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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 June 1845

' I havo sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thorns Jcffcrsqn Iff. WEBB, EDITOR. AMD PROPRIETOR, ftltCDltC 1X0 01' I lCii TUB JIKRIOCUAT. aiiMst'ru St. Paul's Ciiuhcji, Main-mi The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will b published every Saturday warning, a rtl'O 1)0 L LA 11$ ner annum iwvabh half iicarhi in advance, or Tiro iJollur . " :. .4 ....:.) ...;ii.f ji.. .. TlJtlJ UCUl8,iJ HOI ium wiutui iiivytui iVouiincriptionioill be taken for a shorlrt period I nan six mam ns nor any aiseon linuance permit icu,iiniu uu iwdiwogr. ' are discharged. jjni'EllTI SEMENS not exceeding a square anil be conspicuously inserted ul une JJouarjor uie jitm ijn iKiai i qiu unit Tiocnt'u-fivc cents for everu si'tbse quen t nscrlion. ICTA liberal diseouii made to those who advertise by they cat LETTERS addressed on busiucss,must be post paid, EJ,0QUISNT EXTRACT. The following is an extract from tin pptrch of the ili'V. Mr. Longvorth, o 1 lie Souihnin Methodist...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 June 1845

Mowniils llie wall -where hy (lie 'f.iut ileail bodies, hp passed close to Alina'r Iiomp! ami at the moment when hi hnnds were about to be tied behind bin tbv two soldicrr, ho broke from then and casting himself on his knees clasped the ftRtieral thiRh willnholh his aliriv oiled hand?, crying, Fortthe love of Ihi IIov V irmn. snare uie.-sp.ra mt-I uiu hy the affection you bore your owi liilher, savn the life.of an aged pareni I never saw the mortars after they lei ;the village on the first la.y.' Mina mofAl. not; his face appeared a though H hati'bfcn chiselled out ol i block of brown stone. The poor sol diersin vain endeavored lo loosen tin jiaor-.otd man's hand. from Mina's thigl' lie olung 10 ana graspeu wnn mi im -fllrencth ofdesnerstion. At length, how ever, by dint of repealed efforts, ho war. romoved, and having oeen lanan in jitala of exhaustion to .tno fatal wall, ho speedily fell, pierced by the dead!) obullcis. After this awful execution, Mini said, in a loud voice, 'Now ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 June 1845

European Em.lf-rants to New York. 'I'lio number of arrivals in this city fur the week enuinu uie lotli ol June, lBlo; is 22.'I0 for the month ending the same date, 8285. Of these; 6007 were Irish. Of tlip.iB, 120 BHi't il from London: 202 from Dublin; ISO from Olasgnw; 244 from lltdlVi, ami il'p remainder Ironi Liverpool. From Prunoo, via Havre, the arrivals of Fitcrnce passengers up to the earno period, were 1318; from varioui continental ports, 1150, viz: Rotterdam 387. Antwerp 78 Hamburgh GO. 13 re men 025. Total number of steerage, passcngor arrived from Europe in the month ending Jnne 10th, 1840 0111. MOST UNFORTUNATE. Tito Pittsburg Post saya; "Ono of our most worthy citizens has been burnt out no less than four limes within the last two months, He was one of the many hun ilreds who suffered on the 10th of April, on 1116,27111 of Muy,he was again caught in the fire on Seventh street; horn thero he moved tu Brighton, Heaver county, wheie his ill luck appeared to follow him, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 June 1845

THE G Alt IjAjVD . With sweetest flowers tnrieJid, From various garden) cull'd viith care." From the Luieme Democrat. SONG OF THE CLOCK. Com. QooiV Jiuti guns of UioSltirt. The sunset hues that fling. Their tinges o'er iho iky, .FhiIo away from valley ni! troe, And iho but bef ins to Tlio sick man on hU couch, Watches the dlock on the wall, Ami in anxious gaze, traces iho ray Which over it figures fall Click elide click'l Anil the shade of night comes on, 'Click click click! And the curtain i softly drawn; And thero is the eras) dream, And sleep of the dying youth, Whilst the laup oflife is 'flickering, lie murmurs a tale of truth. Click click click! fi'hua have I heard them all: -Since in my praUling infancy,' I saw iho clock by tho wall; Click click click! Thus did it ever go, Never it stopped and when .1 slept, .Then did it cease? Olil no. And tfhen tho morning sun, Peeped through ray window vines, There was the bniy pendnlum, Tracing its fairy lines: JBenutiful visions came; The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 June 1845

The ColnmMa Itemorrat hero sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." ThornM Jcflcroon 'of nine II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ADDI1JESS. r ' uenvcred in the Prcsbuterinn r.l,rl, before the members of heaver Meadows Munch Chunk ami Iazlcton Lodges jh 'lie ivm oj Jiprxl, 1811. By Anduuw D. Cool. UnrnincN and Friends : Odd-FulW ship is the fruitful tliemo of my address ana the occasion; tho anniversary of tho in iroduclion of the Order in B.Metulows .We enmo OFFICE OF THE J)EftlOCKAT orrosrru Sr. Paul's Oiiukch, Main-st The COL UMlilJl DEMOCRAT will be puuusicu every Saturday morning, al Til f 0 DQLlJlRs per u'nnvm payable AM ue"riy in auvancc, or I wo Dollars iij'ty Coils,if not paid within the year. A o subscription will be takenor a shorter period than ui.e months; tiur any discon tinuance pcrmittcdfUntil all arrearages arc discharged. JDrERTlSEMENS not exceeding a n, 'W7i.?.,. ;. '-" " ' ' "' ,llul,r,,,,anlvlt:of' ol the proud ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 June 1845

mir .ocl.il and moral character. Because wvery new posiiion, in which you place on individual, whether in advettiiy or fojetiy, preien's n new phase ol liuiiuit iiuirt)t)nii unfold.' oihcr fcsitire o charcter. v, b,tch,by culluro and exur ene, acqutio hirdueif, stone and cofiaijitucy. 'Herree, the-sreret of tht fuicefdof him, who is usually MylotS the lf mule man, over the mere bantling jf faruon and fortune. Tho continu ill) vhtog'.ng fcencs, which hn -former ha io encounter, arouse his activity and en trgy, and pretent an accumulation of motive", that project him fir onward hlotiR tho pith of life, with on impetus -which the other novor feels. Moreover membership brings men of all degrees in society, as well s those of diflercni filth, religious or political, logether. A has been ob?erved, ucthing so much Jenda to engender fanaticism, bigotry Mrtl narrow hoarled selfishness, associa ting only with these who agree with us in sentiment, until we misthto our pro ludiccs. narrow ai:d ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 June 1845

Wiaconsiu Territory Is galling to bo lo 'a place' Tho Mllwaukio Daily iilncl says thai tho growth of tho town Milwaukiu is a fair indox of the grolvth hit cntiro region. In 1837. its popula i was 1000, In 1838, it was 1200, in in.il was 1800, in 1812, it was 2800, I8H, it wan 7000, ond at tho present ti it u unlimuted nt about 0000. ind iili thi increaso of population both in vn ami uouitlry, the various departments business havo kept paco, Tho Trenton Gazelle says: Tho Chan cellor, on Saturday, allowed iho writs ol error applied for by the Counsel of Carter & I'arkescntenced to be hung, so that their cases go up to tho next term of tho Court of Errors and Appeals, on tho third Tucs dup of July next. Thero has been consumed by fire in the United States, during the laal two months, property to the amount of twelvo millions dollars! Willi two or three exceptions, all the ncuspaptr,) that have come to hand within the last week, wear the usual badge ol niniiruinr for iho death of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 June 1845

Ill LLIVJ llIograiililoalSkotoliolcu.jruck puruiJ ar)t, pcasgrcS) Ullti tiie ncws 0j Andrew Jackson Wfci bom on the 8 ,'va,r 'v'' Jreat Urjlaln, in 1812, call XOih of March, 1707, in tho 'Waxlmv' lim.oneo more into the, servive ol -selllcmenl, S. C. His parents wero hi ounuy. Who,, ho United States omigrantfl from Jrchntl, who had set- mliorweil tho culling out ol volunteers, lied in the place two ye-rs before,wi,cro J'ckson, as Mjjr General published a they followed tho industrial - occupation fP'.V' r m Mi xon of farming Thev belonged to t,ul to which 2500 brave follows readily re- class olMrish people called Ihe y0otnn.!P0",ed -se mO-d m Nashville. ,rc. .i,.ii..,.hB.l for'the auiet virtues Jackson received instructions to carry of honesty, sobriety and hospitality. Shortly aftnr the birth of Andrew Jack i r .i .11 It..-...! I.: -1 , eon, tits lather uieu, leaving mm aion with two elder brothers to bo, provided for by their mother, a woma.n vyhpneenis to have pocBcsscd many-of-the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 July 1845

TFBekb QJdUtniffiThnai .l)(BI3Beil0Sl o rsii-'jLi I have sworn npou the Alter of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.-Thoma. Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ULOOMSIiUKG, COLUMI1IA COL NT V, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 5S 1815. Volume IV. .'Vu in be i' llg aw From the Hmtford Columbian. THE TOST OFFICE. BY J. B. FOSTER. The mail hat arrived! welcome news to be post paid. THE GAHIjAN.D- hjr.giTuJ:.- .1: - OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrusms Sr. Paul's Chvrch, Main-st The COI VMttLH DEMOCRAT trill be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payubh half yearly in advance, or Tiro Dollar Hftu Cents, if not paid within the year. r ;...-.'..i.V.i .... hmlnlm furn slinrterl ' period iLxAx months not any discon- lho" " expecting lo hear from friend, tinuance permitted, until all arrearages near and dear to them. Dm first of all are discharged. . 'hat ciowd the office, is the business man. jjDVERTlSEMENS not exceeding a With consequential and st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 July 1845

COLUMN DEMOCRAT. JULY 5, IS 15. jzr j.a.-..: nzx GENERAL JACKSON. V t) Lave alluded to. .the career ol Wshiiia'on. lo show that, in our enun- ty, whatever dilL-rence of opinion may pievail concernm; grest patriot, dur ing his life, they re totally forgot'en fter his funeral oli-q-iies have passed, & are succeeded by universal nckuowleiU mieut vf hi virtues, universal respect for Lis memory. Ami we have selected 'Wj-hiiiRian a the mom signal example presented by our history for never did .any one who had borne t part o impor itul Mi'l disliniciishod in military or political actions live with o Utile ceo ftire, or die with neh funeral refcret. lint if evtn he could not icpe censure others csnnot reasonably expect uch ex emp'.ion. And if the enure i utterly forgone n, while veneration for hia me mory remains, or even increase! with lim-s othT.dntinRuihed patrioi hould trot despair of an honorable verdict when hum in animosities .re buried with theii .mortal remains. Nr;i Washington...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 July 1845

A U'hitt Girl held in Slavn-y JtclartJ l. . t I i t VI. mil n ear sffo we rolled! ii ease befu.e the Siipnuo Couituf Linis i..n, iu which a E 1 1 in flamy, named N..lly Miller, i l.iimcil 10 Im born in Ger many mhI (f German parrnu; of having r.).iii. in euuiiirv when an iufiiil wild lu r lailur and mother, who reached here r'tlompiiiiiu rs.'and died shortly after llieii arrival. The owner, John V. Millcr.allcg cd thai she was born a slsve A. his proper ly, us such he brought her up, and as such he mild her 10 Louis llelmonl. Tlie girl.ii seems, hng been a quarter of a century subject lo the drgradaiion of doineaiie bond age nd aeivile labot belote she claimed Iter release. The Supreme Couil I.im week rendered a judgment in her favor, and she is now free. Ought rot those who li,tve held her in bondage so long be com pelled lo pay her for her services dorinc that time, as some compensation for the wrongs that alio has Buffered at )heii hand "4 IUIODE ISLAND LEGISLATURE. On Saturday, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 July 1845

Vr m FiirMmoiith Journal. A I'EDl.All TAKEN IN. AVe lnvc besrd ihesloryof a Ysnkeee I'eilliirwhich w believe has never been in prim. In these days of speculation in timlit Hand, vvher unfortunately in .-no me cii'i tree luvo nul yel ben u jl'otv, if some of such holders tU nu evemfully have lo surrender their lomU with about (ha iiiini profit ami reliel frnn the pedlai's speculation then oiu aub'netion table needs revising. After (lie close of the American revo lit'.ion, a tin .pedlar with his assortment -ofnieknack arrived in a village in the district of Maine, and called at the houses to dispose of his wares. Aftei veiling a few smsJI articles lo the lady of a house, who seemed, la live in (he -midst of a blessing of children better covered with dirt than clothing, she de clared her inability to purchase more for the want of money. Hut marm, luv'nl you any rag-? None to sell sir. Well, inarm, said he, about returning to his ciU, you seem to have a plenty ol little onts around you,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 July 1845

Columbia Demoerat - - , , 7 ' I have sworn upon the Alter of Cod, eternal hostility to every form' of Tyraiiny- over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson IT. WEBB, EDITOR AN PROPRIETOR. Volume IX. ULOODISBUUG, COLUMBIA (JOINTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1845. iVumbcr 120 1 T I OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orpoBiTK .St. Paul's Church, Main-si r., COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will bi published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payubli half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar Injty ucnis,ij nuijiuiu A7n nihscrintion will be taken for a shorlet rrind than uix months; nor anv discon tinuance permitted,until all arrearages are dtsc.liargea. n vn n TI SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at One JJoliar for me jirsi wine wi.mtwiM 'rmr.ntii.ant cents for tveru subsc qutnt nsertion. CT A liberal discoim made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business,musl be post paid. THE GARLAND- . With sweetest flowers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care" VUtAS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 July 1845

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. JUJjY 12,'H845. IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS. ANNEXATION ACCEPTED. . Tho Textn Congress has agreed, by nn unanlmoui vo'e, to Hid annexation resolutions. of our Confess. The news ficncral Andrew Jjclofon;' whieli reso wjs brought by tho U. S. steam ship lulion was unanimously adopted. Princeton, which arrived at Annapolis I On the same day, MajorJCiufman in- on Ihursusy, in mno-uays irom waives- Inn, and with advices'fiom 'Washington (Texas,, to the 2 1st or June, Dr. Wright, who came in tho Prince ton as-bearer of despatches, immediately proceeded to Washington, & the follow ing memoranda furnished by 'hint is , published in tho .Union of 'Thursday nigh'. The United Slates ship Princeton, Commodore Stockton, arrived at Anna polis, from Galveston, Texas, after the ehort passsge of nino days,-having con--eumcd only S3 tons of coal. She steam ed against head winds, with the excep tion of only 36 hours, when she was assisted by -her sails. No Atlantic steamer- tias over-m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 July 1845

pl.i'isopbic prrlnrs mvaiird bin upproarh Hit illmnlutUiii. Ills clone of life wai at tt oili il by the lean mill thanks dl tinier . i I.. .. . i i , .. i i i v limn mi rrrvircd nan ricuiy niPSSril. II' 'faiowci' 10 a nsreroiH and pi weiful pen- pie was sweeltiird hy tlie prnspcc.l ol' llir.Hriil itnmnrialiiy. He wan lamented h llmsc wliii ! veil liim truly, zealously unit tenderly. His obsequies wero performed hy ihc freemen uf Ins country, who sorrow ed ovpr him in tlio overflowing tribu iflJ of llieir hearts, ns n chieftain of their fnilh.aml as a friend antl benefactor to Idem nil. And Inn memory will be forever con Ffrralcd in the hearts of his couiittymen mill tho very spot of his repose bo hallowed by their pilgrimages'. And now, if amid the solemnties that pervade the nation, anil while the volleys can yel almost do licani echoing over bid lowly pillow, if the sano. Itmry of the sepulchre cannot shield him, and any one on remember that calun ny has ever dared call him nmbiii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 July 1845

ti ' 111 iifT-1"" ,""" TnniM.lNGSKI2TCH.THE MUUDEn'S i'ATE. But liiill tecs! thou that lutking ras - cal, prowling healthily aruund the ware- home?' Ay--'li the lime that had to do With the boyijoat now; and toe the lid is agiin gtmboling in the water. Lit us keep an eye npon him.' The Indian noon afterwards deposited hit bundle of clothes between two old tasks, and dropped silently into the wa ter, Trom the side of the wharf next the Grampus. He diaippeared beneath the surface as ho doubled the corner of th pier, which had previoui'y hid him from Isaac, who was carelessly and boy- ishly turning summersets in the water sometimes floating like a sloepineani- mil upon its surface, and then diving like a water fowl, and reappearing at ter half a minutb'a absence, a long dis tance from tho place of his exit. jIi was ncceaiary for him to breathe tnoro than once before he reached Isaac and he did so with the dexterity wor thy of an Indian, by turning on his fcck a.id merely projecting hia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 July 1845

Columbia Democrat " I havo sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson ' II. WEBB, EDITOR ANlTPROPRIETOR. Volume ixj BLOOlilSBlfnG, COLUMBIA COMVTV, 1A. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1845. JViimbcv la nr-r . . , , ' . rr, : . '. -'--i " "'Li LX: ' :"' srrvr"f'"TC:r'BafCT rrrr-.a-i-irgrrtrr : imj rnr.wwt OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosrrK St. Paul's Ciiuuch, Main-st TEEMS : TAc CO UM1UJ1 DEMOCRAT will he vublished even Salurdau morning, at TITO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollurs r-.. . r .- 1 ... j I. if.. .. vijiy ucnis,y noipaiu wumii iiivytw No subscription tvill be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any aiscon tinuance permitted ,until all arrearages arc discharged. JiDVERTISEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inscrledal One Dollar for the first threcinscrtions, und Twenty-five cents for every sidisc auent nserlion. lCTJt liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 July 1845

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. JULY 19, 1815. The Postmaster Geseiu.!. has or kfed that (ho deputy Postmasters ..,.1 i L. ' ... . . ' Miu, ma ensuing year, me satno com peiisation which they had-received dur Itig (he-List year. This order, we be lievr, was in 'consequence of somo Ihe Poslinislcrs resigning their oflwes I he following is the order: IPosT-orriCE DcrAnTMErrr, July 0, 1843. Ordered, Thai from and afier Ihe 1st iy of July, 1S15. every deputy Post crusler whose commissions on tho post ages of letters at 30 par cont, and of tiewpipers nt 50 per cent., under Ihe act of 3 J M.ircli,183Q, shall fall short o t ho sum of fit) 25 for any one quarter, or -oi ins proportional pari ot that sum for miy fraction ot a quarter, be aulhorired tto credit himself, m a separata item in his account current, for extra commiss ion on Hie postage ot loiters at 20 per cent.' under Ihe act of 2 J March, 1S43 It Ihe Postmaster be entitled to the allowance of 20 per cenl. for night ser vicc,Jhe will not credi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 July 1845

TUB COMMON PEOPLE. ; Wlmt h alrungo lliing is (his which wt nil civiliziiionl Wliero should wo fine the Rothschilds, lh(i Giiards, llio Aslorx.tlK four and five story granite and mnrlili houses, the splendid midnight parlies, ihe gorgeous furniture, tho rich equipage ol tliti opulent merchant, without the labor ol liiese same toiling, drudjjing, shamefull) wronged common people, who alono create wohIiIi. and who allow themselves to he treated with cold indiflerento if not abeo hue contempt, by ihoso who never earned a dollar in their lives! A AVORRID TSTE. A girl named Ann Gray was committed to prison in New York, on Monday for Hlealiug three novels. She was arrested while reading them in St. Paul's Church yard. SHERIFF BY virtue of sundry wtiu of vend, ex. . . I .1 mi I . ..in ... i , T,;,r o :r d X MISS M. E. ROBISOff, A Prophet Ins been arrested and im prisoned al Quebec for having loiotold the destruction of that portion of the city recently destroyed by fire, lie is supposed to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 July 1845

j..-..,., .... ..Li...gl.JlTagtBlJklLtJJM' I-'iuin Noah's Weekly Messenger. YANKRE TRICKS. REVOLUTIONAUY INCIDENT. Common -consent is o very quee sponsor. 'Common-consent makes wil 6f stupidities; fools-of wise men, pliant of.losenhs, and rascals of honost indi vidusls. -Common consent stampe Yankees' in their 'first days a flhrewu, incomparauio mcKsiers, am common consent was pretty near righ just at that lime. Whether tho Yan keea ore a match lor opposition now wc leave to oldoi anil wiser heads to de (ermine. We pained our independenre bv sheer'force of arms- Now and then fortune would favor our side with a lit lie extraordinary cood event or circum stance, but not very frequently. It was light twenty limes where it was manoe vro successfully once. The 'English, always on the look out for 'squalls' and Yankee tricks,' not unfrequently de ceived themselves in the most ludic rou s manner. In tho month of May, 1814, Sir James Tfoe, with a fleet of vessels to the num ber of thirteen,...

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