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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

MISCELLANY News.—We havoslhe pleasure of announcing that John MiuonBottV is about to/redeem ¦ .me of his promises.;:; Mr. Botts, lit will be recollected, .promised toi head Captain Tyler or die. Not heading thp Captain, it was his duty to die. He has mer|ly waited this length of tiri$ to arrange his affairs. Having settled his business, he will notfr walk up to the Captain's office and settle. Hc£will thus pay two debt* at once—the debt to the nation and the debt of nature. Mr. Botts will please to consider t-liij a receipt in full. ~ > N. B. No postponement on account of thereafter. N; B. the 2d. We must positively decline opening a new' account.— John Donkey. [ Mcbical CHAifols.i-Mr. Crittenden, leader of the Whig orchestra, fcegs leave to -announce , that Mr. Webster will play second Sddle during the session; but will frequently take a horn for hii- own. gratification. Mr.' Kenton, who is a perfect master of thorough base, has now joined'; the orchestra, and bis so...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

ATALANTA UPON SKATES, Froia Godcr'«X*dy'l Book, for January. A Brilliant Magazine Story. %X OK ACE GREENWOOD. I Somewhat more than twenty years ago, in a fin^ old mansion on the. St.. Lawrence, «jai Montreal, live^l General Paul Leroux, formerly of the French army, and a devoted Bona'partist. On^the .final fall of Napoleon, he bad emigrated to' Canada, with -his family, and a portion of his once princely fortune. General Leroux was a widower, with two twin children, Henri and Eugenic, at your service, my reader. These two, having lost their mother in early childhood, bad spent some years with relatives in Switzerland. In that wildest country, in the midst of a largo household, herself the especial pet of her graud-uncle, a veteran soldier, Eugenie Leronx was allowed all the wild atjd healthful freedom of a peasant girl. At the hge of sixteen, when she accompanied her father and brother to the. New World, she colild boast but few lady-like accomplishment^ and aristocratic a...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

Yanfece; Wit. A Yankee travelling inithe Southern States, stopped at an inn for the' night. He saw his horse well lodged in a .barn, and entered the bouse, whei-e he found a party of Southern gentlemen aseembled on their re/urn from a horse race. The Yankee durirlg the evening amused tbe company with jokes.: > , - In the morning, on preparing to mount his !iorse to reiuniejhis journey, he found him. too ame 'to propee"d any further. In this dilemma, tbe Southerners; mot .him iu tbe yard, where, they were preparing to mount some of tbtic ^ fine racers.; Says one of the Southerners to the Yankee^- s - j j j * - i" My friend, we have heard much of Yankee wits and tricks ; do show'us a trick before youleave us." h j ' - . ¦ /. The Yankee attempted to assure them^hat ho*as not witty;, nor bad any tricks to exhibit, but in vainj \ j i ' "Whereupon be says, "Well, gentlemen, if you insist upon it, I will show you a trick, let any of you start as he pleases, and I will bet yo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

Ramon of Peace Renewed. If the old adage; fiat "where there is somkc there must be sbimj fare," were.infoUiable,' then we might safel£ anr| wb will idd, joyously conelude that a peace ^ith".lncjsicb ' were not .far distant. - Rumors of successful peace negotiations between Gen.f Scott and Mr. Trist {on their mim hook, hofrevcr,) and the Mexioan Congress, come pou^ng in upon ns from every quarter, and with the .arrival of-every mail; & but from the fact ibf our having so often been the dupes of the autJhors of such reports previously, which has taught us incredulity' and almost despondency in relation to such a-dcsirablc result, we should be; almost if not quite constrained to clap our hands with immoderate rapture at the preipects which a renewal of these rumors seems,: with quite as much plausibility as before, to* open before us. But the remembrance of .stfch previous impositions, should, and doubtless docs compel us to receive all «uch rumors, hojsvcyer plausible th...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

sMi^^w^CTlXi^aa^ Tne Responsibility of tne War. ' ^stwbibmer o^swps wep' itv^ndvwte^ tpUhis1s#jest, wb| ph| tSfcnis «B_.;b|rdpi|:.tbe nc^^ef prlss and? Congress^ In|noaJrlicle wc efltabpheithe | jctj wj thinxheyondrconjtrtdp|ofonc|vil, t|»C& kar wte brought hbout h^iha'^ act tf Mc|icrii"|fo? t& rc|eonhucst c^|TexasP-no|a nawpw jftnp. bf "desert Wste"'l^ng b<ftwee$ the^reiic» unfl the|Rio ferhnxl«i-#but $cxty|-fto^ the '|iioj|ranac to iRe^Saline?^ ^^ea^^ow^repeat1 ^ proofs vro then adduced in support of that fact, fur we cannot suppose them so soon forgotten by ourjreadcrs. A few. additional facts, how-6ye)V by WM of .-rebutting the,, allegations of thCjApblogMs of vMcxico.ui. <A(s country we will present in this connection. ¦' f- It islclainicdby the champions'of Mexico, t&t'thc war vr'as.noj brought about by the' H.ct of Mexico,1" 'but by tlie President of. the I^Hw|ate s,;by the order to Gen, Taylor to reSHpifo^cs from Corpus Civristi to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

Santa Anna's Return—iTlie Pf^al-.%«w*it?rare*teit'S *»k r-^ On January|:13thjthe Sp|i%-laid ^efore; the Housojhf |tepresentativ;e^,jthe;me8Sage of the President, )n rejsly|o theicbR ofJtho'H|uso, for all papers Jelati^ktojhefre^ Anna^ We a|mirb1tiiisj3«^pbtgfeatly,|ind; we think' t|taihthbig|o tfnscii&prjions^payti|an£( who have b|en|in thb hhbit ;of Ittributiog ||m-:-idity and ineflVciencyj tofi PrCBidcnt^PolK, jpill; discern in this paper] thS disbrtjtion of Wash-;; ington comhiited witji,, Jacksbi'Mn -firmncs|.—i There is uo"ajfelogetielin*d tipp^cial-p1eadir|;—• there is no half way crfmprojmiiing policy, |but for reasons of the highest impbttaiice aim in accordance Hhb an |eslablisbed constitutional right- the President Mibhestlj'apd unequiv|;ally gayslbat he must Withhold {the corresp|ndbnce. , Wcfupposofttiit nqwJthcro will %i a great huhbubivand, inasmuch): as the A^iigs have been thwarted,.ill every6prediction sand movement against thq idminis|ration sineig th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

Ackno-svledsemeiit. Rcv.|H. A. Rilby desires to tender his heart-f<pt acknowledgements to the beloved people bT his charge, and Other frieeds, who, at the recent " donation visit" gave so full aa expression of their kind regards by their very appropriate and truly liberal offerings, and to express'ibc pleasure he enjoyed in seeing so many of them together, notwithstanding the inclemc|icy of the weather, and the hope that the kind feeling tneni manifested may result in the! projjnotion of thojsocial and spirituaHnterests of all Conecrncd. His earnest desire. is, that nejfrom whom all our blessings flow, may, in tjhc dispensation of a beneficent providence, abundantly reward thjem for their kindness, not only wi||i temporal favors, bat with the richer ble-sings of his grace;- and may eventually bring ujp all to the enjoyment of the holier festivities jpf " the Heavenly Jerusalem," whore, witb the ransomed of) his blood, wc may eternally experience the tnioistrations of a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

Sew York Tru>une lbs Clay! The editor of tho New jYorlc Tribune is in Washington, and his paper- reccn .ly contained a letter frtm him whioh sjtates a i follows :«so hurra for '1 fixation" once more !•. \ , > ^--i WasJuingtox, Wcdnfesday—-11 P. Ml Let tbe friends of Hcnrr Clay everywhere understand, that his friend; here a-c unchanged and unwavering; that th sy believe bim-notonly the fittest -man for President, but- |he proper mat to bb supportdc in tho ensning'c^nvass, and that he will bo :lcctcd if any fra|k, manly, outUpoken Whig cm be. If tho p|ople don't Want a President of this sort, let thfem take a LoBo-fodo-as becrnics tliein ; if tfey choose a shuffling, trimming, unW)rthy man|tn rule over t iem, I trust he -prill no, be a Whig. Now let us have fair play arid no d< dging. let the Whig peoplp be fairly repi esented ii| a National C bnv'erition, and it£ deeisi on we' can kll defer to; Imt I don't believe it enn be in fa|or of aoy other than tho ac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

- political Mp^emeatt,.";;./.t. 1 The Democrats,. North hnd SJ are:. agrctani in the ex jedienoy. of holding a National .tibht. vention. At a.full meeting of tl|p, ficinocratic members cf bpth ,Housps ofiCorigrcfis, held at tho Capita lc last) Monday night, it was'resolyea that a Nat ionol.|NoininatkT|[,Coo vention hplheld at Boltimt re, orj the 4th Monday;, in May. ) gl says ^ thp Union^ ';.i' " * •' , ;' -. ' "j T Mr. R,. 1. W^ucbe ha s |nnbuijced his inteni tignto, roiire tr^:private life, on hepount ofjhii health, at the expiration of tho'presentPrbsil dentin! teira, ,,.-£ ,'.'i " ^.',. ' ¦ ' , ;f0'[: It is stilted that iettb'rs have ibech received fr om Gemral TavV^'i dc lajdog hiB.ipnrpb^ since ho Has been nominated by the people tb cofbtjnuei|;the$e!d,—NaMalErg.A ,¦ i]' ['

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

ir,«S7^n.'i..;.. .^.^rrrrr-^-^CtZ, .^ „. i,-.p,..-,,.j;j.., ;3CT mind,'-'and'^ien'imo|ig>'8tnhge^~rad-'mr-mm homo in some distant lands, ho sighs : | | n I Home ! swqfct home, ^ '•'} There is no j|acb like Home.'" | ;'j ¦ ( r~zr*sss^ss %*: i - aas p _ THE ifEMOGfiryL.--'-. \ ..•'.. •¦/ aj*3:4'tfk®^IS- - ¦ ¦¦ .""'•'.t—.i%';-» -'." -.--¦¦¦:¦¦-¦¦;—i —J Tliursday,..' .,".. |-|F elffiripai^^,. "'IS4S. _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

B®* James :Burn|; Esq.: will please accept our thanks foran eally I copy of tho* Annual, Report of thp'Bbard|bf!Canal Commissioners. • i- •¦ " :'-;,- i -• ¦ '- i --¦ 'v ' J@» Messrs. Str|ctcr asd- '^^^^¦•^ State Senate, and Mjcssrs. TaggurtriM] Little of the House, have jUaccdW under obligations for their numerous favors in the shape bf public Documents. I < ' : i®*Gov;;SHCN'|.has ro!-appoirited Hon. JesseMiller Secrefaly otithe Commonwealth,; Hon\ Henry Petrik|n, Deputy Scpretaty do., and Benjamin Ghariibncvs Esq.r Attorney Gent-cral. •?'"'..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

, 3X)WH C)lNGJIESS--:^RSI SESSION. I f- ' .4:;?';';? ;JtfoxD4T, Jan. 24,1848 ' ;IS£|ATE.-pAresprutiBh falling on Gen. Javier fbi^isTiiws ^ as,to,the|prope^,position of the arfeyvtotako prcvions [to going to.Corpus Chnsifji-wa^'fdojted;'. \l j.. ,. .,,-:|.-......- ¦' - | . Qe&;Hou|tphi|; re^blectc(I^cnatbrfrohi T«. i»s, wtpdriiyjr|uajfied;;3,nd|t6ok hissbat. jl.lVwibnsJrrom citizens jot B(ostonV.anaimt tho;t|ilF bflp$; [Ifttm^eUrordi^uhiyVPeDn *bmp1bicirig jof ;;he present rates' of "postage %udf|bjnvMi|d,lesex>.s.M^>^s^bst the vrar' were jnesentpdihyiMr. Webster j ' s iHot'sK.-—fThe House was occupied in dis-| cussibg the hill creating ah addHional/ntrmlw ' of Clerks fori the Pension Office.4 - ' 1 ' '¦ .J , _ ; -#-: • ' 1 ! j ;.'! ?ir.V;;,TtfMBAT, Jan. 25. SuNATEi-rAgrcchbly to;hbticei Mr. Ashley askc4 and ohtaitcd leave j;obrin> in a bill which was rdddfthc first and second times U iUS!antoons;c|)hsttft*arid'r([ferrci!llfe the Cim. [nntteb on t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

¦ hy '. ';Mprejji"e^J»M|i^L-^ fr ' _\ .yfre phsl^tbidinWBnt rfotKes|#eq iij • the HarrispSg newkp^pere,:that atfincr|k8eo£ Banking capital nbarlySto the amount 'ijjjf five inttlwnsoflid6nar^m$Ma- ^V^gf01 M' the present session of the jt^^tureJ|iJ.ca||us a| wOialway s jare'bf mbnoyo^cOrporations aM thti currcjicy thcy^heget, we cannp^ hbybth||rwise f ban-gratified it the decided iiiannbr in |tvhichv our Exccutivp.vhas chb|eqto*|xpre^S hispppo* sition:to|tl^eir:,furt|icripc|rcasc. ] Ijnetrmn is the tlmoihas'cpmewho'n suoKa>btai|d is|hbso»5 iutiily becessary toi belma|db*sria^^ev'taKb hid message as a guaranty, tlist no new ctirt'ers will be granted, norre-cliaffcers either, || ' nless the Banks asking for them, can show thelrihave hitherto sustained a gooil-character, and in thek.operatiijms.liavoJhaa a good. currei|)y,ias well as tho njish for niakipg mpriey ill veils*... .^ We ohsertc. .too, that potiees in sevelal instances iMfvci' been 'given j of* int'endect aBplic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

Rail Rofd Meeting.- Pursuant to public pot ice, a very large meet* ing of citizens of Susquehanna and adjoining counties, togethcrwith delegations from Binghaatou and Elmira,I convened at the Court House, in Montrose, | on Wednesday evening, the litth inst., and organised by appointing CALEB <"ARMALt\ President;vinosks Johxsov, M. C. TvL|n,;CAi,vix hit* , Dan. iel Seakle, Vice presidents, \wl\.-George Walker and J. H. Dhiock, Secretaries. "' The meeting was addressed by Messrs. Lri&k, Ilawley of Binghamtcji, Turrell, Jcs'sripVShjith of Tunkhannock, Jones, Divens of Elmira,-and HoiLrdoO of Carbocdafc. It iwas made to appear tbat thp>,projected route of a Hail Road f from the mouth^of the Lackawana Creek, at Ihe hotel of the,.finished portion of the North Branch Canal, along the Martin's and Salt Lief Creeks to Great Bend, was perfectly feasible in every • respect, and Muld be made at comparatively Httbj expense. The great importance |of the route was cle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

Later from HexlcoV ,'*'': ' • The ship .Tahmaroij arrived at New Orleans on the 18th ult. with|Vera Cruz dates' tq Ahe Hth, four days later than hitherto received.^-: ! By this arrival, wbliearn that part pf the last train which'hadleffrttrthecapital,wasattached by guerrillas, wh|e the Santa #£ TCgfiaejjit »f mounted-riflemen, |nder Lieut. Walker, werb scattered off some siren miles from the main body, J, ,-|, ,:; ..;i: ;.¦'•! . -i.-;;~JI Different versions |lf the matter are given J some estimating the guerilla force at four hiui"ed, and others at tfep jiundred *ndvfifty. ~ The guerillas are Sported*o,have captunid three hundred pack ^ules^jw^M&OOQ wc*ih oi-property.'-Ten AAerieauBiOultibf the tliW who had charge of trfse prtperty,;arei» IdUed'¦ % aphmjiw Lieut, talker immediately etartl '» pursuit, with strpjpg: remforeem'ehts. i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

*UI V ''i ^-iS <- ' ¦*'' ' -i ^ vi—sl. MMwr i» ' "' '' '1** '""'¦¦ ¦ •' i " ' ^ * -^i [ \\Z ' itii Or "JJ ,'jT T "^ri" ' * ' f^^|^^"^^rST^ ^T>;^ •{ • ¦ :u\ »¦ ^ -p^-liE^E|pg)S:" -AND 'EXP E^.DiTMRiiis,l I' \ k,t ; | ' | itiilEiLiiiNTY of srawatop,.; ¦¦ -!! f -'. ¦-$¦•& '= r ¥¦-¦:'¦-*ii'ib.-r.-j ;- ' :¦ ¦' .'- v " - ' H '"• ¦•" -4 I jk •v;lP01l;.:TlMB.TBA,a;-'|^p%Vi ;H ,:, iffldc and published in pursuance of an Act ofAtsemtify oflhth tilpril, 1840.] ! BAI^aIcES OFC^I.I^BCT ORS' ACC017MT8 FOR 1840-4i-4»-43~14..l6-il'» Collecion.'Ijduir.. IruwusJUp* , Ye.». Uup.lcaie*¦ \*^l r.W,- E^«ratloi. rc««,u.pe. Am-iL LiWBir|hard Rush 1840 33 19 f l! w ' T':''"'»ll^ Bitdnd Bonnet. Auburn 18« 6100 49 34 I l12!Bfi ¦ ABLuni . Rufih: .1842 64 53 ! > ^id David Afery • ^ Aubuirn; 1843 132 37 1' i^?* (^\VWS{iBhier Tliornson » 15 80 f 41 10 3^2 fi 07 «" Daniel Picket , Rush1 1844 "5106 2 26 34 59 14 21 I Harry (Sirter Auburn 1846 155 65 1137 63 4 41 13,61 ¦ JJri Ne\v|orrjb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

£ta."ji- '-'; STioouasAiTiTA count's:,*5 |! os^i lamic Re|khow, lute Comm'r, §138 00 I By Cnumy lorders Issued frdm No. 1_ . -5 I Jiinas Caher, '' 15150 to 444. inclusive, : M S7040J 10 Ni.itviiiidiWest, iv " 160 50 Bv order oljCourl Auditors bav, > 27.00 KlBtba l'#uriibam " 2100' - j By d refurrdinp orders, ¦ '" 4 54 i | " ———^471 00 By nin't of fTrejis'rn percentage on re- ?• N- c- wIr«««» Sheriff. ;75 0O| ceipts and expenditures, ti 232; 77 John BlHpdiiig, Pjm. & Clerk Q. S., 165 59 .,;,-. j , It: J.Ni^n, Clc.k, ,, 35Q00J . \ : 1 Fi B Sir|tier, Coprrsel, 1846. ,17 00) V :j I Lhlle"& jgtreeter. " ' 1847, i 15 00 \ ' ' ,, ' ! BtTu"TleiS|:'laie Crier, \ . 52 50; i\ J , , • ' S. Crossrilnn, \" 18 O0| \ ' Di. W. Crocker, hue Jailor, 18 56' i \ . , ¦ ivt N.C, Warner, " 113 80 ; \ ! -| Fjuefi' "i "16 25! -. ^ \ i Pbstape i, S5) ~ V ' 'I ! ^' VVildcut ieriificaics, ' _, 3 75i \ . ! W- l ~ % 7 50j I \ . i. - „ -| .- j Offices file proof, 12 41] • . ' \ '»* I Tfruv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

' « ¦ : " ' '' ' " '• ittii '%VbextihtmcntB. ¦ ' ' ¦ | ;- f' - ; - -'r ,)t ,. ; , ' /^X'iiBBEiau^ii^i}^.nK.' ":%i ;.. ;s>'rj'Y-w-?,--r0ii*;....-'5.-.;, • ¦ ..,¦ .#lttl^iE»r T? E have the pleasure to; announce tctbe. public; that, bnving procureJ< utate for prinu ing the above named Rules for Cutling Ludies* Dresses, we are prepirfu lo ftirnisbatoy quan? lity from one-up to iboosands, on tbe shone*! notice,'ut greatly reduced'priceV. ^-*¦ '"- -5 %4 ?SEnq&[reat >- r^THIS OFFJCE? ? ". February 1st, l84$i-/.'?3.s. 5 .... BIiiUSsa»<^rro*i|»nWfBtec:i««|Noifces, Co^aabie'*iaodJu8«ce*tlank»ol nearly every Idwcription con««nily on band nni) for :«ilft*»«tr^«w^/ !' ¦' «t;.^T«ft»j9«Bf'|%* :nr|ii»rwiiiJ^ T TINTED Jbyihe ^u^cribprin exchange ¦ for M|r^nd«fex^ ^,ri,h ¦<.¦&. fa^x. :> 5000M^4jp^!ftirtiiaj >^&,<Si,>'p^JbjMSi4i .4X^j'*^^^^^9jiK'B>t 5s. 0d*f.-%:*9iyr l ^^t foBZWhah"; iis.C»Sdof, f $WJ^i^^4o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

-. . DIED. In- Hafford, on Ibe 24th nit.,- Mr. Joseph BlaSdiso, in the 82nd year of his age. . —Mr,. Blanding was a .nativeTif Attleborougb, Mass. !'In 1794 he left his native place for the "- settlement-of the nine Partners," after-, wards called Harford; and five years afterwards removed his*family thither. ' This xvna at the infancy of th»•settlement, and gave him a sharejin the privations and'hardships which, in a; large measure, fell to the lot of the first scttjersiof this region. A widow, four sons, and jtwo daughters survive hiro. Three sons andionef daughter Have,deceased. In 1813 Mr. B. united with the Congregational Church. , Down to the closing years of his life be loved to attend upon its public worship', its meetings forbnsiness' and Prayer, and cherished an aibiding interest in its prolperity. His conversion to Chnstand his Truth, he dated in 1S03.; ^Before that: time, he had. been imbued with sceptical opinions, and had not failed t« give ppen cxpresgiorisiOf-bis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 3 February 1848

^^tmtpw^u^; «. ,: ; :At -$i M^mjgptt^6:M<mii^' lt%niigc-« ator ||ashlng^niarj Tcmpewncegociety, held" aUtb^ou'rt-House^u$ho 24thjbtJali' y—aft sr tbesclisction ofvo^^A%scwe^ot;tbe ;cns linMMa'r^&o followirigr: ' resrAu^oii, #cre - 't s-j*»\j«h 'i' .-5s, *v -f-^ 4»'¦"¦'-% 'i'V - '-' " *'i^: ^ ¦ v *¦'-* j, -... t^4}|o^:vTlia|i::it^rccp^ineiided.to all of * io To||porancc Socieiips. in .,tliis;' Cpnnty to lold^lwultancous; meetings1 ontW2£nd day of 3;eUrnWy:ricxt,'dnd5th' a*ea%©'te be ta-Kcn;iwyi^wip.^^-*n3 otherwise to^iro ijitcre^t'o'thc mcotihgf1 ••''•' ."';'¦ ^"; sf;';i':". :,?; ;'Resolved, IThalthis sbcie'ty^wQl meet nponi that day at 2 o'clock -Puji iutho Prcsbytcri--an Olnirch in this'place;-and' that the Kxecutlvc Committee ¦bojre^uestba to sdlifeit the-Eev. Adaiu MjMer .wd^^' or;-g|iitIeuiea to^addressr the meeungf'-r,,T.!lri!J;--j~.^t.|, -,;,„.. ',.,'., Tho fallowing resolution was offered nnd laid over forlfurthe,t d^enssicirilat••ncit meeting; Believing...

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