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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1851

ni !' lAiJgimi we TITIAN'S MAGDALEN. Titian having been loaded with honor? and riches cl thb court of Chuiles V. ol Spain de- hired to behold once more his beloved Wn- ico. he nsked ami obtained lauvn to quit Madrid sii'.l preserving the title and er.iuhi- mento of Com I Painter. 'What can I do for you when kinps nnd emperors have given rou such precious pro'ufs of their esteem?' 'Allow me' ?aid Titian 'to finish the fies- cocs of the grenl council chamber gratuitous- ly nnd at tny own expense.' ' ou area vvrtrthy citizen n well as a great artist' answered tnc Doge; 'und the the senate nil! thank vou in ihe name of all Venice tor your generous olier. After the deatlt of the emperor. Titian still continued to serve his Catholic m ijesty in qinlitv of Court Paiutei: hut tiie Inquisition gave the new king so much to do and in mm inters iveic so much occupied 1:1 tiura- ing the heretics that the greni artist'- penc- nion remained unpaid ami Titnn had oflen to apply to the King hiujsuif ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1851

-r k From ike Jillanlic .Veir. Anecdote of Jerome IJoxtmnxc. Pre- xlously to hti elevation la thesoveietgnty Je rorao Bonaparte led n life or dissipation at Pa ris and was much in the habit of fiequenling the theaters and other public places of amuse inent. Hi had foitned an intimacy with some young authors at the time In vogue for their xvit and reckless gayetv. On the eveninffaf tor his nomination to the cro.vn of Westpha lia ne met two oi Ins jovial companions just as he was leaving the theater. "My flear fellows" said he "I am doligh trd to sec you! 1 suppose that you know 1 hate been created King of Wcslphaha5" "Yes sire and pctmit us to be among the first to" "Eh! what! you arcccremonious.inethinks that might pass were 1 surrounded by my couit; but at present away with form and let us be oil" to supper " Jerome upon this look his friends to one of the best lejtiirnteurs m the rahus Royal The trio chitted and laughed and said and did a thousand of those foolish things which whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 June 1851

V ar Kacmecsas: DESnauTlON OF THR.SE VESSELS BYFTRE. The l?o:nn Journal hna heon furnished by a Iriciul with (lie fullflvviit'i iiilerestinj; letter giving- llie pnrtjciilars uf ihe destruction by fire at son of three coiil-In-Jcn ships two of llitni fiom BrtIliiiiofe.il In irf account uf winch vvc publi-hcd some i!n)." fiiicc. "J'Ju vvntrr is Mrs Bate of Rallitnoic tbo wife of the captain of thq Nonaiiliiin the fiist vesi-l mentioned in the letter. It js srldorn the lot of n woiinn to pas throuj:!) s.ich n continu- ed Kcriss of tin;rr of a character so Irunp ps those recorded in Mis B.itcs'u It tier. The letter is dated B.iv "f Serhiira const of Peru Jntiuary 17 ISol and after a few lines j ol a private nature s-i: 1 mil now commence 117 narrative. Aftei tva lsf Baltimore ue proceeded on mir voy. age pieasanllv and 1 nsuio inn I neer en- joyed myself inoic Nothing ncrund to nru our enjoyment uutil wu were about in the lat- itude of the river nl.i'.te when William dis covered a smok...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1851

JL MieL kBw e& ilia e& JkJb As!! a8a eUal HeP da tSjrJIi e& H r& tiOL Jala eUs 9 CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUH BANIIEH B3AVX! TIIE BEEEZE THE STANDARD OF THE THEE EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL. S CLARKSVILLE. RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURUA Y JULY 5. 135 1. NO. 41. T r 1I n PV X T T P P ft AT V F ?vT T T 0 N I bridge the present privilege of becoming cit- 1) L M 0 I E A 1 1 b L U A 1 Ji i 1 1 U iV izen-nllI '. 0WIH!13 of S0ll among US(0hl . Haula son June Qlh ISM. The convention was called to order by Gen'l. Wn. C. Young: of Hcd River Count ; who moved ll at Col. John J. Burton of Houston county act as Chairmen pro. tern. and John K. Cravens be re-j 'tsted to act aa Sec'y. The roll of the counties was then called wnen .. . t'ie following delegates appeared and tuok their t re I JOHN E. CRAVEN'S JS. M. PEKHY GiIW W51. S.TAYLOR nat m. uunroRD j JOHNN HACAN ' 1 t.. THOMAS. 'vM. II. SPENCER W'l. C. TWITLY 1 IO.IN J. BURTON M. J. HALL V ANDERSON. i UNH. RAQAN M D. ECTOR. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1851

T LETTER FKO.M ENGLAND. London Corrcspondeno c'f ihe Daily Delia Open'mg of ike Greet World's Fair Descrip- tion oftlie Crystal Palace 7'l'ic Qnetn and Iter Court Prc'Qcssion in the Crystal Pal- Ace General xiete of the interior arrange mails and of hie articles exhibited Defi- ciency in the American Division Statuary PwreVs Greek Slare. Lu.nbd.v May 1 ISol. Eds. Delia: I hasten on the" vcrv day of lis occurrence to give you a lew details of tlie inconceivably xjorgcotts spectacle which I witnessed to-day .it'the opening nf the- "Great Exhibition of the Industry or all Nations." Having now been in London almost two weeks my memoranda of this busy clamor- ous crowded imperial city are very ample but knowing the e'eep interest 'hat must be felt by many of your reader with reference to this gigantic enterprise I thought I would give you thus early a hasty sketch of the QnccnM opening of the Crystal Palnce- lea- ving all I have to ay of this wonderful city for future communications. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1851

hf :? French bedsteads '&.c. &c. Wn must have a plain man tor Pi evident was the cry or he federalists. Well Uen. Harrison was 'nauguraicd and surrounded by a federal cab net and Congress; and what think you was ihe first ncl of the administration? Why the appropriation of an enormous sum of mo- ney to furnish the President's House! The furniture of Mr. Van Buicn was not stylish cuough for a federal President. Gcneial Haruson died peace to hismanes;and what was next done? Why an art was passed providing for the establishment of a United States Bank with a capital of (Tfty millions of dollars. The bill was ptescnted to the Pics ident the President was 'Tyler too' and lie xoted it. Ah! the monster eto! From that time forward the cry of traitor! traitor' traiter! rang thioiighont the ranks of the fed eral party. iTcre let us rctnaih the most striking inconsistency among all the mnuiner able inconsistencies ofthe federal paity. it xiW be remembered tint dining the campaign of 16...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 July 1851

LOVE LETTERS. (The following though written with ardent appreciation of beauty .seems to snvoiir mure of .1 priiip tlmltvoiild be n bnsis of :m eleva- ted anil Platonic friendship than of a love thai was fin impulse of the whole nature. The date is iarback and we hope that the imag- inative writer is by this time enjoying an ac- quaintance of mutual appreciation with the ladv of his ideal infatuation 1 Eds. Home Join Jan. 12 IS30.2.A. M. Oh! how beautiful you were to night! I cno you where I look upon this paper as I saw you an hour ago waiting for carriage nfter.the ball your oval check flushed e.iili the dunce and your eyes made soil and lan- guid with fatigue. The panting fall of that luce edging upon the furwaid round of your posture was one of motionless repose the droop of the weary head like an unli-slening lily and the forgetful parting of the lips with the snow line of the teeth showing- through .the taper arms drawing the loose folds of the shawl around your waist and the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1851

LONG SHALL CftJH B'NNEE BRAVE THE BBEEZE THTi'sTANDAED OF THE TREE CHARLES DE MORSE EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL.S CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 12. 1851. NO. 45. fc H Reminiscence of Public" Men BY AUTHOR J. STANSDUHV. ( J.oies Madison. I saw Mr. Madison for tho first time at Richmond where he attcn ded as a member of a Slate Cevcntion.asscm bled in 1329 for the revision of the Consti- tution of Virginia. You may imagine the in tense curiosity with which 1 gazed on nn in- dividual so illustrious. Among a crowd of gentlemen who entered the hall of the House of Delegates in tho Capitol where tho Con- vention was about to open 1 saw one of low- er statue than any of his compeers sdender and delicate in form -dressed in a suit of black not new and now dusty from travel with a hat distinguished by the width of its brim nnd its total estrangement from the fashiona- ble block of the day; in aspect grave yet mild;iu air and carriage perfectly simple and unassuming; of lig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1851

0 $ CORRESPONDENCE. Lfsington Ky. Juno IGth 1651. Drill Major : Dccasionally a stray paper or letter from Texas leaches me ; butihey are generally tillainotisly an- cient and only serve to assist memory somen lial in the recollectmn of names ana places. nicy are al- ways acceptable. 1 see liy tlie Western Texas pa-i pers that the contest between Col. Howard and Gen McLcod tvaxeth warm as they approach the Ides of August. Now In the name of llnukimi vihat lias the Santa lie Expedition to do in the elec- tion between those gentlemen. Will Mime of the newspapers of Tesas who advocate their respective claims upon the public inform tlis people what ef- fect the Santa Ke Expedition has had or may have upon their future course in tne Congress of the United Slates of North America ? Perhaps that omnipotent emnicicnl ?nd omnic'ulLcl journ.il the Galveston News can throw some light upon this subject. The Democracy in this Slnte arc mining cround everv dav. & it ('own as a fact thai Dreck-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1851

K (hey hope to wipe out the prejudices in the minds of tho mass of the people against their former political career and to induce the be- lief that old party organizations have been dissolved and abandoned. But let it not be forgotten that wliii'ij these cunning gentle- men reason thus they arc still as resolutely opposed to nil the principles and polisy of these distinguished democrats as ever tho fed- eral partisans were who daily assailed and libelled them during their respective adminis- trations. Were.cither of these eminent tricn nov living and acting a conspicuous part on ilie same principles thai he contributed to es- tablish and enforco the whig party would de- nounce and defame him in the same remorse- less spirit of detraction with which it now carps at every prominent democrat. Peculiar circumstances have arisen to plrtc'e the pres- ent administration in a condition some" hat extraordinary and embarrassing A large portion of the active whig party has seen fit to enter in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 July 1851

.$&- l'rom the uliio JJemocral. 'SASI HOUSTON AND FELIX HUSl'dN ; Or The Strusslc of Will. nnJ llie Coiitct of Eloqucucc. it ivas in tho winter of 1S3G 7 and the anny of Texas lay encnttiped on n beuutiful prairie on (he banks of the La Baca. The rnemy had befcn driven beyond the Rio Gran- de and tho ''Lone Star" shone in peaceful triumph over the new born Republic. But although the clouds of war had for the time disappeared new and fearly difficulties pre sented theselves to obstruct and retard the effective establishment of civil government. The' wild and unsettled condition of Texas; produced by her alternative struggles with the Mexicans at ono time and with the Indi- ans at another had fostered in the hearts of her people a passion of war and a distaste for the cahn and the laborious pursuits of civil life. Ambitious and chivalric adventur- ers had rallied around her standard with impatience for an opportunity to render some signal Service to the young' Republic and to pain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 July 1851

ORTH CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL dOTt BAIIITfiB DHAVS THE BHnEZETHE STANDARD Or THS FKEE EDITOR k. PROPRIETOR VOL. S CLAltKSVILLE RED IUVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY" JULY 19. 1851. NO. 46. THE MUM . A M - ft. FETCHING WATER FROM THE WELL. Early on a sunny morning while the lark was singing sweet Came beyond the ancient farm-house sound bf lightly tripping feet. Twas a luwly cottage maidenjgoing why let young hearts tell With her homely pitcher laden fetching water from the well Shadows lay athwart the pathway all along the quiet lane. And the breezes of the morning moved them to and fro again .O'er the sunshine o'crthc shadow passed the maiden of the farm. With a charmed heart within her thinking of no ill nor harm. FJcasant surely were her musings for the nodding leaves in vain Sought to press their bright'iting image on her ever-busy brain. Leaves and joyous birds went by her like a dim half-waking dream And her soul was only conscious of life's glad- dest summer gleam. At the old Ja...

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

a CORRESPON.DENCE. LoPisrittc June lOih 1S51. Mr. rorror.j 1 commenced to give you an account uf my jour- ney from New England last summer circumstances interrupted tlie conlKiintion uf my relation of it af- ter mvjumal at Columbia Penn : you might sup- jjfuo 1 w aSwasl.eJ away in tlio fiends cni-scquent nfler the excessive rain which had rendered it so tincorafortabfc. AYhilo waiting fur tlie cats to he strange. I walked out. (though it was still rain- ing and vprf muddy) to tlie biidgc which w..s near where tindi r cover 1 toiri a sketch uf the scenery dow n the river which has nut here the grand fea- tures 1 have ecen on many uf ocr streams but urs magnified t in its beings wtillen by ibe inluitatics. to Jiiotc than its nsnal full banks. " It went pouriti" lit-rcitli me a thick clayey torrent Iieiring along trees ol large s".sc which had bec n uaMicd from its hanks. Oi: little skiff Keeps its pl-.ee m the river hut is utnlle to come up ngain't the stream. Its ulike.sr.il is sprea...

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

$r firm iolid substantial resistance to tho ex- tension of Slavery if nny 8Uch place ever ex- Vi" ited it was the Lord knows where. I do Hot. Iin DENOUNCES COUOH-FACES. Gentlemen when seveml Northern mem bers of Congress in J8I3 voted in faor of the so called Missouri compromise ugmnst x the known will of their constituents they wete culled "dough-faces." For my port fellow- citizens I am alraid tlir.t the goiieiuUnii of uough-faces will be as perpetual as Ihe gene- ration of men. In 1S14 us wc all know Mr. Van Buren was a candidate for the Presidency. Eut he lost his nomination nt Baltimore and as we nowlcnin ftom a letleV from Gen. Jackson to Mr. Butler ivlr. Van BuienV. claims weie FUpcrseded solely because alter all the South jp thought Ihal the great question of nuaeatiuii might be tnoicsnftly li listed to Southern than to Noilherti linnds. Now we all know that the Northern puition of the democratic part wns favorable tatlie election of Mr. Van Bu- ren. Every m.in 01 that paity...

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

'? S ' T- -. -J. - -- -TT- "5 I ?5? v ncttdss iiUuiptL'Icr tnr iho jn-nple orEnsteni: Ttwni nhd'olilninid their notes for my ser- vice? nmnuit.titi'- to more than ten thousand I'.dllorr tiliich 1 subsequently surrendered without payment under the impulses of a youth iul generosity on account of tlio emlmrrnss- fcd condition of that fronlier;t!mt I afterwards L.e'cBthe the n-ent of those people am! trav- elled several thousand miles without cotnpeti- fationto secure their lands to themi nnd that after unceasing effort. prolonged for four years I finally succeeded liy procuring the passage of the law of 18til. of which 1 va the author; that Uuriup that time I comliatled and ilefcntctl the httemptsof a foreign million nry company to purchase their homes ncr their head" and thus saved to the country inoro than twenty millions oT ncrcs of land when by allowing them to he sacrificed I might have realized tor myself a large fur- tune l.y nccr-pting the offer whir.li was made io me by the c...

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

RTHERN --- CHARLES DE MORSE LOKO SHALL OUH BANKER SHAVE THE BRfiEZETHE STAMDAHD Or THE FI1EE EDITOR it PROPRIETOR VOL.8 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 20. 1851. NO. 47. M i A il JJ J& JJL J J i 7 mAjBPtgJnl -? Ii - ... i Lii.i.. rr-j ... n ... -i --ff ff - nnm mj j " ii v j '"''""' "' ' - A TOUCHING INCIDENT. I went one night to spc a comedy. The chief nctnr was a favorite one the thentin n small provincial one was very crowded. Tho curtain drew up and amid a hurst of applause the hero of the piece made his nppcarace He had hardly uttered twenty words when it truck mo that spmcth.ing strange was the matter with him. The play was a bolster bus comedy of the old school and required considerable spirit nnd vivacity in the actors to sustain it properly; hut in this man there was none ho walked and talked like a pcr- Bon ia dream; his best points he passed o- ver without appearing to perceive them; al- together he appeared quite unfitted for the part. His smile was ...

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

wris Mm crqat subject eTcr concealed from tlw nvjuisitivo eye of roan. Tliere i no hone thai a Invard shall hereafter duj into these fiel.lv and in t'onoj places una mseiiptions throwing light on nepnst. ''Among the more ancient work"" says a careful observer thoro is not a single edifice nor Oy rivers which prove the oxUlanrc informer agoe. uf a hmltUng c;inpQ;cil of imperishable- im- twsl. No fragrant of a culamn nyr a brick nor a eingla hawa done largo enouglcto Ihto been in- orporaVvI into a wall haa been discovered. The uuly ielicS which remain to la3aine curiosity are composed of odrth.' InJian delegates have pistol through here on their way to the seat of government but no truli- lion had been retained hy them of lhee mounds ; anil they saw (perhaps wisely) with m ie Interest a nipo terry across the Ohi river. In their annse- rncnt they talked to each other wiih unusual vol- libthty. "What do they say"' asked a (rentlenian who was allowing then every thinj llutcoald in- teres...

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

hr & ls I -"-s- " Fccitive Slaves i Canada. At the Anti-slavery Convention at Syracuselast week a gentleman stated that he. had re- cently returned from Cannda and while there" had ascertained from inquiry and observation that there are at the present time 20000 slaves there; of which num- ber 5000 had arrived since the passage of the fugitive slave act. He represented them as being in destitute circumstances the few schools established there lor tlicii benefit being in a ruinous and dilapidated condition and of no benefit to the slaves or their children; and was anxious to raise funds for them. There were several fu- gitives in attendance at the Syracuse Con- vention some "who had been to Canada and others who were on their way there and appeals were made to the members to subscribe something in their behalf but the proposition did not seem to meet with favor. Frederick Doinrlas said there had been several hundred thousand dollars already raised for the school for the fusii- ti...

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

33Ecrxc3sri3C; tsz Bfiaaggv?t:sejT .' v fci From the Gazette and Democrat THE DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. As nn exponent of the Republic school of politics and the true principles of constilu- liqnul construction the Democratic Review lias no rival in this country. On nil the great questions which have ngitatcd the public inind since the dnyaof Gen. Jacionn the .Re icv has evfeV occupied radical Democratic ground. From the very otij-in of the hIuto. ry question it has never failed to detinuncc without tBensiirb or mercy the impostors and pretenders who have sought to interpolate in to the Democratic creed the pnUonous and fatal dogmas of free -soil ali'd abolition From the very first the Van Rurens the Butlers and the Dixcs have been exposed in their in- famous attempt to destroy the Democratic party and dissolve the Union in consequence bf the selfish and corrupt suggestions of ilia- nppointed ambition. Strict construction of the Conslhulioii and a sacred and constant regard for the rights ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 August 1851

r.-y -NKs " BSaU't-Z Z.lFi.Ai b9 Ili'llM 'mm i ...l.. i -nuiiMaw.ummimi hm ' Iil''ia "-" "J""1 ' ...i - aaaMa mmmib h im rmn i .hjiuummiiimiihiiiii i u hi' ihi -in ar i .n-m-tTAnxui muj i.jij-aj CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHAtL OTJH BAHKZS BHAVS TUB BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FUEE EDITOR U PROPRIETOR VOL.8 CLARK SVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 2. 185 i. NO. 43 B9S33SBBPi LJsiiijij.mgmuj.-jfcjE3as ?53CtK3Z I rom the Baltmioru Patriot. SnPPPh of On. TVfltMv Tbomilffln. Of SO. .Pa Al tkt Dmncc of the Maryland Ifhlorical Soci- . - - . S - . .. . tly.jonlhc lUll.vj ."lay. . The lion. John Barney introduced Gen. Thorjipson with tho filloving remarks- At this eventful moment when every heart vibrates in quick pulsation from the i fty peaks of the Rocky mountains to the Atlantic and Pacific oceans with praj era foi the ! mon it n m .-it appropriate to welcome to w - ard & distinguished son of tho South u Lnion man a Southern patriot nlwnjs sU .ist in 1'ieiaitli; and hete peiitu...

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