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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 March 1855

y mmmtm ^ptf)Bsinflns anfc EJcntists. j Catoncts aui> £cmb QVgcnt. m LODGE, meets the Erst Saturday. nth. .^4 ■ GwicH&s,—-E. FifeSin, W. Master: B. F. Carter, S. Ward«nrG.L.Wsltoo,J. Warden ;F. T.Duffau, , treasurer B; Vajor, Secretary Dec. Iff, ««, 6 T AISTM' COLLEGIATE FEMALE MSTiTfTE. fPHE Seveutii Session of this Iniutule 1 will commenee on the 29th of Jan- nary, 1855. in the large brick building, opposite the Presbyterian church. Faculty: O. ©. F.—MILAM LODGE, Ko. 23. I. meets every Tuesday evening, at o'clock, is the tipper story of *he Tinshop. Offiofks.—Geo. F. Lampkin, N. G.; W. Kormanctie, V. G.; Wb. Oliphant, Sec.; Thomas ; Freest aa, Tres.; W. L. Bobards, P. S. ' Rev. B. J. Smith, A. M., Principal and Professor of A. J.tOTT. 6. G. STEELS DBS. LOTF & STEELE, Office on Con- gress Avenue, formerly occnpiad by Judge Hancock. Austin. Feb. 17, 1654. 12 DR. J. 31. LITTEX. having removed his office to his New Brick Building on Congress Avenue. opposite to Mr. S. M. Sw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 March 1855

j** %! '• • '*** v4s i-; *4^ v-~j*tgpm ■< Mm =? MARCH 31, 1854- n CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1855. NUMBER 17. Ikti Y* Register has been dis- Thv establishment has been pur- Suiders Esqr., who will tion of a paper in San ia(Mria> SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE OF THB TIMES. Mr. Editor: Haviqg but little local news •boat which to write, I have concluded to no- tice an' English article that appeared in the German paper of this city, defending the Ger- mans from the charge of donnishness, and show- ing the great advantages the country has de- rived from immigration. Politically, the Germans, as a general thing, The Clipper Ship KUghfalutln. The following excellent satire apa&^ihe al- most universal habit which editors Hire fallen into of puffing everything which conies in their way, from a lady's thimble to a first class steamship, we copy from the San Fronuisco Pio- neer: It affords us great pleasure to announce the arrival of the "Highfalutin," another splendid a hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 March 1855

^fias State ^iniMr.' JOHM 8. FOOT, EdlUt. ~ AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARG8 31,1854- PCILtSBID ITSST 8A' FORD, WALKER & JOHN 8. FORD. JO. WXLKMM. BY W. T. DAVIDBOS. TBRMS.—1Three dollars per annum, invariably in ApVKfcTlSIXG.—For eacV square of ten ls,ine or less, One dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cent* for each subsequent insertion. Advertise- ments not marked with the number of insertions de- sired, will be continued until otherwise ordered, and charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the year. _ 09** Announcement of Candidates for State <*n- ces ten dollars—County offices five dollars. _ agy Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the pane sttes as advertisements'- - ggf For City Ordinances and legal adver- ser supplement. Postage.—After the first day of April no letters iqI! be forwarded from tne Austin PostrOffise, unless the postage is paid in ad- vance. . . . RA5QEB8.—A ranger ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 March 1855

ate u the ... amp in tiw eggB, lront stay gh they are both placed i anywhere else. Bald- h«Te got no business at a Santa tatehieves of the Mexi- i in this eoontry, under Armijoe | i aa Governor of the Territory, i papers wherein the names Texiaas a^e so amusingly that I cannot resist copying : written, for your readers.— > Texan Santa Fe Expedition (7 the writer of a letter to the Gover- i tegive a list of the names he a*connected with it. He men- " Cnqne," Major "Xoguarde," " Cokjnel "Nabarro," and el Redactor del Pica inn, nn i la Nueba Orleans." Another pa- . which purported to be a copy of & pass- .. j Jo the Comanche chief nh-ha-jn-cah, wanaicmed by "Sam Stooston" as President, 1 frJlSr*. A. Miller" as Secretary.— another document, which was an attemp- li, the name Lamar is correctly copied, bnt athat oMkis acting Secretary of State appears as w Josefh Males," Now it will readily be j,mo doubt, by those who know the the principal men in that expedi- tiia, and of those co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 31 March 1855

SUP iMmH. Societies [Ja — AUSTIN LODGE, Ho. 12, me«ts the first Saturday in every month. " Officers.—E. Finnin, W. Master; B. F. , 8. Warden; 6. L. Walton, J. Warden; F. T.Duffau, Treasurer ; B. Major, Secretary Dec. 16, 1854. 5 . Fr—MILAM LODGE, No. 33, every Tuesday evening, at 7| the upper story of 'be Tinshop. «.—Geo. F. Lampkin. S. G.; W. P. De- Hormandie, V. G.; Wm. Oliphant, Sec.; Thomas Freeman, Tres.; W. L. Robarda, P. S. 6t£ IO. O. F«—JOHNSON KNCAMP- • MENT, No. 4, organised July 15,1853, meets on the first ind third Friday « eac" month at 8 o'clock, P. M. (Educational. Jpljusicians anl> dentists. | Caiogcrs aui> £ani> ^gent. a. j. lott. o. s. 8teble DllS. LOTT &. STEELE, Office on Con- gress Avenue, formerly occupied by Judge Hancock. Austin, Feb. 17, 1854. 12 DR. ,f. M. LITTEX, having removed his office to his New Urick Building on Congress Avenue, opposite to Mr. S. M. S wen son's store, will continue to practice Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, as heretof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 April 1855

t V STATE TIMES VOLUME II. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1855. NUMBER 18. Fort Davis. ") March 13th, 1855. J The Scaling System. O when his own,and yotir Government will have j Pacific Railroad Routes. I to acknowledge American pinciples by the The New York Herald condenses the "Re- j The Houston Telegraph has a long article on j Editors of the Timet • force of Texan valor. The same power and port 0f the Secretary of War, on the several the Scaling System. We have never advoca- j Pacific Railroad Explorations" as follows: j ' Mr. I know you to be <yie of "Young „j despotism. The very Government you First—The extreme northern route (Major America's" most enthusiastic sons—and a represent, may have reason to dread its separ- Stevens'^ bet wen the 471 hand 49th parallels j For the " Timea." Musings. party deeply interested in every thing ation from you whenever we may require it. pertaining to-4he welfare of Western Texas, From the force of circumstances it is as sure r ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 April 1855

m — t-cbli*u£i> kveey satpsday BIT FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. jogs <■ roao. jo. .walcsa. w. t. davidsox. jens s. TORP, Edliforl~ ^AUSTIN, SATTRDAY, APRIL7/1854- TERMS.—Three dollars per annum, incisrially « adttmte. " ADVERTISING.—For eacv square of ten Isdne or leas, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for cach subsequent insertion. Advertise- ments not marked with tlie number of insertions de- sired, will be continued until otherwise orderec, aad charged accordingly. _ A liberal discount will be male to those advertising by the ,TCiU"- J®" Announcement of Candidates for State otn- •ces ten dollars—Coanty offices five dollars. Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the ■8;v*ne rrtes as* advertisements. | Pacific Republic. The project for' the formation of a neir and distini Republic on the shores of the, Pacific, ha* been promulgated by certain par- ties in California and elsewhere, and is said Northern Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 April 1855

n . BnUej^Ker R W Bennett, Joshua Buekhanan, Thoe W Buraaifi, AP. Bennett, Jos D Bowen, B F ^ Barnard, Fred Bledsoe, Tboa Brace. Bufus Barnett, Albert' BoyttjC H Bryant, JI Bennett, JaiM Bam, John A April Ub, 1855. Persons In this list, will please say they ] tised. Armstrong, Wifl Jones, Silas j Aster, Levi Kelly, lira Stfafe Anthony, D O Kirby, J B Ji liiii irli.gwiWl, X Klass, B W Kelly, KM Kennedy, P Q Kutisch, JobSSm Kelton,Geo 7 KisseagWjIfflsL Kirkland, W-H Kirk, J W Longerst, Long, Ai Lofho, Levis, Jno Lindsay, JL Lang, T D •- Lore, Marth Leteiate, W.G Lankey, J Lowliog, —— Lyons, B May, John. r Morriss, Wm Kidder, Mrs Jane Myers, Jacob - Martin, Jas - McGowarr, Mis M Miller, R M McCaU, S B Man lore, B McLandon, L k Co Morrisson, Lea Mosdey, L B ' MeGowan, Ber A J Miller, Jos. M McSwean, Jaa Hathes, J A McEchern, J McKinney, Miss M A Meador, Mrs Henrietta Martin, Samuel McKenzie, Asa " Moore, W Moore, R E Moore, Mrs Jane Moore, Enoch ; Moore, Mrs Cynthia Nichols, S S Nelson,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 April 1855

meets the first Saturday in ewsy month. < Omciu.—G. Pinain, W. Master; B. F- Carter, S..Warden: G.L. Walton, J.Warden;F. T.Dufflw, Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary. Dec. 16, 1854. 5 - • - 1< O. ©. F.—MILAM LODGE, No. 23, • meets every Tuesday evening, at 7J iTv * ... -. fcafcsU :V . % : ?. o'clock, in the upper story of 'he Tinshop. ' 0,«ciR8—Geo. F. Lampkin, X. G.; W. P. e- Nonnandie, V. G.; Wm. Oliphant, Sec.j Thomas Freeman, Tres.; W. L. Bobards,F.S. etf. Io. o. f.—JOHNSON ENCAMP- • MENT. No. 4, organised July 15,1853, meet*, on the first and third Friday of each month at 8 o'clock, P• M. • - to. «f «• 8. & ®. ef 8. C APITOL UNION LODGE, No. 16, of the ti> Independent Order of Good Samaritans and Daughters of Samaria, meetg every Monday evening at 7 o'clock. 1T,__ Sbbbos Shsed, B. F. CARTER, w.r.3. ' w.c. a. s. Austin, Dec. 23, 1854:4tf. |_| all hol'se, (late Orleans Senate,) ■ :.i Thai, having been newly fur- nished, is re-<>pened far the accommodation, cl" the-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 April 1855

j®§ - - - '■-■ "i**. CITY Oi; AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1855. NUMBER a SB i wt" fa«8 , confi- and Dee. 11, *54.} sb in wind says the par- will pro- some had ed naar as, the suffer- ■m f Loo- Fortu- m is this port just i of tea zailee or round Te day anchored off Napa in an open roadstead, there being bo harbor proper here for the reception of large shipping. Loo-Choo is of coral formation upbeaded by a volcanic influence probably. The sur- face is uneven consisting of narrow vallies between steep an drugged hills. The rocks are worn by atmospheric influence into deep cavities, separated by sharp jagged points |W are <«death on shoe-leather"—hence the natives wear clogs with wooden founda- tions. The hills about Austin will give you some idea of the nature of the rocks—I mean the rocky ledges above Austin and. Mount Btncell, though I suppose you are net so well acquainted with the thickets above the city, as I am, and the rocks among which they grow. The vallies are in a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 April 1855

rssusaxn kvx«7 ufnuT *y JRD, WALKER * DAVIDSON. r a. nu. 10. nun. v. t. iuviosok. JOBS S. roitD, Editor. We Jo thing wi counts of j country i 'It ha^bon hutoiif in i was the tie i .1 Malevolence. when we have read any disgust than the English ae- eption of the news in that e death of the Russian Emperor, been Ae boast and pride of British rirfah essayists! hat (heir nation WTtV «lTn r AV AlrtHl -11 wr j w " LUC no jhw ultra of civilization, christiani- antftormeriv. it was custo- maryontbe death of a Monarch, many Europe- an Court, to evince their sympathy and respect iM ltiTVinsignia of mourning and! sor- row for a given number of days. But now, the most {powerful rider on earth passes off the stage uothfcg riStKd—For" (for each.sabee^flw* insertion. Advertise- l notjnarkad with the number of.insertions de- continued util otherwise ordered, I accordingly. A liberal ' to those advertising by the jr?ar. ■Announcement t>f Candidates for State offi- (tea doll*rs-r-County offices fiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 April 1855

A i of the itk _ *noe.— points of the Med by the new Gnr, Al- diplomatic representatives p l of the Empire, are mild, but Mbrwmy are quite warlike ia their ; evidence tfcat Alexander ai- i late Emperor, in his war- v'.r^'£ii -vt * . • • Conference. dispatches from the Vienna r that it is progressing favor- 1 point bad been settled or J- very strong hopes of peace were question, however, rests 1 the four points, under which i to peace. - J ant Nesselrode will go to lussian Emperor i become oritical, and it L t&ke a prominent part in the that the new in ; including the freedom of tv sbtpe of all nations, the Dennbe, and the erection- of .Asia. 1, is determined to main- inished form, her sovereign- lies, and protests against in.her Empire being placed I powers. She also desires participate ia the proceed- rogwrcam FRANCIS T. DUFFAU, sral, Osten Sacken, tele- thon the night ^erected e Kamaloff Another Murder. The Nueces Valley of the 14th says: " We Stop the press when half of our i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 April 1855

(bfQQaot ettpt inthe sportinjrao- tott, giving* m K Jite^ f error the Metairie Course,' tnd its ' surpassed tke most ardent hopes it of tin winner, I of the torf sports. ras the loreliwt of tbe whole sea- i hoer appointed for the great eon- *; the town was all astir with ement incident to the occasion. Ve-1 1 sorts wen in requisition, and oar I level Shell Boeds wen filled with f the last paving stone to the gates The displays is sanitation dnr- r part of the «j which may be 1 ~5~~; to Ae Bace,'were almost aa " j as the greater event, for f which so nanny thonsands wen ia- inside the coarse presented a most appearance, and thefeelfne in favor Lexington was general and de- fted hero of the day with ,as the predestined hero of the da; ; upon the coarse, in company ■a time in his toils, his feelings and joe, his bold, reaching and elastic st- aled condition and his fearless, i ok—conscious of superiority and of are strength to his backer* that all : it should be. i temerity of his back...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 April 1855

mm STATE CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1855. 5— i CorrenpondcBcei m der the St February 19,1855. Ptate. ' undersigned, members Committee appointed of 1852, bare you s letter on the jHDveaiepts. TheCdm- -afare that, from your position, giteo this subject careful and :.da$ We presnmeulso that uu- " tot ' tbe relief of tiwnd-eome definite tohepur- yS&with the vie* of eli- ion.-- at t&e apbject. and^rrffettHMt it is in n* oen- ceetiot? with "political partisanship that we mate the above roqatffc Weshould deeply dspfore any attempt to place a measure of bo great mascaiiade, and enduring importr*""1 on tW Bamiw grouudofjjarty. „ . 0 . joa'Su b«J ifef thea&ocatw of tbe State %-mem: aoias* of men who beiong to all parses, bat who se^a d spo d to come to- «Ttfaer,^ud fo accomplish & measure, tote ofAe measure. D~1 "" gitigfr n, n* From the Jefferson Herald Extr% liettcr from R. J. Walker. 63 bfiater Street, N. Y., March 19,1855. J Jtu,o Bear Sir:—The 12th instant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 April 1855

•sy PCHLfSHSD ITRT gATPlDAY BY ID, WALKER & DAVIDSON. rc- rono. so. walmb. w. t. dayidsos. S. FORD, tl ^SATURDAY, APRIL 28,1854- , . .. , square of ten Isjae i dollar for tto first insertion, and fifty insertion. Adrertise- themunb«r of insertions jle- mtii otherwise ordered. I twwfl^y. A liber*! discount will (to those advertising by the year. „ ■ Announcement of •Candidates for State offi- a dollar*—Oosstv offices fire dollars. * Political eirrulars, and communications of tie or personal uaiare, will be charged at the adrertiaeMenU.. Personal. > Jesse Bnrditt Seor., an old citizen of t and of Travis county died at his resi- i miles from this place, on Saturday : inst. He vas an honorable and use- to. A large circle of children and children surrounded him daring his His end was calm and peaceful and t one forcibly of that of the Psltri- t Jacob. He was gathered to his fathers Fyears and fall of usefulness. He leaves f, very many friends to regret his loss. Jack Bell of Austi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 April 1855

m "Mm Jk',- -Si * w fs * ;yjjt the Wlowing letters from i we Sod them in the New HtpaU. The writer unquestionably ha* mesas of acquiring a knowledge of the « doings" at the sect of Government, which fast few jwics . We commend the letters to tbe reader for tie information they eon- Callfornia Business oon tinned to be Tery dull at San Francisco. We copy from the summary of the Alta California:— The bank excitement, which existed at the date of our previous summary, has in a great measnre subsided. Robinson & Co's Savings Bank has turned out as rotten as could be. The deposits Arrivals at the "Metropolitan." J. T. CLEVELAND, PROPRIETOR. { Dr. James W. Puree, Ala.; A A Vincent, Tenn.: j W P Henderson. Mo., W H Ashmore, Pa.; Horatio i Lyoyd, Mo.; Frank Shinn, Tenn.: \V C Outherwood. j N Y.; Capt. Travis, D S A.; C K Hull. Bastrop; It j L Heckle. F P Sawyer, Houston : John D Railey, | Liberty Hill • John H Wilcox. Indiana; O P Bowles, i CLEVELAND & KILLS, General Receiving, Forw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 28 April 1855

LODGE, first Saturday rtim f tbe reliable, rearrency, which never exceeded . daring SocLoe<tc't> , and m mixed with #r not easily do r hat a]ono«t entirely priccs of era- i living in* Port in any luxurious of Sottloo^ve's les as much as that one sixth of the eivil list, and this, inflicted upon tbe I to sell their cof- specnlator*, from armitted to hay, iact to 40,000,000 i tinder Bo tea it reach- Jndet such a system foreign goods hility, and dress fasfiion of their ' aarmy is stated ' numbers bat 10,0^0. are badly paid, as • s •j. v a c uieti^'wbo t herefore are per- il **ts of inal bribery and robbery, cavs does not mod- barbar- iitioi, isS of the North were not so !"iudi««aJid fanaticism. they coold i f his acMant of the deplorable con- b'c- Hajtie* the strongest and most root' of ft* tenability of the arsu- of tha Seoth have always used in •ia tha alter incompetency of to live ^FvtpQtoQsly and happily ; s *i ' e ri aare aiHt protection of tbe Hei-o is an island in which a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 May 1855

CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1855. NUMBER 22. ? h lent article of buffalo rugs ia comparatively scarce and hifjfc in market. - Santa Fe, New Mexico,} Gold Mine.—I've go* news for yon April 1st, 1855. )' I glorious news 1 * It reached Santa Fe to-day. Dear Ti<*I—Save the semi-hourly, the jt ^ wonderful and almost incredible. I'll almost incessant, din among the cathedr.! to jhe Texans. The individual bring- belte of Sau5* Fe the city has beeu com par-,. jng was self-evide'ntly a weakminded speci- atively quiet among the deniaena sinee I last men 0f tj,e genus homo or he would have mailed you: but, among the elements, th© fcgpt his head shut against the communica- wars aivsya brought by the ides of March jjo0 of it to others. It was too good to keep have been tcc and icy.- Old Sol duly cele- t0 himself however. He therefore got sever- braied hi- passage safely over the "line" to aj confidential assistants to help him keep the sunny si Je. It was however evidently a the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 May 1855

r PCK-isirtD 1TEBY SATr*PiY BT ' FORD, WAITER ft DAVIDSON. JO. WALKK3, . W. T. PATID80S. Letter from Mstfor Selgfcberi. For the "Times.** COHiU i'S DUGUTEA. BY JAMES A. 6CTXBIDGB. ft. roftD. JOU.1 8. FOBD, Editor. anaum, ttiariably Tbe GMeraor'i Letter, ft I m #, Abolition. | rue Election in urgiaia. | njurupnwma. Prince Paul of Wirt embers- _ The letter of Gfor. p«ue upon tftesu'jecf ot j To nothing hut wiltul misrepresentation can We convened with a gentleman a few flays , The Bulletin states that a little boy, the This gentleman spent a day in our city.— gAJf Antonio. April 23:1. 1855. mil roads has been eommented uffcn by "the I be attributed the attempt to fasten upon any tince, who has spent the past winter in Wash- j brother-in-law of Mr. Page of Indianola, was He is a great traveler, and a man of science. n B c1R. Under the head of "Fort Bel- Texas naiiera peiterallv T est «> should he ' narticular Dolitical orsranizafion. save that of ihaton, and who declares that Mr. Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 5 May 1855

r 4 is oat o Marcy In tbe Be pnrsoes him with a a coinmon phrase of the jgj jpl fcjt jfrifrty— a just as thej an serrfl^Hearhin.: Kbw York, April 5,1855. farcy, the Aberdeen of the Administration, rumor from Wash- ays, with plausible earnest, has de- * toietthecout.tr}' -'drift into a war" His ptdicy is indolence *ith- dence, leading ioeritebly to extended only procrastinating the crtsix to the advaatape'of the enemy, with the less to ourselves of everything valuable in the con- tjat. " According to the rumor, war steamers are of<fert!*3 to the Gatf, to cruise for mil oaptare the insolent Spaniards that have fired won our flag and overhauled our uiail ttea.neV It cannot be denied to Marcy that hi^plan is as certain an old fogy way of «' drifting into war'' of the post extrava^nt and m*g&Hxfent proportions as could have, been devised by that prince of fogies, Bord Aberdeen himself. Bvt we area commercial and eminently a practical people, and in vindiwtinsr tbe hon- or of «or H...

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