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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

The Toll-sSatc—A Leison for Born. ^ We are all on a jour ley. The World' wrought jwhicfa we ur^ .pissing.i» lin stiihe tespectsj like a Uurupike,: all "along Which, Vice uud Fojly have eree «d loll-gaiesi for ibe uccQinniodatiimbftbuse Win eboose'ito call as they go, and tber i are reryifewtof all the host ottmellers, wlodonot ocjtasittit'- allyjstop a litde at some o them, nrfd cijni seuueutly pay moro or lest toihe toij-gadierers. There is a great variety as'^elfin i he amogot as in the kind of toll exacted at these different stopping pbces. - ' ;;j Pride and Fashion bike hoary tolls of the purse;, many a man has hecome a be<»>riir by.pnytpg at thJr gates, <- for;tbe ordftiary' rates^bt^ charg e are benryi and tbe read that way is none of.the?best :!• PleusWe offers ii very s nobtb, delightful road in ibe outset; she tei ipti'the triiveller with niauy fair promises,1 and< win's =thoirsands, hut she takes withou; mercy; ifrke an arlfiil.ropber she ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

THE POISO»£BS. i AN ANECDOTE OP Tttr. 1?TII CEXTttRT The highly-colored incidents of romance are often surpassed in interest by tbe realities •if Tiff, and we m;j.y search in vain in the novelists' jiiige.1 for such moiisters in human shape as occasionally sinrMip into existence, aivakiug tlie wonder and indignation of so-! C"',V'- A.mujjtt these, the Martliificss Brinviliier stiiinl.- rnnirkalile lor lu-r crunes.- This infimons worn in wns'ihiuirb'ter of the SierCivil Drclixd'Auhrcy, mid W.ip,'iii 1651. married to the Marquis- of Briuvillier, son <i| GiibeliiiT, prt-sitlvut »f tile chamber of ucconnis in"iFranee, \vbo<juid « yearly income, lif twenty tbonsaiid livirs, and to. wiium she Ifrnt/irhf it p'drtinn of two hundred 'tHousand. Tlw, M irtpiis soon afirr hecitmi* ncefjmiiritfd with iiivbimg in-iit of ;i disiingiiishiid famdv, Gediuj dji S.iilite Croix, a captain dfcarnlrr in the, npmeutof.Trassy. ,He wijs, a wellformed iiaiidsorrie man, hut of profligale, h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

¦ 'r:isf^iS^t^ki^f^^ ¦' ¦¦ ¦¦ Qft §Hn4a>v!i^M very irgo^ audienco.ajtVite,n ^vthe]I^f:P^ristreet|chHi«h,atV '"iPfH:1 JrK'.thftirfnhiq! nndJeloqnpnci of JUUrW .pa?*?!* Pjr, j Welch,^^apd partly,.ytndoubt itk, '"W'sefl^ence ti? tto;aiui|>uncemcu»; mad* fr'uMh.fisP^lpjt,^ thefJmflrifpg, that tbe rit« f 0fnn^*riwek^uld^r!s^ronj?e4,;a\tj^> cl^#|M>e»«e.,|T,il!:,\:ti i;.j fc-X.;;_ i The theine of thei Rev.| Doctori^t^ifc f), j >0>YW;fl».d ig9Sri?*S8 jof GtMjjfchcffllii^E Ps$m sf.aninPPfiPla w^hpihristiaoscl^nSa. nnA^m^lftpafhWs .fiMw^W&iftK.--' ^^ffWi'e-hficd^ wdqir;.,ri|d~cJijldreD, of;M»;.-.,Ia^*e^> o,n4ftf,thfl ^0jrj^^ —C. S. Morton^-wbo, Jtohgh aicolotad ,">«... Wfl?il'^K^rJh^;e|timpbie: chttttpai ,.tbflS%«er«-Mh/%«S •M»stfb:a^t.inseft^jrt j. ,nWil«P?fiWfci^i|iWeljirfnfl6i-|jey^^^ .CT^fl'aJop^ m cikissted cqinnlaiiJJBB^,; ,^'Ift.a-»sP.P,"r"i»8ii«;9?j ^mrftcJ^Medtbyjall- ila*^ J'teW??^ S^Wl^^H'N J#sWu*««i»aH'r !W.P^WN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

- Lieut- Col. Beltea. This gallant and distinguished son of Baltimore has been in every engagement of our army (except Contreras,) from the capture of; Vera Cruz and its dependencies, when be was appointed Governor of tbe Castle of San Juan de Ulloa, to the hoisting of our " stars and stripes" and the establishment of our authority in the city of Mexico, where he baa lately been made Lieut. Governor under Major General Quitman. It must have been gratifying to Geo. Scott to find himself surrounded in this campaign by several of bis old officers who distinguished themselves in 1814, but we doubt whether any circumstances has afforded him more gratification than the fact, that Worth and Belton, both of them active and favorite members of bis military family at that time, should again share his toils and glories in tbe wonderful exhibition he has planned and carried out with, so much credit to himself and bis country, ~ Since tbe Army left Vera Cruz, we believe Lieut. Col., Belt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

; Ey The Publisher of the " People's Advocate" would remind those indebted to him for Subscription, Advertising and Job-work, for the year ending 15th of June last, that it is not his intention to keep an unsettled account, oil the book over one year. AH acc'ts due him up to the above date, will be settled, aued, collected or lost IMMEDIA TELY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

Chaawbers' Miscellany. We have received tbe first volume (three numbers) of tbe above work from Messrs. Gould, Kendall <fc. Lincoln, 59 Washington street,.Boston. To us, and we doubt not to many of our readers, tbe name of Chambers is a sufficient guarantee of the character of the work. The Miscellany is precisely such a work as will entertain every one, of whatever position in life, or frame of mind, who looks into its pages ; and if we mistake not, when it and the low price for which it may be obtained beconfes better known, it will have a very general circulation. - The Miscellany is published in numbers, at 25 cts. each, three numbers forming a volume, and. each number a complete work in itself—illustrated with engravings. It is not made up from miscellaneous matter previously published and read in this country, but entirely new to the great mass of American readers. A remittance of 25 cts. to tbe Publishers will procure a specimen No.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

General Scott- A correspondent of tbe Baltimore Sun says, that one of tbe aids of Gen. Scott, who had to join him at tbe palace, and was detained two hours by an engagement between our troops and the citizens firing from the windows and housetops, a( last penetrated to Gen. Scott's room, where he found tbe war-worn veteran quite.at ease, writing despatches, while the enemy's bails were- flying about'him in every direction; he not heeding them a bit more than Charles XII did when placed in a similar predicament. The skill, bravery, and indomitable courage of that; greatest living Captain have not been half enough acknowledged by his countrymen ; and ancient and modern history may well be challenged to show greater feats of arms, or greater and sterner devotion to duty and country than are exhibited by Gen. Scott. Promotion*.—It is said that the government is determined that no promotions shall take place in the army now in Mexico, or no appointment to fill a vacancy, unless m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

.-_...-.,-.-.,t--„—...,.,„,, ..,^.,n^vsswassBssBBBBBS- '*"¦"-". !r~"-:' ''^^W^i$^- 1W*SH!NGTON, Oct.27,1847. No news from the South, and aearcelr any expected. We hartrun loog« «„ Mexican government to contend agaiaat, «nd no more- campaign to fight throoghi-I We have only to consolidate what we have acquired, and to make our potaeseions com. plete. To this object will all the efforts of «>• administration be now directed. Tho President Will, in bia next message to Congress, recommend tbe must vigorous prosecution of the war, and tbe utmost severity against the guerrillas. But I doubt much whether, as 1 hare before stated, he will venture on fixing a limit beyond Which oor con. quests and subjugation mustinot extend.— This will probably be llefk to circumstances and t«> ewnte as vthey may occur. There are now frequent cabinet meetings, in which the paragraphs of the message are made subjects of discussion, and the message will, no doubt, principally dwell upon'th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

T ¦ ' j Pennsylvania Leglalatnre. . The State Senate. The Senate is composed: of 33 members, 11 elected each ye,ur—this year 12, one to fill a vacancy,' Of those, holding over from Inst year-9 are Democrats; and 12 Whigs. The new Senators elected are below : I. Philadelphia City—Benj. Matthias, Whig. j - II. Philadelphia county-f-TlioraasS.Forsytbe, Democrat—gain. '; X. Susquehanna, Wayne nnd Wyoming —Fnrris B. Streeter, Demi ' XIII. -Luzerne and Columbia—Valentine Best, J)em. XV. Union, Mifflin add Juniata—Ner Middleswarth, Whig. i XVI. Cumberland and! Perry—Robert C. Sterrett, Dem. \ XVIII. Adams and Franklin—Wm. R. Saddler, Whit' . | XIX. Bedford, Blair and Huntingdon—Alexander Ring, Whig, j - XX. Armstrong, Cambria, Clearfield and Indiana—Wm. F. Johnson, Whig. XXIV. Allegheny and j Butler—George Darsie, Whig; "" i ¦ j XXV. Mercer and Beaver— David San key, Whig. XXVI. Crawford and Venango—Jamas Porter BraWley, Dem. ; The following ia a corrected list which we think call ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

BOM PE AflMY! °'r' •"' . From the Ledgi r, 1st inst. LATE A*D IMPORTAlfT FROM MEXICO. Attack of Santa Anna on the American \ Garrison at Puebla—Bombitrdment of \ .the,town by CoL Childe—Santa Anna ¦adopting Gtn. Jackson's plan, andforti-• Jying himself \ behind cotton bales—Re-&tlt of Santa] Anna's troops—His sud-, den departure for Oaxaca—~The Texan -1 Mangers reported cut off by (i uerrillas—,, Difficulty in th\e Massachusettt Regiment . —Gen. Lane at Perote—An expedition iOgainsta new State by Gen. Patterson—» Mtziean Congress, d/e. Spe. Petersbcrg, Oct. 31,1847. ! The back mails from the souih have all been.received this morning. -.¦Tbe steamer James h' . Day. arrived at New Orleans on the 23d, from Vera Cruz, bringing dates to the 17th. The re boa been no later arrival direct from tbe Capital , Santa Anna wjas at Puebla oi the 25th of September, and bad addressed Col. Childs stating that he bad taken possession of tbe city with 8000 men, and request; ng his imme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

A Letter froesi Mexico. . A friend who participated iir the late gallant exploits in Mexico, writes in a letter of the latest date :¦—"You have no doubt received full accounts cjf the battle which preceeded tbe capture of the capital. The doting scenes have been truly of a i tirring, and sometimes of a thrilling and awf il character. Our troops are. covered with gloiy, but while exulting at the victory, we! (recalled to mouro in tears of anguish for the gallant dead. Events toon indicated; th s final battle for the city. At dawn on. tbe 12th, our positions having been; indicated, tlie batteries, three io number, opened on Ch ipultepec^—(manned mostly by the IttDivi rion, 2d and 3d Artillery,) and battered the p lace all day. In the night before, part of the 2d Division [Twiggs'] were thrown on the Piedad and San Antonio,;and tbe storming patties and supporting columns began to n ove at daylight At 9 A. -M., the assault i lommenced, and in an hour, perhaps more, >ur flag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

najer Twisrsns—Deata of Father and Sen. Only two weeks have gone by, since we were called upon to announce (he lamented death of George Decatur Twiggs, a young man of.rare worth and intelligence, and the only and beloved son of Major Twiggs, of the United States Marine Corps. And now, the painful duty devolves upon us of recording the death of the father, Major Twiggs himself, who fell while discharging bis duty as an officer "of the army, and tattling iii the cause of the nation.' Thus father nnd son have both fallen on tbe battle-fields of Mexico—tho death of one followed by that of the other within a few days. Tbe Major, his son, and the other branches of the highly respected family, came tothit city to reside about four years ago. The mother and daughters are still here at our Navy Yard. The Major arid Lieutenant left Philadelphia in June last for Vera Cruz, with the armies under Colonel Watson's command, to join General Scott's army in Mexico. The Major marched from Ver...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

Santa Anna.—The late news from Mexico in another column, gives the last exploit (probably the last he will make) of this unfortunate General. His attack on the garrison at Puebla, under Col. Childs, like all the ^ rest of his achievements, proved a failure ; even cotton bales, which saved Gen. Jackson, could not give him a victory.— Then altering his plans, he sallied out to attack Gen. Lane, at Perote, but before he reached that place his troops revolted, and left him with only 130 followers, with which he was making bis way, at the last accounts, to Oaxaca, probably designing to reach the Pacific coast, less carefully guarded, and make his escape from the country. This great leader has fallen as low as a leader can fall; defeated, by his enemies nnd deserted by his friends, there is nothing left him but n bad name, and a worse fame. . Id^ Our readers out of town will see by our advertising columns who- huve filled their Stores with New Goods for the Fall Trade. \3P An error ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

gijc fltoplt'g 2Upotattt JOB. BOYD, PUBLISHES. I -- ' '. • "Hereshall tbe Press, the People'srishta""i*", Unawed by influence, and nnbribed By gain." AONTBOSE. HOT. «, 184T. E. W. CARR, Sun Building, N. E. corner of Third and Dock Streets, PhiTa. is authorized to act as Agent for the " People's Advocate," and recevbe and receipt any monies due the same for advertising, Sec.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

y-T^|ffiSv^8EM%li^' r'l a Tliilffedilll faiiIi * pmi1 mtiw, wi 18*H' ' WEfJT SIDE Oi PUBLIC AVENUE. ! fVluE subscribers would respectfully csjll * [the attention) of their friends 'and the ptibfic generally^ to their elegant and fashionable a^sortimeitt of I lMA^i8liOAft»1fflllJI»fLtt, - : BOAS, dec, #c f * '* , MERRILL de ROOT. Rfontrdse, Oct 1847. ; i .. ,_ 9 k%g% Fine Nutria, French, Moleskin, 1P1F Silk & Brush Hats, selling cheaper t|an ever «*. { l&«sv-R* s.| -^l-Wkjnriilen's & Boya Cloth, Silk ^| VWV ye| Tetj Velveteen, Silk VejU vet.iSilt, Glaj ed, Plush, Cot Glazed, worsted.fisilet dti Children's Caps, just going at j I j M. dcR's.) A! SMA LL1 lot of Gents. Silk Caps—very ' nice at • M. tfc R's. < • ' : " - _i-l OA DOZ. French Mohair CAPS, of "^w different patterns and various colors that will be sold cheaper than the cheapest, ; ¦ ! ; j - ¦, '; M. oV R. 0l0&gb mniis, Kgh DOZ. Col'd and Nat Lynx, Chin-*•" chtjla.jCoori, Genett, Cone...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

rose. . ^ssssss TOW TOBK MARKETS. CUKRKCTED WtEKLl rOR THF. PEOTLE S ADVOCATE. Wheat nonrT per barrel $6,25 <& 6,75 Oorn meal do 2,50 <B> — Wheat, T>er bushel 1,25 ® 1-50 Hvc, do ,80 ® 0,90 Corn do ' ,08 <a> ,75 narlev. do «.00 ® 0,55 aau.'"1 do 0,45 ® 0,50 Butter per lb. Orange co. 0,20 <3> 0.22 do western dairy, 0,12 >S> 0,14 Cheese, per lb. > 0,06- <g> 0,08 Beef, per barrelj mess, 11,00 ©11,75 do prime, 8,50^ 9,25 Pork, per hirrell mess, 14,75 •g> ,— dn prime, 12,50 fel3.00 Ijird, per lb. • 0,10i* 0.11 Vlams per lb. sranked 0,07 <g> 0.09 Amerioui wool, iper lb. sax6n 0,35 <gi 0.37 j do ; fall Wood Merino, 0,34 @ 0,38 dn 4 & % Merino - ': 0,29 ® 0,34 do listive * I Merino 0,26 @ 0,29

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

. Carriages. lnEosh, OcL;24, by the H?v. H. H. Gray, Mr. Josuh Hortos, of Rome, Bradford co., to Miss Mabt Lckg, of fhe former place.

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