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

&S2'2r ittM -j jirj-u j. GOSSIP ABOUT GHILDUEN: A mutilation ol living tlesn aim nioou 01 munncr in wnicn nc uau icpuueii an evpuiiia- pone and auisck m a beioeu playmate uon 01 s otiencc DV LEWIS' GULOlID CLAIHC I more. ! love Children. I um'i! lu think v.h-ni current of a beautiful bait; which oozed'"? w" a "gng fever on Ilia brain and was a bachelor fit isa "owl mam icars.fiom the bran leg oi that billed cliigy of"""."' " "e in... . .. .o-iy e.gu uou.s m - - . . - - ?! . .. .1 ...-- n- f u: s n ms .nrn nr lllll Till ninni..! Llllllilllur.; ni . - -...--.... t.li. 111. III mitt i-iiiii ll J - could scarcely have affected t he poor child But that morning net cr came In that poor shore painiuliv. It was to her the vital .child in health. Ho awoke the next inorn- ago now.) that theie was something ritl'i- if manner in v ' prcsimiuu: in i!o:uing father- and mother- would bring tlirir "wi- tlnn around H-.'.m ami 101 an inlant : He knew neither his la the child ucie hasvd ur.au lh- ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 July 1850

& "terms explained Bound tot is properly a shntt poem of; thirteen eises; eight in one rlmnc ond live in another; tliat is eight lines masculine and five feminine or rice reran. A ihynie in which the final syllables only ngrt-e strain complain) :.- called in poetry a i male rlnmc; one in which the two finnl syilahle.-. of" each vciso agiec the last being .-liori motion rriii female; and the latter i- i metinic- ruriinr-l in Italian poetiy. t- three st liable-- when the vor-c i nllcri sptuciwlo. In Engh-h pntij. -tch a h cense i- hauih pormi--ibie. except in luirlcs- ijtie poetry such as 1 Iutlilras and Don Juan: tlmlngold.-by Legends abound vvi'h hnnpj specimen- til i'. lloitrd-iobir. Fiom the French ivjiiI rn- hnh. A phr.iso originally denved fiom si rus'om of the Frenrh oflicoi.- who on sigif- ing a lciiioii-tranee to their Mtjieiior- wioto their names in n circular lorn so Hint it might he iuipo-sible lo ascertain who hend-cd'tlieli-t. The fust sigtici ua-. of coni.-e the lin...

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

SF.TH HAWKINS LARCKNUY. There ia a tradition in Humtovvn and very generally believed lo be true which thoiigl. true or falsi? throws n bit oFrotnance around the plain ttialtfcr df fact business ol iscth Haw kips courtship a courtship oth- ivviae hot icmnrkable for incidents other t!i: tithe cniiimnn sorl Vie; suspicion ofinal- Ibtr.uin; accredited attctitimis and hapin' coiisiiinaliiv... The little itiriden. as the talk run ntoopg the neighbor:- was a jewel in its waV. and slum!; witli laughter ihe whole community ol ilmt quirt town fur a InNjj h'.'Sb from the par- son nfllic parish dnwn to the very tnc nail of ihfc !mdy politic. ctutidnv night was the t-easnn nn which Seth usually wi-nflo do his weekly if rows as Mrs. Htuiihv would spvrnnd his r..:.d tn neighbor . linns' whoso daughter Sally tva? tin- object if his pai ticul.it- hnpr Iny across ihire lung milts of hard teiritoiy stumpy as mi old wi-ninn's m.:uth and as iiieclaiinalile ."is a prndigul son gone uwoy fur the thud time...

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

.? . .. z i MmanmEiBar "- -imiiJ NORTH CHARLES DE MCRSE. I.OXC SHALT; OUR B.VX.VEIi HR.IVE THE BREEZE THE ST.lXDARD OK THE FREE. m i w&unHLi EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 7 CLAR.KS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y JULY 10 ISf.O. V'Hitw G1VK KVKKY D.W. Let us give something every day Tor one another's weal ; A word lo make llic gloomy gay Or the crushed spirit heal ; A look that to tlic heart will speak Of liim that" poor anJ oll : A tear for l:er o'ei hose wan chock Pull many a stream lias rolled. The objects of our love and care In every path ivc tee And when they ask a simple prayer O. shall we selfish he. And turn away with haughty thrust As if the Cod above Wore partial to our pampered dust Atid only us did love ? Lit us give something every day To comfort and to cheer; "IV- not for gold alone they pray Whose cries fall on the car : They ask for kindness in our speech A tendei ness of heart That lo the innocent soul will reach And warmth and life impart. Vc all can gi...

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

BEAUTIFUL AXD AFFECTING INCIDENT. The Paris correspondent of the St. Louis Republican in a late letter says: A young man recently made his escape jl'ro:n tlif galleys at I onlouse. He was Mrougantl vigorous and suoti made bis 5 wjiy aeroi the ciftmiry and escaped pur- suit. II.' arrived the next ni.jfnitig he-j tiir :i eoMage in an open field und stop j ji-d lo beg something io eat and cutical-; r meat while be repoeJ a li.tle. Hut lie J "otlilil the inni.ites ol" the e.iMage in the j jj.-i'ttlesl di-Jirc-s. Four lillit: children sal trembling in a corner ilii-ir in :her wasl weepiiisi and le.iring lier hair an.i the fa- ther walking the ltor in ngony. The .-tgallev.lave a-sked whiit h the matter. Ifiuid i'he lather replied lhal they were thai jimornhurfu be lurned out of doors because the could not pay their reti'. "You .see '.mi! driven io despair" saitl the father "my wife and little eliildren wiihout food or shelter. and 1 without lb" means to provide any for theiti" The convict...

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

J THE BILL OF EXCHANGE. The fulllowing incident is such" a one as will call forth the admiration of all. Mr. V. is an Englishman and a quakcr. He has realized a handsome foituue' in busi- ness and has retiicd spend vcatly h whole income in benevolent objects and his merit is nol lessoned by the quiet and unob- trusive manner in which he effects his pur- poses. Some year? since aj oimg gentleman came out from England to 'vv York for thr purpose of going into business and in'o t!it srnic line of business in which Mr. V. then was. The voting Englishman brought let- ters of introduction to Mi. II' who iiiimc- diatly gave ln:n all the assistance and coun- sel he needed to render Ins -iicccs in busi- ness sutc. After h& had been in Inline- some tunc the joniig gentleman who was a qua- kcr al-o bad occn-ion to i emit funds to the amount e.f $4 .(KID or $501) to England and seeing a bill of exchange for about the -aim rdvcitiscd be went to Mr. 71' and asked him if it were good lie told ...

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

TTTrT.11- "WJi SECOND HAND SLANDER. Tho convicted slai.dcrer of his neighbor's 6har;iclpr is shuncd nnd despised hy every honorable man in ihe community. But un- h;ipiilv there are pci-son.i ill i:lmnt every jiiaci- atid some of litem professois of reli- gion who iiidffljfi! themselves in the second Iriml-dejjnv' nf what they condemn and tli;&- iif. They would on no account innHcous- ly raise and circtsl. tc a Inlse report tending . . .- - ....... toiiijiiu- i in; rep ti..n .f any one. how -to on-rnri- ami m-spicauie; aim in.-v .....(. ;- sent :is a ealninnt the lcmotrst insinuation that they lute heen iniltj of .-lander in any rtfti-e of the term Thev ttoiild sea reel v he Iliou- iudi'-uant if t on tteie In chaiijc them tvitli -Kalin". " ! But thev k.llii-irr:iiopontoovcrviin-7c"J'V"Ti V V . - "'"e"1" woi uit t iirm I - .. l.ce of I luel .ln-iii-o. oi inability ol th..t iitli.-er to la.-i.ntWi- ipport and think I no m. to IaIk.alIf :mv u lhl. eo.u.niser.s) with ilicir dii-KS:: ...

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

raBHar lF3B f?TI Fjrtr3 Cbv-4eI j JMt3t OH&r? E?i-3 PSr3 u3m Bf: WMWr "J--" M-'l''"l'''"Za!n:nCEJI13lta!J"M!:-''''';T'H-' " -r.-" ' ' ' " LONG SH.iXI. OUR BA.VNGR URAVK THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CHARLES DE MORSE CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 20 1350. NO. -i7. VOL. 7 JiLJiijTt-J magg ? ".' 9 M A T IlIMO N Y . 1 love to Lies the pretty maids And often with them tarry ; Dut when they're ulJ their beauty fade- So hang me if 1 marry. Some girls are handsome some are not Soma proud and some are merry; And some are pood (Vis few I wot.) Hut Lsrg me if 1 marry. Some girl are as the lily wh.tc Willi lips red as cherry ; And cjm that beam with pleasure bright Yet hang me if i marry. Some girl.- arc full of coquetry. Hut bold as the Old Harry : Such girla w-ili necr do for me So hang me if I mam . Some girls for money marry fools. And high their heads they carry; TJicy make their husbands silly tools So hang me :f 1 marry. Smiic guls ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 July 1850

fijw s "gggS. l-Uf UJJ.C .W J7J!J THE STANDARD jtssrs" . .ml : .ux1 n.jj- j A DBMOCK.t'JIC H1TUBL1CAN JOURNAL AtlrocsiiifiS EQUAL- KlGII'fS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AKD OPPOSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOI-IES C Lr A' R K S VIUE: SATURDAY JULY gn lS.'.O. V.;U. IULM&K. 1 tUc nulliorirrJ uiirut for flir sVnnu.irr. alXfit Ytirli I'lila.:o!iIiia nuil Xftiaitoit. ciiiur Jc?rtJ'Z? A. J. Hamilton. This gentleman who is llic present Attorney Gcnercl of li.i- State ami a candidate fur re-election nddrctscd tlic citizens of tliis county on Sit unlay last. Some tlircc weeks since we expressed our preference for Mr. Evans for this office and we arc s'.dl fur Iiint plroagcr tlnn ever. So f-.r r.s lin t il there is eonc-rned wc have no oKed'am to urge tigiliist Mr. ir.tiinlto.i but we hue herd ol'lii'ii in other jd ices and uo have tuo very good reasons wc think why the people hero 1iiiuM not cive him their .support. Our fir-t obju-tion to "Mr. H imilton it that he is r. Wustrru nnii and one who can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 July 1850

J-ZJ T-i U W T "KT Mr & r p.- i?..t . Afcr A nontl woman never grows clJ. Years may pnS over her -p jgT of ticltcrs Remaining in the Posl of- licad but if benevolence and virtue dwell in Jj ficc al pjnoljlufla Texas for the Q.uar- hcr hcait she is cheerful as when the spring 'cr cnj;ng junc 30th 1650 which if hoi ta- of life first opened to her view. v ncn look upon a nood woman we never tmnh. 01 her age; she looks as charming as when the rose of voulh first bloomed on her check. - That rose tins hot failed vcl ; it will never fade. In her neighborhood she is the friend rnefacloi. Wliti d..es.t respect and ?ini1 lieno love the woman who lias p.icsuu iu-i "''jiIJ in acts of kindness anu mercy u.i ueeu ihe friend ol nun and uou unose wiune life has been a scene of Uiiit!iics3 and love and a devotion to truth? We li-pciit such a woman cannot grow old. She "ill alwavs he fresh and buoyant in spiiit. and active in Imnible deeds of mercy and benevolence. If lhc young lady deMie.s to i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 July 1850

1 5f- " I' r m it-' I! If- ru..'..svc f-lj'yg.J'-g-!J fajajggjsn THE -TOUGHEST GAME COWK- ON RECORD. WhiiJtravellinc recently in Virginia 1 J.rcaste acquainted with a rale Down caster; who had came all the way from" Vannont and win flourished under the distinguished fippcll.Mtiinni Colonel Phil. One of nature's juecrlumps of Clay is Phill. lie id Unde- niably orcat at any and every thins Cock fighting especially I once had a cock said lie. that could ji-it rip the rag- S" all nature. I fuu't him agin every thing in Virgiuny and he wlii-.ped Vm all. teu; u'terwuids I pin 0111 all n heel and whaled 'cm all over tifiiu Iraslwi je th.-in that 1 haden'l killed slorc So the boys jrot a kind o skceit and d n the bird would thev pit as"1 !' s" I jst iffrticd the s' ' n anmng the hen and kept hint for BY THE GOVERNOR. OF THE STATE OK TEXAS. A PROCLAMATION. HEREAS by aa Act of the Legislature ap proved February llih.18o0.il is provided iliat na election shall be hilil on ttie first Monday in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 July 1850

ORTHERN STAN CHARLE6 DE MORSE. LONG SHALL Ol'R HAXXEH BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OP THE TREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. wlb mi fjBmransscatMaxsawtMmrxaKeataaemsammimamammammHKt VOL. 7 Hi Vwh.Wgi's Sunday limes. JAMES BOWIE THE NAPOLEON OF DUELISTS. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATU11DA Y JULY 27 ISSO NO. 4. Four vears ago when Theodore Parker wilf weeping her mrewell to departing hope! There was one spectator also whose ap- pearance anil actions excited almost as much jctiiiosity as the players did themselves. lie was a lull spare tn.ui of abiuit tliiitv with g.L.giusaggx-Jim'i.ui gu H..LL.w.g.imj;mgM3hic "-' i i t ....l.i.... i.: i ii .. .i . it i i i .......I....- r lianu-ui.iu a-.uiu -.- t"" n.iii keen nine the eminent thco-nhilanlhroptc preacher ot ' - . Boston visited Europo. having a letter of in- Lb ". I -ll-r i .- i i n. ..i .... firm t (mi lips w troduction tor that purpose he called on '. j- ti-r - i i -t"i t- ii 7i ..;. .i;...I stiangest thei 1 nomas Catlir. I he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 July 1850

MtnSA'J LLL'Ji.K.'.Lj;. !LUf .LV tX MMLVriJ&lLLiliSTr? P''tegE5s? i. -"' SINUULHK OCCURRENCE. ' We learn from a very reliable source that not many weeks it may hai c hern years since a marlied t:ui!i residing in Chailcstown went home ratlier lineSrtectcdly one night and on cnteririK his accustomed ront: found all in darkness; lint from the quite bicalhtngs of th"jv.rt!!er I' Iii cares arid joys" knew tlia! -lie tvns there and began lo disrobe llitn-'Sl piop.ir-Jtoi-y to retiring. He had not pro- ceeded so iar 1:1 this operation when Iho wife ai-oke and called out as it alarmed "Wlm'-i there?"' "!tH ruilv me my dear." "What von hii-li.iiid; I did not vjicct i oli I'm -ii jihtd von lime eoine I'm in bitch dre-idfiil nam do inn to the iirotheca Reaching ills apotherarv shop lie n4i'" . iv lor a iillle laucianum -r pr.ragonc ghintlmoliier C.linlolte the Ciu.-en of l.eorge '-i a- a e.u.u..:.i.e mr i.iuei jiimicc ui lieu .. ..- . . .... :.!".".""""" """" "nl ' . o-. . si.iiiiiiiui nnu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 July 1850

m & 4? rs? Li fo REMISCENCEES OF THE IIE ULU- TION. In 1774 Patrick Henry nppcnre.l in the xcncrable bo.lv of the old roiitinpnt.il Con- .. .r ilo IThUimI Slntes. when it met for the first time. Henry broke the silence w.iten fnr n . v cawed the minds of all pre-em -.i i. .!..! r.enwi!litlicma2iutiidc..i llllll U 1IL I 1ULI.LUI.Ui -.-- - fc. a : ... r iim iiliii'pi to the uotiiiM UUU I.1..IU11U..II. VI .s ......j- - - displnvs of argument and eloquence. 'This' said he. 'i- not the tune for corcinn- lv ; the 'question before the Hoii-e is one ..1 on fill momrnt to this couiitiy It is n..t!mm les-sthnn fitcdoin (irs.iicn If we wi-h lo be free nv - ''. I tep-iit it mi tre mdstt C-Jil' An appeal to arm- and to the (io.l nfllo-K is nil that is It-fi lis li is in lain sn to extenuate the matter. Gen- tlemen may en pe.ue' pcice' but then no peace. The war is nctiriliy begun The next t;:.lethat sweeps 1-oiu the Notth will bring to our ears the clash of u-sounding onus: our hiethrin lie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 July 1850

mHuunif j rfj.in jjjjjavL!. The Miseries or 11.it ing a New Coat. No lover of independence ventured volun- turj on a new runt. This i an axiom not to lie overturned unlike the snfify stoge-coaches. "1 he mun who piques himself on the newness cf iiueh an habiliment is till time hath 'moul- dired it into l-enmtt' its slate. Wheretci he goe. he 1- hiirr!i-sd by nn apprehension of il iinii-riinr It. Herirp ho loses his since of t independence .uid beco'iics a self! I low degrading! To tirrniiih to nne'ii siipcnut is tmd enough; lua to he the innrttr of a lew- lard:) of ch.'h; to he the helot of n light .it; to he h-i:kloil by the irnth fraction of a in.in; to he m.ide submissive to iho-nin the dust the ram and the miou ; to he p.iuic- Mrieken hv the chimney-sweep; tn lie sealed bv the dii-it tn.ni; to shudder at the .ntltent of the halter; to she precedence to (he scaien- per;to concede the wall to n peripatetic rcm- luuk up Willi uue al Hie or by hie no ernor. Tin: statu of texas. A PR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 August 1850

Vi&S (WJ iiii II jjjjj myi-.J -.ni-j-T.- '! ilj"" !q33nWgH 1 ' MTVBmA1ft''rirmnrlL-m-s'ew-'--tm!L-vr j" i ii'.Jl.lfl UUL3J1'J1V1H1 lHi .H .IIT IT" .f'. .II.. U-.tl gllutTJaj- rTF" " "-' T'-" i -"' - 'JLrJLXTl!--gIMr p"j1"11 " - LOXP SHALIi OUR HAN'XEK. 1IRAVE TIIH RREKZE THE STANDARD OF THE TRHE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. CHARLG DE MORSE. CLAUKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 3 IS50 NO. 49. VO L. 7 . I1 1 "..g w C E TTI.N" CM N T O T II E WHO G HOUSE 3T IK VMf DOA? Someei-Srrorc tiome twenty or ir.orc And love them roust dearlr." iach was the light air hummed by a young :-.: one evening in the month ot September .Ltweea the hours of sten and eight as he lurncd into a court Iwdinj out of W hu.hmg- :.t Mreet where was hibh-ardmg house. The character of the cir suited iyel. v ith ihe appearance el the joung blade tor :is he .Lined into the court the hght ot the lame .lunm.ated-hmnhe-astan.and.omewhnt hJcnier. buifincIjforRiid .his pale and hand- soir 3 features. large ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 August 1850

TifE STANDAliD A VUMWIiATiC UlIPL'KLirAN JOURNAL KiH'AL KllJIITS CRINCIPLES BCFOfiE MEN .CTO OiV032D TO ALL. ClTAnVSItED I.IOI.-OrOIJES. SL cR K S V !J L JE : SA'UIJUAY. Al'Cl.bT a is.-o. k. i-Ar.-ocst Lo uii.riar:.".! orn: for ( it-e 3;:-.nJ.-.i J :: ri'.-vr 1 or Phite Jriia. :.d j ClIlEir JS.ST1L".. fr Ue e are reoucsu-o m at.nounre Josrrn J. bi.it.LLi ii a candidate ler (J;i:if Justice v: Ited "'" Mi "r-Hi OI ' word J !.u!iil ue ate !i.wrL-uo.. ltj..d-cihcfu:urcU ll.cia.-t v. Ul be treated v; uh We are a..thr.7.d :o ir.ounce IIcli: V. Yot.voi ibo r:.-: lordlv conterr-i J. Alter the re.m..Mr-.ucc ak ac:rdt!ate kr Cl.sc: Jiuditc f IM Itncrcuua-! n scm on the Lolsl3lurc W1H a.lJour ald atH)Ilt ' av-en.r.rJaM::!rv . t!. ll l..l!..! ........ . ar.. zouhnrt ..n.nnn j..r V P ... rr 1-v. n n .!.'..... r..r 7. t '...; .. i.. eighth JaJ.ci..! UiMnct. - JtR'i SIIJT JL"I)tT. V!0S MOllKU.l.is . nndid.uc for the office -i Judge el the il.th Jn!ni.il District e arc ai::.u:'i 1 to a. noui.ee (I....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 August 1850

'.namjM.Trvum ;ii Ri P & -A V mm . 1 Holdi.no A Course loi. -.. -- .. lpni I Ml" ' How ork I ribune of the 11th insl. . ay s- ruBacmcJ forj and jest5cil t0 u lllgh and i :rcd lt nigl)t whal ty jad done during the Some xvecks since a young man .irrixtu. poss g c0SL.y tjie niid'sld.iy lo make others happy found a young this citv from Cnuada and took Uoaru nl i .. cr i.. .r . .i. ; .. 'i.; .1r.....l.i.. cl. M'l... 1.1.r ones :..lf.. a nousc m -" "'. "". v- ana pursue it steadily nexer looking back modestly ol deeds and dispositions loiinded '.- ... ". 11 ' " .7. u T "-'- poi A7J JIXTI.'ACTOF CA( IIATAGIA."; l ""ltu "- -" " '"" terxvuru's fell sick lie rallied again "' I .o".! tu'nicd furrow but fo.uird to .lie new on the golden Mile. ''I into otl.e vou c relasped nndgrexvxvoisc rapidly at the same lh(U r0Ina.s 0 ijC urokeii. would they should do unto you." Still thoso ami lied Itixer' x.hicii 'resignation will tike llkci ' rrUL' b aro Bratn-cd m being able ti extend the DK. 15 K i'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 August 1850

ill nil: i.t. OF THE STATE LI.NOl! OF TEXAS. A PROCLAMATION TT I'VE BEEN THLNKLM-..' I've been thinking wiuit n comfoitab.". oro c should live Tn is" even body wi'iiid uiir.it ;!.ur own tjiisiaw! Ifn-J neighuni-. tioni.t m.i ini.x'nii.i-iitlv n-k i:-e "whire 1 unit v.-tci dav. uhii caiud i i!..tl carriegi- -ff-ilKJiK V by an Act of the.Lc.s!iti.ro. np- anJ i.:.l do vuU tititl to bu-v yourself ll- VV proicJ Fu.ruiTV ! Ilk !ll. a w irovn!i..t bout r " that an licence shall be htl.l on :he first Monday- ll wm but r-toidav Mis-. Tattler called m August rci for ah At'.oriu-y Gcnenl. ("onip"- j ;S0 you have-bought this lioiiW." said -he V-lls-'' of "Wic Acruaaw ai.U SiateTiaw Prav' till me uh.it did oil ...v for ii? My !; fT'r' -'' 1' crn-.r . . "Hi .. !.-!! t i"1 cS:i.te l.x-s. do. ! vvutueol the autt.un-1 husband .aid j ..u nev r nld im v i hour it ' u . 0 . heu in n -f a!)J dwcI u. . hid not iin-n a deridt-d brrgr-iu Ind v.ii: l.cai (e .. d. lJie .Mpral pre. weis of tl.e respcc-.ne lin...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 August 1850

- ISjr Jfr CHARLES DE MORSE. I.O.N'fi SII.YI.I. OIK IJAN'.YI'R TtKAVU TIIK im.I-1'ZKTHI STAXIJAIin OP Till: I'RKE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. OL. toemssasx -r? -t.ijai'ji-iwCTu-J-""eJ'agg EDITORIAL CORRhS PU N U tN U t . Wivtikn Horn. Utn uo. (X. V..) Juno 2".i is"!'. Alter ihe manner of ihe natixes uf a certain '"gem .f the Sea " xxhich Mull lie iiniiiele-s. 1 have begun iiv letter xxrong end first reciting tirst that which x.is present upon the :iund. When 1 left home. 1 ..tended keeping op a sort nl a diary of ob-ena-I'jii. a plan xxhich ha- been interfered '.villi i.i a i j-urc from the hum t the mule ami tbe wai.i f acomeiiicnt pl.ice to xxriic until now. Hiu I axe had little ! detail end therefore there has ft n little lo.- t our reader. 1 'roiu I "kirk-x rile to VusIi'rcii'I. in Arkausa.-. there x.is little worthy of '.-erxalii.ti. tl.i the Ark-ii-a side of the nxer a- plentx of had wad. and uiiinxiting country. .'he crop- as 1 went through Arkansas were cxeiy here behind ours...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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