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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 March 1848

rrn tt 7 4 A "prove all things; hold fast that which is good." VOLUMK I. TMK EXAM IN EK; f mlitl.'. Wek um Jefferto m..ail lei " , it. i.. offlr. I ' F K .Tl M . TWO i.u " ,N i vN r. PAUL SEYMOUR. , referred some weeks ago 10 C hieli ,tiij ur,ng uu thi u,ucstiou, anJ prouu-el to l,dl.( UCU '' A yrl, w have re- ct.J only ouesuie, and of that w pioceed to give ) nopsi Tiie ce was Un: That P the owner of a trro ai.ve .ne.l Lewis, wh waa hired ' V u fl'r i ihe artuy. authorized, frail, hia ow nT. .a iuterreler and guide to the defeated com ui.uJ if Major Pade: that h ou.' of the ii .umvors of the disastrous dei-at of thai txniuiaiiJ. and remained either velantarilv oi , captive nniou o-t the hostile Imlun until the tff't when eccoiiipaoieu jump .i 'a t'fiiiiuolrf r Lief, to oue of our military r i Florid; that he was theu claimed b the military coniiuundi he military conituuinler, iu n, refused to deliter him tu iu.e Cuulrol he w Ins nv. ii 'T, auJ oriereu tnai rie ne seni won me IoJiuJ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 March 1848

THE EXAMINER J. C. Vftt'GltAN. Estroa. r. IWblf, AMrTADT Cnm. LOUISVILLE: : MARCH 25, ISIS. From private coversaUoa, nd letters, ws are glad to leara that this suggestion is taking hold of oar friends, and that many slave-holders re gard it sa aa "admirable" measure. Om of them writes to u.: "I would hare no earthly objection tot scheme of emancipation which would give freedom to every child born after hied period, and to con nect with il a law, giving to auy county or city, (guarding vested right of other counties, and allowing masters right of way, aVe.,) the right by majority vote, or two-third vote, to declare that it should cease earlier. Suppose, then, thai in Kentucky, East Ten- neaaee. West Virginia, West North Carolina, a gradual acheme af emancipation, were adopted, and counties, and cities gives the privilege to "emancipate when they could get a majority, or even a two-thirds vote- how many counties would use this latter right in jfix years after the privilege was grauled...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 March 1848

Tht Purine- " " D4UM,fro.th.SJh Island, to Novem ber Busiuea dull at Honolulu market over- .ith rooJs Pc bolder were eek- . ... Tae whalers lu port. ....... u Heel at Kmu-cIhUU UU nu. - fired aiy Kcr W. Richard for.u-rly of tho Ame.k.n M.-.OP..-J eB,y cilUea ' - II- ...a .mil rll- . ... i:-l ll.-re. iNOV. III. HP ai lliuu.u lloUOIHIUl ui - , . . .1 nubtic Itwa. Kev. C. 1 orbe. ,J uera. s r- ...... . ...4 r..ur cliildreu. Mrs. Dibble. iuJ four t ile i. (....I.i.nr a llteslre, lu hold llul Jf0jWi .. r-iin i.i..ra have been isaueJ at Jet ma " T Honolulu. A theatrical company now playing there bu ,,,y fur aaccea, says the News. many fa- of aban-ouiiieut of native a.ir. by foreigner have incurred, thai a hv I ' eaat-Unl ot.luf.ng all who marry llawa .ouiea.tog.ve.bouJ ofil.HH,.UJuk 6ualii never to abandon their wive.; or totak U. eat" of allegiance aud become HawaiaU citi zens- a Island liv been visited by an Tlie l-amo epkiewic mdueuta. k.l.mnt. silly de la a district of '2,500 in- deat...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 March 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. The Pmik ia WVmtrm BT W. C. BTAT. Tbe melancholy days are com, ths ssddesl of ths yOST, Of walling wiada, and Baked woods, and mead- ear brown and tear, Hapd in tho hollow of tbo grore, tho with- erod Imtm It dead ; Tbey made to the eddying f Bat, and to tbo rab- 'bit's tread. Tbo robin and tho wroa aro flown, and front tho throb tho jay. And from tho wood-top calls tho crow through all tho gloomy day. Waersaretho flowers, tho fair jronnf flowers, that lately epraag and atood la brighter lights and softer airs, a beautious neighborhood T Ala ! they all aro in their graves, tbo gentle rce 01 no were Aro lying la their lowly bods, with tho fair and rood of oars. Tho rain I filling where they lie, bat tho cold XNorember rain. Call not from oat tike gloomy earth, the lovely one again. Tho wild-flower and tho violet, they perished long ago. And tho briar-roeo and orchis died amid the ssmmer's rlow : Bat on tho bill the goldo rod, and tho astor in the wood. And tho yell...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 April 1848

PROVE ALL THINGS nOLH FASl THAT WHICH IS GfJOD " VOLUME I. TICK EXAMINE.!; ruhUabad Weekly, oa JelTerfaoa 11 .Beat door but to lb Post Olfice. TWO KOLLARS PE ANM'M. IN AIiVtisCE. PAUL SEYMOUR. KiftliUM la Vmf 7 nffrr.fi.- J faVa-aAaAea ' Pair-- lUi.tsaJ A'Ji-i fn " is atTO.au1 Ofv .''datiaofiitH ra fjr.I'vA.HV Viraf Vl'r-lV ilVfuKlOK 1 S.t, ,.f. .l. !..,. ul Ifi Atil'stut .VJUi in i'lA.uM nf rr Profit, r Wt aoliced in nui last tlx feenii slate In wiitrli po id., si adults stood Psn " auhl Thurtulat, the lutli J lr" auiaoume thai ruth day has added tuUi'al eanteuient whith haJ iinrtartl lo suit a patch mi lur .' I in iuy taa " na.aa -... '- a.... rrii n-forul l nuu'irt, tl.al lue entire tny ui M : T.i. Iti coi veraafnat took plac in t, ? t baiubrr id Mcjiulir. a Monday evruiuj, arfwren Bar rot and JKK bairl, pieparr.l Uie pi-oplr Un lie loimal ino hdHUoa ol ta rrlurui najMur hb nil ta tale icr tlie Mi.mun day. ITiiilaniatUMi by Ik lielnl M pjucr and aodrr of he dty b the ciMiiiiiandr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 April 1848

99 THE EXAMINER. J. C. VACGHAN. Emtoi. F. COSBY, Aanrtn Eon. LOUISVILLE: :APRIL 1, 1843. Oa Saterdsy evening laat, meetiug of lit friends of Hrwav Clat waa held at the Court house in this city. The larg room la tlieCeert bonee wm crowded. With the political object of lit aaeeliag, w. aa editor, bar. f eeuree, aothing to do. Sat wo wUh to refer to the elo quent remarka made by tbe orator of tbo even ing, Cbarle M. Throatoa, Esq. oa tbo subject of slavery. Mr. T. oid tbat all tbo old quee Uom of bask, protection, dec., bad gives way to a tnor important one that of slavery. Every oao might see tbat thia waa to b the greet quee tion. lie went on to apeak of eome of tho evils of slavery, and exclaimed, Voa!d to God we were rid of it !" Hr the pent p feeling of those present buret forth ia the moat enthusi aaUc applauae. Wo feel that that meeting baa pronounced Ui doom of slavery tbat then, at least, tho voie of tbe people, waa the voice of God! Let bo one aay now that oar proapect are gl...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 April 1848

i I:. I tl.ar U U JD?-r. version ar t uecreu-, - - I, U ssid by on. J J I.. . turned u.l- "riabi.oW. We,W.bi.B8' t r a ready to embark id mi asti l.beral "TJVuoH.H'P-tl.T wilhdeooU..u iu as had CUOT. Ol K J f H brrrenU,ly. and like tie ti io i . J , Viml uf remote aud . l 0raieodoidgnlli'inly , lletl.ought klm lo fke P svsnce. lu other word, he hae tamed usurer; mud tk.uk. ur of augmenting hi. oi of gold rouble. lha f expending tl.em la national de- UBC" b. this a il may. Eugland end J rune have so ,alerel-au immediate and direct iuteret .a establishing everywhere, libera! gov.ru.ueuu. . It. bawl uieau of limiting his rule if lie ahould teexieud it. With Austria muJ I'ruwia I, -et. uo .' utJ felt eiU,er f Ku"'"u jraudisenmnt or aggreaeioa ! And tU, when M.tternich die, or i put down, will be the K.n: ropean policy. isr Ui tr0n ittmn"K gtatral wr, either a a oanseuaeaoe of t! French Revolution, (supposing aiet orJt J3 rule In Fnrnre) or of the esiabluduiieut of popelar government, or...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 April 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. Th remains, taw Wtwlk-nr. Ilarrla' Bkelll ejay. " Ah, deary m what needles '. well really 1 must My, All thing ar sadly altered (for the were toe) aince ray day ! The plot bars neither beads nor points the needles bare ao eyes, And there's ne'er a pair of scissors of the good Id fashioned sice ! Tbe very bodkins now are made in fine new fanried ways. And the good old British thimble is a dream of ether days ! Now that comes of machinery ! I'm given to understand. That great folks tarn their noses up. at nil things 'done by hand. Alliio' its easy proving to the tnoet thick-peted dunce. That things ar'at done the better for all beiug none at one. I'm sure I often ponder, with a kind of awful arena On thoee bold 'spinning-jennies,' that 'go off, 01 ineir own bead : ' Those power-looms and odd machines those whizzing thinn with wheels. That ever-more 'keep moving !' besides, one really feels Sesaperanaated-l.ke, and laid upon the shelf When one sees a worsted stocking...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 April 1848

1 ,i i 1 j i ! :i "prove all things; holdfast that wiucn is good." . t VOLUME I. LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY APRIL 8. 1848. NUMBER 43. THK EXAMINER; ...J nwklr. Jeffrrsua Hi., aer.1 iaot lt oa la ill Pout OftWr. TRK.tlH. two ni.i..i ri:t ahhvm. is advance. PAUL SEYMOUR, MUIm t K. Mr. I.svisj inaJa a speech last week in th Hull of Reprweotative on Ihe Catholic (Jura lii.b. Mr. C J- ln;toi.i. replitxS. W copy the Kr' account : Her.ferreJ to the artie! of amendment to tlie Culitation, prohibiting any law fur lh ewttblislimeut of religion quoted from aa ad J.-ras of III' Catholk'a of th Uaitcsi tate to tieneral U'ailiioftau Mieuliouetl Iho appoint H.mt f a Catholic to th Chief Judgeship of tli Supreme Beuch and deprecated tlm at u-uipt oi" rolleagu to hriuf; ialo this llouaa a relfiou eiriletneul. "I understand that out of tli 22$ member of tUU House, liiH are protectant. There are, 1 am told, bat two Catholic in th House. We are a Fioteslaut Congress, representing; a Pr testaut ooiiimuui...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 April 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VM'CHAN. F.mtok. r. YJBY. AwmiT Kmtoi. LOUISVILLE::; :APR1L 8. ISIS. fir. Mct1af'a Ada W. hop this address will be md. Mr. Me Clung lias spoken ably, and we desire hint te be heard. The bel way to learn the truth wilt be, te bear all side. the .wreet war. certainly, to doit, ia te consider honestly what is aaid with reg ard le it. A friend, whs eJmires tbe orator, aays, he means to assail bis Uieory! Another, who knows him only to love bira, will admit bis luaia facts, and efeny hia conclusions! So be it. Let as hear all' consider all and then we will IiolJ fast to tbe right. We bef in the address on oar first page, this week's issue. right-hearted ciUzea ef .should eonclade, if the slavery question be properly presented, I Ibatalarg majority will bfli for emancipation? Not at all! The wonder is, that Uie decision is not thundered forth in one voice by a. I classes! Why, even on the ground assumed by .that slavery does not pay, how clenr and conclusive the proof!...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 April 1848

i-orta, nsve iJ ll t, na- i..divMu-1-wt tin innsw.w" " oat of Liliut, and greatest the least n . nea of ",,rk nd likelihood. l ho J truly, of more distinguished Ken- bo"'" I... ..sr. more fa lia nv uia living. . I..-r..r ...... UykiE'.t .r - le -Ud With . grac bey.d counterfeit. ' . m.l.i6 .ill coufrM they ues o mupiu ... - - - h,,,. not seen him. As freak 01 uai.rr, uir vet greatest. II should visit hi levees. KrertscnV . . - I I. .a.l IV Had. ,.-,,,' aV.rr..s. -- . i i.li ji I ; 1 i 8. ... i;.'UU. ive-u-.. l lists heretofore etpresaed our opinion of ..'...irable re-priut, oud published an oc ' "" t of it wonderful sale ia Great ItriUin, at '""! i f tha hiel. estimation iu which he W" I"""" ' " . lt held "" uiit !; It is worth waggon load ol and mo oat who cau afford it t j be without II. I. an 01.. c heap and beautiful. fUm.r,V .r '. IV..-; vol. .....containing the Little Robiuson and other its'""-" liould, Keudall fc Liucoln, fli- ..I. .. . I f.a HAHIIIt f.ai-iai I I 9Ti ... .......

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 April 1848

V LITEUAKY EXAMINER. Fur the Kxaminer. Tbe following lines were wriUea reading the faem. TU Wauls of Mb," by the Ilea. Job Jaiocy Adam. whea II wu first publish ed, ia I Ml. They hare never tue light, 4 if the Cliter of the Examiner chooses to rir them place ia hi IntereeUog and v.l lia ble paper, ibey are at bia service. March Slat, IMS. F. W. II. "I waat the Toice of honest praiaa Te follow me behind, AaJ to be thought ia futare da) a, Tbe friend of bumaa kind: That after-ages aa they rise, limiting may proclaim, ia choral anioa to the akiea. Their blessings on iny nam." J. Q..Aat. Thou, patriot, pare aaJ aaeorrapl t la a degenerate age, Tkit wiah, at least, shall be fuluJI'd ; For bright oa history's pace, ' la ylorioas compaaioaehip With thoao who lov'd their race, A ad sought its hi (beet Uappiaeae, Thy name ahali have a place. Give to the raiser gems aad fold ! Wiue le the bacchanal ; For pleasure's giddy votary Light ap tbe featira ball ! 11 lilm who toila for place aad power...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 April 1848

i - ; i !) i: "PllOVE ALL THINGS; HOLD PAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." t OUJME I LOUISVILLE, KY : SATURDAY APRIL 15. 1848. L I 'ii i EXAMINER; fiili la lUc Ton UV. i ran. r(,.l.R HB AN MM, I Si AUV r H l- SEYMOUR, t rrih nevisiiw .. . I. t j uudVi.und, .urMWo, aud helji tlrl lully UaJeWlaud. thCUHOf .rril rteul. the 'I"nl iU ,l C"" j . iu i the problem ' lo oUe- " ' u,"pu,-.t!.rirlore.ttr quoUlioue ilh trgut !T"4'.prtfwiiy '"" Enli'h 'r,ttU- "t.-jrt-w agaul slavery we gave lat week -v. aural' ' nJr Fr'"Ch RuU fa lie population. 4l.lkJO tilavee. 5,trj Tout. IJl.OCe rasJin 131 for the gradual .f the slaves, and the number A ! " L . a llltl a n n l! saw. v( those Inlands are an lol- 7U pr-' Ur i Molasses, 1U. W,bV.J.36:i CurTVe.lbs. 1.143.915 V.013.779 41.764 I7.W.H--J 3.198.4 Tun .rouu-- all ; lo France, and the gov .at aT.l23.0tM nuc., I Om.mt-i, Irom ms amy uu u uB. . ' c . i f . I ! . . . ... n 'fue proportions 01 iur ,muu, - f,ir,. i b lessened 1.V emancipation Let it .. w."v Uie trench...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 April 1848

Q THE EXAMINE K. J. '. VAICHAV i:it. f. (TOBY, AmitiII Editor. LOUISVILLE: :;:ArKIL 15, 1813. th Paraale Crylcr MriMn ia liaasaa frrredaas I ! Telegraphic DfVi by the Steamer Waitltiug toa ami America, will be found oo third page. Though brief, they yet bear glorious ttdinja! Republicanism, peoples rights, widely de mands, despotism shorn ef il poser, King made subject lo public opiniou, aud sham Slate allows, and sham royal pretences, Hang down as false coin! Why, the old world is waking up. It ba a heart; can say aud do things which will not die. Even the stout will of Mini of Prussia, who talked rig lit royally of what he would do, has wisely conceded all that was grant cd, a hile Lis Kingly cousin of Bavaria has ab dicated, fled, it may be, dressed io blous, and as a common servant. Aud as for Austria, the Afu'tmese has bearded her soldiers, and eeuquer d ! Courage, friend? This nighty European commotion is no whiff of human passion which a King's m ill may sport with. It is no ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 April 1848

.....iii I iirefur t .1 Provisional 1 try f V '"Vf the Enf U.sh rarliaineut. or . i . I.. I.. mArelll nUU iJ 7:;,Thr-,he.r. a.d the l- .i-,- that eovrruiiK-niK wrrt i.iu .ee.ei and uot man " . 1 . . .. . .....i 1 1 ,.ii-eriiiii"iu "r ''I !..'. il.lcouer.l.ulled III irencli; I I r .-f....i fit, iU'J ui " i i ,111 .1 . I ........ r- .,f fmterilltV Uir... - - - I 1 1. in Hie . .. .a. t: a t . ... - u iil am nolitlfal coiiiiiuou. .i... .l iu tin, lloiHK i ,,r - - l. ,; II' j,at 01i luve lllhTUM l" i mm". . I;e!i, von intend to iti lueve ; ur, uu on Suve bfea remiuuru iivui mi' i.i . . l..- ,f iik .elimliueas of II"- ru;lih ari ,)ur friend. I .au retire iley worth, -Ir.l...i 1.. VIIU III UllOUUtiU t iem of tii.aitre: 'itiT erator ' "l! '' V sour" atteuttou lo tlielaws of prima- i,r supreme ruicuiouiiee . ... " (',,,1. countrymen, w -hat i :le root ol . . ..f u roll!? II 14 IU IM llllUU IU tlir '. .uie 'f llie rej.re-uUlit.u , lirar, hur. . .1.1 .ml ,.f six iiiiMii'iu of aiiulls, llif uct...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 April 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. r m lastwafcte wee Ivtrttewwy, Jmlj 93, IS. r THE aev. tru.. "Ta pm redocu meiiUbue, aaxiis Vivrauue. How MMjr virtue hould be een Wbfi ac Ike maid become mlel! T watrh a father' failing ; To dry aniiou inlhr' tear'. How wauy ill iny chance betid A brother, wandering far and wide. Who, gazing the f reel eea'e ftam. May 'Kb, but sigh ia Tain, for bom. Then should a itr'a lender care Against hi wish'd ret am prepare. Parliap aome yoaager prattler' no We A pareut' feebler health annov; Then ahoatd a alater'a better eas Provide a care for petulance. Perhaps the infant' ahriller cry Proclaim no tender mother aigh; Sweet are the feelings which dutooe To bush the cherub to repoee. Perhaps the world too hard may pre. And penury and keen distress May cloud the boapiuUedoor Where peace end plenty amil'd before; Then ahoald the aching boeom prove The comfort of a daughter' love. For (bra the eye uplifted praye That die may know far happier days. Such are the virtaea to be ee...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 April 1848

1 r 4 .iL 1 A v "" V'"' "'a' 1 11 -A. A V'A . AA:i: V'J-L N 1LA Jl llo "rilOVE AM. things; HOLD FAST TIIATVflUCn IS GOOD. i LOUISVILLE, KY. SATURDAY PRIL 22, 1848. NUMBER 45. V TIIK EXAMINER; s ASM M, IN ADytM'". piIIL SEYMOUR. iin"i- i rati it: --- Krsalwltosi . .he MW " . afcr fret..,. (aMti- ltS-hJ saill W'"" ,'"MU TUeH. AprJ 3rd. Mr foi k seat lh '""u '"C '""" 1 , .li- tie tui U turn infix iutuMl, sHallM- ..iwlpa"5 I u. .. ........- -r- taw raawvw- . lfU , I'lUlrJ ..MjUUt ';,..- ,rii woiwift" in,t tl- es.MKl.iueiit IX us - r.-VrfMllieilt. lOWJ H1 rilb lw r"u"'""1.,.H.Mirr.l Mi.lln.U-. a.! '"' tJ"" .,J,r4llll o. M.t.lUlie Ht.leUM If r" " 1.... - r,! Iil-n. to.VNrrl. ill jH..-,- ; I; lmlr.1 SUtfi l th Hr.li . .1 liU (J 11 .-.. to lltakr 111 1' Jff" tit t ui i.U" i-iiitucv. mid. h ..I In ill IllXIUi IK'U-. IM- T'' I"" irrlm: i.u.1 wiiiiniriiU In K" li'l,if-u..:ruu-u.iH-. m .iv..k' U iik ,,: 4mrot oturi -.Miii:nr. I. the " ,u , w ui . jK.aei.luenee t 4 " L..r".:!'.i.Iie-l !' U" Firm...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 April 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. ' VAIHiHsN. r.niM. r. CWBr. Awnm tmivi. LOUISVILLE. :APR1L 22, 181S. W art aader obligatioaa to th Horn. Tho. Corw'a far valuable public document. Tb copious detaili of foreign new in this wek iasae, will, wa trust, be uflicient apology to our correspondent for th f awilling omis sion of their valuable favor. They will be fouad ia oar nest. W aitr ' Why caonot are hava water work a ia Louis, villa T Nothing would ao enrich oar city ! Wa intend shortly ta pre litia matter. Man- time let our citizens examine into th matter. For health, economy, increase of population and wealth. Bathing roulj be mora serviceable. Thia all understand. And it ouljr need that aoma energetic mil ahauld Uka hold of the eubjact to carry it through ! The burning of tha Charter Oak auggeste to wa aa improvement, which aeveral intelligent ateam boat mo think will add greatly to tha eafetyofall persons. The atera of tha upper deck, ia moat caaee, U tha aafeot pocitioa. It ia very rare, indeed, ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 April 1848

.a aWamam.tmlam . . ..rd about (Jrrmt- he gone lul JlJ.t..lMtoKrui -- tutomorg , . i.ut w have ""''X Ku,icel th it'itnd. Let u dwell oa it, for a moment, . aoin on there. tb great c.- . th. f frtteruich, and hu escape. That e lav " Because I an tu man; grow a -- . shift, fears, halaacings, iutrlguee, lately suuhbeU I'JT tlie iiiiiaenai inaii- . . I . . BjUrl "that he should have taken to lira vouug Freuch Princes, geuerals 1 ttie very first brash of something ii-ruif. t- ,,r to their precious persons. vfrtiiieJ And shouted Ust, lost, lost , ft . ,,un.' wive anJ young children to as-'" ' . .,luii""llf"- ,u i:nli uH 11,8 V' wa opened The L , lirtJed I'JT their Professors, presented dumb" petition tot reform. A mighty U ' 'B-ti.rrHi. Prince .VsalrTarufi, and other ..ro. wa.-J Willi Palace. "The I-'f' ' .. . . eurillOUS. owe cnTmm.nr . il.reatenior. aspect "in the nick the tuiperor granted the reform ask of w" ia a bla of joy auJ light -i lirm 'M Mill the city was illuminated ...,.,i. ....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 April 1848

LITERARY lh rir fltH(bl Day. Opa hall ud bower Tha uu i at lb gale! W have been is gloom by Winter bound too long; O, bo Cometh proudly O, bo coined late, Royal m a Prince, wilU banner and with Ong Flint nement wide, aad let the glory through; Sorrow hath departed Joy is bora anew. I baro learned too macb to plv a doleful airing; blood too a ear the grave, with Life'a despair to tor : Tarn to rnearain thy laughing cheek, O Spring! Lot rue bear thy water warbliug wild with joy; Hide with flower the chain thon never caut ado; Life U in th meadow llearen abort i bine! What are y who mourn becaaa our Karth i round. And that baboa are bora when men are on the bier? F.nry Beauty' lock with hawthorn -garland bound. And anoint your own, ao scanty and ao aero ? I'll not lautrli nor weep with thaukles churls lik you ; Earth it full of gltdne Hop U born anew! Atkrmrum. Jk. Sfaarfal afrraaa. Soa:e ninety years ago, Uiere flourished ia Glassow a club of voun men. which from the extreme profligac...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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