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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1861

!>* m . si t' i ii. I | • -I jl 1 1 i m i y i i I1 i '•i# tOl laws in oouven- view to £*& If Mood.fi on; and the by tho actirtn of iokd, yjl, Wise eadeavorad to Ht) occupies middk, Kaon oils the ttttufa _ BAT.xiMOiWr- March Methodist Onfecsaao of Baltimore have adopted a plan of separation from the Northern Church. The jrfyr wjMHfcwasJort. f ^ . _3, Dispatch to the Delta;: Washikotoh, March 24,1861. The Soathetn Comraiasioners held their Cr.-it iaterview with the State Department on S Uurduy, and we now in fine spirit . The p ■? loalttrs of the interview have not jet tran- S /iftid. .. j . ■,-* ; ■ - Mr. Forsyth left afternoon for New York to bo absent for several day*. Ben. MoCulloch is now in Alexandra, V#., and if he oomes here he will be arres- ted. j . Liverpool, March9.—The Brokers' circu- lar reports the amount of cotton sold in Liver- pool the ptat week at 82,000 bales, including 18,000 ta^en on speculation and 19,000 for ex- port, leaving 17,000 to the trade. A?1 qnl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1861

.foeeeqepf , t |||Ml of M. Mires tontinui 2-^ W0CBt council olministeis his majesty 51 Delangle, the minister of jostioe, i Jna attention was being paiijvte. tie pSEeTsfcr. M. Delauyle srcsw^tedHtbat •* J*«wlv kncwo to that in. " 7^.1 but that n« judged great care was "'•'"T? iKA nr^Wln.. I#1 '^T^Tin transacting t*c proceedings, asthe JJ^iequeBces would entail ruin upon so many The emperor answered that the sb-ek must be avoided ; that public morality must I^jstisfied. In thift view hif* majesty was ^mly seconded by Count de Peraigny. A —nor «f these proceedings having come to the ear of M. Mires, he wrote to the emperor • letter, the contents of which conveyed that B ny of his majesty's nearest surroundera weTe implicated with Mires, and-that in ^ te was dealt with harsh !y he would ex- •ojeall. The emperor at ot.ee, upoa the re Jpipt of this epistle, sent for Count dc Morny, jjillaolt, and one or two others, and the ^It >f the conference was the order given to tbe police to arr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 6 April 1861

ises: si fe i i ! f I. * i i i \if h ;•! •£T'!: S i|, I i III Ityj freftafeto :hwdtik ..,.^ ,J e, I nwrcadyto be oetiwiwd jlirflir than aafeajilj - to u*urj>i tion. Office W no charm *ror#fl, that It fiita# be fmroSaifed at the sacrifice of my coawienc# sod the loasof scll- MSPfiet. - ■•!•, .' -J,:. T;«; ■ -vv* •": j.• I; love Teiss too well to brio# cml strife b rid bloodshed a poo her. To w^rt this calam- ity, I shall i4ako no endeavor to naaintjstiu my Authority aslCbiel EtiSfttiitiiM of lihis S^ate. ax- Cfpt by the peaceful eaerei** ofiniy fyitctioiis. \/ii«a 1_can no linger dp this, I • Khullj oafiuty withdraw fr^ni the scene, leaving the iitovem •Lcnv iA the'hands of;those who; hsrre! usurp- ed its authority; but still claiming thai 1 am its Ohief Biiecotm). ! f on their hour, as l^Sa^y were feting here TfiK to *e*j annoying ii Mid if it #«* A|^tifO JN" .. and; complain |o the -#ould r ;<jn ro air individual of . p£^*r ulWiC-ent^tin^fyis thoaghw abfo-ieto'ir orjder suoae...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 April 1861

sgggggg-sg ^ "aggaaasgaB atuxa Tii brbjixb-TM VOL 18. ^OOVEBNOB'B g**CUTlVB P*PARTM*NT. ) Afsriir, March J8, 1801. j Smu,e' , J :T""' mwf IfoHse of Representative*: i f«* haw rea embled under oircnmstances •tooce momentous and extraordinary. Bine* !L adjournment, the people of Texas in ac- ELiw with the laws passed) by your Honor-' SuBody, have by their vot at the ballot box fLwd themselves no longer connected with ^Government of the United States. The tLrtrive acting in harmony with yoil, baa fj&rfttd the legitimate functions assigned ffTxhe election was held, surrounded by jlke form* of lav, and in accordance with aot and his proclamation; and the returns been received and coanted, the result only declared by Executive Proclam- rfjji aa the 4th day of March. ,]atj of declaring the official result of *caiielice on the question of secession, was ^ devoid by law on the Executive. But jtfiisf to eariy out the will of the people to £e fullest extent, and believing such an offieial ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 April 1861

Wm, ?; ,>V. . XSr ■1 ■m € • „ i -jg^sq « ":i ) ■'" -. " 19 si i;u Mf ;! N Bii i . Ji|' , jsctivity At the Brooklyn raroydipartttKra> .— * and nigbtat the special diepatoheatothe Now Yorli jouhials j contradictory eud'indefinitc, but point to a jeciion o? the revenue iu the Southern ports .^i , fASHlttdTOS, April 4.—Fears are express- . circles that a oollision at Forts , aod[ Sumter is likely to take place. rASHUftlTON, April 5. —The previous dis- patch from Charleston, in referenee to the at-, tempt of a ▼easel to pass Morris Island batter-' lea, land thej proceedings relative thereto, is confirmed in every particular by intelligence justi received. j . Anderson took no farther step yesterday. Sent. Talbot, Of Fort Sumter garrison, hav- ing! bean appointed by Lineoln as assistant ad- jutaint general U. S. *r®y, left Charleston, by rrlniision of Gen. Beauregard, to report at hingtoi, ^ jnt0 wag from Boston for £atom;ftb, [loaded with ice, ard put in at Charleston dn aoeeunt of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 April 1861

a Ml mm*. This ftlrt n I Lotejoy |hapi fto go to- a Southern ork Herald's '-•iisfr. . " ; k|| L '• #S ■HH iiWitiiijj, ajjtf ■';■■?, -y - 'taiigi'"- m PfwqBg|BggP s. ™. « e !i| | Feb. 28,'61. MIT *— aadakfe. '•• mi.r project, '■'■•*•• XK« Adaiiuinifiiration app *f faiarioa of Me*ico.The £<. ' We^isgtoe dispatch of the 20sb says: "I learn from an undoubted source that the - Administration has deter mi ned"upon iheadop- tioif of a vigorous poHfj in ooaneetioo _ with Mexican affairs, and Mil. Corwia will be instruc- ted to repair at once to the oitj of Mexico, and commence negotiations for a treaty which shall guarantiee the independence of that eountry. Mr. Lincoln believes that one of the earliest steps whieh will be taken by the Southern Confederacy will be to encourage a foray upon the adjacent Mexican States. The Adminis- tration believe that this filibuster campaign can ouly be effectually checked by entering in- to a treaty with Mexico, guaranteeing her in- dependence, and ind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 13 April 1861

SHHHS rote of tame, Tention, oi? islature, BOSTON. TEXAS. two-thirds of shatthere-tb^ (}* ciUteJio of Uw s m ;M*'. h Sna li *** if: U If III I! s ! m T J: f fe :•: i : \ ii|! ;f i i if • I! 1' r |ij 5 ! *:f| establish jWZ of Rights, shall here- tt-e .15 ei on boneBk; a')'o right Iff jMprer Is inherent in ffOYornmmts are found rity, and instituted for their ' M at ail tupcs theinalien- reform or abolish their fcgta o6l< i ertrtBfiffi M trtch mapper as they m-T thfew'ore, no giYoratncakt or aiiUiotlty'oan ex if? or exercise p,.^ CT within thefltat* of Texaa, without the consent o£i£ fwopfe thereof , nor after that cor eat be withdniwe* iPrnfaftm IU •¥* h#T*^r. M felitfmV- **** « S c. 6. NopetSfthshallbe a Representative un 'eeahe be1 * eitiwn of this State, and snail have been an inhabitant of thiaSlate two yean **gbgitfatt£16 election* he ohosen, and of 21 years at the tiire of hSr«i^«W.''r hereafter reads as Wirtw &rtJUi' ' #'3bo. 11. No person shall be a Senator un- less he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 April 1861

i - :"|-i i uS :m ;.m .< ' < •'••'' - v>V* wtesSBH i IP i«>5 n"8^! 4 ■>•■' t- $ •;.% • ::'^J|tfe.« 4 -is &ttAk| Wj Jfill^BNp*' 33K* ': Pt/:' J.- . U.UU •* « l#> Fi *K* • -H:K * 1 ' " i ISf &£'-'* .fjill? ^%i90j Bm£m& IHI s4 4 *v •• t. ■ ,• •. * |<S^4 =====SSS!!ISS-tii=toHSiS^te! ^«toti—*■—i-——i2—— ■ t- .'SSSiftiSM* .:. 1^5 rfesif# i.azi-: £^<«> ihysf ^i- ^jsKis |IMpl !?<•;!; :r-r^| f ..#« 0BARLl8DeMORBl, iteii .aj. >a|i;i -<i.: itiifei&lif fl#. te '.'.'<>S| *y '# ; #■; ' WM'> ritfj. .- m w* «dfs wM,&& „... m:p mm& MmM *■ • i 'i VOL 18, •r ***** «UKL Ctim BAmrn nuTiTii bsbiii^ii iuida*© or nrimt - ,.-• ••.;■. •;;?f,-af$am'•■' ADDRKB8 TOITOB' ' PEOPLE OF TBXAS: Austin, March 30th, 1860. fsttovr Citizens:—-Tbe undesigned ate a committee of the CoDvention.to prejiare ft brief exposition of its proceedings, with reasons there- tor. as an address to the people, for general ia- fonnifcKffl- ''-v., fbe political crisis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 April 1861

mm liiStl "~z Sfefe h ,f-P ! - V- > Wmm "t-'¥ .^J)!&*f: wM I ^ ? 1 ii' 1 11 K i *pi|: 5 m\ w0m jl' : ' ,of I ; 5 id *ia report m tihejgetiir: W mtw of the nineteen ire on the inrt. : The held ready for the expoo- «d tot _., enstwall. No any ot the foreea., IwUwiee hwe< Two tkoamd force reached the city this end embarked for Morris island Montgomery, April 9.—President Davis BradetB day l farther requisition on tbe Govern- or Of Alabama for three thouBandt*oopa. The Mississippi brigade of eighteen hun- dred teen snrved at Pensaeol* <6i the 7th-— Three hundred Georgia" tiroops fcr Peneiacola jpswed throu^Jy-fcere within the lastforty-cijjht *•' 'Boston, April, 11.—The Massachusetts leg- islature, the present! session, passed a bill au- thorising the Governor to ineiease the num- ber of volunteer militia, and put two thousand troops on p war footing- , The working mcnoftLe Charlestown \ navy Yard has been increased to 1800 men. . Montgomery, April 12 —A call from the war d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 April 1861

s mm 'M&M A .'-'I mm m mgmrMASL- - .-■ wt 8WW wwe notbmgmore than a feint to r7«£*€«ri*feAte Slatw into security. , "jy* oniing **«*! * r ^ (jnited States flag, appeared off Charles Z-harbor. They now outside the bar, for the flood tide, la enable them to Xhe*P *ill probably make the attempt to- demonstration has produced the most abounded excitement in Charleston, and Ins *T^i (he military enthusiasm of our people 2 the very higheft point. ; ... ! All the reserved city forces were callcd oat, ittd ordered to the batteries and forte at mid ** Jhe country regiments have been summoned by telegraph, sad will respond to the call with ihcrity ... They are now pouring into the Oftyby every train By to-night we shall have 6,UU0 men ""ihe Vuthcrities here have received an official notification that Fort Sumter will be prov.sion- «d peaceably if possible, but forcibly if neces iJy to use force for the purpose. The war has actually oegun. Every body ia preparing for the conflict. We shall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 20 April 1861

m it ip * v.p-;.r . •*' 1' Bp ■: .... i? : '• 'i } x'c f 4 !l* 1 I 1 Mi 11 : M VI • H i; 1 U i ill II m •< 1! | a :' 3gj I \ fh J/5 W11 p&; & * (M£ _ . -'"ld 4; J* , dMt*4*a6 wtr*anwho hii died within .-id " T to the flective,of ,-andttm im- cut to • life of v«j right adherence :: <?h>ye ta0 '<ife#i*pt. P*n,tencf rewvietknthftt g'tbite al«n« could on the acenes of flirt* Hf* i l« «iitk Bach characters only, in their -elation* to this world, that we have here to idonuth them. Aadteertainly, if by regarding mo- jMMiiaij hiiinhri ft "S Meldng pleasure for i Iilswil'i of the great laws of tky«« d^h-tao. [anr one conld hare hoped U>h*ve attained to happiness, it was Lola Mon- *TKe i in the character oi the Countet^of Blessington. with more iutel! • luxurious effemini of itself account for latter days She b< indulgence, where mand. Both were ity and refinement,there was iy and weakness, that might auch o' the sufferings of ner ante the slave^ol luxury and ,ola Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 April 1861

SI: mtk : i'-' ! ► ;< *3:t' -•_*,' W'&ji,"•' t '~i i ■ CHARLES DeUORSS, LONG SHALL OVH BAH1TBR BRATS "^T ifcitfia , s3t4jiB uuor VOL 18, CL AJKSVILLE, RED RlfER CODjNTT, T!%|S, SAT V - iditorahdpro I g&Wtkaj? '- ■■'* mmj« A P £ 1127, 1861. JslliiEli**? * GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Executive Office, ' ) Austin, March 29, 1861. J Gentlemen of th* Senate, and House of Representatives: The office of Chief Executive of thw State did so suddenly, and, I am constrained to say, i*.rardless of the rumors which have prevailed, ^unexpectedly devolve upon me, that I was utterly unprepared with a communication adapted to the present occasion. And, thin being an adjourned session of your honorable body, when, under ordinary circumstances, Executive Messages are not usual or expccted j it is more than probable that on the present occasion, I shejJd not have trespassed upon vour attention, tfcre it not that the circum- stances attending my succession to the office of Governor, have engendered t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 April 1861

•"'Vl \-fr ■" RM i I I i§ I i« ' 4- m i 1 it !n<:i i •; •1 } i. mi . m :I';,j y\ hi : : 8 M 3:f'! Sfe ■ f*y- r£#GSk mm it dgiiKgood service OB oar at wren o'clock this > up an astonishing fire Stevens' batter; is ! slightly iiqvti J% * A branch ii expected to be toad* 1r Fbrt imtcr .. - ! Cc" ,j is principally direoted, outside the harbor, wounded on Sullivan's Sumter to-morrow Mrfor Anderaou'i egainStthe floating Warveseels are Only two soldiers Ldwii" The range is now perfoot from he land bat- teries. Every shot tells. It is thought, from Major Andersons' fire, that he has more meu than was supposed. Fort Sumter will succumb by to-morrow. It is raining at Charleston, but there is ho cessa- tion of the batteriesi. A continuous steady fixe on both rides is being kept up. The cutter Harriet Lane and the steam gun boat Crusader are reported off the bar, but have not enteted the harbor. The War Department have as yet no official dispatehes. General Beauregard was at the batteries...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 April 1861

v-T'rjvp**-r-. a Wfu i?r.-. - * v*Ot lie, h .his [then the 5* ct*. he the IY. ■im- toft I war. ifiae. I& [4o« > ** Judiciary Committee, _ to the iuHbefor«tb& Wgessott, providing * 0**J ® 'j debts. Now, I suppose, as cl2a?rD,an .of Judiciary Coma.itt e, o.'Fe; ed a resolution recommending the renicvai of Hon Henry J. Jewett, Judge If the liltk District.-.; This recommendation u maile ou the ground of insanity, and the gbeaktr was dirceted to send a messenger to jLn entity, and to serve a notice of this rtaolutioo °n Judge Jewett. j ^j'j,e bill to pay the members of the Conven- tion was taken up. A substitute was offered by jjr Mills, providing chut State officers receiv- int! their salaries, shall net receive the benefit? ot'tbU bill. Much discussion followed. The substitute was laid on the table. Other sub- stitutes were offered, and amendments proposed. The bill was finally passed, giving the Delegates to our Convention the same pay and mileage JS ,|lC n!eii)bers of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 27 April 1861

i !■ ! .31 i i f'V-" h •• of *tke the i not be tree* iR takes which It where Uj >#* - m MM The world u n because two political it tias ocea- in actual possession its business.— that this should to starve or go naked ties have a quarrel dbeitt'jwisdkitiion. Industry must go on ; la borers most have employment and wages fktaih'ea must be fed ; countries must exchange «ith each other what pach can produce to the greatest advantage, whether there be a revolu- tion infthose countries or not _ We ba7e nsver to trade with France beoa«*e there hap- pened to be a revolution in that country, even though the re^olutioo 1 might be imcomplel We ao not cen*e trading with Mexico and the pf South America because there are ooantries two :parties m arms, almost perpetually disputing who shall possess the Government j ■ , , So it must be here.; It the people of Sout h Carolina have occasion for woollen cloths or the Afodtaets of irpn mills, j there is io reason in the ^prld why they shjould not tik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 May 1861

SECOND PLATER; OR, THE WEAR AND TEAR OF AN ACTORS LIFE. by charlk8 dickkn8 "I said I would tell yon my \ story. Well, to begin. I tu born in this town of Barton lomething leas than sixty years ago. My lather was a small tradesman, and sent me to the best school he could afford until I was a lit- tle over thirteen. I used to recite on the pub- lic days in the school, and repeat Latin and Greek orations, of which the meaning was not a itittle obscure even to me; what it must have been to my hearers I don't know. My father, took me away from school to the shop. He was a tailor. It worried me to death to sit hour after hour stitch, stitch, stitch; aod I used to beguile the time by reciting and read- in* to the tew men my father employed, and they did jay share of the work in return for the amusement 1 afforded them. "At the age of fit'eeu I took part in some private theatricals in the town, and found the bustle of preparation much more pleasant than the dull Bhop-work. The went off well...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 May 1861

si ¥ wmm W£] * • • W . I P II h| if 11 11 - i r t Hi ii if ! N fi i If ? m r.y is manned by Mate- id can level Aannapolis with bee guns. r " f ' fi i Provisions are scaroc at Washington. Gn. Soott's pickets are extending towards Annapolis junction. Families ia Wjsshiugton oontinae to leave as fast as possible by every convenient route The ease of riles was seised upon on the 28d inst, by order of the city authorities in the premises of Mr- Fish. "r„." fljwit Saboand Dan'l Fish were arrested to- 'I day far treason. ■ Anapolis advices up to 4 p. M yesterday are received, 'vhich say the seventh New fork and the eighth Massachusetts regiments are is there. A large secession force is stationed between . Anapolis & id Washington. Communication is peridot to Anapolis. . J: - The Government has seised all vessels be- , tween there and Havre DeGraco Twenty-three jSouthern Cadets left the West * Point academy, laving refused to renew the <^th of allegiance. j The ship Lalla Rookh, lyin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 May 1861

■Mr-- for the pa meeting ^gggta MMt flNUrt#" tba kBj&M of Tfhll* ^dfte, setae to support tbe f«ai /^wngiof ruling in Southern Illinofo Ca1«« 20.—A dispatch from Doughs received here bas anoihilatodtha filing in Southern lllinoi*. j I 8|X Illinois RegimoQta. j SraiNOFIELD, April 20.—'Tho atk Illinois ff<nawnts, we full. A djuble required n amber jui been offered. Secret Orgaulmatlona la Kew Tcrk, J{EW York April al.—The DailyNewvin Article in Thursday's oditwaj says itjs Jiablv informed that nearly t*o tfuadre<fotttb* h re bean formed, under loaders who are anx- ious to prostrate the c-juservativo aentiqipnt of this cit>. ' i The aggregate numbers ol members is over 10,000, who aie sworn to secrecy They are Md'O". themselves in readiness to perpetrate acts oi violence. They arc well provided with arms. and have also an artillery foice of twenty w thirty cannon The members hold meeting* regularly, de- nounce such papers as arc regarded obnoxious, and are determined to des...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 May 1861

t 3 . i { ! 5 Ha thai H jjSjp #K' ' '"* JiMl of tlii all means the moat ' it with Ji««^ law oi thenar govern '-to'"®*!.''' It i of their right* their prosperity Mil hsppineas, ao ew^uttntoa WW$WI m '& whet . , P P e ?jrill endorse, to be! s6me question as to the province of the State Cod. Wadopt this Constitution or not.— "it maybe considered so or not, we Irt saiisfied that the poeple will endorse by large^tx overwhelming majority,any course that may be taken to commit the State ot Texas to Whife we say this, and * thatjre .believe the aotion ol the Gomtiflft adopting -£be ? Constitution-- shook! it take that actiw will be sustained, atill we ahail be glad if the matter is referred :«qi oS^t fote « the people. - , tfcflttareinanjwho thought the reference ^&a Mean!Oil ordinanoo to the people was • vuieoMaan. Sioee, however,!t was done,and the good respHa in silencing the voice of the jynre been seen, thousands who r more precipitate action have become .ftfrfad that the Conve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 May 1861

apipisS; m i ■ . "4 -;- rSS!®X: Ssfe S;t>:- ismsu &&$! m 11 MS" III fir . ; 4;; CBABLX8 D&1COR8&, sHaasassaas 595 «1|jg fjgSi&'fc JP? c tt- Li! ,l'V in VOL 18, *O*0 SHALL OUH BA1IWBB BBATB VBB BSBSfiMni w tmb nun CL ARKSYI LLE, RED RIVER COD NTT, TEXAS, SAT UMTER LATE NEWS For the Standard. CONGRESSIONAL. * SECRET MARRIAGE - AND ITS RESULT *** " «d fa att^iing^U.t 'L'" S" ! "J' ~ *?? all Aepo^er 0, Vir^aU; m ses- cf this State, puuta. * rem we A,"^u"u «■ «« ">« iw.u i verdict this day made me'an Irishwoman— I with almost aiwJVnanTmitv'r anTwher^a' ultimo we copy the following statement of the. \oaj ill torever Hve m my heart, as I do in {the State of Virginia deeply sympathises with loeue packet-boat was on its way to |>over.-- lt was a sultry evening in August, and the ]ad«s and gentlemen ou board passed the night od deft. Of these, one lady an<l gentleman iat xide by side. Miss Teresa. Long worth—lor tbat was the lady's name—seems to have been fasci...

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