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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

vmwmnmg .OB TswHattm^mmmv^ ¦¦ '" . '.;' .O.Il"jd^#--|rf.';.--Mlt, NICHOlS rtost "respectfi# aioftouioies to to «re4nhablunts of Ciairai, that liia pircns e open for their amusement,-on Tt^sday an* WtSilnttday the tith and Uth Jays p/^i/M«- . Tl«! entertainment! will cpmrtience with H Supcrl» eavatclldraTidAHiegorical Hcpresentotlbna.b! ^ the ~—^-Paiif Quarters of the GibbSf , Amerleaj riur^ieVAsia and Africa, 8hpw:»i* * supv ' cession bf intricate ManbeirvreS, with Eight Bcautiful.and ht(tMy trained Horses, and actually perform-)«I the <KmW« maze! of the Waltz and Star -.Dante, V o.th various other difficult Feats wliich it would seem to require tile^ntrrinn mind-to execute.—The public mav' rest' ' assured tiiat every tiling ¦ here announcedwill. UJtualfy lifpferforhicd: '•'• ¦¦, Mr; JrB.-flhb'ertSi the.CeletifittedJb qui' -'"' Jibrislt ¦"'.. - ^ .. .-• Will lie introduced^ wttvi will go" thYough' the whole r.flii« Astob'isIiiiiEPerformances. Those who'have. t^^yw^^^^^f^y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

--PoiiSj^MEtii,7 IftJWMA SPECIE PAYMENTS AOA1N8T " - .• ' "'"" PORTER 4- iS&IN-PlASTERS ,' .. ;A nieeting of the friends of J 0 S EPH - ttlTWE-R-. the.prfe^ent.patriotic Governor pr^^Pehnsylvania7ahJ"aU Others in favbr of a resumption, of Specie PaymentsiJbeJ ¦*^^c0^^hp^Te^tte^g^6('iiM^'Pla iers'.-'wiirba "fielll at 'tlie . Court House, hi -the h.orough of Carlibla, on ;. MOWD AY, THE ' iapfS. -AVGpST normal ONE o'clock, P. M.t.I ^vaich tirric ¦everU addresses will be deliveredi- - • The Farmerr'tlie'- MechanicJjthV Merchantt thr Laboring Man ^ ahd all who feel an interest in the \yelfare of our country are invited: to attend,:.'..;.:.' :..: ."... ,^T_.'. ' MANY.- : July24;.1838. -.."'.""". -::....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD m.-{ -BRIDGEr: ' ...'•¦ . We observe with pleasure tHat the, work oil this structure is progressing pretty rapidly. On each side of the" river, two spans haveTdready-been; raised'; the -- falseworks are put up for a third; and all the piers bein&^nSarly completed, and the timbers rapidly^preparihg' , " we may- expect /the entire .structure to be raised in the course of two '"months. When finished It will be a splendid affair', with the railroatT on the roof, which will be flat, and a road Way for wagons beneath, Or in the inside. It is intended to. connect the Cumberland Valley with the Harrisburg and Lancaster railroad. •,-.'. The grading of Mulberry street in our town, th,rpui;h_which_the railway will pass from the bridge to "the Harrisburg & Lancaster road, is in; progress. The street has been tlug down as far as Second street, from the Iniid side, and Second is how being graded down in, Jorder to cross the low level -of the rail" ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

ATTENTION, itlAKIOiUS! YOU arc ordered to parade at the .4tlMOJfl',on SATURDAY THE UTH INST, at THREE OH3tOGKiprecisely,.comnIctely ojuintfor drill. By ordsr of'Captain S. Crop. .. __ ¦ _ T ^ kTHOMPSON, O. S. August t, 1838. " -"»»--•--. .~...^._-_ - Atteutioti, TroSpci^?'- r:. T'lE'member! of Uie Cumberland Gray! troop of horse, will parade at the^public house of John Trego, on tlie walnut Bcttom Road, on Saturday i the IBth ilay of A-igiiitnext, at 10 o'clock, A. M. completelv cfiuiot f>r drill. --..,.-.-. iGEORGE MlLLERjCap/am,: August7,1838. ' ... ' OlCFHAftS' COUItT SALE. IN pursuance of a decree of the Orphans' Court of Cumberland county, there will be Sold on the preraMes, on ' - , '".'¦'. Thursday the 30fA of August Next, at 12 ojciock at noon of said day, by public vendue, A Tract of Land, situate in Dickinson Township, Cumberland county, bounded byTandaof Emanuel Line, William Moore's heirs, jSathan Woods, and the tract of land next below described, containing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

| | :¦^'''^'¦''M'ARBSBpi\\.,'X.' Oii T^iiesdayevemng' tlie \31st, day of Jrfy last, in Papertqyn, by the. Jtev. William TV Sprole, Mr WniiA«'Mctt.i:tt,to Miss Sauad; >Iauia Mtrtrux botlv of South Middlctpn townsliip. - ' .>¦ , " .»'Jn..t!ii! borough, on Thursday evening, last, by the Rev. Henry Aurand, Mr. Cubistus Cockut; to ^iss .Sffn'ya Rvrr.all bf tiusplace, .':

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

, ¦*'' CANAL RodM, July 30,1833. ";¦'; TA3IiE';..".'.>.'. Exhibiting'the amount of Tolls collected 8inceCOclobe:r^3tsfi:'fSpT~~' ^ -=r^ ^ ¦ -•.".. .;V -,;'*. ''' ,"."cxsat..'"' Amount "per weel; ending July 21,1C38^; $:0J231 49 Amount as per last report, , 50/;7!)3 88 Whole amauntof Canal Tolls, §313,025 ST ^AIIAVAYA^fDMOTIVErPOWER T0IXS7 Amount per week ending , • —July-21,1838;-^ -5^79-03 i,07T~S<i Amount as per lastrcport, 220,129 C4 178,558 56 Wli^le amount of raillvar *. ~-~ *- A ...tolls,-,-.-..'-' ,".-.. :~7 225.S00r.O 172,656 42 Motive PoWer, 172,636 42 Canal,. ." 314,025 37 Am5M»-tbfCanalandRa;b_l ' -•-—... way,- — . • S7ii';*irrs9j-' ..- ,'f ¦ XV. C. M'PHERSOX, Sec'ry.

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

REfilSTER'S NOTICE. Register's Office, Carliakii August 4,1838. 5' Notice is.hercuy givetf,to-aU Legatee!, Creditors, and other persons concerned, tliat' the following accounts liavo been-filed in this officc;forcxamination, by tlie accountant! therein named, and wilMie presented to the Orphans' Court of Cumberland county, for confirmation and allowance, on Tuesday' the 4th day of September, A. D." 183S. . ' j... :'-.-. ' '-„¦ ' , l."THiSadminisu?ationaccourit|^GeorgeNcbhiger, Executor of Catharine Ann %weraV_«lebea!ed. - »» 2. The administration ncoounl orDavla:Bb11j,AIK; ministrator of Thomas Trimble.deceased.; . y 3. The administration account of Levi Merkle, Administrator: of Adam Mauncsmith, deceased. ... .4. The admlnHtfation .account of John, Row and Thomas Ross, Administrators of Samuel Ross,, deceased. ' .--'-.' :5. The administration account of ChrlstlanJHycr!, Administrator ofGeorge Kihg^deccased; 4 C. The administration account of John Ross and David Ross, Eiecuton of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

,.;;R'Q-'ET.RY..-;_:_ , ._ —"With-sweetest Ibwcrsenrieli'd, v . From varidusgurlleijacull'd lrith care." ¦ From the'. Baltimore "Whig." ' "' :-' •'•-, TO A. LADY, vrtlo iiEauEStED to dss A.uEst'nii'rioNOF iiCTir^it ¦'sos. •, ¦.;¦'¦' • ., Ili.tliy person, Beauty,symmetry,.Elegance,and ease , Ave all combijied, n noble statue, ,**¦ r ¦ \Vilh.a queenly beariii'gV'attrnctsjheeye), . "l ^ -'.-\\iei'i.ttmied.tathrt,fairM|pf.0e fitir: ,. ^^ A^Ity-bVafcofalahai^^ .'•¦,•,- ""'.'. ..--•%nW:biyhejnajea^^ -,-'. /fhpseiiicW 'arch'd" fcyc--bro«rs' of Aeajest black, "Benc'atli.which beams in.laughing simplicity! . Those mrtchlcsa cyestlr.it iii reverie recline . With'sudi modest loveliness, as.ubthscerii ' Tlie qmble^. of angclic.mQtiesty;.-.;..—-• ¦ - ' But animated,' flash with such brightness; ' /As"would put to blush tlie"; "cifuIgbiiCe.'""' '.. .,^i.^ Of the.moniing star. ITheii those rubylcji'c.eks,__ -Tinged with the lively hues of the ripd . ^Luxurious peach, so delicate, yet* " _ Su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

PBWWSYIi¥AKIA, SS., ¦' - ' •.-.,,>'.' -V, ,...^.;:, ^ ,. M<Mfc In the n^me anti by tlie authority of the CorqmonskUK- '¦'¦¦¦' * .'¦ wealth of Eenhsy)Tamd^ rf 7 ^ - 'W? :'-P Y.' J^.S:B;P^: ^^.*te-fi',- :' GOVERNOROl'SAILi COMM&NV^sM.TH. . • A'-.':FroclamMipii.,J^%:-L;;:\'l : :' - , The period lias arrived i when theserieljliiviWisfpr'M interference of the National Government with-, the Gurfency of the..Country; is about to terminate. Congress^having fisen'.withput sanctioning,the attempt, to give tothe Federal Executive the entire ffontrpl of the Natidhal;wealth;:arid^C':the.w,holeJambnnt 6t' specie in the country, and the consequent power to affect and wield its own purpose's all the capital and credit of the Union; 'ahd.h&ving also'imposed Certain Balutayy. restrictions onso much of this power as had beetf already arrogated) it is incumbent on the TJommpnwealtli of Pennsylvania to put forth her strength, to tjiiicken her dormant energies and,to take ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

:..'" * ,7./:V.F"2frMH: yr.'', ^apsfaipip^ .,fia-vingrecently,,returried.from-rPliiIadelphia and l»ew" York with a VEBY "EXTENSIVE AUDITION-to my formerStook, I beg leave to offer to the citizens of. Carlisle and the Public generally,,: .,-1 '¦A fikNERA^ASSORTMENT , { Coniprjsid^ everyjarlidfe in the JQtnig line, Svliloli' I >yjll.idispipsei of \Wfii9L^Aiis.dt.;RB^"il^t'ilici^e>il possiblerotiffe'',;Physicians—country Store.keepers-^ Fullers.and blltdrs, are rcspqctlully invited to give me ii-calla'ttHeOldStanddhEastftigh Street.-,. '•*... ',". ,i, '' - ¦,'•¦'•,. ¦ S. ELlJOTT. . yiCarlisle. May 28,1838; -1 ' . '¦'' %7 . :.;;;;;;TAi|galNG.'; j.;;.,; ,..'. WIIililABl M'PHERSOPf,";' rTIHA-NkFCI. for pdst fayors, hereby informs tile JL; publiothat^e.sUil continues.tocarryZBo.the Ar ' ,,x, ¦;<.., ' Uovo mentioned btisiness, in " :'. ''-'WtoM Sligli Street, Cat;li&?i a fawdpors.west of the Post Office,, and dir.cctly„qpp'osite the book store oT?.'1 Loudon-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

-¦iJ.-.^BMRlf^ivpHEtlSir^ ^f/ -i RETURNS his sincere thanks to- tlie citizeris^f Carlisle and its vicinity; for" the: liberal patronage wliich has.bee.n bestowed upon him,and solicitsa cohtbiuaiice of the same. •- His shop is now situated iii' "• ''Ma\st Hi gh -S't r eet,'_..; adjoining the Drug Storo of' Samuel Elliott on the cast, aud John H. Weaver & Co's. store on tlie west; where ho will constantly keeffen hand a large assdrt-,". ment of Fashionable Fiir and Silk Hats, ;-.-^;.~s:..:'- COSSlSTINO.Ot -. ,. .',...., •¦_•.; Beaver, Oilers Seal, Nutria, Musk-:^$at, Plain Ihissia anil llmsh . ,T --O,F..A.L-fc..4i..0J101IJ RMl . /Lll of his own.manua'cturing.Si-liichhe wilLjlispose of fit low prions. - . '."'•• He flattershimselfthat,by strict attention tobusine'ss-and a disposition tp please, to merit and receive a share of public patronage,;. N. B. Military Caps will be maiiulactured to order, on reasonable terms; "_. „„.,:,,.„, Ca>lisle;;AjpnL?,; j.BS8>...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

..; M:K^&TW.^T&lEiXr-;;;. i^&^&£$m^w^d;".:.---• Returns his sincere, thanlcs to tlie citizens of. Carlisle and adjoining country, for the most liberal,patronage which has been bestowed upon him, and wishes to inform tlie publ.ic generally that he has replenished liis .stock of Goods, and flatters himself tliat die will be alile to give entire satisfaction to all who will, call at his Store; both in quality and price of goods; as he is resolved to sell low for cash;.. *'¦... Call at tlie old well known Stand of L. Harlan, in NorUf Hanover Street, and: examine his .stock of Goods; as he has a general and complete assortment of Hardware, •.'¦ " . - " eUTEER^PAJNTSfOIIiSi -&Gi Also, a large assortment of Griffin's Double Beuned Steel Passmore and Newton Darlington's Corn and Grass Scythes. HfeThas also the-New Cumberland Nails—but call and examine, each one for himself. - Carlisle,"i^y,14ii838.-^3m..r." "";¦""* ""•'"-'¦ - "24" PRODUCE &amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

-i . CARL.ISIiE SPRINGS; >. ;' —THE-nr-bprietor respsct'fuliy infpr'm^' tjite public in general thathe is now ready to accommodate a large number of Boarders and Visiters. The Springs are situated 4 miles north of, Carlisle and'3 .miles south of Sterrett's Gap; on tlie North. Mountain, jn a finej lieakliy,aml romantic place and pure air. "There-is an extensive Batlung Establishment erected (both warm and cold,) and every accommodation may. be relied on. f' . -t-z.:^"rrf'D.7C0RjN'MANT" July 3,1833. ,¦...:......,:,.::.•,..¦. ; -¦- ¦ N. B. .A Barouche will rune daily from Carlisla to the Springs far tlie accommodation of Visiters. 7 •'.' !'- - -. ..-."' "-v--.-d.-c. . '.•-;,-.eoEss sph'ij?a. South Mountain, 14 Miles East of Cham _^.i.^ L^a_: '.,.!>ers!iurgi._ ¦ '¦ - __, f ff^HE .subscriber, thankful to the. public for past SL ¦ favors; respectfully informs them'-.tliat he will :rc^opQ.n;liirC6Id'Spring;establi6limenfft^ tiort of visiters directly nftertiie 4th of Ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

A-NECDOTfe.-^Whiietraj'.ellin^ia West-Ern TirgTiiii,''happoiiihgone day to*be"ih a dry goods store, situated in a"small village, nn old lady from the country came iu. She, purchaaST s¥ver'aT"aftic^cs"of"lHe""cle'fk;"anil iit length observing a ;;ileat!y painted and varnished, bellows hanging by a poatj' she cnqiilrcil what it was. The clerk perccivinffthat the old-lady --was rather- ignorant,-and being soiricthuig cfa wag, informed her that it was a pew fashioned fan which he had lately received from the East, at the Same time taking the bellows down and pufliiiiv with "it in his face, told her that was the mode of operation. The old lady repeated the oppritioti oii herself, and was so delighted with tlie new fan, that she purchased it forthwith, and departed. ¦ 0:Y"t!Te "lidxfaayourinfoYm^ Ji3i3XjJwd;aii .,aj^ojnj,ment to"preach' at a Gchoolhouse in the neigliborTngFo'uiitJy. "^ The congregation, being, assembled, while the minister was in the act of'reading the hymn,S who shou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

THE JUSTICE' OF JUDGE LYNCH A few, days ago, a sum of money was stolen near Kosciusko, Mississippi. A black girl, who professed to know all about the circumstances, charged a respectable white person with being the thief. Upon her testimony the citizens seized him; tied him to a tree, and "lynched" him with extreme severity. Diiyifig thet; operation a man named Parker stood looking on' and ;exclaiming^'JSiyeitfd'himU"He has the money! He jstHe ihiejf and.will soon Cohi fess!" ' The7lynoher8v foniidihowever;;after nearly killing theiW.victim,' "that' he xv'ould not confess ;ariy thing; iiftd he w-as at length released, torni bleedingj and unable>to stand. A few hours iifierwards Suspicion began to rest upon .Parker, himsdf,,wh6 on being tied \o the same-ttefi,,roared out ''.I. have the money." The- whole s"uin was foupd in liis^jiossessiQ.n and that of the AVench, oh .whose false testimony^ the, innocent man had -been somutilated ^^^^V;^. .7_'.__'_i_rl "^TTHis^occurrei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

• -Jiiyrt^^TBmjTiR ?.?¦*a*^. ;> SILICIOUS METALLICi Oil- MINERAI,, INCOR' RUPTl'BM'ifEETHi'.''¦'."-T.~"~ r" Is has,for many ycariilj.ceii. a great dealderatani' ampnp; European aiid A.merirafiDentists,to" Manufacture Teeth from incorruptible materials which should imitate the natural livirijr.Teetlii,' '- ¦- •_;. ¦ . Many have devoted -years tolnnsuccessful 6 perimenis,-and other's have siftoeeded'. in nianufaeburing. teeth of mnterials simiiarto the porcelain.ware,hilt gencrallv tliey.have nn'opaque white appearance, by •fceth . cyar?ca6i, 7?'8l'nEu'>8ned from the human - After long and tedious ^VihieKts, tli^anf^rioer" has succeeded™ manuracturinffftetfi ot"SSsniS^Sh^h^ ia"dP"^i^imiuitibtfofbu> man teeth.: Theyhavea^emi-trariaparency, and art made of variods sizes and shadetC' ^ ' ¦:'"." Incases where absorption of the\aveolar oroceas or other causes may render it necessary, he will cast ot the same materials attached to the teeth, artificial gums, which...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

"•.TiiitMa.''" The " Carlisle Herald & Evpositor," will he-issued every TUESDAY A'PtEUNOONr»t Two Dol-Uii, per annum, payable in advanci: ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the usual rates. Xetters addressed to the editor, on business, SIUST BE POST PAll) 'otherwise they will receive no atf ¦". ¦ ¦ — ' ' tention. i'' .:,'".'' T'7 ' " ~"~ ',.' AGENTS. The following named persons have been appointed Agents for th,c "Carlisle Iterald_^_Exp_ositor,;' to rwhora payment for subscription and advertisements ¦ can be made.. . l D. Shelly, Esq. Shircmanstowni'Cuntb. Co. . Scoif Covle,Esq.; Newville ; "ido ..,.'. P. Koontz, Esq. Newburgh " do . Thos. W. HirtEsj Esq. Shipperisburg do ' Johk WuNDEnLicii,£sq. do. , do ,. J. Mateeb, Esq; Hoguestown .."' do R. Wilson, Esq. Mechanicsb'urg, do William Hunsha, Esq. Hopewell ..-do. R. Stuboeon, Esq. Churchtown do - -_ Dr. Asa White, New Cumberland do —THOS.''KLACK7^sq7Broomii"eld, Perry^cbuii^. . . A. Black, Esq. Landisburg • _'r ilo ~

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

—^^P-Q^ . -—¦—"With sweetest (lowers cnricVd, . .' - From Wit-ions gardens cull'd. with care.'!.'. . Fast Hours. ~"f"" An, surely tHercare moments when thy heart IVlust tlunk of her ithas so caolly banished;—Does nbt.my image to thy memory BtaVt,-Though all that made its earlier charm be vanished? boyounot think ofme sometimes at night, . When the dark kours ajrc passing still anil lonely, -The pale stars watching with the dreamy %"*> ¦ " \ . And tliou art with th/ own hushed thoughts'lelt only.' Do, they not bring me back? ' Dost tliDU not say, Perhaps this very moment she is weeping. -_ Those bitter tears that pride subdues by day, To wet the pillow that I keep from sleeping! : , - ¦ ' r • ¦"". Does the still midnight waken no remorse, No pity forJJUe misery of thy making? .---False as thou art—I could not wish thee worse TlmnoncKidmiUnlghtorm., .-..iiuwu^'ib'- iheartHy voice.lUookwithinthinjecycs,—¦• : .. Then start to think it is but an allusionj*--. False as thy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

MISCEIiL ANEOITS.. •Tromtlie JVew Yorker. ' ; ¦' The Fatal Wager. FOUNDED OS FACT—TRINSLATEO FB0ST THE OEB-• ¦ MAS. :r--' " A cbi^j dreary niglvt, herr students," said thejiostjffthe Double Eagle, .as he threw a faggot of wood upon the firs, around which were 'seated a knot of students,- si; lenity"smoking their 'meerschaums, while, upon a table hear-at hand stood amumber of empty bottles and, drinking-iciips, bearing evidence of jheir recenf good cheer. TK'e night was far advanced—it-was St. .Mark's eve—rand they had been discussing.the numerous superstitions current /among ¦ the peasantry respecting this hallowed-time. There was a pause in. the conversation," and each sat seemingly absorbed in his own thoughts, which,' to- judge frgm the grave aspect of th'eir.countenances, were serious enough. So deeply were they buried-in im5"di' taTioh7'ThH' n^eiree3ednnre"ob' servation of the- landlord. It JvaOoWjird the close of Autumn, arid the wind whistled 3JVfUly2^' sJJiLsiviifiLp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

Counsel for jLa/licn. Ii?t every married woman'be persuaded there are iwa ways of governing .a family. Tlie^ first is, by the expression of that whijh" threatens force. The second is by the power of-love,1'to. which even strength will yield. Over the mind of the husband, a wife should never employ any other power than gentleness. When a Woman accustonu—herself to say, '/-wtV/,' she deserves to losa her empire. Avoid, contratlictuig your husband. - Wlion we smell a rose, we e.Svpoct to imbibe the sweetness of it.9 odor—s ) we look for every thing-amiable i:i woman.. . Whoever is often cputradictad, L-els insensibly an aversion for the person who cqntradiets.which gains strength by time.- Employ yourself in household aifjirsj^jW^i ijtULyjiaiJmsband-iSoBfideii-to. M°AA' l°_?. e S*L a higher importance, and not give your advice till he asks: it. ' Never take -upon yourself to'.he. a censor of your husband's morals, to read lectures to him. Let your preaching, be a good example. ...

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