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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 January 1856

t VOL.16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 185G. - NC 49- WBwwwBMMwwiwwwiwwaiwwwww wwi wwwwwwmiMMWwiwii.Hiiwx.'.T'i," u : 1 jjLi.'.i mujwmwiijwwnj..i. miM wn wcira wwij mj .y .n.. nwiMiimiiw hji. mill i.i-ijj, iuji i niwiii i I. TO THE PEOPLE. IT is well known that nevojs or sick head acre, ii not only common disease in the Wcs em country, but that it has been considered incii able. Such an anomaly, indeed, have medical men believed it to be, that an effort even to relieve t rarely attempted, and en endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations n part, have induced rue to try in my own prac tce a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United States, which I am pleased "to say, dm, in nearly every instance, either prevented a paroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cnred the the disease. Until recently, the medicines com posing the prescription, though known, and sepa rately used for hundreds of years; have never been understood or appreci...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 January 1856

GLASGOW WE E K L Y T I ME S i.. i - "if M.ATFORM8 OF HESRS. EICHABLSON AND FULLER, CANDIDATES FOR SPEAKER. From the Congressional Globe. Mr. RiobabdioA. Mr. Clerk, gentle men have ohoien, by written interrogato ries, to inquire into the political opinions of gentlemen who have been voted for upon this floor in relation to question past, pres ent end future. I know not, and, care not, whether the object ii discussion here or somewhere else. I hold them to the issue presented to me, and I shalt tndeavor to an swer their questions as fully, freely, and frankly as may be possible. I now send to the Clerk's desk the ques tions which have been propounded to me. and I ask that the first of them mny be read. The Clerk read the first question, as fol-fows: Question propounded by Mr. Zullicofer to Jur. jiicnartison. "Am I right in supposing that the gentle men from Illinois Mr. Richardson rrgnrds the Kansas-Nebraska bill as promotive of the formation of free States in the Territo ries Kansas ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 January 1856

G L A S G O W WE E K L Y T IMES THE. GLASGOW TIMES. Ptjp&ISHED KYEET THURSDAY M0KN1KQ BY CLARK H. GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, - INfAItlAItLYIM ADVAM'K. Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for.J) ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at the usual rates. A liberal discount to Yearly Advertiser!. JOB WOEK Of every description promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terms. AuiTTsT V. B. Palmer is our authorised Agent Id New York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bobdman, Linneus. O. II. Burckhart, Huntsvilte. Wayland fc. Co., Roanoke. Tnos. O. Sharp, Bloomington. Jamks Flore, Middle Fork. J. H. Penny, Penny's P. O. Powell . Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. . W. J. Horsley. Keytcsville. G. II. Hubble, Trenton. Postmaitcrs generally are requested to act s agents. (5" All spents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. ' GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, January 31, 135G. Look for the X. Across (tltusX) immediately bef...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 31 January 1856

UK.it J. jnmjnnu G L A S G O V W E K K L Y TIMES LITTLE AT FIRST, BUT MIGHTY AT . ; .. LAST. Y CHABLEt MACAT. A traveller through dusty road Strewed scorns on the len, And one took root end sprouted up, And grew into a tree. Love sought its shade at evening time, To breathe its early vows, And Age was pleased, in heats of noon, To task beneath its boughs; , The dormouse loved its dangling twigs, The birds sweet music bore, It stood a glory in its place, A blessing evemore 1 A little spring had lost its way Among the grass and fern; A passing stranger scooped a well, Where weary men might turn. He walled it in, and hung with care - A ladle at the brink He thought not of the deed he did, . But judged that toil might drink. He passed again and lol the well, By summers never dried, Had cooled ten thousand parched tongues, ' And saved a life beside 1 A dreamer dropped a random thought; 'Twos old, and yet 'twas new A simple fancy of the brain, But strong in being true; It shone upon a gen...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1856

, , -r " -" ,r 7" " -T J - - ft ; CLARK II. GREEN, DITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 185G. NO. 50: is- TO THE PEOPLE. JT ii well known that nervous or sick head ache, i r.ot only a common disease in the Wea era country, but that it has been considered Incu able. 8uch nn anomaly, indeed, have medical n believed it to be, that an effort even to relieve is rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations n part, have induced me to try in my own prac tice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United Slates, which I am pleased to say, Das. in nearly every instance, either prevented a &aroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cured the IK disease. Until recently, the medicines com posing th. prescription, though known, and sepa rately used for hundreds of yearsjhave never been Understood or nnnreciatedascombined and applied to the cure of Hrroii ditcowe. The question so often asked for ce...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1856

GLASGOW W E E K L Y'V I M E S ST From the Baltimore Patriot. Inherent Strength of Republican Imti tionv. ' . t)ti rtf the lessons wlitch the World lias yet to fully learn it Tort-oil appreciation of (lie inherent strength if Republican in dilutions, especially WTiert those instiliitioni sre based fipfm tire most democratic impul ses of -equality, end sustained by a sufficient timotirnVof intelligence among ths masses to fhfrnVn ft tecnlral or balancing power, which btinga Wok the erratic, controls extremists d maintains the whole structure in equi librium by what is generally described in the suggestive term of conservatism, but which tin its Extended signification may be taken to mean the common sense, the intel ligent thought, the educated control, the pa triotism, and the loyalty to right, of the peo ple. ' The people of thrs Country have been deemed by those of Europe, to put too high a value Upon their form of governmont, to rely too strongly upon its stability, and to -calcula...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1856

7 'SB -WW, l";" WSsurslWWWVrw'itsi .. ft 1 1 UBLI8HED KYJKBT THURSDAY KORITISO BY , CLARK H. ORE EN, At One Dollar per Annum, . IWAItlAHLVH ADVANCE. ("Subscriptions promptly discontinued at the .extiitalion of llic tune paid for.jgl AD VERtTjIKENTI Iwicikd at the usnal rate. A liberal discount to , ...,, Yearly Advertisers. , i JOB WOSS Of every description promptly executed at sltort notice, on reasonable terms. . a7j 7? NT H: T. D. Palmer i our nuthorised Agent In New York, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linneus. U. H. liuftCKiiAKT, Huntsville. Wayland & Co., Roanoke. Thoi. O. Sharp, Mlnomwgton. James Fi.ors:, Middle Fork. J. H. PltKNY, Penny's P. O. , Powell &. Co., Cambridge. ; W. A. Winov, Marshall. W. J. HonsLr.Y, Keytcsville. O. It. Hubble, Trenton. (9 Postmasters generally are requested to act u airents. 8"A11 agents are requested to remit by mail whenever they have convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, February 7, 1856. Look for the X ' A cr...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 7 February 1856

G L A S G Q Vr W E E:K;L Y' Td M Si. TSX SESST HBAHT. Ti well to merrj heart, However short wt stay) ;' . -, . a There wis&mtt in merry heart, Whata'ir ifca world may eey. Philosophy may lift iti head AnJ find out many flaw, ' 7 But give in the philosopher - That' happy with a atraw. If life tut bring u happiness, It bringt Ui.Ve are told, What' hard to buy, tlio' rich onei try With all their lienpt of gold; Then laugh away, let olliert ay Wlule'er they will of mirlhi Who laugh the moat may truly boait He's got the wealth of earth. There1 beauty in the merry heart, A moral beauty, too It ihowi the heart' an honest heart, That's paid ench man his due; . And lent a share of what' to spare'. Despite of wisdom's fear, ' And make the cheek less sorrow speak, The eye weep fewer tears. The sun may shroud itself in clmild, The tempest wralh begin; It finds a spark to cheer the dark. Its sunlight is within: Then laugh away, let others say Whnte'tr they will of mirth; Who laughs the most ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1856

1 K'.Vl 'f : .!.' ;" 'rvr i ..!.., ... ir ii ii. 1 M I j mm a a as, li li es CLARK H. GREEN, DITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. : mmm id psls toil jsurrffiL m skml ifmlism ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, IKVAR1ABLY IN AKVAfcCF. VOL. lGr GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 185G. NO. 51. ., TO THE PEOPLE. JTiiwell known that nkiivous or sick hiac ache, is not only a common disease in the We- crn country, but that it has been considered incu able. 8uch nn anomaly, indeed, have medical n believed it to be, that an effort even torelievt Is rarely attempted, and on endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations n part, have induced me to try in my own prnc lee a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United Slates, which I mn pleased to say, nas. in nearly every instance, either prevented a laroxyism, relieved it when formed, or cured the he disease. Until recently, the medicines com posing the prescription, though known, and sepa rately tiled for hundreds of years;hav...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1856

G L A S G-O -W WrE E K L Y T I M E S JXECTIOH OF BPEaKEB-HOW TA8 DOSE. IT House Mr, Smith of Temwrsee, said tliat trail! heretofore; voted against the plurality nK As lh vot yesterday in tlicated some chance of electiiir; to (he Speak rship a nan who wu sound on national views, he now offered a resolution to that effect. The House Termed to table it by ten majority. The resolution was then adopted; yeas 113, rmys 104. Mr. Orr unconditionally withdrew his name as the Democratic caucus candidate probably fot lira concentration of greater strength on hvs colleague, Mr. Aiken. Mr. Boyce moved to rescind the plurali ty resolution, but the motion was tabled, by 117 to 101, (apptartse.) Mr. Jones, of Term , referred to the terms of the resolution that if no election is made by a majority in the next three trials, that the candidate receiving the highest vote en the fourth ballot shell be declared Speaker, and remarked that the republicans were drilled end ready for the contest, and in or d...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1856

t fllE GLASGOW-TIMES. i VBUIHKD XTXKT THTOBDAT HOSXHtO XT CLARK H. GREEN, .7 , At One Dollar per Annum, (tySubtcnption promptly discontinued at the ,., txpiraxion of Hie urns paid ror.-y advbktTsxxxhti inserted at tb usual rates . A liberal discount to Yearly Advertisers. J0Bw"0KK Of svsry deicription promptly executed at short notice, on reasonable terma. A II F. IV T 1 T. B. Pa intra ia our authorised A cent In New tr L Tl Til - . I I . iuri, ouguiii una i uiiaueipma. C. Bordman, Linneu. 8. H. Burckhart, Huntsvill. Wayiakd c Co., Roanoke. Thos. G. Sharp, Bloomington. James Flore, Middle Fork. J. H. Pehky, Penny's P. O. Powell at Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson, Marshall. W. J. HoasLEV, Keytesville. O. H. Hubble, Trenton. tTPostinasteri generally are requested to act as agents. ICAll agents are requested to remit by mail wnenever iney nave convenient amounts. GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thursday Morning, February 14, 1856. look for the X- A cross (thui X) immediately before the name, signifies...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 14 February 1856

4 GX A S G OjWc M E? E K I7Y( 07 I M E. IS IT ANYEODY'8 BUSINESS I ( I it nybftfy'i business) . . I. I If a gentleman should choose, j , . T wait tipcfl Imlyt t r i ! ; t v ' If ,l!ie 4adj dort'l i(u I i 2 ! Ortp ipeuk lilllo plainer, j Hint the meaning w may know, , , . it it anybody e business, . ( U lady have boett : , .' Whether ereet or whether small,. li it uy'jody' Wiriest Where tnat person meant Jo call r ... ' Or If you no person At ne't culling anywhere, ' . . Is it any of your business j Whul hia business nioy be there t . '.The substance of our querry ., ' . Simply stated, would be this: la it anybody' business ' " ' ' ' : ,u What Another' business UP If it is, or if it isu't, .. , There are some who make it so. j If it is we'll join the rabble, "' - And act the paltry part .... " Of the tattlers and delamers, . Who .throng 1he public mart; . ; But if not, we'll not the teacher, . . Until each meddler learnt ' : ' t It were better in the future, To mind btajWvn concerns....

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1856

n. v i , , . , ,., ,, , , , ,., , . : ... ,, , . ... , .,., , ,""," '. 1 ;" ;" t"1",'" t ; '".v.1 ' " ', '"'',,; ... ' u,i " " -" , ", 1 - VOL. 16. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1856. NO. 52. -I - , 41 v !! Hi 1 ' TO THE PEOPLE. TT I well known that nervous or sick head J. ach a, it not only a common disease in the Wes rn country, but that it has been considered incu rable. 8uch nn anomaly, indeed, have medical en believed it to be, that an effort even torelieve it rarely attempted, and an endeavor to cure it, till less frequently made. These considerations n part, have induced me to try in my own prac ice a prescription from a distinguished physician of the United States, which I am pleased to say, nas. in nearly every instance, either prevented a paroxyitm, relieved it when formed, or cured the the disease. Until recently, the medicines com posing the prescription, though known, and sepa rately used for hundreds of years; have never been nderstood or appreciated asc...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1856

.' G LA SGO W W E E K L Y " T I M E S an Saturday, in reference to llie power of Congrass over the subject of slavery in the Territories. He assumed the precise osi tion in regard to that milter that is held by the great body of Whig in Missouri, with whom I hSve heretofore acted, 'and wlio have, on that account, been denounced by tlief 'Atlininlslrat ion Democrats of tliut Slate s Free Soil Whig.. I whs glad to see the gentleman from Illinois take that posilion, and I thank him for it. It either vindicates those Whigs of Missouri, ond relieves them from tbnt odious charge of Free-Soilers, or it commits the entire Administmion party to it. ' - i The sbject of the Administration is Eith er to ubsorb all opposition in the South into its own ranks, or to drive thai question into the arms of the men of the North, that it may thereby be brushed nt home, and thus the whole pulilical power of the Sauthbe solidified on the basis of the support of the Administration; and thus would they es t...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1856

' mn.nw . mmM "J . i. . .. il!'-'.LL-5i..'Ll J!L J. . J . . ' n ! jmm I i , . I i-Jrr r-Jl rrs: A Se-ISLSWtSft'ljgiSSjLaiUSUCJSaSSl I " -J SlJ Se KM G L' A S G; O W J -WE E K L Y T MfE S V ( I i Iff. 0- ' V-' " K I: I 47 1 "4 u n: fit v.. THE GLASGOW TIMES? VBLIIHEDETEEY THUK6DAY HOKHIKQ BT CLARK H. GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, IIVAniAisXlft ADVAKCK. Subscriptions promptly discontinued at On expiration of the time paid for.J ADTSSlTsiMltTB lMiri4 at tin usual rates. A liberal diicount to , , Yearly Advertisers. 0BW0Br Of every description promptly executed at ihort notice, on reasonable terms. a'cITSTtTj "7 T. B. Palmer is our authorised Agent in New ' Tork, Boston and Philadelphia. C. Bordman, Linneus. O. H. Burckhait, Huntsvill. Wayland k Co., Roanoke. ' Taoi. G. Sharp Bloomington. ' J amis Flore, Middle Fork. " J. H. Pekky, Penny's P. O. ' Powell ft Co., Cambridge. W. A. Wilson. Marshall. - . W. J. Horslky, Keytesvitle. G. H. Hubble, Trenton. ("Postmasters generally are reques...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 21 February 1856

4. A G.L A S;G O W.i W E E K-L Y OT I'M'E S'.' as s. f r V. Wliatny be awn I Ti-eler, often have I tn tliee, v - '. In each hour of tli day ' v Vhen th v Qvlinu purple . J 4Vhen (he dawn waslreoking grny .f". . ' I havt seen the climb (he hill-top, t ;; Through the city through the Lamlct " , In the tunnhine inj the rain; And I ruin would learn orthei , . .Traveler! what thyjinme moy b- "1 m lie whose mission sends , Wandering up and down tie land, O'er the forest-mantled tnot'itain, By the booming ocean'sJtraml; O'er the hill along the .alley . Through the hamlet, through (he town, Constant to my gloriot mission, . I go wandering up and down, And I'll tell thee, who I am, BtOTON'a auccEisoa SAM." Traveler! I have seen thee patting By the lordly palace door; I have secrvlliee gently knocking At the (Killing of the poor. yKiuAch ome new evangel, d rebuking ill? i glorious mission riving to fulfill? Tireless wanderer, tell to me, - What this tank of thine may be. "Ti in myriads or bos...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1856

t4 A, ... . 3 i ...I w ' """ 11 " ' "" i nnMnn i - ' ; -: III WHIM HUM'S) IJIfIJ'MaJeaia1Masa. " ' rv , r ; i . i ... B L113 I1L-J 1 LJ ILL' " ' ! J ! JJ i !! r- ' ' L L--' bi .A Ric- n on F.F.N. ) K ' 1UU AND PBOPBIKTOB. J 1 r il i II ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. GLASGOW, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, . FEBRUARY 28, 185G. NO. 1. J f iHTD( THU, PEOPLE. ? I f"Ti well known flit mvoc or iick hud- ' 4- ACM tt I Batnhlv iinmmnn flia in th W.l. if ""y l;utlhtit hu been eonidered incu i orbl. lohi.n anoreslv. Indeed, have medical I mi blvtj it to be, that an effort even torelieve k n ran if attMnpted, and an endeavor to cure it, till em ttecijrnl t made. Theae comiderations SMITH'S HOTEL, . GLASGOW, NO. m. - ..MJtnH;vmeA tins inAiipd a lnrie and jj iiie umrei.iLi"- -r" s J Mn.mn.limn Hotel between Second ana Third, and Market and Howard streets, in tlm public cannot, by ob.arv.ng proper caution, be im- posed upon. . , , ,,.! ' it. i,. . Lexington; John T. Norris, Independence, Ga...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1856

G L A S G O W W E E K L Y. T I Ivi-.E S Missouri If embers Their Course on the Election of Speaker Sir. Lindley PoiiUOB." I ., Corrrsponect of The Times.. J JS ' - , Wasmroto:, February 9,1856. Being an oUMiue Whig myself, I. have ob served with ns small degree of interest the courso of the Missouri Whig members du ring the long' find arduous contest for a Speaker of the House of Representatives. f "may toy witn perfect confidence, that Ihry ire popular and influential, and. always alive not only to the interests of their constituents, but to those of the country at large. They are to be relied upon in ull conflicts with sectionalism, I have heard several effurts of your im mediate representative, the Hon. James J. Lis duet, end have been pleased with hit manly end independent course. I have now before me his speech defending his po sition in regard to the Speakership, deliver ed under the trammels of the ten minutes rule and all the disadvantages bf an excited and restless House, H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1856

1 imuwim.ii mi." G L :A S Q O W.lIEE K L Y c T. I -M E S . VBU8RID IYEBT f HUB8DAY HORKISO BY A CLARK H. GREEN, At One Dollar per Annum, KrTAniABMr llfAPTAMCE. "Subscription promptly dicontlnud at the ... expiration of Indira paid tor.jgj ASVEftlTsXHZfftl lasertad at lb usual rates. A liberal ditcoant to Yearly Advertiser. fr every description promptly executed at ihort notice, on reasonable term. T. B. pAtwia is our authorised Agent In New i Donon ana rnusueipme. C. Bordman, Llnneus. G. H. Buckhabt, HuntivUU. , Waylard ft. Co., Roanoke. Tho. O. 8haf, Bloomington, . Jamt Flohi, Middle Fork. " J. H. Pcnny, Penny' P. O. '' Powell ft. Co., Cambridge. W. A. Which, Marshall. W. J. Hobslkv, KeytesvIU. ' '" O. H. Huiilc, Trenton. ("Postmaster generally art rtqtiesled to net m arema. ' All events are requested to remit by mall vnenevtir tney nave convenient amounts. s GLASGOW, MISSOURI. Thuriday Morning, Ft bruary 28, 1856.' , look for the X- A cross (thuaX) immediately before the name, sig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 28 February 1856

i r . i ' V ' 6 (1 O NATIONAL AMERICAN, PLATFORM. , At s regular meeting .f the' National Council of the Amcaiean Party, begun nnd held at Philadelphia on the 9ih of June 1855, die following was adopted as Tho Platform and Principle! of the Or-. . . ganizMlon. ; I. The acknowledgment of tjiat Almigh ty Being, who Utiles over the Universe, who preside over the councils of nations, who cuiuluols tho affairs of men, and who, in every step by which we have advanced to the- character of nn independent nation, ' has distinguished us by some token of Prov idential ngency. - lit The cultivation and development of a scntimei.t of profoundly intense American feeling; ol passionate attachment to onr coun try, its history and its institutions; of admi ration for the purer days of our national ex istense; of veneration lor the heroism llinl precipitated our Revolution; and of emula tion of the' virtue, wisdom, and patriotism that framed our constitution, and Erst suc cessfully applied its provis...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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