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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 October 1851

From the Charleston Courier. Hlrelirp; lalor and Slave Labor Jamaica & Cuba Effects of Atolisliing.SIaYC Labor. In eVefy. country in the world ihc moss of Uie- P.eople roust forever get their unity ureaa by daily labor. Theio are two kind'; of Iubor hireling la- bor and slavu !i.biir. The tusk nf each is the name continued hard work The promised reward of each is the same hIso siibsis- tftice for the laborer. This he should be mie of. If il ba true 'llmt man shall earn biii bread by the sweat of bis brow' it ought nlso to be true that be shall have his bread fir the purest of hn brow. But hireling la- bor does not give it. In Kurnpc there are millions of paupers. Able-bodied mm in Great Biilain and Ireland cannot sustain their families by woik. Men. women and children die of hunger for the want of em- ployment. The luielings of the old world arc consequently discontented. Thcv clamor for change. They want coninitiiii-in social- ism the organiEatinri of labor something dilleren! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 October 1851

-V V system pi evatl row. Louisiana wanunwiseenoogu to adopt it a few years sines but after dial has returned to the old system It seems to us iliat for years past there has been a groundless appre- hension on the part of a a-nall potato chs3 of legis- lators that the newspip;r press would ha abl e ro atnist decently as in other states and return a f.uV compensation to those whose whole life is an inccss sut labor for the pnlilic benefit for their expendi- ture and the various sen ices they are expected to lender to the public fur which there Is no direct compensation. We think we hue seen the opera- lion of this paltry apprehension and tint on the part ofSolons who could readily vote any amount of public money to make their ow n important u.o- Mons notorious; hut despising it as tun contemptible for notice. we have heretofore forebornr to notice it. There is more newspaper enterprise in Texis thin in any other state in the Union for the amount of encouragement that it receives-(we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 October 1851

.1 Mar? Chvrorl!i. A correspondent of the New ork Courier and Enquirer who id travelling in England writes under date of Nottingham Jtt'ie 21 us follows: . "BjronV grnvc at Hucknall and Nnwstcnd Abbey ore object" ofiulerest.ln me. mid nf- irr a knc'ihoiicd stay st Sheffield. 1 took an iiuisi'k' pKt on the stngo for Mn'nsfieltl from which dace I proceeded on foot. The road lay through a succession of scenery such 33 meets the eye only in England; and which greet the traveller with iittle variation throughout itiis southern p'irt of the British lalnnd. Chesterfield on this route is re- tnsrknb'Ie for the singular sjitro on the old chiircli which reminds otic of the learning lower of Pisa Itis constructed of wood and although nearly straight Ii bfiilt so as to ap- pear froni any point of vicvf as if it were lean- ing at an angle of fifteen or twenty degrees. Between this town and Mansfield there ore two celebrated castle? one the old palace of Hardwick. the other the ancient baronial t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 October 1851

TANDA LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BBAVE THE BREEZE-.THE STANDARD or THE TIKE EDITOR CHARLES DH MORE GLAllKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER IB 1851. VOL. 9 NORTHER Jlltf ' & siskJ&s rJkl -fe" -& aata3MiTKVFtasrrasx Special CorrcvutLnce nf the Ptcaijioir. THE LuPjiZ EXPEDITM. Narrative of Maj. J. A. Kelly one of the American Frkoners in HAVANA. Havana Sept. 4 1851. Capr. J. A. Kelly one ol" the prisoners recently released by the Captain General has given me the following statement of the emits thnt followed the landing of the forces under the command of Lopez from the pe- riod of their disembarkation to that of his be- ing made prisoner. Knowing how interest- ing it will be to yon and your readers I give it na full as 1 can recollect. On the morning of the 12th of August be- tween 4 and 5 o'clock tho invaders landed at the little town of Mnrrillos. Shoit'y after Gen. Lopez started for Las Pozas at the head of the Cubans and Hungarians .n-dcr-ine Col. Downman to tak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 October 1851

pt-' iairBggagTr ."' nmu-i.: '- ".f J i-1 . - - isaaMJxyFTrySS-'S FROM PUHA. IIava.a Sept. l.". 1551." jtiic tune .muro prisoners fcmi Bitfiia Honda where r fort-nine on i to recruit fc-tcd -by salivation' nod ic woods aiid'niouiitaiiis. Vinson TCy.: Eugene Pay Gtif Parr Petersburg Va ; I?...-.-v-tMllf. V.l A SlPVen.1 Prod. Hc;:ar;Pru.ssi.i;A. Cesten. r v ii"ii ...... JmdCatio New YTori.; Chas. J. rErmlt.trJ. 'two last arc 4:1 the hospital and the 5 were plated in the Puittu prison with fonncr comrades v.lio leeched them ill gieal joy. having supposed tliov were lean wiic 01 lite men in tlie nospuni.i'uviu Cano vvas -with Crittenden u hen lie left Capt. Kelly on the 13ih of August and was sepa- rated from him by accident th:: same night. He .confirms the acrmint already given by Capt. Kelly and some of his men iclntivc to their scparaliriii. This ;r.an was wounded in two places in the head aftei lie had surrender- ed himself to three countrymen; he grnppled villi and overthrew the o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 October 1851

T d nounced.) and proceed lo put and continue up- on sale Phillip's Patent Fire Anntliilator in- vention in the United States. The prices often itopal licenses or assign- mpnt nfnaterit riylits for Slntbs and Ten Ho lies Counties or Towns will depend upon I I .... fl... ....... her of inhabitants which will be made known immcdintelv on application by letter or l.y a personal interview lifter the ofiice is opened. The oticcs of machines and ofcliatnc. aic as follows.: .Size of Price aiailime. inrlodlnj: teie Charge. No. l . ; $10 iu. 2 : : - No. 3 : : 2J : No 1 : 3" JXO. 9 i " Pnre of eirli jure charge : $ 1 S.'i ' ' !j. 3 Oil 3 00 i The machines can he mado to older of ury size ai a propoiiiuiiiiii; pnui; No. 1 (the smallest size) is valuable for extinguishing fires 111 chimneys and small apmtments. No. "2 is used with clTecl in laigcr Iuiihlin-.s and at the outset of a fire and h.is the ud- xunlnge ofbeing the ino-t portable of the si zes deemed a ail.iblo fur house ' " . . . . . r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 October 1851

v WILLIAMS. CRITTENDEN. la the miiUt of the lamentations or fathers hxiA mothers brolhprs and sillers for the death of their dearly beloved by the Havana butch- ery we hnvo abMiiined from the obtrusion of iar humble griut into the presence of the nu- gUSt sorrow i of thoe who have to mourn tho loss of ll'eir own blood but w can no longer defer n poor tribute to ilia memory ol a bo- som friend. Thai Iriend nns tViiliurn S. Critlonden. Long end well did vve Know him. We rtnetv bim first in the Mexican wnr nml in many n bivouac mnred his blanket. Ednca cd in Wcot Point he trmduntVd with honor. At tho opening; of tint u.ir h$ occupied thf position of Adjutani of the First infantry.nud for severnl months discharged the highly res- ponsible duties of Post Adjutant nt Vera Cruz with merited honor lie was the son of n brother of the distinguished gentlejinan nho now fills the office ol Attorney General ot the United States. His father emigrated to Arkansas when that State was in its inf.iwv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 October 1851

$r CHARLES DE MORSE LOHC SHALL OUH BANNER BBAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD Or THE TREE EDITOR & PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y OCTOBER -25 1851. NO.8. & i py-.ff t-TilgaJLJLIrfV- iVom fftr I'cHiistjramnrt. REAL SENTIMENT 0? TRE NORTH- MlKEXSai 3SEETIKG! In Support of Ihe Laws In Condemnation of tht Outrage tts Aiders ijml Abettors A'.d for JJejence against the Ji'egro Race. "The meeting lust night i" Independence Square notwithstanding the determined and desperate efforts of our dignified Governor's filmtltlnn friends to thin its number? was a great one. It was composed of the men who )lt 0Ilce Q adopt si sneak the real sentiments of the Noith atidjvcnt u further hn Jti limptf of action whether ct the hallot box or in the battle I'fdd hack up their words with such deeds as m.-.kc them felt and tear- ed bj traitors and respected by all good men. There was no phrenzy no passion no up- roar no threats of violence nor any of the accompaniments of exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 October 1851

8 l 'THE STANDARD A "DE.VOCltA.TlC HKPUBIJCAN JOUKNAL - ' EQUAL K 1 ll II T S PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AW a OPPOSED TO ALL CHASTtRED MONOPOLIES C L ARKfiVILLE: SATURDAY. OUTOBEll 23. issi. V. C. X'ALMIJSl I. :t-.c uiithnrirri! ncm for lir St.jnilnrc!. e.t Xcv Vat-. riiil.i.l-jlpliin. tin.: llesXai. K. W. Vilrr? "o. 07 Cnuip Kisrcl. tu':-:i Orli-nil.. No Advcrlking er M W'jrk' will Im done at litis office en a credit. . icrill.'iUI dlilnUtllU. riii;:Io ui.rrlf. :!.:":. lu nim:re S3 OO " m.'."' - - - - - s oil Terms of Standard. ATieurc tlicimc.'Cfii I ile Cvii 'itci ufu Wliis Goeinor. On the 10th tiit.acitize:. or Maryland nam- ed Gorsucli of hih standing and inueh lic- nevoleiice of r.haracier went to Christiana Pentisylvauia.accompaiiieJ by a deputy Mar- shall oft ho United States two sour a nepli err and Iwd or three other persona with the proper lega? authority to airest two negroes nho had run away from him three years he- fore after stealing from him. It seems thai the attempt to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 October 1851

fc t. - jaiamrm.kjau. iiaa-iuini mt!.M fllV TtUOT.ArHl Piiii.Arnj-iii.. Sept 1 1 J p. m. The officer of tlic UniicJ Slates Mars.li.il District Attorney Ishmcad ami Commissioner Ingralnm who went ttp yesterday to in estimate this Christiana nutnn have thus lar made Ivvrnly-fuur arrests besides the thirteen previously apprehended. The officers ueie accompanied by about funy other gentlemen. Those arrests1 are mostly negroes Several "tins dirks &c were found tho former beitis heavily loaded. Mitch excitement prevails. Young pore Mich is still alive hut l.iiut hopes arc enlcrfiine.il of Ids recovery It appeals Iroui the li-sliuiui'V that about tmc hundred negioe- were cngage.d or impli- cated in the riot. The firing coinincjTeJ twin the house after blowing a horn which hn.aghl a large number of persons who came innil'.y anneii. The evidence is very strung ngaiust some of the prisoners. .' Joseph Scarier a white man and AVra. llrn.vii. a negro have licen committed on the cl.aigccf hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 October 1851

caVJ'rVxr!Sit'r1-x--y AMERICAN INVENTIONS IN ENGLVND. j ' " " "If tho Americans do ecite a stile it is by their pretensions" sii.l (tie L-inh.i Tunc? six weeks ago. Very veil: if Englishmen rrito a "uuHc ll is by their stolid i n;u !-n'. The advin- tsge Vvc believe iim hit sid" altogether. Hut lier Jnnatli in as.nties a supcrinriv which he un- tlrrstinlb hiui-elf.im! w Ii.ch hi- is mpitiont in hive the ivliola world pndci-taud: Joint Hull chin-a ?iipciirity which he iloe not ut.dt rs-t.tml hicis'l" but which in li.s sli.pld conceit In" fuicies he nn im- pose upnn the understand'tig nf -II nisuki..d by tin :i ere forre iif l.irTi ti : rsi 11 pi i n. 'Tis Innlly more than a twelve months ago when Join li.-!ied a;i nf the sotirot of l.U wit upon tlie first O.'Ims slrams'.ip been in the Mcisjy. lit" laughed avvhilei.id ibcn lit her gohotne fretghle.1 villi little cargo anil much ri.lici.lc. Rut John hough somewhat failed for tnim a foul of him- self n:i a very slight rruvo-vtt m Ins dot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 November 1851

Jfc - V . i wiv iyfm ii if-iin 111 i mTr n r!.ilittiiiaHkttL--uU---jaLiii 'i m jit II--.1' n.'y n . .-.i rj "ii i uumiiiiii .yimnifij'j; snimn i -i'.!. i-rrA'-il'iii in aBgBm i imMini' mii; . i n .wMaimjju-ni-im. - - .- """' ' ' dBd CMARLE3 DE MOFISH VOL.!) LONG SHALL OUR BANNER B3AVE THE BREEZE TdE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR ii. PROPRIETOR t LARKS VI LLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY NO V EMBER 1 I Hoi. NO. 9. i -- U seaf?wvKwzimvci rx viHnira2gB TH fW"i'.i?'I TOIJY I He then rose!" depait midiislcnmliiclod 1 H ft Ul I UtV 0 I Olil- h;m (o . - r .....l.Mvn.re.l to el.eer hl.n On thn ... 1.1111 f Apr". 'C. about elev-'j)V .V reding the conviction I really fell tli.it p;i olork nt night I was comfortably scat- h i:tilthntih ovur-nticii tiliui rniHtI tin rd in my f.ivmile urui-clinir icpnsing my ul-. I ui'il returned to my fucsidu lo uicdi- ihnughts which had been i.ninfully eertod tite on what had passed during a hard dayV labor in I In- nnltmiH du- s j ttj. (In- pnneipiilly for ...

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

Vovi .'Ae Ihtilin ifeion IRni.lXn-TIIKIIISTOUY OFTEN YIURS. ISII-IHTi ! The-- rn -.hurt veus have sen mure pr.en.us and over w helminrf en mse in he- lard loan bcfiul oilier ii'imt'ir" :.i the. coerce of ceil nrica iJtinn ilinse long f.Us of figures on the ripii I itIe is indexed mo f the'inon inpurtili.l i.utH.!alii.M..r's:!mi!.cpvp..r God ins ever res-. tl ..- Wnhii. lea v.-irs lhowor.1 ln- advim- ed grea-lv ipwirds its g.ii!--r.'.lein.aghtsniid ne .-o-b-!eCp.n2..p Inrtr.my "' ilia iimsic ..flier jVws. Amer.n :.i do-ibled licriuvver.nid cir- j ouhrr ba iitrMoll.eg..ldc.i wain-sol the Pacific; France Ins I rennie n republic Fug! md his freed i '.ue. incrci-ei 111 pupiti 11101 1.1 1 prn-psruv; !i Europe lias been in an. fur liberty ai d deni'ie rscv rnppu Aitli Icsimi'ii mil pi vaui. 1 m-r. thei "V uiu'a in thp Mptpv. imn ha grown st-Ptiger. mid Irecr pi..! filter lor fn.rdn.11: mil liiul Inve been '-lied to ilm-idar.rp. and lit p"oplo Invpii crraeJ ai.d multiplied. IStit In had In-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 November 1851

TALENTS ALWAYS ASCENDANT- Sfialonts winch are before tho public have nothing to dread cither from tT'o jealous pride of power or from thc.trans- lcnt misrcprcsentaliqn&of party spleen "or envy. Inspi'c of opposition from any ause llieir buoyant spirits will lift them to their propenrado. The man who pos- bpssps the cro.it and vigorous stamina which entitle him to nnichc in the temple cf true glory.ii.ts no reason to dread the ultimate result; however slow his progress "may bphcwilliu the end most iudubita- lIy receive that (lWtitiQlinn. While the .irsflhc swallows of science the butter- lliesof gunins.mav flutter for t liVsir spriiig: ly jhry soon pass away .and arc reniem- iicreil no more. No cnterpriMmr man thercforp and least of all the truly t'reat inan has reason to droop or repine at hny cflbrts which he may suppose t3 be made with the view to depress him. Let Then the tempest of envy or of malice -iior.vl r.found him. His senius will cv.n- seorate him ; and any attempt to...

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

KMXHJAAH.l.m. I.'J'WW.ILW A 'i'riiO St.1 tCinCEt ' lards h.irS ft their own way. Colonel Hnync." ! 'OF THE LATE COlWN EXPEDITION- nv '.' Cuf.mrt .1 111.111 me j . . . . niiunus for the overthrow nl tliu present ly- And a Jail rtfntahon 0 the calumnies J J ramllr.l Kv.niiioni; and the moment n f.i- iVr'ifcii andolh.cn. j voluble uppnitniiity piriu'nts. it "ill lia;iiin. jv cnx. v.i'LivM sciitt lliv"r- I !" thinks li" ("uli ins vmtilil h.ive been foul- "We pitlli-lit-tl .-cii-iai di- :i.i i mrrn-j live it the . prc!itiuii of G1uc1.1l l.op-.wni- 1 !!i hv a iwiiitil iui'j 1 llicir. a C:ip::iin. . who iu this cily ctijovetl the confidon-i- of nil who knew him I Ins statement w a-. .i1!m-s ed to our l.ite cille.-..io Mr. Siur ami wis cntidied in the most aflVction.ite and fi it-intiv tTin". Wc -Lite ihi" in order In a'lmv tli.it the mimlipr of tho-c who moleml that tli' tiirmbcrs of this bxpi'iinnm vvc:i ui'n'iu'ii mid duluded here di.f-- not include some il the most gallant n:i.l loliiti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 November 1851

& CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OCTU BAI.TfEH SHAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD Or THE THSf . EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR VOL. 9 CLARK'S VILLE RED 11 1 V E R COUNTY TEXAS SATUIIUa'v NOVEMBER 8 1351. NO. 10. 35dR3U!A3UllS Jt A 1 L-Il O A 1) CO X V E X T 1 O X ATCUllKEVILLE TEXAS. KIZSOIjCTIOXS Col. Ardrey.chairuianof the committee on rcolutioiis.rcported the following resolution which ou moiiuu of Col. Buike were aJun- tt.il. Resohed That in the opinion oPthis Con-; Trntion the New Oi leans and Opflnti--i; Railroad.cnn lie extended through tho Stito j of Texas without cjillicultj-. cud at coinpara-j tively moderate cost. - Resolrcd Tliat in view of ihn incalculable! advantages to Texas and Louisiana by tins extension of this Road the citizens of both Stales should coidially mute in one common ' effort for its speedy accomplishment c.ileula- Jcd as it will be to afford a cheap and certain I outlet at all seasons ot the year Jo the sur- plus products of the country Enabling us to liiid a re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 November 1851

zreBJUJa v.KV".Ggsga cafivrTsnescz Fran the Plaindealcr. .A LETTER FROM CAPT. KELLY CONSUL OWEN. Dear Sis. I s.et: letter going thu rounds of llie newspapers from Allen F. Quen Uni- ted S;:ili-s Consul -it Havana. lrri?iil nie through llie t-oii.-mus nf-j mir piper.to .-i.ricet j-niiie. nf his MateiiiriiisTin ip.i-i1 to h:- con- duct tuvv.-tid- Col. Ciittcndeii's r'jinrn.ind mid other Aim lic.-m piisuncis since confined in the Punta st ilaana. In the fust place lie mi-: 'I rcsido.nlu.ut four miles .nun this pliicr nud nut Lcit!r well on the morning of (lie U'th did nut reach my utlici- till some time nltci fen o'clock vvheic.liir the tiiM time I heart! uf the coptuie of about fifty of JJia men win." 1-ad come with Lnptz to this island hi ihc stenmer Pumpcro. I .at the same limejionrd that the ptisonci.s l.ud Iiccn Hied found guil- ty coiidemiied. orderi'd to be executed" die order for their execution sent funtnrd and that thi-y were about U-n.g u-movid ft tun the hnibor whetethov v....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 November 1851

r X BE L1I1I.H U-J-l'-E. T-r-r. EAIL-ROADMEETING. ""Ala public meeting of the Citizens of Rod River County held in Clarkatille on the first day otNo- Vcnibor pursuant to public notice Ihe Hon. W. S. Todd was elected Chairman; ami J. M. Bivins Sec retary. The object ot me meeting oeing expiaiutu by tho Chair in a tew unci anu appropriate re- marks tho following resolutions were offered and unanimously adopted. Rcsohcd. I. That Col. J. II Burks Maj. J. V. Sims. A. J. Titua and Henry Littta Eqre. be ap- pointed delegates to rcpresmt Red River Comity in tho Rail Road Contention proposed to hn hidden in Austin on the 3rd Mm diy in Ntnimber 1S51. Resolved 2nd. Tint when this meeting ndjouros that it aditvn to meet ngmi on the 17 of Noionihc fur tho purpose of sending delegates to the Rail Road Contention in New Orleans and tint the ad- joining counties he requested to meet t ith us. Rrtah-cd 3rd That the Secretary be requested to furnish the mi inhere elect uith a copy of the fore- going ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 8 November 1851

:10a. Gc:icrei apiwit'micc i" Edinburgh OM 7Jwi :J AV;o 7b:e;i Population Brtfroxl PMaccTte Castle Public J3uUd::igj Motiunicuii Excursion to 3i?jvsc Abbey Abboteford Dryburis'i S-s. Among the numerous cities that we have virile:! in tho kingdom oi Great Brit- riiii the' metropolis of Scotland is uni'iu's- tionablyihc most lieniitifiil and u'taetive. instead of approaching the 'Heart of Mill lothian" throtightnean :ia:lsqualitl suburbs as in most places the stranger is srradu- r.lly introduced into streets of ..'highly res poctable character the'ahoJes of poverty- being for the iribst part confined to gi- gantic piles of buildings in the older pirls of the city vhre they serve as or- naments rather than otherwise and con- iri!)iitecs3entially to the picturesque gran- deur of the place. Of late years E I'm- burgh has acquired the epithet of mod Bn. Athens a title conferred by write r.- on account of its literary character and striking resemblance in situation to thai ancient and reno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 November 1851

CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER B3AVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE TREE. EDITOR k. PROPRIETOR VOL.9 CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1 S5 I. NO. 11 From the Southern Standard (S. C.) GREAT BRITAIN AND SLAVERY. London 2 Lillle Ryder Street. St. James May 30 1851. Mv De ." : There is no single subject of fovgn policy which the English people have so m.-h at heart as the abohtjon of slavery in our - -hern States ; none on which there is so great cr.a:iimity from the highest officers of government be liiey whig or Tory down to the solid masses at the bottom who know nothing and care for nothing but their animal wants. They know full well that tho labor of our slaves is an essential clement in the manufacturing commercial and maritime power of our country and they arc dclermined;to destroy it if possible by any and every means nor will they ever relax fiom this purpose till accomplished if we may judge from the past conduct of this nation. To the same end. ...

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