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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 9 July 1856

DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. ______ _ ifxM-iftrtnnnnfiiinrin _ , ^ | >1711_| 1 fjn-_ " Heaven and tarth shall witness, if Amefiea must fall that we are innoemt." VOLUME L WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1856. NUMBER ^sjjmgto^meritan PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, JULY 5th, 1856- AGENT8 POR THE AMERICAN Huntsville, - W. H. Randolph Madisonville, - Centerville, Springfield Corcicana, * Muskeet, Busk, Nacogdoches, Boonville, Wheelock, Martin, Port Stflivan, Bellville, San Fitlipe, Fayette f lite, Caldwell, Cameron, Lexington, Plant Grofe, Cunningham P. 0. - Webberville, Georgetown, Houston, J. B. Hogan Montgomery, La Grange, Hellina, Bagdad, Bound Rock, Bell ton, Bastrop, W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Henry. W. W. McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. Newland. G. B. Reed. W. H. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A. Hargrove Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 9 July 1856

mmcmt EDITED BT aud w. J. TMKBLaJ^StH rir 1 1«tt ffiiew LH-ggMf, JPW % 18Ü rOTR PRESIDENT, :D FILLMORE. V|4*-< — ' > L VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW J.DQNELSON QÉRSlt i FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, r -n * r*3l FOR STATE TREASURER, W. A TAMJOJ, OF HAMMOT. FOR COMPTROLER, ? IS. «. C. B0UBXMBI, OF BELL. FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, J. A WILCOX, OF SEUB, BOnXT H. XAYLOB, OF FABBXB. EASTERN DISTRICT, X V. FLABBMOT, OF BVIX, WESTERN DISTRICT. W BUBS. OF LE0BA W an Mtkortad to announce Jamas ■- Zun- rnfM M«candidal#forth*oAc* of CountyTreas- ury, at thaaiiauiiif Aufuat elation. * i friend o i Hnglx C. MatjIO, bave de- , reject him to the office of County Treaa- Auguat election. i authorised to anounce B. 1. OUUthtn it•' for Coaaty Commiaaioner, at dm euau- to announce }tbEOiy, and confector, at the ei Wear* iiipiJM to annoaae* ft. L trench, ;Ias.Wanaoe,ofChappell Hill; and as caadidatea for County Commia Inflection. We in aafhorWd to kaboMce Wlllet HoMsa t as • candidate for the office of Sheriff,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 9 July 1856

is* 1 " mm liMlingtott^raerican Attention is called to the adver- tisements of the Rev. B. L. Peel, «nd D. J. Goodlett, as found in our advertising col- The last mail fcikd to bring us the Houston Telegraph—whtt is the matter with our neighbor of the Telegraph 7 We are enough to lay our disappoint- ment to an extra flow of patriotism on the occasion of the fourth. v ||y Our attention was called the other 4k, while taking a ride to tfio country, to the commencement of a large brittle build- ing. by Capt. Hatfield, at his pi -tat ion. de- for a family residence. II Will be a magnificent building when *finished- ¿cost probably «" ■ eight or ten thousand dol- fmiJL ■ py* He «lection resulted on Monday, la pur town, with a majority for Wallis of sixteen votes. We have only heard, as yet, from Independence, which precinct gare Shepherd six votes majority. Mr. Buck- bolts, the candidate for district attorney, was present, and alter the close of the polls announced himself to the sovereigns...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 9 July 1856

;ui JGHT8 OH IBS PAST. Wo clip the following from an ex- chaDgo, the author of which is not given. Let those who think read: The past is secare. It is tinkltera Wo. The seal of eternity is apon it. The wisdom which it has displayed can- noLhe obscared ; neither oan they be de- basod by human folly human or infirmity. The future is that which may well awa- ion the moat earnest solicitude, both for tin virtue and permanance of onr Re publica, tbeir rise and progress, their ¡IdnliiM nd their fall, a i%-written but too legibly on the pases of history, if indeed the; ¿are uot continually before us in the starting fragments nf their ruins. They haveporished. and perished by liands. Prosperity enervated i debased them, and a pop their distruetion. times been eheated oat rties bv servile demagogues; íes betrayed into a surrender of j false patriots. They have dis- ; the warning voice of their best statesmen, an(Thave persecuted and dri- ven /tom their office tbeir best friends. They have re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 July 1856

DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. w. PKRgUJS cte Co. tolumeT "Heaien and earth shall witness, if America mnst fall that we are innocent." ™INGT55^ÍITSS5I?: JULY 10, 1856. NUMBER 37. Masjrágírni^meritaii f(IBlI8HED ETEBY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN. Huntsville, - W. H. Randolph Madisonville, Centerville, Springfield Muskeet, Bosk, Nacogdoches, Boonfllt, Wheelock, Marlin, Port Salivan, Bellville. San Fillipe, Fayetteville, Caldwell, Lexington, Plum Grove, Cunningham P. 0 Webberville, «Georgetown, W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Henry. W. W. McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Mai. Liken. H. S. New land. G. B. Reed. VV. H. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clark. J. S.Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. W. M. Scallorn. J. C. Cunningham. J. W. Brown. W. Morris. BoSdRock, BdlWu, Houston. J. B. Hogan and J S. Taft Montgomery, - James Green. La Grange, - Dr. J. Hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 July 1856

A ¡B¡ ^ta^ingtmt^merican CLAY Airo BUCTAKAIT. heard him relate the above conversation in friends in general, and " old line Whigs" m en a great an good man íes. i e t e tj,e iater years of his life, And in the cam particular, to standforth in the coming con- paign of 18-14, he informed the editor of the test, ánd rebuke the only man in America, T lAflllQVllWl JT Anvilft 1 AMA M«P watftA aamU & Jl _?ll? 13SHH6 purposes. giMi,, oak in the stillness of the forest, the paign of 18-44, he informed the editor of the test, ánd rebuke the only man i thousand echos of undisturbed depths^ re- Loaisville Journal. with five of six others, who could be found willing to ler soon ot et u er o e eras . en that he would not die without'leaving it on and influence to such vile purpose Henry Clay, the wisest, the greatest and ^eotd. Below we annex the passage as , j ji j o —- recora. Below we annex the passage as best man of his age, resigned his immortality tak*n from Calvin Colton's life of Clay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 July 1856

®tas|ingtfln^míricau jpy With Mob returning morning, a plentiful promise of ráin presenta itself, jet ao rain, O* ye of Mount 01yn pas> Niobe, and all, ntereeed in our behalf. We call attention to the advertise of Messrs. Wright, Johnston * Mon artists in then god deserve the These gentleaaen are artists in their way, energetic and acure. patronge of the Public. •. JES" TbenTiTan old adage «ever rains without its pouring." We have never realised the truth of the adage untill within the last few days. A per- ■ft<t a|,ower of communications has fallen •upon us in the last few days, all we ean -g kj our eorrespondents is, that as soon ae we ean make room, thfir oommu- 'kisÉrtolfi will be given to the publio. eommcrcíaí. Or A SLAVES- ' The sebooner A. F. A. Coale has been condemned by tho United Sutes Distrct Court at Baltimore, as a slaver and ordered to be sold as such. The Pa- triot says: . „ It appears thai some time in May tne «chooser was found ashore in the Ches- apeake Bay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 July 1856

mm ^as|rágtfln^mtc¡m THXHAUUTED HOOKS- A' friend of ours, says the Albany Tri- Bob H., during the late cold term, thought he would go into Hamilton and have a moose bant He left the city, in company with six other gentleman, on Wednesday of last week. After a ride of ¿¿oat twenty-four hours, they reached the of the great wilderness. Having put MB and sleigh at the last tavern, oat for « week's Bport in the The second day in the wilderness, «sr friend and party started a moose of first «Itti proportions. They sighted him about noon, and kept on his tract till about 3 o'- clock. P. M., when the party informed Bob that they were completely tired out, and that they to take the back track for th* shanty and hare dinner. Our friend said: "Very well, go back if too please. As for me, I'M have that moose * ' ' the attempt." The party went Db went ahead. He kept up the nearly dark, when he got suffi- w to tte critter to give him con- was a glorious follow. Like jer, * sis feet high and well ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 23 July 1856

k. DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS", TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OP MANKIND. W. PEIRKINS c*3 Co., "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America most fall that we are innocent." PUBLISH MRS YOLUME 1. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1856. NUMBER 38. as|ragt0n^raerican PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, JULY 19th, 1856. AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN. Hnntsvillfc, - W. H. Randolph Madisonville, Centerville, Springfield Corcicana, Muskcet, Rusk, Nacogdoches, Boon vil le. Wheelock, Martin, Port Sulivan, Bellville, San Fillipe, Fayetteulle, Caldwell, Cameron, Lexington, Plum Grove, Cunningham P. 0. - Webber ville, Georgetown, Houston. J. B. Montgomery, La Grange^ Hellina, Bagdad, Bound Rock, Bellton, Bastrop, W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Henry. W. W. McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. Newland. G. B. Reed. W. H. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clark. J. S. Riley. J. Buck...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 23 July 1856

ijmgiimjmaróra EDITED BY I, f, C9UWT0BD in w. J. pendleton- ViSKlHSKHI, WBDNBSBAY, JULY \W_ #0* PRESIDENT, Mtt.t.ATtn FILLMORE. VICE PRESIDENT, 1WJ.D0NELS0N FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, th . mMtijr.ogTOtt. - *9* STATE .TREASURER, ■* W. A. T1KLTP l0> HApisntt. _ FOR COMPTROLER, S. A fc WtoBTSOH, 0 BEL' FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, J. A. WILCOX, OF BltfcH, pi*— H. XATLOE, OP FAHKIK. EASTERN DISTRICT, j. w. ixAmenr, or xusx, WESTERN DISTRICT. , W- BLAXK. 07 LEOKA THB DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. The following we clip from the second series of resolutions passed at Cincinnati, wjiich constitute a part of the present Dem- ocratic platform: 2. That the foregoing propositi^ covers, and intended to embrace the whore subject of slavery agitation in Congress; and there- for#, the Democratic party of the Union, standing on its national platform, will abide by and adhere to a faithful execution of the acts known as the Compromise measures, settled by the Congress of 1850; " the act reclaiming fugitives fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 23 July 1856

®9jtsJingíjraJraericait ' It will be wen by reference to our jcolnms, that F. W. Robertson _ baa mwwd his grocery store frpm tkii dty to Independnce, where he intends Mi his present stock at remarkble The way to wm. nuxoiK procreas of Mr. Fillmore, on his Ba&lo, was a perfect, tridAphal ~ ,. From every Till&g® by the wayside thé entBusiast.c 2 the people heralded his ap- the whole population turned - towelcomehome thenation jo fcrarita. Tf ever honest and patriotic aryttw- ^ tfae country was honored by people, it is exhibited in toe present This spotaneous outburst of popular neoeasarily calls from Mr Fill'* ■ore the expression of opinions, which wier other eircuinstances, he could not eade—but every word uttered, with the frankness of truth and of honest oonvietion, adds of the national feeling j lore for the whole.country, r. Fillmore is animated. '■M Hewbvgh the .following^ speech d patriotic which Mr. , ^_ by Jtr. Fillmorfe, _ ring of the old times, of Hcttfry Clay: FeUo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 23 July 1856

íasjpngtm^mrkan We lake the following from' the New York Express of tho 26th nit: ,The first American steamboat ever ran upon a European river, is now snc* eeMfaUj running npon the Danube in Mnrieo of the Danube Steam Navigation Company. Thesncccss of the experi Kent has induced that Company to build two other vessels from models of George 8toera, and designed to run over the Tapida of the "Iron Gate,'' on the Lower Danube. These rapids it was considered tmpoasibla to ascend until a very few Jtars since, and the speed of the water at aome_sarts of them is eqnal to ten our. The boats are now in instruction, according to Mr. sodeld, in the ship yards of the lube Compay at Alt Ofen, while the engines are nearly completed at the —Morgan Iron Works, and will be •kipped to Austria in the eourse of the present or next week, We trust the success of these boats will be a yet fur ther triumph for the American river steamboats. TEN CEHTS A DAY Our neighbor of the Enquirer appear? aot to bo wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 July 1856

DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. W. PESFULENTS cfc Oo. "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America must fall that we are innocent.'' PXJSXiISH£i£lS VOLUME 1. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1856. NUMBER 39. Ü jmsB. GADSDEN'S TfBn*T.rf New York, June 27th:—The Conrier and Enqurirer's correspondent at Wash- ington says, I believe it is not a fact that * request has been made the admin* istration of Commonfort, for the recall of Chen. Gadsden. That demand was made formally more than once, by Sans ta Anna. Gen. Gadsden states himself I learn that he has been ordered homo by the Government, for reasons he is aot aware of. J.t is not pertain he will re* turn. Col. Rubles, the present Mexican ®as|ingi0K^merican *aiive PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. e. EDITED BY CBAWFOED AND W. 7. PENDLETON. HE. WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, JULY 26th, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE.' . FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 July 1856

fcs|m0Í0ii^meritau G. W. EDITED BY CftAWFOBD AJTD W. J. PEKDIETOIT. WASIIHfiTOIT, WEDNESDAY, JULY JOtb, 1856 1T« ate wahoriied to mnoaoce Albert Gieseke i á «aadMat* for III* office of County Surveyor, at : Aafut election. . JVCBAVA* UTO HEEBY CLAY. It is a matter of surprise that men claim- ing to be old line whigs and admirers of Henry Clay can support Mr. .Buchanan.— Oaring the forty years that Mr.' Clay served the public m the capacity of a Statesman, the only charge of corruption which ever sul- lied his fair name, was preferred by the for mer gentleman. In the presidential election of1824, there were four candidates in the field. Messrs. Adams, Jackson, Crawford and Clay. The people having failed to elect, tbe president htfd to be elected by Congress^ and the selection to be made from the three candidates having received the largest num bet- of Totes before the people—leaving Mr. Clay out. It is a well known fact that Mr. Clay preferred Mr. Adams to either of the - other aspim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 July 1856

X grand rally and ratification meeting of the American Party will take place in the town of Washington, on Saturday, 2nd day of August next. There will be a barbecue given on the occasion and arrangements made to accommodate any number of per- sons, all and every body are invited to at- tend, especially the ladies. Many distin- guished speakers will be pijesent. It is high time that we were doing something to arouse the activity and energy of the party, the foe ia in the field, and we hepe to meet every friend of America and American Institutions on the occasion noesim roz the uro or augtt«t. Col. U. E. Lockett. Chief Marshal; R. I. French. J. W. Lott, J. H. Littlefield, Assis- tant Marshals; Music; Cadets on horse- back, with flags; Committee of Arrange- aenti; Mayor and Alderman ; Distinguish- ed strangers; Citizens on foot; Invited speakers; Lady bearing banner; San Jacin- to sol diera ; Misses representing States; Cit- izens in cariages; Citizens mounted. The procession will for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 July 1856

Mas|iugt0ii|míeriían campaign paper In aid of the causo in which we hate em- fcarked. We have determined to issue from How until the election, a " Campaign Paper." The paper will be devoted to the cause, and all wishing to take it. can have it forwarded Ct one dollar. In this we are actuated simply by determination to render every auxiliary advancement i our power ta the establish- ment, of American princijiltes, and we call «pon all who are favorable to American in- stitutions, and a pure American system, to forward and aid us in the work in which wo are engaged. JG3r The first year of our existance will expire on the 1st of November next, that we have grown and expanded beyond our most sanguine expectations, we presume none /frill deny. In furtherance, however, of the'great interests we have endeavored to advocate and develop, we have determined to offer to our friends three rewards in the following ratio: $30 for the greatest num- ber of cash subcribers sent us by the first ®f No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 6 August 1856

DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America must fall that wc are innocent." YOLTJME L WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1856, NUMBER 40: «4 Ti YE PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. «. w. EDITED BY crawford and w. m. pendleton, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, AUGUST ind, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW J. DONELSON FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, wm. bteadxan, of busk. FOR STATE TREASURER, V. A. tarlton, OF harrison. FOR COMPTROLER, s. 8. c. robertson, of BELL.1 • FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, Ju WILCOX, OF BEXAR, bobxbt h. taylor, of fannin. EASTERN DISTRICT. j. w. tlannigin, of rusk, WESTERN DISTRICT. ZHOS. W- BLAKE. OF LEONA mb bbbckkhbibge. After the death of Henry Clay, one of the first to eulogise the departed statesman, was J. G. Bxcctcaridge. the present anti-Ainer- jcan candidate for the Vice Presidency — Eoth were from the same State, yet mutu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 6 August 1856

ran JUllY*' G. W. • • EVERY WEDNESDAY BY PERKINS & CO. EDITED BT ABB W. Y. FDOLBOI Y, AUGUST 6, 1866. BB UIUI ID itm , an important conces- ito Amxrioah Principles, i of the United States. The tetan of the Douglat Kansas Nebraska act bo repulsive to the American jwty wm repudiated by a vote 22 to 16. Douglas, Se- - Wilson and Bigler, voting in the ne- ¡.the! ■ft. i amendment, to the Kansas Pacifica^ Hon Bill was offered by Mr. Adams, from Mississippi, an American, and adopted by Americans, with a portion of the Union loving Democrats, to support them; thus the concession is made, and made by Dem- ocratic Senator* that virtually sets at aaught the Squatter Sovereignity feature Of the Deihcratic platform, to which Mr. has lashed himself, and which Senators Cass, Douglas, Sekard, Wilson and Bigler, cordially respm^Kg to his po- have determined TOmajntain* and Cannot the *** j deterráintidti ofHHlBoas Sen^j tors to stand by and jtppin a doctrine so dangerous to the rights of the Sou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 6 August 1856

* Inferior Oodiuary Good Ordinary Low Midd ing Middling Gfood Middling statlmfnt of cotton. Stock on hand Sept. 1st. 1855. 1,451 Received past week at T S Lubbock's Warehouse 29 19 • 17 Received previously Shipped past week Shiped previously Stoek on hand July 30 89 Floor—With receipts and firm prices in the New Orleans market, the rates for Su- perfine here have been fully sustained. We quote Superfine $8 50 to $8 75j Extra 9 00 to 10 00. Whisky—Is in moderate supply and fair demand at 38 to 40 for ordinary to good brands of Rectified, and 42 to 50 for the va- rious extra brands. Bacon—Rib sides have continued dull hut firm at 12c; Clear 121-2; Shoulders 10; Plain Hams 12 1-2 to 14; Sugar Cured 15 to 16. Pobk—Is without animation or material change in price, e quote Mess $24 00. Sogar—The market is quite well sup- plied and the enquiry is fair at prices stead- ily tending upward. We quote Fair 8 1-2 to 8 3-4; Prime 9 1-4 to9 1-2; Cooice 93-4 to 10; Clarified 9 1-2 to 10 1-2; Crushe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 6 August 1856

OTS POSITION OF WHIGS ATTHEHOJtTH. The following extracts from a private letter rcoieved to day, from one of the most intelligent and observing merchants of ffew York, who is also connected in business here with a leading commercial boose m this city, will be read with in- terest. Ha is not a member of the Amer- ican party, nor is he an active politician, bat is in a positon to learn much of the actual condition of piblic sentiment at the North. He writes: New Yoke, July 8,1856. "What a medley we are in I Itseems the Presidential election is to be a sort of threencornered battle; BUmore, Bjwh- anan and.Fremont; Patrotism, Spoils «d aStíonalism. If one were to judge bv thTtonc of the newspapers in this it would be thong ireposleroua ?«S'mV that the potriot candidate, íUlSorT would carry the Northern ££i Itail can tell you that thi. is Vu. • rni«t*ke If Fillmore's friends ÍÍ Jill many of the Northern States, whkh are now claimed, by -ectionabsm for Fremont. Buchanan is out of the fa ¡...

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