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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 July 1845

The ocrat " I have sworn upon tho Alter of God, ctomal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson II. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume IX.3 BJLOOM3RUKG, COLUMBIA (JOINTY, PA. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1845. Number 14 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosrrn .St. Paul's Church, Main-st The COL UM1UJ1 DEMOCRJITwillbi published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Tivo Dollars No subscription toill betaken for a shorter period than aix months: nor any discon tinuance pcrmitted,until all arrearages arc discharged. JlDVERTI SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first threeinsertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. ICF liberal discoun vintle to those, who advertise by theycar LETTERS addressed on busincss,must be post paid. THE GAKL.AND- ... With sweetest flowers enrieh'd, From various gardens cull'dwith care" SMILES AND TEA IIS. BY MISS ANGELINA M. WALCOTT...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 July 1845

BJi. "mura w i moivi- f).aH " .1TVni.7V,Wt,Y HI, 16118. JFee Bills i'on JUSTICES AND CONSTAHLES Printed on sheet fir the purpose of Post ing "P in their Offices. " FOit SALE AT THIS OFFICE Cf Tito Law require Justice and Con-st-tble to hare Ills bill of Ices postod up in hi office. ALSO Blanks for CONSTABLE SALES. IVcw PosMMIicc Law. The new Post-Office Law went into operation on tho first hutant. Having heietcfarc asserted that " Tin: Uou-mbu Ui.MnmiT" was tho only 'pjner thtt couKl bo sent I'llKF. of postage to vc ly Pot-OHice in tlie Connlv of Columbia, anil it li.t'hi); been ilonled by tho Danville papers, we luve carefully arranged a table of distances from IJloomiburg and Danville, to tho different offices in tho County, by tho ncaicst mail routes, by which it will be seen, that there are FIVE 'est OITieetOVER THIRTY MILKS FKOM DAN- TIM.U, .and N07' ONE TROM IILOOMS- 13 VUG. Distance from DUtanco from Dlonmsliiirg. Danville. Miles Miles Tlloomslmrg 00 14 Danillo 11 00 Espy 3 1...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 July 1845

BY vmue of sundry wiiu (f vend .o medirec.ed will be cx,ne,l to public oalo Miho conn Iidum In lHnvilc. on Monday the 18.1. day i.f AnguSl next, at VI o'lork, M The liillowili" described p.operiv. lu win ft... .....l.vt.U.t ll.n... rml.l. n-.rl nf ' rrroin Tammy ,Sn w Mill Dwelling House D I IlliU 8 of land, situate in lnilison Township, in the Cnuntv of Columbia, adjoining lands oi jiicoii v nrner ami onieis. i Seized nud taken in execution and to be sold as llio property of Jacub MuCulluni. ALSO A nrrlain tract of land situate in Fishing Creek Ton tisltip, Columbia, county eon uining I '10 Acres, more nr less, about TWENTY FIVE ACHES of which is cleared, bounded bv lands o( Peler Vlk, Edward icllenry w other!, whereon is erected A LOG HOUSE .md a LOG STABLE, with the appunen iiiiees. Seized taken ill execution and lo be sold as the pioperiy of Joseph Fullmer. ALSO All the right, lililu and imprest of James Glenn, in tliti a rcitani tract of land;siiu.ile in Derty Township, Columbi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 26 July 1845

voiin'suii' of Washington. 1 was in 1759 tint an officer, atlred i , military undre, and a'tended by t -ly oeivant, tall and militaris a v n.'f, cropd the ferry callod William'c r the Pomnnlcey, a branch of the Y i' t; river. Oil the boat touching lli - i'Ii'td or Hew Knt side, the sol- ii t't'i) progress was srrcstod by ono ol i ie ppriont;as who givo Ihoheati ide- if thn Virginia gentlemen of the t ; m",l1ie very soul of kindness and It ipit,ilit) It was in vain the soldier tried his bUiincKS at Williamsburg, irrv t irtint communieaiions to the Gover- i.ir, &s. Mr. Chamborlayne, on whoae tho miliiarie bad iusl landed, Vfiuld hear of no txruse. Col. Wash .-''on was a name and character ao dear i . nil VirRinians. thit hi pissing by one i.i ilm eastlea of Viremia without calllne jmhI pirlakiiin of the hofpitalitioa of the nl, was entirely out or wo cj'jusuun, "I'm. finlonel.. however, fltd not surren- !r at discretion, but etoully maintained I s ground till Chamberlayne, bringin...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 August 1845

The Columbia Democrat I havo sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyrauny over ttio Mlud of Man." Thomas Jefferson U. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ,if 'S. . I. , H Volume IX. BLOOBISBURG, COLUMBIA COL NT Y, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1815. Number 15 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT orrosm: St. Paul's Chuiich, Main-st TERMS : The COL UMD1A DEMOCRAT u'.ill be published every Saturday morning, at Tfl'O DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollar Fifty Cenfs,if not paid within the year, Vo subscription will betaken for a shorter period than uix months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmitted,until all arrearages are discharged. jJDVERTI SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inscrtedat One Dollar for the first thrccinsertioni, and Twenty-five cents for every sitbse qutnt nscr'tion. ICFA liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busiuess,musl be post paid. THE GARLAND- With sweetest flowers enrich'd, Fan vt-i'i M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 August 1845

VTROflOUS JUUIUjJSH.. A iilsWol murdirwi Koine; on in Troy (NYi) lslvierk, : being' jllat .of Ilenfjj 0?V;Ufeeo, ,.idrvp(p.soiijtin in am'ned vvho were about- Rlc. -Mliicen tlilririK Ker il,fie?s, jTnd the .points on winch they were questioned, .has jefcr- nco lo (he ndroinijlisMonVf '.uipJictne, M variou'i'rne?bV lh i:jsonVr, lis 'ap mearance anil ffftcls. 'Tun teeiteral sub lancc of Ihe'le'stiriiaoj' WsA- lhal ' Guen Av:i very oHiclpqs ryioiit'.me pauent, pro. inring drink aji'ipnrior for her, hiii! ihn witnesses describe anntarances In tha medicine which seems lo bo' stispi cious now, thoufth they excited no mm picionsat tho. time. f The symptoms durincilhc illness wero similar to ihose ill' rlinlnra. A connected history of tho case in given, by llio Troy Budget, as follows: 1'enn. In November, tho prisoner, who was a (merchant. wis burnt out and thrown out of business. Soon after a company of temnerance reformers made an exhi bition in lhal town. A. young lady namod. Mary Wyatt,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 August 1845

The mcmrxablo fire in Londom in 1000. desisoled that eiiy to llio rxlent of 430 (qture acred consuming '400 streets, 113, 000 houses, and HO churches. llefnre the war of 1812, the only canals in ihe U States were llin Middlesex canal in Massachusetts, 27 miles In length, and iinijlifil in 1808, and tho Santco canal in South Carolina,22 miles in length. Thore sre now 4,000 miles of canals, which have cost upwards of 8100,000,000. Avoid a person that's all jaw. Remem ber the more a person talks, the less he knows. It's your lean geese that's always crackling not the fat ones. Recollect this and avoid men that's got the gift of 'gab.'as you would llioso that had the gift of measles MARRIUD. On Sunday evenine 20th till, by Wm. Kitchen, Esq. Geohoe Miller, to Ltdia Ann Sniukii, all formerly of Danville. On the 13th inst., by John Hotline E.-q., Mr William Ghay, of Blooms burg, Columbir county, to Miss Maria Catharine Cutler, of Williamspori. DIED. In Bloomsbtirg, on Satur day, the 2Gth t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 August 1845

.GKANADA. fi. miit irmarkaltiti obtict ill th! a iiy tiiv'n v t ruined capital or the anf.itmt Aloonsl potyer and splendor is llo AUiamliiu Tho eslernal appearanco of IhN if nowncd palace it. as lein it klle tfoi jTieanens anil deformity is inici'na structure is foi richnrss and g,tact I is nrccisclv what Swinburne d ".scribe.' j heap of as iily building! as cjii well bo senn, all hmlilleil tot'iiier, wniM'K'.i without lite least intention of .fuimi'm hihiiiimii nut of them. Tlie tool is covert d wiib deeply channeled tile The walls ate buih in a slovenly man .nor, and coarse y plasierrd. There b noi ill? lighe(.t .tueinpt at external or nsmenl--no symptom of regularity c design: so lhal the whole mass look like i confused heap of coarsely finished barns and jjranaiies. I know not whelh er the external ugliness of Moorish pl aces Is the result of design, and in ordei to increase the effect by contrast of Ihi taste, beauty, richness and symmetry .within. Certainly the effect thus pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 August 1845

TheCoInmbia Democrat 1 ' ' ' '" 1 1 "' - I i 1 i ujimJCigi f m ' '..'"r.ili.i W'i j mm i. !iV"i.'iHLtHuu.,Ai.i:-lL..ji i j 'ti n SiijJiiABiWJiL'iijji TMarrH EvT-." ; " 1 havo sworu uPn tU8 Alter of God, eternal hostility to cvory form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson Volume IX. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. opposite St. Paul's Cnuncn, Majn-st TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will Cf?fiA5jf-every Saturday morning, Fiftu nents.ifnntnn;,! ,in.i ,.,,,., uiuiu ii uuiiufii'Ci ur iiuuuuimr.u i ww.inwuciw Posiibscrinlionivillbclakcn7orashortet"ePoa"Mn ho 23d of October, at period than six months nor any rft'scon tinuance pcrmitted,until all arrearages are axscnarged. Jim juiiAib&M&iyis not exceeding r r r-. rr. . .. - .. tf,V; WA; antf rwenty-Jive cents for every su&se- ,c,ur,10U ,dlB ,n evening, ana, on passing qttent nsertion. liberal discounU lile slunud thicket, about half a milo HKirfe fo those ivho advertise bv the vearlft om town, having hnnr,i ,,,.. i,; iil. be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 August 1845

"tiiutii without run " Fee Hills JOThoTost Slailcr Gencral'haS dccid -u Mill UIIUCT IIIU IICW I UOI UIUL'O 1111 llio postage on letters and pipers must bi rated. according to llio distiinco they have to.tuvcl on llio nearest mill route, and no by -the -shortest travelled distance front ono place to another. This corroborates our statement that there are FIVE POS'I OFFlCES.in tho county, that the Danvilh papers canuot be sent to free of postage. ron JUSTICES AND CONSTABLES. Printed on a sheet for tho purpose? of Tost; in 2 up In their Offices. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE IC7Tho-Lar requires Justice and Con stable hrhavo hieibill of foes postod up in his office. ALSO .BlanksTor'GONSTABLE SALES. "New rost-Ofllcc Lair. The now Post-Office Lavf went into oporatton on tho firtt ofJuly. Having heietcforo aneited lliat " Tits Columbia Demochat" wis tho only paper that could be icnt FREE of postage to ve- ry Puat-Oifice in the County of Columbia, and it having been denied by tho .Danville papers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 August 1845

I?OMNCR IN REAL LIFE A K 1 Hlill MURDERED- 11ELA T1VES WAJVTED. 1;i7. ibeth T. Rudolph, of Syracuse, N. Y. advertises fur friends or relatives in'ihia country, or in Poland. II r his liny is as romaulic a tho most duVoled novfliit could desire. Her father wai n Polish nobleman, Count Telisce Venuti Rudolph, who brought her to this coun. t,i in 1824, in charge of a nurse, who who soon after died. She was placed in the family of Daniel Magoc, tailor, who resided in Albany, and who poisoned hr father to obtain his wealth. She was Ihen adopted as Magee's daughter.. JMaReo and his wile ltcu, tne tornier in 1S2G, and tho latter in 1829 or 1830. A man colling himself John Cleaveland recently called on her, and narrated these facts; adding that he was privy to the murder of her father, and had com pelled Mager, under threats of exposure ioon after the murder, to duliur to him Rudolph's fortune, and that as soon a he could restoio her fuller's property without oxpoiure, he would do so. This ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 August 1845

SMALL VS. LARGE FARMS. The greatest obstaclo to tho improve mont or Agriculture in this country, is tho propensity of tho farmer 'the mania I mieht well call it to own more land than he can tilito advantage. And it it thus that we sco scattered over the country large tracts of etcril unproduc tivo land, which, under good cultivation would yield bountiful & valuable crop) Not only tho dictates of sound philoio ptiy, but numerous facts drawn from ex ,paricnce, are -constantly and loudly call 'inn upon the farmer from every quartei to occupy a imall farm and cultivate it wail. -1 wish that this admonition could bo thundered into the oars of the agri cultural population of New England, un till a cotuplots revolution should be pro duced in tho farming system. This groat truth is already beginning to bo understood in olhor countries, and is attended with corresponding advanta .ges. Tho densest population in Europe may bn found in b landers and Lombar dy.'whoro tho land is divided into...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 August 1845

Columbia oerat I have sworn upon tho Alter of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ovor tUo Mind of Statu'' Thorrias Jcflcrnon Volume IX. B1LOOMSBURG, COLV9IBIA (JOIJTTY, PA. SATURDAY, AUGUST W, fl.845. IVtmihcr 17 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. oitosite St. Paul's Cimncii, Main-st TE?kMS : The COT. UMBIJ1 DEMOCRAT will bt published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars No subscription will betaken for a shorter vcriod than aix months; nor any discoiu tinuancc pcrinillcd,until all arrearages are discharged. AD VER Tl SEMENS not exceeding sijuare will be conspicuously insertedat One Dollar Jor the Jirst three insertions and Twcnlu-fivc cents for every subsc auent nscrlion. ICF'A liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on busincss,must be post paid. THE GAItLAND. With sweetest flowers eiirlch'd, From various gardens cull'd with care." ron Tin: coluicbu democrat. The Girls of Bloouihbiirg. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 August 1845

EBSJ5 ORIGNAL. W'riten for tho Columbia Democrat AN ALLEGORY, Or tho 'discoveries of two hnpcftil -youth? .of the noM link vilhgo ofdttawiwiiU- oste on a romantic valo on'the varge of tlio crystal waters Of tho 'Susquehanna. Thess twopritoij of lljo Mountain and valleys, not aiti.'ned with tho endearment of their tillage homo, owing to tho ex iluus'.ionj of their fortite imagination in deviahg plana of amusoment, and the -superabundance of limsthil fortune in her woaks of fancy had placed at their disposal, while their friend, both ladies and gonts, were enjoying thweels that hours indus tftoualy passed always afford, 'fostered an idea that spontaneously originated from their discomfited thoughts, that they would pur sue a reer6Mffo emenaling in the wil derness and encompassed by the tender el fusions of their infantile spirit, which, with nroner culture and more careful observance r than those of their race had ever before rbeen nurtured, would enable them to beam t forth in the wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 August 1845

not intend, as ;arly as strength will pet mil 10 pan litem in review, In the form of a jfcneral address. The three last years have disclosed the spirit and tendency of the fed -ral pfy they havo never bo fore been exhibited. And tho lesson musi not ho passed over, if we ore determined to fulfil ibe duly of transmitting fentiine Ainer ican principles and insihulinns lb' our sue ce'snrs,' 'In respect to my liberation, I would add (hat it was a compulsory discharge, or llitusting out without a restoration of polit ical and personal rights, Thcso I am in viled to re-acquire by taking special oath of allegiance and thereby confessing a breach of allegiance by acting as Governor under the People's Constitution, llonni duty, consistency and self-respect forbid such an act; and my friends do not need li be assured that no such oath will ever be laken. 1 havo asked nothing of the Alger ine faction, Public opinion abroad and at home has opened the doors of their Uaslile and the same potent ag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 August 1845

AN I HE LOVUD ME Some years go a Spanbril win or retted in ibrana, charged with I he hoi . . . s ... t t Hole- crinto oi aisiasumion. no tvj. J: i) own lu bn a depraved and "riuueralt- 1 1 1 (i I v 1 1 1 u a i , wno nan neen ongii;cti in piracy and was suspected of other hein oils crimes. The evidence against hini wjs conclusive no voice was heaid ii his favor no niiiigating circumstances wcro adduced. He was condemned t thd punishment of the garolle and tin cxreution took place at the allotted lime without lliu walls of the cily, at thr place appointed for the capital punish ment of malefactors. Tho instrument of execution, an iron collar, which, hy turning a screw, pro duced instant strangulation, was applied amid the executions of the throng, which had gathered around for tho nor tihle purpose of witnessing the IjM dy ing struggles of a human being and ert ih jI crowd had dispersed, a woman, -young and lovely, hnt with disheveled luir and disordered dress, while grioi had impress...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 August 1845

The Columbia Ve I have sworn upon the Aller of Oo.l, eternal hostility to overy form of Tyranny ovor tlio Mlnd'of Mau. Thomn Jefferson II; WEBB, EDITOR X 'PKoiPliilrOK,, Volume IX. BLOOBISBDRG, COLUMBIA tlObNTY, I A. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, IVumbcr 18 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. -oitositK' Sri Paul's Gnuncii, Mainst TEEMS : The C0LUM11IJI DliMOCllJlTwill be published every Saturday, morning, at TWO 1)0 LL Jill 8 per annum payable ihaij yearly m advance, or i tro Dollars jtijty Cent s,ij not paid within tlieycar tVb subscription will betaken for a shorter merioa iiian six montlis: nor any discon tlinuancc permit ted, unlit all arrearages ine discharged. JlUi ' EM I an mEisa not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrceinserlioni, unit Twenty-five cents for every subse auent nser'tibn. ICPJt liberal discoun made to those, who advertise by the year LET '7 IJia addressed on Uusinest,must be post paid. TUB 6'AR A. IV D With swetctt flowers enrieh'd, Fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 August 1845

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "BtooMsnuna, August 23, lSf5. We Uku greil ploiJttrcin l.iying be fore our 'rcndure (ho subjoined article from tho 'New Yoik Sun, not only ti -account of the sound, prid'tcat, common -senso doctrine which il contains, but al--.80 IhaLwe miy-he afforded an opportu nity af endorsing the correctness of .the biographical ilf'isf ration which the edit or of tint paper his been pleased to use, snd 'which wc, in common with manyoi, the citizens of this place,know to be true to tho letter; Sunbitry Gazette, The Mechanic Arts. We noticed a few days go the great and growing advantagesol'the mechanic arlsfor young pereons of good education, and respect'a 'bio families, and public opinion seems 'to confirm ell thai wo have said. We should not bo surprised to see many young men avoiding the study of law and physic, with becoming firmness and cnterprijc,aiticle themselves for a num--bcr of years to some mechanical occupa- linn, and thus nlace themselves on the -cure roa"d t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 August 1845

StNGULAtt ACCIDENT. I On the 20ih ultimo, n Imrso upon which ttio wife of Nathaniel lliiri5(near Vincenne t Indiana. was rilling. Blcppctliipoii a linriiesV' nest. 'I'lin insects immediately commenced stinging the hour, whereupon he reaied plunged until he threw Alts, Boris, and then full upon her crushing bur inalantly to death. ll'JLHJLiL UORlUD. A little daughter or Mr. Thomas Sargent of Twelve Mile Prairie, was killed by fall ing into a threshing machine, while driving ih 0 horses for her fa'.hcr, ono leg was torn off above the knee, the other Toot was torn entirely ofF.and she was otherwise horribly mangled. AV1NDFALL. It is said that the Hon. Levi Lincoln, formerly Governor of Massachusetts, member ol Congress, and Collector, of the port of Boston, has recently received, bj ihn w nf 110 alp l)sn Wa i n. 1 he sum of eighty thousand dollars, r.i...,w.M WARLIKE. Orders were received on Saturday re quiring Capt. Duncan, now at Fort Ilarnil ton, a few miles below New York, lo be in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 August 1845

ANDRRVV JACKSON, From the Di.'ihu Kieernan' Journal. 'Death op Guneuai. Jackson. A picket ship arrived al Z4 vet pool on Tuesday lV, furnishes us, though luv. ing'bul one day's later new from Amer ica, with the-deeply to bo lamented ti ling9 of Gencnl'J.icksui's death Thi' cveht took placo at hie private rcJidenct She: (Llarmitagc,' in thu western statu ol Tennessee, on Iho 8ih of Juno 'last, In the 75 h year of. his An old comradoin arm, honyiim to tho veter an's tlyingbed to abide with him in It nal conflict, which il is tho lot of all men to auslain, met his phyisician on tho way, proclaiming that the hero war no more. Wo can imagine how this intelligence has been received throughout America. Friends palsied with a sudden. grief, and; they-who were onco his foos, now vain able eulogists of his character. Over his crave the.e is heard but ono gush of uni versal sorrow. His death is indeed a national calamity to hiacounlrymen, and a wide void left in the ranks ol man hood. Though f...

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