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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 9 June 1855

,>] Had told him, Christmw morning, - Jm be sat ope* i rfluthia lit) i little stocking*.. StaflM as fall as full could be, And atte ntire listening to me, With a tetemud mild, That Old Santa Claus, who filled them, Did not love a na«ghty child. 1 Bmt wVU he good, wont we, 1 And from eff my lap. he did, moder?" i stocking* hid; While I tuned me to my table, Where a tempting goblet itood. . Brimming high vith dainty egg-nogg, Sent me by a neighbor good. But the kitten then before me, With his white paw, nothing loth, fiat, by wqy of entertainment, Slapping off th Aining froth; •And in net the geatleet humor At the loss of such a treat, I confess I rather suddenly Thrust him oat into the street. Then bow Benny's Bine eye kindled I h . Gathering np the precious store He had basUy been, pouring 1q hie tiny pinafore, With a generous look that shamed me, Sprang be from the carpet bright, Shewing, by his Wen indignant, All a baby's sense of right. tf " Come back, flamey P" called he loud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 June 1855

7 . / 11( i '. "y**^W-. "8" 'i !W5 - ^8?8SS few y i * *ttjS-"rs-«I t -:<F.r~-. j:;iv>r..-' -| if •• it -'■ • !r - 7'i: " * t-^i'ili'jal i no jn^iw oi&jj'ofrus Mf'i «'' fitJN WSJ3 j vd : fiHM STATE TIMES. VOLUME II CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1855. NUMBER 28. for its maintenance and equally interested in elsewhere without reconveying the property : masons was made to the church prove clearly -^e cfiu1rc^ herself 's ll0t i&fallible, ^e- its benefits to afford religious instruction to to the donors. j that the intention of the donors was that the causesheis huuian in her composition, though TtM Hurt rtfr Thodafcmlanl in 'liat cause was torn- fMt«y Himmmitten by m«iKi.au attf a.fo aignlBr. tot because he resides in this its benefits to afford religious <. UvUU.. ,,, ,.„c .— — - . , . . ' Ooqi appaar ialba Nuec« Y alley, a* anginal, th« eooidy andbiaaswciations are generally with the children of parents professing so many The conventional action in regard t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 June 1855

%^XEs$trt?Ctnes. PCBLI8HIO tniY SATURDAY BT FORD, WALKER ft DAVIDSON. JOBS S. FORD- JO. VUm. W. T. DAT1080V. JOHJfB. FORD, Editor. sr jQQVm, nvariably tn - ttftbrt of ten liaes, or leas, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty . ,r .. -idt«rWp Awebcair Order ^inthe State of Virginia, the IvjththeMialier oC iuertioai de- .continued .untfi .otherwise orderei, 'Hvltf ch^pnaccordlhgTy.'' A liberal • discount will - 4>e !ite to°<hose adrtttisin^ bjrtB« year, joi- 4f^*AnMtmcement of-Candidates for State offi- ■r^cea tet dollars—County offices five dollars. gjg* Political, circulars, and communications of ' a priva'c or personal natare, Trill be charged at the -r" 10 h J0??Wjt<4re authorized to announce Col. P. H. li^ m^caadiflalftiftr re-el(>cti<ui to the U. S. Lc^adiflat6. fox xe-€lectiaij to tN U. S. ^ ^Tetftern District of "SipHH* Itrtn; LrrSrra Herald,' Indianola Bnl- !rt , RaHtkl Herald, Prairie Blade, and Leon Pio- neer will please copy the above announcement. ■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 June 1855

WKWW— of die continent, and the OKgarobS jof^lhe 'Wa>s<!f the llMer the in i [?"• f I* • . British Isles, and makes and champion of the pMpZj'^f ifutope Amcricslft people 1#flrs^aw fi)r him that sympathy which theyoQW deny to him and his cause. So long-as the vast energies of France are employed in a selfislPMr of am- bition fcnd iynastic purpose%l'tie Frepch ru- ler must continue to be classed, in the popu- lar mind, with the oppressors ttf the hitman -!&ee. His success the •people now feel id be their, disaster, as his defeat #oA!3 bie their history- Thftfluukeys of England aaj^eer him,, as is their custom t cheer'' sucwsful knavery; but their cheers will dontintte "to make the judicious gridve,''_ . In th^ .New York Tribune of MSy 14, there were some# just and sensible resoeatHs; 'etsilng'that, to'the THffler 'states, FHUte Jtai; 'Austria. art as rftfaufefoe as Rnsaia can ptjssibly lxe. If Bns- sia has <^&te inffuenped Kuerope, the Frenci *!!'.\nai$& ruled an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 16 June 1855

Wat' The Public Debt. *jm Jiuiry kifltiin unl A^uiittaastttickfig tlu> PEfefefoitmafin' the sabjejt ot the State *£t'U^|gt} inakc the(following extract: Socicticj > : "There is osie w-y m whic^ Te xas car, bniid m aiaov ilaiinwusas ahe desires: bat it is not -IbtrLiij.V- I " .fi,.":.];! ... Vf +SO*«€. — AUSTIN LODGE, ilfJL No. 12, L «ts th«- first SaiurJ-i} in erery month. Officers.—E. Finnin, W. Master: B. (SimcationciL j Jphijsuiatis anb ©enlists. : £aumcrs aub £aui __T ^ _ S-W-irdea; G. L. Walton. J. Warden; F. T. Duffau, l y claiming bont/ucs of her eteitloM—uor by! Secretary. f , "«caU^-' aown their ckimg to one. half their | ' —— T o. O. F.—JOHNSON BNCAJfP- 1. KENT, No. 4, organised July 15,1853, meet* on the first and third Friday of eacn month at 8 o'clock, P- M, by postponing the payment of ?* for indebtedness. The only safe and certain - way far Ser to erect a line of public iinpro- t_" regents is firet to establish her character for integrity aud promptitude, and th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 June 1855

THE TEXAS rr ATE TIMES. VOLUME II. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1855. NUMBER 29. PC SLUSH ZD KYIBV SATURDAY BY FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. •JOIX 8. FORD. 10. WALKSS. W. T. DAYIDSOlt. JOXOT S. FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 23,1854- Tke Of«sUtatlw Texan, ihall It be RcfaniH by a Convention! A radical change in the organic laws, or the lubslitation of * new for an old Constitution is a civil revolution. Happily such revolutions, • although common, bare hitherto been peaceful 1 in the United States, with a single exception That exception was the Rhode Island insurrec- tion. No one doubted bat the Enflish cha/ter ought, to hare been reformed. Tbe difficulty grew out of the action of the people without the couseut of the existing government. The ex- ercise of a sovereign right thu became an act of insurrection, and the Governor uuder the new regime, Wilson Dorh, paid tbe penalty by an incarceration which attached no.other dishonor than failure of success. It is genera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 23 June 1855

For the m«i Stale Time*. The Sabbath. €|p€txas l tnip€nnps. pcauntn ktcbt utntuv bt FORD, WALKER ft DAVIDSON. J0K3 s. roan. jo. WALK*. W. T. DAVIDSON. JOH1 8. FORD, Editor. AUSTLV, SATURDAY, JUNE 23,1854- GOVERNOR, Hon. D €. DICKSON. FOR LIECTEXiirr-eOTERNOR, HOD. W. G. W. JOWERS. FOR COM'R GEI. LAUD OFFICE, Hod. STEPHEN CROSBY. FOR COWGRESS--W estern District, Hod. JOHN HANCOCK. The Democratic Hecttagat tlie Old Capital last Satardajr. We were nut present, and did not, therefore, participate in the meeting of the democracy by mrs. theodora h. bctseidgb. Htetory of the Farce. Editorial Correspondence. 1 General Carvajal, Capistran, Lie. Garza ! For the Texas State Times. 1 Olorious Xews froDii Pfclladelpkla. ' ThemeetingofthedemocratsofTraviscoun-j San Antonio, June 20th 1855. and others,are in the state of Tauiaulipas ob-! CHAPTER I. j It is with fieelmgsofundissemWed plensure ty on the 16th inst, was culled together by a Some of the Germans are displeased with i serving Gen. Wall,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 30 June 1855

TEXA STATE TIMES. 9B' .V VOLUME n. CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1855. NUMBER 30. _ PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT FORD, WALKER & DAVIDSON. jobs 8. ford. jo. walker. w. t. davidson. Deck ol the Outward Bound. from eliza cook?fi journal. JOHX S. FORD, Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30,1854- Editorlal Correspondence. San Antonio, June 24th 1855. , „ .. , , . . . • How seldom we dream of the manner s grave On Saturday the masonic fraternity gave i Far down by the coral strand; i i , ,j> (l. r<;i.„i„ a a : How little we "think of the wind and the wave, ! a grand "blow out on the Cibolo. A good-j when all we loveare on land! ; ly number were in attendance from this place, j The hurricane comes and the hurricane goes, i It was a rather grand affair. I On the evening of the 23rd there was a public meeting at the Court House; "all who And little heed do we take, Though the tree may snap as the tempest blows And the walls of our homestead shake. But the north-east wind tel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 30 June 1855

£>tri? €im pdblishbo ITI1T aituboat it FORD, WALKER k DAVIDSON. jobs i. row. io. vum. w. t. davidsos. =F JOHM 8. Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 30,1854- ran governor, Ion. DAVID C. DICUOI. fob lietit. governor, Dob. W. 6. W. JOWEM. tor congre88, Hon. JOinr HASCOCK. TERMS.—Thfee dollars per annum, advance. ADVERTISING.—For eacv square of ten lines, or less, one dollar for the firtt insertion, and fifty eeats fcaOeach subsequent insertion. Advertise- ments not marked with the number of insertions de- sired, will be continued until otherwise orderec, asd charged accordingly. A liberal discount will be made to those advertising by the J**r- _ Announcement of Candidates for State offi- ces ten dollars—County offices fire dollars. Political circulars, and communications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the sale rates as advertisements. an authorised to announce Col. P. H. t o. ^ candidate for re-election to the U. S. Congress, to represent the Western District of . T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 30 June 1855

;v An Oed Pp"1—The eldest book in the XJeiled States, it is said, is a manuscript Bi- Ue, in the possession of Dr. Witherspoon, of written over a thousand years ago ! He describes it as follows:—"The book is bound in boards of the old English tod with thongs by which- the leaves are - - frownd together. The leaves are entire- ly soade of parchment, of a superior quality; of Jmmsi and smoothness little inferior to the best satin. The pages are all ruled with neat accuracy, and written with great uni- formity and beauty, in the old German text hand, and divided off into chapters and vcr- aas. The first chapter of every book in the BiUe is commenced with a large capital of inimitable beauty, and splendidly illumina- ted with red, bine, and black ink still in vivid mltr; and no two of the capital letters in the book are precisely alike." A Locomotive Telegraph.—A letter from Paris states that Bonelli, the Italian en- gineer, has entirely succeeded with his "lo- comotive telegraph." An e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 30 June 1855

f- -AUSTIN LODGE, I the first pom.- pto. 12, meet; Fianin, W. Master; B. F.C«««r, ta: G.L. Wrnhoa, J. Warden; F. T. Dulfcu, Brer: B. Hsjor, Seerstaiy. jpyiteA 6 & •. it-JOHNSON ENCAMP- MENT, So. 4, wgaaised July 15,1853 HbthftHttd third Friday of each i at 8 o'dotk, P. M. l,0.tf6.8.llD.«r8v rot UNION LODGE, No. ie,of thes st Order of Good Samaritans! ^ lucre of Samaria, meets even-J evening at 7 o'clock. i Ssbsd, B. F. CARTER, r. x. s. w.c.g. , Dec. 23,1854:4tf. HOTEL.—The undersigned leave to inform her friends, and jasal ^b^tioiiaL AUSTIN COLLEGIATE FEMALK INSTITUTE. - I^HE Seventh Session of this Institute will commence on the 29th of Jan- uary. 185S, in the large brick building, opposite the Presbyterian church. Faculty: Rev. B.J. Smith, A. M.. Principal and Professor of | A J. LOTT, M. Ancient Languages, Chemistry, higher Mathe- j j\- • matics. Moral and Mental Philo -ophy. Mrs. E. W. Smith—Philosophy. Astronomy, Bel-' leslettres, and ornamental branches. Miss H. B. Shins—A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 July 1855

V •w ■n- STATE \ =P muano mn Mtnwt,« FORD, WALKER ft DAVIDSON. jo. wamoa. w. t- datlpqos- JOBS 8. Editor. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, JULY 7^1855-. "t- jl « letter from Santa Fe. Special Correspondence of the State Times. Santa Fb,;New Mexico, ) May 31st, 1855. J Editors State Iimeb : From the tenor of-accounts from tke Bangers, I judge the different expeditions sect agrinst the' Ti dian enemy in Texas have wrotght no re suits beneficial to the fuuntry. Evidently; tician suggests that hia equal to much better e enemy no les- le or the other, The blame, I ral Persifer F. war has been the vast extent of her territory and its adapta- tion to al! the products of slave labor. It is therefore our doty to more at an early day in this matter. Oar next Legislature should not qnly pass such laws as would prevent the pros- ecotion of future claims by citizens of Massa- chusetts against citizen* of Texas, but should, by express enactment, ;lay such a duty npou all goods m^nulactureJ in Massachusetts, as ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 July 1855

F * * Cert tin Candl- mn unntT it PORD, WALKER t DAVIDSON. w- t. batidbo*. BAY, JULY7,1855- DATID C. IHCK8CX. FOB tirXJT. GOVXRHOR, ' IB. W*! ?Three dribn per annusa, MU% t HO.—For «MV (quire of ten lines, , one dollar for the bet insertion, and fifty each subsequent insertion. AdTertise- |not marked with the nvmber of insertions de- 1 be continued until otherwise ordered, 1 scoordiogly. A liberal discount will > to those advectisiag by the year. S^eioaicemeiit of Candidates for State offi i dollara—County offices fire dollars. 'Political circulars, and communications of ■irate or personal nature, will be charged at the i rates as advertisements. ;**v- ■ ■ • — _ We are authorised to announce Hen. C. f. BOCKLBT as a candidate to represent the | Western Congressional District of Texas in the i of the United States. ^ We are authorised to announce Col. P. H. , as a candidate for re-election to the U. 8,. to represent the Western District of -We are authorised to announce Hon. JOHN J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 July 1855

tub ell." £• O, a fine little squad came Oat of the camp, That mot ia strange places by the light of a lamp, And tare fury and gas, they weapons had none, iaitkefnditlieoM "hobby" for office alone; So |rieky in council and so sly ont of doors,' The. was ne'er sera in political wars. They staid not to pay e'en the debts which they owM And secrets, before they retired, were "blowed f But etc they had reached the "old capital" door, A hubbub was raised they ne'er dream'd of before; For all wasted office, which all conld'nt get, And-some folks do say, they want them "till yet." Bat they boldly entered the capitol hall— The Know Nothings, "Bombshells," renegades, all: Outspoke the "big gun," his handin his vest— Let no one speak here, who comes as a guest; For we are tha elan who hare left the foul crew, That nut oV the tin-shop of Mr. John Slue. "And will you the faith which yon swore by, deny? Asked, him who is called the "little cock-eye;" "Can KtT which yon worshipped but two days ag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 7 July 1855

(gbucatiotial. pijnstcians anh Dentists. ] Caemcrs aub £ani) Agents. -AUSTiN LODGB, nmsUAk* first Saturday in • *i* ; - •; MaMer; B- F. Career, a Wart«rr . L. -Walton, J. Waaleo; F. T. Duffau, Ti miMsi t B. X^or, Secretary. Dee. u, 1854. s i ■.■*<?? - '• ^-jQabK305 BNCAJIP- 'o, 4, «a%aei«d July 15,1853, and third Friday of each SLM. ■■■ '6,BbfcD.«ri. _ _ It LODGE, H*. M, of the« '.iadepandentOedaraf Good Samaritans s and Dtnghters of Samaria, meets every! Monday evening at T o'clock. milUll " B. F. CARTER, ' * Aw, s* W.C.G. a, Aintl^Pec. 13,1854:4tf. > I HOTEL.—The undersigned n Icare to triform her friends, ana ¥ • jf the pafa&.geoerajly, that she has removed J[ 1 J from the Missouri House to tie dew brick building i avenue, .where she will be pleased to ,t an Jfho may favor her with a call, i-fef past favors, she still hopes to share -a large "portion of public patronage. £3®J* AuSnT'Angl 3,1854. J. H. GEORGE- 1I WHBITC Mm. Pna« wprid respertr J>T«^aj«wwthe pnblic tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 July 1855

• . k TEXAS STATE TIMES. VOLUME II. CITY OF .AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1855. NUMBER 32. *• the Voter* f Texas. M Fellow-Citizens :—As the time is rap- f idly approaching when you will be called up- I oo, ia the axerciae of the elective franchise, . _ 1 to select from your midst some individual to ; induced to assume this relation before you by the 1 u„ : _ ,i„.- j I solicitation of a portion of my fellow-citizens. suf- discharge the important duties entrusted to , gcjentjj. respectable in character and numbers, to relisve me from the charge of presumption in do- * i 9 4 h T To tiie Toters of the Second Con- gressional District. Fstiow-CiTizsss.—1 am a candidate to represent you in Congress of the United States. I have been \ discharge the important the Executive of the State for the ensuing two years, I have, in view of existing issues, determined to announce myself a candidate for that position, and adopt this method of giving my opinions upon such subjects of State policy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 July 1855

Gcr.feaae aa4i Railroad*. Last whiter, in commenting upon the acta of Gov. Pease, in reference to the Pacific Railroad'contract, we used the following lan- guage: "It was intimated to bimat this place during the caxraa^ that the rote of Bexar county might be secured by breaking ground in favor of the loaning policy: be wrote a circular admitting of a construction friendly to the loan system. In a conversation with Hon. A. J. Hamilton, the open, avowed opponent of the Loan Bill, he declared bis concurrence in tbe views of that gentleman. Whan affr^A why he did not come out? he an- swered to this effect: ' My present position before the people is such that I find it to my advantage to tkoe-ttring It.' Shoe-strings pursue a tortuous, crooked course. In at one hole, across and out TERMS.—Three-dollars per annum, mcsrioUy m j •* anotOer. In short; the Governor intended to €|f€rasitotf€imps. pcbushbd btcbt &atcsdav it FORD, .WALKER & DAVIDSON. jobx a. roaft. jo. wAuaa. w. t. patid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 July 1855

i \\ / 4 T Extract from aMtsrdsted Fort Dari^ j A Nkw Kick.—The State Gmiette re- Twa«, Jttn# the 25th, 1855:— j ceives information by way of San Antonio, " Everything is oomparati*elr quje' n?wi ! that over one hwidred members have bolted Itorttte '£2kS! WS H Indians°of "his from ^e Austin Know-Nothings. We have netioB of the conntnr bare gone to New Mex- later and more direct information, that all ieo for the pnrpo*e of making peace with Gen. ^ seventeen 0f the original " forty-three " Garland. hat tbev say that "they are at war ? {ftetrih mt mt Ltmpia," meaning the com- have returned to the order. (ixo U<n,pH an nr ' At a regular meeting of Capital Union Lodge, The Pre««l«t of Mexico has issued an or- , Nq k G g & * Qf g«- Qn ^ ^ day of der forbidding any arftrf^hat^vCTj^m be- : Jnl D lg55 the following resolutions were ingworttf from Mexico, for the «e °Hhe un^imoasl7 .a^pted: United States, 0 anysoape or form. This order Resolved, That we have received the melancholy is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 14 July 1855

we &r- r * Societies MASOfflC.— AUSTIN LODGE, 'Wo. 12, meets the first Saturday: ' mOSth. (Educational. i fthnsirians nnt yenlists. ] Coronets a i> £att& Agents. jg* MTVIM A I I.*' w r>mnr .l liia I. A. PASCHAI- > f CEO. W. PASOllAL. ' .1.,... . Flnnin, W. Master; B. P. Carter, S. W*rfa ;G.L.Watto«,J. Warden; F. T.Duffau, Twawrw; K Jfagor, Secretary. Dae. !«, 1864. 5 "" WL O. ¥*—JOHNSON KNCAMP- • M®W, W®-4 «gaai9edJaly 15,1; meets oa the first and third Friday of eacb Mattel o'clock, P.M. €*S I. o. «r«. s. & ©. or s. CAHTOL UNION LODGE, No. 16, of the I*9«$endeut Order of Good Samaritans aad Dnpters of Samaria, meets every Monday eTcuiag at 7 o'clock. Saiaos Sssan, B. F. CARTER, V tVr. * s. W. C. 0. B. AnstU, Dec. 83, 1854:4tf. _____ 1KY HOTEL.—The undersigned _ i to inform her friends, and the public generally, that she has removi _____ from the Missouri House to the new brick building on Congress avenae, where she will be pleased to accommodate all who may fav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 21 July 1855

1 /;> 9< ">5f- >*dl fi£.- ■jK jI'J O t i ft' *\ ?> v -jfUd|ar .-' ■$ TEXAS STATE TIMES. "f) CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1855. NUMBER XmT SATURDAY BT FORD, WALKER & MVIDSON. JO. WiiKKX. W. T. batjdsoji. reflection that courses through the public mind, Whigs.—It is a favorite figure of speech j Written for the Times. which is never found among the money-seek- j with the opponents of the American order to | CHAPTER VI. ing, boisterous, plodding politician of the North, j say the party is nothing more nor less than 1. Hitherto had the people of all the land Our statesmen may not calculate with mer- j Whiggery in disguise, yet they never fail to j been greatly edified because of the writings of : cantile accuracy the cent per centum ad- j call upon the whigs themselves to aid them to j John, whereof all things had he published, JOMBI 8 POMP, Editor. f feOSTB, SATURDAY, JULY, 21, 1856- ; Runaway JFxoroks.—On last Saturday a.gang of runaway negroes were dis...

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