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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

The Ri;roiiTED Escape ois Santa Anna. —A Veia Cruz corn 8 ondentof the New Orleans Commercial Times, in.relation to the reported escape of Santa Annn, (which, bythe-by, is nut gencraly believed at Vera Cr-iz,) gives the fo'luiving supposed explanation of the manner of his Uig^t: t "h appears that Colonel Gates, the Governor of Tampico hod previously received intclligeuc ' ethai Suuta Anna was in the neighborhood, ai;d lit* immediately ordered out tcnuts to collect nil possible information thereon, issuing at the same time the strictest injunctions to the "Hirers iii ' commod of the U. S. schooner lying there,' to prevent any vessels. of whatever description, from crossing the bar, without first undergoing a rigid search. We learn, however, that' before the .command of the Governor reached the I). $i. vessel, a small craft (a schooner) whip waits on the British steamers, to convey the mails, bullion, quicksiver, &c. on board, had gone out, and communicated with the Britis...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

A Fathrr's Lifb R,\vhd by his So^.'^-Among the deserters tried nnd leentenced to be hung in Mexico, was a man named Edward Mctlenry, of the -llh nrtillpryj. Gen. Scott, a? commnnder-in-chief, Ind the power to approve or disapprove the sentence of the court. fn passing on that of Mcllrmry, the General made these remarks: "A like 1 remission [from httnging]ls made in tho.easel of E.I wrd Mc-Henry, company G, out of consideration for a son, a ' privale in the same company. iVho has remained faithful to his colors!. 1 '—JV. O. Deifa. SmiKiSo Contiiast. —WIb commend the following paragraph from tho New Orleans Delia to the consideration I of the London Time*, and the admirers ofiu course toword« thi* country: | ' . '] " . . • "Whnt a contrast with tho conduct of the British'in Washington, in tlie conduct or the Americans in Mexico. The former burned all our public buildings ami archives. The latter nre forbidden even tn quarter in the publie buildings of Mexico, or even to touch a tj...

Publication Title: Erie Observer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

(JJ^Severul new ndiertisements have been unavoidably crowded o it this week—they nre however from yearly iidverli=ers, who, being allowed to change 09 often as they please, must.bear a little disn] poiminenl of this kiitd occasionally.. fXJ^There has been an arrival from Europe biiice our lust, but as tie news is not very'imprirtant we have not tl ought it worth while to occupy space with t ic delni's. The grain market hud advanced a shade in prices since tho. last arrival, owing;, it was thought, to a slight improvementjiii ibo money tndrkct. ' .' , t>r< wood. <~ A yotijig- man najm :d Bonnoll, attache^ tn tho U. . Slates Revel ue Schooner, Erip,, fell through the dock on Wednesday evening IftEt, and before assistaifci " could Teach him from the vessel, the onfy .' place where his cries for UBsistance could be heard, he wns drowned.

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

THE OBSERVER ¦ "The Worl<nsOoVornoTt(fO Mnoh , 1 ' Snlurdnr niorniuu, November 'J7,, •' ••I7. flj^Tiios. II. Ellison- is a duly uuthorized agent to procure,subscribers for this paper. ffT^O n our outside this week wilt be found a variety llmi cannot fail to please nil tastes. From "grave to gay, from lively to severe" is embraced in its range . Qy Wo understand that the V. 8. Steamer Michigan has been ordered to'Buflalotolay up this winter for the ptirposo of undergoing repairs. Why.is this?—every repair necessnry can be elTectcd here as well as atBiifl'ulo. {TJ/ ^Tlie sleumers Louisitina, Madison, and Missouri, have been laid up for the winter at this-uoit.

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

More TaiupfIIuin!—We find the following in the last number of |hnt truly Democratic Journal, the Washington Examiner.— 'f'lie fact here presented affords additional evidence that the people ' s Tariff of 18-10 is working terrible "rniu"—not to the country —but to all the hopes and calculations of the panic federalists: Tub Phil-b of Ruin.—At a public t-ale of Sheep in Hopewell Township, on Wcdnogdny last the IOthiust., a S<ixoii\/ linc/c sold for the.sum of three hundred itnd Jift'l ttrn dollars. Several Whigs made bids • rir-iii«r $300; but our old Democratic friend Col. James Lee, of Cross Cfcpk, happened to huve a few dollars more confidence in the administration, than the Whi g* , ond consequently tbe Buck was "knocked down ' 1 to him! j ls not this very strong proof of the';benefit arising from Whig Principles? Did the truth loving Whigs not predict, lhat neither Sheep nor Woo! would commaivl half rhe price under Polk'» tariff of'40! Whereare the panic nutficr*? li'a...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

I' An American Mother, Wo find iii the Riclimon.l Enquirer a correspondent who states that it was, his sad duty to inform thel'.widoivcd mother of the laic Lieut. William T. BurWkm., nf the. denlrjof her younge.-it and darling son, who was killed un th6 9ih gfppteuilbor in the,battle of El Mor lino ile'l Rey. He fcuy-s be ( "told his mother he. was dead, and that be had fallen in bokile. Not a'leirfell fritm her eyes—not a i?igh escaped^her.i 'Is he dead] Did he do his dull/? Thank God, hu left,no widow!" were the only words she uttered. "| What a ?nd fet boaitifnl commentary on the stearn palriiol ' iMn \vl icb pervades the.breasts of our Americair\m< thers! Language is too'fecble to expr^.-s the admiration for such uevotion to the coipnt y cause. If tuch is the mother wh ,al must lu ' ve been the son! ' •

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Backing Oat ¦ j 'Jfhc North Americin bns nt last exonerated j the Hon. Jks.sk Mim.er, from ihe foul charge '* * made against him in the celebrated Salisbury | disclosures. Would it not have been more i becoming inJ^e se g ;ntlemen to hnve done so before the flection? . tt/ ^TIifi i'ratt JJii ik of UufHilo is the name of a new banking institution recently established in Huff.ilo. t!; N. Pratt, E.-q., formerly of Albany is President. Its capital of' . $100,000 iscompoied uf New l'ork" State j Stocks. • ' i fX/ 'The Liberty Star is the title of a new Abolition paper just stnrleJ at Jamestown, N. Y. We hav ' nt seen it, but presume it is like the balance of the si me kidney—full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

I A Printer in Luck. I ¦ Lieut. Tlios. J. Myctf, of company F, Unshachusctls volunteers, has a^kell nnd rc-r -iyivl his discharge, and has "annexed"' birAs!lfti ^ a beautiful Senoretla near Moworey, \n\ as luck would have it, she is worthy cool *3!ttl00. fJLp* A large and brilliaiil ;nidience " aHseipblcd at the C>dd Fellow ' s/ilull oil S&tirday ci'euing last, to listen to a Lecture on the claims of Odd Fellowship lo public conn; er,C2, by P. G. Pascal. Donaldson, of New York. The lecturer was evidently a man of tale t and deep.thought, -and handled his subject with a master band; and wo doubt not convinced many, if not nil, that, becoming a msmjcr of that fraternity did not make a man ai y the less a good citizen, a. true Christian,'or . pure patriot.

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

CortroavrioNS.—No feature in-the result of the late election is I'nore gratifying than the fuel thai the people hnve endorsed the fearless and consistent opposition of Francis It, Shunk, to the increase of corporations in tliis.Slule. Especially is llii* gratifying, when considered with reference, to tho«o r . . <¦ "...it ,», •!.Mi. ' J.i-:-ihave mainly regarded legislative privilege* bh necessary to their prosperous nirtmigement. VVb presume such establishments as the Lancaster Cotton Factory will get along iii spite of the fact that Governor Sbiiuk wiia4:l nol Mibmit to their cluiuis " for privileges not asked for by ojhers. Thoy themselves will hereafter involuntnrialy aAie. -l lo iha wisdom of this Democratic policy. We 'rejoice that ihe people have not wniicd to be convinced of its propriety hy those who are now its opponents. They sustained it from the hi ghest and purest motive*, and after the-most earn* csl reflection. —I'cnntylvanin. . j

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

The Delta contains an official account from the tote Capt. Walker, made.to Col. T. M. Wjnkoop, of iheengngotrrfyt of the mounted Rifles under Capl. W. WijAi a large puny of guerrillas al La Hoya. The report slates that musician iticliardsmi anil iulernrcter-Rahorg were slightly injured bv OiHs finm their horses, but none of his men »were killed.— Private Ilugucnin belonging to Company H, Rifle Regiment, having been left sick in the hospital, was also slightly wouuJed. The oflicers unitnen belm 'ved with great, gallantry, and such daring bravery, thaljwas with reluctance that many .of them seemed to (they the orders to take cover belli nil Ihe '"rocks, from the shower of bullets which for. some time filled the air above their heuds.

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Desh of Ltent. Yonnf. ' Among the deaths in Mexico, we notice that of Lieut. Montgomery f. Young, ! of Capt. Moorheal's company of Pennsylvania volunteers. H» died at Puebla' of fever, Mr, Young was well known in thik city, hav ng formerly practiced law here- - ' ' ¦ DipNjm.—Tiie Philadel phia Whips nro *- bout to tender Gen. Irvin a public dinner .— What fur?— PiUtbutgh Dispatch ^ ' / As d net off for the defeat the Democrats gave him in October, probably. .! ¦ - Popo p»i»», iho rx For years liberal opinions in Europe have been steadily "and surely progressing timongthe masses. Like ihe shadow of some giant tree on the lianks.of a placid river, spanning from shore to tJiore, ihei' have reached from their primeval borne in America to the shores of the Atlantic in the old world, and binebeen recognized ns something tangible—something ' real—and while ddsnotisjmli Wiih its iron baud, baa ruddy tried tqdriye ' tliem back, 1 to hem them in'on ^lie cojitiue|it that gbvo ' l tern ...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Ono of Ihe Whig "B'hof«." At a whig meeting in Columbia (Mo.) Col. Young, a whig leader, is . represented by the Columbia Glo'io as having employed the following language; the good Insteof which, to sav the least, w 11 not bear the ordeal of criticism: "If the President says that war existed by the act of Mexii o, he. is a liar, that the Democrats who accused the Whigs of committing moral treason b;r opposing the war, were also liars, that nil knew he could take, a bull by the horns, yes sir-e bob" ¦

Publication Title: Erie Observer
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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

I Grah=m';i Magazine. The December nnr ber of this'Magazinfc U on l)iir.Inble.j II is embellished with engnvin'gs illustrjitive of^ '•'The Troubadour," "A Skin Lodge of an Ass niboin Chief, '" and"Tte Fa.-hioni!. " V\ r e obt irve among- the literary content?, original cc ltribniiona from W, G. Simms r H. " ,B. Hirst, W. II. C. Hosmef, 1. F. Cooper, ami other well-known writer*. — I'dMi-hcd by Xieo. Ti{ Graham & Co., Philj. ilelphia. v i* ' I 1 .

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

1 fly ** Mississippi | ias gone Democrotic as usual by a lar| fe mojority. The ct>ngressionaldelcgation is cumposed of all democrats , save one feden ilist, elected from the Vicksburg djstrict. it i biipposed that this district would have be :n democratic too, had' not so many of that party been absent us voluntecrc

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Man, Is a reasoning. onimal, who paints with the sunbeams ' travel by Maim, talks by lightning, speculates it) brco'dstafTB, and swaps faefc-liiii ' veft .

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Some modern astrologer ha« diecovered-that there is'a hole in the sun, through wllich (tie earth inigh.t pass. The Delta thinks thii • denireblc openinr. ,

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

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Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

V V It I V V V <» IT It B Ii O O I> : O. W. MKRCHAN-rs IMPHOVKD COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT UF SAllSApARILLA , For Removing Diseases of the liloud, .\Ti\hn)ft'vinnn dbttU^/Mw-' b lies Zml i'i'i'S. r try, i tt'crtr S-nm oi/tttiuite ohl j. its Cftro/uc nti'lcmutilutfoinlOil ofaUU'uU am such its T lS<nl.l hCMl Zu't Minim, Scrofula or-Kiij/'i Evil ,1-rm [Jlvi' J )l-'» M J rll'rr I, i'• •'•>¦ tl ' ini S//;j/ii it rvctitriill. ci urisl •y/nfm an iIujikk ritcutwti ajiI Vormi, us'f\ tliUoftltt lilool; o'sk tlie mroafP'yott. f.'Mel' [llaMluat C^ a^utu. /'».•». l.iit. foA, andethtApurts ChmiirtiMttioift of v.t\Liccr,i of t'le t>'jJ». ¦ I l.lin' jiaMCht't. tupltiorfiltartiox Ihe fare P'ti- ¦•' '/"¦«' 'Uitlch nnil iMc. I'i-S' at' j p ' tttfies ami uVicr <;r- A 'i«Af XiteaU, Ac. £e v/.tifitiuflheiliii. 'it it liiciiin mliflt twnmtrnli'tes. Nt'tirey. antf • t>\ir&j-\ illil <u tt Cle<ir.it'i-r Sjirwj Itb'llicilffK'inus. I MnlUVU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

Attention! Jews and Gentile*; { Israelites,' Ishmaelilip, Ihbrcws and Egyptians, Sons of Aaron and Daughters of •MaHam, receive instruction und be fc/' /c,— Hear and know that MOSES, 1 HE JHW, Has returned from the EAST,, laden with-iho choicest treasures oi ' lhal ancient rvgion, ut> 1 invites yrnir attention to the satno ul the '.cijuine OLD Jew Siorc, the one ih.it has earned the reputation uf»cllinz gnud* (own- than any other (joust: in Erie, uiwl thereby established a crvdii for Juwery that has induced others to oilier under the tame name whereby they hope to reap a profit which justly belom-i) to him. Now Muses wisl-.cs it to he im ' iT^io .il lhat hv is not a Wnndcring Jew, here ihiK year and uuay tho iie.it—n vlaiit lhat «iil sell loone person utcust undXoiiiioiheratdotib'pprice, but lhat fie is a regular dese.i-ndaiu uf Kuithliil Abraham, and Iiu3piielii.il his tent in Krlo'wiih the intention of remaining in it, and intenil.4 to do business us heretofore in suwli a...

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Erie Observer — 27 November 1847

I i> HOXESKifKhRainiiis'lorsuluchoauetlhan 1 ¦* can be had t l=e\vlion\ nt Nov. 6, . No. 3 American Clock. O9fi(i LBSl llio > Jinn ' Clllm ' Laauiraiind «»v»sl/ St. Domingo t'offcr, mllta" aluMnall advance a)>ovc cost. i Nov 13 At No. 3, A ' mpricnn Block. HAVANA. Piiucipe, Spanish arid'Conneaut uignre, . At No 3, American Klnck. SHOT by the ba</ or Hi. and the unicle intciul it dwwy. At No 3. American Block. /»^O Uallnn* Ohio Stone Wur ' o, telling at a O t O small advance above cost Nov 13. At No 3. American Block. ONE ton Codfish, for sale cheap, H At No % Ametican Block. FUOMR , Shorts and Bran, constantly kept on handnl " PEKFEIt'S, !ov I'J, v At No !s»; American Block - OUVE OIL, cat-tor oiljsweel oil, lamp oil, currier's oil and hair oil, lor-ale Nov. 13. ^ }_?i° 3t American Blocks C\ pi O LBS. tut. cavendish, ludiui twi-1 a'idi/ JO German tobacco from G 1-1 io 37 I 3 vis pur Ib. lor sale ; Al No 3 American Block OOOQ LBS. Mnvana, New Orlcms, L...

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