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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 February 1846

rut. ai i'.r t nri.ii .n ".ittiii i'"ii' v.m. iiHmnn winifliiiTi i u i mit ii i r i 1 ini'dn-rfTa t i in'em.n. Hexisvri.m.t,, .. nwT. . . ggwinwiiiDMiwiiiii ; " i iiffles I have sworn upon tho Altor of God, eternal hostility t every farm of Tyranny oyer the Mln'd of Mun." TUonwe Jefferson H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume IX. . JBLOOMSBDHG, COLUMBIA COLNTY, PA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1846. .Vmuhcr 43. if 10 in v OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, oi'i-osiTC St. .Paul's Chuiicii, Main-st TEP.MS ! The COL UM1UJ1 JJEMOCRATwillbc published evert Saturday morning, at TITO DOLLARS per annum pa) able half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars fijty Ucnts,ij not paid within the year. iVo subscription will be taken for a sllortcr period than nix months: nor ami discon- tinnanee pcrinitted,until all arrearages art meiiHargt.u. d D f'ER Tl SEMENS not exceeding square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccinsertions, and Tamity-five cents for every subse quent nser'tion. fCF"Ji ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 February 1846

5 lo ecor its depreciation; this fuin'shes a ttrong ground for protecting tha nolo holder but doe not lesson the force of the ra son of the general liabiliiy of the stockhold- en. It should be observed, tint if the rircuta- lion ut a bank lias a prelerreu claim upon the corporate funds, the stockholder are only individually Itablo for any deficiency in those fund, it will be the interest of the -drposiior, upon the fir.-1! doubt of bank ejl Tcncy. to convert his deposiies into bank notes. This will always be done by those who rosy be convenient to the bank, or are in favor with the officer, upon the first in imatlon of its failing condition, wh le ihose who aro more remote, or Itss imorined may be left to wltnesi the application of their deposhosto redeem the circulation by which the ultimate liabiliiy of the stock holders will bo dimin.shcd. 1 fence it will bo the direct interest of die stockholders in q failing bunk, whose liability is limited to note holders, to protect themselve...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 February 1846

T ,u lina of Mtiaelin Tdli'nph, ba V in t'n ci y of L111 cutor nnJ Hirris i in H'lcqusful opuralioiii A LONG JOURNEY. It ii shied thai Livingston ami Jivclled, by themselves anil their ,'iVro limn 25.000 miles in pursuit Abbers uf their express agenu. WelU agent", uf tho TAKING THE VEIL. At tho feast of the Epiphany, last week, iss Francis Browne, Miss Mary McCafty ins M. Feiinisiy, nml Miss Ann Caul lil, recievedjho While Veil ir. tho Chapel tin1 Convent of the Sisters of .1ercy, Ujillsburg, from the hands of the Bishop. NO''ICE. i hereby giron, that wi havo,purcha-uJ at C'oti itaulo sale, as tho pro city ot Joliti Uteil.cr the following property, to witt I two liorao wagon and coal bed, 1 sled , 2 bay horses anil harness, I culling box, 1 cradlo and scythe, t loads of corn foJdori 1 sheep: onu hul or seven actos nl ryo in tlin ground; '.wo Blunts, 1 vvlicol barrow, I grass soy the nml sneath,2 shovels, 1 stono coal stovo and pipo, 10 bushel ot potatoes; 100 lbs' of pork; 3 meat tu...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 February 1846

STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND Expenditures or COLUMBIA COUNTY, FOR THE YEAR 1845. The Auditors elected to adjust and ettie Hie public nccounts of the County of Columbia, have examin cd the same from the 7th day of January, 184S to the 7th day of January, 1810. both days inclusive, and re spectfully lay before the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas the following statement and report agreaably to tho 22d and 23d sections of an Act of the General Assembly, passed the 14,U day of April, A. D. 1831. DAVID. CLARKE, Treasurer of Columbia coun ty, in Account loilh said Gounty. DR- To balance l last settlement Amount received 'from Collectors for C03 03 the year lt4U ,lo :184I .do 1842 do '1843 do 144 do 1845 .5 00 80 25 844 00 2001 89 4040 71 801 00 -7936 91 Amount-received from other sources. of tax on unseated lands -51 08 redemption money on do 140 40 of Jacob Domott 1 24 " L.B. Rupert .743 38 Thomsoand Wm, Barber 175 00 Jacob Eyerly.vjury - fees 4 00 D.B. Gray 50 00 as premium on pay't...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 February 1846

b-. , aXSSS3 I have sworn upon tlio AHor of Ood, ctornal umtfftty to ovory form of Tyranny ovor tho Mltul of Jlaiu" Thomn Jeinirson H. WEBB, EDITOR AITO PROPRIETOR.. Volume BX. COLUMBIA CONTIT, PA. SATURDAY. PEURUAKY 21, tViimlicr 44. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, die paths of virtue and peace: yet she fear. (jjn'osiTU St. Pawl's Cnwncii, Main-st cil the farce of oarly neglect and subsequen TSJPwS ! irregularllas vvould bp even stronger than The COLUMBIA DEMOOIlJlTwillbehxww; nnd yet her heart would published even Saturday morning, at hope thai ho would emerge into a highei TWO DOU.dn.Sper annum payable ,,f0 antl be , fi, cori)panion 0r reflnei, nwi ycuriu jn aavunce, or j wo joiiurs -.,. ;.,,.(....;.. ..:n.:.. ,1 J It ,J 1 i' 'tun tvtlltlll t itu ijiui . Vo subscription will betaken for a sliortcr period than six months; nor any discon- luiuance pcrmulcd,unlU all arrearages are ilischargul. m irn iwriMi nirif trn 1 t jiuYj-jtti idKuijaics not excecmntx u square4 will be conspicuously ins...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 February 1846

,:g!!!ilw'tJ'!i'.l'gJJillf1''! 'Hg SENATOR BIGLEK-STATE DEBT Vo copy (ho subjoctod exc llont lot. (cr from Iho United Slates Oazolle.lt war addrtiscd (o a gontlcman in PhiUdcl phla. TrAnnisntina, Feb, 13, 1810. Dear Sir; Your favor of the 2d Insi caino (o hand by duff course of mail. I regret that the principles contained in 'the bill which I had the honor to pre sent (j Iho Senate, some day since ehoulJ be objectionable to a genlltsmtn ol your acKnowledged intelligence. 11 u I am not disappointed in finding the bill -objectioiaule. 1 have loot; sinco conic to the conclusion, that a system ol tax ation, for the gradual payment of tin .Siato debt, or for the punctual payment of the interest, that would bo freo from 'reasonable objection and acccptablo to all,' can never be devised, the man who undertakes this task will fail to ac complish it. I am well aware that ifce present taxes are onerous, and I regret as much as you the necessity for theii continuance, or that it-should be the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 February 1846

NO ''ICE. "H"" licicliy given, that ws have purchased nt ('on I stable sale, as tho Tirol cilv of John Stridor the I following property, to wit: 1 two horse wa.-ron anil coal hod. 1 sled. 2 bay horses and harness, 1 cutting box, 1 cradlo rum scythe, -1 loads of corn fodder! ! Hhccp: ono hal oI'hcvcii acres ofryo in the ground) '.wo shbats, 1 wheel barrow, 1 grass scythe and siiealh,2 shovels, I stono coal ilovo and pipe, 10 bushel of potatoes; 100 His1 ofporkj 3 mc.it tubs; 35 buhcfs of conn I3'J liuslich ol unit; ono writing desk, 1 chest; 1 .mantle clock. ... .. - .. . ...mm li-.ut. loll llin e.-imn in liu twice., iiinn ilnrillir nuil specllicitnini may no seen alter movant , ... ... ....... .., March it thosloruof Wm. McKulvv .! Co.. l,ur pleasure; and liereby forbid any person tak his (JO'AI.HD rnorOS,,S will bo received by tho subscriber until ft o'clock l. M. 17tli of iflurnli, next, for building it COURT IIOUB, in the. town of Hl.OOMSHUIKi.Cnlumbia county, llljomiburir. DANIF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 February 1846

STATEMENT OP THE IlECEIPTS AND OF COLUMBIA COUNTY; FOll THE YEAR 1845. mi., i ...it,... In DiTtnaL and letllo llic public .. f ihn nminiv of Co umhia, have examm ed tin same from the 7th day of January , 1815 to the 7th day of January, 18-10. both days inclusive, and re specially lay before the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas the following statement and report agreeably to the 2il and 23d teclioDS of an Act of the General Assembly, paised tho 14th day of April, A, 1). JBJ DAVIT) CLARKE, Treasurer of Columbia coun ty, in Account with sum uouniy mi- Tn hatnnea at last settlement 003 Amount received from Collectors for the year 1840. G do 1841 80 do 1842 844 ,!o 1843 200.1 00 25 00 80 do 1844 do 1845 4040 71 301 00 7038 91 Amount roceived from other sources. of tax on unseated lands 51 redemption money on do 140 of Jacob Demott 1 L. B. Rupert 743 Thomas and Wrb. Barber 175 Jacob Eyerly, jury fees 4 D. B. Grav 50 03 40 24 38 00 00 00 as promiumon pay'tof Stale lax 581 57 of lteeso a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 February 1846

3S5E I liavo sworn upon tho Alter of God, otomal hoattrUy to overy form of Tyranny over tho Mind of Man." Thomas Joflbraon Volume IX. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, orpujiru Sr. Paul's Churoh, Main-st fPjT.TS Tyrci The COLUMBIA DEMOCRATwillbe jmblinlictl every Saturday morning, at TIFO DOLLARS per annum payable half yearly in advance, or TiJlfollar Fifty Cents, if 'not paid within the near. No mbicriplion will be taken for a shorter iuu iimiaw- munims;nor any utscon linuancc pcnnitted,until all arrearage are dmcliargcd. ri ij y lit n 1 1 oiiiHiu l o not exceeding a square will be compicuoushi inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, una J aienty-jive cents tor every subse quent nser'tion. tCfJi liberal discoun wade to those, who advertise by thcyeur LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. 'S0MEH0DY IN MY BED.' BY II. J, JONES. Some famous writer, whoso name Ins slipped my memoiy, once asserted that he never opened a bonk nr newspaper bui what he learned something. A...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 February 1846

'Win bi,n all Mr. XTC. hail iaid lo me, Mr. Diitrell iad said 1 1 mu btfuro dial if any of for of ijioliirif was made hshoul l ' ko-p i to mysolf until u o could get it into a propei shape to expose it bin I felt unwilling to trust my lopoution in uny on J man's handa. Mr. L inula cnVmiaged nm'ti) gi mi o bt careful as to w'ut J ami and sea wlm would aoine of If Mr. Liporle than left my room in a manner that appeared to uir very singular at the tlrao. In four or hvt minute ho returned with Mr. Bnrrell. 'net both mt down bulged me to be. quiot not in bo excited. Mr Lip. me then staled. (what I did not know before) tint Mr M' Cook had on Saturday 1 think approached him iu a miliar manner to tnyeelf. List evening my brother in law hail conic down in the stage and was put in my roam bv inv landlord. lie staled that a gentlciuin had haen there ami had left note for mo. opened i, reed i, took Into Judge Leporls's room anil showed it to him. filers Mr. i read a note Inviting him-to bio, 22...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 February 1846

SI" i :ive lo Slalo tti at a proposal was matlo by 1f, Buchanan, with ihe atilhnrilv nf thi J icaident of the Uniloli States, to Mr. Pa Sllhain. atlll lllfi ntnnmil tn muln aunnml U 1 divisiur. nf lllH Irrritrtrir I ""b Whether or not that proposal ought tn .ive been accepted I cannot say. Mr. anciiiiaiu inuiigiv mat iiu terms proposed .!. .1 1.. .1. .1. . . I ete so little likely to be acceptable- thai 0 U III HOI fuel I inse 1 war ruil.il in ir,,,. iiltling llio proposal to tlio government al ome: ami on siimii vino- i in m Mr. Tin., m a .-0 . ..... Mubnu duati, the utter immediately etatcti that the Jproposal was withdra r n i hu is ho State of the negotiations at rtsenlsu far as I am informednaspecting the iroposal submitted by Mr. Buchanan. 1 f,vo llie highest opinion of .Mr. Pakenham ; hsvo ilia grealust respect far his talents, nd JV greatest confidence in his jiingniem, el 1 must say thai it would have been but t r hud he transmitted that proposal to lh fiuine government (or...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 February 1846

"THE GAR LAN 1 ss5raPs& H7M sweetest f lowers cnrich'd, From various garden eull'd xuitli care" The Violet ami tho Kose. ROSE. Sad flower I why bloonVst tliou here alone, I solitude so sweet to thee ? Like you I would not be unknown, Shut out fiom all good companj . VIOLET. That very power that bids me bloom, Endow'd mo with a humble mind : I eol contentment sweet at home, Which others rove abroad to And. tROSE. But lo.nk at ray gay glossy ilresj, And sco if yourj is halt so fiir And many n one 1 have heard confess, No flowers with myself compare. VIOLET. Tis true my dress is very plain, To vio wi'th vou I don't pretend, Jt ill becomes ua to ba vain Of robes bestow'd us by a friend. ROSE. ,Dut see what a fine form is mine, Beauty herself plays on my cheek, ;5ura taste and elegance combined, Have passed oach flower myself to deck VIOLET. Sior sill v flower . who made thy form, Who gave thy cheek that beauteous glow? i lie hand that shields me Horn tne storm, The hand that planted...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1846

I tinvo worn upon the Altor of God, otorual hostility to ovory forai of Tyranny over tho Mind of Mail." Thomas JoUernon Volume IX. JSL.OOMSBUJ&G, COLUMBIA COLKTY, PA. SATURDAY. MARCH 73 184G. VlllUlKT .10. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, oriMJiru St. Paul's Church, Main-st TEP.MS : The COf. UMBIJ1 DEHIOClMTwill be I1 ffimiliters t BALED PROPOSALS will bo rcccivod by JCpCIIEAPER THAN L2VPU.Dl IVcw Arrival of 3FB.ESKt GOODS AT T11U published every Saturday morning, ut Jg the subscribers until 'turn nnr r ,ih v .,.. ...rf..r.i.. r-' half yearly in advance, or Two Jjbllavt 5 o'clock I. M. 17th of March, Fifty- Cciis,if not paid within the year. tiCst,ht building a tVo subscription will be taken for a shorter .,', 1; ..ii ' i i: rii!Ts-nn zitirffTT.ini iui iin limit iim inuuiu-i; iiui him umvvw Jr J . .B JiX-J J OKI, Arcade 0 NOTlinn splendid assortment of GOODS , has just been ndded to tbo former stock at the Arcade; which wc cnu sell cheaper thnn A'ai tinuance pernutlcd,unlil all arrearage...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1846

T,oulil'nl sir said lha boy. A'o! why could'ut ynti'said Boswell. 'i?icaU58 mtrnmy tuok it lo bull the pudding in!' Tno doctor githered up his herculean frame, stood erect, loubing tho coiling with h t wig: ho started or eqilinled, indeed, looking any but the right wjy. At last, with mouth wide 'open, (none of tin.' sm illesl,)ind sloiiach heavi.ng.lu with some difiicully recovered hishrcih, and looking at BjsweH, wuh tho lung of a bte.itor cxclaimod Mr, i?jswelll sir, leave oil laugh Ins. and under nain of my denial dls SHORT ACCOMMODATION 0!d Maj ir Somebody, of Atkanaas, relate that while on a journey aoine time liner, lit camo to a small house one evening, and be. ing weary and tn need of refreahmenta, he inquired of a hoy, whom ho faiind at the lour, if he could procure anppcr, I reckon not,' replied the hoy, 'for we 'mini got nn moat, nor we haint no bread uir wo haint no talcrs,' 'Well, you can give mo a bed can't youj' I reckon nol.for we haint no bed clothes nor we haint r....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1846

FIRE. About one o'clock yesterday, Friday, morning, wo ware alarmed by tha apah inR cry of fire, which proved to p'roccet f-om William S'oam wion mako hop, on Market Street. The shop ann nil its contents, was entirely consumed Owing lo the perfect calmness of tin nluhl, and the exertions of the cil!z-n, Alt' Sloans house, which joinod tin m inn. was saveu with but lilllo usmazc Loss estimated at from 51000 to J51200. covered by insurance. . i AMUSING. A correspondent of the Montreal Herald writes Irom Washington that he has bean informed by a distinguiehed Senator ilut.in iiis opinion, in six weeks from the Dili of February If'ashinglon wVl be a heap of sntoking ruin The Oregon Correspondence has bcei printed in German at Bremen, and upoi ilio title pjo it is annnunced as She title ol die United Stairs ir the whole of Oregon tendered clear and unquestionable.' Elected to Congrtti James MrD -wol Esq. Ex Uovirnor of irgir.M. has, with out opposition, been elected lo Congress, ti suppl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 7 March 1846

THE GAlttiAND- With sivcclcst ftuwere enricli'd, From various gardens cull'd with cart" Ilclmrc Toui'vcl' ncTurc rolls. Air 'Good morrow to your night rap, Behave yontscl' belore folk, Behave yoursel' before folk, And dinna be, sac rude to me, And kiss mo sae befote folk. I warlna gie mc muckle pain, 'Gin we were seen and heard by nane, To lak' a kiss, or grant you ane, Bill gudesakc no before folk; Ilehftve youreel' before folk, Behave youiBel' before folk, What'een yon do, when out o' view, Behavo yoursal' before ifolk. Consider, , how folk will crack, And what a great affair they'll mak,' .O' naelhing but a simple smack, That's gi'en or ta'en before folk; Behave yoursel' before folk, Behave yoursel' before folk, Nor gio the tongue, 0' aula anil young. Occasion to come o'er folk. Ji s no through hatred o' a kiss That I sae plainly tell you this, "But, deed, tak' it eair amiss; Tu be sae teazed before folk; Behave youreel' before folk, Behave yoursel' before folk, When we're alano,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 March 1846

mm I have sworn upon tho Alter ef Ood, etoriial hostility to evory form of Tyranny over tho Mliiil of Man." Thomas Jeflenon Volume IX.. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, opi'osith Sr. Paul's Ciiuuch, Main-st 7Vic COZ UMIJIA DEMOCR.fl Twill lit published everu Salurdav mornine. at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable. naij ycariy in advance, or J wo Uollan I'll tu Ccnts.il'notvaid within the near iVo subscription will be taken for a sllorlcr period than aix months t nor ami discon tinuance ierinittcd,until all arrearage are discliarg.d. ADrERTISEMENS not exeeedins square will be conspicuously inserted at una uottarjor llie jirst three insertions and Twcntu-five cents Cor everu suhse intent nser'tion. ICT" A liberal' discoun made to those who advertise by the year LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From the Sunday Times. TALE OF THK REVOLUTION. The Attempt to blow up .the Eagle 01 Gun Ship off the battery in New York in Jnly, 1770. 'Howe in a fright, starts nprifht, Awnko by such a clat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 March 1846

"TIIUTH WVrUOCT FE All lBaaS!BSIBW3B(& 8 sjrvan.iv, ?i.incir m, i8i. JO We would be much obliged lo any ono of our subscribers who can furnish us with a enpy of the Columbia Denmciat, dated January lib, 1815. That number of out paper is wanted and is missing. William II. Foster, jr. This gentleman having been regularly pot in nomination for llio office of Canal Commissioner, by the Democratic Slate Convention, it becomes tho duly of every Doinocrat to support him zealously, and leave no convenient and honorable means untried to secure his election. The office of Canal Commissioner is ono of great re sponsibility, and the State is vitally inter ested in having it worthily tilled. air.l'os ler is, probably, more thoroughly acquaint .od llian any oilier man in the Slate, with our internal improvement system, by his long experience as an Engineer and a Core miesioner, and this is a powerful recom mondation in his favor. Besides this, he is tfnmvn In bo thorotffehlv honest. In the 'C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 March 1846

The Alexandria Gazelle slalcs that last eek Ilia steamboat S- S. Coloman wont ip rrom river on tlieAlcxanutia canai to ieorijetown makine tho nip in excellent ime, aud causing very 1 Ulo or no obrasion o the banks of the can.il. Common Case Mr. Rriant late one ol wic cimors oi wiu ijou.syiuu uuuuui(ou;o . i . t .1 . t ...t...tiL ...... . an.B I i . Yi .. .1 t..!tt. nnnni'lif C-ttni Ilia youh upi anil we're ho now relieved from . . . . ... Tt!- it, II wutliu DO son oi uepnvauuu. n case la not a tu.iijiiiur uuc. Tlio Counlcrfciteis arrested in this place n fnw weeks sinco and committed to iail in dav night, The next morning limy wcie ..... ..l I... C !,.', IT l"lrr mill nvoriaknn in I , NTn...r.rnjli ifKtiiialim. I.nznme couniv. nui- cliy eating uiimcr. iicy luiuiuxu ,,, ... - i.i.i nlacu Thutsdav evenitis; en route to their old quartcrc The contemplated wiil'drawal of the rates of duty in Unelanu nas creaicu gicm o ciiemenl in Canada and petitions were be- inir prepared io sor.d to P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 14 March 1846

TH'B GARLAND- " IV7M swttttst flowers enrich'd, From various gardens eull'd with care." Front Dicken's London Dally flews. U'alt a Utile longer.' Thero'a a good limo coming, bojrs, A goed lima coming: We mar not lira to see tha day, But etrth shsll glisten in lh my Of tha good time coining. Cannon balls may aid ths truth, But thought' a weapon stronger; We'll win our battle by he aid: Wait a little longer. There's a good time coming boyi, A good time coming; The pen shall supersede tht sword, And right; not might, shall'be to lord, In the good time coming, Worth, not birth, shall rule mankind, And bo acknowledged stronger! The proper impulse bis been given, Wait a little longr. Them's a good time coming, boys, A good time coming, War in all men's cyea shall be A monster of iniquity, la the good time coming. Nations shall not quarrel then, To prore which is the stronger. Nor slaughter men. .'or glory's sake; Wait a ltttlo longer. There's a good time coming, boys, 'A good time coming ...

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