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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHIIfGTOJf CITY: MONDAY January 7, 1S36. lO* Advertisements shoald be handed ia by M o'clock, in., otherwise they may not appear "until the next day. |0~Aok:?t# for the Star.?The following named person# are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement# in Thi Star: Pktlail'lrktn - V. B Palmkr, northweet oor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. Kiw York?S. M. Prttiroill 9l Co., Nassau ?treet Botton?V. B. Palmxr, Seoliay's Building. ITT" Jpb Phirtinq.?Our friends an<Tpatron* are notified that we are now prepared to execute ^?ery kind of Job Prirttro with despatch and In the best manner, at prtcea as low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with It, equal In It# capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any other in the District o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thi ?Washington U a good enough Bt Peter?burgh to-day The driving snow storm which commenced Saturday morning, continued throughout that day and up to a late hoar at night, and the ground is covered to the depth of six or eight inches The *torm has caused a general interruption of railway travel aud of mail communication The Saturday's trains of 3 and 5pm, from Baltimore, did not reach Washington until midnight, aad the Sunday morning train reached hero about nine o'clock at night. The northern mail train reached here this morn ins at the usual hour. To day, the avenues are alive with some of the finest turn-outs ever seen here. With gaily caparisoned horaea. tinkling sleigh-bells, fast driven, and gay women, it is not hard to imagine that some folks are h iving a good time. Probably the poor horses have another opinion about the fun of sleighing. The ,4rude boys'- who cannot sleigh-riue, revenge them selves upon those who can, by driving well direc...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 January 1856

evening star. AT THE CHURCH GATE. BT W. M THACKERAY. Although 1 enter nat, Yet, round about the-spot Sometimes I hover; Ar.d at the sacred gate, \V 1th longing eyes I wait expectant of ber The minster bell* toll out Above the city's rout And noise and humming; Trey'v- stopped the chiming bell, I h?ar the organ's swell? She's comin??t?he's coming ! Mv lady ern.es at last, Tinr.id and stepping fast, Ami hastening thither; With modest eyes downcast, Sh?rr.nie>!?she's here?stoe's past May heaven go with her! Kneel undisturbed, fair saint! Pour out your praise or plaint. Meekly and duly. 1 will not enter there, To sully your pure praver With thoughts unruly. Rut suffer me to pare Hound the forbidden pktoc, ? layering a minute, ldk?? outcast spirits who wa't Ai d see through haaven's gate Angela vithin it. "Beautiful Garden!" r, e dying a; d smiling exclamation of a young and lovely gir?. Las suggested the following IXrHOMPIl'. * garden of beauty you find. ? ..lid th- L'oom of a thousa...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1856

A VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1856. NO. 930. THE EVENING STAB, PI HUSHED EVERY APTPRNOON, (KXCKPT SUNDAY,) it (44 Stmt of PmiiiitMt* <1*4 ?itr*ntk strut, By W D. WALL1CH, W1H be s^rv^d to subscribe!* by carriers at 81X AND A. QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly */theAgm*i P?P*? "erred la packages at 37* Vnts PC mouth. To mall subscribers the sub /rrlptl^n prlcels THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY" CENTS ayeurm?lrM't, TWO DOLLAR** for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three mouths. for k?*? than three months at the rate ef cents a wwl. SINGLE COPIES ONE cent. KIRKWUOD HOUSE. r|1HE PROPRIETORS have THE PLEAS I ure to announce that they have made many Improvements to their HOTEL, in fJS? lemrdance with the advancement and re- n"B giwiiient of the age. Thev give their sole care and attention to Its management, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and comfort of guests, at the usual and e?'.abllshed rates of flr*?-class hotels J. il A A W. KIRKWOOD. dec H?lm JONAS P. LEVY, iaroRT...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WAiHIWGTOK OITT: ll'ESDAY January S, 1M6. HT Advertisements should be handed In by 12 o'clock, in , otherwise they may uot appear until the next day. ID- Ao*5T? ro? tbs Star ?The following named persona axe authorised to contract for the publication of advertisements In The Stab : P\i!nd<lpkia-V B Pa lm a a, north weet cor ner of Fifth and C bantu ut atreets. Ntm Sf. P*TTfli?rH t Co .iN'wau Boste*?V. B. Pal*an, Hcoilay's Bulidio#. H7* Jen PRiwriwe.?Our friends and patrons ?re sotlflrd that we are now prepare* to execute every kind of Job Pbibtih? with despatch and in the best manner, at prtoee aa low aa In any etker ofllee In Washington. Job Printas are also nctLfled that we ai? prepared to do every deacrlp tlon of preaa-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-pressea. So, also, has the Simr ojflrea Book Bindery conneeted with jt, equal In its capacity to turn out book binding of all deeerlpttloas to any other in the District of Columbia. SPIRI...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. vestiov OF Old Soldie*?.?Not withstanding the unfavorable state of the weather. the war-worn Veterans of 1&12, have mustered here in large numheri, and every train bring- fre?h acaaaions to the ranks. Th?yformed in pr session at twelveo'clock, in., to- lay, and marched to pay their respect* to the President of the United States. The line wa? formed on Seventh street, the right rest in* uPon K street. and 111 the followiuc order Marine Hand. Professor Scala, leader Military escort, "Inion Guards,*' Cant Keese ' America flag, with color guard, under command of Major George McNeir. Assistant Marshals?Gen G. W P Custis, Ma^or Georg* Poter, Gen. Leslie Combs. Gen. J. S. V an KentMMlaer. Hon. James M Sorter Gen Joseph Rit .er, Gen Jacob Markle, Col! , !7?7 ?aI'iwin ^apt Thomas Brunell, Col. L C. Judaon, Gen. Hugh Ely, Gen Bcnj. C. Howard Capt. IVtcr Wilson, (a sachem of the On?idas.) Hon Thoa Flauklin, Capt. Samuel ??eorge. (Onondago chief.) Col. John...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1856

EVEN-IIWi STAR " "V/ REUBBTf A!HJ PHEBK.' *' ^ Now Reuben was a nice young man, As any In the town ; - A nd Phebe loved him wry dear; But on aocouat of bis being obliged to work for * living. he never could male h1?self agreeable to old Mr. and Mr*. Brown. Her parents were resolved Another she should wed t ?d '? lhe P^ce? ??,??. > ,ow? fluently declared that rather wis dau?ht<'' "'?rry Reubei. White, he d sooner knock her n* the head. But Phebe s heart was brave and ftrong. ? he feared no parent's frowns; And as for Re?h*n White so bold, ie*rd bl,"MV more than ifty times that. e ? .f exrrPt,*>n of Phebe, he didn't care a for all the rac. ?f Browns. Now phebe Brown and Reuben White Determined thev would marry; I hree week* ago last Tuesday night ? hey started for old parson Webster's, deter mined to b? united in the hoiy bonds of matri mony. though It was tremendous dark, and '*ined like the Old Harry But Cautain Brown was wide awake? He loaded up bis gun. And then pursued t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1856. NO. 910. THE Evening STAB, fl'RLISHEO r.TERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Jl lit .'H? FuiMtff, ecntr of Fi**,9iv*nf ?*?**? A*J r/irtili .ilriil, By W. D. W ALL & CH, Will b* served to subscriber* by carriers at SIX 4\D A tJVARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?r? ttv^ Agents; raP^* ?*rved In package at:j7)j r*'1 ?ionth. To mall subscribers the sub reption price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIP TV CENTS ?yearinmdmmmtt, TWO DOLI.ARS f.?r six mor.ths, and ONE DOLLAR for three Booths. f.>r less than three mont>w at the rate 0/ |S!| e*nt.s a week. |TT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. JONAS P. LEVY, iMroaraa ixn dialer in W15F3, LIQUORS. CIGARS, AND FIVE GROCERIES, Oene-alCommis sioa A Forwarding Merch ant INSURANCE AND BILL BROKER, No. 474 Pa a*., two door* below 17. 8 Hotel, Wa?H1S8TOS Citt, D. C. N B?Country Merchants art* requested to give m<* a call before purchasing elsewhere. oc'i-ly OAOUEKR EOTYPES TAKEN BY A LADY. MRS. A C REDMOND HAVIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1856

EVE WASHINGTON CITT: WED^IFJDAY Jannnry 0, IMS ([7* Advertisements should be banded in by It o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. |?7~ Aristi for tii* Star.?The following named person* are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisements In The Star : PhtlaHflykta ? V. B Palmir, northwest cor ner of Fifth ard Chestnut street*. Kt%o York?H. M. Prttinaill A. Co., Nassau jboston?V. H. Palmbr, Scollay's Building. 10- Job Pr:?tiro.?Our friends and patrons are notitied that we are now prepared to execute ?very kind of Job Pristirg with despatch and In the best manner, at prices as low as In any other cfflce In Washington. Job Printers arealso notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that ran be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So, also, has the Stir otflrea Book Bindery connected with it, equal In its capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any other In the District of Columbia. SPIRIT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1856

evening STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING U S AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The United States Agricultural Society met this morning in the K ?>t Room of the Smith Mtii m Institution. Although the severe storm, which ha? blocked up the roads at the North, ha* prevented many delegate* from reaching here yet. there was a respectable attendance fn>m various States and Territories. Credentials were presented by gentlemen representing various State boards of agricul ture, ard St.rte nnd county societies The Presi i-n*. 1\ n. Marshall P. Wilder, tben deliver* ! the following able ADDRKM8I licntlemcn ..f tho society and friends of Ag ri^ulture ?''Gcial duty requires me to sub mit to yon, on this fouith anniversary of our As-" >ci at ion. a statement of its operations and progress for the past year, and to offer such recommendation* as these may suggest in re spect to its future mission. The year which has just completed its course has been one of auu'aal prosperity to the Ame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1856

EVENING STAR LIVE LEGGED TABLES. Hey' the world goes on improving, Really, at an awful rate; Now we've got to table moving : ?^uite absurd It seems to state People sitting round a table. Hands conjoined upon It lay, Pre**ntlv, unless thev fable, It begins to spin away If mesmeric power Is In yon. And sutitoient force of will, You can eause it to cont'nue. Disconnected, spinning still Am I sleeping. am I waking 1 I n my boots, or tn my bed * Walking on my heels, or making Progress with lwvv.ed hend * All discoTerlew this surpasses. W hirh of marvel are a theme, None will now remark, but asses, *? Wonderful invention. Stijain What wlll't ie:id to, that's a question To be pondered on?because It coucemeth our digestion, Which must rather give us a pause. At our dinner whilst we're sitting. With vitality Imbued, Suddenly the board may, flitting, Walk away with all our food Heedle?s of our prayer to tarry, It may start, defying chase, Out of window fly, and carry Our provision into space ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1856

1 VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1856. NO. 911. THE EVENING STAB. riBLISHED EVERY AFTKK.IOON, fEXOEPT SUNDAY,) it til Star BmildinfS.eom* of Pin*stl*mmim a?J Eiivtmik llmt, By W. D. WALLA CH, * |U be 1 to subscriber* by carrier* at 8] \ ANU A qt ARTEK CENTS, payable weekhy Ictbe Agents; papers served Id packages at 37 J arats per month. To mall subscribers the sub icriptlon price Is THREE DOLLARSAND FIF fVCENTS a rear use*<???;?,TWu DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for thJ! iM"tai f?r than *?? months at the rau^ cents a week. or II7"SINGLE COPIES o.VE CENT JONAS P. LEVY, ittPotTia ant) ciiiiR m VIH?3, LIQUORS, CIGARS, AND FINK GROCERIES, General Commission iForwardirar Merchant INSURANC F AND FILL BROKER, No 474 Pa a*., two doors below II S Hotel, Washington City, 1>. C. N B ?Country Merchants are requested to give oa<> a call oefore purchasing elsewhere. oc 4-ly DAOIEKKEOTYPES TAKEN BY A LADY. Vf K9 A C REDMOND HAVING removed J?I to her NEW ROO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHINQTON CITY: TULKSDAY January 10, 1M6. |[j" AdTMtitnMntf should be handed in by 19 o'clock, in., otherwise tl?ey may not appear until the nert dav. 1X7" Aexxrs voa tub Star ?The following named p?r*ous are authorized to contraet foe the publication otf advttruiinfncou in lut Sijlr : Pkiludtlpkiu ? V. B Palmir, northwest cor ner of Fifth aud Chestnut streets Mie York? 8. Al. PirTiHoiLX A Ce , Nassau ?tre?t . iis?f#w-V D. Palmkr, Scoiley's Building. ITT Job Pbistiko?Our friends and patrons ar? notltied that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Joa Palermo with despatch and In the best manner, at prise* as low as In any ?>ther ofllce in Washington. Job Printers are also notified that we arc prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that ran be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses, {to, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery conaeeted with It, equal in its capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any othet in the Dist...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1856

evening star. local intelligence. room ANNUAL MEETING or THK n s. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 8RCO*D DAT. The society was called to order at half-paat 19 .. clK-k, and quite a large number of gen tlemen reported themselves, who had been de fined by the storm. Others are yet on the ?? i<>tber side of the Susquehanna. ' and one delegation of ten members of the Mas*achu }.>tts societies is among the weather-bound. President Wilder read several lotters re lating to annual exhibition? Mr. Secretary Gathriu, delegate from the Southwestern Ag r ultural Society, invited the National So ciety to hold its next aanual exhibition at Louisville. Ky. Resolution? from the Mary land Mechanic*' Institute were read, inviting the National Society, in eloquent and earnest terms, to hold its next exhibition in Balti more. On motion of Col Anthony Kiuimel, the in vitations were referred to the next annual meeting, it having been decided to hold the text exhibition at Philadelphia. * Major Poore, from ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1856

EVENING STAR. THE LITTLE MOLES. BY C. HtCHiT. When canting hypocrites combine To curb a free man s thought, And hold all doctrine undlvlne That hold* their caating naught; When round their narrow pale they plod, And scorn fully assume That all without are cursed of (Jed, And justify the doom: We think of God'* eternal love And strong In hope s reply, tirub, little moles, grub under ground, There's sunshine in the sky. When snug philosophers survay The various climes of mlb, And mourn, poor sagelings of a day ! Its too proline birth ; And prove bv igure. rnle and plan, The large fair world too small To feed the multitudes of man That flourish on Its ball: We slew the vineyard on the hills, Or corn-fields. Waving high ; Grub. little im>ies. grub under ground, There s sunshine In the sky. W hen men complain of human kind In misanthropic mood. And thinking evil things, grow blind To presence of the good ; When, walled in prejudices strong, They urge that evermore The world is fated t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1856. NO. 912. THE EVENING STAB, Ft KLIMIKU EVERY AFTER NOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) J1 Ik* t Bntldtnf*, eorntr of / ?iina<4ilrMl, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be nerved to sub*. r bers by carriers at 91 \ AND A QUARTER OtNTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In package* at :T7)( gents per month. To malt subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CKMT!il|(uw(UtNMKi,TWU DOLLARS for stj months and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less tban three months at the rate of 1** cents a week. |?7* SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. JONAS P. LEVY. IMfOKTIl iSD riAT.ll IB WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS, AND FINE GROCERIES, General Commission * Forwarding Merchant I HSU R A NC E A y L) BILL BROKER, No. 174 Pa av., two doors below IT. S. Hotel, Waibinston Citt, D. C. N II.?Country Merchants are r? ; ie*ted to give va>' a call before purchasing elsewhere. oe 4-ly DAOFIRREOTYPES TAKEN BY A LADY. MRS A C REDMOND HAVING removed to her NEW ROOMS,...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: .FRIDAY January 11, 1?36. JIT" Advertisements sheuld be handed in by fa o'clock, in , otherwise they may not appear until the next day. in- Aorsts for thi Star.?The following aanied persons are authorized to contract fa* the publication of advertisements in Thr Star: Phtladrlrkt*-V. B Palxir, northwest oor ner of Fifth and Cbestnat streets Sue YfU?8. M Pittirsul & Co., Nuwu Bostvn,? V B. Palmer, ScoMay's Building O-Job Pristiso.?Oor friends and patron* are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job PridkiaG w th despatch and the best manner, at prices as low as in any other office in Washington. Job Printers arealso notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that ran be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. 80, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery conneoted with it, equal In 1U capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any other In the District of Columbia. SPIRIT or T...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1856

E VENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. FOI RTII ANNUAL MEETING Of Til U S. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. SEroWD DAT. Wh?n our paper went to press yesterday, a discussion was going on as to the propriety of mem Tialiaing Congres# to take action in "ex tending to the land the system of metorologi cal co operation and research, which has done so much and is doing so much for commerce and navigation at sea." C. B Calvert, faq.,of Maryland, replied to Protessor Henry a remarks, especially his insinuation that Lieut. Maury was not enti tled to the credit of having made meteorologi cal observations practfctlly useful. With due respect to Professor Henry and the Smithso nian. he would not have the matter pass from the bands of that eminent and distinguished man. who had not only proved himself a scien tific man. nut a man of practical science. Judge S. M. Huntington, of Connecticut, hoped that a committee would be appointed to eon-ider the subject, before presenting it to Congress ? C Calvert, Esq.. ob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1856

EVENING STAR. SONG OF THE YAKEE CLOCK PEDDLER 44 Ha-on de doo ? Want to buy a bra** clock, cheap, mum ! First rate lira*- keeper# they btj; Only h?ar how slick they click, Better buv a clock of me Run eight day* and don't get tired, Wind 'em up they'll run agin. Ouaraatee em for a year, mum, Free from every trl.-k and sin Just see the plckter* painted on em? Naou aiD't they hansum plckters?*av ? 4t Don't like men folk* painted on 'em." Guess 1 well Vm every day. They've got hand* up 'fore their facc*, Actio' m<Kir*t all they know " You don't like 'em ??here are others, I'alnted women?all the go? (Out of my hand* Into youri?mum ') You won't find them clocks *o slow ! Find It all you neea !" Moral ?And *he bought it, and she thought it, (as she found it when she wound It,) very *:heap In-dtfd! "Always be prepared for death." This wm the admonition of n Missouri elder, as he placed iq his son's belt two bowio kniye* nod a pair ef revolvers. |y Why i* Pr?few>r Longfellow's "Hiawa ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 January 1856

THS EVENING STAR, ri'BHNHEU i:tery aftkk.ioui, tKAOEFT SUNDAY,) /I lis Sft Bui:d*mgt,f9m4r 0f ta MtaM ??< Eltrmtk strutt By W. D. VALLACB, WIU bewwi to subscribers by carriers at SI* ^M) A "(UAK TKR CKNT8, pnfablf In th?? A?<-iiU; papers served In package* at 37% #en:s per month To mall subscriber* the sub perlptioa prteeli THRICE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year i? *dr**c?f TWO DOLLARS for si* months, and ONE DOLLAR for three laonth*; for !e<w than three months at the rate of jgtf certs a w-ek. I^TSINOLK COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1856. NO. 943. THE WEEKLY STAR. Vhuexcellent Family and New* Joorna'-r??n tuning a greater variety of talwwv-jt rendv . U4' ?u be found tc any other?Is p*.b!i?ii<d ?<" day mom) n jt IRM 9U?leoopf, pet ** IS ?L?M. F l?e *?p'.<* ?ft Ten copies B 0? Twenty copies 19 ?? |?T Cass, ?????? ? 4r?i?r, (17 Single copies (in wrappan) nar be pwwved at the oounler. Immediately after lb* laws* at the paper. Prica?Taasa ...

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