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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

-. ¦ w^i^ rpj^'finmvSmii^^ij i^imi OMnr^MaJ' vnril-X selectadstoekofGWDSeaitabhlTO !!»»*•»» •on, which will be sold at price* to sait|bi i tha m fer - . CAS|rtOIt|a|Ai>Y Pip! \ $"»¦ . Their. assuitineutcc^nyriw'si »JjpostJev sry articlr' the People want in-way wf DRY GOOM, *a«H ' broadcloths] : • - ' .aATSNBT& ¦' A' "' CAS8IMERE8, ¦ TWEEp8i)#e.M;i : s-: And lots of sammer stuBs for boy* and[ chfl fataV we«r,*c. Among their ;, i • J •. €ItOgK[ER^ Aje«rawoftbeneweslfS}tt«TM. . j | _; :HA|ii)^are Too numerous to mention, i In addition they iitvea choie-lotof-'. i;l "¦.-i-'.-'J".' [ . ,i . G^OCEiKlES, ' Such as SUGAR, AfOLASiES. 9PL CES, FIgff,;' $cl3rc.' - j';," .' All of which wjtt ,t»e exchanged fer. WaTiisniT'! B*e*war, Feafcers, lotMr, v v VF VfJ_4«^Brea, Tow<lot8, and a! 1 knoV of GRAIN. K •; lt.SEASUtC^ i Montrose, June: 10,1)847. 1 | i BONNETS—agood assortmentof|Floraeeand Straw Bonnets, and Bonnet-trimming* at' ' .'; V..BORROWS li Go's. . ', ...:;——rS-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

TEMPEBAIV 2E IWBETIIVO, Af, toe uourt-iouse, on the evening of tbe 4th llonday of August at f, o'clock, P. M, , , ¦ -¦—hr^ — —'¦ 1—'. ¦ ' ' .i 1 -,' Thi Pilis Cpmko.—. AuUurt stuUorn tUngi—W^j present the follow ing testimonial by wayof showing what Wtisbt** Iisdiaa Vegetable iPills^n do ih the cure of PUe*. Itisfi^mahigbly nspect ablecitixenof fowanda: : r-' - ' -," .-• -x ^ rowsjfDi, Jury«C 1847;• Dr. Wright:—Dear 8tr—For the beaefttof lb* ^^Ij^ m^A-jm-jHiSii ¦ as tltfl eneaev nt ^Mflnm' twojoeetaions, to wit:— Surb^thesummerof 1B4«, and fn the presettt peal a. I jsras aanrerely afflicted with that truly terrible i Maw, the Piles, •nd.after tiyiafia vaai asvaral od sr^madies, r-wa* tadaveed; by ¦ . D. Mooteaye, je* r agaat at bur place, to tr/ tn«a. O. tbe^ ri c«-STl was uVrorybaa situatioii for aejeral wwk*, bal after taking two boxaaofyourMU, wa* fHWywalL (Tbelactoe-: casioa was Mbar* trfcast, *i>i **WsBre»dosea , vi»: twa«r*t,--ttiraa secoadraad torn-- tha tkardtin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

TRIAL LIST _ ._ \ In the Common Fleas of Susq. Co. for Aug. T:rm, 1847. 3d reekr Carmalt v» Did inson, in ca*e. Well* &. Bard i s Cooley, in debt. Rtuseil va Ting ley, et ai, trespau. Pecken* va Hind*, et al, appeal. Smith n Beem in, et aj-, " Aylesworth v» ]ji-on,.in caae^ Young v*Carri sr, replevin. Thoinpwn vg F Mt, appeal. ¦ i Adams v» Rello fg, in caae^ 1 Bryan et al, V* irnot, ejectment. ?... Edwards, et nl, v« Owens, in icaie. r ' Bentley et al, vi, BfcGnnnigal, ejeet't.' Pratt v» Biibee et al, aci fi. ^ Vl,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

1VBT LIST, i! Drawn for Aug. Verm, A. D. 1847. adfreek. Brooklyn—Anthony Fiah, C. M. Gere, E. S.Kent. .. Clifford—I. G. Cuddleback. Choconut—Robert Sriffin, Edward Heald. Dirnock—Abel Ca isedy. - Forest Lake-^-Hor »tio\ Brewster, Horace Birchard, Jonathan "Wert, Joel Turrell. Franklin—G. Mitihel. Gibson—J. B. Stei le. Great Bend—J. B. Holmes, H. L. Blowers. Harmony—W. P. Conklin. Harford—Chester Williams, Freeman Peck. Herrick—Tomkin i Walker. Jackson—Nathaniel Hill. Jessup—Benj. Depuye. Lenox—Wm. C. Lake, Ashbel Hobbs. Liberty—rhaac Bt tt*. Montrose—Wm. I'. Bradley, Wm. Fordham, Wm. Smith. Middletown—E. Luxton, R. W. Cooley. New Milford—A. P. Dewey, Edward Smith. Rush—Almon- Pic kct. Springville—Francis. Thomas, Prentiss Lyman, Z. Culver. Thomson—A B. 3ook.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

» BOWBU COMXPAINTS^ COUC8, 4c., Furtively cured by JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE I BALSAM: Chicago, OL, Match 27,1845. Dr. D. Jayne—Dear Sir,—Tomsk me what prooft I meet with in the efficacy-of your Carminative. I can safely say that I never prescribed' a medicine for Bowel Complaints tbat has ever .given so much satisfaction, and my patients so speedy and perfect relief as this. Whenever introduced into a family, it become* a standing remedy for those' ailment*, and is called for again and again, which 1 think pret-, ty good proof of its efficacy and usefulness. In the Summer Complaint of children, it has frequently appeared to snatch the little victim*, as it were, from thegrave. " It saved the life of my child, and of such andmch a child," I have repeatedly beard said. la dysenteric affections of adult*. I have tune and again seen it act like a charm, and give' permanea*'relief iaa few hours, I may say in a lew minute*. In fine it is a valuable medicine, and no family should be without i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

MARRIED,: In Fricndsville, oa Saturday 4th hurt., by H. R. Esmond, - Esq., Mr. Stlvister Rbikkvau'lt, to Miss Ax*. RoBtssox, both of Forest Lake. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VINEGAR foT-sale by | J. LYONS. ©Mnro@Mi a I HEREBY caution all persons against purchasing a prommissory Note given iu favor of T. J. Chapel for $73 00, signed by Hiram -Cogswell, dated July 7th, 1847, (br I contend that I have received no value and shall not pay said Note. HIRAM COGSWELL. Rush, Aug. 10th, 18-17.—62w3. NATURE'S OWN REMEDY! THE INVALID'S DEST FRIEND! It is confidently, asserted that there msvsr was a medicine which has given such uniformanduniversal satisfaction, as WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS. • ^ Thqy have stood the severest trials, by curing when all other remedies have failed, and have established a reputation in the face of the envious slanders which have been raised against them. SPRING, SUMMER, FALL AND WINTER, each produce, by their variations of temperature, peculiar effects upon the huma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

rsjfjfc t .1_ " BANfe nowe';Just. *";'' ! C0RRtrT*TT»rTi7st**» « ¦¦„«< -ii-.-a. 'Si -._«»_ •¦.^^ ^1 '* . "———<« «*, ifiaUri.* O aUJVUCATE PENNSYLTANIAt-"Under|5s "¦ -' - 1 dL Philadelphia bank, par NEW HAMPSHIRE! M«P&%sT)ank par Aft Solvent banks ilk Md^eiMMW bank <-• par I MAINE. T Penh townstup hTtnk; par Calai* bank *' I0a-H U s bank note* ¦> 25 dis Amchltural bank do Girard. ..do par City bkPortland do Poun$jrl' a';..do pait Damariscotta . ,'do. . Germaritown par; Mercantilehk' - -do Del co at Chester pai* Stillwater Canal bkdo CheatercoatWChesterpai)-Banger Com bk do Montgomery co pai) Westbrook bk do I Farmers' b'k-Buckscopai-Citizen*! bk do I Farmers* bk Read'g pai|- Globii bk d„ i Earion ; paif Washington en do I Northampton no salej Frankford bk do I Lancaster bank / *,; pari All sdiyent banks J dis Far bk Lancaster pari 'VERMONT. T Lebanon 1 dis Bardtof St Albans IJ dis Harrisburg . - 1 dis Bk of Bennington —dis Middletown 1 dis Al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

BDiGHAMTON ADVERTISEMENTS .FDSE IEW;TEAS. AT NEW TOBKf PRICE:«. T, M. .HEXFORD, of BINGH/^MTON. -a_i« N. Y., has made arraneements with ti te NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, for tbe sale of j ? ™f ™gbamton, and can famish his cu. itomera, and the. trfcde, whh Teasat the same tirices I hat the Company charge for them in New York, w hich is, at least, from one to two shillings cheaper o n each pound than the Grocers sell at! And in ever y case where these Teas do not give satisfaction the i noney will be paid back for them. Catalogue of Teas. GREEN. • - Young Hyson, good, I 0 37J do, do. sweet cargo, 50 do. ^do. fine cargo, 75 do. do. silver leaf, \ 00 SilvtT-Ltaf—seldom sold everi by large dealer s. because of the small profits made on its sale-' —is a very-superior Tea. do. do. golden chop, I 50 Golden Chop—Ttia is the finest Green Tea cu Iriva-. ted in China. It is of the first pickings, au. 1 excels all other Green Teas for the delicacy o f its flavor, strength and arona. Here...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

BINGHASxTON A J^RTISEMENTS. panv, 75! andV? Fulton it. lave idrported into thi* markeMcine one hnndri d tlionsand douor* wotth pf ^finest'males of Giiecn and Black Tea* grown m. the "Celestial Empire, done up in all the various mcy packages that Chi ieae ingenuity can invent It u a privilege to buy Teasat thi* .greateatablish meht, .and a luxury and comfort to drink them. — They sellgood teas only jmd. retail them at wholesale prices.. Country m irchants who wish always to sell good Teas, can ii.wavs'obtain them at this place, on reasonable ten is.—Emporium ty TIm) above TEAf are for sale by • •-' * I. M. REXFOiRD, c7ole nigent for Broome County. Birighamton, may 11," 1847. ' • T< U- .— j _^—Li^t of Popular Medicines, FOR SALE \b.¥ L. M. REXFORD, , BINQHAMTON,N.Y., WHO keensVconsbntly on hand a full assortmeat pf, genuine! DRUGS & MEDICINES, PAINTS &OIL8, DYE WOODS & DYE STUFFS, GROCERIES, FANCY ARTICLES, Sua. Ac—all of which will bo sold C. 1EAP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

MERCHANDIZE. J|LYOI»fS, T8 now reeiervhJ a tanosolntflotof - D17 Gtiods, " Crockery & Hardware, Books |fc; Stationery, Groceries, Dye-stiilTB, Nails; Fish, Sec. &c Thankful to friends for past favors, be. hope* by selling cheap to rebeive a liberal (hare of then- patronage. CT* Recollect, for CASH at 1-ast, he i* not lobe undersold. I "' - ; lHohtrose, May 13,184t-ANTED, Geese Feather*, Buttei, Rags, Beetwax, &c. tec. , . LYONS. ; May 13, 1847. !•< --. BOORS. LARGE Family Bible* for 10s; alst common and pocket Bibles, Testaments, Geographies and Atlases, Arithmetics, Grammars, Phil isophical and Chemical Book*;;Cobb's, Saunders', and Town'* Spelling Book-, Porter's Readers. A good assortment of Toy Books and Tickets. A so, the new Hymn Bootes for the Presbyterian, and Baptist socie ties. Methodist Hymn Books, Blank I looks Sue. &c. for sale by ¦ J. Lyons. May 13, 1C47. ; pATENT . Pails| Brooms,' Clothes Pias, Butter Stamps and Ladles, by J....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

';. ^ lfeHcfeOrt)IZ^r ;. To be bought, ATL^|(3SfWS. FLOUR* SOLE LEATHER, chimp, WHITE LEAD, cheap, pRUGS, a small Jot very cheap, N> ORLEANS 8 YRUP ¦ MOLASSES; SUGAR, COFFEE, TEAS, Tapioca Seeded RAISINS, FISH, IRON, NAILS^ STEEL, good itock, SUMMER 8 TUFFS, large vanity [ and cheap, BROADCLOTHS and KERSE YS, very low price, HARNESS TRIMMINGS, a large stock, PORK by the barrel, in shorty the largest and best STOCK of GOODS we have ever of fered, at prices to suit. ' ^wk^av^*v^te ^fe CASH PAID F6R WOOL ! ISAAC L. POST & CO.' June 10,1847. IL. POST. & CO. are also SOLE AGENTS of . the New York PiEKIN TEA COMPANY for Susquehanna County. |y See advertisement NEW STYLE GENT'S HATS. SPRIG FASMON FOR 1847. C ROWN—7J inches high, 5-16 yeoman, } bell at at sidas, 1-16 front and rear, £ curve. Tip } oval, flat. Brim—1{ ieches wide, front and rear, and 1 9-i6 at side*. Bindi.io—i of an inch -wide. , The abova new style, introduced in New York on Saturday March 6th, b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

.-j MEftjbja^^ -'•" :f" VBS'lflNGS." •u-i-'- AN elegant s**ortnient , >»t srrived, sad cheap ¦'» -f. ¦¦¦¦¦:¦ .. umnbuifd .;..'".,.].. .LADIES}'SHOEis.,." . |r0 ;' AND HOSIERY—* large assortment just coma at1 !'." 'J ' 'j -' ':''. •' S»li*btiry'g.' '; '"I " "SHiWliSDELAIN, Taglioni and Stradilla Shawls, just arrived and very cheap ati Salkbmry's. July, Wit. ¦ . ~^~ ;.- " :.- " "^ ^ELAINS. : !''."' RICH and ELEGANT DeLam* for only 16d at . Salubhry'*. July, 1847. -¦; ' ¦ • ; !; alpacas. "'.;".• SILK warp, Satin stripe, plaid and plain Alpaca's at 'greatly reduced prices, at „' Salisbury's-July, 1847. WANTEDto engage 5,OOw Yds of FLANNEL to be delivered By the 1st day of October next. J. LYONS. June 10. : i DOUBLE! REFINED j LOAF and crushed SUGARS at only Is per lb Cash, at " ^ Salisbury's. July, 1349. \ GINGHAM >&. GINGHAM LAWNS, just arrived; and very low at < Salisbury's. July, 1847. BROADCLOTHS. FRENCH, English, jmd Domestic Broadcloths remarkably ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 19 August 1847

^X:-j$tj^. ik1alp^^ -I ASTl=b(UWCpBB^BXJAYWSEXPBOTOa Br*Jayne^Dear«8u t.By: tb#WeumHm\*Mek yow-Rp^^Wv h** eBecteducure in m*of ts* i n»«t ^distressing cbnnjiaint In December listll warsefaed -witf (great severity; hy i a panurfwT4f ASTHMA;;adisease*rithjwhich 1 had.been 3. fiicted for many years part.! It was; attended with a hoansmes* and sorene** of the lung* and Usratt, together with a laborious cough, andcomplete pte*. tr*&| of strength, and worn out with suffocation , wheWa bottle of your Expectorant was btonghtlo niyhibuse. At first I thought, it was nothiSTbat S^S*"!?*but *eem8lt wm* "highly recohhnendM ny Dr. Going, with whom I was well acquaiatedl J was induced uf try iv and in a few daysitroij. pletely <mred%e,; nor haveX eVer had stantaJuM tnedueaseaince. I have how formed as hich an opmipn of your medicino, that if I had buta (tw bottle* of it, and could obtain no more, I would aot part fvidithem fqrten dollars each.r 'j vnJSJZnitegr i .- *¦*!«¦*:I . . i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

Mm fkoii It's 3. buo cats PUBLISHED IVIM THUBSDA* HOUSINC, DI JOfe. BOYD. . (Office.on the we$«ide of. the Public Avenoe.) TERMS.<-ONE DOLLAR a year in advance. On»«DoTlir*fiftr1&o»t» it not'-paa' withwjttaee months, and if delayed until after the expwrtion of ' •^^ ua^^^^^^^ - ^vsssts&,L* * »-r** .*. * Gee must.be post-paid to iusoro attention. ,_ . ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

TVO TINE TO BEAD How often do wc hear men excuse^ themselves from subscribing ,to a~ uewiipjaper or periodical, by -saying ; they have no time to read. When we hear a man thus1 excuse himself wc conclude he has never found tim* to confer any substantial advantage either upon his family, his country, orlhimself. To hear a freeman thus express hiijnself, is truly humiliating; arid we can form no other opinion than that such a man islof little importance to society, "i^ucy men generally have time to attend pulwr ba|rhecues, meetings, sales, nnd other 'gatherijigs, but they have " no time to read." They frequently speqd whole .(lays in gossipping, tippling, and1 trading'horses, but th^y lose a day in asking advice of'their neighbors, sometimes a day in picking up njews,' the prices curreilt,_and the exchanges—tbutthese men never have " any time to rendl" They have time to hunt, to fish, to fiddle, to; drink, to " do nothing," but " no time to ,repd»f—Such men generally have uneduc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

POPrLATIOX OP THE WORLD Nine hundred and sixty millions of human! beings are supposed to be on. the earth ; of which . < ' Europe is said Jo contain 1^3,000,000 Atriiia, . 15€(,b0b,00a Asia, ~" 300,000,000 Amprjeo, l!50,000,000 '. Fjro'nrextensive calculations it seenls the average of human births per sepond, since the h'rth of Christ to- this time,, js abou 8 1J5 —'Wjhich gives about thirty-two thousand millions; und after-deducting ,,the present supposed population ofahe wprld,,(960,000i,-000i) leaves th« number of thiriiy-one thousand and forty .millions that hav^ gone down to the grave, giving death and the grave the vicfjory iwetL^oJiyjiig, to,t|ie| number of thirty thousand-mid eighty millions. . ' Of this number in the grave, about , 9,000,000,000 have died.by^ar. f,000,000,000 byfamine and Pestilence. ?00,000,OQO by Martyrdom, i 589,000,000 by intoxicating drink. 15,000,000,000 natural or otherwise. thus it will be seen that, war and strong drink have sent nea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

' "T-'WBHiff^g^^S i Mt^*S^^SS"i^^wfelBS1«B^iM™' ISO* , T D«-4^P«^toT&Jd^^or-^ j^^, irtt , ^^^^S^#ft^^» «i'Half d ^ « | | | - rfctCl 06 Business Ctedt, ^ .dd '' ' "80 :! - i 00 -AUro^rodyerti^iiwits hMKttOTet.tparaiabfc '^|p|£||aib. mijlpl £ll-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

. ~ '¦ ¦«>«. s^'MBATOnf.^l - "17 4, We find;b>sutyjts^aj¥erj. door jUuni anunless^eahtffiidf byHentitnebf. T^efead"r^W^? te'6!1 ^ is he "plJa.sM, either els anjinstanct'of.nbHnatmci of lenUmei't . °! :°,u£.Pa«. or a ^i»nto|proper Mor B »^iA^jili^^^irV^^W&t is tlie plain Kruth.JJthiKk; the most beafutiful creature ^a'utiful,; ofife# at In rill affected by her, or%ng to s;it Dext to Ber, or go to a theatre whBiTta^dr. walking! in a? filld or Forest wnliAer, or call her b> her chiistian name, or ask i-hw if she like»3 poetry, j or tie ^with nnv snlixfiiY.tintv\ 1— „1 /• _ il _ \ "'wiuiy tor •;•^j,-r« uer gown ner ^or be asl^e^,„.^he_ther w$ .admiifc. her, sfioe, or take her^arm even iuj'^ioinj^-rqom J)r . kiss her pit (Jhicistmas^ or, April-fool day or on May day, j pr-any; .other dal, or. dr :an» of h&'Vf ¦fw?N-t tl'inkMig,' of jherl or feel the want pfjligr.in, n roottrvwlnji| shji is;j one. or a^pleajsfrejthe ^ marc^heo she appea -shunles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

^ligrcllamj. ' Fr&n the Ne«* York Bvangelist. ASCENT OP nOVS* WASHINGTON BT M«- '"""' " S" fe- JtB<5TT- - After passing the Notch of the Wnite Mountain-s the traveller enters u>oji a plain, tiirotiph irh'C1* nlenndert.ihe Ammonoosuc river n«jt hastenson^aid to unite its waters , with tlie floods of the Conngctieur. As you Wde along fhts pleasant rooff the valley, open in the West, is fringed ott the north and \he south by high hills, while behind you rise the Majestic, summit of the mountain range you have just passed. For four miles vou\ide along, much of the way under the " sJiiulc of overhanging trees, meeting with no house, and-with no sigtJs of human life except the road over which you are travelling. A turn in the road suudenly opens to you a beautiful scene. In .the midst of a smooth and verdant meadow, appears the spacious establishment of Mr. Fabyan. The house —200 feet in length, three stories high, with large barns andsheds adjoining it, wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 16 September 1847

¦ utiere 'teMPOMiBnEWiJ. ; XbetoJWwmg ^ust sentence was o by Oaniel^ebster,<in a late* speech in the Senate of the (UnitedStates: -,¦. x^- •• • i > ¦ "iSir,. Ijsarit is «a>*ym<a< that makes the peopJa; iloywy. Sir, this great truth sMfftitiqank to aw forgotta*; it aught to be placed on the: title-page, of every book on political, economy, intended for America.. It ought to be placed in every farmer's almanac. It ought to head the' columns of every farmer's and mechanic's imagai'ine. It should be proclaimed everywhere, notwithstanding what we hear of the usefulness—nnd I admit the high usefulness—of cheap food—notwithstanding tbat> the, great truth should he proclaimed everywhere, should be made into a proverb, if it could—that inhere there is work for the hands and the men, there will be mark for their teeth. Where there is employment there will be bread.— And in a country like our owo, above all others,, will this truth hold good—a ...

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