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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 April 1851

-U'Jii Ot liL'll I JlOIMOIl tO lil'Il 1 JluIllillU... Vi5Hingiuv March a. 1351. Sm: Your public lo ter addressed In mo (hr.i'i:h the new -papers and dated at Boston i.i tho -22 1 ultimo i-entitled to a brief reply. I e ltircdy ngrce wilh you tint tliet.e is nulll I i' in our nrcseiit iiers'inal fel.itioin which .-unl I ougeudcr unkind feelings or awaken vau ran ho n' nicmlier of the Ii'fjisl.iturf Inncd cnntfiilioiH. Aly former letter was "hose ftcclmld is not woith ono hundred and n it delated U Mich i-fluences nor shall J1'1' pounds sterling clear of debt or bo tln rl.i-i he ... the si ghti-st degieo tinged by such g"VMitir with loss lli.m liiiecti bundled c..ViuIderii- nuiinosiiic-. The past " ended. P"-""Ss starling free of debt. The elections 1 do not unit to lYiiniiuatf the 3tii'es c nth- '"Vc "" cfuitiue.1 to members of iho legisla- te ihys between us Nei.' ciVcniiistaiiccs ture. Th.it body elects or appoints all the luv-i'arisVn. nd iietr dlft.e are imposed up- j"ffi""rs of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 April 1851

- 'll" ' '' ' 6 - A Case for thc .MonAi it ov . -.. -. .: . .... f.;ir stcinim. made Ills' 3111CV -.' n . i ji - . - C'SCS! .-j : .1... .( nfli-.illli" lior-i" uri' 5nc fiomiho LouiMiil1cniteim.iry - . . ....!... tinrp4 tlt'hin!?- atrcslcdin ineaci oi sn-..... - - n.r to Hie urniv ol Tews iiiimedmtelr ..Her i !- .. Wti mpiniiiiii f-i'- ---p ikuiiu ui o - lv 11. ..... --. . . ln..2cd confessed Imn-cll "- WM.flwA i.y order of On. Ilourtwi-sciv-r.l out the icmaindcr of Ins t ii.ic-.nnri led a ic-iclalde woman shortly after hu discharge and in a few months was sent l ihc 1 eiiitcn- in-for liorsi' Sicaii2 lor a n-mi wo liilicte nil the lirst ol i in-. 1'i:nsIiVm. The wliole amount of taxable property iportciI 1 the revenue commissioners of lite Statu of lYnnsylva- nia for thc present year in O-lOil.SSO.RS!) bcinjr an increase in the past three yeais olS2y65S:7. liarv oca . i on C ri i. i..- . . 4 . month his funo expiird. and he was ... . . Wednesday mo. wins. Ah.ml J clock 1 - J or the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 April 1851

lisaga;.' '--d I'w.i. ti.e X. Y. Dt Uook. C I T V I T E .MS. Smiimi ''.cii!.c We hnio Fcon in llio r.-m-e i.i i.tir r.iiuhlt - about iuu !ii eaic-h nl Iin gnat m.I -tiu'iit l ! fu t-upon which i mi .Jf i:-t liii 1"' f-a- 'i .vi ; ; v i i i.ie Minr lln.ii I .l" vt: ii Icc fur ii r ino-t nail ('.! nunc .iUi! -iii.hcn ( y t d cii-nlinr-.v. hose I cit ::! .-.. I mail ..! nut liidie.itp tlia: .1.. w .s r . i:o'i--'(ji ur profi'iili.c luis rtnc iu ts lli'nir i.ll il-at i-destini-il to dis- : . ur. 'I l.e iIiou-.-mU who hare annually s' .i-.iii a-'-reinttt se- hi.:-! acnci-fettli starve in -am- nl'.-r ni-ei.r.liiiji oi -eel. one id fcimh -:..n. !.:: is imt ike pi-nnby as lln- ... :n7 !" 'i'l.t' cais if" it au.Iie -os will .c. jivi . 'J ill C'qeS Jlomunce -.--jjj-J'.u '-.ij!-:--;"iiii?aii'!: -: . c:i.fnsK-r3x?g-'h. i th !iit. C qeS Jlamuuce and lleidit'j . lit rose f Fortune. Mirny ol oui render: says the Springfield Hcpi.blic.-iii will letuciiihci :i .verii-." ut articles entitled 'Tlnce u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 April 1851

NORT H ArTLES DE MORSE LONO SHALL OUR BANNER B3AVE THE BREZE THE STANDARD OF THE THEE EDITOR & PROPRIETOR CLAllKS V1LLE RED RI V E It COUNTY TEXAS 5ATl?TtIA V APRIL 20. 1851. VOL. 8 NO. 31. THE t XTKiTiUBLE TALK OF THE SEA. The loss of llie Magpie in 132i was dis- liifruMicil ly circumstances of remarkiib?C l..."mr She was a small schooner under the .. . r t I deis in spite of every precaution lo prepare for it. . i At the moment of the vc.el going down scunner's mate of 'he iiameMeldr.iin.stiiick .irt and sureeeded in reaching a pair of for th -t wore filiating in the water; to those he -iuii. and haTiiig divested himsell of a pVtt ..f his clothing he awaited in dreadful anxi- ety the fate of his companions. Nut n sound met his ear: in vain his anx. ious "azc endeavored to pierce the g.oom hut the darkness was too intense. Minutes appeared like hours mid still the awful si- Iencc remained unbroken; he felt and the thought was agony that out of the twentv- ii.ur huinnn beings "h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 April 1851

r -..- Ji-. ittijstKf lu Mi: Muuii. TrrvrtTJiENr ofStvix Washington- Fcbhijaiiv QfT T"S."I. Sir: 1 mn diiccledby !lie President to nP dress yon nn the ulijoct of tire Mmig.it ran icfug-es who arc now in- the Tuiki-di do- minions. It Is understood! by this Cfnverntnent tint Mr. Kossuth a"n''j firry or" fitly others Iih conipimi m nic he confinement in Kn:y isli in Asia MhTur uht-ic they have been for JfiMT nr more nnd tll.lt they eitltiiiMil' feci iiu'earncst desire to come tb" tlic U. S. By :i despatch ofmv predecessor jnu vvcto tn-iiiictou to ofTer tn the Sublime Porte to receive. .Mr. Kossuth and his companions on li oird of ono of the national ships of the U- nite. I States to cohvey flicin to lots country. It would haic been extremely gratifying to the Government and people of the United State- If tIH proposition could have been at tint limn rrcccptcd; but it is understood that it- n it having been complied with by the Subl me Pol fe did not arise from a wish on his imperial M.t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 April 1851

- Wr TO Ml FELLOW-CI f'lZENS OF TEXAS. I avail myself of this method of presenting my name before you ns a cundidale' for1 your suffrages at the election in Augusrt licit for the office of Governor of the Sfate of Texas for the ensuing tenn. Favorable indications received from my nuir.erons fricnthi through- out the State lime induced me to puisue this rouisc. In aspiring to a position so hon- orable and impoitant I can hat feci an hon- est distrust of in' humble nbilities to dis- charge in a manner satisfactory to in self and useful to the State the various duties which must necessarily devolve on the nct Kcculie of the State. Hut prompted by no other motive than to do good advance the interest anil promote the general welfare of the Stale and her cili7cns come boldly lie- fine you detci mined if elected to ilot every thing in my power to give character to the State and place her institutions on'such a basis as will reflect credit 'upon her citizens nnd give her that position In th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 26 April 1851

- - i) &&& Sm 3s ?3&& ss-tr? 4 Is. i . rO'mans of History NAPOLEON At The Tomb of S e a o s t r i s . The capture nf AWiniliin :iim1 iIii battle nfihe P) rainiiN liul icinpni.iiily established llie Fi rnch sway i:i Egypt. I'l'o M.i lukcs tilose Soldiers glittering 1:1 j ihl :ml piecuius xt me vvhu.n W.ili.imuilt'i f.iuntti-i-uil hail npp-iseil t.i the R-piibIi::aii troops but found fi.- rXI inuutuiv .and placed closely ngniii-'l i.t them misters befoic whose Inn very rind t.c XVall. weie more than a hundred cuilins intrepidity they were c i.ii.ieiie-l to lly. Eve ..c containing its inuinini . This silent rylhing pniaiisca a speedy submission and .0int of the great monarch i.a.s composed nl it cannot be doubled but that 15.ion.ipai to ' s mintsteis. of hi wive-. nuu his ino.st l"a- iVouhl have converted the I.liid of tin I'ha- minis captain; nil these coffins were paiut- inalis into a French colony had not England c the nttiihiitcs fur winch while iuing.lhuir by h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 May 1851

'. MjfTiWU'rf lyJWPT" jU-IfcT-- li If '1-H ' " ' . - "" ' " "" "" " ' ' -" - -. - tCKC SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BHEE2E TUE STANDARD Ot THE TREE. CHARLES DE MORSE EDITOR J. PROPRIETOR CLARK SVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MAY L5. 1851. NO. 35. VOL. S LOVr. AXD MUIWLR Vc lalethe foilowinr; detills of a trapic affair -nliirli vvci.nvcalrrr.d'y mmccil from the Les.ing- lon (Mi-s.) Advertiser i.f the 1 !l!i lost Wo Iiavc rarely been called on to record a deed so singular in lis details and rtrocious in its char- acter as oua which transpired duutij; the past week rt Eulogy in this county A yoiinj; tuia Ciaiai Tats had formed au rarh-.ioni to a young lady the i3na;liler f Mr. Johi S Sh-ppard of this county anJ had not hesn a' ic to rM.i mr tier into a return of his afir-ction. Stuns liy her refu- sal to marry htm he funned the murderous design to take her life and made Known his intention sev- eral weeks before the occurrence we are about to relate took place. Nourishing the fien...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 May 1851

4 .J-?. -MM ni rs too good 'i o in: los r. (Fo.M r.VVEIlS lob MAT NOT HAVE secn.) Natural Human Nature. In a country iv here there is no gbverhmeut nnd where jhey know .nothing oflaws icligions or refin- ements the wded mankind of course lukes jja natural bent and developments. Gieen- land ucli a placo and a work lately pub- lished giverf an account of it which is cncpo- tlingly curious. .From an ahlc digM of it in OlcTlibUnc we extract a pissagc or two. 1 irt . Hit phytiime "The Grectilnndcrs are of a stout build.be low the medium height have bioad lint fa- tics inexpresstvo cxes.sihiU noises" thick un-der-Iips and coarse black hair which hangs Over their bro'wn (Sees. I heir skin is nex- ertbcless rcl'tlcr fair than durk. but appears brown in cortscrfuptice of its tihhiness and give3 out a repulsive.fatty smell vv Inch is almost insupportable to Europeans. In the southern p.ut xxe see inure slender figures more azreeahlo taces nnd muro cpiess'j t le rain filing in tmrents. limpne ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 May 1851

am- ii -11 m. f jajjij TVWranlir.1 In the N. O. Daily- Dells. TERRIFIC STORM ! BOSTON INjUNDATED. Husto.n Thursday April 17. t Our city was yesterday teiied triili terrific storm of uW and rjn. The lidD Was. driven up .to a greater lieiglit tiian ever befure known and a latge portion of the lower pan ufthe town was sub- merged. The Custom Ilobse cellars mid all the buildings on Long Wharf were inundated and ma- ny houses in different parts of the. city are greatly injured. The various railroads have Buffeted seri- ous damage by the rails having" been swept away and the imhankmciils destroyed. The Huptist Church in Charleston was blown down and a man who was passing vvaE killed in the sircet. A schoo- tier was wrecked on Chelsea beach and every bouI ou board is. believed to have perished. RECONCILIATION' BETWEEN GeS. SCOTT AND Gov. Makcy. A Washington letter in the New York Express has the following state nient: A reconciliation of differfners lias ta- ken place botwrrn Geh. Scott am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 May 1851

i ' i surii a.nu'his co:.ViXio.T5." .t-'Io President of :hr. United Strtoson To--esdny ctiinauiiiiniti'il to ihi: Senate iti jc--vmisc to u lute rr.adcsionof tint hotly a 'ortespondence k'liuni the Secretary of Slate and ntaer Ministers ol the Goverr.'inont in Trluion m the ieler.su nf Louis Kossuth .nut hi-i companions in t-ile from their run- linetncnt to IhoTiiikinh doitiink'tis noil ihcil lot.ioval tmhc United Slates l'join this (.respondent:! which. vc .ire informed is quite voluminous our llopoticr- hnve selec- ted the subjoined Lrttcts us coinpiisin:: the portion which at the present tnunc'i.t will he west inte testing to th" uubiio. 2?jc Secrtfary of Sink to Mr. fi.-.nr.u. Dcr.im jic.-ct or .Stvt:' "W.v5lllGTo Fell 22 I i.".I Sin" Ecing desirous .i Lnmr iln ..n.- n dition in uhich the I tung-irian exiles are i 'hem in a vessel charioted by him for England rind what the intention-? of the Tuikish Gov- I :""' l!at v! hi:d given to each one one ilinti-rmiii-iil nie supposed to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 May 1851

fr " I n Jj li u JLT JL it Jj Jul jli o A All JJ A jjl JJ K M " cHZj ' VOL. 8 A UKM. . Tim X..vv Kiiicketb cVer copies tfc foHiiwins iKauiifulfihn. ami a.ks'.for.he .nine of .heir - . Thcv have been aitribuud itl Bulwer bu wither juily r not tie cannot " Into inv heart a silent look Flatbed from thy carelcssjes Ami whatbeiore vias.slia.low.'.louk The light of summer skies : The first born love was m that look ; Tlit Venus ruse from out ttic Jeep Of those inspiring Pies. M life like some lone Solon" spot A spirit pisses o'er i.icw iiistmel with a glory not In c-irlh nr heacn below : cct trouble stirred the Innnlr.l spot And rf..V ili" U" "'" WP "'""S1'1' Th presence wandered o'er. Mi being ycarneiland crept ui ihine As if iu'i.nesof i"re. Tin soul li ui b.-en a part of mimi Which chimed it 'ack once more ; Thy very self no lonscr thine lint mercd in that .leli.-i'ms life Which made us one of yore ! There bloomed btot.le thee f.-niis as fair There murmured tones as swett Hut round the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 May 1851

rUJCliL:OFA tfOl'ED CiU.ULNAL. Wt. II. Thonitnij belter known as "One-eje'd Thompson" whose ntrcsl for be- ing concerned irt priming cnuiitnrfe'U' money we chronicled Monday coimufiled suicide at the Essex Market Prison4 ou Sunday night bv taking a disc" rif ncetute f itfftrphVni:. The poisoning w as discovered Sunday even- ing but Thompson fixed in ajfojty fintilsii o' clock yesterdny trfortling. Wllf-n ilie pois ningwas discovcYCdftlM ofiucrii found in Kiff eel! a tract ctitttTed "Cm yntf rite iJnp- py?" on the nfargltf T vtftich he Irnd wiiticn 'What n at range coincidence fh.it a tract or thia kind should be placed in my hinds! I ran answer affirmatively tor I have been for the last half hour under the influence ofn deadly drug." Thiinpson left a' letter direc led ta Kis wife Which being cxplfitfrrtofy c"f hid reason for suicide as Well as containing iornc suggestive and impressive ideas we give entire. It reads: . There is nothing extraordinary in mv end Prom my boyish Hay as f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 May 1851

2 U3 THE GREAT BIGAMY CASE TWO WIVES IN COCBT. We stated some days ago that Pofrr Cjostrllo Spaniard had heen arrested for maming two wives during thcycar 1830 one in Lafayette and the otlicr in this ci- "tv " The arrest was made on the com- plaint of the last wife Mary Ford and Peter was vestrrday brought before Ke- corder Genois to answer to the charge. Whrn brought into court it br-camn a matter of wonder Jumvonc legitimately iwMesscd of an exterior so rough and uti- preposscsMiuTihould cer have emerged from the impremi.Mng houndaries oi miI- gle blessedness much less have become the liege controller of two virgin hearts within the limited period of a week of months In the eye. of 1'etcr there was no mystic chaim. and coarse and terribly masculine was every feature ol his face. A sensualist Peter might icadily have l.oon ilmiitrlit. but a bisrnmWt never. s" TT " . . .. .1 r u The last wife who appeared a- tin cmci f THHNEW POSTAGE LAW An Act To reduce nnd modify the rates of post...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 May 1851

CORK ESPONDKXCG. Hnaiyri lite Comptroller f Tcxa and the Sec-retary-of the -l rcasm v of the Unite J Sfatos tela- ivujotl.cTcn Million. .Vr. S&aie mill the Sectary of I fir. 'Frcr-vry. Wamiimjtiin. Jaiiunfy 30 1851." Hon. Tkhmas Cokivjn Secretary uf the Treasury; Sir :-. Ilcfore returning to Texas it is desirable tint I should knnu'froin ihc Secretary nt thcTreas- ry the. construction whicli ill he gien to the fnl-lo-.iiiig fjtirstioRs grouiug out rf the Act iif Ciiii- g.cVs appmv.-d Sepiriiilicr JJtli. 1850 proinising t o the Stale of Texas the rttahiishmcirt 1" licr Nur- ihcin and. Western lwundarics" etc. 1st. What rule will the government adopt in order to arive at a knowledge f tliat portion of the tlelit of Texas f'ir which iluiics oti imposts wcr specially pledged in contradistinction of the residue of her debt J Aid. What plan will !-; adopted to ascertain thv nutiiUr or creditors of the description alluded o so far as lo know when all of the releases re- ferred ti in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 May 1851

LONG SHALL OUK BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE CHARLES DE MORSE EDITOR h. PROPRIETOR VOL.S CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 17. 1851. NO. 37. Nfe" " 'iw nim qm "W V B i8!? W-W-i "BS B P imj M n " ' 3.r'' JMBJjWMBB?TCMKJpMJBJMMMBJBBlMBBIMCMPWMMMMawPWMW"' y . ' ' ' ...... ' 'r i. mi i -t Hi ""'" m Br I rMMK. -. Vi- 8T c "From the Savmnah Georgian. SOUTHERN TRADE. . ;... The following table taken from the Baltic more American will show that this number of vessels which left that port for the bout n during January 1S31 is more than twice as great as were cleared during tne same muiim in 1S50. tClcaranccs from the district ofBallimoro for Southern ports during the month of Jau- uary'ISSO. jTo Charleston: : 8S&C Savannah : : : 223!!'' Apnlachicola : : Tli'-Kciy Orleans : .JW-Attakapas : : : 0 i 1 4 1 JanuarylS5l: To Charleston : Savannah : Mobile : : rApulachicola Ncw Orleans : SSlj -Marks : IStiTaugustinc : ' Li- S" .'s&ii8 MK jK 19 13 1G 1 o O 1 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 May 1851

$' .&: ijijxxir i z zszr THE CO'N'rEMhLiVTD CUBAN i xy. S (OX Movement t Va-:isvcion.--T1ic fol- riSwihjr item's relating to infor-tiaiitni ami move- jijnu's at Washington in connection -w 1 1 1 1 i!ic contenfplated Cti'mu invasion sre of in- terest. Tliif steam ftigale Susquehanna Cnpt. Aulick is ordered lo be in readiness to fiUstrutethe expedition. The Spanish MiniMer has lied a long ittatho plans ofthe Georgia branch if wo may so terneM" with llic Piesider.l on l'iklay in re-I call it of ihe revolutionists. latiun fo riie meditated 1'llack upon Cuba. Tlio Savannah paperd of the Iht inst teem The Secretary of Vnr and iht; Secretary of 'with accounts of llfcir doings in that lleigli- fiic Nnvy v.'t-ro sent for nnd remained dt: jhnrhnod. The news s.ijs liiat the city h.ul fin llic iiitervitlvv. In addition 10 instruc- for several das been full of rumors about lions to the Marshal .-Mid other offers the the exiictiition. s!iid lobe organuiiig for a vessels of the Home JMiiiad'nn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 May 1851

l Wr- ALABAMA POLITICS. The Secession Flag Unfurled in the Second Congressional District. According to Iho Montgomery Ala. papers the "Southern Rights" Convention which met nt Clnyton on tlio 2Sth lilt. unanimously nominated Wm. L. Ynncey of Montgomery as the can- didate of that patty for Congress from the -Second District of Alabama. Mr. Yancey is an ouNand-olit ilisuiiinnist goes in for immediate secession and is the author of the celebrated disunion address of the Montgom- ery Soutliorn Rights Convention. He he- longs to that class of politicians Who seem to have no other desire than to sec the Country in a continual huhhuh-who were they to obtain all the concessions and compromises they de- sire would still find other excuses to keep up a clamor 'to a class in short determined to j carry on nn incessant war agailist the uo.--crnmcut hoping that they ma) win in cne they enn bring about a dissolution of the U- iiion. It is well known that a strong streak of Rhcttism lias crent int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 May 1851

' ! &tf- T.. Vr - . - -' ' N " '- v fj SHIFTING .THE RESPONSIBILITY. VV-Ua HAitD SHELL STOUV. - "Wilc".auclt.linjrcoiirt recently in ihe adjoining cnuntyforit-uiilolplf a friend who Is liind ol jokes f alfsoYTC an.l who relates them almost as humor- tuisly as "His Honor" pave us" the following vouching for thq. substantial sub-lunar existence of the parties end ibeir prcacnt iLSuIeiico "m tbo i. count.- aforesaid.' . --. .brethren Cramp ami Noel were Infill members of the irinmtve liaptist Ulmrch ami noincievcr non- lmcn"wnopafcitcir taxes and debts as the same nnnuidy accrued with aTcgularity at once Christian and commendable. If when settling diy came found Hrothcr Noel was "short" Hrothcr Crump was sard to' lie In funds snd on the other hand it almost seemed providential how if Ilrother Crump fell "behind'' Hrothcr Noel always had a surplus. Thus borrowing from and lending to each other worshipping at the same church and liiing only a mile 3part an inlimacv gratliiaily" ripen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 May 1851

o" w -- - -M..1MjJjj!fc:-.- -iw.-MtoUv..ii'-' 3'- r--'"-- -jw " ' --'- - I'lnmsasaisssg-JL: ll?v.t.' r r.i-T..-.-.--t--ir----T---.j..:ii..r- CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. S r-wmt.ixscxMZJ ui'iiii." in i 1 IE CHINESE IN SAN FKANClsco.; San FnANcico November IS5). I'lte nninbcrofCliiiic.se in tilts cily is about! I -v hundred nntl Jjipy are among the most 1 t.-.p:ectnble jioition ol the community. in-J n Mtfioiis nltlcily. gond-nntuied nt.d veryi ... .lb. 1 have made the nrquaint.inco ol j on to a number of thfiin.nud like them excee-i iiiitamiiuui. ' T'hml always .'.upposed the Chinoso were 1 rlher a rtirioifs people clinging with grent j i laciiy t. the ancient customs of their race; j ...oreforc it wn.s n matter of no little surn'1-e oer . . i: tint ni'.inl srcoivow.th what a readiness lhe r.i.api themselves to the habits of the 'b.iibarians with whom they are thrown it: contact. In matters of the they present it curious mixture of "Oak Mall" ami the "Flowery Vmii'nn " A few- dav? since I ...

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