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

&lwEG?a.TBux.axJLrssscI.BLIl2i1i'l. iiuoa Finn tits lh j Braio. Siege of Matamoros a Failure. tt be-cnnics a pninful duty to announce In our teailcis tint ihe siccc and ns-ault upon Milam ros by Ocner al Cnrvnj il ainl Ins furres. Ins resulted in. n. disastrous failure. In nnr tun list piper. wu 1 io staled the arrival of Him fral drvajil and ltia lorrtrs nmomilinj: in about SOD men and a sis pouu i'cr sun to invest the city nl" Mnnmoros : we also I 6l3te4l in the tome paper3 that Gen. Avalos Cnin-j raindins fur the Cfitr.il Mexican Govcrnmrnt. hull ii t!ie ntv of M-.tamiiM. a fu-re of s'm.u GOO men' si slimed lij nine pieces if artillcivof ihe respective! calibres of six time anil l.vii-.e.pnuiiilcrs. These nt ns were rMaliliahed in ir.rneadtf lnllrnrs. com! pleti'U .left-mlinc his he-ulijinters ind lit position for ail liis men I'pnn C.irvTnl's arm-.l at Tort Pari alMin a ii.ilt- above Mifimorns lie ordered an j attnek tnndc upon Axaln' p-is.lwn Five rnupa-i nies viz i Walker'...

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

her internal improvement system (ho other States of the south-west and indeed those of the whole Union have nn mterest.joint and common with her own in one great route at least across her territory or between the jiarellels of 31 and 33 degs. latitude exten- ding cast and west in the direction of the Paso del Norte on the one hand and the Sabine boundary of Louisiana on the other. The advantages of such a road to Tcv;as pan readily be enumerated. It may be'eon- Jiected with the road projecicd from Port La- - vaca to San Antonio extending north vcsl- wards with anv road running fiom the city of Galveston through Houston to Austin ;and thence northwards between the waters of the Colorado and Urazos in tnc direction ol Preston on Red River; thus connecting ev ery portion of the Stale and forming one of the most complete systems ot public vvorKs ever undertaken by any community. On the Louisiana boundary this road would connect with the New Orleans Opclousas and nnd Sabine river road. w...

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

. aX3Sl IWWY 7 From the London 27ricj. EMIGRATION TO AMERICA. We have repented tid nauseam that the peo- are leaving iw nt the r.ilc of near a thott- j.ind day. In Ireland tho fact is brought home tn the .jndcrstandi'ig in sd forcible n tnanner.by the actual sight of emigrant train migrant ships depopulated districts ruined hnhitations and labor beginning to rise in the market that it cinnot be disposed of so easi- ly as in this country. In England it has boon anticipated by some wiiteis I Ii tit when the Irish population should be reduced to a cer- tain low level the inducements to remain would tisc n high that the migiiilion would s-toji and the remnant left behind would be contentedly and'pt'rinini'iiliy .ttt.iched to the oil. Tlic Irish authoritie- as we are dis- posed to think very correctly do not expect the migration to stop us soon a- the population ha- assumed its proper i-roportion to tit none in be done 1'he people who have been in the habit of paying 30s. an acre would n...

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

TSfk t5s& BJf I a k iTt 3 PI a 5 lH'fff S ?-ll. L O HARASS OE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BSaVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE FREx EDITOR ii PROPRIETOR. esea: Mi Mu mm -3 HBBI - r itaa eh bw missa T3 ws f33 23 R 9 THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Tsllow-eUizens of the Senate and of the House of Rcj rscnlatives: I congratuate you and one common country upon the favorable auspices un der which you meet lor your hrst session. 0 ir country is at peace with all the world. Ihc agitation which for a time thrcaten- e 1 to disturb the fraternal relations which nrule us one people is fast subsiding and a rear of general prosperity and health has crowned the nation with unusual bles- sings. None can look back to the dan- gers which are passed or forward to the bright prospects before us without feeling a fnrill of gratification at the same time tint we must be impressed with a grate- ful sense of our profound obligation to a Beneficent Providence whose paternal eaie is so manifest in the happiness ...

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

ou L.nan3atS.Taiss.ij:4caa3mr-T;3r is to be feared that minor-rations offoreignj good? beyond a healthy demand in this country will lead to a suddon drain of the precious metals from us and bring with it as it has done in former times disas- trous consequences to the business and tho capital of the American people. The exports of .specie to liquidate our foreign debt during the. past fiscal year have been S2 1.2537 over the amount of spe cie. impose!. The exports of sp.-eie during the fir.st quarter of the present iwcal year have been S! 1.(53 1.S27. Should specie contin- ue to be exported at tins rate for the re- miiuing th.-ce-fouitlis of this year it will drain from out metalic currency during tlie year ending 30th January lS3i the enormous amount of 83SG07.:iOS. In the present prosperous condition of the national finances it will become the duty of Congress to con&iderthu b"st mode of paying oli'the public deb'. If the pres- ent anticipated surplus in the treasury should not...

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

MtateMi mi n iriVttB.v-rTrtfT' ---'- Tho Presidency. Tljo praactit session of Congress is as usu- al th period for the commencement of ac tivo exertion for Presidential nominations. By otu liino in Mnrch or April Iho several candidates roust be formal! in the field. A few months since 5enF Scott was nom- inated in Pennsylvania by iho free soil Whigs nnd the North generally was relied upon as certain to march up in solid phalanx to his support. But this hope is already dissipated into thin air. Its substantiality has already vanished. In so brief n time as a few weeks the air castles ot the Conqueror of Mexico '5?manyyearsnurscdamid battle and bivouac ore less perceptible than shadows. A native ot Virginia presented by the legislature with much pomp of words (and by a deputation of legislators.sent to the National capital for the purpose) with a splendid testimonial of her high appreciation of the honor which his gal innt services icflcctcd upon her Virginia was the very first to rep...

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

J.--1 ..r - TH E Ail E R I C A N M 1 N ISTER IN IRELAND. V-In:u THE "LP.NDO.N TI21CS" OF SEPTEMBER 30. A ccitain litlto poem relates how a certnin Jicr.-onapc one dny look n walk lo see how his snug little farm the earth went on. Though it is unnecessary to travel so far for a prece tic it or n justification of the tour which the American Minister is making in Irclandthcre is one point in common between the two vis- its viz. that Ireland lo all practical purpo- ses belongs to that Power whose Minister it is now cnlcitaining. Mr. Abbott Laurence ires way to a very natural instinct when he makes n pilgrimage ! the healths and the altars that feed the population I (he United States. The American who stands on the quays at New York sees a vast human tide pouring in at the rate of a thousand a day to iwell the numbers tin; wealth and the pow. rr of the country lie sees that it was direct necessity which drove them Irom the land of their fathers and he recognizes in that necessity the pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 January 1852

CHARLES D MORSE LOSE SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD or THE TREE EDITOR li. PROPRIETOR. VOL.9 C L A 11 K S V I L L E It E D RIVER COUNTY T E X A S T I1UUS D A Y J A X U Alt Y 3 I 85 2. NO. 18 $? & From the New Yo:k Tributw. UVFUL CALAMITY. Forty-five Children Killed a hun- dred wounded. A THOUSAND PEKSONS IX MOURNING. Yaiious ccou.vr of the CATJsTKoriic. Saortly after 2 o'clock yesterday after- noon the City was agitated by the report of t. most dreadful catastrophe at Waid school No 20. in Greenwich-avenue near J .forson Market. At first by a singular rewrsion of the usual form of rumor not 1. !f the truth was told; it was reported d. town that the stairs of the school house had given way and that a dozen chi'Jren were killed. This was enough o artle the residents ol" that section oi the City who were away from home and all sorls'of vehicles were at once sum- inciied 'o convey them to the scene of the tasjistcr. Before we go farther let us briefly state tho natur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 January 1852

TIIK LAST DAY OP TIIC-CHEAT R X II 1 B I T I O X . The Times jrives the following account of the final sccuco'i the List public day : A the day wore on. a renmrkable eon ee.ifralioii of people in the nave began to be discernible. Tiie Mile avenues and com l.i were deserted and from end to end of the building nothing was to be -ecn I...- .. -.. .it .-.- i. li.r. l.-it.ro (iltiTlfT 1111 .i... v '..:i.f..ll.t-n lm.......l.i;r.iwcrp iijrhted. and the building divided fereat current of curiosity which kept Ihe iiiiHin motio.i without progress ikno pjsscu and she ci tr.inet hicou:.- ra'her reiu.r.ion m ine i:np Ie.l. The i . .i lvonh s.-em.'d to be tailing up their posi tion theie and the galleries- as fai-'as the. !.i t. ..... ..;i i. ..r. tatoi.s who a. thev gaed o.i the xat as- j The pohco and the sapper. appeared on MNhblagcbeneathidemlv appeared to tene. first m small knots and then expect that mjiiic public iIcinoiKltntio'i ! ' they had moved the people on a l.t- wms aboii. to be m ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 January 1852

J jr The Democratic Tarty The Secret of its Success. An examination of tlio political history of our country for thn past fifty years -vvnulri wc think satisfy any candid man that the Democratic party has a basis which will endure while human govern- ments endure and that as its perpetuity is beyond a doubt so is its general suc- cess inevitable. Every cardinal princi- ple of our faith aims at the enlargement of popular riglitsvhilc every measure we advocate tends to preserve the republican simplicity of our system. Ylio has war- . red for the extension of the elective fran- chise! Who has labored to prevent our governments bolh State and National from becoming the dispensers of spoils and consequently the sources of corrup- tion? Let the hisorv of parties answer. Look at the labors of Constitutional re sscasEZssss AMERICAN WINE. . Cincinnati Novemiiku 8 1851. The quantity manufactured in this vi- cinity .surprise's me. I have just returned from a visit to one of N. Longwoktii's win...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 January 1852

rfsnconr FATH ER -MATH EW'S VALE DI CTOlOf . T. Tin: CiTisr.Ns of tud U. States. Dir.rly Beloved Friends: ily miion amongst you clnqes to day 1 rrnnnt inltc my final departure from the shore? u"iu great find prosperous country without publicly recording my deep nnd grateful ai ii-c!.itiin "f tin jiiiieron5 sympathy the del icaie attention nnd the unremitting kindness which 1 have experienced in every section of ihi-i vnst Union. The noble reception which vou have spontaneously tendered to a stran ger.Uuowii merely as an humble missionary in ihe cati-e of inor.il reform proves tin de- votion of" your people lo the interest of hu inanity however feebly championed and has endeared Ameiiea and her people to mo by a thousand ties too sacred for utterance. Though the renewed attacks of n painful and in-iiiious urnlidv have rendered it impossible thai I could (without imminent danger to my life make Ilmse public exertions which were never spared by me in the days of my health nnd of my vig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1852

. ft IT 3r M JUL MmM Ai && Mama &i JHnrl m&m eg&ra 9mm m&? sgs eOssss ess a e ESJKa'a CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. 9 Extracts from KOSSUTH'S SPEECH S From his speech at Manchester. ' i'he very source of these demonstrations is i ie instructive feeling of the people that the d;stiny ot mankind has come to the turn- in -point of centuries. The dospot Govern- ments of Europe feel their approaching death. That is tko state of the case as I conceive it fei nllemen! It is not ray individuality it w'i i my presence which has aroused any fce'irg or sentiment. I am nothing hut the opportunity wjiich elicited tho hidden spark tlir onoortunitv at which tho existing in- -.im.-tlvG nnnruciation of approaching danger r.iua in everv nation the cry to burst foith.' "Swsden tho future left wing of the forces of freedom." 'Mr Phnirman. there was once a kina of rvrus sent once a man though I do not re nice ber his namo to Rome. On his return Sk s reported by htm to his master that he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1852

From The Ouachlla Herald Exlia. Proceedings of the It AIL HOAX) CONVENTION iilld tT comrN uik os the 22nd wn '23rd oficclnibi.k. 1331. '"i proptietS.c. f consti tiding a Il'iil Rnnd linm (mil's ljnndmgm the Mississippi Kn rr lit way of Camden lo Unl Rnor. The Contention owing to the inclemency of the wenthri anil other hindering cuiseuA not a- large as could have been desired onva? anticipated; but notwithstanding those dis- couraging circumstances its deliberations iinc ch.irnriuiizrd by nn cnthiisi tsm vvhteh augured it ell fur the success ot the entci prize had in conteinplatioti Every one expressed entire confidence in the pinjeel and the mi prpssinti is now general that the Kail road civ and WILL he hmll. The Contention was organized by electing Hon. C C. Scoit President and appointing Jas A. Junes and Jas A. Wanicr Secrcta tils. After the President had explained the oil jccls of the Contention in a tery clear and forcible manner Col. John Dockery ofLv fa) cite nrose and addres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1852

"ttto the back van! all the cake and wine left from the. wedding demolished all the glasses and overturned the tabic &c in t rvnrlnr On Jim fathers remonstrating with them they pitched him also out of the house ana wounu iqi " "u".Dv. heatiug the bride and forcing her to seek refun-e in her father's house. The old man got out his gun and snapped the trigger cveral times.butthc percussion caps were fortunately none of the best and he was spared the sin of shedding the blood of his sons. The latter have been held to bail for trial. John McCann a voting man who about $& year since had oil of vitriol thrown in his face bv two spiteful women has lately gone deranged while in the blind asylum whom h was learninff the trade of brush makinjr. The vitriol ate his eyes out of his head and will yet cause his death. The two women were sciucnceu 10 nu years' imprisonment. An attempt is ma- king to procure their pardon but under the circumstances can scarcely prove suc- cessful. Indies' C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 January 1852

VENICE. l-or.p.s-.FosnnxcE ok the Newark advertised. But we are approaching Venice the tcr-. minus ofour travel the destination of our de- sire! -the heart is palpitating and the eyo reachini; to behold the reality ol a. life-drenin But is it not still a dieam? Surely those Hu- morous domes and spires and paltccs and columns are rising slowly out of the very bo- som of the waters as spectres of the glorious past. And what are those innumerable black iibjects moving to and fro in the distance.that seem lloating hearses bearing the illustrious dead of other ages to the sepulchral sea? "Look at the gondolas!" says a fellow-traveller. IVhnl! can those funereal barges be gondolas'? And sure enough we nrc rum- bling over the mile-long granite-built bridge which unites Venice with terra firmn; and now wc exchange the ruilroad carriage for a scat in one of these same gondolas which seems nny thing bu' a hearse as it bears so much of life and lively curiosity along the lamp-lighted waters to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 January 1852

ORTHERN W!l - flB HHttE! Sa Sa wr kjSft&s. fS t-iis-v rsr ffia VI BU Rtl m fa gl 13s f ; LA J&fl 'r'&fh Wfiw ffcjRS nl of MH Ml jfcw SB 9b g J ' y pj Ci ffij ff zsr Jt CHARGES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUH BANNER BHAVE THE BHEE2ETHE STANDABD or THE TREE - " 3 e a HI I MM II I I llliWinifcjji i ...I. .... ... -.--.. II vol. n Dcjiarttnriit oflhe Inferior. We did not get through with our extracts frou ibn Report in out last issue and therefore coatin gs the publication this week. Agricultural Bureau. In my last report I earnestly recommended the establishment of an Agricultural Bureau My opinion on that subject remtins unchang ed; and I beg leave to refer to and reaffirm all that I then said in regard to it. Agriculture is unquestionably tho great in CLARKSVILLE culture and in collecting and distributing seed plants vegetables and fruits. The publications of tho results of the in quiries and investigations of these different agents of the Government constitute the most valuable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 January 1852

FOREIGN INTELIiIO-ENCE. AHU1VAI. PER .vruiGA. New York. January 2. The ztmncr Africa bum Liverp 10I with dates 20lh December arrive.! this morning about 11 o'- clock. Fnu'cs Accounts from Paris are peaceful The Piesi.ionl Ii:a ihalniuilcil an immenso number i'f crosses if the Legion iif Honor and has do- erred a large sum or money to be distributed among tabled soldiers. General Cavaignic had been released from prison (conditionally and was about. to leave Prince for Holland ; the other Generals would he liberated ri tigrecin;; to become voluntary exiles. Victor Hnf "as at Biussels. The partisans of llii Pres- ident vvero sciive in gciting up a strong feeling in his favor and ung eery exertion to induce all Dai- ries in vme. Appearances are. that the President would have as manv votes as m ISIS. . A majoritj of ihe Metz garrison had voted a- gatnst Lou:9 Napoleon as alio had the students of the Polytechnic school at Paris ; among them the vnung Piince de Pohcr.ac. The President liel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 January 1852

wcfethe popular will and whatever way thatoreezc blows.thcy set their sails to catch it and are willing to he borne along by it wherever it may carry them provided it is .to high office. So it wns with freesmlism; the sails of a certain gentleman had been set to catch that breeze in order that it intgui lead him in the Presidency. But that indi- vidual whom he would not name would be mistaken. He hoped the day was very dis- tant when that person who was not possess- ed of a single one ol the high qualities or a- bilitics of b statesman should succeed by deep corrupt and infamous intrigue by bar- gaining and selling should raise himself to the Presidency to the ineffaceable disgrace onur national institutions. yrle could well understand why tho Senator wns not in favor of adopting any measure which would exclude from iho Democratic parly the Freesoilers; thoso who by base po- litical intrigues and corrupt bargains had raised themselves to power in certain places. Was tho support of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 January 1852

THE AZTEC CHILDREN. Tho Homo Journal describing the Kossuth jirnccrsion. in New York says: At thn fame time that thb "greatest' speci- men t humanity" n thus passing in tri- umph on ono. side of the Pnrk thn smallest specimen of humanity w ni comfort nlily Indg. il upon tlie other. Wo crossed over pnit- Iv In BKtnnii.li the sntnc ten minutes uith n i"ht cf the tuo extremes o( human nature i contrast so help one to realize thing) and partly in thn uay of hntnhle servant to our reader for whom vvc nre bound In tnke eve- ry mean? to he astonUhed and culled Upon the Aztec Ciiiidrcv nt the Clinton. We will precede our account of the visit by a sketrh of the facts cono-iniug them which wo find in the Evening Post: "The two children oj the South American race commonly called the Aztec children have recently been brought to this city. They are altogether the most lemarkablc tipecimeni of the liunnn species we have seen decidedly human yet so variant from the common typp of our race so pecul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 January 1852

0 CHARLES DE MORSE LOrrC SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE TUE STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR ii PROPRIETOR. VOL. 9 CLARKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDA Y JANUARY ai 1852 NO . 22. MfnrTr" i nr r M1 - "" ' -1 ' ir vivvubji -:is-j.JJUJav.Ai i l;fcJJlh-rfaJJlaJtaluaaL'"'ll''l' M -11' '-''-'-"--"-''"'' ttt '-" -' "' .linn h.ul. mi i iii miliH.iMnuiji m KOSSUTH IN WASHINGTON. The Proi.ir.u-. Speech. j foreign interference oppressing the sovereign We learn from the Republic of the 31st right of nations to regulate their own domes- ult. th'at on the day beforo M. Kossuth and tic concerns. .;( .;.!;. nfM'mnK-oMnil. mid M'me I stand beforo your Excellency a living Pulskv: A. Lemmi. P. Fogy. Panul Hain- mck Secretaries; Col. G. Bethlcn. Capt. J. Kalapsza.Capt. G. Grecchenck.Capt- Chas. Laszio and Dr. J. Lzpacsek. arrived in Washington at half-past 10 o'clock in the cars from Baltimore. They were mot at the depot bv -Messrs. Shields and Seward mem bers orfheSenato Committee. Richard Wnl- l...

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