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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 November 1846

1p t havn DWiirniipnti tho Altor of Uod, otoriial hostility to ororjr form of Tyranny aver the Ml.nl of Mau." Thomas Jeffemon 1.- 1 II. WEBB, ED1TOK AND PROPRIETOR. Volume 5.. BL003ISBURG, COLUMBIA (JOtNTV, PA. SATURDAY, NOVJSMBEK 21, 1840. Ounilier 31 OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. South side of Main, a vi:w doors dk low Mahickt-bthukt. The GOT. UMUIA DEMOCRAT will bi published even Saturday morning, at TllrO DOLLARS per annum payabk half ij early in advance, or Two Dollars Fifth Cents.if not void within the year. iVo subscription will be. taken for a shorter tinuance perinitted,until all arrearages are discharged. d D VE R TISEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. tsZTM liberal discoun made to those who advertise by the year LKTTERS addressed on business, must he post paid. From thu Frederick Uxumimr. TJ1E YANKEE PEDLAR. II V PP.KD MA YLAN1), In Ilia fall of 18 , on my...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 November 1846

JiUlo town, as ono might almoO call il. Wo enlercthal lhavbu.liom through stom .. .rX k.-f ...:; -iy.1 cd an ooriunlljWof.glvibg the beMeg .eroieirninroJfelingrn.t'l,i,ne 10 rally, and Ihen iuijnd ourselves' in a large open squaf, enclosed on nil shi-Pa :bjefyo'ffyl walL,r the lower pait of which displayed doors and enlianccs ;lh(6bmTclfi7lirU'hou!i7, "Vn'd shops of various kinds, forlho eale'ot such ar tides as a garrison would need. Tim Go vernoi's houo Is at tire further end. It was a genuine soldii 's Uulgmvnt, anl very tare of all ornament, except those of wtr. for il was riddled oil owr with the marks of shot 'nd shell. Its strong covered bilcooy, intended to servo as protection both ftom the broiling sun and fiom Iho fall of missiles, was in many places loin in lung gaps. A f; the loweis and building of any elev ition thad also been iknor.kcd about and defaced by Iho shot and sin Ha from Ve T Cruz, previous ,to the aui render of ile casile. lint Iho mutilations ami. deslrucli...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 November 1846

hem wh.it w'iY they sv to the demonetn n-mannd preilioiious Df tliu Wlifc orator What Imvq 4inr got to say for them- Milves What iluinifer have thnv left claim the credit ,,( producing this rise of prints I "thutii wiriiofT rr.xn " s.iruun.iv, .viv:.wi'isi, ism. V. 11. PA Mftc" .Vy. is authorised to net us Assent for the ' Golumiiia Di.miiciiat,' ami re ceipt all monies Jur auoserijJlioit and Adicrlu tug nl his Agencies in I'hiludclpkia No, G9 Pint-street. New Yurie " 100 ffaisau-iliiet. Huston " 1G Stalc-itreet. llatlimnrc S. cor. Unit, and Calveii-tts. Mirchuntv-Uehiniies am! lradtsmcn mail find t In their advantage to adverthe in this paper its i'i the mill (me. puhtinhid at the C'ounlj M-ut rtna fun a frailer circulation in the. count 1 than an; other paper pubtitiuu within itilimilr. AN AlVllKNTICK, To the Printing business is wanted at this () ficc. An active hoy IS nr 1(1 years of agu will re ccivcgnod encouragement. The Printer N much in ward nCn few bmlwlsof WHEAT. CORN &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 21 November 1846

M ILK ---- ' T t. I N'-cw series ft. ,'"., -nt- OF TUB Oo.Yr WLOBC AND ArrBNMX 'ifcitEtr, a. its lut sessiun, through the J l.i"irai r fjirmmitieo of the two H hubs li i- ! aallrorzH t l.in-e 8 jbjeri iinn fur .U I'ONailBiSl IUAU GL "US AND Al'l-UMDIJC - .J no S-nmtf, li; ijulliiii, having direct . ioa4t at urepnriiit; iliu reports nl itr Mfdp $-ii7,3iiiu(riz.l the Scerem) I . . JtfiUis iu cjiiitnft wh'i tli d under- - , !i su, ul ainf Hi it I'm r-yoiH when v,' out dull be rwnjei'i to Hid rrivinoti of 1 1 sfMk-jrj, the UiiNoitusstiNAL Ut "BU a S l) Arpg.NDix in now offered ti) llio public not on.)- a ui authentic, hut s an oltieMl ri: I of the proceeding nf dingiest. iu ule u.iui Kit; oye, und publlalieil by authority ni t e body. I'n" .i i j,.-jij ij originated the mode of ji nr.iajrsiuif the proceedings uf wou.jross, whioi, tn u s .il .,-idt!, in to be ii irfun.ifld with I'.B a I J an! under llio h-i i)r vinnxi of (Jon grass. I'cu ir putvio nm i wa the Cuu aud oiiU' one "i-ti (8va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 November 1846

1 I linvn u-rtiunnu tho AHor of Cml. otorlial hostility tn overy form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." ThnmiM Jeirenon Volume X. BL.OOMSB3URC, COLUMBIA C'ObNTV, PA. SATURDAY, NOVJHM UEK 28, O'uuiber 33 -T-VV'gCiiI'uL&ie y OFFICE OF THE DEMOCHAT. Suurn siK or Main, a ri:w noons bk low M ahki:tstiii:i:t. The GOT. UM1UJ1 DF.MOCll.1T will bt pnbli.hed ever; Saturday morning, at TWO DOhl.JlHS per annum payabli half neurit in advance, or Two Dollars LVfl., fntla t ' nt iit i tlfifll thp arm fVo subscription will be. taken for a shorter veriod than nix months; nor any discon tinuance pcrmitlcd,until all arrearages are discharged. JMl'JillTISliMKtVS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar J or the Jirst tlirccinserlions urn Twenl'u-five cents for even siibsc niir.nl nscr'li'on. XCT"A liberal discoun made to those who advertise by they cur Ij K '' mil S addressed on busmess,must he post paid. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. NOVKMimn 28, '.810. llKJULY INTEIlUSTlNCi FROM T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 November 1846

meteorology, receive each ns much nl-' "LATA'R FROM TII7 Aft MY, tention from lilm tt if each Iml lire" Prom iho New Orknng Picayune, Nov. 11. his solo pursuit. The fruits of all these VERY L.YTES'' FRO l MON I'EREY. researches are recorded in journals dai- We yPelpr,jy rcCPjvod a leUcr ff"" ly written in the- field. Materials for (j.,n),ui(inel vfftr 0f ,,e Amer can maps and drawing are daily collected: A.my Mouterry, ,v,icl is three tlay few months of office labor prrpnrPK nil .ler lhjn anyihiiiK ivh have recti. Tim for publication; and without wiling o'pnnion of ., in rP8,)n ,0 Hustamenle see anything published, the impatient W(J ,0()k ,, (alllor ,ou(,iful, al gentleman immediately set ulf upon ,,oU(,f,, uie old general may have been now expeditions. !,enl up in ,)c neighborhood orChihua. Mathematics are the favorite study of m)(1 ,, S(Jnnra , ,l(k arte,Gen.AVoii. Cul. Fremont, botany his favorite re creation ;but all the sisier sciences come in for a share of his attention, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 November 1846

0 We oo following Piorliimalim, 'if 'hp Uiivfinoi of Pennylvjtiia from I 'in '(Min.iyK'aniptti. U EN J2UAL 0 K DE RS-N U M I! ER SIX. I AiiuiMiiMd, Nov. is. 1S-1G The Couinnnd-r in eliiel .mnnnricc to Hie Voliimeet Soldiers oi IVuii.. v.. ma thsi a nquieiiion lias- heen made In thi President of tin United Sales, bear, ins date the 10 h day of November, in. mjoi, mr une Julaiiliy liniment of Volunteers of thin Slate, to consist of 10 companies, and to serve lo the end ol the War with Mexico, unless sooner llienllnr I . .. !.! alum CU, uu IIIU COIllllllOtlS S 1.1 It'll HI the rrquisilion, a copy ofvvlitcli is here, to annexed. Pittsburg is de-iigned a. llie place of remit zvous. 'J'he Commander in Chit f. with e,reo! co-fi lence, exprcls '.hit iot.e compa n i s u Inch pail ioli( si y linden d iImmi H rvipes upnn iho ii(Ue.l oNlie Prs-i (lout ofiliclUUt olM ).i, wi 1 1 prompi ly comply with Die presn! rt quijliion. li uill lie perceived that ihn )-een lequ'sulon is MicfMljle of.i dillr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 28 November 1846

NEW SERIES OF Tilt! Co.VattESSIONAI. GLOE.U ANU Ari'BNDIX Conohcss ai its last session, through (he Juinl Libraiy ('omuilitee of lliu two 11 ,iuacs having amheriz id a largo subscription I'm UlO Oo.NOItRSSl INAL Ql. Hill AND Al'l'KNptX an I th a Situte, by resolution, having Uirnci cd tlio modij of preparing llio roports of it pr.jcee Jins, mid authorizad the Secrolai) of the Senate to contiacl with tlio under signed, stipulating that the reports whei written out shall be subioet to the rovisioi of the spoakors, iho CuNartussioKAL Giwt. and Aiu'UNDix is no w offered to lbs public not Only us tn authentic, but oa an uflicia repoi t of iho proceedings nf Congress, uudt under the eye, and published by authority of tlio body. Tlio undersigned originated tlio mode ol journalizing Iho proceedings of fJungrcss, which, thus adopted, is to be perfected with mo aiu and under the supervision or (Jon grain, Their publication was the fiirst and only one that gave cacti successive step in eocy ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 December 1846

X I hare Bwor'atfo the -Alter of Uod, eternal uostllUy to evBUpfoifm of Tyranny over the Mind of an.V-rThomM Jfloro, BT. WEBB, EDITOR AffD PROPRIETOR. -All. Volume X. BLOOB1SBURG, COLUMBIA UOtNTI, . PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5V18 Clumber 3 '.i M ' . . ? i OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT South side of Main, a tew doors be low Makket-streei'. TERMS : TUp COLUMBIA DEMOCRJlTwillbe published every Saturday morning, al TWO DOLLARS per annwn payable were reconnoilering the town, and com municated loGcn. worth, tnal its move ment had been perceived, and that tin enemy was throwing reinforcement owsrds the Bishop's Palace and the height which commands il. To dlvei' his attention as far as practicable, tlx . -' . . t . ... rr n-l . half yearly vi aava, ' ' firat division, Under Brie. Gen, Twiggs, Fiftu Cents, if not paid within the year. , , , b.h .liYr;nrtmiwill betaken for a shorter l field division of volunteorp, under period than rtx months; nor any ditcon- Mnjor. General Butler, were displayed tinua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 December 1846

w 40 7 Strffflsi Strnnanl Mi. Pr!c nJ Contain . R Smith, unattached bat serving with 1 I bg leave alsb to oil attention to lie good cotwluei of vTaptaln Johnston, Ohio re"gi;tienl and Lieut. Hooker, 1st irlll lery.mvingon I lie Half of Gerillimer and of L'ai. Nichols, 3d ortillory, on tflil of Geno.if'Qi 'mm. Capls.Bfag and Ridgely aofV(d ivnh llioir bmrie during ibo operation under my owi observation, and hi pari under my iro mediate order, and exhibited dlittn cutshed skill and gallantry. Captain Webiter,, 1st . artillery, ttmti by Lieul. Donaldson and Roweo, rendered good service w the howitzer battery which was much exposed to the enemy'i firo on the 21s. From the nature of tho operallnn,the 3 1 dragoons were not brought in ac tlon, but were usefully employed under the direction of Lieut, Col. May is es corts, and in kpping open our commu nicalions. The 1st Kenturky regiment was lo prevented fiom participating in the action of the Glal, but rendered highly important strvices und...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 December 1846

MONTEREY. - . - '.,. . . . . .Tifo recent capture of Monterey, in Mex ico,1 by the American' iroops Inn naturally iiio'urIi excilcd Jnlereat aa to tho exten oliBranlcr and population ol lhatr'iy, It if llin capital of ilia Slate of New Leon which Slate rxlrwds over i large pari of the plain of Monti-rey mid ihe ninuntain irjn lying hetween it and lha Ro del Nurlo Tlii! city It lis a population of 16 000 is the neat of a Bishop and derives its importance from the neighborhood of the mines, Ii is situated In a large bahia or plain surround cd by mountains, nnd lies in about 20 dog. "'north lattiludo. The climates is described to be most delightful. Fruit nhounds nil the year round, and provisions of nil kinds tiro cheap nnd plentiful. Among the cili zens are a great many old Spaniards, who oro sxtrctnely rich, The next President. The CnyupnToR din Iihs hoisted llin name of Silas Wright nt its head is a candidate for the President In 1818. . , The Next Governor. Oneral Maikle iWlines b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 December 1846

NEWSERIES ' OF HIS CoNattS5SIONAI.Ox.OIJK AND AprjBNDIX- Congress at in las session, through thr Joint Librdi v Comraillea of the two Uouse. having authorized a Urge subscription for therUONJRGillONAL ULOBB AND APPENDIX! ajj tho Ssnale, by resolution, hiring direm etfthe mode ofproparlng the roports of its proceedings, and au horized the SecreUiy oflhe Seuata to oonttaet with tho undor- aignsd, stipulating that the reports when written out shall be subject to tbe revision of tho sneakers, the CuNonsssioNAL Globs And Appendix is now offered to the public not onlv as cn authentic, but as an olliclal reunr nfihe nruceedinfs of Cuneresi.insde under the eye, and published by authority of lha body. The undersigned originated the rootle of journalizing tho ptocecuings of Congress, which, thus adopted, is to be perfected with tho aid and under the supervision of Con Cross. Their publication was the first and only one that gave each successive step id vory meastue in both branches of Congres...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 December 1846

1 4 " '- 1 1 ' ' ' " 1 ' 'ii- 1 , . . 1 . i i .... i 1 "i i . i w iii i i i ,i 1 1 i 01 assssaapBqc I have swnrtiupon tho Alter of Unit, ctornnl hostility to eVory form of Tyranny over the Mltid of Man." Thomas Jefferson If. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' " 7 ' . . 3 Volume X. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CJObNTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 184G. Number a p , ,, 1 i ; i , t i t 1 -r- 1 1 -- l-TI .. -j- ' -L-lIj. ' "ras OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT South side of Main, a few noons nc low Market-street. The COL UMIilA DEMOCRAT will bt published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum payable hall yearly in advance, or l wo JJollars Fifty Ccnls,if not paid within the year. f o subscription will uc laicen Jor a shorter period than nix months: nor any discon tinuance permitted,until all arrearages are discharged. AD VER TI SEMENS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrccinsertions, ana I wenty-five cents for even subse nuent nsertion. ICJA liberal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 December 1846

tfEftS FROM MEXICO. th Jfew Orleans Delta, Nut. A3 Tha stssmsblp McKira, Oii. Peck which iBfiJ&f&i. on ill" 23J iD", rrived hero iaii'evonine. M rs McLsne and Graham bearers of ' .... l despatches ftom Gen. Taylor to asntng ton.and OjpU 0. T. M. Divis, Tjt'arer ' despatches from Gen. Wool o fashing mn. .! on board.. as were also several vi'ji - officer! and ciihtens. of whom a lint U given elsewhere, and one hundred and -fifty diss bled and discharged volunteer!. We had the plenure of an interview witb Captain Davis, and from the information which lie politely oomrnunicaled to u, we mike up the following general summary ol newt, On the 20lh ult whan Gen. Wool and bil command, numbering two thouiand aix hundred men, were within about one hun dred mi'ea of Jfonclova, the General re- ccived from Gen. Lopez, the Governor of Coahuife, a formal protest against hii fur ther invasion ol Mexican lerrtloiy, inform Inghimoftho armijtice that wa entered into between Generala Taylor and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 December 1846

mni have pronounced ii all very good.' Supper' over (lie dance again went merri Iv mi Some fiisiirnl InrirClytnihr rrilrmii dii'iinelvpg, There was anrnu vanity there, mill cnnridembly puiX-d up. There wh particularly njie nianitlniL in our delegating who was a particular .SVrr. 1 allude lo the younp. man til very open countenance- and 'ritnnn cheek who b'uaterej h round like an old hen with her head rut o(T. and knew just about as much about dancingi na thai animal which is blessed with very lorg ears. This same individual will learn, af ter a little mure tid experisnce, that it is belter to icok the arquaintanco of ladies in the proper way, than to alien pt lo forca liiinsclf upon them, whother or no. Well T won't slop to particularize, as the affair went off very well to all appoaraneea allhouqhi but lilllo did appear, in the Hall room iho lights were so poor. Wo kept vmy gonil hours, for wo bloke up M six o' ,?Tck and got home soon after day light. Twig ill a t will you? able to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 December 1846

THE GARLAND- Tlio following spirited soni;, written by the UtoMajorRlnggold, r short t'.mo previ ous to his death, was furnished to the Feli ciana Whig by an officer of tho Army; THE DRAGOON'S SONG. DEDICATED TO THE BRAVE CAl'TAlN MAY. A fleet steed wi'h n flowing mane, A roop thai follows fast, That fills tho wide and spending plain, And sounds the halile blast; And sounds the battle blast, my boys, While, like sn arrow bright. Away the brave steed sweeps, lie bears Tim warrior to the fight Away the brave steed sweeps, he bears The warrior to the fight. Oh, for a nice and gentle nag, I've heaid a fair one sigh, J5ut givo to me tho vvartior steed, Ilia whito crest arching high; His white crtsl arching high, my boys. His motion grand and free, He sweeps along the boundless plain, 'Midst death aud victory, Midst death and victory, my boys, 'Midst death and victory, He sweeps along the boundless plain, 'Midst death and victory. There's lightning in his flashing eye, There's danger in h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 December 1846

" I have swornupon the Alter of Uod, eternal hostility to ovory form of Tyranny oror Ihe Mind of Man." Thomas Jeflemon. H. WEBB, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume X.. BSOOMSBUIiG. COLUMBIA CObNTY, PA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 193 184G. O'tinibci iSS President's SSessage. Fellow-citizens of the Senate and oj the Home of Ihptcscntativts: In resuming your luhors in the service ol tilt) people, il u a subject of cuiigriilulmioti tlm there has been no period in our pam history, uIihi the elements of nmiini pri)!"punty have been so fully developed Since your hsl session on iilllicling dispen sation, lias visited our country; general good health has prevailed; abundance tins crown cil ill e mil of ilie husbandman; ami lubur in nil its branches M receiving un ample te ward, while education, science and the mis nie rapidly enlarging the means of suuia happiness. The progress of our country in her career of greatness, not only in iho'vast extension ol our leiriiorial limits und the rapid increase of ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 December 1846

of Sjn Jacinto; by, which they conquer ed (heir independence. Considering the numbers engigod on the respective rides, history does not recorJ a mop brilliant achievement. SanU Ann" himself wis among the captive. In the month ofMay,lS$Q SantiAnna ckoowledgod,by a treaty with thr-Tex-in authorities, in (he mosl solemn form. Mho full,enllre,and perfect independence 0f the republic of Tens.' It Is true lie Was then a prisoner of war, but it is e qually true that he fatlod to ruconquor Ttxis, and had met with signal dcfeai; that his authority had not been revokad and that by virtno of his treaty he ob tained his personil release. By it hos tililies were suspended, and the army which had invaded Texas under his command returned in pursuance of this arrangement, unmolested, lo Mexico, Fiom the day that the battle of San Jacinto was fought until the present hour, Mexico has never possessed the power lo reconqjor Texas. In the Ian gusge of the Sscretary of State of the United Stales, in a d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 December 1846

stern necessity, and by a public opinion Inving its ilerp foundation In the suffering n id whiUs of iinpovfrUlioil millions, to a I) mil. in a system ihe effect of which rv.stn build up itniconiio loriunca in the hind uf the fow, anil to rcduro the laboring million to pauperism ami misery. Nearly In the namn ratio tht labor was depiessrd, rapi ml was increase J mil concentrated by the British protective policy. Tlie evils of the system in Great Britain were at length rendered intolerable, and it lias been abandoned but not without a so vere strugglo on the part of (ho protected and favored times to retain tho unjust ad vantages which they have so long enjoyed, It was to bo expected that a similar flrug ylo would bo made by the same class cs in tho United States, whenever an at tempt was made to modify or abolish this b a mo unjust system here. The protective policy had been in operation in tho United Slates for a much mure shorter period, and its pernicious effects were not, therefo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 19 December 1846

.i.i f r. iij-.t "i -i iium imiu jtfc i ll i" gbiniireirat5f your consideration whether it mm' not bo proper as a wai measure, to impojo revenue duties on t.uw of the article now embraced in the Iroa list tlhould It be deemed proper to impose surl dullest with a view tu tiis revenue u intm Ilia expense of the war with Mexico- or avoid tu tlui extent the ereaiion of a pub debt, they raty ba repealed when the emei cenev which nave r.ise to ruem nil cease lo exist", and comiufa no pari ol the per minanl policy or the counry. 'I'lie set ol the O.h of Annuel last, movide for the belter organization of the treason; and for the collection, sifekecp ing, transfer, and disbutsement of the pub I . - .rt.,nii4 Ilea Unail nn f Ifljl 1,1,1, ,VPli 110 II vciiut. una uien vaiiiu iiiiw -..-.. lion as rniiidlv as the delay nccessarilly risim? out of llie aimoinlmcnt of new ofli cers, taking and approving their bonds, and preparing and securing proper places for the safe-keeping of llie public tnoney...

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