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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 March 1852

CSCa3HA-tjrtcSCH"ig r From the London Times of 2Sth Nov. Among (lie straws caught at by somo drown inij- pnliticmns in this country tins been a lur- king hope thnt America growing sick of free trade nnd nmbitiuus of an absolute cnmmcii cinl independence wns about to screiv up her tnrilTto its former malignity. So splendid ! nn example it was supposed could not bej without effect on tliis side of tlic Atlantic and; cither from simple revenge or as tho natural' way of meeting such 11 movement England was to cloe her laiders against American: bread meat cheese and butter. At one I time Poi.k was the man then Taylor then Imi.lmori: who was to lead tho game of niu! tual exclusions 1 liss very year a marn s nest for we cannot call it anything else of n most singulnr character possessed the imag- ination ol a lively contemporary and we were told that the free trade tariffof ISU! had been virtually condemned at Washington and was in the act of being repealed. Exclusive in- formation was boa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 March 1852

? LOSS OF THE STEAMER AMAZON. London nailers contain many particii- 1. hrs in relation to the dreadful loss of this ship and the great number of persons on board her. With the exception of the twenty-one persons first reported to have buen saved" no intelligence had been re- ceived in London of the escape of any others until Thursday the Sih when the Snlimarme Tclccrapli from Paris announ ced the arrival at Brest ontho 5th of a Dutch vessel "irLnsrimr in six pcipsenceri and nineteen of the crew of the Amazon This makes the number saved nine pass- cugers and thirty --sgvci) ol the. bhip t com - Of the causes xvhich led to this terrible loimm. ... catastrophe nothing is yet known with errtmntv. 1 lie onlY cmnccturc tnai can patty. ll WUS UUitu umi uiuuia mi;;iH hi .........-.- haxe been heard of as there weic nine between labor and festive plon-iiro the hai.it oats oncof wlrioli to still unaccounted of cousin... nd.nR wh.cl. .ne h.m corpulent '"' ' ' all tended io deaden his limbs and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 March 1852

:'S xumB Ud Hirer Knfl. The following kticr from Mr. Juhnsun of Arkansas-and tlie accompanying communication to the House Committee on Military affiirs will show tliat there is something likely to bo done w ith the Raft. Washington Jan. 1 1 tit IS.VU. Dear Sin. In behalf of the improvement of Red River I am glatl to state to you that we have a force and a strength now in Con- gress greater than ever before and from it I nugur the most favorable consequences. As matter of interest to those who suffer hy the Raft I send you the enclosed joint letter. It will show you thai Judge Moore of Louisi- ana who prepared the letter is well versed in the history of the Raft and in the statistics connected directly and collaterally. It is al so supported and urged by Judge Scurry of Tc.as most ardently and I now feel that with those gentlemen earnest and ardent on this subject as they arc our prospects are greatly improved. The matter by this cxcollcnt and able let- ter of Judge Moore is exhibite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 March 1852

nTXS II Tk -ff -J33 &i iB' 0 lSJUL ' " '.XL !' -AAcX-J S 3E CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUII DAIfNER BltAVE THE DHEESE THE STANIIAHD Or TUETREE EDITOR ii PROPRIETOR. SST Epgp CfM 'd J a 51 E M H v J- QL. 9 J.-jrc TCTTTT-T ' " ''" 'i -' following Jcscriiuwn of lheappearance of s -ind persons during ihe late revolution in is very graphic and readable. SCENES IN PARIS. W were three Englishmen travelling by il train from London to Dover on our t- v .-Paris one evening in this present n i' of December IS51. The extensive lore-lealor in the multiplicity of thick great ?oats the qtiici Cambridge mnn reading a i- n'i repnnt of Macaulay and the pres- e t Ttcr. did not find tho eighty miles or so l).a etnocn London bridge and the cus- toi use quay nt Dover hang at all heavy en x hands There was a thick while fog o and a tntlc of drizzling ram and e . ti' frost to make the rails slippery but i re as jovial notwithstanding.as old tra j ou"ht to be. The hotbc-dcaler talk- aminouslv of divers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 March 1852

TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS. Ar-Ti.v. Texas Feb. 20 1S52. FiUaw-Cilhrm: It certainly is remote from mv intention to institute an appeal from the dveii-ion of your Legislature to votir-elves. I am incapable of treating that body with disrespect lor many oi whose members 1 entertain cordial esteem and sincere consideration. In fixing during the present session the scale of reduction for the payment of your public debt they acted doubtless in con- formity to what they considered the pub- lic sentiment of the country. I believe on mature consideration ou will be disposed in wwpsp that decision and determine a? once to pay that debt in lull througa the inttrnmrntalitv of your public lauds. Kenresenting for other- a large amount your public debt. 1 beg leave to up - (if vmir nnbl nrnnrli vni! With DfODOSalS 111 I' ltS 1-tlrlV and definitive settlement in a form which in my humble opinion will be eminently beneficial to your State and which 1 be- lieve will meet with tho assent of the Congress ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 March 1852

je&SJMB3 "V ATTACK ON JOHANNA ' . The telegraph has announced that an at- tack has been made by an American pox ern- ment xcssel upon Johannn.the chief island of the group nf the Comoro Islands xvhich lie in the Northern part of the Mozambique Chan nel betxxcen Madagascar and the African coast. 'The island of Johanna has a popu- lation of about 30.000 the natives being; a ihonpicl rice combining Arabian xxith Afri- can blood. The islands are fertile and a- bound in. live stock and are consequently much frequented by ships in want of supplies 5 esncctally by American xxnmers xxno 11 is galleged haxe been repeatedly subjected to outrages from the King of the islands. In " August 1S50 as stated by the Boston Couri- er he seized and threw into prison Copt. Moore of the bark Maria of New Bedford. Our goxernnftent despatched the sloop of xvar Dale Capt. Pearson to obtain redress for the outrage. The King hating refused it Capt. Pearson cannonnaded the town and brought the King to term...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 March 1852

From Ihe Juilhnal Intelligencer. FROM OUR PARIS CORRESPONDENT Paris January 5 1S52. France hnjtisl pronounced by the voices tif seven and n halt millions of its adult men thit it desires for legislator and ruler the Prince Tenuis Nvrot.Eo.- Roxm-aute. The Uitory of iho world cannot sjiow so remark- able: an instancy of a great people solemnly ucchiring ils own incompetence to self-gov ernment and invoking a master. No argu- ment no sophistry no perhaps and nuts and if can put away ormaterially invalidate the great fact that hy the choice of a latn m:i joiity of its adult men France has accepted in full and fair view of all the past in full view ton of the future the rule almost un limited in degree of mm of the prince pre- tenders to the crown. Our judgment of the means hy which the successful candidate for absolute power has compassed his ends and induced this overwhelming popular expression in his favor may he unaltered; impartial con- temporaries and history will judge them se- v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1852

If "SI Gal j-uhj AjfaiMij-.:tr TIT ': .'-2-L.JJ '"JIJJL CHARLES de morse LONG SHALL OUIt DANKER BRAVE THE BREEZETnE STANDARD or THE TREE EDITOR It. PROPRIETOR. fefX a 0 w h ii PA v El U fen nl vA I M il 1 1 II m Baf & i&-& sSa AS A& &ii Egg Is sib a .pKtfcw.. t iTj-L..m.n M'lT i7-iJi'MM.aiJ.i..ua;VittLUUJJr.Lajy"-. $ ff VOL. 9 iC-S -j-s. -jj'-acctazgB3 snrjscza CLARKSVILLE R E D RIVER COU N T Y T E X A S S A T U R U A V M A K C II 2 0 I 8 2scci2casz srrinrcrar: no. 20. LOL V MONTES. Wo hid yesterdnv a brief but most intcrcs ting and agreeable inteivievv with the remark able woman. S.ie id not the brilliant bonuty ivc expected but she has a most delicate and pleasing face and form. Her jet black hair floats tn giacofjl curls.and her blue eyes at onco soft and piercing beam with in- tellect. She i vei vivacious and spirlluelle full of wit and gaiety yet dignified and cj-j cant She is -ootid on ino inicrwiiium me udmilting the truth of the charges made movers oi the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1852

ICOTSLVaV ' II TTf From the N. Y. Observer Jan. 2'J. PERPECTIONISJI AND POLYGAMY. Ueccnt. revelations of the interior anil total depravity of some profcsedly religi- ous establishments have shocked the pub- lic mind and led to inquiry as to the ten- dency of religious delusions. It is hard to say whether knavery or folry whether fanaticism or lust has more power over the Mormons of Utah and the perfection- ists of Oneida-: hut the facts that are now before the world in reference to both these communities are worthy of being; studied as new chapters in the history of modern imposture and delusion. It is hardly known but it is true that there is a weekly newspaper published in this immediate neighborhood to advocate and propagate the doctrines of the Oneida Perfectionists that in the community of those who are led to embrace the system all the laws both human and divine that are designed to regulate the married re- lation are set aiue and denounced while the unrestrained indulgence of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1852

"f yourselves ani your associates now con- template it. - I ajiall s.o.on appear before a higher and more holy tribunal than any earthly one which pan unerringly judge of iho motives as well as the acts of man. To that tribunal 1 look forward with composure and confidence that 1 shall be acquitted of having ever been nrompted in the discharge of my public du- ties by any mean or sordid or selfish ends rT beon animated by any other purpose than to promote the honor the prosperity.nnd glo- ry of our common country. Medals are ecnerally struck bv the author ity and paid for out of the public treasury of Government and most frequently arc inten- ded to reward and signalize the triumphs a- chieved in war. But that winch you now so kindly tender to my acceptance is the spon- taneous offering of private citizens from their 1 private purses ffrpublic services exclusive- ly in the etui department l sjiau lonniy anu : pratefully cherish and preserve it vhilt life I endures and transmit it to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 March 1852

SHOCKING AFFAIR AT SACRAMENTO. -.;.'.. 'io:: liltn.pltd Murder Mania e ami .V0;.' fAr Seducer. An unudinl excitement was created ycster-1 n.iv ny an occurrence nl tlie statum-hmisc.iii 1 v.jurn u iiisii iiy mi; I'.nmf ni j. v; auhiih l.ri. i .. .1 - s . . received a cl-mpctoiii wound Iroin a pistol in the hands- o! a hdy whose daughter do is i!i:irscd with having abducted and ruined. The circumstances of the case are briefly tn!cd. About two months since the mother nish her daughter. left Philadelphia to join iicr husband m this cmii'try. Ad.uns who hr.d known tho family a: home travelled most U nut all the way to San trancisco with them j 13 of white marble rlnbomtely carved in Lon- nrriving at the Monumental ciy se era! j don in a state of partial dilapidation. The weeks miicc. Ur. ttic lstl-uius anil dunnc the pasnge up he succeeded in making an im- pression upon the girl who is but seventeen earo of age and a week ago induced her io lenvo with him for this citv where thev hae st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 March 1852

tffi. (Hl-3?i. hTraiTl vrr-rs ?.: vc.hvi iftrlo "t"i Iffer-iy t3aca';'ea Mftsws'l Hytsa. a .! Ll t! -3T.I iTt .'.J 'J i ra IX if 01 '. . ill a r4 S3 ?J M IS oli m ! u- mt 2 s-s Ps xabmsttAUitwnt vat. Hapii.Bwg-a-B--.5-iJ-zsT-g vmnsnasEr? "Ti-t.iLinrjifjjL j. i. '- jgigtaE?aacsaj3Brjg-j TWgB.-ngMHggBJiaiWgrySWttn3C3tapy; CHARLES DE MORSE LQKG SHALL .- i-tr:JERB8ATX3 Tltl 3HEEZE THE STAKIAi Oi THE X'HXB EDITOR i. :?.OfmiETO P. "J.-V A.ess 5 BT.H3 cv .Vi MSfc 16 KS! ?5 R3 3 TiA fffi O Etf. 'ft. L--? A JLjL JLS 1 :"l uL Mski Mk Ei lH fef iJjH 3 " uwcAi aw - tti iTl vJhJLsJ jsti mK.ii bhbu rjvris s?uroi tf w VOL. i) arasewa: risri.oi! BRIGHT W ILLIAMS & C Of COMMISSION MERCHANTS : AND COTTON FACTORS IMilXllUW a Ol. riRO.YDISUSX S. XEW Oil Li: ASS. Vo. 4S Iv) DE.NDER. C L A R K S V I L L E R K I HIV F. It j o If N I" HO Kf! K JEFFERSON HOTEL. uSi mr- sunscntier has taken the above ps ii tibltshmcnl. (recently oi-cupicd by S. II Hi. I'M-.) for the cnsuiPu vear. The house j and fdtn'iw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 March 1852

wmm VtffiflBtfcafiSH1 mdii m v 3 BATTHYANY AND KOSSUTH. '1 he following letter of Count Casimir Hutthvnuv " the claims and courso of Kos-f suth will he 'read vvilh interest. He is the second of Kossuth's fiiriaer comrades and supporters who has expressed their opinions Kslcilmzy being the first. TO'Tlir r.lMTOIt OF Till: London timh. mi:: In the Time of the 1st of Decem- ber appeared a letter from Prince Paul Ks terhazy and shortly afterwards an answer or rather echo to it which has only the rela- tive importance to myself of having tho name f Hiitthyatiy appended to it. The Halthy- nuy family is as yin aie probably aware a not less numerous one than the ICsteihazy and several other Hungarian families No member of lhc-e families has an exclusive right to the family name but fur the sake dislinction it is customary for each mem- '.ers to place his christian name to his sigua lure or.nt least such distinctive name or title as he alone has a right to claim. Hav- ing been literally assa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 April 1852

iSM SRP35 S ww S9 J Pft Ml2 CI b IGTk V F3 ff F"-l l'. W M IS K as&y cSa s -iTicnirrun Jin iiiiiiiBiiiiiiiMWMyMBftMr. iwii !! ma wimawnwiiiwiiiM imiiiiiw wi nw ii mm mibimi iiim mi If ii HI H M III i.iii.iiiiii i lln.li lil IHIIIWI hi" LONG SHALL ODTI BANMEH BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD or TIIE THEE EDITOR ii PROPRIETOR. CHARLES DE MORSE C I. A R K S v 1. 1. E RE i R I V E R C O V N T V TEXAS S A 'J' U R D A Y A J" 15 I L 3 VOL. 9 Sl Si Ml fMe B I ii; ra fi a & a ? 3 1 Mi 8LJb eLm Sa vi E&ia Jla BSscs&s rAil &ia &1& tS M M JM X KS BE. 5.J W vfip ia tm tSBsr &5i es4M cswr g omwmujMuaiw --- .awni.wiwriiii fl''r-st'"gwBWTiiMMiMjiiii j 185-2. NO. 31. IKMWIMtii.iniinWMwmwnwiJuiuwwiiJii J.iitfJJlIJW tlH.ik--g7n.-ivtrirrrnTr rrcr3njlaTTTrrT rrri .MwaJKK-WTgrMtflTTy r lot i& a'" " W ii 1 G H T W IU1AMS & C O j COMMISSION MERCHANTS pQTTOTk FACTORS rviOXUOW Xo. Ol.r.Vl'.ONDKI.CT'ii. YJU ORLEANS. (No. 48 Iv-i G I . O II O E B E TS V E It . jt& THIS t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 April 1852

J A CASTLE AND A HEART BESEIGED. The following romantic story is one of several which pleasantly relieve the graver History of Hungary introductory to Kossuth and his Generals by H. W. De Puy now in the press of Phinney and Company Buffa- lo: Murany one of the most important fort- resses in the possession of thoTransylvanians was lost in a manner ciiurucierisuc oi ine age of chivalry. A castle of great strength in the centre of a country so often the seat of civil war the name of Murany frequently oc- curs in Hungarian history. At one time the Diet complains of it as a harbour for traitors and robbers; at another a solemn decree of tho nation indicates it as the safeguard of the kingdom and appoints it as the place where the sacred crown of St. Stephen should be deposited. At this period it was in the hands of a woman. Maria the lady of Murany a young and beautiful widow educated a strict Protestant had little difficulty in choosing the party she should adopt; and readily admitted a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 April 1852

r -N "-I " . . s v KV"3t 3- S i V p- l - l ?v 5f V J -it '- r V " &sr& S3V. ? Xi uw:s" : ip": M?;:i;:; ! ;Ai. ii;j$' JL; ? 'XH U Ja Jit JJV "fct' "" - ' " ' - - i -jL . . j-t j- B""JbSbb aBH UftUJ (5rj 'BUB ! '.-? r.-st T' ! ft. iKi l.i -.r"' J- J V " """"-' ."-. ' .-vA'.r' .. .-l- J- TT'''''' '" l a m - 1. - f-rCHAl:ESDEr.MORSE . -rv r - -tf-". .... r - t "v eJl ' I . . -n. - v f ' i-w 'wi..- i: j. j 'i'i "j j' -mm'-iu ' i v ; i w l . w u ux a w s &. c o !3 .CM M.1S.SJ 0.NVM ER OH A NJ.S 'tl!t!srroj.'noyx. Tr.-tiAitoxD&L JELETSi. 4ni XEW& ORLEANS. .. i'r(ffot 48 -ly) " G E'Oll GT2 " h'E JSr D .fi1lt". " ' -.- j -t t -- THJSj tliptOBgh-lircd-Jinrso will launi Iho ensuing eeasnn in tlie "town of "Cratlcsnlle and aly at : ilie fpaideneh of TUrliaul Gidcens ' -8veri'nii!e3.?Jorth "Easl of GUrksville. Fur Ciftn.-sizeVcolour nnd Wood lio is unaur- vpiied by anjrJior;ein alio Stale. a.tt i PJi DIG REE. - "Genrgefshytliecel'cbraleJ Iiorso f aciBc. Geor- cSJm byTacnWirgh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 April 1852

I'WS k i'". n Ijfi . -si V m "THE PHESiDBNOY. f-; . -. The rone of the democratic paper's and-of ih'o lellers from wnsninginn. now 111c incus of action among tho lo"adingolit-eIaj-s3how Ifcat the democratic party .all.-qver t he. count ry. it deeply agitated in-regnrd lothe clinice o'f.n candidate for tire iext Presidency. Of.Cfltirso " "nVfccrtuin ca1cnlation..caVbo made nt.this.dts . tajitfday as towho that candidate will. be-but there' "can even nnxv liu no doubt that. Jlic - clioico will fujl upon cither Gen. Cass. Mr. Liuchaimn. Geiv. Houston or.Judgc Douglass. TJic sonata-' lie -prominent candidates whose" claims willfhe.siibinilted.tn iheJJallimofe.Con ' v'ei.tion in May next. -Thy question nrjscs; who of the four stands the best chance.. for -ihe.nommalion as' jndicated hj the publicly .'expressed sentiment or Hie. parly iniHie Vari- ous qiiaiter's of the Union? lA The friends of Gen. Joseph Lane inlndi- ina: of .Gen. Wm.O. Duller in Kentucky; of .Hon." Vm. Allen in Ohio and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 April 1852

U l- -7. r li'-i-!C: -4 U l. Awn .1tijriox.Rowri..oi.cA"noNDErrET;.s; - rV&DSlGB MND.ER. J ".' Vm I TmsnWGuch-brcd horse will n tliA"nninn- feeHMtv in IhQ town orClaVksville.-anri STs-ri at the'resiilehcb of Ricfiatd Guldens . .jr-s j-fc oTJftm CcfoRS . Hi V jffrtrHnlles'NoithasVofClgr&Tnle-. " s. - Tat form size"" colour and blood he iSunKir- ; i passed by any horse inJlio"Stale. ''"' r -Geofge.is by Ihe.celebrated. horsa. Pacific. Geor- CijJs'darmbpPjrolctrgrinAdara" by imported Buce- pbalos 'crVaVraml'dlns'by.-imprtited i&ledlyy Ptto- leb y .ujiporteil. Ghizen. - ;For'libla.nc&see Tuif .Register. "s . ri.-. ::' " - Jor insurance! ... Tto eni.nVirtVnmWuee let atondav in Jlarcli and end the 1st 6f:3u3yv Wmyt .payment will be. Vspe&MVvUie' end 'of the'swon or as sooniis the Inaro proveVtob'e"in foal it is traded. All proper xarctakcnlo prevent -accjdems'but co ipeaaiKli(y for anyf ' .mnm-i' ' UtfeviiigMkfchc.ti;i6f2V jsfo-l-Z: 3. I I' . 'THIS fine -and .thoroughb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 April 1852

. . M Crn. . - -w """- T j1- .JV.TbA r - rTh iiwsr. s i5sa V.va rontaiUCU iretiwc.. ."- - - .-..l frortMP ru'wTcx;.nco otih.l.urir?n race known minu.VOpr.v. - r.liieflv re & a a - n 11 rnn . . siu t - v-? A Is iT- -r?rs otN pure spoefmens of iinco pnw prful. but now dPgoncri.ii: which centuries ."" & 1 IIV... v J i . - I -iSm ing pure specimen ngVruled fn fe connlifr ihe Montczumas V?" "t..j -.u-. n. children belong to an ordcAiMednocrdotalervicoadlll ft. ce prncUromfsS: "d.UUh Mo nnknovvn rtz- " .. ..- t wt expen-o. and even peril of lift to liiauy jii'ua v 'W - -.- i J v bi irrpHt exppn" .. i. mmiia nrotector. meir mucin"-" r- . ' . . have expressed dccineo jbiw.... ...- ruth of the story and declare that .1 .s ah- ' cited for purposes or mere peculation "i.:.. inrlPld imnlicil. credence to it. Without seeing and outnining these Intcres tine people for ourselves u. of course can not venture to express a decided opinion ns u. "heir genealogy: but it is undoubtedly true that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 April 1852

.LTt n.M lr- 1 . ! z. w k. 10 h l' -w 1 1 I A M S - & CO 4b u jyi M i s u tN M R C H A-N T S . t. ' AtD ir cbTTO'N FACTbRS - aYEH' ORLEANS. - (No. 48 ly.) MrffesT&s-src-cK. BEMtY BLOCfc' I " ' . .. & II. BLO0K'.v -. WHOLESALE GkQ'CERg r ffl O.JfHO XX LEVEE 3 door fcclowiIi; corner ofCnual Strecr. AEIV ORLEANS fvcep constantly on hand. fnllsunnlv nfRrimt THIS thoronnh-bred horse will "el cverJ' description. - stand life rmnirxr spnuin. in ilml ... RCF!:r.E.sCs: I I i.? (No. 48 ly.) i -. " GE0.ItG-R''BKpEu7" K- " .k' TtlTC i! u j L .t'h Iriesi itew Store in Clarksrille GILBERT It AGIN town of Clarksville. arid alio at the residence of Richard Giddens JtiFFERSON noTfin: seven miles 2Coilh East oT Clarksville. l'or.form size; tulnur and Mood lie is unsur- passed by any horse in the jSrate. P EI)IGRE&. George is by the celebrated horse Pacific Gcor ce's dim by Paeolet. grand dam by imported Bitco- - i i..r .. . ..i xt II.. ii l ' .w. ..... pna us creai gra.ia aa. uj ........

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