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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

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Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 8 May 1847

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

¦§.>! i<HKI» K.VKK V SATURDAY Hp DIKM N& B. F SLOAN, Pf ! r ,. rn|-rmr.T, khii?, p*. , I-p ' tiVrms. J K] .{,n,'V..ir, n jiIn.iiko, Sl<* 50 ¦K1' . ' .,-..,¦•,.!!¦'. a yrar »iB invariiW y be K§ * ' .'j, U ,,L, ,t-,iw «ill !>c wrictly adl ered to ^H'. ' -.i'.i 1 -1 rl<'' llM ' nl 30 cenl * per square BB. " ' ,.. :'i.in, • »'l ¦ -¦ " » cnUs lor enchsub-Kjt ' ., , ,,t' .il f,iri<tic«. sik-Ij ai fioohs ST . l iJ.TVilK^lio' .v UilK Oardsfctcam- - ¦BfVl'. .<ul>>- l'ir.?Ji>lrs fti'd-ip-.S. kc. CXCHS '•»• j >!'• union shunnotice, ' ^mB' - ¦ . ; . . j §1 {iMITH 4V- 'K8ON. ' " Hr._; n | ,\ ( ./lo' > «| Vlriici-rios, I) rdwurc,l • Hb 'iVjn |.iiii<vj4pn. Nails &c.\o. W1, |p ' . ... Tri.-. I'ii.^ ; _ __ W, ' j.HI.N i:. ' .MILLAR ~ , " "" . *- ^ ' . ]• , nr*li muvvoi; oil iff in E tclianire I. ' - ' rr ^f^'V ;, 1 ' • :. i.i\ I'J f. >! 1N¦« i.\\ ¦ TTOIIN j:V A'4 LAWi ' .,. 1 hn t'tl'|...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

FURTHER PARTICULARS! ' .. . m f ~ c j re'We recoiled the following dispatch at 12 o ' clock last! liight. Tlio battle must hare been one of the most tremendous on record. Certainl y nothing equal to it occurred duhog the Mexican war. The further particulars ofthefipht will be looked for with tho^uti most interest. '/ • * The American nrmy took SIX THOUSAND MEXICAN PRISONERS!!! The loss to our army in killed and wounded i» _cstimMed as high as five hundred. — The Mexican low is unknown, but jj. ,has been immense. ' , j . i ¦ Hopes »te emcrtttine^UhavBrignuier General Shields who yras badly wounded may recovnr. ¦ ' u' ' 1 ,i I cc Fifty men we,re killed and wounded in Col. Batter' s Regimfnt of Illinois'. k , Our.want of Dragotviajto follow' up the purauilf, saved Sania AAna's life, j ' The Kentucky and Tennessee troops hdvo Kuffere ' d much. ¦ . . N<) mention is made dFany of the Pennsylvania troops. • Cojqnel Haskoll's .Regiment of Tenhfisseeans lost 60 rnen.- Capt. No...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

From (Jruliiua*s &Ia|iaziue. TUB OATH OF 9I1RI0N. A STORY OF THE REVOLUTION ^ BV CHARLES J " . PBTEKSO.y. [Continued.] . <j!HArTER Vt. , , s '¦Who thundering corao iu blackest tiecd."—BvnoN. While Mnj. Lindsay was galloping (rom BUUo_- ley Hail, Captain PrcBion, by the same road, wus advancing toward, it. He hud been om on a scjominjj expedition, and hearing; that Kate was still wyh Her aunt, determined, in a moment of relenting, to vibii her. Ho had not yctiibcard or •r father's cpptiiro- of cpursc heVaa ign< ran t ' her own peril; and Kate determined that be should remain to. ! The rapidity of Major Lindsay's pace Was in union with the tuinuji of liia thoughts. Now that, ajl. was settled, conscience wojp stilled; and he kit only tho wild exultation of success. Exposure WjnKihe only thing he had to dread: but of that he for/tn!; secrecy as well as iifWnity. He had no doubt Kate would soon love him.— With other women he had gcnetalty been successful; he...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

Tiie Boat without boilers, ; ;¦ \ , ¦ ' . _ 1 i During tho opposition between the two * ' •*** & bo»i lines, (running from the Kennebtc to Boston last summer; ami just u. the river t*ats %«• j ¦ making ready to *twi, a »o;on hove In tight, in- which uu an old lady, with .an «ct6tnpani«. memo! band boxes and bundle*, evidently etjuipped for a Journoy. The 1 respectite agents •( " tru; two lines sprang towards her. "Take th* jMaf ¦ shall, marm?— fine boat." "Try ihi PtntiMtt,*? new bos', built lost summer, commanded by .thy favorite of everybody—Coplain- i -=^, 1 ', fgi f»c. The boys and lttafcrs around echoed the ctaiAs of their favoirtes in concett, ••HurraKfor the pjmobstot," "HuVrahfortheJobnaiarehslL" T|e old lady, tVliol/ad probably never jeca a ttearhboat before, *hbs<j thier notion ol the tsr«ttlh|iww tlteir boiler hurtling propensities, w»S almoA b»> sidehetselrwiiti terror at tl>c hiitilmb; • ['%. . "Ob, Lo'dy! r wish I'd ne ' r tr,stirred J*tc...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

From the Boston I ilivo Omuch. ] ¦ wuufcD'MT—woir 1,0. voir I iroaldn' t gtto much for «»gicl Willi n pratllo From morning tilt night-iber'ci loo moch of tho ihrcf She oniuso u long t« a livopcitny rmilo Amuiej « cliilj—jiut o« loiif ui il'» new! i ' 1 would'nt give much foe * pralttet,—would yont ~'. '' 3 I wouldn't jlvcjmuch for |ie women who wjar them , J dinall •lippcri-lho taller.-1 mean number «wo; .• Wbotiraia nil tbey kaour, if perchance Itiej.Uou't (car them," . ; , , - Say, "Im.band: they're on. and ju»t Bi roc, thi-y do!' 1 I wuu.du'tglvo much ror lh»o noni ' en—tyould jouJ r I wouldn' t give much for a girl with a bonnet • Thai COM fifty dollar* whoir-OMt U ' »o» now . Who iporu a lupe muff will) a dairy lol ' loii It, That Unng» down in ftooi of il.jrfit aril trow; * Iwuulda t givo innch'fv.l thU female—would joul I «<raUn'( give much fiir fthc woman *no pwtti, Promciuilin; till niplu all the Iliorougliiurn ihro' i Giving.winki lo tlieclctkj. or cUc amorou. gUn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

' « bs • FK0M IHE ARJViy. ~ °?^J BAtTLE faETWE&TH1? AMER-»CAjS A*D MEXICAN ARMIES—AMERICAN LOSS ESTIMATED AT 000—PEN. SCOTT VICTORIOUS-— C00OMF.XICAN PRISONERS—GREAT SLAUGHTER AMONG THE MEXICANS!. ' PiULADELPHM , May 7—7 p. ji. News has been received that another great battle has been fought near Oerro Qardo beteen Gohl Scott and Santa Anna. The Americans are again triumphant, the MexicariB having suffefed a complete defeat. Five Mexican Generals have been taken prisoners.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

General Cnss f _ From Ibj rcim-y:ta.iiai>. I v f*, ' . tHefc ta in tlia following 1 sentiments «c-Jiresspd by Gen. Lewis Cars, in his fine xpeech on the Oregon question Inst year, not du\f great eloquence, but great truth aftdforce. Since the federalists in this tlcinitfcy have adopted General Taylor is their coiidfi-<hte for the pr ' csidenty, who iis nojt only a ecu.hern manJbut a slave-holier to bont; we hear no more About slavery ana dissolution. This didotica of the Inquirer—tjie heroics of ihe;Xorlh American*—thi? forebodings of the Dinted States jGassetie—on the- addition of ncw^skve territory t« tho fe'nton, are suddenly hushed! Even the New ' York Tribune half promotes to support the old -chief, -and so to p\vallo\v its calumnies upon the south, on3 its gloomy .predictions of dissolution and disaster. From t iis spectacle we may glean a new proof of tl o brazen inconsistency, and of theuuer want of principle, so often exhibited, by the federalists. The...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

- ( | A TEXT I^JTH A CON TEXT. i 1 . . Or tha war the FoacrilUu "lend a helping band to j carrying on 1 ' Xfvt Wa • -. - . ] " ¦ Somefew wepka since (Aprtl . SJ) thoQazotlej in speakingof the present war wit t Mexico, made use of the following lanjuago; >l "It U true that " the Whig«e»3r 'have, and now do, disapprove of ih« {ifdpient causes of the present war- but, ii ia not ittiA, lhat they havedvviined to aid in its prosecution, and the triumph of American arms. They believed, and now believe, the war could havo been awi'ded without any sacrifice of national houbr and dignity; but, onto en " a^'Cil in it, they ha\c conceived ^ it nn imperative duly t» lend a helping hand tn carrying ii on and brinsing it to a speedy close.'' . This is our text, and/we wish the reader to mark it, nnd note with whal cooV efTbulery, with what easy impudence, the; writer puts forth as facts, what the vurics' dolt in Christendom ouzht lokno* 1s not true. ] Py "in;eipi?nt cauics" , we presufn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

FROM MEXIC0 Bailie of Cerro ftordo. . Svnta Annal again Defeated in a pitched Battle, by Oen, Scott—Six Thousand Mexicans tiiken prisoners—Five Hundred .Imnicnns Kiltrdand Wounded—Gen. La * Vega again a Priton\sr,, " , i .—— " 11 Dailt Picatvxe, Extr'a, ) Friday ' Evening, April 30—5 o'clock. $ By the steamship iM'Kim, Capt. Pillsbury, which left Vera Cruz on ^the 20th inst., we have glorious news from the scene of action. , ¦ - On tbo afternoon of |Jie 17th the. advance under Gen Tivigg ' s encountered thefenemy, when, a pev-ero but indecisive conflict ensued* As the general orders -below *>how that it was Gen. Scott's intention to gho battle only on t|ie 18th, it may bo that this engagement was brought on by the Mexicans. The mtiin battle occurred on tho 18th, ond ' re-Bulted in. the complete'triumph of tho American arms, '. ' •' ¦ Santa Anna made his escape after . his army was touted ^ Gen. La Vcgp is again among the i}rifoners. Besides bim there were five general...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

I I Gor. Ftl0ell R Shunk ln.«,Il.fr*lu..n.i||bj|ound t oj the present inc ? r,up VbU and pitrio,iJ Cl Magisirale of thu Kcvs-.oae State (• • j doe- Irom ^ paper in a neig hboring s[a. c ¦ ' incli-d by our(y iiifluin« ? " a,,d prVudiccT ^ .^^ .. foue. . Uiexhibi.. ,h« I fe ^ F cis II. Shun'i in a |i»| K pcculi.irr ) - ' wi, hT i f ' consideration^' il,a ri,in 3 ^,,e,a,i|, n : L ano tier eloT1en: anJ b a-r.ii', 1 comnujj- atv i advan-ag. '* .,,<! exc-lle^e of ourlrceK,,;,!: , hrom - a poor boy h« ha-ro.<e ste pbj 1 - , 1 ^ 1 now he! U coiifei-icdl y one of'the hcs: t n g t " mo3t Doimlar'KT*.<-inii-#.= ;-m J... r Who ^ou^fiave iVo.isht-nlJer.Vfi^r ' appearance in Harrisburg in. ISO? \ slrf boy, ih' it in him Pe|nnsy1vanit, «ou!d „ ' ,] ilay..fi.id one of her best and purest Goi-J^T one who would plnylno coii«picnoj t-s -^n < "'' deeming her credit. >1*L>«Wu.hiftT h financial prosperity. I3ui s > o it K.-Uhh ink-, perseverance, , int...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

THE GOVEUNOR OP,PENNSYLVA-- , '!T —. ' |-. : - . ' F. R. SiiuNK, the present Governor of Pennsylvania, is fine of the innumerable .instances, in j which men of obscure origin i have raised themselves by talent and good conduct, to the highest station in society.— The father of Governor Shuiik kept a toll-gate in Montgomery County * , Pal,' where Francis, a mere boy, jell qiider th . o| notice of A", ii. Uoileau, a. [well-known, politician of that day, who resided there .. 'Pcj mingled modesty and vivacity of tho\j-DUth won so much ! on Boiicau, that he urged; the father, who piily consented upon repeated .importunity, to let the ' youth accompany him to Harrisburg, where he was about-to remove, having received the appointment from GoverriorjSnyder of Secretary of the'Commonwealth! He had ascertained that Francis wrotdjaf good mftid, and promised that be would/get him a clerkship in some of the public cjflicys. This 'was in 1808. In tho course of a/ few years, Hhunk was ^transfer...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

| "Our Flag Is Still There. " , I Not as Datiief Web^-.er said in Baltimore one •iabbath day in 1310, in 3 political speech, "Every breeze whl«pers o!ianj;o ' ," but ctfery flash of the Telegraph from the South nIiouIs andlrc 'cchocs the glorious cry of "Vicuirjy!" "Victory!" Scarcely do we record one hrilli.int achievement of our Army, ere anriiher more hrillnnt , if it can Ue, more slorio.ua and dcoifivo still, comes on the swift winged lightning lorxolipse it. T,he siiouts ol ihe people over thuiinparallcled victory of Taylor and his little army at Burnn Vista, and the well matured and gallnn-'ly executed hoinbardmcnt-and c ifiture of Vera Cruz by 5-coit and his c nnpalri-¦ . " f *> —" "" ¦p>*1 *- '"T , o' .s in arriii", had hardly died away, ere the cheerins fhonl ^rotn i'ie mountain pass of Cerro Gordo proclaimed another Irinnipii of the stripes and sutS fc Onoth'. r victory over the enemies and in»iiltcrs of oyrflag, and ilno'hcr point gained toward tho ullii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

THf QB^JVKR ;- ¦ "The World is Oo rtinod toi Mnch.'t , ; Wb ~ r7^!i'''P;a. [ ' ' v - ' Bnt^r jj wl Vfrrulis U M>r |J7»SJIT. . : DCnbCBATIC NOSIIWATlUlfa. FOR GOVERNOR, FR'S. R.6HUNK. ] FOR CA5AL COMMISSIONER, MORRIS LONGSjRETH Si^T^Thc news of great battle of Ccrro GoVdo will he found in dotail in the out and inatdc ol] todjy' j paper. ]\ZF" Vfc call tiltention tn the urtielo in ano:h iA- column, fiomtho Penn«ylvanian,1ieadcu "Gen. Ca»s. » - ¦ • ] f_p ^.^ ;_ ' - t'_jP* We undcieitand tjhat Muiirat Whallom, Frq. Commorvial Riutitin^c, has been appointed by tho Governors of New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois amJ MMi ' mnni-Commissfoner to toko acknowledgement of deeds &c. !$•<:. for thpir respective States. .,. \CJ** Tho body of Frederick R ' eiael, who was convicted of the murder uf hie wife in Piusburgh, and al ' iervyarda cominitle J snicido in Prison, was b'rousht to this pface a few days since by his brother, and buried about six miloi from town, near...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

Mum is Ihe Word. The Gazette hasn't a word to «ay about Gen. Scotl'a proclamaii ' on, ia which he asserts that the war Imsbcca "drodgiit about"by'Mcxiqp.hr'rsulf, and not by our Government, as they have heretofore asserted. Not a word—they are afc whist aaa mbii3C in a rat trap ! Jv'ct a word, cither, about-thaivo'e of Gen. ,Jrvin to tax .tea and cofftie, iiltbougb it has pot been* long since they wen: very fa ' tt to have us retract -the charsc, and o.Tercd to fnrnUh ihfe doepme . nig to prove it incorrect.. Mtun appears to be'the, word wiltv them aow\i/' '• ¦ ~ I . , ' ^ \ • , A Lacky Chap. The editor o¥jtho "Je . Tersonian," Olarksvillc, Tenn , isa ^ luclijy cha[p'. In his lust he aoknoivloilire-s the receipt of a beautiful bouquet, from a Lilly, and his sheet rjl. =o bears cviilcncn of hii laliiiN and cncri'}' beiny ccjtially as well n;ipreuiiitcd l,y ihe dciuocrncy of his, district.—il ii considerably enlarged ,and otherwise Unproved. '

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

. It^p Tin; Louisvillt Cauripr, a Native, pnper, uilli lint name of Gen. Ta\lor flyingat its inast brail, for PrwMcnr, "anbjectto the dcuisfon of ihe JTerijtlu in rS M." says it is evident the General will he ' opposed l>y "Nor.hern Abolition Fanaiic' * "antl the licmoerats. Wol should j be pleased \n lear;> howhi: i.H to be elected if the parlies indiraled oppose him. Perhaps the Couriei's coadjutor, the ijomnierciul, can answer)' , . Lato Hem. ' The hist Chronicle contained an editorial siiyina ihe M; and important ncivs, that ihe President had called upon Gov. S-hunk for two Companies of volunteers tp serve during ibe war. ' The sam.jlinformation wa. 3 "iven in live other throe (•» >"¦•: — -^-iZ. i. .-- r ,.).«id vohineer? had been acce|Seti. and we-e probably on ihlir roailio Mexico, when our sleepy jneiahbp ' r woke up.

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 15 May 1847

HERB WK COME. The Ni|w Jew Stor^Ahead !!! ifDST teccivedat the «rV< -it-(Jem Store, IVo. I, I Flerpin? Block, State street, «Wiv and sp'.enid aeaor'tnent of - ,'/ . SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS , W hich, Imvins been bought at extremely low prices and tha subscribers havin<; cncoiintured neither "perilsby Bi'a or land," in.llieir journey to Pliilidelphiaujid i^ow York Markejs, foil ami tni'i'bc sold as cheap—not lo ray a 1 i I tie chen ' ptr—than nt any' other Jew or Gtnlilt Store between New York and "Sundown." Our slock consists in pan ' of , SILKS of all kinds, descriptions and colon, 'rom plain black lo tho most ' lasliiJiiaVjic plaid, striped or watered. , GINGHAMS, French, Enjli-h, Scotc * - and American, varying in prico and quality to suil ctistomers. . f SHA.\VLS,SilU, Cashmere,Barta«e,e;c., etc. at price* that cannni fail lo plea-**. j\ -f M. DS LAI.\R>\ of all qualilies, fro(n 20 cts. upward.3, ¦ i \ BONNET RIBBONS,, of all colors, q\ulities, nliailcs n...

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