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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

Y'<prto3.;:'r- ¦ y HBimT.CDQABHmusfu,- -?^--'-nMTd__N^^AT-ikwr^==~"' WILL practice Inthe several Courts of Cumhfrlanil and the adjoining counties, nnd attend to all professional business entrusted to his care with promptness and fidelity. Office in South Hanoydr street, In Graham's new building, oppositolhe Post Offlbe. Carlisle, August 26,18*6.—1 y, 8. ©ISlNlLAIP-APAflilj)-' Attorney at Law, OFFICE in South Hanorer street,a few doors'below J. H. Graham,Esq. July 16,1845. ID® Ho. ©B"a®^S_IIISa . ^Jb^5^hE,t3^' ¦ WILL perform all operations upon the Teeth'thal are required for their preservation ,silcha» Scaling, Filing, Plugging, &c, or will restore the* loss ofthcrttyKy-inserttng^Arifieiat 'feeth, t'roirt a single Tooth, to a full sett. (TjHJRioe on Pitt street, a few doors Sotfth of the ltatlroail Hotel. N. B. O:*. Locmis will be absent from Carlisle the lasttend *ys,.in each .month. June II,tSi6. ]®©($tp@ie ^.iDo.JJjniFlPlEa Homeopathic Physician! OFFICE i .Ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

yy Y%;:f l^tt^()fa>- 7 '¦'""OIBlIBifcfl?: .W___5P©3_fi__|| '6'';:' *iie dh.ajfast Q6Id& SUver Watches ,„ In Phlladelpiaal Gold .Levers, full jo welled,, , : ..f4500 Silver Levers, full jewelled,',' ' S3700 1 Gold Iieplndsj Jewelled,;• "' 30 00 SilvBr;Lopihe_l, jewelled,'',Y .! Y, jSiOO ' _."'¦ Quarter. VVatches, fine quality, 10 00 Bold.-.Watehe's,plain, "., . _.J5 00 Silver Spectacles,. ' ' 1 75 Gold pencils, 2 00 Gold Bracelets, ^ Y 4" 00 Alsb.oii' li"-intl,'a*la*rgo assortmentof'Goltf'aifd {fair Bracelets,' finger rings, brqaat pins, loop ear rings,gol^T!en8,;mlverspoolls,;fuBSrl6rigI,. thimbles, gold neck curb and fob chains, guard keys, and jewbllery of every description al equally low prices/ AH I vvoht is'a call to con: vince^ customers." All kinds of. Watches and Clocks repalKd and Warranted to keep good time forone-'yOar. Old gold anil silver bought for-cash-or token in-exchunge. -For^sulnYiB day and_3)).bonrBrass Clocks; afy^--~«7~^--"~--. Y ./..Lfiviris.'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

CARLISLE FEMALIi SFMINARY; "• . UNDER.THE DIRHJC5JIO"_Sf^>F.(';i __ls.es P_te_e and Charlotte Paine ' "¦/¦¦¦¦ EXPENSES.;; Y'is'nrf'.'A.Y,;] BOARD, with fuel, lights and washing, will be' furnishec-Hp young ladies at 92 25,durng tho summer montljs, and.$2 50-during the winter months. ,. • . »-! •.,' t,7' -i TDITION.—Common English ^'Bliid-" ies, as Geography, History, IGraihmar, ' Arithmetic, .Heading and Writing, per qr.'. '• -, ¦ . Y '.,'.. *.s.°0 Astronomy, vAlgebra.Gep'mB't'rVj Nat'. Y-' ural Philosophy and English Composition, .', _,. '¦ ,., 7 ':.,-..•-.',"' ' . - ''•50 "' Higher hranchesi'.-s Botany, Chemis- - try, Rhfttorjc; Mental-aiid^M.ral=PhlloV-—^!' ophy, the Languages,:Drawing, •Paint-' ing, &.c,will-involve an extra charge of , 2,50 ' lissohs In Instrumental Mnsic, by Prof. Ei I,'. Walker; for an e-ttraohdrgo" of , :¦ ..j-,..: ¦¦•¦;¦ .'.= l9.00' The Tuition will be. required quarterly and - Ihe^ribe'df^BoardTnonthly :iir aidvincof and hB deduction'made ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

^v^vwv<rvMC_*_V-wvvw_v'-^_wyy^*'^ ^^^^^^O"??**!^ '?_*?^ ..._,,. . ..-.,::r-wtBASJrr..y,. ......r^tv.'M BeaiitifiiM :No,aKeisnbtthat;!al'tn6ugh v'_l' Y : There's something more than ibeauty, an expanse orintellectual grandeur on herJirow.; -.. . Yr'- ¦; --And her flill-ovareysalVes utterance -.'- '-v^. *¦-.-Tofesllngsdeep,' fbrwhtch.the tongue.-of.tna,nis.. . ' 'Hath never yet 'found fittlng'words s her.mdaUi;^- Whleh scorn can'curl with hitteri-sss, also.ean;..-.;... .. .'. Smile wllh'suth sweetness as the sun-fed soUtli,; ' Kindles on young love-roses';, round ;he>'n.ck<..-J ^ Yi Her long and thickly clustering' ringlets rdve,v - Like tendrils which some faultless statue deck.: Her form ia faultless," Such Is she 1 love, ''j' Lovely, although' hot- bean'tlni.;-is she; - - -..! -it- ;r.. Ay, loveliest to mine eyes'—for.she loves me. .J:i:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

y A ThrllirngY8ke.cft?jYir '".,-' ,7" .PAU_C.aOS.B9.'. . ''•¦-;''¦¦'•>¦' """O^Ali wo ^ haveTnade-themsBlvetWrfto least'conve'rsantwitii yVm^rican, NaySl;HitiT fory, imist.be.lamiliar with the rotaanti^aring of the entraftfdinary darin^of PA.fc JfiSto We:malce the ttiinbxed extratSlgj' UlUsJrative .oLhisJbarleBS,_ddte2deyU_cfeat^t«,Jrbm;S thrilling .sketch of his-llfe^by Rev»rJ.fTr Headly,in the Ameiioatl WhigRHvlHWiYln June, 177?, Jones-' was 'g'lven *d eflMJ mand of the Hanger, a national vessel, and immediately sailed, for Franfce, where Ke arrived safely afler running the gauntlet'61'the British cruisers then' lilterally swarming the bcS&n, foritho fjrat time displayed the "staw imd stripes" to the European world, anil 'obtained a national salute 116m a French fleet, the first ever given to our colors. He^thpn sailed for the English coast. ''¦''''.-Steering for thS 1618 df Man, he plarindil an expedition which illustrates the boldness and daring tBHt characte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

Spake Johnson. . Fronfthc New Orleans Plcayuns... Whether the subject ortnis story acquired the appellation of "Snakd" by the good offices of the cleigyman wh.tf officiated at his baptism, or whetner it was giv^n to hini -by JUiaaid-ilirJnglfri__r(ds_^whether-it was' given him for any,personal qualities ho possessed, or because (ie was "deathdn snakes"—it is. impossible now.lo ascertain,,as it is a iriattor of little moment.A Snake- Johnson is a man of considerable, notoriety at Fort Lavacca,.T«.xas,. -^here.he keeps a stOrq wjth ai small assort'-ijontof .dry gpojls qiitl grticeries., principally 'Consisting of -wii'skey; atld'td: use his own words,'makes'a decent aiut re-' spectable living. Snake, is a man ol small preteittiptjSj. .and. honestly avows that,"he wasn';t brought up no ways superior to most folks, and ain't, no account at algebray, -but knows as'wftllasimoatfolks-.that when'he giyes.teu slpllar«ifora,barrilpfi\vh.iskey. aiiii; ,reiaiis:itob^'f|^.>^h{yy'n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

pubIisheb every -wedne^pay FFICE in the ^hWesfiahgie.oftlvejt ubB] ' Sqmrs, bm.oftheCmrtr.Bme:. .-TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. niDbllaf and r^pf^M^^*^"' " "" woDollara,lfPfHdwithln)hfyeaK- .. . ... ne nollar'-br Bir,montns.;.,-. •.'> ..-^'^v: ,.¦[,,., toJSw*wnltkttiguly^^Wit-,'''''1 '. - BATES OF"*DVEBTISING. Advorti' s-tri^^jnt-,vn__WintfflReo'nIlnqsorles's,will he urn.li -t_* Wi of;Frrt^cciit»;. , ror;nhB.Jnscrtion,-^/ItlrncS fo. Ori. BgUak and twentyiflvc cents for >ity .ff.4«^i-eVr6n'Y-.^ s charged*!'lhe'followln& raws.' , .• - . heCoianin, with the ilai_lrf-or_neyear, - «3S Wfa col'iuS|n;->-'•¦¦'-(>.-'"¦»'¦•'• ¦ •.¦'• *«t.,- Sin woaquaresiWlthquarter^cltanges, . _l"» ualnosaCardi^wUhthJiliayer; A '_.,.;,.. ". JOB PRINT.Nd. OF EVERY 0ESO.RIPTJON, ^f^i-ana»1li-., l_SBkiTClrc»|ar« and ev«yottier th_r deacrlpUon^f ™M«*;£™«"«$g£Te'! 'mS kjedUlouafcahl-atlfee X.O.WEST VMOBS..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

. /^^eiMiidop^' totifi;|ST^^-..;^^ , Thj_^__&__^^rii^^ loliMd i in, ouVlait^.edk?B'-paper,.^cpgufe^ ;. Ted _-a^8t|_tj_3p^^ , \ Y'Jfh^fiurricatib 7coiiii_iti§3^t^.f hii^rBixM^ut| ;!'t''in'.^ccessioii--*a^,:w^yfwere hours ojpjfrrjffi -,_"' Y*Me'.§uspensb;(o''fiipse exposedio-iv^nVm^ .'. '¦ Yainvd^be. tft^lflg-^loments p|''t.ie7.'epba,n>i;, 'There, \yere 126 .passengers en board, among Y77__y_S.9_n'"werg"the Rcv ^ j^jicecher.'intf'iadVi' . '/Rov.'Mr.'Baliili and Itev. John MnrehofNew _• York/Rik, Df^KhmUciterYdT l'a, Dr. Mus- ¦ Rey?df.'f0i_:K-mati,.|andHiR'pv:.:.t.Al.c. J3ackus,jof Bal{. m"ofii Pf.^SrpythjOf'Charleston* and Dr7 Sd^tbfWeyv|di'iea1)s ' .i During the violence 5iii_K'g;! _m^.^ '¦arid-affecting.ttce.ibg:fi»"prayer-was ljeld in; ih'bY' silpot^":!\vftchM \*as "'addressed.' by .Dr. ^ e^lid^ja^'Eey. $TYBaleh,' after whicirtiib. ^hipji*wbit!ii, hmLalie'ady.losVher^ windwaid . SaMibYfepx.aritktWo boats.isun.ered.no fur' ' '^VY P.- -'*?,. .........-i ' ¦ ..f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

_L__j_l__J_l_^__21_^____h___iJz_^__C_ ^^ lim^^^^mm •Tho Wfalg iianae Tridinpliant, 'r; _Y;^d^Wi-igs.haye:ffdpe^bg^ ;id:.B|Jti-inorrfCiiy^h^£avdY^M|e^ victqry. Last^^^/lfejLdBoio^d ni^jiirit^ ;qv-er:th.e-Whig^i-#^:S^6 JjhS Whigs ha/e ^eo®.,*:Senijdr. •%; ' jsixyVarsjaud two ofj't^l^n^fcereidrYfti'^ House ol .-Delegates I ,"Thia is doing pretty: well. ¦ ' ¦ "'' U- -"- •:. '' -The-follOwirig is tho-Graod ResulU' ~ - Kr*?">^t^<i^.i^z^™ ±±^.:zz efi . ..The Senate consists of. 21.: members, dfte. thl^ of - whom^are elected every sedohd ypdr. Therp were 6 Senators elected this ybdr^-everi for terms th_t had expired,.a,nd two-for'vacancies f L'YiY' Y^" ' ' y -tVhigs!.- Locos< --^HcldoVeh ~-- ¦-- 9 3 : WdshirigtOH; ' ' i 0 ¦ Allbaahy':' . • .'".IO -l -'-.' Frederick,. . . 1 • ¦ 0 Baltimore city, ' . j ^j Baltimoredobrtty '-•"¦-" ' '6 1 "-'• "Cecil, ' . . .; •,. o , r , ¦ Qlieen Ahne'sj :, 1 6 ".: Carelinej . 0 1 Wn'rcdster' '¦/' o 1 • ¦ '"'"" * ' " ¦ '¦"'" ia ' ~...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

. ijJjjj^gjj^jg^jK^^j^ l i pWPil ¦ ^y^p^ffp."-. y.:y, - .¦.;¦ —•. B^^M^#y^l^'J . ¦^WED^siJAYiYOcyfOBER 14,' 1846:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

' --.-Giorloiis Kcwsf* Capture ofMantorij niter three days fighting!—Colonel Wuhon, of liullimore, killed h-About S00 Amei-kans killed and wmmded. We learn from tho New Orleans papers, that en the 19th. ult. Gen, Taylnr arrived be-.fore.Monterey with,a force of about 6000 'ttien, und.teeimqilerfid tlieeily of about 1500 01*1860 ytfrds from'the'cathcdral lprt,:during whicli lie was fiVeil upon7from'its battery.r—His force was^encamped i at.- ,the VVulnut Springs, three miles fro-n the city, The' 19lh •was occupied in Vn-king I'ecpiinnisances ol" the city batteries and cpmmai-ttiug- liejgiils^ , ,¦Qii..lhe.SOth Geh. VVprth was prdered with' .his division- tn-lnkp position on the west of the. (own. Circumiitarices caused his halt on the night of the,20lli, short^of the intended . position. On lhb 2.1st he continue_d'jyi-liiti rOnte, encountering, a'ndriepulsing a ;large body pflho enemy, and lakiiiglwefprtSBitu--pated oil dpnimanding eminencps, Ujlrriing - their gui' is '.with gV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

"' The terms of Capitulalion. The terms granted by Gen. Taylor to Ampudia and the garrison at'Montatey seem lo many too lenient. On Ihis subject-there wil] doubtless be great differences of opinion.— Gen. T. doubtless acted under the instructions ol the Government as last communicated to him, having in view probably the possibility of an adj-islmcnt.' We 'think, however, had later despatches been received, he would have acted differently.' A correspondent of the Picayune says. , Many persons,IpHrtrcofarly the Texan volunteer., Who fpnght so bravely, are displeul. ed at iheiff terms. The lo*a;!#ip all but in pur -minis, anil Ihey bblieiS-tepould'¦ iWvo : been taken hi three hours, fbeiievjs thtit it would halve required rbuch more"hard'fighting fo have" taken it, but"'this' was net; the question with Gen Taylor, He and' all' his officers, knew perfectly vwelf, of course, thai' the town could spph bo taken, but he wanted no prisoners to take tip his time ntid.eat his substance...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

rii,.».*-t4*l.>v-: .-iKS'&.-.va!Bi.., .V' .S*. .¦_:"_ -:>S*«. ^^ifpppssm^w: ; tb the cijptiifo of Santa Fe) arid the PfocIUY rtiatibftdf Col. Kearney, says..—¦ ¦ •Great Bri_ inin-nnilr'Pifinee, make^eonquests___in._liKlia_ anil Algiers, nnd forthwith they place .tjtofe hapitanls in the condition of a conquered' 'pddple/'Tn-ikfri'g them: deperidantsaritl-iribn^ taries, appointing rulers to command 'them, .a"nd,e,-acling-lfrom.Ihem con tribtltions Of rev-; e^ue. ".' V^d^i oVatf ^'iir'^d'mjue^peBpTi^f, ohpo tip the stibe station which \yo*dc'6upy' burselves-7-we '^-nake .them- part and .pjlrctil oft ourselves—and require; nothing of thdrn buttbat thoy sit tlowit quietly and enjoy the various.good things attenVlant upon bltr presence* Ours maylurn out tho belter sys.ein -f-we say iiothitig against- it^—but certainly it is very queer/''y':-" . __ (K?-^ AJellbr-stntes that « Col. Clarke, the .cOm'rnalider-.'of"'Kra(a.rndra"s; Was'receritly sliet at Avhile" si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

SAPlXULAtlON OFMONTEREY AFTERI. ¦7 THftEE ;liAYS FIGHTING. . ;• 7" the terms orcapitulation were in efTeet as follow-jT-Thal the officers should' be allowed. lo marcli obt with their.side-arms That the Cavalry and frj.faritry should be allowed to marcli out with their'arms and accoutrements. That the Artillery should be alloWr ed to march dut-with-one-battery of six pieces, tint, twenty one ronnds of amuriitibn.— Thi.it nil o.lher munitibnsof Wara'nd supplies' to ^ be turned over to alioard of Amerioari of ficers appointedto receivejhem. Tlial the Mexican army should be allowed seven days to vncate the city, That the American troops should not occupy it until vacated. That the Cathedral Fort or Citadel should be evacuated at ten o'clock, A. M., next day, 25th, (lie Mexicans then marching out, and the American garrison marcmngin—the Mexicans to bo allowed lo salute their flag when"haulod down* That there should be an armistice of eight weeks, during which -time neither -arihy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

A Peculiarly Rieh CorrCspoUdeuce. ^»..w.... pjQ,^',!,,; j^^. p'rleftns Delta".' '" ' Y'We publisl) thqvlP,lJo,\ving as an illustration of the phijospph/. df iklef writing, Maj. McCalla; il wili'be sden, is-positive, pointed and 'sententious,'- Capt. Tobin is candid, discu^siVs'apd didactje. , The whole, i-.'np1 tfencbiiig en the sublime,' belengs at least ip the '. beautifuL" . . - T-lEAStm'? DCPAIlTMENt. ) - . 2d Aitchfof'!. Ofllcd July 31,1846J j ¦ . Sir: You are charged on the-books-of this office with SlSi^ilje vftlae of the. clothing ' and blarik.ts liirnishe'tPfor, iliedse of your (Jompany, aiid'for.-whichiyou will be held •accoftptiiiile. In order to.reljeve yourself lro.t}».this accountability,,youWill enter on ydijr flr_t;Mn_ter Roll all arllblbs of clothing aridfTilafi^Sfsisstfed td thevmen "under your cemmandjYand iPqilpst thev Paymasttfr to deduct the several amount from their, filsl,payment. ;_ .' j- . .,',... ' ' Yoii .are also held responsible lor the camp a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

Further. Retarfts! We learn "from Franklin that the Whig majority there' will certainly reach 800 !—From Perry tlrat the loeolec'6 majority cannot be over 300 Pr 3fi0! Jffdgp' Hepburn is therefore'•deffiSted—he need not tesign tiow". In Dauphin cnunty it is said the locofocOs ticket has Succeeded, and it is Yeared Dh Eokert_ia_bealea,for_-_--Di]gros-_._ In. Philadelphia and Lancaster!he„.vhigs have succeeded as usual. Lauct^ler city gave 138 majority for James M. Power. .' • _^^ri^^^_^,_' -' Y'""' ¦..' to O^r We should like have had belter weather yesterday,(o" have increased our majority a couple of hundred more'. •Q&- Our friends in Monroe did gloriously yesterday. Notwilhstanding.tho storm they iucteased tlieirs miijbrily over last year twori* ty votes. ' '-,., flt/-VVe learuiJd frenr Pe^ry just as .we were jfpitig te.press that 'iqUge Hepburn's majorjty in just about 2&&tr[ Ph,"my 1 ".,.'." \ , GBnMAN::R^okMEp'.Sir»bb.—This;! body rn^e1s-In.qu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

. <.,.,, , . , , ¦ ' : CtMHUlOUS WHIG TH-HJM_PII! -•:: .-,- .-ff:'.j:: --.'.'-j., .i7 . ¦ .- ~ . Cnmborland County glorltinsly Re-—daemedl I—the British "Tariff bill condemned by the People t - The election came off yesterday in a storm —a terrible stoWij'which beat' Sarri'STicW famous "juicy day" all; hollow. Confident as we Were that old Mother Cumberland wa8 determined to free herself from the galling^ shackles "of locofoism? we feared the severity df thestorrii niightprOVe disastrousto'dur expectdtions. But although the Whig vote, was shi-tll on account' orthd: bqd '.weather IHE; VICTORY IS. OUR- 1." Cumberland; cduhtyis REDEEMED,.apd if pbr friends .remijin true te~their cause'she niustYever remain sp! ....... %.w-j.;. -. ''The result is glpriPus-^-we have not' only carried qur.whole. Ceunty Ticket, biit.the.re-, turns frcm Perry and Franklin warrant the confident belief that: the Whig' candidate,' 'Jasper Ev Brady, Esq: has carried the Cen-;' gressienal district...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

Iltizza for IWalne! The news f;om Maine is of the moBt cheer.-ing cfhnia'cter. A letter from one of tho recently voting towns says:—"Depend upon it, we shall elect a Why* Hpuse pf Representatives, that will give us Brenson (Whig) for Governor, Eyans, (WhigJ far Uniterd States Senator, and a Whig State Senate.",

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

1 Georgia Election. On the Gth inst. the election for Members of Congrqss took place in Georgia. Three Distrirls have been heard from, all of which have elected Whigs. O" They have a novel currency in Oregon'.-O' noof their laws enacts, that in addition ip gold and silver, treasury drafts, approved orders on splveiit merohants, and gopd imerchantHe -wheM set" the market prides; delivei - ed at such places ,0s it^is cuslumary fpr merchants td receive Wheal, shall be. lawfultenders foiLthelpayrnent of taxes,, and judgment rendered in the eb'tltt of Oregon territory ;• and for the' payment of all' debts. A CneDi_)t_E"WiT-._-ss.^-Two claimants fov one dog lately appeared before' a justice of (lie.peace, in a tewn.near Boston. Several' witnesses swore positively to tho ownership' of each litigant; when the sagsciotis magis-. Irate directed the plaintiff to taka hir place on his right "and the defendant to ocpupy, a corra»ponding po^itipn pn the lelt'V thddog in.dispute being re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 14 October 1846

.^m^mm^^^mmmmm ... - -Utile OcljiTvarc Illflrliit Side Pp I ihe election in little Delaware for Inspector hns resulted h_ fteor of the Whigs! She is always (rue lo heffeelf, her men and he* measures. ,

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