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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1850

A KENTUCKIAN.'S VIEWS OF ENGLISH- MEN'. The interesting letters of Mr. Ward to the Lou isville Journal arc exciting general attention by the boldness and originality of their views. The All owing scorching analysis of tho character and ha'i- ils of Englishmen may be deemed by some per- sons.too ilSdnciitory and extravagant.Jbut the lan- ptage is hardly more Severn than that which is ap- plied to our country Its people and institutions by the vulgar and lyinj tourists that have travelled through the Union to collect materials to adminis- ter to the morbid taste of the I-.iigliihman for slan- der of republican institution. Mr. Wan! recipro- cates the compliments of the Tmlloppcs and Dick- eneco with a vengeance; ami though perhaps his arden I. feelings and patriotic devotion to hisconutry and her institutions may color liw descriptions too deeply yet in the main we Micro his views arc correct. They arc certainly expressed with great felicity of stvle. and are maikcd bv jronj seiiic an...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1850

I i M TO Frottilhc UrJonof January 13th. THE EDlSORS. Washington Citv Jan. 10 1S50. Gentlemen : Enclosed you will receive a l tter sent lo a creditor of Texas and a propriate one la'F of the contingent fees for the procurement of exertions and influen- ces to aid to the greatest advantage in trying to secure the said assumption of the debt and the alc to the Unted States of the lar gest part of the public lauds of the State. holder of Texas- liabilities by Mcinucanl And I sincerely believe Willi these means I Hunt late of Now Orleans I wish you to .can secure the object so just to creditors and THE STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC HEPUHL1CAN JOURNAL .lromliiis EQUAL KIGIITS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AND OPPOSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOLIES publish it In Ihe " Union." lhe peculiar charactct of the letter will explain the ob- ject of its author. If the meditated attempt nnon the inlarrilu of tile legislature weic not i& oscd.ils mem- for you fcmplb' bcra would be obnoxious to a suspicion of being...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 March 1850

GRAND JURY REPORT. Owing to fhe crowded state of ourcolumns of the Boston Atlas anting from Paris we were unable yesterday 10 lay this in teres- describes the following scene: t ting paper before our readers. It is an ably j "A strange and ghostly spcctnclb. Same written document setting forth with a com- athwart our gay and busy streets on the anni- ' inendable zeal for the public good many aim-' veisary of the death of the Emperor Nano- scs which need nroinnt collection" ' Wnleon. The few relics of that great army make the following extract. Crescent Cilli. Selling Liquoh to Slaves. -It Is our beneath the column 'oPtlli J lace Ycndomc province to take notice of all contraventions n1"1 repaired in procession to the Inval.dcs to oflaw.and to direct the attention of the iribu- . celebrate mass in honor of lus name. I can- na'ls of law to ul! abuses which may have cs ' describe to you the effect of the asscm- caped their vigilance. Prominent among Wage of withered spectres nltircd in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1850

NORTHERN STANDARD. - f -. aBgi-'iiiF'Taen:n CHARLES DE MORSE. ' 4 to n i c; n M Ell 0 It DL111. Look on him! through h 'lungcbn gra-.c Feebly and cold the morning light Comes stealing round him dim and late. As though it loathed the sight. Reclining bn his strawy bed His hand upholds liia. drooping head His bloodless cheek is seamed and liarJ Unshorn his grev neglected beard ; And o'er his "bony fingers flow His long dissheveled locks of snow. fro grateful fire before him glows nd vet the white's breath is dull; And o' "er his half-clad pcuon goes The frequent ague-thrill! Silent save ever and anon A sound half murmur and half groan Forces apart the painful grip Of the old sufieicr's bearded lip ; O sad and crushing is the fate "Of old age chained and desolate! Just God ! w hy hes that old man there ! . A murderer shares his prison bed WlioscJjye-ualU through his horrid hair Gleam on him'fiercc and red ; And the rude oath and heartless jeer Fancier on his loathing car And or in wake...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1850

-J& THE TRUTH? STRONGLY SPOKEN. -I In the debate in the United States Senate on the resolution to permit lather Malliew to have aseaL within the bar of that. body ns a token of respect fur his services in the .temperance cause. . y. " - bama.gayerr. Seward of New York and luti 4hf.ltttr.n LvotLrpri nrli nil nvr nririlinil n-5 ... "" " ; " "- . t Cameron countv and troin tlirsslrirt time nl- they will not soon forget. .Mr. Clemens said; . ..... -- ...:.... .;. -Tic facts are precisely as I understood . I - . .. IhcTnj and whatever re respect 1 may i.n o i etioeranec aUvocuc i Father Mathew as a tern ca'nhol'and I will not forget that ho naN" an nbolithn .agitator and a such entitled to nothing at myh.in-h save uiipnliSi-'J condom- Italian. -"The Senator from Si-op ork his --p-ikcn of his interference with the su'-jeet oi slave- ry as a rcr.onl. Herniation; and tin; Senator ffb'm Vow Hampshire adds th it Father Math- evis not enough of an ah ilitinnist for him : Both Senators clai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1850

- V- Xilna nnd Cm C'oonlic. ""Theeditor of this paper has just returned (Fri laj night) from a flying Trisit to tlu above namec. counties and ffeels a gratification in stating that both have received a considerable actesbion of de- sirable population within the last six months and ro feeling the benefit of it. in the sale of and im- provement of lands. The money brought in by the new comers has diminished in considerable degree the tightness of the tiluCs from the failure of the" two last crops. When will Red River county profit in this way ? is a question that will rise to the lips of our several readers in the county. When she does justice to herself and develops the immense! richness of hci lands and the advantages of her favored position ns the medium where the products of both North and South can be raised in luxuriance is tluJ true answer! But more of this at another time. At Mt. Pleasant Court was in scsnon for the first lime in a long while and there was much busi- ness on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 March 1850

PR5IR1B LIFE. A TALE OF HSVESGE. Although much has been written on prairie life m'anya wild adventure and jet many a wilder scene has been left undesenbed. Poor Ruxlon J facing his rifle the trapper fell a corpse. With a bound anil a wild cry llio young man jumped at the muruerer of his uncle and with his knife gave him several wounds. The struggle was a feaiful nfc however and the joung man had also received who died at St. Louis and whose highly entertain- several bad cuts when his adversary fell from the ing and valuable work " Scenesin theFar West" .'loss of blood and soon alter expired. Thud endul fs enriched with many a story and scene which no this strange meeting and thus were father ami uncle doubt to the people of the East seem hke talcs revenged. from the Arabian Nighfs. There is. so much orig- inality about the manner and habits' of the trapper and fronti!rinan that one is struck with their pe- culiar language or mode of expressing them-H-lics as well as their singular c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 March 1850

tfi. V v THE NORTHERN STAN charles de morse I.OXG SHALL OUIt liAXXEIl BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 30 1850 NO. 31. M I" I Will II I II llll n fi....-i. .-j -. m. j u jj p u- e-Wn Vol. 7 C-. 3Sfc 1 - ft cm iheQnaker Citf. DISUNION. BY L D W A II I) TOLLOCK. There's a sound on iho wind llicros a shrill chil- ling cry Going past on the blast through thccomfortkss sl.y In the night is a wailing. that keenly Inth clove Thro' my heart like the pain of an unhappy love. And the Nation t.i slumbers slie will not resign Is vexed and dislurbed by a sound andji sign. And sobs in her sleep as the warni.ig;gc pist " There is danger ah danger and death on the blast ' " la it so can it be" arc they prophets who say That night shall return on the dawn of our d ij ' Shall the despots whose Iiootmgs ring sharp in our cars Kxult in our dow nfall rejoice in ours tears Vtsr it all but a dream the bright v ision that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 March 1850

ei3iMEsiaiwiij75u?ariDsifci Hue lie found a route winch lie speaks of in llic following language . " J''ii 'Her crossing the Rio Hraz.v our road strikes out upon the high riJgery- i.ig between the waters of the Trinity and Ked litters and it appears as if nature hid designed t is eiprrtSly for a mad as it runs in many places through a cailnlry broken upon each side with IrilN and deep ravine's; anil the billy place where wagons can pass without difliclitty; is directly upon thecrcst of this natural defile. It is &' firm and smooth as a turnpike with no streams llf magnitude ormher obstructions through the entire distance to i.ear l'rcslon where we left it and crowed Hed ll.vcr. In speaking of the adaptation of tin r;u;j. m a National highway across the cintineni he sajs: Should our Goverum-tit at any future time decide Upon making a National road to the Pacific I am bf the opinion that the mute we lne travelled fro.ii Dona-Ana is eminently w.irthy of consideration as it traverse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 March 1850

w-TCd-C: f .. til.niit n nfttiollf llltrMl fl IlA n mi ofinflarntnatoiv appeals to our slaics ortlic amorn.a . ..- -- .... ui iiinniuiuaiuiv .ijh-u . i . i Hmissioil Tilth a costltution. Mr. Footc explained that the ciicumstancc lucre different. The subject of slavery had ' . t I. .... nnithtnil f Iw. r. Such conduct as the north rid pracl.:co "-..-- iU I OlUf OUIU IIIHl VUI1IUIIHH .lllll V till- mnnv nllrmnts to cam' ott our property some cause and ground of complaint against! nfTrrrnsQlrtn ? oa - towards tho South if committed by one nation orEuropc towaids another wouiu nc con sidercd bj the ciiilized world as good cause fny it lie nas not in f ii or of the dissolution olj ifer. TTnim. A son of a iciolutionary cM;r !o imiMirnn fiiiif?hi from eaihet in-i fancy to loie the Union. That loic had grown uith his icar. and still burned with an enduring bent. Hut he had been taught to loie this Union and loied jet the Union be- cause of the firm and broad foundation it had on tlic plaine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 March 1850

m INDIAN NEWS. General Brooke has made a requisition on GoTerr.or Bell for one company of mounted men. in addition to those now in service to erve for the pcitod of six months. The tall has been promptly responded to on the part of the Statu by the issuance of the necessary orders. V. A. Wallace an .energetic nud expenenccd old i anger lias been designated by Gov. Bell to raise the c- quired company. ino following items oi intii.iii nui.o eh. laken from the. rep'oits of UiiTeiciu officeis oi ISC army stationed m tlie en. On the night of the 2d of March n man belonging to Mr. Aubrey ' mini was brought intoFort lnged.iig..roUslypeihapsmoil:illy wounded. He was hui.tmg and had sopain - fed himself some two miles fiom the H" when he was attacked by the Inilians. An escort itturning fiom Foil Duncan to 'fort Inge consisting of four nun with a dis- charged soldier and h:sw i!e n Mexican was - . . . - - . . attacKeanyn consiui-rauie u.ice oi muiaiis to iCn AVith us the mouths that clamor a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1850

THE NORTHERN STANDARD charlEsjje morse LOXG SH.lI.tj OCR BAXSER. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL G fS50 NO. 32. VOL. 7 KT k r HiiiJJ' l SPEECH OF MR. WEB51 tK OF MASSACHUSETTS Delivehcd ix the U. S. Senate ox Thursday March 7 1S50. ON THE SLAVERY QUESTION. CONCLUDED 1'BOM LAST V EEK."I Now .u in thU bUie of sentiment upon the gen- eral nature of slavery I.e. the cause of a great for lion of those nnhsrry dwisions W'f; l'. '" reproaches hich Und vem " "" - S rni. puteuiine uiiiun. -'--- Statcs before the it uiuc&im " . islitulion uimai"'-" '""- And now let us conswer.sir ..-... ted States. Joption of this constitution lice and iustico would be the highest hon- nr to Virginia for that act of cession of her northwestern territory. I will say. sir it is one of her fairest claims to the respect and gratitude of the United Slates and that per- haps it is only recond tothat other claim which attaches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1850

to and we all know the causes ami cverv liinrtlmt timer uriintinir normlolinvoilnnp' linu hnnn nnt (n nlllarrrr. hut tn roslrlill .. ..i.v... ..-.. .v. ..... 0 ... . iiot to set free but to bind faster the slave population of the South: That is mv judgment. Sir as I have tail! I knoAv man of them in my own neighborhood very honest good people inibled as I think bv slraiurc enthusiasm ; but thev vish to do something; hnd they are called oh to contribute; ami they do contribute ; and it is my firm opinion this day that within the last tYrenf.y years as much money has been collected and paid to abolition soci- eties. ab'S'ition nresses. and abolition lec turers as vould pureh:iM: thiv freedom o.' every slave man woman aim cmiciin uie State of Maryland and .'.end them all to Liberia. I have no doubt of it Uul 1 have vet to learn that the benevolence of these abolition societies has at any tune taken that particular tuhi. Laughter. Again sir this violence of the press is complained of. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1850

u 1- mAiaBaiitSjhim ct CONGRESSIONAL. J'Witngion March 8lk SENATE. Mr. Footc moved thai Ibe Senate take up nlr. Roll's con-.nromisc resolutions for the purpose ot referring them to a select Commit- tec .ot tliiitecn as proposeu sc -... ".. since. - ... Mr. Baldwin and others opposed the mo X ion on the ground that it could not be acte ipon without debate whereas Mr. Walkc d tip cr li.nil fhp floor and desired to speak Mr. Footc then withdrew the motion giv- ing notice that he would renew it. Mr. Cass presented the resolutions of the Legislature of Michigan in favor of the ad- mission of California into the Union. After some routine business the Senate re- sumed the consideration of Clay's resolu- tions. . Mr. Walk:r resumed and concluded his speech on the power of Congress to legislate fortheTcrritories.audthe exigence of slave- ry in California and New Mexico. He made some forcible remarks in favor of the imme- diate 'admission of California. After some further remarks by Hadgcr Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 April 1850

w- "" . o Leo p at k a. BV T. S. lURAEV. (AJvr tk.-iij'' Picture of the Egyptian Qicen rm- dnlarhir.g on the Cydnus.) ' The bargo she set in- like a burnished ihrunc Burned on ihs water : the poop was beaten gold ; Purple the sails and so perfumed that The wind were lu e-sick with ihcm ; the oars were silvers Which lb he tunc of flutes kept stroke and made The water which they beat to follow faster As amorous of their strokes."' SWzpSar: Flutes in the sunn ::r! And harps in the poiphvrv halis ! And a low deep hum likeapcoj.Io'spraM-r it-v "With its heart breathed swells and fulls! And an echo like the desert's call Flung back to the shouting shores ! And the liver's ripple heard through ail. As it jdavs with the silver oars! The sky is a gleam of gold ' And the amber breezes f thti Like thoughts to Le dicamed of but never told j Around the dancing boat ' She has stepped on l!:C burning sand ! And the thousand tongues are mute ! And the Syrian strikes with a trembling luud The string...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1850

A rff It iffEB STANDARD. .1 m &S e k- -J IferfSE? f. 6 ' tf& ' iJi- y: t gvrimnt.iy - - i . . - -.i . CHARLES-DE MORSE. VOL' Northern Standaid. S P IU I T OF S P R 1 N G . Wouldsl c va find muse my simple lay Inspire Tiic oul pc 'Us might with lustre glow Or generous !V..ti; lend her magic fire Scaled Tour ts ..r music might with sweetness flow; TVr-mpIl i!oth Sutinfe's harmonious voice conspire IJfcndin'. lAiih the heart's deep thrilling tone of To wake new melody fiom affection's lyre Rich crimes canght from seraph strains above. Lc loftv Vemus wake ii'.c soul of thought And 'strike v. ilIi proud hand the haip's subhmcr Che:.' wmImW -i .mbcrs lei the lay be naught Wiifl' of lime sinss the laurel-crowned muse of - bard Let mii.stiel swell the exulting pan song And oaVr ?-ring the empyreal heights along Heaven bom . oght in ambition mould. And while i';cy in the rays of glory bask "With" birds oi prouder loftier wiug He mine ll" trcuiblcr dearer task To rovc.wher .irushand l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1850

V tary power of'tho country 3Sairta Antra had ' brought' lhal-power-nbvTSasl Hew'as a prisoner "nnd the armyiaswell astheSov- ernmcHt which rkn'ended.Unorut woVat "our Ijfehea6cjreumaricesri'0 fifsufiing 'MtiiW& to Mn'nka'i proposition to re the independence of lexas.and Fthe Rio Grande as the boundary Like two countries. This was dc- aiie"re"-urced'it. The Mexican nr- imenced falling back in nrent don- julst ours' advanced Santa Anna prisoner in the possession of . -. ... - rament ol lrxas: and after ifpeat- tattotas on his port the Government forwards ! entered into a treaty with r'iich the independence of Texas was ; Rowledgt'd atld the IUo Grande re- Has the botlndarv. I hold in my rcppy of that treaty which I will rend lesfofi agreement an J solemn cumnaci made 'CAlByD idopted by David G. Hurtiet President of Jenublic of Texas and the undersigned. flMabers of the cabinet tlicrcnf on the one p-irt jW.lon Antonio Lopez Sauta Anna lTlheJrtpublic of Mexico ami I)oi Tai'mliiflnn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1850

IvT t. & ftW lt z jc : The XubTillc Convention. 'We have heard little of late of this project and imagine that it will probably fa' .Tl.n rnn1i w.rfi hot SO riDC lOf agitation and revolution as the original plottere conceived and as to those who gave in to the project upon finbt mention without much thought counting noses they found themselves not so numerous as was desirable for the success of the scheme anil in fact a large proportion being conscicntiousmcn and good citizens after sober reflection concluded hat the Convention would not be. essential to any good purpose. In this sober second thought we believe they were right Wc will present some evidences after a while that whatever mnv have been the inten tions of the inflammable mass acted upon the projectors were bent upon mischief upon schemes dark and deep having in view the desolation of this great confed- eracy and the consequent creation of new offices to be filled by little men who can- not reach from one round to ano...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 April 1850

From Ihe Keal (AM) .YeiM. THE FANATICS OF THE SOUTH. Heretofore we have looked alone to (he Noith for fanaticism; but from the procced- ings"of some of the southern legislatures and members of Congress we fer.r that this feel- ing is not confined to the North. They talk oL the dissolution of the Union as if it were of no consequence; they enter into calcula- tions of the advantages of disunion and make threats to dissolve if Congress prohibit slave- ry in California or interfere with it In Ihe District of Columbia! We think that the territories ought to regulate this matter to etiit themselves and that Congress cannot in good faith intermeddle with slavery in the District of Columbia without the Cfitisclit of the people of that District and i!l MnrrMiid end paying for themselves. Uitt unless an attempt be made to interfere with shivery in the States no man should litter n word about disunion. Tile jHnrth disclaims any pictcxt of right to intermeddle in the States and al- though they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 April 1850

NORTHERN STANDARD. rn tj v " lO.n'g Shall our baNXer. brave t?11e breeze the standard op the free. - CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 20 t850 EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. NO. 34. CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. 7 r:. MAIDENHOOD. n T II 1 W . LONGFELLOW. Maiden ! with thy dark brown cJC3 In whose orbs ashadow lies! " Like the dusk in the evening skies ! TIiod whose locks outshine the sun Golden tresses wtcalhcd in one. As the braided streamlets run ! Standing with reluctant feet Where the brook and river mrcl ! Womanhood and childhood fleet ! Gazing with a timid glance. On the brooklet's swift advanca Ou the river's baoad expanse ! Deep and still ihat.gilding stream Beautiful to'thec must seem: As the river of a dream. Then why pause with indecision When bright angels in thy vision Beckon thee to fields Klysian ? Sce'st thou shadows sailing by As the dove with sUrlled eye. Sees tlie falcon's shadow fly ! Ilcar'st thou voices on the Iinr Tnai our cars perceive no more Deafen'd by ...

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