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

aiiiujuaaaiDa In Great Bend on' tbe 2Cth inst., by Rev. Ja^, 11 MtCreary, 33u-."Dasa F. Acstjs to Miss CeceJ/IA JV.'Lathbop, both of Montrose.

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

;•,-;- j|';i- DONJkVlONi . Tho friends of Rev. S. J. Gibson afo hereby cordially invited to make, him a donation visit at jthe house, bf W. Follet Esq.''oii the afternoon and evening of Thursday Feb. 10th. Moiitjrosc, Peb. 1st 1^48. .,'... , A Iclicy"fpjin Thames. Oxlnrdshiic, Eiiglatid, Ua> ted SepuaDj I8i6. gays :—'• If jou could inform mj tcgardioj; an Agency, W the Lilhontriplic Miiliirr, i) I cuulii obtain it tc, I should be glad, Wc mncli admired the style in which it is put jip. and have been =lronjrly. canvinept! of its (jreat curative powers. It was tricd;herc in a caee of wurms m a child, and'wilfi perfetTl sueceps; a case of dropsy also waa cured by it.; fomejnumbcr. of cafes of .eruptive diseaaes fcc. 1 enuld veil a large quantitv. indeed my friends have offered njie the mrnt-y to f»»ru-ard for a few dozen oj llic article, lmt I know M"' when- io addresa ihy Idler, save ,llirou"h you." Tliii was handed os by a ircntlcniap from Canada wlui forwarded a quantity 'q...

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

"Printer's TTanls. I We Tyant, en subscription for fche 5th volume of the* !"democrat" Wood.^ Hemloek hark, Grhin of all kinds. Wheat flour,-Pork, Beef, Arjplcsy! Btttiter; Lard,' Hams, Eggs, and alnufst anything in the catalogue,of eatables.':"'

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

\. T-' ' - , Aujonrndd McctlnK. Pnrsnant to adjournment, the mooting again c ip.vcued at tbe Courts II<>use on Tuesday eveniMg' the '25th Januarj, to receive the report 'if tlie C mniittee appointed to draught an addrL>s tn the Lcgi.ilatnfe, &C Tiie Oommittee through its Chairman F^on. Win. Jessup, reported-, the following Address ami Hes'ilntions :* ,i * ; The Address and Resolutions, after remarks j tV,,m Messrs. Jessup, Leet, Lusk. Bentley and I Junes were unanimons5y adopted. i in motion,'an Executive Conimitfec was' a-i-.i'iintcd for the'piirpjisc of carrying out the "lijcet of the meet.trg. The ,Coinuiittec are Mc«rs. F. L; nsk, Wn| C. Ward, George Fuller. Henry iMuker anp Daniel Scarles. The deepest interest was manifesied by the ,ni-.-ctiii2 in favor of thejestabiisriieiij of the purjused Rail Road, andjpvcry individual preser.t ^eeraed determined to Jise every personal cjterrmn tu secure the attainment of this great object. CALEB CJLRMAL...

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

'M °W ~' — J"1"-'1*' J.'liu''. - '¦ . ', . -j j t ..; i .v .j m-£ '¦ I *' J'1 -- ' '-^^^*m*~* ' :\ ^ •\.-jH'ih!& ££fS^^'*£* ^•¦¦**&**f" the ,«^pf;Ck.bnion PJea, pf Susquebann* Couniy and ^o roidfrectcdi: w.ill be exposed t* publipsnle^ ar the teurifHotein Montrose, oii. - Saturday ibe-SStblday.of-Ffebruary, 1848 au 1 o dock P. M.-r'All. tbat celtainjpiece.or rar-Celof land situate ;jn rlusrf: townsM. in'the : e.°?n,y °f Sdsrjueh' arina, boUodeil'BjpTuWrifc' ed as toltows{to wir^onjiheNortfr'*ylrands ejf " George Brattjbte^rtlrDaWd^Hi Hiekok'^Bilst by land of D^H. Illckok-South byslanil* otJ seph P., Drinkerrkentainint ObouiSO, acres-^ wtlr.theappuirienjinces a ifamed'HofieWil ^ArV'fMxM ^ f»lrWed,Wifi«fe»." tateorSeJia.Abbott. • | -! t-o¦««.:.*>v:"• j;;^^in'|xecytion-atthfabit of Kirkland) G. Wright agaioyt Selia Abbott. ¦¦ ¦¦¦¦¦>-•¦-.:'•-= -•>a- .•; ^,-;-:»i W-tALsa:! .' ,-. -<.! ,.r-, .AlLthet certain! piece or parcel uf lun'd eitaate i...

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

¦.. .j; j;,If*§t^^, ' - i FRESH ARR1TAlr'.OJf ^ tf| - DIS.^3# I^b^ ifBai-fJlfe, ! viaS^v yj& ,-.£..f.Ey t-/aqj^b. I .'JL HL urtjlereig'neu.CtiikiS^' pfcBs^ pouncing tb'liu.eir cg^ornen^hi)'tbapbJb.!ic^h*'' crully that they have ihifflhy feceifed a.'prhplete. a|ssijrtirieni of NEW GOODS, «|ilch were Uugli( exclusively fur CajJk,nt Be prls'ent : Jowpritrs ih market^urf witL^E sbLn c fjlres - : pondingly cbepp for Cash, Grain.Bbtler, Bard, Tjb I lo.\C; Bees w'j 'Sic:'&e*' -Tdi;" 'o»4 custofirwirVwfe(tender onV tnanksTor ;'tbenr1iKret''pi|rpn<> . age d'ritf iTHJnptpaymenfsdurin^MpasflfenV. nnd hobeforu centirtuariiic-of trie kame'lbVo' '48; assuring them!. that Go*dt"c.ii},lie bolsfht ofpsai low-as or any1 other 1citablishrne|t in this county,.or even Bineham'tbn. f',- - 1 ; j BENTLEY $ ItEAb. Monllrose, Jan. 1848. . ¦' .-fl ¦ vs'. 8 i ^j : - « . r - : yoTicp. . • | | M. HE Books and Accounts 6f..tho|;late|firm of FuHr-r AfHempnead are in the handV of G...

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

• Taw WlMefTl t>Bipt^He^-:v- We/havo frequently been asked, to explain What is meant by thjb "Miasouri Comprouuee," and to give ita origin \ and aa ibis is a matter which is now.niueblalkedof, and will contioae to be alluded to in the political discussions for thojjext year we wil|comply wiihthese request* as tar as we are abfe. , ;. r /' '|, ln,l«l!>, the terrttory of Missouri applied to Ceogresg for admission into tbe^ Union aa> State. Slavery exiifcdthere thettanu bad existed from the first lettlement of the'torritorji; and the cpnstitution„adopted by_ the people of the territory^ previous to apnUcation ib^aflmiision into the Union| recognisedslaverjlf Objection was at once made in Congress to her adinisson as a slave State, and thereupon arose 4hat fearful excitement upon tbe subject of slavery, which for a longtime threatened the very existeuceof the .Union. A slight attention to tho papers of that,d|y will show, tbat the excitement then existing upon...

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

- •-.- ¦ : J -. . .-¦' '.!NswYo«fcr4»* 1-l&Y-J84?. 3V. l*«K<K<or« ./(«>/>•% ¦*'**«* .. t . I Daiapiat—Peiba* your have noticed in some of the NevliYork paper*,* •latement concerning the re. markaul* powers nf «' Malbenmidtan in that city, who adds, subUacui,multiplies, divides, and performs •II other? arithmetical calculation!, Swilb a rapidity Hist sce&n almost miraculous.^ As J am lhal person, il will endeavor to give a correct statement of the faeuwliicu 1 hope you will publish. First 1 Lets 'column Wfiguree. aay 3000 111 length and 10 or 20in (breadth bo placed be/ere me, and in less than five sec. ionda of time I will give, tho sum total, always com. jmencinj on tho left hind side, to /write Ihe ^ anawifr 'down. |Il mailers not what length thb column is or what breadth. I will give the sum total is fast as 'the Gguics can bo writien down. Second: Let a sum [be written in multiplication, with 1000 figures in the in the multiliandand ...

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

I UP |TOWN CHEAP STOiiE. | HtJAD OTNAVIf ATiON. NOfV landing (since ihe prices have fallen) direct from New York, nnd since the. arrival of the.steamers CuirrUrin and Mi* souri. «' large and well selected stock ot DRY GCrOljra, of almost svery vnr ety suited to the se'ason£whicb will be offered fjir stile us low for Cos* of other good'pay, us at; ony oiher store this side of Canton or Pekin. : r AmoSi* bis JDSJI <tVfi(E,]D3 may be found JSDOO yards ol American and London 'Prints diostly entire new patterns, 600 yards Alpaccas, Orleans, Mohiiirand French twilled plain black, brown, stripe and Ptnids tor Indies dresses nnd cloaks. Also DeLaines, Me rinos, Laces, Edgings, Tabbs, Flowersr C-p and Bonnet Ribbons, new ^ styles. Shawls, Bleached Goods, Liosies, Checks, Tickings, Cantor* Funnels ami Wool do. Cotton Yurn, Batting, Wadding, Twine, Candle Wick, and 1 500 J-ord* Bw. Iidming*. ! \ G ROC E IVIES, Among! which will be offered good Brawn Su« gar, for1. 8d per lb. Crushed...

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

M\ ''1f1|[ «i^-i^#€: ;:f Y i M-. raiibinimD, jrciuijr .¦jHrj||r»A*-V;K6>iiiaTO,. y' ijV ;opLANM-^BBaiMTEAik ' - "'"-'1 '-K\ V -¦' *¦ •- .' ' : ¦<-.-[:¦ '• T* R M •„•,• > %l^>resrjfp«ldln •dvaaee.or^SyOO irnaM at lbs close sf the resr. • > itaetsTefcsJssd forposisjelf eairledat tfee pabUaber'tex-Ph»eJu»«aiiresoptto»sl, exeeft wheat arrnra|es arr paM.j AoTsaTnanaiiTS one dollar per square of ls/el»e lines, or Ms ^ lonlaM^ttssMlaacttkia^ aad twcMrllveceau foreVcrr snbs».i|«>* tlasettlen. A liberal discount will be rnadetn those who ilveriise by the rear. { OT. Easiness tnteraaad comsrankalions for the paper must berosT »*i» to ensnra attention. - * " - . •* CALEBrWEEKS, ; Saddle, Harness, Trunk, Valise &'. Whip rhn* ker and repairer, &C. Shop two doors above the •'Democrai" Office. ' : —'—• - ' '- ' "™ " - * COOT.IB| THAYER, BOTANIC Be ETOROPATHIC PHISI-^|4N, UkNI) SURGEON—Office at his '9nri| third house east of the Court Hou...

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

Tbe Sat^fenfkalfarmer. To be a successtul farmer, Science is not -very necessary: Aman'may be a good farmer, without being a naturalist, botanist, Or chemist, which might enable | him to analyze the different' soils on his farm. But the more knowledge lie' possesses on the Subject of Agriculture,, tbe letter. Intelligence in what relates to his business, is quite a| useful to the fanner as it is to tbe merchant or manufacturer, in what rev lates to itheir pursuits. A successful agriculturalist must be atf intelligent man; he frast be distinguished for <arefuland accurate observation.' And altho' I would not encourage, generally, experiments in the common pursuits of husbandry; yet die -gVillfwl and jndieionl farmer should regard all his operations, in some sense, as-experimental. Altho' not undertaken as such, he will regard them as means of knowledge in his pursuit, and enabling him better; JU> judge in what way he can cultivate his farii to the best profit. ., ...

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

THE GBEAT BEMEHV t,Te FORESTS, ffiikS^rwjpM '! : VHGETJa.Bl.li PHY^KfBP?fC PILLS. X HE Prbprietork take this method of making known lb thelwojrld.'tbe oioVt valuable anil imp portaot discovery ever reeorded in the history of roed. ieiiw. j' , L; Io testing by chemical experiment, the medicinal properties of a rare" plant, which grow* alorlg the! banks of the IVapsepinicon River, in Iowa, Ihey die covered that i) possessed a healing and restoring poorer, which, in their opinion, in combination with oilier remedies, thcircsult of their medical researches, would render il a ' CRAJD CATBOUGOM ; for a tottering world, ' pie remedial powers of this plant were tested with tho least possible, delay, and in hundreds of instances, they proved fully adequate Io tho complete: and perfect remoTal oi disease in' any and every form, and il is confidently believed tbat the remedy is destined to produce sn entire revolution in the medical world. Facts in their possession fully warrant them in ma...

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

;-coiiM^:M^^ffmisA a^m»^im»* t^tW^m DR. O. C. VAUGHN'S' VEGETABLE LlfHONTRIPTie ADVERTISEMENTJFpR|847.-^ ' ¦ 1 dui; ISaw, 1 CoitaoMSotf f« ftiott einphat.. cally the ease with ihW article.r''Diseafe rfcs^vcr yielded to jits moat msrvelloua-jmcdical ,#wcr^—Wherever It bas gone, and South |Amerie»,Kfiglsnd, Canada, arid the United Slafea have proved t|e troth of this statement, the above quoUtion in istrftng *nd pithy sentence, .telta'''ilia! whole |t^.' lilysl|tai' tiie principle upon which you are cured may not bi known Id you. but the reaull of a trial ofiu)e article|autisfaclory; you are restore^, and th^fecrct of (be core rcmaina with rtieproprictoi'.!; Thu Medicine 3 a com. pound of 42 distinct vegetable agencies; ea^hindi. vidua! roc^hMiu own particular, jeiclusive.oiediein. al properly. <sonflieling fwWi no jobber compound—aeh root makca its own cure—and: aa a perftct com. bination, when taken into the system, it docs the work iawa iirst caiaonsne which lUTbas. when...

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

k^^b^Sbrtill^Lf^Stoii!*: - ..-..» ^ j 'SBsWsBsV'- . ,••---a^^^aa.'' i-'-^y^^'^W^^^^^a Kg-^^S nt^^s^ms^^SAIk^ ™!Jg|lH|^MThis exiract ii ru^op la quart bpiijes;! It Is six tiiscs do,. w,p»es»snwr;sn4 wsrmnud"superior io any sotil. ^iwZ disesses without Tomiitnf, pursh*, skkenintor detUttauWu. iWkSk ;-.;,¦ -I- -A. a. -i. .':,:.('•.. .\. . - ^.™e GEEATljT^tAiroiimNTER MEBi. • ¦""'¦'' '"."Ii ¦' ¥"¦' ^inrvK'' '¦'!'"' . .r .-4j.r-.- -• W'ii*- .•'- U.--.'^'*i>lf»l < I'- 1 TrwBreatBeautyaWsijperlorlly; 61 Ill's nwdie|a< orcr in MlwrU, whiten eradicates diseases ilfnvlinratcsilKbodr u U onr of iteverv.beit Fall, and Winter m«Hdne« krnn-1? not only poriBei the wnate'systeia,! and stren|tbens ibe jwiT but It creates new, pirSaad rich blood; apower.aiMsewMW OootlterinUicloe. -Aodlntnls lie the greal secret of luwo? derlat saccrssj Hi has pwformed! within | ihe','m*i 1 two vr.,. aooretlMn3SiV)Sc^orAeveniiisaofnbease;,at, teutT SuOrifUjesewrtte.coimdVrnt liKUrsUle, More itim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 10 February 1848

One more &f the sanie Sort The followingus an extract, of a letter from the Razor Strop Man, to Coles of the Washing- j Ionian, and published in the last number of that excellent jo'urnnl: . " On leaving Baltimore, I paid a brief visit to Washington, D. C. I called on Uic Mayor and asked him for a license to sell my straps, FIc told me he could not give me one, but in'' ease I was disturbed by the police, he would endeavor to shield me from the "terrors of the I j law." Under these circumstances, I thought I would '.'chaneeiii," and its I bad a very few more left of those same, kind of strops I had in Boston last summer, I'wcnt into the street arid began to dispose dfibem to tbe people, who were as anxious'to buy thqm as I" was Ho^sell them; and wclbtbcy- Wight be, fornstrueias oysters ain't fr< gs, just so true, my strops are the best, and the. handsomest, and tie cheapest, and the — buVl need not spin you a yarn about them, as ybu kntw what tHey are, and so ...

Publication Title: Northern Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 10 February 1848

'..^'''¦L^MiimMi^^ Xhpjpliawjnglmes..wer o written inMJanuary,, ^o§t^i|fe:A|ldF^teo^ ^wjntcr^igi^rthusljajr: 'K'-''" jff'--|.> ¦¦'•!, - / : ^'T^^^i^Wdtiyi'"' " '??W? "^. ' 'WhVti^ej'ih 'ouJd b*Vale1 gbin]g^ient| ;t4j • :-ris^p^trtW^ltog«theK \;-'"s-i ,V?s' M&f.T ^^.t^^^itoWoiMfttheX; ' ¦ ->xzv' w.&' Ai . i'. Easyr'tis to doud:0i oTojo-^,!. ti.,»t ^ - I^^M^ii^ff^:^^:.^ ,..!* .l -•¦ See th£:&^/ierskdjaadcwpa^yiV;,ini >-H < , .:.Stalki%<i>r,; thev|»^^^^ H.lV(> '.' .. . .OMl^^wtfa^qiTp^sg^lw,^;,rV ; "BKnking-fikea'cn^^ "", ""';¦¦ Ohm^eiin^^hlW^S-*s'!< ' ¦ ^i" Y^yjithVdickeustftmteit ^nugb^pstn See jlw Merchant, aSixigua fellow, !'•' Wthr | JfTteB"asfa1^:t' a«6#if' *!i S^» .^'^Siefc"\otnIgrIW,i*nd[quffie7be4;^fie^ .'' . .-t^ -^;!AI}/be^p8^beT<$ss(^o.i(Z^^4^|<3»ef-i« .. Hear himjcry in.jiecjents ^ slpw ^^ .„ ¦ „,.-.-.,..%, "6 yq'pow'rrrwby don't '»*shdh.1"f:""" .^9a,t^q,chppj'falSi^.r&l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 10 February 1848

{ : , MISCELLANY. ! J - : ¦ _ From Uodi^'e itaiiy's nook, for Fcl^mary. ! GCESSlWHOrFIS! h " BY tf S. ARTHUR. £. - " It will be a gr|at deal betrcr for us, Lizzyi. Amor ica is a "country, where kII things are in, foil a^id ]J«nty; J)kt";hcre wc are ground down ' t > the earth ami bilf-starved by the rich ana ; ^r«at in order thatlltey may K-come richer and , greater.' It is'ot i |there,'Lizzy. Don't you , ^ r-tnenibet what Jo|i.n SlcClure wrfte home, six . imnths after' he cr|ssed the ocean f' j " Ycp, I rcmctnlscr all that, Thomas; 1ml; John MtClnre wa| never a very trn)bfnl body at home, and Fre SiTways thought that if we knew everything, fte would find that he wrote with his roafjnifyipg glasses on. John, you know, was very aj|t to see things tbrouglynajrnifying glasses."^ s • ± " But the testimony-doesn't come alone' from John. We bear i| every day and from e.very quarter, that America is a perfect; paradise for the poor, compared to England.' j " 1 don't know Ifow^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 10 February 1848

.. . „ TUB THREE tfilEBSI.l' I .' A'^cry bandsomdly^utbj' witjrmorp lharms l.n| •hS'a^peara'nce ;tha*m"opn! y in bisiockcti1 becahie'' taost';de8p^ratelyjt liijiove wfth the daughter! .of a.-rich |;n't!iglibdr;-.-|..<Cho 1 fafher, of Antonio was, dead.iand "the,-yjqung ^mlnjhad speedily dissipated .^10 Ijftle fonune^bj|v|ihen bceairic lijs only 'p'drUWjIJjio.^ever^^^Sfbrat cmmiies^nevefwg'cda'nytbiiig^gmns?tM.fe Cxeeptirig a few extravagances and Ifollies; wbiuh, perbaf s, werp merel/ail^ngs to aftotberwisq amiable c^arac|ter. ,. FinP^ta, the object of his affection, was .tbelprilyl JiaOghter of a rich noble, .whjol'pertciyiij^ forbade fiis dtinghter,' undcfi severe'^penalties,! to think of Antonio,;wherj iniSfact,; sh|| could think;ofnpthingebjR, .Loye is.tbe p&ntof mt.re inventions thai) necessity.; I Antonio pu^. on the hnmble'aft'irii of 'a;'ga*d|i' ner, |and! so gbt emplftycdin' 'the' pleasure grounds op tie' riob father:,; Never were the'flbweri known lb f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 10 February 1848

^aas J"—wp—^^ 3^: rfcR^;.::/ • ......, ¦ ; ^T"? r-r*r—f. ' ""'' - ' Fran tie Oaj^Re oTUie TJnlpn. . ' TO M^ MOTllER. ' '' ": nr T\nki benjamis, zed. Thit;k> hot, dear moihejr, that fteicares And joys and hqjfes Which Manhood knows, Have sown my heajstwlth Antumn |ares, Or chilled its fouftt with Vifinter snowi. No! green and frcsfi Life's verdure grows . As in my happy,5youthful years, ' .... And warm and bright its current flows, , Although, its wav|s are mixed with tears.. I liave not, mother, jjsince a child ; ~ ' ; I loved, to look ij>^"onr soft eyps* | ;, ¦ "* And watch if on mylfaco they smiled,'; [ As smile G od's afigels from the skies !^- Sinee, listening to yjour mild repHes, ¦ •'; ' Which fell upon my soul like dPw ^ . | I deemed your teachings good and wise— '' > #1 have not once" fibrgottcn you'J __ ¦ -', , Bat even, like a holy charm, • < . > ¦',- ' Some viewless seraph breathes your name, It tarns'aw^my s|eps>from barm; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Northern Democrat — 10 February 1848

Tremendous Waif Meeting In the «ity of tffe w York. On Saturday evening! week, the Democracy of New York assemble^' itt ^ mass meeting at Tammany Hull for thSb pui'pcfc of expressing their views andfeoling|inrclationitotheldexicari war, and of sustaining and encouraging the Government in its ffurtber prosecution.— So large and enthusiastic-.a rhecting, judging from all accounts, spld|m"if ever asseinplcd in the "^14 Ayi^wam.'* p"he Globe says^'never have wewitnessed .within the walls of Old Tam-- -» • • a rmany a more numerous assemblage than tbat which convened on Saturday evening last. Among the thousands wop assembled there, but that an on© feeling prevailed; l^nd was enthusiastic {determination ttf sustain the Administration in the prosecution of the war until an hortorablepcacc is obtained* This meeting will diffuse1 joy and gladnes§ throughout the Uni6"n. It was one of the most harmonious political assemblages wo ever sftw. N Our Whig opponents confidently rclicp rtpon...

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