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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 October 1850

THE STANDARD A D'TM.iCHATir REPUBLICAN JOURNAL A1 retinitis equal bights PRINCIPLES BEfOBE MEN ATsr. crr-oar-.n to all chaetsbed monopolies I- tZ. CJiARK TS lili-r iro rem. ' 6LARK8VILLE: SATURDAY. OCTORER 15). ISflO. vi . ij ui?y A i :i Into meeting ui i'-iu S..i::Ji ::.l:i j!t.; tJaieji i"v-rrr. ilu ..-.. 1.-.I in... ... I tun i . l ubu ::nij ... ii.itiT i v...l. ....r... . -.... said Vi.!!fc.1.... - .. ..:..... ' Jul-" wln"M " ll!: '.""""111" Irom the --"" "- uui.c.u me v arc urn attars j-j- . f llx incanhi-of ihocrm) cW.U.'S of Up!.ir . . 8aSltt llCPub!ca oro "obl-. Idiotic ! county at. which divers Various and mahiliild siS'iy I IO l1 f'o:"" i l:-v WH meut lvsl a rcs" j disunion resolutions were adopted; the following 'Pons've echo in the hea-t of every truu lov- rcsoiution was also adopted : '!cr of Ins country. We are proud So say that Mr. C. D. Hnliieit ofTorrcd Hie follnwiiiT the following ai tide cotitains tho sentiments rOCilttt tnn it l.tl. . . I I . .. "" """-" unanimou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 October 1850

-"VECP-TWnfSCitjff ZBitZJS&33ZSlCm3LZ! t 1 .? --... ...- Vkllft f 1 t ' W.ti tieatu some urno ayo :i aim i" a sccliite quiet. ea.srs-ltving; citizen who was much tormented by "the continual dis- cussions and wrairlintrs ol' the villages w - . . . . . i politicians that hq resolved to snudleliis (-rrTrTHF.REAS. an authenticate."! ropy of two PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR UK THE ST ATI OF T E X A S . Let c and moceed to soma remold quint 1 art of tho country ivhnc politics were r.cvcr talked no" newspaper rend. After a. long and weary ridrof many duys pass- ii jr irsJisy PctUe'mintsand cabins the se-t'att- old cent leinan reached the very out- :-kirts nf civilization and halted Ins horse 1 t'Tore a i tide cabin in the door of which j-nt an elderly man clad in deer skins." Gocd dav my friend "said this travel- ler: "The same to you" replied the owner of the cabin. "My friend." continued the traveller "have you any news'" "No sir." "Xo late papers.' - "No sir." "Can you tell me wji.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 October 1850

IIER.U VNENCY OV THE UN ION. When our national goi eminent vas form- ed how many scornful voice in the Old l o'ld confidently prapht'sli d its speedy downfall from thf alleged hhiiI of elemental udhcsiw-ne-! Yet hnrt ns our history i our "Wem has survir&d :nt-i of the Euro- pean guieriiinciiN. and ri- the signs of the times bironglv inilicatc ni.iy ut nn tery dis- tiiit due outlast litem nil; except pui- chance our sister rr-pnhhrs of Ihe Stu- which noiv set en hundred tears old lower like their Alps nboie the pro-irate or .ha- king thnini's .irouud them. How often as Mu nnrli rf fill itfl f'liTtu tititinr.nn.t .....J i.. T V ..... "...w. . ...... 1.1.1 I..11 It I hive the' disappointed leader rent their j '-' nd In-t.s tet- in the Hihle. cloth". nr.J with n-he- on their Lend- houl-' " el" well" viid the old miniver. dolefully orer the hnd I has. our rum wn- "Alin. uh.it enn 10:1 s.ny about it1 l. ! nigh our (imnicirp tvould !. d :roi cd !C knoiv how lou uiidur-taud il; can ion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 October 1850

' ... ' . : . CHARLES DC MORSE. LO.VC SHALL OUR BAMCEtt BRAVE THE BREEZE-TIIE STAXDARP OP THE FREE: VOL. S CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1350 EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. -TIIE'AXOKl. WATC11KK. A dauchtcr watched at midnight Her living mother's hcil ! ' For fio long nights she hail nut slept Anii many teats were shed. A virion li!;e an angel came " Which none 'out her ir.isht sec ; "Sleep beauteous chili1'' the angel said Aiiil 1 will watch fur lliuo !" Sweet slumber like a blessing fell Upon the daughter's f.ice : The anpel nniled and tourhed her not J5ut pcntly iiuik her place : And oh ! mi full lit hianan love Those pitying eyes did t-hinc ; The anstl guest half mortal seemed 1 he blumhercr Jialf divine. a Like rays of light. i!:c sleeper's locks. In warm loose curls v.-erf thrown Like lays of light the angel's hair Seemed like l!ie slceiirr's own A rose-like shadow on the cheek Dissolving into pearl A something in the angel's face Seemed shUr to the girl ! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 October 1850

N s- dt&Utscaus THESTANMRD A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL EQUAL 11 1 GETS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN ASa OPPOSED TO Ali tJHAETEKSD J.I0K0F0LT3S r. II. CI. VRX tMtlor pro fern. CJL A RKSVILLE : SATURDAY. OCTOKEIt 2d. 1S.V) V. B. PALMER. i 'n n:!or;rd aijoue fur'. the Standard tit Xs lor- rb5In.lt Ij-S!n kuiI Hodoa. v' -i THE PEOPLE'S TICKET. "ACCEPT53 BOUNDARY BSIilfi. ' ATTESTIOX A11A NEXT MONDAY isthedavof the election bv the Peonle upon the 1 Pearce Proposition. Wo hope ev- ery voter in Red River will 20 to the polls. Our friends of Union- Iovinr Red River mav not be a- wara of the eflbrts that will be made to defeat theBill insonteoftheNi:!- lification Counties. We all Know that more than t o-third ol pie of ihc State are in fav Bill; yM. tins very certainty . 1 i-i . ...!' rirmtT Ifirtrlx in lrt mtiAinri nia I -w"'e '"&'" V " " "...jww. r s defeat the measure and crush the future hopes of our State; for the simple reason that Knowing they are the strongest many will not at- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 October 1850

"C v UjJ.ir'ttZjL''JiyC which mill foievcr prevent vluvery from be- ing carried where slave labor rnnnnt be profitably employed. And our only reward is to be oppressed with a load of taxation nnd cither to be bowed down under n henvy State debt or be contaminated with the stain of repudiation; nnd to drag about with us "this body of death'" this Santa Fc coun- try. Here my doir sir I had intended to bring this con n.Lnirnlion to n close nlicrdy ilrnwn nut to too great n leng'h; hut I hnve been induLid to add u l(w obscrvtitiuiid mi t li- bill itfrlf. The fit reclion of ihi hill fisM a bnun- c'aiy all il r titiiiity of Texas rxtcitnr ! w liich llii- Uuittd States piopo'c to purchase. It has iii en elite ttd to the lu'l. that it i insulting to T .x.!s inasmuch as it does not acknowledge our right ' the ti iritnrv w!ii I' ihcUnitMl Mates ptopc-se tiipurcha' that n is oficrnl as "lin-li n:ouc" etc. N'mv the section of the lull dually acknowledges the right of 3V.a: "'1 hi' state of Tex....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 October 1850

TTr3Ermrrr: CAPT. V. Ii. FRENCH. ANDHUS 'SWINDLING OPEllATIOtfb IN TEXAS The history of this man French since ho fir.-t lamled in Texas with hi stages mul company .is full nl inteirst. His litst ope- ration wns to obtain fri.in the captain of the steamship Galveston services to the amnnnl of $150 in foiwnrding him with hid men. baggage etc. from Indiatiola to Lcvaco which the captain wn- under no in. inner of obligation to d and for which serice Fruncli never paid him one dollar. Ills second ittipnii.int fiiiaiiciiil opeintioii wii to purchase about $10UiK) woilh nl mule.-? for which he gave hi dralls on New Otlenns. In this ttaiisrciiun no questions w ere asked him. It .-..i- l.ikin tor granted that he had fund-: there to imci t hi- draft-:. ! About the 111113 French and his paity I(.:;rh. ' momen.. mm sam i oiaioesistwrniiy-iivi- cd San Antonio nriis was leeeiveil hrn-jetitsa o.i-.ieK . from New Orleans il..it FieacliV dia'is uoei " '' I-o'biefl a-ked ; '-Intt the news. worthless ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 November 1850

LONG SHALT. OCR JSA-VXEU BRAVE THE IHIEEZETHE ST.tXDAUn OF THE ntEE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. CHARLES DE MORSE. CLARKSVILLE RED IllVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBBER 2 IS50 NO. 10. I p " " " m VOL. S m M u LCKWy-gaB utrtfki T55J- Tor tho Honhoin &iauu " m LOVE. No passion jr.oves to deeper thought Tbc licatl the mind she pool of man. Nor gems nor crowns nor caith or ought Ueiidu can break tlie mystic band. No passim; binds with stronger chain The will the hopes the sternest care Than love the giant of the train Of those which fate would bid us share. Yes slight scorn wound it if yon will And f.ll the sonl with fiercest pain : The sacred Came which thon woiddst kill In silent wo will livo asain. "T will live and over living hunt Like yonders shininj: orb of li?ht Jy every move in every turn. Dispel she ms11c:i siiadcs of night. 'T will live nmnorl.il as the soul Though mantled in a cloud of gloom ; And hi"h o'er earth i:s empire hold To huil and bloom beyond the io:nb. 0.h;Ur H'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 November 1850

$ ?i ft- THE STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC KKPUIJLICAN JOURNAL -j AalrocnliiiS B'QUAL IIIG-IITS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AKD crPOSED TO Ali CHARTERED MOIIOFOLIES F. II. CI. tUh' rNrftor-pro trm. CLARK gVILLE : SATURDAY. NOVEtfKKll 2. lssn. V. B. PALM Ell. i tic oulhoriarrtt nriil for (be Statirtnnl ut Xc Vorli Philatfcljihin nntt Soiitou. fruiltt'n I.IHt. Fiauk Clark takes this occasion (being pcrhapo the last opportunity he will ever have of teeing his name m print to inform the readers oj the Suud-rd. that his editori d career ceases with to da ; by reason of the arrial at home of one cerl tin Charles De Morse the Editor and Proprietor of this paper. Ho returns his heartfelt thanks to the patriotic and public spirited individual- who for the l.-i me months have been rcidero of the StanJtrd for their kindness and forbearance touaid. him for hej is fully aware tint during that lime many error have appeared in the piper lie has no ecusc to oCTer however in allevutinn fur he cannot den them. He ...

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

Tun Ust kick. The Athens (On.) Southern Herald is one of the very low ...i.: MnK in t li.it Stair that took shies with the disunionists in its issue ot the 120th ult vc find the folloWinC: "Would that we possessed the power to fix the epithet of traitor as tin indelible stigma upon the public life of every cra- venhcarted Southern Senator and Repre- sentative who save his assent to the pas sage of the iniquitous California bill. J We do not. but we will am that rim ny conspicuously posting them in our col- umns. Let every southern press do so. Keep them before the public gaze. Political traitors they should receive the doom of such political death.'' In the same column it is announced that the publication of the Herald ceased with that number! What a commentary upon its course. A paper that had been published over seventeen years takes sides with Jhose who seek to destroy the Union and the whigs of Georgia good and true men refuse it that patronage which was neccessary to is existen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 November 1850

THE BAKU A IX. .YPJVt 1. il.- Imshaniir -aid Mrs! Conr'tl.iiul to her thrifty said careful .ipnuse As the latter paused in the open door to give Some directions to a couple of porters who had just set something on 1 he. pavement m tront ol the House Just w.nif :i mnraPKf. and 1 il tell VOV '; i Here. Ilcnrv! John! hring it in here :md the two "porters entered with n. beatt- t.i'nl sofa ne u!y new. "Why. that " : a heftii'y httsbtiiiil How kimlyou are !"' " It's prcotul-haiin you perceive : but it's liardly soiled no one would know tin- dilierrnce."'. ' Il"s jut as oo'it tit- new. What; did vouive for i!?"' ' ' "Thai's the !ft j:.tt of i'. It is a splendid bargain i: didn't mst a cr-nt less than a hundred duiiai.. -Tow want do vou think'I jrot it. It-:-.' n . "Sixty do!"-irs" - - -' .. or. ' : " - VUL: i0-i. i 'Fifiyi "Guess acrnin." ' Forty-live?' " ""o. Trv asr.ttn. ' Hut yiiitVU yhuJqii-n'ror'ir.dearT" " Why only twenty dollar; '. " ' Wcli. now. that is a bargain." (h " Ain't it. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 November 1850

V 'Ml I THE NORTHE . " -'. fc- - -t-! i t '. ji ' . ifiitMLJrTii Lg?wi3.vrTttMgwiJAflwiJaaagxcttJ A'iTTfL5 CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SnALI. OCR BANXEIt BRAVE THE EltEEZE-TIIE STAXPAKP orTIIK FREE. EDITOR w PROPRIETOR. irriT ft '"J1" i i ii ' " CLARKSVILLE RED HI V E R COtJ N" T Y TEJC AS S ATU RD A ? NOVEMBER 9 1S50 -- i i i ii l i1 '----- -?.l! .fcCj- -- J tLn - ii.ii itr .tJ NO. 11. zssErscr: aji-- nil. t-iiuKST ROSE AlK. Lucy Lang '? rathcr ' B; -on s-wmn-.w ckW Mississippi. 1 'In a wild prove green and fairy Gay uiture's gala hall. Mul hnpht buds bloomed my Mary Tho brightest buUif ail. 'Twas there J woo'd ami won her Twas there wc lived in love "While round her and upon her. Flew llie robin and the dovo m How many golden pleasures Danced by on silken wing. As 'inong onr old-wood treasures M penile wife would sing ; The "birds v.ould round her gather. In envy of her sung. In that glad summer wealhei A tuneful merry throng. To winter's storm a stranger Had been this grove so wild. Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 November 1850

TIMS STANDARD. A DEMCCRATICntEPUHLICAN JOURNAL Ailrocnllu; EQUALr lilGIITS PRINCIPLE'S BEFORE MEN AUD OPPOSED TO AL CHAHTEKED MONOPOLIES j C J A RK SVIILLE: SATURDAY. NOV-E-MHER n. isr0. V. B. IMLMRR ' nnthnrizril nspiit for IhrSlnnillnl HI Xnr Ybrll I'l.iln.h Iplii.i n Hostoll." Cfrrcxo!ilcnct' We Lisorf vpnii the outside '.m0 Infers which are old in dale but being of a descriptive character will Rave as much interna as if published stwner: thcueh ibis nny not he siyir-g much fur ihrrn. TJ.r 1-tJC I'3iiion sJniIoi anl i tnlr. The'rcriplc of the Utrtcd States are ion far ad- vanced in pointed know Ictee'to bs made loo's of for basa purposes. Tlicro 11 bat i siii.ll number of them who are ready lo tectnc anv nim's dic- tum for Ia.v utiles? clot Iip.I uatli reas'in.orso pliu- lble a sophistry as u appear reison. The hie tronbles have no.'n a m-nr siini test in l-on-crcss the fight n desperate and long contested but .irnonj the people it has been caMlj decided. At every trial a-i overw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 November 1850

' u f .;.! n.rresnonJenc3 of tho Picayune. YisinSGTos Octobcrl. ISoOr Mr. Webster leaves hore to-day for Mnrsh- fiehL hii farm in Massachusetts and by that means will escape from numerous bores who still crowd tho Federal City to snatcn on some appointment under ihe Government Quite a number of invalids wishing for n chance of ilimnir nnd not a few defunct pol- iticians desiiiug nn honorable exile are ready to serve s Minitrri Plcoipotciitnrirs. Chai"r or rven ? rcnriil. if mc rrr.olu- incnts were attached to the office. Q.uite a number vi gentienirn fii'in New Yoik arc here fanning the tiic winch is now kindled bv the opposing Sewaid and Fillmore paitic? in that State; each claiming a position from which to engage the common me my. Ihe personal feud hetween Fillmore and Seward will not be made up. either here or tn Ihe State of New York; but it may lead to a fu- sion of paities and in the end to a reorgani- zation of them on some naltonal platform. ttoth whips and Democrats m New Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 November 1850

I-;- J-t -ill llAAKLKM LAKE: ';" Wivcopvthe tollotv;:! account of the. progress made in the' drAining of Iltr.tr- iem Luke from this nmiiMng letters of Dr. .W.'O. Smith published in thc Med- ical Juunijil : -' Six milcVfrom ?imstcrd:ini is the inland hike of lI:iarrm.J2i miIt-5 long by 11 in width which .three hujjilrijd years ago was found to he perceptibly Fhontiiw;- its vr.ers fu-the oiv wcrea-unir nv and further. ami eoveriuc: up the hinil.thveaJeiiing the first commercial port of the re.ilm with destruction Iu jl..v:iicriu upon its hack. Various M&smra :tt that remote epoch were devised by able counsellors to stay the threate.ning ihingc.r. Three Dutch engineers of acknowledged ability pro- posed draining off the water first n.iing it bv wiml milb. llievare entitled it .IZ-vi 1 - ti- remembrance from haviiwr snjrtrevted the : :c. tlcV" ' V"J B " :cr0"- l " "0- verv plan adopted in IS l-Hbr averting an j '"J" " JS lf !aud a"! "! nd a mb" . ' . . o ot recranu ar cri-Mals of s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 November 1850

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. LONG SHALL OUR BAXXER. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OF THE FREE. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUIfTY TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1850 CHARLES DE MORSE. NO. 12. VOL.8 AUNKS MAY. I kissed her lip and left her side In spring's young balmy lime. When every blossom seems a bride And waters flow in rhyme. The birds were warbling in the bow'rt Tlie dew slept on the spray And nature sought in vain with flower Torial Agnes May. r . . When winter from its client wing Had shed the stainless snow . And crowned each forest tree a king. And sealed tho wild brook's flow. My footsteps sought her quiet holne ' " Hut sally turned away Alas that I should live to coma And find not Agnes May. She sleeps beneath the withered grass And knows not lam there T.t'clieat the tardy hours that pass And moan my sorrow's prayer. They say again the spring shall be. And make the mourners gay Alasi thai were no. spring tomu That brought not Agnes .May. rjcrFoinnr et J. k. Dir...

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

r THE STANDARD. A DEMOCRATJp lTmLICAN JOURNAL JLQJL A LB HI G itt s; PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN c-n - . . - AWD CPgSED TO AT.T. OHAKTEETD MONOPOLIES -! ftLARKSVILLE : SATURDAY.- NOVEMBER "10. 1850. V. B. IUI.MKR Ulhr antlaarlml n;rnt for the Smnilarili nr Scrr Torli Philadelphia and Boilon. IE? Thursday's mail from llic South failed and that from the West brought uolli'tug consequently wc can give no election returns this week. 01J Itrd Hirer. In this County the Obrn cron-is short bnra3 a never brings us any numer. It is comparatively of utile consequence. The Cotton crop though not a full one being cut short by the early frost is yet not a bad ore and is undoubtedly better than in most oP the counties of Eastern or Northern Tex- as. A friend who has travelled over Cass Rusk Cherokee Andersen Upshur and one or two oili- er counties uhich vyc do not recollect savs the crop in Rod River is hotter than in cither of those counties. The fii-t is u hen the drought enmes. jmr lands are fir b.-l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 November 1850

- Juora lliC.IUcluiiijntlUnguircr. t Another sign": t!t -J A . ." .- consti ucniiKwiumB... ..-. '"i Jlt-publican publishes an outline .f it. 'Wc niuke afcw'short extracts not for the par- pose of commenting on them but to the prnple "of Virginia the but to show tij. tllC people 01 virginiu uiu .uau" that arc boldly avowed-by lending men south i... t. ....- of us. For the Old Dominion the disunicn- ils srem is clirih-li any thing but good will. IVlr. Wootlwaitl said: Thencwly acquued tcnitorics are now under the ban of frce-suilism and the North by their aid nearly possesses a ma- jority sufficient to alter the constitution itself. NVc have nothing to hope for from Kentucky Virginia or Maryland. There progres- sive emancipation is taking gigantic strides and from those indications it is reasonable to expect that less than five years will bring about all that the .North is waiting for.' Again: He Mr. Woodward wnntcd Georgia and Mississippi to be in competition with us. Wo nm in the ad...

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

a.--. APPROACHING LIBERATION OF KOSSUTH. .It willuc recollected that the period dining which the Turkish Government agreed to de- tain Kossuth nnd his companions in order to pacify the Austrian and Russian" Governments was one year. The term expires during the present month nnd the Vienna Cabinet are now ende'avorinir to procure its extension by setting up the quibble that the time was to be computed from ibe date ofhis transport lation to Asia. Tile Turkish Government resist this demnnd nnd have appealed to the representatives of Franse and England for thcfaopjujcn with respect to it. Meanwhile it-Is -said measures have already been tuken to procure n passage for the refugees on board & Government vesse 1 either to England or America as they may desire. Texis Scum Liixds. As a sugar grow- ing country Texas i- urn-quailed by any por- tion of .Louisiana. In Lnuisana they hate rich nlluvial soils and the might v Mississippi hearing upon its bosom the commerce of half the Union lav...

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

s r - '" '' Bi HilHi ""Sal -- gy t " .uj . . .' - ' " ""'n i'i iiii.m ..- .. - !. .... . fc mm .. 1 .CHARLES DE MORSE F-OXG SHALT ODR B.VX.VER BRAVB TIIK BjJEKSETIin STAXD.VUD OPTIIE FRItE. EDITOR & PROPRIEXp.3 VOL-.B' 'TH'R LOVE ITS' LIST. "ii- by kbs. osnoon. Cuins.sit opulus bank so.:-hady - .-.Sef t Evelyn wt int: ! 'And count me jour loves fair lady- ... How-many niay they boV ' Ttic maiden smiled on her lover 'And traced with her dimpled hand Of names a dozen anil ov er Down in'th'o.shin'mg sand. . . " And now" Mid Evelyn rising. Sir Kuiglii ! your own if yon ploaso ? ' And if there be no disguising. The Hit will outnmnbcrlhese.'' ' ' - " Then cour.t me truly rover !" And the iiotde kr.ighl obey'd ; And of names a dozen and oxer " Ho tweed within the shade. Fair Evelyn pouted proudly ; She sig'h'd ' will he never have done !" And at last shj murmur'd loudly "I thought he would wiila but one ! ' " Xo'w road" said the gay junta rising ; "The scroll it is fair and frea ; In t...

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