unfortunate transaction; but as Poke will receive his trial in January next wc forbear any further statement...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 December 1837

Legislature of 1821 , ih which the infliction of tlio penalty would bo productive of more evil to the community than a continuance of the suspension. It is n rcinarhablc in stance of the virtual repeal of a general law ol tlio land by the expressive, hut si lent action of public necessity, by which own the fierceness of party zeal has been restrained. Of the voles polled at the l ite general election, a small majority were by a party one of whose professed principles was op.ir.iiion to Hanks, It is a fnirsuppo s'uion tbicl this majority held since the sus pension, tb" .'aiiie proportion of the bunk notes of the State. It was therefore in their nriwei' to have closed up and foifeitod the charter of otrv bank in the Commonwealth tyscept perhaps two or three, not done so, and the reason is, They have j that their own, and the public interest would have thereby suffered. The public injunls, both Legislative and Executive, are therefore bound to art on this plain intimation of the pultli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 December 1837

ttffi3a1 MY mtOTIIEIt'S GHAVK. Beneath tho chancel's hallow'd etbne, Exposed to every rustic treat, To fow, save rustic mourners, known, My brother, is thy lowly bed. Few words, upon the rough Stone graven, Thy name thy birth thy youth declare Thy innocence thy hopes of Hcavon In eimplcst phrass recorded 'there. No 'scutcheons shine, no banners wave, In mockery o'er my Brother's Grave. No sound of human toil or strife To death's lono dwrlling speaks of life, Nor breaks tho silenco still and deep Where thou, beneath thy burial stone, Art laid in that unstartlcd sleep The living eye hu h never knovni. The lonely sexton's footstep falls In dismal echoes on the "walls, As, slowly -pacing through the aisle, Ho sweeps th' unholy dust away, And cobwebs, which must not defile Those windows on tho Sabbath day; And, passing through tho central nave, Treads lightly en tuy Brother's Grave. But when the sweet toned Sabbath chime, Pouting its music on the breeze, Proclaim the well known holy timo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 December 1837

jFBQG I liaic morn Mien tlio Altar of Ctd, eternal liut.llfy to cvuy fcrm cf 1 yrtuiiy ocr tl.c d tf "RIaJi." 'Ihomas JelTcrion. HUNTED AND I'UELISIIKD BY JOHN S. INCItAM. Volr.nsc I. BliOOMSBSUHG, COLUMBIA COSJNTY, FA, SATURDAY, 18, 1S37. Number 34. Jov'cs,isos,"s JTEcssagc. Tj the Sen'fe noil lLvre nf ' Rrfcttnlut'.vn rflic Cum mmi weullh if Pennsylvania : Fellow-Citizens : . , tn cuiimiuuiuitiiig lothe Lcgttlnturo llic Rcncrnl condition of the Commonwealth during tlio i,it , car, it is my grateful duty to iuKiiowIciIrc, tlitit throughout nil it chuniM tlio wise guardianship of a niTi'tful l'rovitk'iico Ins been Uiidy extend, cd over iw an n people. '1 tin dojin of man's short Biglilcd hut lioasted wisdom have sown distrust and ruin with over thcltiul; hut in lVuusylviuii.i tlio retraining tare of tho Kulcr ol nations has still been at hand to mitiato the evil, . WJiilo want of ooiifiilciirc and of employment, nmln i-oiiicquum general stagnation uf butjiwH, wero prostrating the en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 December 1837

In this viaw of the subiecl. 1 have now little doubt but that the Legislature may vith perfect safety fix an early date for the $35U"mplionf5fspecio5paymcnt3. The sound ness of her Banks and of her general cur rency,, will, necessarily place Pennsylvania foremost in the attempt to accomplish what ever is in the powcr'of Slato legislation on 'the subject. But thcroj is ono view of tho 'subject which presents tho strongest reason for the carlicst'possiblo resumption. The gener al circulation of irredeemable promises to pay, by and"thiough all portions of society. is not merely a discaso of the currency. It auuiui uvii ugruui moral laini which, mi long uncorrected, will undoubtedly Have inc most deleterious muuenco on our char acter and happiness as a people. Pcnn sylvania h3s heretofore been characterized by steady good faith' ah'd adherence to prin ciple. It behooves her public agents now to guard this brighest jewel in her casket, by restoring its usual unsullied purity lb her publi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 December 1837

in ' i-' fjinve done so and the creditors of Pcnn i I- . . fur jSJ Ivniira uuiiiiuiu uiu lume justice. X lie whole matter is rcspcntlnlly suumited to the Legislature, that such order may bo taken upon it, as the honor of the State, and justice to her citizens and creditors may require. TJioTsubjcct is introduced inthis'coimcction, as exhibiting' an addi tional. strong reason for avoiding any in crease of ttic debt, and for confining all our present oncrgics to the single object, of ma king the cxpcndilurcjiilreadyl incurred, as .nspccuiiy productive as prarucauio. I On the last day of.thc last session of the 5 Legislature, a jnin.t resolution was presen ted to mo authorizing n loan by the Slate, Ifoj two years, of 9150,000, at six per cent. ...1 Tl I II interest, 10 mc iiarnaourg aim jjancasier rail road company. It was not llicn, nor lias it been since, sinned. I now assign (thc following reasons for withholding the executive .lppruuauuii. . 1. Hccausc, just before ihc resolution ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 December 1837

fes QaovERNon's message cokcujdgd. The law nftho lOtli April, 1835, 'to graduate lands on which money is ilnc mid unpaid to tlio Cotrininnvvealtli of Pennsyl vania," will expire by it? own limitation, on iha 10th of April next. The ohjcot of this law was to encourage the patenting of lands, by proportioning tho purchaso mon ey payable to tho Statn, to the actual valuo of the land. The end aimed at by tho Le gislature in passing it, has been largely at tail o I, as will appear on comparing the a mounl of money brought into tho Treasury from ttiu source, since its passage, with that of previous yeats. There are, wi;h out doubt, still many tracts similarly situa ted with tlios'o whinli have already obtain ' ed tho benefit of the law. I would there Tore recommend its further extension, not merelv as an act of justice, but as one which will have a good effect on the pub lic revenue. The lien of the Commonwealth on the land owned by John Nicholson and I'eter Baynton, has recently caused s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 December 1837

LIUBIA DEMOCRAT. I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Mali." Thomas Jefferson. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANK1N S. MILLS. Volume I. B1L.OOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY DECEMBER 23, 1837. Number 3ff. the Prcsstlcjil's Message to the two houses or coxonr.su, at the com mencement Of THE SECOND SESCIO.Y OF THE TWr.STT-virrii cosonr.ss. Fellow-Citizens of the Senate, and House of Representatives: We have reason lo rennw the expression of our devout gratitude to the Givku or ael noon for his tenign protection. Our country presents, on eve ry tide, the evidence of tlint continued favor, un der whoso auspices it 1ms gradually risen from a few feeble and dependent Colonics to a prosperous and ppwerful Confederacy. Wo aro blessed with domestic tranquility, and all tho elements of na. tional prosperity. Tho pestilence which invading, for a time, some nourishing portions of thu Uiuoii, interrupted tho general...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 December 1837

n a st ui auo n which snail relieve u lrom an ilcpendence on tho will of irresponsible indi fidufcls or cbrporationsf; to . witlnlraw those monbys from t!ie uses of private trade, "and confido them to agcnls 'constitutionally se lected and controlled by lawjHo abstain'frorn improper ntitcrferbnco 'with tho industry of the people, and with'hould inducements to improvident dealings on the part of indi viduals; to givo stability to the concerns of tho Treasury; to preserve the measures of tho Government from the unavoidable re proaches that flow from such a connection, and the banks themselves from tho injuri ous cflcpts of a supposed participation in tho political conflicts of tho day, from which they will otherwise find it difficult to es cape. These are my views upon this important subject; formed after careful reflections, and with 'no desire but tb arive at what is tndst likely to promote the public interest. They arc now, as they wore befnro, submit tal with unfeigned deference f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 December 1837

propriety, not to.say necessity, 01 1110 mea-1 sn'rcy ih Order to enable tlicm to perform the various ami important duties imposed upon them, induces ino to repeat thb rccominon dation. Tlio Military Academy continues to an swer all tlio purposes of its establishment, and not only furnishes well-educated offi cers to the Army, hut serves to difiuso throughout the mass of our citizens, indi viduals possessed of military knowledge, and scientific attainments of civil and mili tary otiginceniig. At present, tlio cadet is i bound, with consent of hit! parents orifiiar- j dians, to remain in service fivo vonrs from i the period of his enlistment, unices sooner discharged; thus exacting only tine year s service in lha Anny after his education is completed. J Ins docs not appear to nir- i sufficient. Wnveninu'iit ought lo command forajongcr period, tlio services of those who aro educated at the public expense; and I recommend that iho time of enlist ment bo extended lo seven years, ami the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 December 1837

(TKESIDENt's MESSAGE CONCLUDES.) Vho decrease in numbers of the tribes vithin the limils of thu States and Tcrrito lies has been most rapid If they bo re moved tlreycan bo protected from those associations ftrrd Ovll Tiracticcs which ex ert so pernicious and destructive an infill- enco over ilicir destinies. 1 Key can be induced to labor, and to acquire property, -and its acquisition will inspire them with "a feeling of independence. Their minds can bo cultivated and they can bo taught ho value of salutary and uniform laws, and bo made sensible of tho blessings of free government, and capable of enjoying its advantages. In the possession of property, knowledge and a good Government, free to give what direction they please to their labonr and sharer's in the legislation by "which their persons and the profits oftheir industry ate to bo protected and secured, tliey will have an over present conviction bf the importance of union, of peace a- mong themselves, and of the preservation w a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 December 1837

I 1 VI iH ' COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. -nrr- ,r I ' i ''"'-'I I ! , I have worn upon the Altar of God, cicrnnl hostility to ccry form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferson-. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS. Volume Iv BL'OOMSBUMG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1837 Number 35. , A NAME IN Tim SAND, nr jtiss obvLii. Alone I walked tho ocran strand, A pearly shell was in niy liaml ; I stooped and wrotoupon the sand TVty name, the year, the day. As onward from the spot I passed, One lingering look fcliind 1 cant'' A w'avncaniu rolling high and fast, , , And washed my lines uwUy.'' . And bo, mcthoiight, 'twill shortly bn Willi every mark oi earth from nio I A wave of dark ohlivinu's ca Will sweep aer'ota the pla'ec Where I havo trod the sandy (.hOro Of time, and liecn to be no intre ; .Of me, my name, the name I bore,' ' ;To leave no track nor truce And yet, with Him who count? the Band, And holds thu walcnl in his hand, I know a lusting r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 December 1837

CANADA. "That our readers may obtain "a knowl edge of 'the caiss which have induced the people of !t'dver Canada to 'take Hip arms against the government of Groat 'Urit'mn, am, 'the we subjoin the following address of "Sons of Liberty" 'bt Montrnal tn tlm , rTouirinonor'afe Cn'ifeV. tvhiM, hn i , .... . ' regarded in the light of a Declaration of In- dependence. Of the signers of this nancr. Vour Meaers, Gcimet. Bouchervillc. Tav- crriict. ntiftimnrit. l,!,Vriit,-Wrt.,o(A.i Va, cRn .1nt, nn n w -f ,ri, Tk . . . f , , "1 i.u T ruuKi iuimi 111 una uuuumum, mvui- Ting as they do, the rights of a people to " self-government; are not to be controverted "or denied at this enlightened dav- -and re- U! UUTOU UIUUS OmiyrailCU Uay, "anu rC specling the Injuries which have goaded tho 1 Canadians into tho field, it is but faro -to j infer that they afford just grounds for the course Traisned; for "all oxpefienco hath shown that rna'Mcmdtire more disposed to wider while evils a?6 mtflerable than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 December 1837

TIHCOLUMBtA I)EItOCRATL lly Ingram b Mills. "TIlUTIt WITHOUT TT.kn. SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1837. ICT Solomon Neyhaut, Esq. has boon appointed a Justice of the Peace, for the townships of Briar Creek, Bloom, and Mount Pleasant, including Bloomsbtirg and Berwick, in this county. JCJJerbmiaii WiLMVER,12s'qM has been appointed Post Master at Jcisnytown, 'in the place of John Fruit, Esq. resigned. Pennsylvania Legislature. Tlioro are in the present 'llousc of Rep resentatives 47 Farmers, 18 Lawyers, 10 Merchants, 4 Physicians, and 2 Printers and of the 100 members, 87 were born in Pennsylvania, 3 in New York, 3 in Now Jersey, 3 in Massachusetts, 2 in Vermont, 1 in Ohio, and 1 in .Ireland. Only 11 of them are over 50, and 12 of them arc under 30 years of age. DIVISION OF COUNTIES. Petitions havebeen presented to the Leg islature for the erection of a new county out of part of Noithampton ; and two bdls have already been reported to divide the county of Berks, and with parts of Mont gomery and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 December 1837

Next door to Roiuson's Stage OrrfCE. c.nrTMnrji nnnmtmjiT he fpttblished even Saturday morning, at rfrrtrf Tin r rin a Y. .?. i. 1. d ir u jjujjv.'ijiu per umuimt puyauic V t ... . ..j.. 'v. v . rn 'ti",, -naij yearly in aavance, or i ivo jjouars 7r7y 7i.. if n nniit ,nttl,t tho mam Tvo 5WOffcri)?on to'7 be taken for a shorter .penou man six monms ; norany aiscon linuance permitted, until all arrearages iit) PER TI SEME NTS not exceeding a square win oe conspicuously inserted at vc jvuiturjur iie jirai iirce ijucriitfri J and Twc'ntn-tlnp. cents fnr Mirrt suhsi. uent nscrtion. C7Jt liberal discount made to those ivho aUvcrlise by thc.ycar, BETTERS -addressed on busi ncss, must vc post paid. Notice to Collectors. TjrtHE Collectors of 183G arc hereby requested Jl to pay off their duplicates at tho next Janu ary Court, and tho collectors of 1837 arc also re quested to pay tho half .of tho amount of Tax on mcir implicates at tlio next Janunry court. HUGH McWlLLIAMS, Treasurer of Columbi...

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