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

PRBSH ::;p@ai(Pttiliii^";. Having reoeiitly returned from Philadelphia and , New Torkwith a VEliY. EX'I*B^SIVEV ADDIriON to my former Stock, I beg -leave to offer to tlie citizens of .Curljale-iffld tlie Public generally,.» - - , A GENERAL ASSORTMENT, , Comprising ev'eiy article in the Drifg line, which I will disposeof "iVvoles.h.e or. Retai i. at the l owest possible- rates. Physicians—country. Store keepers-— .Kullera nnd others, are respeeBiilly'invited to give-'nie a call at tlie,Old Stand on East High Su-eet. . " - S. ELLIOTT.. • Carlisle, May 28,1838. . ' ' , ' 27 ' V '."\:J TAIL0RINa. ;f:\ .7i,.,WIIi^IAM-J»i:-'EffERSO]Vp-r TflAXKPUL for past favors, hereby informs, the public that lie still continues to carry on tlie a-• . bore mentioned business, in " , - tfF' ejsfi 'High''Street, Carlisle,... 'a tew doors west of the Post Office, and directly opposite the book store of J. Loudon, whcre'lie is prepared to accommodate nil who may fnvo'r him with their custom, in the most...

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

:.,ii-^i».iiw A7-tt«ia"; .. ,'^A<s®@'Sj§Sii^9.:/-. Retumsliis sincere tlmiiks to the citizens of Carlisle and adjoining country, for the most liberal patronage which' has been bestoweilupoii him, and.wishesto in-Ibrin the iiublic generally that he.has replenished his stock of Goods, nml-llattersilrnjisolf-Oiat he will-be able ti give liiftire satisfaction to all who will call at his-Store, both in quality and price of goods; as lie is resolved to sell low tor ca^iii. -' ¦ -. .Call jit the old well known Stand of- L.-IIarlany in North Hanover Street, and examine his stock of Goods; as he'Tias a general and complete assortment of Hardware, " CUTLERY, PAINTS', OILS^ &C. Also, a large assortment of Griffin's Double Refined Steel Passmore' and Newton DarIi(igtoii's Carn ami Grajts Scythes; ! He has also the New Cumberland Nails—but call and examine, each one tor liimselfr Carlisle, May 14,1838.—3m. ¦ _."/:_ "". 34 •PRODUCE & eOMaifSSION!;7 " !_©^^& §miP...

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

,- TEETH. ¦-¦'• ,- SltlCIOUS METALLIC, OR MINERAL INCOE-¦'..'"•_ ROPTIBEF. TEETH. - •Is has for many years been a great desideratum among European and American Dentists,to manufacture TeeUi from incorruptible materials which should "mifcitejhe natural living Teeth. ^ Manyhave devoted years fo unsuccessful cperi-' Siirar1"d 7qth.c:™ >>ave-succeeded in riianufacturiiis• S ™il?!'iem i.'8 8imiIl»-to the porcelain ware, bul ffi"tT *ey have .,,,n °Pa*l«e white appearance, by which tJieyar^ easily distiaguished fromtlie l.u^au hafSeedl/b?^ 'r'T e"I?e«-.rae..ts, the subscriber' 1 as saceeeded m manufacturing teeth of materials enn ^:Lr±&iis ^^^ Incases where absorption of the avcolar nrocess or other causes may render it necessary, he will eist ofthe same materials attached to the teeth, artificial gums, which shall--imitate-the-gum andsunplv-the toss ofBubstance; , . .. J . • It is entirely impossible for these teeth to change their color, or cause foetid brea...

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

;_ ; ^ CARLISLE SPRINGS. ''•" .-..THE'-proprie'tor respectfully informs the public in. genei^ljiat he is now ready to accpjnmcLdate-a-larRe number oTBoarders aiurVisiterT. The Sprinirs'aro situated i miles north of Carlisle and 3 miles south pfSterrett's Gap, on the North Mountain, in a fine, liealthyjand romantic place and pure air. There is an..cxtcnsivc-^fafA/ng: Establishment erected-fbothwarm and cold,) and every accommodation may be relied on. . ' P. CORNMAN. . JulyS, 1838. , . ¦ ..... N. B. A Barouche will run daily from Carlisle .to.tlis Springs for the accommodation of:Visitcrs -..:.: '-.-. '••; D. C. ^»M^^w^^tJ4J^i(c^asfco^^/*awj----,... 1. r. kersbnrg.. ___.,.,. .. ,_ _ - fpHE .subscriber, thankful to thij public for past -:-JL.-Civors,'respectfullyinforms tliem-that he-will ¦—' re-open his Cold Spring establishment for the recep- - tion of visiter's directly after the 4tli of July, nnd will sparlvnoxffoils ta:rcnder^itisfaotioii-td-wlioevermar ~ ' .S",rffi,}lL,a«y,'....

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

- ••¦'T4OT-BaEB-®STABBBiffl"-'.--.sljcii'x %;>- tf!n H.A'qj • '^^tSMSS1^^ ."!,jifEi%«Y j.!ii1&y, ' RETURNS his. sincere thanks to. the citizens of Carlisle add. its 'vicinity, for the literal p'ntr-onnge which Jiiis been bestowed upon him, and solicits a cofilJnuWce ofthe same. His shop, is now situated in ¦''¦ -. East High (gtre'ei, ' adjoining^the Drug Store of Samuel Elliott on the east, au'tl John II. Weaver¦& Go's, store on the west, where he will constantly keep oti bund a huge assort-- "-^-.-^ v". v^mdntrof FaSliionable -' . .,-;•'•"• '•-¦ "•' - Par Jand Silk Hats, ' CO^iSISTINC OF Beaver, Otter, Seal, Nuh'ia, Musicrat, Plain Russia and Brush , " © F A L L ^ -6 L 6 U -IS S. All of his own manufacturing, which he will dispose of iitldw priens'ii-, He flatters himself that, by strfct attention to huilness aiid ai disposition to please, to mjril arid receive a share of public patronage. ..'.'• , N. B. Militiry caps will be manufactured tojorder, on reaso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

V -TVEttms.r™''r The"CarlislefflraldMEppositor,"'.willbe issued every TUESDAY AFTERNOON, at Two Doiiatis, per annum, payable in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted lit the usual rates. Letters addressed to the editor,on business, MUST. BE-POST PAID, otherwise they will receive no"attention. ' . • ^ ---,.; AGENTS. ; .-i The following named persons have been appointed Agents for the "Carlisle Herald 6t Expositor,"1"to whom payment for subscription and advertisement8 canhemade'.. D. Shelly, Esq. Shiremanstowii, CuinWJGQ. Scorr Coyle, Esq; Ncwvijle do P.Koontz, Esq. New burgh .do . . T.HOSi-'Mf. Himes, Esq. Shippensburg do John >Vundermch, Esq. do. do -J. MATEEK.Esq.Uoguestown—: : do -•'-.---H-Wilson, Esq, Mechanicsburg, , do • William Hvnsha", Esq. Hopewell ' do \-T~~' R. Stuhoeon, Esq'rClmixhtown do~ Dr. Asa AVihte, $ew Cumhcrlanti dp Tnos. Black, Esq. Bloomfield, Perry.county.. . A. Black, Esq. Laiidisburg ' " do

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

POETRY. Selected for the Herald & Expositor by a Lady. Hear Woman. Let us drink—in the bowl is no treason— • No malice prepense 'In good cheer—" From our head', if it pilfer (lie reason, - Itat least leaves o,ur hearts more sincere; 1 , A to'astjOra song, or a story . . . ¦ Of woman can. ne'er come nimss;, " - . 1' For woman's the theme and the?glory Of man, in a moment like this—Whatever the future maypromise^-" "' Whatever the present may give— , There is''sometllii!gtli('y,caniiol'take fro'm'tis'_"_. ¦ "While wonriTan-andmemory live-^— "With their sighing, and sobbing, and weeping,1 . ,/ ¦ —-All day-thcy-are7all thaLtbcy-seeiit! .^_ __-. But Lord.pardon them ! when they, are-sleeping . There is no telling what they- wont dream. ..'., OF\y6me'n,~dcar mystical creatures—The Tcian I never believed—Who can-look on their forms and tlifcir features . And dream he will e'er be deceived? . \AVIien they're saddest, they sing like a linnet—; When tliey're'false, they betray w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

The Village Wriil&s FareipcU My village home! my viljage friends! farewell?--For proud domains I quit your lowly bow'rs j But, oh! I feel that memory will dwell f Upon the scenes wliei'c pass'd mj^hihlhooiVshom' s! The: fl"owel,y wreath that here so oft I've worn As Queen of May, is chung'd for costly pearl:— I.lcavcimy walks.to be in carriage-borne, __.But.itni lam the simple cottsge^givl!.__. 7 .;' ._;' I know not how I came to be allied To one of wealth and proudest dignity ;--' He might have fouiul a richer, fairer bride,—1 . • : But where could Jlind such a love ns'he ? ¦> He sav'd' my life, when no one else would dare To snatch me from"the rude wave's stormy whirl—AndTsl^trangeihattliii^^ Though \ was but a simple cottage girl.: , Mymotiier dear! my father's soul above ! My. littlcjisters, yet too young'to know The easy change from gratitude to love,' Cojnbkiss me all, and bless mc ere I go ! Oh! think nof 'tis for grandeur that I leave, To be the lady o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

; ¦ ¦ ^^^^^^"^^^^ Sixteen Persons SciiIcmcciI to Death. ry»*Go}-ivsJwHdence-<fi.NiU,*^rX.~.CoMK*-Mi\c,i UiscKi,K,,-, „ ' Toronto, Aug. 0,1838. L* Previous lo ^ the dywrttire pLillcJjtQaLoii •SatuSfa'y, from '.Ivjiagara, I had barely time to" inform you that sixteen , of the slate prisoners' had been that morning sentenced to death ; four'are Americans and twelve subjects of the Queen, . . ' '• ,.,_ On Friday, several pleaded guilty, and. William Yerks was- tried and acquitted. On Saturday "William S. AVilson was tried and acquitted. -The law of England for high .treason requires that whenn billofindietiileiU'is-found, tlie prisoner must hefurnished-with a copy of- the.bill, and.with' lalisLof-all <l)C-iury-ihat_Jiaxa-bi!C-iLsutn_ moned to.attend, and ten days must elapse before the trial can be brought on. ' A bill of .indictment- for high treason having been found, at the close of the-week, against Jacob Bcamer, of whom I have before spol'en, he could not be t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

POLITICAL To the Honest Opponents of , . Joseph llilncr. ", "trC03I&,tET US-R&ASON-TOGETIIEK.I!.. , . Believing that there are among the opponents of the Farmer ^ Governor many wlio oppose him merely on parly grounds, and through the' misrepresentations of tjie leaders of the Loco Foco party, we willing'- ly venture to "reason" with- them, aiiid endeavor to. win them from the supfwrt of a man who is not only dishonest, but the advocate of , measures despi'aclivc to the best interests' of-the Commonwealth. .First, then, why Ao you oppose the election of Joseph Ritner? Is it because he has been incompetent to the .discharge.of the high and responsible duties to which he hasJieeiucalled .^You r,annot,..ahei^goingback to this, day of lite- inauguration and taking up agjt^ftcr act, and1" examining into thcm.w'ith the'greatest.scrutiny, answer the " qhe^tibh~" a(nnlialively.^ No/ JosejThjrRjliieP"has"discharged every" duly, devolved upon him, not only to his own cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

MOST TRUE. The New York Evening Post, a regular and consistent Loco Fbco paper, says':-«- " AVe are sic!:, a*s Charles Lamb would say, of perpetual Biddle.-=~Unt what can we do ?" . '-.,.. ¦ Aye, there is the rub—what"" corn .'.the party do ?. They succeeded by ar most infamous cdnrse," in7pfeventing the r'chewarpf the charter of the United States Bank, by their perpetual cry of Biddle-rule, Bidcllepower, Biddle-bank,- &c. &c-—and when the people'of' 'Pennsylvania grqiri' tcda^"cirar M^lii'idLe^oxmp,).lpji. and:Bidd^ were sounded, until the ear ached with the infamous sounds. But, the Government having wasted its treasury, spent and'squandered its income, found itself unable to pay its pensions. The Ilniled States Bank was appealed to, and Biddle! Biddle! Biddle saved thenv from the disgratre-of prolested . 'drafts in favor of the old soldiers and vthei)5. widows. The Starlings *of the LocpdFoco' press again cried Biddle! Biddle! .BjdcHe!—anththc- members of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

... *ffl l?rc«M*. BY A Li.hr. ;.,',, t dreameit a dream in themidst of my slurnhers, And as fast as I dreamed it came iiito numbers.' ,, Mj' Utouglits ran along in such beautiful metre— ." I'm sure I" ne'er' saw any poetry, sweeter. ( It seem'd that alaw had been recently made That a tag on old bachelors'pates should bf laid, Arid in order to make them all willing to many, The tax was.as large asa man could well carry. The bachelors grunYblcd,;and said 'twas up use:— 'Twashorrid injustice, and awful abuse; And declared that to 'save their owii ljearts' blood from / ;spti]ihg, '••''. Of(sach a vile tax Uiey would not'pay a shilling,' But tlie rulers determined them still to pursue, So they set the old bachelors up at vendue. A"^riei; "vres:seiurUirouglnire"tetetpTmdfro : " To rattle his bell, and his trumpet to blow, And to.callout to all'he miirhtjneet in his way_! ^HoTfori^ old bachelor's sold here to-day." . And presently all tlie old maids in thejown, Each,inher; very.bcs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

Weeping Qiiiincrs. , -It was on tt shining sura'mcV-'s oay,* ¦; ; ', ' )' .As.stqriesquite oldihshioiicil say, V; '.'", .^ ..'.', -¦A'-slpepywtofMnners,.,.-.; . , , •TjO church agreed thatthey would go, .; ' Their^eal' o'uypiety.toshbw, .' . -,-, When'they .had cat their dinners. > •,....".":. . - ¦ ''--¦'.,* ¦ , (Scarcehad the!Parsbii taken h^s text, •.'.'¦ - •AVhenhe felt exceeding vexed, To see.ljlsjiearersjiod; _' . ' ,.,-' . Proceeding with religious lore, ^ ,-'-.,', . He.quicklcy hoard the sleepers,snore,. '.' .'¦ ' %:Fbrge(tinghim"(ind God. ' And lo! descending from his seat, The psiwh full.of holy heat, . j,. . ; ' At iosing tlitis his labor, . - Tweik'd one's stout nose; their graceful bow'il "And said—"Goodsir.vyou'snoreso(o!j(i7~"~'iT » . I fear you'll wake yoijr ntiglibpr."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

''COJHMr-TO^TJUE^POW-T." , Under the ahoye head, the "Advocate" asks eight questions, then requests definite answers,jyeas^ior nays. . We shall, ''come to the point " .and as one goad turn"-db'- s'erves another, we will propose a few hrief questions—-aqd^re.qu^sit^ de^ te answers, yeas or nays;' we shall .expect ttlem to "come 16 the point" The following are the-questions, in the Advocate and their answers. . -—¦--¦ - r 1st Question. • Is the commencement of a, suit evidence,; tliat the •plantitls claim . is honestly due? - ^ . •; .#/is«>cr.-No! But'the'written acknowledgment of the debt by the defendant,1 written, and signed by himself, is evidence—and this is Porter's case. " . - 2nd. :Ques." Is it true, that, to defend a suit is to act fradulenlly? ', l_ Answer. No! But it^ is evidence' of p>RAUD,.if no.t PERJURY, When a man; secreTe's Ins propeTty^rtatesttlre3)nth~T)fW iiisolvciit, aiid then takes back his properly, after he has made his creditors .believe-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

PORTER AND STURGEON.; I jie Scene ShiftinO.—"ttJien the charge was firs't made against Davvd R. Porter of defrauding Samuel Sturgeon out of 9700, the papers in his favor denied every thing in regard, to the' matter—dpnied thatPorter owed a cent to the' man, and declared and -offered to.prove that the arbitrators in the suit of Sturgeon vs. Porter,'had'made out their award and declared Hint 'there. 7iias nothing due the plaintiff. The ¦ certificates,-however, of the arbitrators were obtained, and" they testified that no award had ever been made, nor .wa.S the biisiiicss ever settled. A-Vith. those certificates in nancrinr. sturgeon called upon ilaviu K. Porter, and demanded, his ftlaini. Mr. Fmtcr 4)trerod to compromise byi.paying $180, if IVfr. Sturgeon' would' endorse his character; This -Mix S. refused to do.' He could "not give a certificate, of. character teaman who' had;attempt'ed to cheat him out of his' hard earnings. These facts were all sworn To and" published,'for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

DECENCY; ' ; Tlie Milton. Advocate mentions the arrival'in that place of Governor Rhner, and the •'. geiieifd civilities extended towards him by the citizens generally. But it gives a different'account of, aflairs'iu Bellefonte. It says:—— . "• >"' ,1~ " •'• "* "Insult and~ab\isCr,was heaped upon him when he arrived in Bellefonte. Here he put ti]V at the public Jiouse of 'a Mr. Williams,, a. supporter of David R. Porter, and reliredTpTgst~." About.rejo^loclflit'Iiiglrt,. , 7 « utiniber-' of-Porteniienf-cpll"ccted..in:front,."" : of the hotel, and commenced theii- shamefutbneraiions by GROANING and BEL-' '. LOWING like a herd of mad horned cattny They continued -their noise until the.'.. landlord, unable to sutler it any }onger,arpse, '*. went out aiula-emonstrated \yith, the mpb, bnl all tp no purposa. • They.persisted in 'their outrnges,.aiid after"some;tithe erected a long"pole in front, of the-house,5 with a:" flii^pu .which was inscribed "porter and: . Dfmiocracy,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

. --¦;.-:7;:.-:- ^•pm.thc-Madisonidiii 7 ¦' _ 7 7T">e ~ &*pmsyivanik Elcctiosi. AVe are hotnr-the habit of intermeddling with the affairs of individual gtates. AV' p should not venture To do so in this, instance, had not the official organ of the G'pveriim en t b ii trecen tl>-' se t us; t he 'cxa mpTe,; by taking, part against one of live gubernatorial xiainjidates in the ¦•approaching' dlecHioii in Pennsylvania; (the pres'enihi^inbeiit, Gdv! Ritner.) It is notour purpose now.to take ..Uldi r.e.eT.p. a rjj2.ith.etj. nufafior_.ox agai u ?.t. Jiim. —The result of tho7clection-in-Pennsylv'ania, iii Oetober,next,.wc .regard as of far greater importance than any which has ever -tafeen-plaee-pi-tli a t oriir-rmy-o thei--sft(te7itr the Unload AVe mean'.the election of Gqveriipr........ _','. • ,"'-.. '¦'" ~ ---•AVhtn General Portsr«.was noijiinated,in .]YIr«*eh,last, .our.feelings_uiid .wishes were decidedly -and"'-unqualifiedly "with" and' fair hi in;- . AVe s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

HER/VLD & EXPOSITOR MY OJSOUGl'i M. 'PHILLIPS. ¦ ¦ '¦ ' ^ _ ¦ . y "7," :.. ¦": , ''. - .""', '¦ '. ¦¦ '"5^3^ffl™Sfe^^ ¦ JX^ -Z£?^^ 7*^/^S^ ¦ ¦ fe-*p$S^dfx ' ?6t "-v's^wa 4">i',?'.^C (&£\ V^R[ VT^S?C^/''^ ¦X/S^^w^ferP'Jr * ^^M^ W^^v].^^^^ •- /•jjn iiuwm j*wEimr%a'<fc.ttAiuCT m^AuunzMoar ^ xavarg^nrrrsR iwu i wiu >*m -•'i-ARL'i.SLE'.. '"_-.• Tuesday Afternoonj Aucust 21, 1838. , - &3&

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

DCT'Seyeral communications on hand, which \yere received too late for this day's paper, shallbo - attended-to--ra-onrTiex"tr~~"" f jitr'The proceedings of a Harvest Home ¦ held at Lee's X Road ^ ori Saturday, week, will be found in our columns to-day. As will be observed by tlie proceedings, nothing of a part)' nature was permitted on the occasion.. The dinner was prepared bv Mr. Francis S. Neir iii InsTYery best stylei and from the .-manner in which aHhandi went to work (ourselves among the number) in devouring the^. -"eatabfes,""we feel confident that all were highly pleased with the entertainment; -. • ,, ( . . "SC7?,We-havc received a .communication from a friend, addressed to Messrs. David Nevin and Jonathan Peal, relative to the decent manner in which the call for their late Harvest Hoine, to wrtjcIf/Aetr names wereappended, was -written; ; We hardly tlijtik it necessary to publish it', inasmuch as the persons addressed are but vcry^t-ec things^,' to.police whoni.publicly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 August 1838

.. ^ ^^PO^sTieALv'' :. ' ¦ • I i:V-om tks,I*iim'a T.'lcffraph,' ,- ' ._' ' AW^SJ S, PfckJWRY! iRr/fi'srt .and Stvimdiiug of She -'....-' - b!acSc'ts£ tilt-.' t . -i The records of fraud, perjury aiid crime, . iSeldoni if ever furnished- a more flagrant ."'-.instance, of dishonesty and iraud,'Hiider the iiwful- soleriinitv -of an oath;, than that ." disclosed 'by the .affidavit of JOHN II. ; 7-STONEBREAKER, 'Esq,'. _AVbmuyran-.4iack' the histories pf cfiniinals, from the •' • organization of oitr government up to the .jircserit time,' without'fitfdir.g a jjarallel instance of so wanton a disregard; of the obligations of ari oath taken in the presence »f God, ;as -is proved against David Ii; 7 ' Portedr 'ttfixes ii^iffimvgbt^^-fKfC5s T^-dtfJ'^-BLACK arid DAHNixo PEnjony,-,iiicitcJu'~ fcybupidity—wantonly committed from a 7 riefcenary lust fpr mouey,!!! Here we .* '-, have'flie'tesliipouy pf a..man of unimpeach-$!\ able yejfacity—- of a citizen,- born' ancHiredin HuhtingdoiicbiHi...

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