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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 May 1851

scsr- Z52?-?- jrri'.st of ii Divpemle iiangof Outlaws. Tin; Dclrnir Onif? Tiibuue oftheSgM inl contains the announcement of tin arrest of a notorious gang of desperadoes who h.iva for a year or more in'estSd Jack-on cn-.iiiiy Michigan and hy their lawlessness rendered tlicmsulvcs a terror to all. Wo hi icily an- nounced on S.tlifrday says the Tiilnii-.s the arrest ot a gang nfinpn in Jackson county j ."j:i"i.l-l: as ""U.'f.-.U rzzz'irrj jj. L'.it 21- ii. ' uvzl: ;?3m Kxoi.AXn It is stated that the l'ailii menlaiy Committee ofliiqniry have resolved to recommend that the Ameiicaii mail steam- ers rail at Holyhead for the purpose of re- ceiving and landing mails The schism in the Established Church is widening Th groat Exhibition is to ho opened by Her MnWty in state on the first ofM.iy hut ' i . . - - . 11 . t . i . who were organized for the most nefarious j'he public are to He oxrluilcojiniii me r.ori.-liurp-Hestha't depravity could suggest. For j ninny is over when those holding ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 May 1851

m Nation ns Irclniul to Englnnd it would then be immaterial to liim whether resistance were termed secession or revolution much like the Scotchman's definition of Metaphysics. Tiis will not do there is vast difference between tl-.c pcacctiblz secession which the disunionists all claim as a right and which if it ciisl at all may l.c exercised as much of light upon ri trivial pretence as under the weight of a gicat wron-.atid that right ol rev- olution which is a natural right and is only acted upon when the- injury is too gitevnus to be home when enduiancc reading to lie a viitup becomes a galling degindalion. The first may be a pretence ci.'ioi:( a wrong the last is born of hiwinn nature and is an in- herent instinct akin to that of self preserva- tion in the last extremity when the common law not merely of Kiigland but the lex nan seripla of the whole world allows a man to preserve himself. If Judge Evans favorrd this doctrine ofl ?. 1... .......1 ..... 1.aI- f.. .'r.1..; -?ifllt ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 May 1851

."ss JJSfv n c a s r: . PiiPTnv ivn L;"e .im.i A l.ilo n::m Iirrnf llif l."iu!ni' Ob.ii-rwj devotes two i-ol- mill!" id tin- particulars' of a hrincli of prntii- Tn cise iv'iicli was recently triril r.t EoU - "Whom I'ltrr-V.. in h-.s ire Hath b!..Med w.'i 5-v.ic fire.'' Jn plain Kncli.-ii :ih of lino..; itiHi-f.it i - chYi - and iuvi-ler.i-1- sc: ilil.lur'.i of .!..oM -i ulmrmili! iiot weigh a.... nr :r..;lM1 7..1.s .. cut doii'.j. it Rci-oulinjj to poetic mie. l't ii-i-ths that Mr Th!!ias first lit-r:i:nr ijc - (iiminloil wi'h Mis.s Uo.l.ilv at a ..ir.-.-icwhe.-e lio IiamU-:l hfr oier curo.s n--i.-!i:i! In-r to jump dili-.Iit--" can ii-il li--r p.irasol tii-H hor s'loi'-striii"-" spread Iinmlkeri-liti-is firl.Pioii he grass aiiilmnili-hi::istlfj;t-m-rally useful and jiarticularly an-enbl;:. A iiiii'.iiul niltu-h-KicrI at oiico sprung tip--this was in 1310 aiul for tin- space "f seven y :irs although Miss iJodillv's father was at Hist hostile: to Kr ?-l...l I.... ... . . r...i I 'ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 May 1851

XS&SrT. . :- ES3 TTSm 4 mm m s-a & tia kJ J tj ?4 hMa fdnM 'TS CHARLES DE MOR3E LONG SHALL dim BANNER BEtAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD Oi' THE TREE EDITOR ii PROPRIETOR 32333 l"e"3 H H H mQM ffi I Erlv ra Isssl ilP ?r- lw b. li feLsl i9 ? " KJa fcfstA Fi 9 II B I Bl o as 9 El 3 h 1x15 & 13 fc Ifla I v m r a ra I Jl t& a 33 ea pgarSa esss cia ta a g? esa espa es a ee LStsa tasi fg&r . .- . ' -t . VOL. S n vjxtjuju 'xi' cram: r i ' .vrrxciz Tllh WOULIVS l'Allt. Tlie Ijin.lna correspondent of l!io New York Commercial Advertiser w riling under date f "be 8 h irstanl ssvs "Tazi lir.mi "the stimmef of the ocean" is dailv eijctel at the Souihimptoa decks. The Suliau of the rutki-h empire has beard of the fame of the grewt xposilHn. uo& applies for formal ad- mission tur li s cotmtrv s pudl-ch; viiiiiin llie rryst it jra'ace even s: lies l.-'e ilay. sJ t sailed from On- staiitinnpl i-i the SfilH ultimo lii'3 steam frigate Tr.tBi ?.:iigonbo rdice dmiril Mi'- tap! a Tat' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 May 1851

LA I Kit F UO.U I I A VANA. By the arrival lliis morning f ihepck'onn- fcr Fairy dipt. Williams from llnvnrf.i the lStli inst. we hnvc received our lilt's: of pa- pers up to the llt!i instVjfnclusive. 4k . The news from Havana by the Isabel mentioned n letter of hirSiYilciiuna ficun Lopez to thd iriiUrfrctionaVy chiefs in Guhn. Ve have this ilncutnrnt hefoie us in full in the Gacetu of the ?th inst and us it is of intt-i-tist we give a translation. The editor of the Gaceta says the oiiginni is in his' possession and may he scerr nt tits olnco. On" introduc- ing the letter" . the Gaceta says: "We are uuihorized to publish the following document. Wc do it without Coiriiilciit of any kind; be- cause what Could wc say that would suffice to" increase the ridicule which a simple pern.-' sal must excite? It is a revelation of the in tellectual abilities of the traitor who call.- himself chief of the piratical expedition and j ol tire resources on which he counts to achieve .undies pnits sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 May 1851

k-A '? TiiEfcBA Affair. The Savannah News of.ihe Oih inst says that the slenmer.St. frtntllirws arrived from Jacksonville on the lOlIi bul brought little additional information in relation to (he late Cuban movement in that quarter. The rrleri who had rendez- voused al Jacksonville had nearly nil return ed to their homes. A small company prob- ably not more than sixty or seventy were in the neighborhood of Burnt Fort on Wednes- day last.Jand were making arrangements to return to the interior. Upwards of sjs hun- dred men had passed that poitrt within a few weeks past whose object was to join the ex- pedition. They expressed great dissatisfao lion in not being able to enter upon the ob- ject which they had in view but were all wil ling to embark uport the enterprise at an fu- ture day. They are represented as having been n fine body of men. The Indies of Jacksonville had wrought for them some beautiful banners which for tile present hato been furled and will bo pre- served for a rrio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 May 1851

-" "-5- " h& ciK.tr:?zs: Mil. L-OV.'XiNG'S LET I I'llS FROM K.NGLAA'D- rnnji the Hon.TitrLTt:riiT. I roctVTved in Loudon a note fioin the Duko of Exmoitn which li'J me nhiln I win in HeuTurdsliite to make a visit to JVoburn Jlb- .This is coSsulerrd on? of the most enm- jiletb estates nnil csinlilisitrTi'nl-f in tin: king- dom. It id fully cqu.il to Chatsworlh but quite-in another way. Chiitswoitli is .semi- continental or rather it iS'tln contcntnition 6f every thing that Europeim aft cmm do to embellish and render beautiful a great coun- fry residence. Wuhuirt Aulipy is llKiiougli- ly English; that is it docs nui aim nl beauty bo much as grandeur of extent and subsldii- tfal completeness united with the most sys- tematic and thorough rtiliiiimslr.ilinti of the whole. Besides tins it interested me much as the home for e.tcfc'lv three centuries of tho family vv hicli has adorned its high station by tho highest virtues and by an csjicci.il duvo- tlon to the interest or tbe soil Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 June 1851

charLes de Morse LONG SHALL OUR BANNER D3AVE THE BnEESETUE STANDARD OF THE FREE EDITOR L. PROPRIETOR VOL. s CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y JUNE 7. I 35 I. NO. 40 S? -? f CORRESPONDENCE. Lemsgton Kentucky. April :!0lh lsal. Dkvr Major : My last ami only letter fnrri tliis plice. was in very truth a poor alVur; and the only excuse I am able to make is that there was not much of it. This City so I ir as wealth beautiful suburbs.mag- nificcnt residences ami grounds arc concerned is certainly far ahead of any in the South or West. It was laid out in 1770 and lor many years wasic great C.lv of the West. The first newspaper in Kentucky and the second West of the Mountains was isucti iii tins place August the IS1I1 17S7 by John and Fielding Bradford. The Pittsburg G iz- etle the first paper ever published West of the mountains in ule l's first appearance on the Oth day of July 17SG. Lexington though! now no longer the City of the West. Alas for hcrCincinuati & Luuisiillc h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 June 1851

JMIt. JEtTEit-iON'S OPINIONS. . "Wo ask' aitciiiion to th-i powerful lottci" of George AY: liaudolph. Kso.. of tlusrhv nail the excellent o.tiiitrie.tits of the' Huston Post in which paper we J i...i .i. ll:.rT i'i. i. :.. 1E..1.. :..inKr1 .urn iiiu leucf. ii:uu'4ii in sum.; so-oi i.iiihui.ii we do not ag.ee with Mr. It. and regret that he Mionld have introduced lhcin to mar the beauty of llio rest of the Idler we rejoice thai he lias pla- ce.! in so strong and clear a light llic true sentiments of his illustrious grandfather. The recorded opin- ions or Mr. Jefferson and other distinguished Vir- ginia statesnicn have frequently bren vouched in support of the doctrines' ndvo'cated bv the ami-slavery parly la the Unite.. Stales. This Idler of Mr. liaudolph shows the utter f.iUity of any sni-'i con- clusion lliscnnstrjctio:; of ihe vii us! ol" Mr. Jel" ferson is i:i p-vfect: harmony as well remarks the Portsmiiilh (Ya.) Pili.t. with the evident iu.-ii-tioasof the distinguished Virginia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 June 1851

4 ttj -tl 4$ dprs nr.d the request to linvr htm arrestee1 placptl in irons nad sent lo this city or to Chagres ul lit mil hi tei.dily ihl.iliti'ii hy the nntlioiity of the Governor The Al- calde nt dingrps ul-" nihlipsspcl lellPis lo ihe auihoi -in- of those placus atliisiii;; them In the same fleet. We do not entertain n ilouht hut that this f ninth and last according; to the confessions already ninth' tif these monsters in human shape will he speedily brought to this ciljr nnd uill undergo the death which already a- u aits hi- companions in crime. Thee should hi no relaxation of eii'iitt unflagging- of in- terest on tltc part of our citizens in this in.it ler. We have seen Hip good result- which have attended their efiints to get these fiends nnd to bring tiiem to jiit 'ntid proper piini-h-iiient;lmt hicaue ue haie got these tin ce do not let us on any accniint fold our arms and go to sleep ti it'll the coi.sol.ition which thi-t circum-tatice may bring; to us while too.tlu blood o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 June 1851

Y II 1 OK !' .. From the Delia. IS StflCIDE A CRIME? A STlllNGE STOUV 1'KO.M IST.AL E1KE IN SEW ori.i:ans. When thrt great St. Ciltirlcs ficifcf was limning and the whole city was in a state of intense excitement anda!'ann .-lpptcliciisiotis lieiiiR indulged froirl tlie quaniity iifspitilisoiid burning frnffiiiciiis"v"iich were hurled in e'- ery direction by llie prevailing wiiul that the conflagratich tfniild extend iliilch Irtfthfcr hi the midst" oftKia rthscrbing pribic and con- fusion a strange nicldrc ot coolness and self possession was exhibited in the liuiitli story of one of the bui'dings directly opposite the Hotel. A poor tailor was' observed sitting on his bo aid intently minced in His avoca tion and bejiiiilinir Kis Isbor liv dnifilics" of French airs. TIic licat was so gn-nf that the houses opposile were seared and scorched and the glare of the bright flames nearly blinded all beholders; but tho imperturbable 1'itle tai lor maintained his pbsiuori.somd filiy fcSt from t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 June 1851

kl fl 3 t t M . F2 rft tr V L3 l & ufctaaggfc.'g.wvaa.B?AgMtap CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANMEK BHAVE THE DMEZE..-TUE STAMDARDJOF THE" i"REE EDITOR ii PROPRIETOR VOL. S C LA RKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 14. 1 S3 1. NO. -11 1 m ' : " " JJJ-J' ' '"""'' ' 'JT'"' QigiawamMiuijLjiMtj.mjtJ t-ITCT.Jjmr- HOW WASHINGTON WAS MADE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. FUOM 'works of joiix mums.' Ereiy post brought me letters from my friends Dr. Winthrop Dr. Cooper Gen. Jnmcs Warren and sometime.- trom Gen. Ward and his aids ai.d Gen. Heath and many others urging in pathetic tcims the impossibility of keeping their men together without the assisiinicc of Congress. I was daily urging nil these things but c were embarrassed w!h more than one dillictilty. not only with the patty in favor of the peti- tion to the King and tho party who were jealous of independence but a third paity which was a Southern and a jealousy agninst a New England ariiiv under the command of a New England General. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 June 1851

- v- 'TLF U2L. THE STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC RKPPIII.ICAN JOI'RNAIi equal kiujits ..sv..-utStrvK.ijt. A.-IL. wrjsu j.v ii cilhteiu eioijopomhs : s . .. . 7 ' ". .. - 1 mi amiable genileiirin made a ;oce!i hi our CI A PI k" Q V I ! I nddiessed t he eiuv:eii--.as he rurant to give . l-lrj v lUUw. - it i ' lown on baturdav I.I-.I. in wbieb lie bI ilmreil to " - " inim an efitctual r'i'.ing d.'nvn Up on-; . . . . SX 'PPPn . V ll""vrr it ;-t I i -.7 . his bran s content. Ihe committee nhivii exposed .-v t LUU.vl. JL Ai !t. I . i - 'served at the Same nine however to some!. . . . ' .. .. : f - it i. r i .i .t ... . I bis iiiiiciinuuct in tiie I uul oi.iee.ami alvi gave Itul .vnTislHu. I. u n. ari Col. llowanls IP.P...I s that he m.:an o j ihe .Smu.!.-.!.!. ni cw Yori. Fbiin-Miihia. mi.i coiiiint-bims-h aitogeihe.r lo strictures on .... . . .. Uotori. nctVins .t wtior. So. 57 cv.nir. itc. to? -"" "-""-- AT0 Advertising. Cr Job WtTn. :ill l-C dsne at tilk Office Oil tl Cmlit. I -rr I Slate. ICT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 June 1851

..' . wiytsj3a .tlt.) L 1 ' J-HH the public money thus unlnfully paid away for which the State never received one mo- ment's service. .This is such n ttidcdewntion firm ihe rule of right from the course a public officer should pursue ami from vvhtthe people.who contribute to the support of the government have a right to e.ipecl of their public sei van's in the disbursement of the public funds thut your committee feel bound to give it their tin qualified disapprobation. These frtcts me. proven by the bnnhi of tle Auditor's Of- fire shew-iii"- to what time (leneinl .More- bouse was paid; by the journals of tin: ctunt int.f but the vessel Herald did not Sail till 3 days ngo. I write to Shnckleford St. Co. the bundles of mutting contain about 200 yard and Is the laucy kind looking like carpet. I write to Susan the particulars; nil the stuff is directed "Col. T. SV. Ward Austin Tcihs.1' The box has 2000 parch- ment splendid. 1 will write you At length in a few tints or just betori 1 star...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 June 1851

Ftvu the Knickerbocker Jhtzazinz'. A Dvi.vg WirETO heu Husband The following ino-t touching fragment nf"n Letter from a dying Wife toiler Husband was found by him some months niter her death between the leaves of rt icltgiotis oliimo which she was very fontl of pei using;. The letter which was literally ilinr with tc.ir.ftnrka was writ- Ton long hefore the husband was aware that the grar-p of a fatal diene had f.j-toned up- on the lovely form of his wife who died at the enrly nge of nineteen: "When flits sli.il!" meet your eye dear fi. someday ivlrcn you arc tinning ner the relics of the past J .shall hae p i-eil away forever and the old vvluto stone wifl be Kee- ping its luilcly watch over the lips vou have so often pressed and the sod will be towhii green that shall hide forciSr" from vour i-lit (he dust of one who has so often nestled close to your warm heart. For many Ion" and Mccplcss nishts when nil my thoughts wcic nt rest I haro ivre-tled wilb thn nni-rimis ness of iipproach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 June 1851

ffl IT 1 r3 ciila Elfeaa -rj1urT.:;jTJi ysTTfqrv i " " ' jhjkec Exj-cSftsasasxsrxr LONG SHALL OUK ILPjlKEIl I3SA7S TEE BREEZETHE STANDARD or THE THEE EDITOR & PROPRIETOR CHARLES DE MORSE CLAK.KS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y JUNE 21. 1851. NO. 42 VOL. 3 . asj' ... i;" l& ehoO bmcs ectp C O R R E S V if n n K N cu. Lfmngton x May lUi ISJl I ;rm miserable at ' litter MIICC 1 left Ti'ns I -on in t!io tnot dt-pIi'-- itiaery Vv compr having received a P'."- in r-miseauence .f ''( ' ble slate n.f: " ' r -ru "' "'?"" ". ' . " piniciilar portion . l'. "s mono . ..;e jm. T h no i.-.e.e ii" ' i ' J'" " -V lcrs to sopot1 w. "'c as "? ir " T v lt.it fir iIl S s.iiw...ir. ..: . "c"-;. ";:.-. hliow-iiiiii -.- and ih.it :i lui" bacon tulcraMc item wilh the pioo . pcrh-t io?nI" the murdering ot L'.n; ! m- !.inin.y.un ind.vid....l credit I lie more f. or.'. .-..f-.n..-rare "Slimming !l through .. iheSinc. and 1 ? t'!ip' " opinion "" V" he Vplc f K-MiicU. will. ihe Augu-l ca- tion Pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 June 1851

lt'ruiii the Wishim-um Union. Antil 15. I&jI.I TO TH K I'lir.LlCl . . -1 Kenny ix yeais. iirn I cntno to this city to establish the itshnigton Union. This innru- inii 1 come forward .to address inv country- men for the last time as editor of a newspn- per. I eea3C nil connexion not only whir the Union but with ihu press itself with which I have been assonuted for forty-seven vcuis In passing otTtho st?ae Heave if (o the public to decide whether the actor has jdayed his arduous pr gracefully or other- wise whether he deserves tin nppl-iu-e or tlie hisses of the audience. But if 1 may j jdace an? coultilonci; :u tlie general tribute ol ! a liberal press orof-an e.xten-ive piivnle cor- .44tiri.tt1.iil..r f.. ..111. .It I ..... I . . .t..l.t .. .1 ( .. - . wi'ii. nv- i .itiii.li . tui iiiiiuiitt-ii mi sn .aany kind and cheering contiibuiions 1 Io-.h; I hare done my duly to my counlry. It f ihiy trust the voice ofmv mvn cnnsc'eirce. I '-Vow that 1 have attempted to do it. I can- not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 June 1851

l'clilicr.l .Mciolilf .1 our last. tic asi.ed llie question whether bit ter personal abuse was the necessary course uf po- litical ambition. Since that issue several of our exchanges from other portions of the State hate arrited; a. large number of them containing editori- al articles based upon the Congressional cam ass in the West reprehending the personality which char accrues it as unwarrantable and unacceptable to the people and deprecating its conliniianccuiiIes3 both contestants wish to be beaten. We are truly glad to sec this: it argues a tone of political ninr.il ly creditable to our young State. It shows too that our brethren of the press new the point as lie do that whatever is discouiteoas between gen- tlemen in ll.cir social intercourse is unfit to be ob- ti tided upon the public car and that questions of higher import than mere clonal disagreements should occupy the publis attention. The quarrel- or the jealousies cf the Candidates are minor mat- ters the great public ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 June 1851

kiKEeBiVJT..'J 4 li'iciiilion o( an Agricultural ihlival al a GREAT ksTATE 11 ENGLAND. i'Vo'si Z?iVs 'Residence ul Hie Coinlnf Lon- don' Jo. -J fwtlMti! m ISIS. . Jci.t 12iSlb. Ycstci'l'iv.j iWunioil from n is;t lo iMr. Coke of ilolkhaiii A'oifnlli county. He invited me I.i.-I j rat ; lint min- lile frcm duiie.s iiihIit nti appmnchino nego- tiation to leave London -at tii.it time 1 was forced to decline vi liicli ;:ii o me dimMe d.-nV tiro in accep'ina thisvar 1 tiit'l .1 i.iigo company the Unhe nl Ledlm.! ibe E.irl .fi .Albemarle Sir i illi.un liultiiuAii'iiH.iI bit'.' ..." ' . -. ...... ... . . .. i joy. Capt Edgcll of rbe K.n ; Mr. tteck ford of Stifiolk; .Mr. nennet of the I loti-e of Commons; the Mniq.ns of J-ii-tork. Sir John Sincl.iir Loid Iiitiiiiilun tin: 3.irl of X5rndford Lord Nn;:'iil and oilici- uhcso names J cnuiiot at this inoim nl icr.-ill O' liiy countrymen tbeio uore (joneinl Ilaiper of Maiyland; General Bold of Hilton; Mr Oliver and Mr. liiteiiti of IJ.iltiinoi'o;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1851

Jf iOIIG SHALL OUn EANNEH BRAVE THE BEECZETHE STANDARD OF THE T2EE. CHARLES DE MORSE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR fcLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 23. IS51. NO. 43. VOL. S & For tlic Standard. Social rrosress- -The language ol Arciiitecture cle. It is curious to notice the marks which individual iir pinrr nrp Tim snirit of llie 3CCS. leaves his impress on each. It lias amused me sonic little time to trace the rising republican spirit in the changes which we observe i.i ihe dwellings of the inhabi lants of the towns which were first settled bv ou ancestors in this country. I recollect as once I rode through one of the earliest settled on Con- necticut rncr which is now shaded with beautiful Elms so old that the "oldest inhabitant" cannot remember them much smaller that they are now and never iess bcautiiul ; for they are know n to have been unsurpassed in that more than a century ; I raw as the houses showed themselves betweeon their drooping branches and could almos...

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