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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1852

GENERAL PIERCE ANDTHE SLAVERY j QUESTION IMPORTANT CORRESPON- DENCE. fFrom the Washington Republic Aug. 14.1 The accompanying correspondence will com- mend itself to public attention. It embraces a letter from Gen. Pierce exculpating himself from the charges founded upon the published reports of his New Boston speech and giving his own version of his position before the coun- try on the slavery question. To the Editor of the Rqmblia Dear Sir On the appearance in your paper of a charge intended if not calculated serious- ly to impair and perchance to destroy the confi- dence of General Piercc'.s southern supporters in his soundness on the slavery question I ad- dressed him a letter which together with his reply I now ask you as an act of justice to publish. I make this request presuming your object like mine to have been the discovery of the truth. Very respectfully EDWIN DE LEON. "Washington August 13 1852. "Washington July 17 1852. Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find an article in whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1852

7 S. & A. Rhine. HAVE just received and in Store the follow- ing articles which they offer at the lowett market prices tor ca&h; viz: Bagging Rope Twiuc 30 boxes Tobacco Indigo and Madder Spico and Ginger Spades and Shovels Collins' & Truitt's axes Log chains & trace chains Sugar and Coffee Nails and castings Sbtr candles Powder Shut Lead Painted tubs & buckets Oak jails and tubs Fine Cedar Ware stone ware Also a large assortment of Grass Cotton Hemp rope. September 11th 1S52. and JOSEPH C. HART: No. 2019 vs. Citation. GEORGE W. HART. THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff of Red Riveu Cou.vtv Greeting. hereas Joseph C. Hart has tiled his Petition YV by his Attorneys Mills & Moore in the off- ice of the Clerk of tlic District Court of Red Riv- cr County against Geo. W. Hart and the said JnsPi.li O. Hart bavins made affidavit that the said Gcorce AY. Hart is a non resident of the State of Texas these are therefore to command you that vou cite the said George W. Har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 September 1852

'"NOTES'OF'TRAYEtflX'TiTE OLD WORLD J Written for the Xational Intclligcnctr hy a Citizen of Washington. THAm . Komf May 3 18.V2. tn tlir npn. w. who were attracted bv the ceremonies of. The Sctttnuvic Sunto. It was as little like Italian city then in all the public thorough- fires as Paris or London. The Cor-o was thronged from the Piazza del Popolo to the Capitolinc hill with carrhges full of gay p ir- ticsFand lined on Inth sides with an cudlos strcafaf American Kngli-h and French tourist--. The public cafe especially the Novo the Aazziuc. ami the old cafe Urcc were filled to suffocation evcrv evciiin;:; and nearly ill the hiiguages under the sun were -poken together; lluvi ms talking down eich other; English and Americans rcsidins the piper- and Germm-e.v plotting now and then from clouds of smoke with hearty laughter and loud joke that quite put dow n all other noises lint they are near ly all gone now except the artist and olhecrs and other unlucky wights who are obliged to st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 September 1852

ORT 1 U Jj CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE TH5 STANDARD OF THE TREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL.9 CLAlt KSVILLE RKD RIVER COUNTY. T E X A S S A T U R D A Y S E P TEMBER 1 S . 1S52 NO. 4 7. I il iM il A ii LI && aai ijgfa a&g J Ail Jill J CALIFORNIA TO-DAY & TO-MORROW. Althoughou the arrival of each steamer from the land of gold we deem it the first duty as every body else dose-to inquire how much of the precious metal she brings we must confess that this important point settled wc feel quite as much interest in looking over the news see- ing what the people are doing there watching the working of matters conimercialpolitiealand moral and in particular ciidcavoriiir from the - o .i . - -.. i aspect ot events as in a horsccops to read the j will certainly be till November. e all reco! IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. Wchsfrr Jianucr Cn furled in North Carolina. t The Commercial a strong whig paper publish- ed at Wilmington North Carolina conies to us with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 September 1852

J J.r.MUKL 1. KVAXts g::o. yv. s.mvt:i. STATK HOUSE. 'This odifko is to be of the Jauic order oft architecture two stories above the ground oiicj liuutlreil ami forty feet long and ninety feet wide; the whole surmounted with a spacious dome. The following is a rough l:c(i-It of the llan of the interior of the building: The lirst story will be fourteen from flour to ceiling. If will contain twelve rooms for offices of Depart-J incuts Committees fo-. with passives twenty j fe:-t wide running at right angles thiongh' the entire breadth of "the building. The J second floor which will be connected with ; the first by means of a goomitrical stairway running tip from the lower passage will con tain the two legislative Halls; separated by a lussage in the centre. These Halls will be thirty-four feet from floor to ceiling with gal leries on tin; right and left supported by beau- tiful Ionic cdumns- The lobbies will be under the galleries. In this story thore will be two .vc.s ot wmdow-' so m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 September 1852

& S. & A. llliinc. II AVE just received and in Store the follow- jLJLing articles which they offer at the lowest market prices for cash; viz: Sugar and ColTee Nails and castings Star candles Powder Shot Lead Tainted tubs it buckets Oak pails and tubs Fine Cedar Ware ' atone ware Also a large assortment of (Irass Cotton Hemp rope. September 11th ISoi IJ.tSsinjr Hope Twine 30 boxes Tobacco Indigo and Madder Spice and Ginger Spades and Shovel Collin' & TriiittV axes Log chains & trace chains and OAKLAND ACADEMY Lamar Uouxtv Texas. rrUIE'fall Session of this Institution will open I on the fourth Monday in October. Young gen tlomen from a distance are requested to make ap- plication for entrance as early as convenient. The accommodations of the school are such as to afford the best of facilities for acquiring a thor- ough education. The location is one of the mo.-t eligible in the whole South. Whether it regards the retired beauty of the immediate site salubrity of the at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 September 1852

-!? .....t ..ttf!zxrttrp--?- iNuiKS OF TRAVEL IN THE OLD WOULD. 'Written for the -National Intelligencer 6y n Citizen of Washington. RAMBLES AISOCT CONSTANTINOPLE. There has been such a halo of romance throTm around the vrhole Eat by a certain elms of writers who sec every thing through the gpcstaclcd of genius (sometimes very large spectacles that magnify to u wonderful extent; Bomstinics common quizzing glasses high color- ed often very crookctl glassed with bubbles in the centre) that the hare idea of a Ifarcm is enough to set one off in ecstacies. Who is there witht spark of enthusiasm that em approach Constantinople for the first time without a pal- uitatinff heart and a thrillins anticipation of something extraordinary something to lift up the soul above this earth to a realm of honris; not that'hc can recall any particular passage in an thing he has read to conjure up such vis- ions but the essence of the whole bubbling up through the memory gives a tone to one's aspi-ratio-r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 October 1852

. E NORTHERN ST AN DA V 7 r- CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL QUE BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE TREE r EDITOR. & PROPRIETOR. VOL. 9 CLAIIKSVXLLE RED lilVEll COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY OCTO.BEl 1852. NO. 4 8. VZ TH fa R813S RD n 9 JK s rem Me Louisville Journal.' IS DREAMS METHOUGIIT I SAW THEE. In dreams jncthouglit I saw thee nud 1 thought thou still Matt fair With the hlue liclit of thv starry eyes thy wealth cf ilaxeu Lair; The same sweet smile of tenderness up thy fore head slept ; As when -we shared each other's joys cach other's sorrows wept. t Oh! thou wast young and beautiful and tears un- hidden start As u'.cm'ry lights thy glowing page deep-graven on my heat; Oh Cvd! my spirit's depths are stirred I trcmb'e III tv UUUl And t-huudcringty I turn to thee and ask thtt J r Iht J'est. ' l .Oh thou wast young raid beautiful ami gentle at ' a Urcaiu vrf mi"! to iav stunt then a morning's "oldca beam; "'Tcr light Mid love and purity around thy life wci ' cast. And truthfulne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 October 1852

?l - A tors; we are reaping the magnificent liarycst ofiding vessels' in tho Eastern seas and to have rC- tncir great heroism; and wc may sec once more m luuir uiiwry anu in wim tias arisen out oi n that on these deep moral foundations and on tmnc other.? enduring prosperities of what kind soever politic or religious material or spiritual are alone iu this divinely governed world per mittee! to base tnemselvcs" anl grow Wherev er we find them the;- are still he same. In the rourts of Jap m or .of China fighting Spmiards in the Pacific or prisauersamoiigthe Algorincs founding colonic which by and by were to grp w into enormous trans itlantie republic or explor- ing in crazy pinn ices the fierce latitudes of the Polar seas they are the sann indomitable GjJ- f Airing m mi whose life was one groat liturgy. "The ioe was strong but God was stronger" says one of Fobishor's men after grindin" a night ami a day anion;; the "ceborfl-s. nit walting for GoJ to come down and split them but toil ...

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

' fr i - -pi?ir-Anva MJP IN CONGRESS. Tho New York papers furnish a much more ex tended report ot the ttare-up in uongress than that which wo copied from the Baltimore Patriot. Wc rivo it below: Tho House went into Committee of the "Whole on the bill lnakinjr appropriations for the support of .Light-houses tne general ueuuie naving uccn.prc- viouslv limited to one Hour. Mr." Polk said it was not his purpose to discuss tho bill before them.but to show among other tilings tti'ni the wins liartv have j-eno into liquidation and r cannot pay 10 cents on the dollar. Ho was at Bal timore when the wnigs nomuiaica uen. ocort ana it was understood for three or four days that men from Kentuckv. Tennessee and Virginia had a- greed to como "to Seward and the fact that Scott was nomiuaieu miuhl-u iuu iM.rg.-uu iinu ucen made. Mr. Cullom I can't hear my colleague. These gentlemen occupied teats on opposite sides of tho Hall. Members generally began to manifest additional interest in the proceeding...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 October 1852

' "B - ' "V3S s--f wr-r "THK UILLSIKmO' BATtBECUE. Gi2vXDJk.YT.Lv AT"TUEJ)IRTir PLACE OF o ? n " ens. pierce- . The Auniterahyif ..GmTtfriu icell Jlemcnx- S0OW) DEMOCRATS TXr COUNCIL. The celebration at Hillsborough N. Hv on Thursday last was an occasion long to be re- jneniborcd in the annnls of the party. 2Jcvcr before .in Eew England was there such a con- vocation never before was there so much heartfelt enthusiasm manifested among the peo- ple. To a person not on the spot flic plain rigid truth Hie bare details without rbctorieal ornament would seem the wildest romance. iAVc append a -ketch of the interesting pro- .eeedings from the Boston Times: "" nBLMKTCUB-FItOM COXCOUD HILLSBOKO.' The morning was a most beautiful one not :i cloud was to lie seen the very slight breeze was from the southwest and every thing gave promise of a mo-t delightful day. The first train of thirty cars left Concord at C o'clock by-tlic Concord and Clarcmont railway. The road winds through the valley of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 October 1852

W& s?-ri "- "' $- V s ' CHARLES DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THEBREEZE THE STANDARD Or THE THEE mr EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR: VOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE RED It I V E It COUNTY T E X A S S A T U It D A V O C T OBHil 3 1832. NO. 'I 0. H E N fl 1 T H V ft ft P I HI U H 7 JLJL Jyi JL f ii;i X XX J Xt li kx-- X Jot JLs AJ Jl. J S JlJ .4 j: 4 .'f g rffe .JT P MY PLAYMATES 1 once had a sister 0 fair 'mid the fair With a face tliat looked nut from itssoft golden hir like a lilj some tall stalely angel may hold Half revealedhalf concealed ir. a mist ofpure gold 1 t ncc had a brother more dear than the day With a temper as sweet as the Hossoms in May; IVith dark hair like a clond and a fucc like a rose. The red child of the -wild! when the summer wind blows. Ve lied in a cottage thit stood in a dell; Were we bom there or brought there 1 never could tell. Were wc nursed by the angels or clothed by the fays. .Or 'who led when we fied down the deep sylvan way ' 'MiJ treasures cf gold and of s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 October 1852

" .? b -s 3 4 4 V i eiV a KXKOLTION OF NATHAN - "Jri.. . ...... .:. .f nlr.i'r.. .t. CRIST AT .j."i vAytuujH wi .4isi aur ill luurder of ThctxloreNyetook plSavttt half.pasl 3 o'clock "- T.-.SI. onlFriJav" last in thclail-yard of Mobile. ; Miio tusaud or jfllcjsri hundred persons Ccomppscdof mcii womciif'.ind even children were assembled ou the outside of tltc jail with .ttshopo of bciug admitted to witness this closing scene of she life of a great criminal. All the houses within tha vicinity wore crowd- ed 111 all their paits looking towards the jail. The following is the criminal's confession ' aB -published i.i the "Mobile papers: r -Having no longer any holie of escaping tlic . jnst-scntcucp of the Law and tiusting through v God's mercy to secure the salvation of my soul during the short time I have yet to live I -hereby make u full confession of my guilt in the awful murder of Theodore Nye. -v-T"ie idea of committing the murder first en- tered niy lainil on tlic morning of the d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 October 1852

. 4 i -T jA '-l J trj-?p7!3E: ison7 Hamilton and. the sacred band of their associates endowed as they 'were with extra ordinary powers 01 discernment prudence and courage another illustration of the glorious truth '1HAT THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE JS THE voice op God. If we leave the inf.int republic in charge of the patriot who fought its battles and achieved ita Independence and turn to behold the mighty nation that it has become by the unconquerable spirit and wide administration of democracyjand ttTcontcuipl.itc the hope in humanity which it has inspired we arc again led to acknowledge and to admire the beauty and exalted force of the sacred maxim I hat the voice or TEOrEE IS THE VOICE OF GOD. The triumphs of Peniocraiy constitute the way-iuorks of the world. Tlwy demand no ex- .traneous clement of endurance for permanency no fictitious splendor for embellishment no bor- rowed greatness for glory. Originating iu the inexhaustible sources of power moved by the spirit oi iovc anu nocr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 October 1852

i?fft&? ? ..t - ?." ABD-'ELiKADER IHJJANJLL THE ARABS AT AalBOISE. da the right bank of the Loire- close to one of the Btations of the railroad from Orleans to Nantes which transport the traveller in a few hours from the centre oft idyllized" France to the heart of Brittany and all its wild traditions and drnidical mysteries stands an ancient and time- honored town important in the history both of France and England during a scries ot centu- ries a town beloved of Anno of Brittany and of Mary Stuart the scene of stirring and ro- mantic adventures without number all of which have paled Iwfore the interest it has excited of late years of the place ot captivity ot a great chief and witum a few weeks as lorming a rich part of that spoil which the immense pos- sessions of the house of Orleans is likely to fur uish to the present ruler of the French nation. Tourists of the Loire know the charming town of Auiboie very well; and none ever missed in days of yore vi.iting its fine castle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 October 1852

Y NOlTHERif Sf AN DARE' i CHARLES DE MORSE LON5 SHALL OUR BANNER BE ATE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF Tin: rREE EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. VOL. 9 CLARKSVILLE II E D RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY 0CT0BER1C1852. NO.5'0; ITI TT TP 1 JIJj T . h - i? A ? Prow iie Galieston Journal. THE CENSUS. Wc have received the report of Mr.Kcn- nedy (the Superintendent of the seventh census) from which we make the following abstract: In the performance of the "work there were engaged 45 marshals and 3 251 assistants. "The seventh enumeration of the inhabitants of the United States" says Mr. Kennedy "exhibits results which every citiien of the coutry may contemplate with gratification and pridc." Since the census of 1S40 there have teen added to the territory of the republic bv- annexation conquest and purchase bodyU square miles; and our title to a region covering )414tid square miles which before properly belonged to us but was claimed and partially occupied by a foreign power ha been establish- cd ty "neg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 October 1852

r . "TC- ? J V y s y NlV if. "g-'-:- K w rrj; -4 i V t jfcfcfiaaitf JI c K.I y X E Y 0 0 JUT E N T 1 0 NT? i a vuiiii'miuu m I'eirjr.uci leprcseunngine cit?70-is of Peters' Cotenv Jiqld in Uio town of McKinhcj . Collin cGunty JTexaeon Thursday the I'Jth Jay of July 3852 in pursuance of prc- cccibg3 prcticusly had mine sctcral counties - ofltlie said colour the follovrin nroeeedinn-s vrcrc bad: On motion Col. 31. T. Johnson of-Tarrant eouniy was appointed President jirotcm. and J. AA". Jetliner of Dalliu Secretary pro tern. of the convention. .-On motion of Col. Stone of Dallas the delc- gates present tfere requested to come forward and hat c t heir names enrolled jvrliiciYtvas done as fol- lows tg wit: Collin County Pleasant Wilson J. II. t Wilcox George H. Pigues Sam'l Bogart.Jacob liaceus and J. AV. Thoekuiorton. Cooku County- Akron Hill Daniel 3Ion--taguc llabert E. Shannon Win. Middle ton 11. 1). Turner Win. 0. Twitty. .Dallas County J. 31. Crockett J. W. Smith T. C. Hawpc AYm. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 October 1852

I .. - ?ayy!Wn1. s V L . I h - - n r- i Attornejj-jGeftil.jyicA ia alettctwto Uic .Austin State Gazette gives as Lis opinioa.in an. swer to tho question "wAcMo-Mr iton-patsage of -our apportionment laic at the last session tonslituts of itsdJj. aneccstiiy for an extra session of the'degl isiaiuiv uuii- iuu- enisling -necessity ior an uuoi- xnent of the senators constitutes of itself a necess ? v i ' T ity for convening the legislature" and that "an allotment of'ineSenaipn prior to the election -in 1853 is ausoltrfelyindispesablc." E Yearoindcbtc'd to our friend Mr. S. Rhine for late New Orleans papers. m I John If. Marling editor of the Nashville Union is recoveringfromtho dangerous woundrcccivcd in an encounter with Mr. Zollicoffer editor of the Banner. ' Toe River and Harbor Bill. The total appropriation bj the above bill is about a mil- lion and a'half. Of this the" Nort'a gets about lOUAiuu or one nan. xtiaSoutli about o0000 or one-fourth and the residue is divided be tween the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 October 1852

3? RVH i? " fivm the Louisville Timcs.. A TRAGEDY. Attempt to Kill and Suicide The End OF A MISERABLE EXISTENCE. It Will be remem- bcred.that some several years ago. a cripple cau- gd himself to be driven in a back to the door fit a small tenement near the corner of Market and Second streets and after calling the inmate "Win. Baker to the tide of the back ebot him producing instant death. lie was arraigned and bad liL trial when the following circumstances were elicited. The name of the cripple was James Peters. He bad been acquainted with Baker at the South and perhaps they bad been inmates of the same house a woman name Pa- mela Newcomb residing with them probably as BakerV wife as she was living with him here as lii$wife when Peters killed him. The story of Peters was that Baker decoyed him out we bc- luncupon tlie Mtehez limit and there stripped him of his money and boat and cut him in the most inhuman manner leaving him for dead. Peters was taken to the hospital and remained fo...

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