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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

'',;:.:./ Sugarrcoated EillSi; ¦;-::;r;:; *_ -" jDoctor Jewett thus designates a preparation for, smuggling " tlie^crittur" into the human s,*oioacfi:, 'i "I managed to procure a quantity of tlnj!atticlej and have analysed them The balls are about the size of afllbert-,flnttened somewhaton one!»lde,' and hollow.: Tlie crust of the thel) is composed of white sugar' and ymi.'' It a TC*ioou» substance,-were used to cement the particles of sugar," tho; shell would be insoluble in • water; as>however, • gum is'used with "sugar iB!the''-preparati6h.of. thii; little (not boinb, but) rum shells, the alcohol cannot escape.-' ; "- !'"" '"* '"' '-' '-••"¦: ¦¦' £'<¦• ¦'1 .:¦: George HI. isrepreseotedby the facetious '."Pink dar," or Dr. Walcot, as inquiring .of the applo: dampling maker, "But, Gotfdy,-Goody, tell us where's. the scant!"—to whom, tte old lady! inqulred, in the most respectfnimaorier, donbtless—•' -.-' "There is no.seam, great sir—I nei-ertiiew! *..'-,,', ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

«j: THEjpOZEN SHIP. ; ; ; v Frhtn-fhp--Wpslniirt<i*»r'Tl««-Ii»»w-'-, . ' ', At: this period, when so much anxiety prevails respecting the fate of! Sir John Franklin, every thing'relating to'the Polar regions ii of interest.— The following sketch is one of the most; thrilling we have ever iCdd. - Onp serend evening.in the middle of August, Wit>, Cnpt. Warren-s lhe master of the Greenland; whaleship, found himself becalmed -among ah immense number of icebeigs .in about 77 degrees of north latitude. On one side, and within 0 mile of his vessel, these were closely wedged,together, and a*inccessibn of snow-colored' peaks' appeared behindca'Ji btliefns far as the eye could reach; ahow-^t2si£tpJh<^fiSt:vnw^nri4B ly.^ that quarter,nmd th' attt-hactprblMbly^bccn bo for' atoig.time. Capt. Warrehs^id not feel altogether satisfied with his situation; but! there being no wind .he could not mUve'one way or the other; and ho therefore kept, a strict watch, kndwing that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

, Auction Extraordioary. last Saturday, while on on one of our voyages •f discovery, steering SSW, we saw a large crowd In that sweet rrgionof the South which is sometimes ealied "Young Africa."-. Oa„inqu'ry. we found. that a colored gentleman who intended to emigrate to California, was in the act .of selling o2 h"is household'goods, preparatory for his'departure; »nd the throng which eurrounded hint was'composed of some who desired to purchase, and of others who were.attraeted'merely try enriesity. He had *old ^.beds..bedding, chairs, tabled poU, kettles,-<tc, before our arrival, and was about to -conclude the vendue with what be' declared to be the " mokt valnnble article sold dii niorn'a'. '' ^-.^U_t-~- ~_ ittw .last ot: D:s--"sfccioiSi'B ix;nro5 was hisot/i; •whoEi heoSered to the highe4 bidder, aasunrig thb assemblage that she waa to be Sold, ttbt for any /anlts,bnt becaaib the owner had no further use <brher. The talesman was a portly dark mulatto, ¦ with b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

Address to Night. 1 il nsv. 1. n. WYniik k. n. The summer day is o'er, and (feni'y fall The shades'of evening dovp. The njonnlan's brow - ¦'¦ ;¦¦[ Grows darker still. Deep sience, reigns o'eral.l In earth or air. infusing calcmess now Within my restless heart JV'ith tranquil flow Mv thoughts roll on arid seek commonioa sweet Wfihoatures iaflnence; wbue, bendiag low In deep, sincere devotion,^ 'tis meet, .-. My spirit worships here before its makers feet Strive now my soul to soar? in realms of thought, Thenonly in the spirits calm repose. This hoar befits such purpose—there is naught ^ To interrupt—the scene above theo glows " With living clory—while.bright forms of those Onie.luved float round alluring tlieo to fly.— Kbw vanishes the Past, with nil its woev And the bright dawn of fuime blits seems nigh, As With a daring wing I mount into the skv. O. nignt! thon bast a strong and sweet control 0'e.r human hearts,—and gently; sUentJy, Dost elevate and purify-the soul. Onr m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

.f|PPpy-i am yet too much engaged in other duties 'V"c give my own! personal attention to the newspai,\, j: this week I intended to have given tho CenjL. '3 of tte whole county by townships this week, irnal' having not Jei heard tht» entire result in the -3-3«ion of the county traversed by Mr, IJicholson, tcnfeanriot be given aft together at this time; Tliere :' ddqll be much interesting information to bo'gleaned T,f,'imthe'Teturriaindae time. , Cn&nus. '7wE5?*Assome slight return for the hospitality ""%'iown the editor of this paper. While travelling on /$>s late tour of duty, the Register has been sent to 7?5venil persons hitherto, gratis, Who wo shall take IE! for granted do not wish it continued much longr^ySt, unless some indication tothe contrary isreceiy'. Bffd. Sueh^ot course, will not take tho omission as 'aiplny mark of disrespect; but there are some othjlJCrs, who, if they miss tlie Register after this, may ,~~fueu at the reason. tan"1 i'., - -. «» un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

T The Oity Press. B We have been alrbost disposed on several occaii Mnhs to speak out onr mind in relation to the exac-?. tionsoftheCityPress. Arenewcdcaseoftaxingour - patience induces ns to call the attention of certain g city publishers, who seem tothink that they haife nu undoubted right to levy shy.amount of contribn'"¦ tmn they please upon tho country press, and we of mursc bound to submit . Since our temporary conj iiL-L' tioa with the Register, we have been surprised , to see the amount thus required of country newsa! papers by their city cotemporarics. Nearly every y week, more or less of Magazines, Pamphlets, aud rj.new papers are _seaf .to our address, very politen? litely requesting a "puff^or the insertion of an ad-' "* vcrtisement of some itwo or three-squares, to bring * their new paper to the notice of the public. Never : a cent accompanies the request for tfie insertion of |6 these advertisements, bat modestly say, "Editors e who will publish the above two or ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

New Torlt "Pogitlva Slave.-One We have informed the readers of tho Register that a J;VwortaaTvas arrested in tho :streets of Philadelphia, dragged before the tJ. S. .Commissioner, and, without being allowed the-privilege of, wit;' nessea to attest his right to freedom! was manacled and1 summarily' hurricdoff to Maryland within a! few hours "of hit arrestbs the property'of another' man. It is quite probable tliat many may think wo ought to have published the proceeding in detail as preferable to the ono;now pending in New x?ork,as the sequel of tho Philadelphia case determined tho liberty of the certificate'made slave. We think otherwise. Our columns have to a' considerable degree been occupied, with articles' relative.to fugitives arid the law which was ostensibly enacted for their rendition. We can give but a little part bf the proceedings through the country which may be clearly traceable to the unwisdom of the. act.— Had the law as effectually guarded Freedom as it does sla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

.; Things at Harrisburg.. !¦ ' Tho delay in getting out our paper this week, enables us to give tlie result of the organizationoC the Legislature which met on Tuesday last In the House, John Cessna of Bedford! who received the nomination of the'Loco Caucus, was chosen Speaker; and subsequently Col Jack was reelected Clerk. -''-.'¦ :. - In the Senate which stands 17 whigs to 16 Locofocos; it was apprehended that no one could be elected Speaker by a clear majority without voting for himself.. But after several ballotings in which the Whigs mainly supported Benjamin Matthias bf Philadelphia, and tho Locos, Maxwell McCaslin of Greene, a few of tlie Senators declined voting, lea: .ying Mr. Matthias to be elected by a vote of 16 to 12. No.belte.r selection could be made. Mr. M. is not ibay^f^Uemah bf talents; but wild and aifpiall^j in bis manners, and distinguished, for his accurate knowledge of Legislative rules, being the author of a manuel upon the subject He will make an excell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

For the Susquehanna Register. The Contrast. Fbiesb FcxtEU—It may not be uninteresting to some of your readers to read a singular incident in the history of Blackberries. It may not be necessary, perhaps, to tell you, that rattlesnakes are quite numerous in and about our vicinity in time of blackberries, and that it is not always safe .to ramble among grasses and shmbbeiy at such time; nevertheless, it is no uncommon thing to see onr hills and brier patches swarming with men, women and children in pursuit of thevabbvo mentioned fruit. During our last blackberry season, a party of pedestrians (the fair sex rather I outnumbering) came to a very conspicuous place, on one of the hiflh ridirra ofl^nd which diversify our region, of country. Herb! the prospeeunr *~ piu^jijwi very inviting; for here one could look into the distance below and behold the picturesqe and sublime, interspersed here and there with roughness and impregnable ascents; and here too, he could see on either side f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

CongitjssloiiaLPrflceedJDgs TBe -Chiap Postagobai wfte.fhief topic of mJeresi'fn;j,'be^5Hou»e. We believe an opin-; Job p^refaii s-! among the irjietnberp generally -Jbit'a7reduction id:Postage ongbVto be '\. ^a^^nt ii variety ofppjmon exist* as to iffi|^xte6t pf, that redticjion ^^ and _we fear; j Cheap Postage wifl be lost; in tne"mnftir3fcj«' - ty of amendments which will load, flw^byi.: Tlie country p resaJias many able and wamr:-! advocates; we have hopes thai,in wbxuieVer" [{'"• shape the bill may pass Congress,, a free 'v iransmtssfon for newspapera by mail- m' tifcr¥- county orCongressionaf distnet wherepnb-., Halted will basecured. : i , ']¦ ¦ •/¦' ¦' ¦ .' ¦ :;¦'- On .the 4th inst^ Mr. JuBan ^askaot leaver to present tha Memorial of the annual meeting of the Society of IFriends n Indiana.opppsing Slavery and. asking the repeal of the-Fugitivb Slave Bill.\ ife desired it to fee referfed with jastrvictjorfs for the repeal bf.lho; Law. The suspension of tberuiea was de- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

British Iron. . ' The way io-dieprive the farmtr of a market for the Products of ht$ farm. The last report of the Baltimore and Ohio' Railroad Company contains tho following significant passage: , "It ia proper tlie stockholders should Bfe apprized that, since the date'of the las ' . annual Report, the negotiations that were then, pending, for the supply of 22,000 tons of-irori reqi ured for the en' tire road between Cumberland ill I !Wheeling terminated in a contract with Mesifs. Thompson and. ForenVan of London. This large < jontract was accomplished mainly through the i lslruhientality of Messr^. Baring, Brothejs & Company,'and by tho' aid of "their gnarantee of tho company's' Bonds' to the extent of the purchase eay S5f>6,660,67: These Bonds with the endorseriient of tl e Messrs. Baririg have been sold in the foreign marl :et at rates varying from 105 to 108 per cent. . ! ;, . The amount of iron already da' ivered under the "comnrcti-Tur vptr-o-mpWr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

;.."- . MontiosttDivision of S. of T.,: -;. ;.' At a meeting of the. .Division, Dec. 30, 1850, the following resolutions were adopted and ordered to be published: Resolved, Tliat^ the thariks. if this Divis.-. ion a"re due, and are hereby tendered; to the Trustees of the Presbyterian Society of Montrose for the use of their house at the late cdnvocatiouflf the Sons of Tenrperaricb in this place. . - ... ¦ ..'.' :¦ Resolved, That we are under lasting obli* gations to those,Brothere of Sister Divisions whotavored us with .their attendance on that occasion—and wefippe.that the free interchange of sentiment and feeling touching the great enterprise in which-we bave;embarked which the occasion afforded,has "done them good as it did us." ' _:"' /' ' Resolved, that the "Glee Club" is entitled to our'hearty thanks for their,generous: and very efficient aid | ¦¦ ¦''¦¦ •' - Resolved, That in view of the dreadful devastation around us, every mari who loves his fellow and his country, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

¦:-^. "TemwraMHaetlBgr-i!: - :!lrj^^ acteoraanco%itih prowus^arrangwnents *.tneetfng of fie': S^ns of iTemperonce was ^ d^pPresbyteri an Ghnrc^jn;Mpntoc«e, Itf-Wednesday the ?6th nit,' xThereJ^rBia attetidaneemernbersvf the order-firc-te^ Tunkhannock .Division, Harfor.di; Di«wot^ :Bropklyn Divisibn,andBenton Division, who camein pnrenance ot intilatioris, tendered their divisions, by the"Montrose Diyijiiori, making a very respectable array of those pledged to the Teroperarice cause, come weal come wbe.': Together wftB. thespni ofTem*- perance and others in attendance the'eongregatioh was swelled to nearly; the'fall''capacity of the. large housein, which .they met.. The exercises were of abharacfer which gave intoresfto the occasion., the assemblage was addressed by i Messrs. S. B.-Chase, A. O. Warren, E. !& Chase, Hon. Wm. Jessnp, H. A. Riley and'; Geo." Fuller, and entertained at intervals with appropriate songs bya choir of young gentlemen ;who generously Tolnnteredf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

-TOE UElilSTER. Fa-shhi '-,.- - . - • ¦ _j__ ma ^.THJJflAN rtrmOR, ActlngEaitor, -j^^riag the absence of the publisber inthe duties h»iW-^ of his appointment as Deputy Marehal;] '•'---S2j TBfiSDAY, jSnI^AKY 9, lsSf"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

TK-pursuaneo,« an ..order made by an Orphans -ILCourt held at Montrose in and for SBscjiiehaiini county, >n the 2Sd day of November'A. D.1850, will Ce exposed to public,sal? on Saturday the 18th day. of January next at one o'clock P. 5L, at! the Court Housor.in Montrose a certain farm or lot of land situate, in the township of. BridgcWater, and bounded arid described as follows, to wit: On. the north by lands of Alexander Allen,-on tho east by lands of Seth Mitchell, on the south by lands' of Robert Pollock, (now in the pccupancyyof. James Resseguie,) and on the west by land of Jonathan Vaughn, containing 8ft acres' or thereabouts, together with the "appurtenances, a dwelling house and bam, and about 30 p.cres improved. Terms niade known on the day of sale. SAMUEL SHEBEU, ) ALFRED BALDWIN, }¦ Administrators. ' : CHARL*ES AV"EKT,"~ J.'* Montrose, December 24,1850. SHERIFF'S SAEES. BT virtue of thre writs of execution issued out of the Court of Common Pleas in and for Susqu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

""l "''",L.vyrl '¦— .-jijijiiin iii'Tiiiirr'iiri' i Mi . ^^. -,;,Wiifc!> ~ .P;y.: ^ '' W$M8i$gr% '' — Vati"f black and truly fla--fi??^«a^*^" - «pt article, with', no -.corrosive 'tt|j»^'-'.idfflslj prePoHioaJaud without.liability pjj^'vTjijf t0 thicken by age,'rcconitiie&ded Rw5£EE^| tlie clerks of various p'ublicjofli fg§«£!. -Jsm 'era as being the beat Iiijc on all j ^^^ --tfitSsk accounts now in use, ff^S? if put twSfEKSftl >n clean vessels and nut'Mixed ^ y"?*"!^ .with other ink—For"'sal? in ' " K«9SySisi quart, pint, and half-pint battles «HBB8B»'',by,.''" J.ITfHERIDGffi. . > ¦ - I" Montrose, Nov. 27, 1850.1 : .'.. --' •'¦¦ ,,-., wotxce- ¦ ,: T~ NOTICE is hereby given that the firm of if. A <£• O.Pratt has. this 1st day of December, 1850, bv mutual consent dissolved. j 'r. E.A.J: O.PRATT. The business will hereafter be conducted urjdcr the-inn of Pratt) & Co., who will keep constantly on band wholesale and" retail Solo Leather at N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

A goodM9oT*firientof l*kik)t9-alBd^hoM"TObrB XX. cing Men's coarse and'fhlC'Boots, Roys'-Boots and Shoes, Women's add;Miasea ditto-^-also: ,-' -; . 'CLOTlilNG.:. '¦ ¦ .'.'¦' ':. ' ¦ ¦ . Erabra'cing a great variety of Overcoats, Sacks, '"weeih, jfce, a large'variety [of Yeats from sis shillings upwards, and a good assortment bf Pants, Shirts, Wrappers and drawers—ditto "¦-'•':"" , ¦ ; BATSi CAPS! Silk and Fur Hals: Plush/Fur, Mohair, Cloth and Glazed Caps, fall fashions, for men, b-jys and children—. , '!. ij .'•:-- BOOKS AND STATIONERY! ^ :-School and miscellaneous Books, Staple and Fancy Stationery; Inks, Inkstands, Pen-racks, Penknives and a.great variety of fancy" articles too numerous to enumerate, just received{nt . : PULLER\ First doiir above'Searle's Hoteli Montrose, October 25, I860.,."' " MEDICAL! CARD*" DOCT. PATRICK finds, on examining into tho state of financial affairs, a necessity as he believes, for calling outlioae who are indebted, for o. eettlemcilt; and althou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

a'-gBTfSriyy.'ShingM-^. ' ¦ "-''- ;¦" .-" '--' JL of SusqricharinCrauSfy.^bwewUfbe exputtrl fo.P.ublic SalttTat Doyla's J3'ptcl,,on.S.atnj:d»y,th,J. lStb.day,-of January n.ext^at'otia o'clock-Ef.M,:tlii' two folfowiiig^describe'd pieces br.parcels'of' land sitohte in the township'of Ne'w!MflfpVd" in'fhe'co'lrO' ty aforesaid—the first piece briiaidid^on the nbrilV by lands late bf Wm. Ward, deceased;: on" the ea?t: by. bmds «f E. A. & O. Pratt, on" the south by oth'-, or lands of the heirs bf John Dunldp and landj <>f J.B. Warder, and on:tho west.by.lands of Austiit Bishop, containing abouttJS aires of land—the sec ond bounded on tbenorth by the afore.cTescritie' niece of l»nd of the heirs of tne said JoSn'Kuhlup'/ on the east by iands-of'S. A.!-Walkeri.aD..tn«fonlii by lands of J. W. Belknap, and "on the Wust by.' landi of J, B. Warner, containing about 50 acres "iT land with abi>ut:12 acres improved.-. Terms to \rj made known upon the day of sale. -' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

W ^tikm ktmiiWfWiWi'Wf < the Austrian Charee." J. Wabhikoto^ Wcember 31,1650. ,; Tfce-President yesj*rday sent 16 tho Senjte copies of ibo correspondence:bettvecu" the AuJtrian Chargeapd Mr.: Webster. ;On a inotion to print 10,000 extra copies a very animated. debate7 arose.;: All the Seuators who took part bore testimony to thainaster-¦Jy ability of Mr; Webster. ;! .- ¦ ;-; Jlr. Mangom said Mr. Webster's letter tpntaine%NationaLdoctrin«—-American doctrines—openly and manfully avowed in the «je3 of all the. world. : ''" ; ;!. The correspondence is published to-da^. :: The Austrian Charge writes animportanfr letter in which he characterizes the missions of IJudley Mann to the Hungarians as a violation of the principle of non-intervention announced, by Gen. Taylorrrprotests in the name of .his government againts the proceedings of our government—and treats'Mann as a spy; ¦ ' r , ¦ '.;' '-' ¦5 Mr Webster replies at length, in which he handles Hulseman without gloves. He ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 9 January 1851

DONATION VISPT. The friends of Ijlder Davis Diniock and lady, will pay them a Donation Visit at their rborii at L. Searle'son Friday afternoon and evening, the 17th inst. ' . ',.-•' Montrose Jan. 8,1851. MAE.EIED, In Gibson, on-New Year's day, by-William T.Casn Esq, Mr. Cheistopheb Weluias to Miss Amaxda Bao-aT,", both of New Milford. At the same time and place, by the same, Mr. Reahv8 \TjiBD.of New Milford, to Miss Euzadetii 13etts of Nichdlsoii*. " In New Milford, on the 22d ult,by Rev. N.Callen der, Mr. Jons Wiluams to Miss Mabv Mathews, both of that place. In Montrose ^ on the Slst. day of December, 1850, by Eld. A. L."Post, Mr,Sajiikl Williams nnd Miss Ellex Misgo, both of Montrose. A!«o, on the 1st instant, by the same, Mr. Charles Tillmax of Tunkhannock, and Miss Rosan-na Rasdall of Montrose. STRAYED F ' ROM the enclosure of the Subscriber in Herrics, Susquehanna Co. on Monday December 30tb, 185(1, Two 2 year ofd Horse Colts, one a hind of a , chestnut sorrel with a"Sil...

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