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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE MOflTUOSE ^VM. VI%%Ri» . . . Ii Next door to the brick comer budding, ¦ ¦*-, TS OVERFLOWING with the «^» -"*-' largest, cheapest, and best as-Jre^sortment of DRUGS d> MED-^¦ j J| IOJNEB ever brought into Sus-BHyfl quehanna County. To all in want PJS§*aBof any article in our line, we taaaaf 1 would, say call and examine our J^H M goods and prices, and you will be ^BJP^ satisfied that you «an do full as wel( as atany other establishment this side of New-Yor£ ! N. MITCHELL &. CO. Montrose, November, 1847. [ GROCERIES, Fruits, and Spicesiof all « "'kinds selling almost for cost, by t •>itt.'>: t I' . N. M. dD-Co. 1 H ^ARDWIaRE, Nails, Cudery, JGlass, Stone fc Wooden' Ware, by • »«'• -¦¦ ~ N. M. ct-'Co. ' • .¦m ¦- I ¦'¦ ~- • : , Pa;nfa V White and Red Lead, Mv, »IXIl^l."""iJiti,Brffei Lamp-Blsck, Yellow Ochre, Veuitian Red, Spanish 1 Bsoshi , iphrdme YeHbw^ Rose Pink, Impei , ruJ.Cbrome, Paris dp Yerdegris Greens, ©• -i aU-other ki...

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

^ag 'g-fri'—::.;? ~ i n—'i :i [\ ^ ^fWlfappw THE'tttbscriber otfers-the best assort . men^- of jB(J)©JB)S thitfall to his customers that be has ever brought into this village, consisting: as. Ufual of almost every thing that is called for. 'In addition, he has added a good assortment of Carpenters* & Joiners' Tools, all of which will be told very cheap for ready.pay. Oct. 26,1847. BENJ. SATRE.

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 4 November 1847

SAVE YOUR ASHES. sjfa, A -g * WILL be paid in Goods for ^"•-al^fc good'house ashes, if bro't soon by B. Sayre. Oct. 26, '47. LEATHER—a good assortment kept constantly on hand by B. Sayre. Hoots if* Shoes, A SPENDID assortment for men women and children, of all sizes and descriptions, By B, Sayre. STOVES. A CRE AT variety of Cook ;Stoves, also for parlor, shop and school-houses,'&c, both for burning wood and coal. Persons wishing to purchase will do well to call and see his assortment before purchasing elswhere. B. Sayre. MILL and Cross-cut SAWS, by B. Sayre. PAINTS and Oil—Lamp and Sweet Oil by , B. Sayre. BUFFALO Robes and Muffs, dtc, by' B. Sayre. CASH paid for beef hides, sheep pelts, ~ veal skins, &c B. Sayre. WANTED—Wheat, Oats & Flax-seed for which part cash will be paid if brought soon, by B. Sayre. PLOW castings'of alt descriptions—also, sleigh shoes, wagon boxes, fire dogs, large kettles, dec, by B. Sayre. Cash for Pelts. 1 BC AAA PELTS wante...

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

^mrj^mm^' ^ cfotstd^btftUiscrimpisvdwithai ^t^^^ ,r ' adapted to the wants of tho ^foWT^T1* ¦"«»¦ - .fvaw'tse FraaHesU .Eibieo<w.1aasiiii,: a •; 5: ¦ ¦ From the pan of this work, «^ »K^t*»i from th* first number, we are/adtobeCevait w K?s a very varaabte pubfieatioh. It wiiffont^| ^ estugmamoinand historical sketches, which wjg - be useful, iastroctive, and entertainiittj; rtwifltB^I the inauence of chaste literature over tbe <evnisat and the hearts of iureadesa , and be a bujbly vsiuable addition to public and private libraries. , Prom ihe tt.Y. Recorder. I'% The character ofthe content*, and the reputation of iu editor, will give it a wide circUlstion. It* designs is, "in short, to furnish an unobtrdtive friend and guide, a lively fireside companion, akfar at that object can be attained through the instrumentality rfbooks." 1 1 From the Ckronotjfc, Boston. This i* deservedly a great lavoriteiwilh the reading public, suiting the taste of all classes and ins tractive...

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

, \, ^^;:^E*|Tm|i^ -. NE#:Gocf^f ;; THE subscribers are bow leosfrissj tryl the N. T. f AEria Bad Road alargaailitkia totheiratoek of GOODS. We tender «r«Tatefid*»4nowWg menuno those who liave heretofore favored as, ao4 .oordially nviteall who aieinwantoffoes ' QOQD&, •*¦••» *»icts to give us S call. : , : Vi, ' F.B.CHANpL«BaiC0. *mw, U47. , ' i o,,^ DRY GOODS, j Hd^kfS^&*^^PlMC^,Priats, Delains,»hawU, Bibhw'felW 8JUt. Blanket*. Bonnets, SsSaS^aSraflac eTeryum,« *T«i*aa 10 per centAo be hid at ' '::U1'' - • - i .;.,:, Obandlir AiCo's.. T a Gf^ClERIES. ! o-T"i vSS^, te^r^». «^tosaat> .pice. Ginger, JVotmegs, Clove*; feiBVa^aW/powder & ¦ hot, ate. "¦. i " 1 Tin and Stove* oil ^^5J»aT^,Wve waie and Tm wars made to order orwj^, Lti£L hodce. l ' .-. '- ¦ .'"•.." f ] Books it. Stationery; j School Books of almost every kind, Urge^aild small Bibles, Fancy Books, Toy Book* and school Tickets, Blank Books, Ink stand*. Ink, Writing j^ Wrapping Paper, Wafers ...

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

'.. il-i-^^^.U.-..-"'-^--^'--^-:... l-.'-l-"¦"!.-'.¦}- '-.u'k1--^%%Wl.%\ ' "'v:w>i^^^i^»bi«v'^ - FASUONBI.C TA|liOB«, B AVB-ioai' reesiT^jthtfK^^ detpn*s>Iepc«i»ofFaah^[»» lt^4jeBd are thereby pwared to .do woifcMf*»a«s> «;.««; at' the fancy of the P*«Vv» nuiy dieUfle-1 -V . {':.'.. • • j -'--CtrriNGdooadn thortnoo^t aad »*r»sW«itr topve'iM«^«¥i»s>s'tfpBttqfBfllrt f' tarrSbop^oppositBMackl IfcgW ,Wsfs» sasfv onedoOT west of the £*»*> , Tunnhest.' Mpntnwe, Sept 1847.'.." -vl ,T,, > ., , .",'.1." ST ATBBOOKOF PENNSYlivANU, iiiajtatl . j ing aa aoxmntuf tbe Oeografliy, Hi*t«rf, <»ot-: emment, llesource*. anduotod ciBien* of the itess,;.; with a map of tha State and each Couaty->4gc dst. a*eof8ehooUaLidumiiU*^--JuM|>ublsB*cl ..-,,¦•:' For sale by tha dosen or singlefby j ,. iuiy..is,.fivt;.:.d,. ¦ - j j.jJ.-.iarojyi^ ,; ,. In Sullivan (Jounty. i rPHE County of »ullivau having heen lataVysafaaT V from the County of Lycdmi...

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

ajtjsslt jgsgsjjis^ «aatCTSt> wts^ruthTirs ntortt', AgyggTS , PBmsv*yAM»ii44aeV' <dc d»-- * ¦» d» Pbikdc^biaKankf "par ' NEW HAMPSHIRE. Man £ Mec l^aapal1 AJliolvenjfbUks I dis Moyameuajag Jkaak,^nr¦ ,. i-« ^ MAra&v -3 Pei^vffi^llSPWCaTaw^auV *.. *10auf Il^jrmS''>F25r''u'6 A'glrfiMraMlyank? %T'i GW^*a3 ^ •',"patCrty. bk¥telaiiar.°5o, * PSMsfrA *%** -"Har 'WaHagSp&'j ,*•".'; 'di»:;'".' Garmantown, *"'.par Wcrcalifil* bfc;!;'.V_:'di».f Defc^fWie^eV '" l^Sn'ny%tcrfcaiial,bkad' ChesWcoaUftniesterpar Bangor CSm'bfc ','; dill¦'''' »I^|.fe1ylbS^l^ Wtfi rpptfe ;'•;. di»-;. Fanner* 'b'kBneksco-parOitizens*"Bk; ' "do,'." Farmers' bk Bead'g par Globe' bk : •'" . 'ct6' ESStbn™" -- par Washingtfln CO do i^^w^Mma^u ¦ Faf^'lia"***"* ' ' fpar "-'" VERMONT.* '' ** LetfaMpiT" ," >: 'IdisBankflfStAlhalBsTl'"'* HarrtsuilHr' k' l"''" 1' ** Bk rf BenjBoeftm "-^'dis*1 Jtaffisttwa''''• •'*dis All solve*? banks*' 4 dts Carisle '' »¦"'•-" ' 1*! *»> p...

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

BINGHAMTON- ADVERTIS EMEN TS -liM IjEW IEAS.-,, AT KEWYOBK PRICES. L IU. BEXFOBD, of BINGH AMTON. • N. Y., his made arransements with the-NEW YORK PEKIN TEA COMPANY, fir the sale of TEAS in Binghatptonj and canfuniisl 1 his customers, aud the ^ trade, ^Ui Tpas at the same prices-that the Coimn^iy "charge, for them in. New 1 ork, which is, at' least, frroa one to two sbillLugs c aeaper on each pottod than,tlie Grocers.sell at Anil in every case wherethgse'Teas dq not give satisfaction the money will be paid back for them. -,,-.- ^CsUaloRsie wf Teas.; . ¦ . f ' n-,.j^'J,'-''' "#EBN- ' . Yonng Htson, good, $0 374 do. do. sweet cargo, 50-- do. do. fine cargo, 75 -do do. silver leaf, 1 00 Silver Leaf—seWprrf poldeven by li rge dealer*, be-(cause ol,,thejmall Iprofitsmadeoa iusale—is a very 6uperior"Tea.; - ,.. . '¦, do. do. golden chop, 1 50 Golden CS'ojrj-^-Tbis.ji the .finest Gr leuffea cnltjva-,ted,in China." Tt5s ofthe ^first p c'kings, aud ex-->celir afl"'oTbe'r Green Tea...

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

\bwGm&wmDM#$^2 pany, 75 a(d^^afia^^^ve^BsM^l iuto thui market some one'Iiuudrcd thousand aollor* &Sfi bfthe'rlu&jrraWof G'rcen-awl Bttj^elujiMWli1 jd'thfr Cessna. E"mp1r*,VdoifeJ ttptWU th*;y»iiou ,s. f»iwytp»cJta^ki%t'CWifes«ihgenjntSr esptwmtf ili^ra-WrvllWeWWTreas uPtmii'g^^ \u^&ati 4t>iot?$&r ;&nT^'& * frm.ft«iip They sell good teas dnl#tuid IretaiWiealarwIibJds isalo'f^o^^SO^ntryfmefchaiiU whh wish always to sell good Tjias, can aIwats obtain;'TnoBi at this place, on reasb)S^W^^i^jfJ»tJ|i» : •i^-Tho#r?t.#^^fe^tfe^^J. ' ,--,.-..«!l .vi'iii.-ziS-irl&i ^^^.fflrWe..-'- ¦ ' ¦ ....f. ,i .„,,4-i ™?ffiA^%^ffi««i<?*iu»t3r,'-); .'^hRW^Wy;.*3i^4t-..^-l-«o*"' ! List ^PfSpuiar Meflicities, FOR SAkEW^l&. W:A'FORD, ¦ v - ¦" ^NliQ^liTON,' -«j-Vs»; ' T7trHQ„keeps„ctin>taiitly,on k<*#4 a*dl'.a»»ort TJ ..menGFiewmeVLiKTJGS & jJEmciN^ pMnTS egortSlOYE WbtoSAlft'E SfCFFS. GRGCERIES, FANCY...

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

fZ^^^^^m T^ OF TIfi £0M««SI0SAL 6L6IE A iPPlfflHIv !mEii*uj^«;;Pjx»»pe«us4o,jip|w^ the m^zt^of^^^p^i^^ ^ iiw^jif^fiio^^^ \ ijti^i'0M *i8w?S*;l* fsmm0i>d i 'Cfei'tsrsuwriptioiitJiAi^lietsJwoi Hwwes [having? contracted With ¦ us fbfaliVwdrKv' 0n! ^clr^elfins^s |^pU| $*™%$ l$$fim£i [plete rep'oWs,i|p/tnuUinly'atid4»*ie theiiutn-. bersini^quicker^ siicefc*ion :tlian*l»cre;tofn*e, nnd«^wijliotft^^incrensittg tlie'ririe^'to1 sUbstjri' ;" Bcrs," wejiopcib.tfibk'e; it ^i^jetufii.iriir^fc lit^£ajil j,a'iid>Ifugl".^t^«*If'-»)B6«Miiwi iM*»*-«»e--sfoived on.- the pubiicittion. We shnll" in-' crease the vrllottie nf leasutih'e^.tlij«l bcy.pjid tn'f'Qrd.iijn^'t^Jk^n^. end^ its usetuliiess" by"extending still further its; large'circulation: '• r-.'-i- -.' ' Tfl . "This lust isliiot the least i^pbrjant pofnt., ititbe'^iiB^'of;]iC.qrtirssi( Fuwbf' rr;«.»«lwv?> rnble reportsuftbe debntes.of-Uie body are of value in proportion to the' extent ^>f their circulation dnfd...

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

^ j ^W^'^o^'^teEsr-< Birfj <>]!-iI ttigOT-tlfl TJVtf gf--l TilT Jl.ril ¦ -. Mrto: ! '^9^K^^tP^^M^&^-' \ t&m KiiO; wiva^BrM M*Mmtf«TBA^^^ ^ ITEASiiu Miintrose; aud cJitfftirnii.b; theirlCusfoiney.3 |nnd the Trade, with Teasi\t,<bv,s*iue price* tbrtt the iCi.mipaiwj.qharg^ ibrjthciii.'' Audi jn~ every, ctso w-li^re these Teas do' hot give satiMilction', flienionev will be Toiiil back for Them. The "YOilpg Hyson Tea nicutiuucdlut this Qitalugrfe^dt^O.cis. is superior to nuj: tiling tsnlduiiftloiijrpse a^C2.tcent«& ^ .. . CAIJALdOUE; OF TBaS.^?*? ..... r.'i; .:• GBEEN. '• . ) . YblTNG HYSON, good, iX.S."...„. .r-ido. do. sweet cargo„.....'. 50 1 do. do. fine eur?o ,75. '(!do. iim-dU'rilver leaf.i.. -......:.{ I 0r> Si/wr ^f-a/—*elJimi Bulil ereii bj-large dealers, 1)i> - cause, ul the very small-profit* made 011 its sale.— Tliis is a very sujieriur Tea. . jj n K <i<bW^fdogV'W«'i ekofc-- Jv --i-Vi L\d'"i 50...

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

TIHI-'Tlli! AT NEW YORK PRICES. MONTROSE AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK CANTON TEA COMPANY. THE OLDEST TEA ESTABLISHMENT IN AMERICA!, PRINCIPAL ESTABLISHME-NT IN NEW YORK. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY has been popolnily known Ijir r|iaiiv year?. This is tlie largest and-oldest Tea Establishment in America. The jmbliCJiAve had fiill proof of their integrity and re-^pinisibilily. But such has been llie great and pressing demand for their TEAS oflatc, that ihe)' have been obliged-tn enlarge, tg a great exteut, tlieir two principal establishments in New York, viz: \%5Chatham\ % 1|53 Grcawich-Sts. They moreover possess facilitics^in relation to'the" Tea- Trade, hi a very nbmidnpt degree, jand doubtless superior to any other Tea Concern in America. TherrWrupulous regard to airpriripiples tbit feud to elevate the character of a large house, is well understood, arid has already secured them n couheclion.-prolnibly.'iarger than all other Tea E«tabli.-h--ments'united, mid c6tweij>ieutlythey"aredet...

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

stamp of neati ess ana elegance, and tho Teas there; m are ^ ao thoroaghlyaecureilfrW^htsndaivt o^^ %$% 1' wB^&T^tiWM " ¦'mJi'iW^Bm ^% f "!!/..'j..7j|. *.,-••!'¦ ii.i iviitU r'c-;-:r/ " ! ^^^^^^M^X ^L Ml HE Dclattare St. S. Insurance Cumpanyi Philadelphia, have Antlioriz'edWe unirersigueil 10 effeqlTii-' snrances on Bjiildings, ^Merchandize, aud othVjiroperty, agniusi damage or loss by lire. I The immense resources of the company, aiid their adherence to fair and honorable principles, [in the iransaction of hi! their biisiiicss, entitle -thoni!'ti> tfir cuiifidooc'e of the public m a ««/c means of luiiurance. ' ' F. ECSK, Agent. Moutrose, Jbne'16^,1846. T ¦ ".'. ¦ ' ¦ ' ' - ¦¦ .. ! -• [•-'" ¦ -- ilFWII THE Publisher of- the People's'Advdcatefhav. hip the ii»- pf.iul entirely upw.a(id;m(iderir'i». ¦HU-lnjjr-iit of .lOfi TYPE, are nuiv prepared to execute, ¦n 11 neat and i.-i'i.sfartclrj stvle. alliiuildiof , ^ .. . JOB PEINTM' at pr cc» to >.ii t th,- tinier...

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

JNSrin^tolh^^g^^ :%fejg^wua>dpL^^ alrWUtaltoiMy-Ba^^ his own circle of frieltaibave bhl*lbdSaS»lsK jhoretofore of .«.j«yingi[tI'Dli0^biia;fa^aiSS i^na^f ^ r^tion jth(th7nh^^ superior and well proveVllfficJcy^allcaaes^tS cent burn*, scalds or wouuds, as Sls2 hsSSSSt chapped.liana., tod „U^^,^J£l%™*l ouglit to Ue kuowu, and iui"BeueraUA«sZai]-5^ wucrpcaSnalues are sb.T^quent? "l ™ WvWSrWT ' ^^M'PmeroiiV 'ceitnlcat^ikWbDii^s'1 til ;p^ipriet6l|0ffcM.the'foll;,w^I""^,^r, ^^^*?^ ;;: Tliis hiiry- certify thitt I ha4 'i,'«iiTlli2 auliisu aL. 3 ; Ve.Ccruw.-and- beB.^:V^^m\TmWst btuisesrbUni»,.«ires,-!&C|!. .;,1 -. ¦. 7 T^ *?J, ^"ew Jlhford', Marcb^rllfjf ^ ' ^^KA This may cer tify that wo have Used L. SeaU' .aWi at.veCen.te and we lu.uwit.|o ^».valaabWfaa«- edv for scalds j,r burus.and.tbcrefore wiUinS1*L tnbute ourtesttmoilyiniuSaV6rTB!'!i-'' •?T?7s^^ - -.. VE'LEANOR'Xlrag; '¦¦; . ' DAWWAHNB^ Fraukiin, Susq. co. Pa." Feb." 20, 1847. " . ,nT^ !S -^ Crii ^,h ^T ' ^ ^««U'; C...

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

FASIIIQMBLE Vt\HMtatL 'i'"1" VTr«^™jPMiff8TOl » | E S^»ifl^,&'' SSsssS^^SiSs-tn* - CCTTING done ou .skm-ntiiei s»A(mm»awtedi togM^facfyfisM^ti^rt gV. ST Shop opMsaHeMaek feaeKeraf^Vason shnn Mint) uat £a* | ft.i lt4*tu;.i -jrf -i&ti sH^.-xnUtftitsS" '- •f-:<'"' '•"'' <? Hp >"' "^ «' Upv.-,-^ «.« .U;,i. ^W^mm^^s i^^^^^m& «mnieut, fietources, and no^rTi^ot^^S%^ winth a m.p ,t 1^,. a^f. .„,! 'Ttrtrrwiatr-'-Tar riS use of School* ¦x^safeilMMJuat ftbu^.1 rr ^Kr irws^ejt^^^^n jKjS^n^- iJurjrW^^' ;!»TiF»^S9if8%.^»|5|^^6T ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

TH13 VLTIlKATinil. BT .TDIA JAst JJSRSOS. f Aiongton the ] iro position to surrender to Mexican tjyraimy and barbsrity the land betwen the Xueces in3 the teo Grai dei—the battle-fields ofrTalo Alto and Beseca de la Paima.] ! It may not b:! Forbid it, God ! . Forbid it, ill that patriot's prize: That land ha i tasted freemen's blood; Their dust within its bosom lies. Twere madi ess to resign the soil On which i mr conquering feet have trod: Battling our way with glorious toil—It may not be—forbid it God '. Can we relir quish lands where now The stripe 1 and starry banners wave ? No, never! We engrave our vow Upbn ever r fallen brother's grave. They could i ot rieep, (the slaughtered brave : Who m thf ir bt>da of glrny tfii^j And feel the footsteps of the slave i. Pollute th< soil above their breast. 'i Resign the 6< Id where Bingcold fell! [ The spot« here gallant Srrvtss lies! Where Cocb ia s felt his bosom swell Trmmpbai t in death's agonies 7. • ' Wher...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

! x>.:.' i > H ;'f : >JW*ku{-<.f | 1-J<te.-. ¦!• •?'. ..»...6i i:i .,,:|,-,-,:(^n]5«Uaitl). .:•,..;..! ;<• - l ]!'rrom the New Orleans Delta. ¦Ijjlil! w$j&f^tooii, jlirie^lgPla^jjf CroTfc Washiflflan »nd lis Wiff, MariiuM •¦ ! , J1 *Wa9h ifjiliout emotionsof .surprise umd astonishment,) although .formerly. «njll prepared to mfjet/iteverywhere else, tlmt upon driving up,itq* miserable,dilapidatedga\e, We found that I we Bat!- arrived, at jlhe.resU denee of the jfak-fanied host, George .Waspl"Jflon. Heavens, what a sacrilege!; Tjfjp Jfillve i brokepJown* an old.fisherman's net I hanging on .the, .gate, the .park; cottnges;,^o *$!,eraide, te^hMless,, and falling to pieces, and, cattlerunning at large to destroy, the Inst remnant bf everything lovely! '.'Tlje former finely ghvvclled road was changed to | (Hj( almost' impassible gully, obstructed by rocks ^nd stpnbs,, and requiring our driver to use all his) skill in avoiding n ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

CONCISE HISTORY OP THE H;jf. $».;:' mm w&m::: >"-':r:y:;. ^/^YW^ry^Mne.EngUsh^bJe^pd ,'Pl, ,'0 &"^", ^v'H?«^^ye?r^.-,;TJlerj?eri 'ffiPH'l6a?iW?H th« Psalter and, ijie SSW'kfc*l M<£vsl*$MM'ty.PrM>0{ ?!"&.$$& »^e,Fr, ^e °f* Bible.in, 1274, U!TO.w ^%»LrP8 AP^^^^'S^.'tho* ^n'?1/^r W*Pv'swo.arche8 of th'e.Londqn Bridge were built for^lSS.,; \'\. , .'.';j, i^M'i1 ^."^^* jWns one of thai first to. at-^i|l. lifW}?^aUSu X ttie ^ibja.intp the Sngnf'Vangqnge, as ^ it was.sppk.en after,t;he »jiques|. He wrote, a paraphrase in verse >n the hnpk of. Job,. and a; gloss iippn| l}i e [^alter.jbnt the wliole, Bible, by Wckjiffe, iprpenreil in lSpp and. 1380^ . j,. •&¦ $miu,'lie yjear W^Q, was hrbyght it»to he'Hoijae, of JLords,jto forbid the use of English. Bibles.: hut it did not pass^ ' A'de-:«e of Arundel Archhishop of Canterbury n 1403, ^Iirbade unauthorized persons, to rauslate any .text of the Ho|y Scriptures ijno English...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

SaSSSS^s mmSmJUiS-j^^^;iP O-Ti^M-' *r. fclTlE^^^^n^^^ST^r^SS?* -, .=• .wmq ~^^ .^*yp .BAi.isT, ;. '"'w':l! J?"s ^^fe''A4*>>xip*,-' '-¦• -;., -. ¦» Thb''adlf»illli^ ~T^.i...'/'' jj'; "" ., • have frtleMb W ^^^Sf^ diminishihefcrvid «itWiSr^w, ^1n K',«0 j^re.wp^rted.,^ *** «^ ]&Jg!£ mind, naturally buoyant an .elatii.il f a** d&sideraW/aenu'dea- Jii &emfM? igiorfj> I could yet perform'>«i jo'tirnejf Jof!Qfel ^^A^onifSPts^hererlahauld thereby k& ¦f?at *W.fet?-fiWfKwwl«?d«e of the «yar interesttng;creatures which have for so long a timbbccnpiea%-th'bu|ht*;bfda^^^ ed my dreams witbiiieasatrt ihiagest : * Nay; had I a new lease of life presented to me, I *lioiildclibo««vfor it the-very rfecopation In wbichcl i^ave^Jtieiep.engagetL ,<:¦;.i* t-.-..:-., ¦ . - AnA ^ ,,deri.t1?e life which Ihavti led has mL",^.,?me r?8P?.cff "• "insular one.— lhink of a person, intent wi' such pursuit* as mine-have been; aronsearat'earry'd...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

CIIAKACTJEK OF TJECUMSEH The celebrated Indinn^warrior, Tecurpseh, was in tlie forty-fourth vehr of his age, when :he fell at the battle of "theThhmes.— He was of the Shawnee triibe, five'feet ten inches high, well formed foracrivity'and the endurance of fatigue, which he'was feapable of sustaing in a vvrv extraordinary*: decree. His carriage was erect ahd lciftylihis e mo. tion quick and graceful—his eves penetraim—-his visage-stem, with an- airdfliaUghtinetsin his countenance, whictrnrbsa from an elevated pHdb of soul-;; it did not leave him even in death. • His eloquence was nervous,- concise, - impressive, figurative, and sarcastic; being of taciturn habltof speech, his words'*ere few, but -always td the purpose. 'His dress was plain; he whs never known to indulgein ony gaudy decoration bf his persrtn, which is the general practice bf the Indians. He wore, on tlie day of his death, a dressed deer-skin coat and pantaloons. He could neither rend,f Write, nor speak English....

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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