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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 September 1851

THE STANDARD vA DEMOCHATlC MIPUBLICAN JOURNAL AiltoOallns EQUAL RIGHTS PRiNCIPLESBEFORE men A9D OPPOSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOLIES CLARKSV1LLE : SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 0. ISS1. V. U. I'ALMtR i t!ie nntliorizril ngrut fur the Sianilaru. cf Xevr Turk I'hilmlclplila nail Sultan K. W. Wilcr J'o 57 Camp iit-rci. farYcvr Orlcauii i No Advertising or Job Work will be done fat this office on a credit. Terms of Standard. Znglc ulrcrIpiiou. lu ntl nitre $3 00 Club often c-iu-ti - - - - 2 So . twenty ' ----- 2 OO C'utav. The intelligence from Cuba is of the most piti- fyiajj character The Patriot! bate so fir been eve- ry where successful. The spirit of liberty so long crushed hy the Iron hand of Spanish despotism ha at lea; the Gem perch er mcdois of Spaniib power. The jealous power of Spain Jiaa iir.liLitu fastened upon Cuba a des- potic tyranny without match and without parallell in the anna's of the world. lint now that atone cut witbout bands fiotn out lhe mountain (The spirit of liberty) i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 September 1851

1 Ptalt J" Hark a auick and increasing fire in -front of our direction of mnrch vs a ncwvsignnl of action. Our brig- ade was in advance of the column. The Rifles as light infantry had scattered themsolves forward as skirmishers over the fields flnnkinjr our march ahd my regiment was the first heavy infantry of Hie vanguard. As soon as the tiring "va heard in our ranks more than one voice shouted" The "Rifles arc engaged and will be cut toreices !" and soon a staff officer without drawing bridle stmg out his orders nt the gallop " Forward the first artillery !'' and at a double quick ihr men trailing arms 'be first went for- ward to mingle in the fray. And here let me intfcrweave a word of explanation and critirjiin. This was a grievous" error and was mflM. fatally nt- oncd. Less than a mile bclure us anu fhe hundred yards apart lay the convent and Mc-de-pont of Churiibhsco 50 nnm- de from the little river flowing in their rear of which the Intter is the guard. "Xtm- Worth after taki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 September 1851

HOW SHALL THE UNION BE TRESEIIVED. Wc IinV n rrrtain rc-cipo for disunion. se- cession ntul nil ilm attendant cnlntnities. Just rub out of the policy of llifc federal govern- iiirnt nil trnccsof whipgrry volo nil whigs 'tit of Ciingics and put the administration lino I Ml' iinims 01 a gonu democrat anil inn. ntiscs that have Mined up this sectional strife -""ill cense niul wc shall hear tio more of se- cession or disunion. The whole of the ill feeling nnd hostility to the federal povrrnment on the part of nnv of the Stole?; have sprung from one source sectional ami partial legislation the result if vvhij notions of the federal government. y a practical construction nf the constitution Congress has been invested with power to in lerlcrc with every interest however local nnd sectional. Instead of n spirit of jealousy nnd Scrupulousness in confining the power of Con cress to its legitimate sphere according to the constitution the ingenuity of whiggery has been always employed to find o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 September 1851

NORTHERN il i 4-- jpUfcTK1 tiMsikasraaKsi CHARLES DE MORSE LOHC SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 ir-grrrscaaiJkuiiiasaisjLJtae!ssB v E D III D R I A L J? ORR ES.P 0N PENCE. y "... . ii it.... . v. i i)KlCHC5."l IIOTH.1. i --' J Auiruil till 1-51. J CLARKSVILLE ItED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1851. XBt Sir. iwei' M Old Point rteid3V. ifom Mathews Cuu"tT where I bate pissed mo wc Ks rao-t pleas- antly at tho husii!i. huoe of a fn tl Mathews is z. f. -inij ill" poor land upon whicS In ..ncr moJei- jtr c.oj-arc uistk.. br improvement ot .he soil by r si ji d ma.iures S.ich Ln! howe-sr mourcm'n- trv v "did nwo. ao-'itciiij uiiff"'il ' lopelesaly tvmr. and et.li v. .Ill ll.e canrfi' ' " l-"0 licrc. the return it makes lor the capital i.wested and the care bestowed upon it is inconsidsrable. The average yield of corn as I ara informeJ is ro. more than fifteen bushels per acre of wheat eight nrlcn. Wnlo here I hate had a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 September 1851

she. invariably does at everv incntioii oft lior deceased parent Was waiting for us at a pretty t ea- table: where an ambiguous sort of meal was spread; consisting of cold boiled ham .- salad fresh trout from the brook caught by my gooJ father-in-law cakes and sweatmoats bf -ever shape and kind tea. colfec. trotting- "cream and a flagon of lionie-brewcd." . " But. John that otight to have been in the talc itself." " JNevcr mind the reader will easily make out the connection. Come give iiie a kiss and sit down to thy knitting a- gain. It was the afternoon of our return and after taking a friendly leave of Lennox Who more than hinted his intention of fcoon seeing us again we posted it to ; where wo hired another chaise and bowled away along the green IaneS to The village of Lucton: near which stood our "own little cottage just large enough to begin hcrsckceping and the rambling bid residence of my wife's family. " CliBcr up l)i ight Cora! there is a dash ofpensiveness over thy gayety;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 September 1851

tf another election is to come rou vembcr than that it will find the democrat c and whig parties of this State arrayed on the one side and the other of this great ques ion of the day the former taking accustom cd and cherished ground for the constitution and its guaranties as recognized and vindica- ted in the adjustment measures! and the lat tor now as hertofore occupying the narrow sectional abolition proviso 'free soil' atti- tude of opposition to them. It can scarcely be otherwise in the nature of things. Nor can it be-reasonbly doubted that the democra- cy occupying its high vantage ground will achieve a brilliant and permanent triumph. The New York ITaald holds ihe following lancuago on the. subject: Now that the Whigs have agreed to sus pend hostilities against each otner ihcre will be a calm in the tempestuous ocean for a few weeks. The action ofthe-cunvention will bo awaited with the greatest anxeity and should the Sewarditics mamTrsl the liberality of al- lowing an equal n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 September 1851

THE IJUCIIKK-ROV AND THE "BLOOMERS: Or 1 AN OX A DRIVE. Sattinlav btfore l.-.ht wns n gay night on Ilit Shell ltonil. The f.it 'un were out Hip roatl m i:i good order und Dam Ilick ik's Idtdci puaiicil with new ucces-ion? from the briny oet.iti of r very variety oi tKli and l he fhon-i'.vt cuts lioin Povilrus inaihet. t !l"hc tijr was h.tliny the cvrnliif; calm nnd lull nature Miiilcd :n scdutc cmiti'iitncs". Gay nellies fluttered and Hashed iilonp the rnnd in every vanity ofnppti vrhtcle behind pa- cers mid trvllt'isnt tiicd mettle. There were ladies and erjillemoii sepkin a bit of lake sir and aiiiero tnste of Dnn'o good things. There weic bachelor? practicing their favo- rite nngs and struggling for a new sensation. There ncin snmmer widowers despcrtitely viIJ rollicking and r.oi ivilh thousands of miles betvrccu themselves r.nd their better halves. There were elderly residents rich and dyspeptic mounted on hard ti otter. with very Isige ham und riiihH turned up taiN There were "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 September 1851

. CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR SAKNER BRAVE THE BREEZETUB STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR ii. PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 LETTER OF JUDGE ANDREWS. V.ibin.NGTov July 23 ISM. To Messrs. George Stnpleton lMJ.Con- nt 'ly. Dr. Y. S. Lcnile etc. ours of the 4th inst.. inviting: mo !o a public dinner to be given at D.-ivii Spring in llurke county on the 2(5th instant has bren received. I shall be unable to at- teiul. I am glad gentlemen to sec you in the field against thespiiit that miiiis deter- mined lo subvert our government. There i a powerful party among us- propaga ting disaffection to the government with a zeal which ifemplovd iiidintisingchm tiamt' among mankind would boon cluis tianize the world. Tiiev are but prepar ing the public mind for the hrt pretext that may oiler to do (hat which they at- tempted but failed in effecting twelve months since. So long as some hoped and the patriot learcu uie passage oi the Wilinot i'rovi to they resolved that. "The people of the South do not ask of Con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 September 1851

T U E F E 1) E R A L A N D S TA T E GOVERNMENTS. Tt mny not lie- uninteresting to the people nf South Carolina nt this tune to inquire into the origin 8r.d history of the Federal and S'ate Uovertnnents". Wc know Tt has been fashionable ever since the days of nullifica- tion to ""peak nf Suulh Carolina as a sover- eign Stdtc und that na such she had a right n nullify an act of Congress or secede from the Federal Union. Thisvv as nut anciently the Carolina doc- trine. It was not the doctrine of this Slate when Mr. Calhoun was advocating those great national measures a navy the bank internal improvements the tariff and inter- nal taxes which gave power and strength to tlc Federal Union al tho expense of South Carolina in money and prosperity and po- litical influence. Nor wns it the doctrine of this State when Mr. McDufiie wrote his fa inous pamphlet on the powers of tho Federal nnd Sinte Governments signed "One of the Fi'ople" nnd declared that if these heresies were not discountenanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 September 1851

s ff Havana. Aug. lo lsoi. The Bloodii Hay in Havana The Execution of Fifty Patriots The Conduct oj the Jlmer term ComuU.-Thc Rising tf 'he People The Reported Success ef the Ititadtrs eye. The bloodiest day of the Cuban revolution is fast drawing to its close and the sun that is now rapidly sinking in the west has seen fiiiy prison ers-t he greater part of them young Americans shot in colu biood and their mu tilated remains torn and dragged by a sav- age populace the outpourings ot Spain the mule of Europe. This morning about 3 o'clock the steam- er Habancro arrived with fifty prisoners of whose captntc we have only the official re- port as you will find it in the Gazeta or this morning. At 11 o'clock they were shot at the foot of the Foit Marcs in the presence of an immense assemblage. This list I will send lo you if it is published in time to co by this mail. The saddest portion of the history which I have to relate is the muiller enen ofthe American Consul to their sad rate. Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 September 1851

1-U.i JwJKVH3BVT.T1gJ " ' llf " EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. "ioxow.N- Va. August 13th 15j1. I write upon the confines of the last battle fiel 1 nf the American Remlulion. Seated ifi the sec- :iJ or attic stort of t!ie Sunn of-York itliieh pre- lected on llie lStli thy of March last the One hun. dred anj twenty ninth j tar of its existence a-a pub ht hoiei I look through the ancient windows and leil that 1 am amidst the langtJle memorials ofoth ex dajs and in a place redolent of the antique so lar as American history is concerned. Right be- 'im mc is the old j til of nnte-rcoltitinnary times with its outer nails at front and rear taking in c pace outwardly often or luelie feet on the front and about sis in the rear the rear wall being a con enience for running bed posts from tl'o windows & getting on: while on the ends of the rmin building ome to the surroatidin enclosarcind has a chuu ney at cithe r end. one of w hich is rent by lightning and sho.vs a wide creiicc fur scleral rect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 September 1851

THE NORTHERN STANDARD i LONG SHALL OOH BAWKEH BHAVB.THE BREEZE THE STANDARD Or THE THEE CLA UKSVILLE RED II IVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 185 1. CHARLE8 DE MORSE EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 NO. 4 A' NEW YORK WHIGGERY ITS CONSERVANISM. "Wh published more lhan n week since the Call for n Convention of the whips ir New Yark issued under the head cf the Central State Cntnihittee and n comniitteo selected frnjn tho mVmbers of the Logislature.in which it i distinctly foreshadowed that the whig par tv nf Mm Kmni're State desiened moving in a tiodr towards tho repeal or modfication of tha Fugitive Slavn Law at some iiiiure uhj. The whig papers of this city have made no tricturea upon tha action of their brethienof tt.nt St.m V Rnin nu!ilih the most im portant paragraphs o! the address ofthe iNew York: Committees that those of our rcsders who may not have seen them can more fully understand the actual position of the wings of New York. The notice agreed upon by lb committees at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 September 1851

& rp r 11 E STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL Jlnvocntilia EQUAL RIGHTS PRINCIPLES BEFORE' MEN AHD CJFGSED TO ALL CHARTERED MONOPOLIES ' C L ARKSVIL L E : SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1851. V. U. FALMEU. I the nuihorlznl ngrnt fi.r be klaad.ird. ul Xcw Vork Philadelphia anil IftittSU. W. V. WlUr X. ST Camp atreef. UrVcw Oilcan. o Advertising or Job Work will be done si tlus office on a credit. Terms of Standard. -Sialic (ubtcrlplians. la advaace S3 00 Clubi at tca.cui.-h - - - - - 2 50 " (vrcniy ----- a OO The Alexandria Republican of the 3i)ih un saja that tlic caterpillars arc mailing sad havoc amongvlhe crop in Rapides parish. Major W. II. Polk had a majority in every conn ITV ?l!1f nno In tha NlTfli I Tiinntoi.tnn. Ili1rt.t nTI - " -.."-.... ...... .......... ..w.... . icuurssw; wiu Maa trircieu oy a tuiai iuajuui.y ul 11 ao. . Wil'.iaTjj A. llobards Attorney Generil of iiissouii.dicd at Jefferson city on the 3d iust. It is with pleasure tlml we lay before oar readers the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 September 1851

the centro occupying an island of timber hie cavalry covering the left flank. The ar- tillery consisting of one double fortified me- dium brasa twelve pounder then opened on our encampment. The infantry in column tv.nrl w!ili the design of charging our lines but were repulsed by a discharge of grape and cannister from our artillery con ;tiiir of twosixnounders. The enemy had occupied a piece of timber within rifle shot of the Iett wing ot our army irom which uu id- eational interchange of small arms took place between the troops until the enemy withdrew to a position on the bank of the San Jacinto about three quarters of a mile from our en- campment and commenced fortification. A abort time before sunset our mounted men about eighty-five in number under the epec- ial command of Col. Sherman marched out fr the purpose ofreconnoitcring the enemy Whilst advancing they received a volley from the left of the enemy's infantry and after n harp rencounter null their cavalry in which ours ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 September 1851

; (from the Knickcrbockci' Maazinc. Tim FIRST KISS. BT AX AMATEUR. When I pcnk of kissing I don't include Kissing mntlter or sister aunt grandma or tli little people; that's-all in ihb family and a matter of course. 1 mean one wife mvect neart and other feminine. that arc mt kin or blood connection. 'That's the sort to cnll kirsinj?' and that is the sort I am going to describe. There is a hcmitifi.il village about twenty- four tniles north ofNew Haven. called in the Indian ibneue Pomperaujj. What it means in Indian l lloti'i know. It was not taught us in the district school up there where wc learned our a b c'a and afterwards progress cd as far as 8-x ka; k-e-u; kkr; BKEit; when I was allowed to graduate and enter the 'Youth'jJ Seminary' uniler Uic charge of the Reverend Mr. Fuller. One of my School routes in the latter place was n bright intel- ligent boy of the name or Walter Alnfslioll. J loved him; so did every body else in the old ullage love him. Ho grew up to man- hood bul no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 October 1851

LONG SIIALL OUK BANNER -SAVE -HE BREEZETEE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR - PROPRIETOR .charles.de morse CL.ARKSVILLE RED RIVER COtlNTY TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER4 185 1. NO; 5. .VOL.9 U"" w- THE WHIG ADDRESS. The New York Express bestows some comments upon a recent article of ours relative to the recent Whig Address. The Express thinks we have not done justice to the Whigs of New York in snid arti- cle. If there had not bo en such abund- ant repeated and ovcrwhclmiiiffcvinVnce" that a mnjoritv of the Whigs of the State of New York "arc not. or recently were not sound on the subject of the Compro- misc. we siiouiu nave ten- m-i .' to the motf op itive declaration seems necessary before we can nroperlv regard as cancelled the long series of acts anu reiusaisiu uiu m tbeLrislature of New York and by Wtiin- Conventions all implying hostility to the Compromise. At the session of the Legislature next previous 10 me passage of The Compromise measures resolutions were adopted denouncing most of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 October 1851

The New York Herald neutral but tlio roughly polled iu polities cuts richt and left at political parties in the following sii;: mchmond Jinquircr. The late resolutions of the Whig State conventions of Pennsylvania. Ohio and Vermontj and the plan of union recently ' greed upon between the abolition Whigs and silver-griys nt Albany all look stead- ily to the &amc end that is to say to a reconciliation ami absorption ol the Iree- ioil party. These arc the official acts m each cas-e of the Whig part of the State designated; and they cover a. sufficient area to control the whole North and to .justify the apprehension that the Whig policy ol the ivorthern blates in the endu- ing campaign is to be a sectional policy that its candidate is to be sectional ; and that if elected the policy of his adminis- tration is to be sectional. In other term these movements of the Whig part con- template a policy opposed to the acquisi- tion of any further territory in the South to the admission of an...

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

te iMsvBcrrmvi THE GALPHIN GOVERNMENT.- -Since tlie ndvenl of tho .present adminis- tration lo power tlie public mind has been re. pcatedly s-tnrllud by the announcement of im lueuse sums uf tr.oncv hating been abstrnc- ted fnun ihe puhlic treasury by members of the j-overinnenttlirougli tlie medium of claims good or bad. Claims hnve been preferred admitted and paid which have no foundation vhattver; and others like the Galphm claim after struggling nuninst repeated rejection through three-fourths of a century were paid not" in justice to the claimant or his heirs but lo'eniich his attorney who was a member of the government lileraly paring hitiifcif out of the funds with winch lie tas intrusted. This appeal i not (o hare been ar. isolated ease but to be pari of a system. It was -vi ell understood at Washington that all g claims on the government were i quired to go through a certain channel which is any- thing but a cheap one. The claimant hnd the choice of getting nothing or a sma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 October 1851

Z.LWLY PR LENDS. rE&M IKE MABVEI. 3 . ".-intttiti-pr A EACJDTXGE.5' Yhano ara theyf -Tonnnotssit nov. as once trafen thscdtrt- of the brook hour aiicr hour flinging off my ime nntl r.ooK to tno mnhung roach and reckon it great sport Tlraro ia no girl with auburn ringleid to sit beside me nndp'ay upon ilic bank. Tho hour3 are s-hortcr than ihcy were then; and the little joy's that furnished boyhood till the heart was full can fill it no a tiger. Poor Tray L dead Ions ago; and So cannot swim into tho pools for floating sticks nur can 1 sport with him hour after hour and think it happiness. The mound that' covered his grave is sunken and the trees that sha- ded it am broken and mossy. Little Lilly is grown into a woman and is married: and she bhe has another little Lilly with flaxen hair she says look- ing as she used to look. 1 dare say the child is pretty bat it is not Lilly." She has a little boy too that she calls Paul a chubby little rogue she write and as mischievous 22 ever ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 October 1851

4 NORTHERN STAND CHARLES DE MORSE LOjid SHALL OUR BANNER BHAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE TREE. EDITOR L PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 CLARK SVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 185 1. Ifo.6.. B&PSl 9BI 1 H il gWr TWITML3ffrfcgriaTWiUjMfcgtjMLaWMMMilMWMBMMBiHMBiBMBMi -$ TriE iCHr'rUiLUH A. Com Slcvrn of Ni w Y r . I n astonish rd the English yacht clubs b i uj superi- ority o! his trim built clipper I e Vinericn Tho Englishmen h:id i uiced i ist as En-Kh-hmen can bonst tK-at th"ir vo-htswero ths iwifiest in t.i wu it? and 'he had real- ly bragged lli-it . s i. . the hjliefth.it thev could ens.'v m .'.id .f anv thing lhat coulu ho matched aiji.i! i.n-in The New. . . T ... ' York Yacht Club finally concluded to send over one of their little clippers with Com. Stevens who understand-) such matters thor- oughly to test the Englishmen and their boasts. The commodore took over the new yacht America though it bad been beaten in n rare hereby another called the .Maria be- longing t...

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