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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Theatrical damages.—The Sp irit of ' .he Times says that Mrs. Henry Lewis, tl)K actress, has lecovered in New Y01 k before the Cour: of Common Pleas, $435, witb interest, of Chailes Thorne, manager of the Chaiham Theatre. She bad been engaged by him at a salary of S15 per week, and one third of a bonetit, to p lay strong characters and boy's parts from October 1S41, to July, 18-12. In March last she was discharged, on the ground that the management did nut want her, and that she had violated the 30lIi rule, which says we suppose, "Thou sbalt nol drink strong liquors." Her black eyes and evidence gained the . suit. Thorne was compelled to pay her 815 a week to the 4th of July, and $100, the estimated value of the clear 1 3 of n benefit. Among ih»,;persons appointed to assess the damages in the case of the Pennsylvania Hall, ate a number of thorough-going abolitionists. They will no doubt make a speculation out of the destruction of their head quarters.

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Our Credit Abroad. ThnTniirnal nf Cr.mrriHri-e niiblishpa the following extract of a Wter from a gentleman in London, under dale of the 3d iost. Mr. Robinson is the government agent. The position which our government hfllds is humiliating in the last degree. So much for repudiation: — "Mr Robinson handed Wme your in* troductoiy letter, which he said was the only one he had delivered, or should at preseut deliver, feeling assured from the jpeaf aversion manifested towards the in* troduciion of any American stocks by the JS ^ lteh public, that it waaquite useless to olfor the Government loan. In mv opiutea Mr Robinson has no chance of disposing ot(any part of the loan, for all the tapital-MlLil) Burope seem to unile in saying that ao^tocks of the states or Union should find fltor here, until some means are adopted ta J the United States to put a stop to the coqiyi) of Repudiation, and again place, at least, the integrity of the country on its fonaer footing. In proof of what I h...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Post
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

From the Aihaay Argui, Adopted Citize n* look at this. The adherent* of Gov. King of Rrkode ; Island (known as the Charter *pr Algefine Whig party,) now a»8einb!ed at Newport to ; trameja CHin*ention, propose to regulate-the light oT suffrage this wise. We ask tho at-Mention ofoat adopted citizens to the faicts, * tfiaffheyTmay know- how to estimate (the blarney with which they are always lap - proached by the whiga just before an election. - <- : ¦ ¦' ¦ ' ¦' ¦ .,. ! 'These Rhode IslaniLwhiga prfposje to make a di«tinolion betwean natt'.Valized piii' zena at the polls. That i«v to give ihe| native (itizens, if a white man, the rigflj lo vote; though he may not own a dollar of property; but the naturalized citizen is not .jiabenJlowetlto vote, unless he owns a free ChoJU of the value of $134. Anil, as if to /n»ake the distinction still more odious, ; the viehite-naturalized citizen is put on the same foxing, in this respect, with the blanks ^ftojtfe allowed to vote if posses...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

The Frize Fighters. The Court before which the New York prize fig hters are to be tried, is now in sea' sion at Bedford, Westchester county.r—The charge of the Judge to the Grand Jury is severe. It appears by it, that the mere passive spectators are not considered guilty of homicide in any degree. It, seems probable, that indictments for manslaughter will be found against Lilly M'Cleester, Ford, Sanford, and Shanfroid and Sullivan, and some one or tivo others. The Grand ¦ Jury appear not to desire to present bills against any persons, except those wbo were active and energetic in urging on thiitfight, or who had bet money on the ground on the result. Lewis Halsjey, the time keeper, who was arrested in Philadelphia, and who lives in that city, has'been discharged b y the Disr trict Attorney. It is thought that the indictments wijl be made out immediately, und the trial go on. ¦¦!-¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Canada.—Our Canadian nei ghbors appear tn l>e in tnuch trouble about, this lime. Sr Charles Bagnt has made overtures to the liberals and taken some of them into his cabinet, and ihe consequence is that he has displeased 0>e ultra 13ritish portion of the; country. The Toronto Patriot is perfectly rabid. TIib following, from the Rochester Democrat shows that the dissatisfaction has extended to the Parliament: There is trouble in the Canada 1 Pat lia ment. The Governor General, in trying to admiiislef the government upon 'conciliation principles,' is likely to find iself entirely unsupported. By calling into his Cabinet men of liberal principles, he has offended cho toiies and a portion of the sn-Ciillud iJfformei's, who together command a ruaj.iri'y in the Parliament. Mr. Dtaper, ouc of ihe highest officers of Government, has resigned, and it is expected that there will be a general breakup of the Cabinet. It is also rum-ired that Parliament will be dissolved. If so, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

A Moving Temperance Lecture. a temperance meeting was held on rnday evening last, in Decatur street, at which Mr. Daniel McGinley held forth in his accustomed zeal and g-nnd humor from a market wagon. Sjine 'rummies, "* who had been "attracted to the spot, either becoming offended bt the remarks of ihe lecturer, 01 satisfied lhal they were r . eally the asses he represented them to be, put themselves in ihe shiifis of the wagon, afid ran away with the leclurer, down Decatur street to Carpenter, and down the latter to Sixth street. 'Old Mack' continued his lecture during his ride, and finished it at the place of slariing — having been pulled back by the 'cold wa-(er boys.' The scene,as well as the lei-ture, was quile a 'moving' one, and afforded con siderable amusement lo the spectators.— old Mack hangs on lo ilia cause like a burr, and can't be shaken off by any body. He intends (o hold forth again at llin same place, during ihe present weuk.—Philad. Ledger-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

uoivre Bctticiiceut iumu \ im Colt the Murderer. . ' ¦fcn'T ' 1 1««.^. ~-*^^.»w* — *r. | nLn t** /^..It uewg « s. vs banded to the Court the following paper, which was read by Judge Kent: " The position I now hold is to a sentient beihg the most agonising possible. It is more painful than the struggleof death it-; •el ' f." B«t ii is a form of proceilure that I ] am l>1»Hee41 _> pass through before my c ' ase; rearhifrthe last tribunal of the Slate to ^ wliinh it ' will be carried in accordance with that j in ic« Wfijrh nanni>t le denied 10 the' <aeau««t of in-tnkifid. Most cheerfull y willj I «6i»ni!tmv "case t<» final examinatinn by, «b?Court 0/Errnn. I futlv believe it wilt: tei ' sfitde the Judgment of the Jury, who' tte» *»fed aside by prfjidwe and error a3' 10 trample on ihe e*ifi<*nce-~lo lrarapla on; Jl|»Taw-^r to ir*«p 1e no the Judge's charge. -•A'mfcftfje thousand false rumor* in «irctr Uti»ti lii the time of, and before my ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

terra TI18 Murderers of Maj. Floyd. .The Grand Jury, at Hie present , *ra«? found true (tills against James M'Lean and Hqni'X Johnson charged with the muriiei; of . Maj. Gabhiel F. Flovd, at his house nearr this ciry, on the nig ht of the 10th ijf August last. They were brought into qourt this morning, the indictment read, ^nJ a plea of-'not guilty" entered. Messrs. Hudson and Blennerhasset appeared as counsel for the accused;—and Tuesday next was, we understood, assigned forithe trial. The prisoners are both young men, and exhibited but little concern on the indictment being read. r Harvey Pooler wasalsoarraigned for attempting on the iOth of July last, to steal a t^Dk containing clothing. &c, from on board the steamboat Mermaid. The usual pJea was entered and the court assigned JiV. Eustace to conduct his defence.— St. Louis Era.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Western editors seem to consider hog's lard a manna sent from heaven. A swindler in N. York employed twenly*dr thirty clerks lately to do nothing; tte required a deposite of. $20 each from them, as security fur their honesty, and ran away with >t. It is good tn rise in the world, but uever-twist yourself up by the waistband. Lewellen lias Insi his highly trained horse Mazeppa. Ho died at Rochester, N. Y. on the 29ili. uIt. •'Poor o'd line, let him di»." •3 la Richmond Star.—'Pa, when is thu Maine.election cominj'back again?' ^Coining back again, child—what do you mean? Ii is never comin? back, I hope.1 •Well, what does the Tribune mean in this piece abont'Maine election returns' I *hou!d like ti> know?' 'Yiu. had better run into the house, my

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Carrylns water on both shoulders— Prolec-•r-¦ ' . ¦ ¦¦ tio0. It seems that the Whig candidate has a protection faca for the North and an antiprotection face for the South. The following is an extract from one of Mr. Clay's latest speeches in the Senate: 'It was scandalous that this Government should have gone on for years past, spd was going on now, by the expenditure ¦af more than was received. Taxation he knew,and-bail before said, was the reraedy forthis. Carry out, then, the spirit nf tha Compromise act. Look to levenuo alone for the suppoit of tha Government. Do not raise the question of protection, which 1 had hoped had been put to rest.— Tfrere is no necessity for protection. ''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

A warning to Mayors ' Clerks —The latest New York defalcation is that of a Mr. Ahern, late Mayor's Clerk, which is estimated at from fifty to sixty thousand dollais. It seem3 that ho was entrusted to collect and pay over to the City Chamberlain, the commutation money demanded from passengers arriving in this country. Hai kept no books about it, omitted to account for many passenger*, &c. The new clerk discovered the facts. Ahern gave bail in 320,000 to answer the charge.— The Sun will p lease copy, and send Lis bill lo Ahern.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

The Mill's Poipt Herald says the brick of the Cairo Dry Dock, was sold at this p lace on Saturday, the 20th instant, by virtue of an order of the Hickman Circuit Court, in the suit of Woods, Slacker & Co against the Cairo City & Canal Company, It was bid in,at the low price of-$450'by the agent of 'Messrs W. S. . '& Co. The dock cost 30 (j)00 dollars 1 ' G3rT he h«*]th d{ Michigan n«vor was totter than it is this aeaeon. -. 1 #>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

Mr. TFebsler.~The Journal of Commerce says that Mr. Webster has g iven the President notice that he will tetire from office when news of the ratification of the treaty lately concluded wiih Lord Ashburton shall be received. His retirement is not ba?ed upon any quarrel or disaffection towards Mr. Tjler.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

See First Page. Interesting Correspondence-.—We will puhlijh in to-morrow's Post, the correapnndence which took* place between a Committee of the friends of the President, in Philadelphia, and the Hon. W. W. Ir win, during his late -visit to that city.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

DAILY MORNING POST. TS». FUILUPS ^ WM.1I. 8S1TH, EDITORS A.ND PROPRIETORS T MON D-A'Y, OCTOBER 3. 1842.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

D t. A. W. FATtB«»>H.«fcejN SMiUfcM meet.. oear sum. «»»«"- ) IKON AMD COXMieSlUN BfcBCUASTS—si-lCef j ler woaM rtspeclfclty iojbc* tn^oU cwlomtra»-wi, rrieB*s.t*al he baslhisfey amciau4 wilb Us A. Me-1 llwaiMS-awter Ukefirm of 3- Keller f Co ^ art resaaaed i ha formfr buiBessdf4ea!eria tron and Saite, at his old j EUitdi S«.3i.Fn»a» sU, teltrcea W«d a«< Market ste., A reae»a) of bis old co^oai, and U)e pasrocage of ibe , nobliegeaeralij, is re?p-rtfoUy tpqoeHfii. I Pitisl«rgo, Aptil8, 1842. SAUDEL. KEU.EE. sgplQ ALEX ft M'iLWAINE. R " bBEitTFORTEa,At.««, ^ i»—Office ! os tbr rnraer cf Foil h aod Sn>i«!)S»5d os. »F 10 ', ~ ' SBCKf5TARr»S »fFICK,r T\! H»»HSECISB, Sf^rtftnhpr 14 h,)S4i < : SALE TF STOCKS OWN ED! BY THE COS- j MOiNWEALTB, AT AUCTION. 1 IK EBrmance Of tbe prorisioasof lie 4lfc t»rtioo of an 1 ! ; i I X Act of Aesentay. passed ibe 27lli <laj of Jaly lasJ, j «?niilled,'-AB aei to prorulefor lb<- ordinary eipe«»es of Ibe Govern...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

aM—aMWia ^ IW Y^K.CBO«iBrSUX9 *?s»a^J^frw«r«tt#. _pa. 3Lr FELIX, gf Yoaagtawa,, !Wata>m* a< Oaaaiy. wwMMainttMcilanrlirfatntke awWclaat be haa made one of lac atoal tataartant dteeoverteara awaidac ever StMnrn. aad whlsb wfU he lefatied bereafier a* Analog an epaeft is UeartefbtaBog. ' After aa an)onan«»ca MMor Teat*. a»&»«dl hyihe bestawdical writere,3odlDeli»httofer?«icBCe, drawn fran a wideJr tvended nraetiee, he ten intxnted a pill «• ea«y ia onera1io:i,Te»»poirert«tia»ffeCf,#o«ifrj» «r4e.' and yet so lUoroujlj therapciailck ieqaaiiir. thai H.w|tl radirally core eeariy all' boar, dfeeafrs to vhich hamaWily is heir. Tbe owJkiM s so nicely pr«portinae«—te' rompoofTit isjEredrmet-rs are so »crnra»e1» »^o«(ed,tr«t it operates upoa the organs, parts, aad ve^tete of t*e *y»- i teia wiili powerful efficacy- : fi!ii!lio3>disor*frsil5e2«1i««roe&-rnil II n-eteve ¦he TitiqicJ andarii hil*?. nro«oie»a beaHhy «»enf l}<». and soon rrslores iliat a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

IgSS^^gSE7 fcme^?^ | RKfer^^^ ; K1Sp " '" ,- • Ssiordiv evenft"";V ' fl^ri^h ih-t ™s rC n«n.«». «J 4hB "¦ •riU '- ;. „ cMlect a Urge ! J--:,™t:^ ' R M- Pi«-svn, Esq. j K^ ^' he-e^ bvcai:,^ H ,rM . , • -,? chr.r. but this wojU »:i 'I "" , ,,..p ,.f thai p/^'J ¦ ; ;e ;h ;Th0 ,^^keweiuho K ' .. . i Mr. . ' ¦ ' ¦ •' ! ' Uirn, ":ri " ,i;j , -r v.'i sihe ^&p. ffli M1 - • - ¦ i,af:-«: >' ' -1 IS^»" i»ie ^KiJ en: f''''If Tir ' pPCrnOe Club ' ^K ' rj .-.•£.•, ¦ .- poll tail "»l ^^¦J {»r- r;. '' , , .;, s .ri.-:! in ihi.-fiiv. He W,iMU'* '><-l ™"> - tliat Mr- Joh " W Twn V (¦¦ ¦ Prefiderisand lw» n-cro r!io*en. Then on motion Eli?.? [hkeweli (of cjur*e) a com-|app. >i:- -led to uraf; resolulions. ¦heir absrnrti, Mr. Sdlirin, Sen li -.' .i-r counly, was calle'l upon for I jje a nr.parpi!.r.nd we wrre hip- - »,..( i, f ; * i e ¦ -d lonkiiif.f.t, Me B H- co:nniP»rei! by making an Kn . ;' a: !: i cj!; was'uiiPxppcted. ' t,,.,, ;!!• ,• . H^is a very...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

JT. STEWART, 1'pl.otsterer and Taper Han-er, • V-» 49. Ftfl't «lrf et. between Wood and PmiHtfield -i = . fiu-k ard Straw Mattras^es ataar? oa hand All i ..'.>ji.- .'..-rtiu-d with neatness and tje?paic!:, on j*rmmn>o- i •iatinr irnn«- fep20—ly I UiLLi»« I.imiu. Ir Jo^ern H. Hiil ; LAHI3JEU dt CO., Erchjn;^ Bro kers. Fonrtn I ^ ic,!. m uxi ujor heiow Market. sep 20—ly i j . i S> r. . a \ -'•!:.:-" . ii'Mtrt t!:..v ivusKs—f,i ' O «»..'. - :¦ ..- Vw.u<i.^'!i'<r wf Iro.i and \»i!s. ¦ :v.n ... i.r- ^ - " ) H.i .1-1.. r-iif..iff li. ' -»-:• ]0—ij L. ' : ^ . ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ .- -Lfi. — ''.¦•!- !-i>'- !¦•! ?l3i;«-l.»--i. r. 11..e ... ¦ .¦ ¦ I.'-- .,f r.Tt-1 ..is litiiu..*1 Hilt. Ll.!> ':¦ > 41. ' - ' " - " . ''¦ - !^i. 1..J '.U K-%J. in Ccok'a i>:nrt ' .. I. 1-, ' -.i ' .' H . i^.,!..iU n.j? _r> ^ud ^7. in '. ooi . \ nan r.iL.N.ii! il ;£h slr^-i . .....u Hipp*-^- t'onn Hun's For iero.j. a;.,.ly io Z. W . il EMI NGTOS . j &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 3 October 1842

' BA» '& 3WOT«. ' .ASM* CXCIUSSC LIST. coimiCTTBniM-L ¦» *"*» w*Mjm, aauxn >una. i — J ¦ ——! PES. VSTUVASift. WW», 8 ; Bank of PinsMHT». J" **¦ **, J i Mefcb-4'M»B-bk - >' »»**. | , Eichans* feanlr, P" Cm»» | , Bt ofGerajaatowa " Korw*tt, - * i Garten laak, *• Xeai», * !j. Lancaster tank, ffitf S.IJajton , ; 2; Bank of Chester Co. p»r Seiow, ; ¦ 2i Farmers" «* Backs Co. » Post BOltk. 2!j [>ovlestowo fak <lo " CfctUieolbe, 10 j Rtuf N America ThO. - Frao.kkCotaajlite. 3 Bk of Northern Libeilie*,- Lancaster, UH Commercial bk. of Pa. " HamBioil, 3a , Far. * Mechanics bk. - Giaiwiile, \ — 1 Kenjiosioo ht. " Com- bk, Lsie Erie, 3a Ptiiiadflphra !.k- « Far. tk:ef Canton, 50! Scnnvikin bk. •' Urtaoa 78 j ftMHtawsrli I*. - INDIANA. j W^pern bk. • S»»'e •*-* Branches, 2} , Bk. of Pennsylvania, 9|S<ale Scrip. 43 j Bk off«.T,. t* KENTOCKY. j Man. 4- Mechanics bk- 18 All lonfc. * Br-bS-.icM.k- P-" ILLINOIS. { Moyamensit,- bk. 1« Sia'-e bk * Brane...

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