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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1862

BY S. X KOW. CLEABFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1862. VOL. a-NO. iS. GOD OF THE FBEE. God of the free ! vpon thy breath Oar flag is for the right unrolled, At broad end brave as when it stars Flrat lit the hallowed time of old. For doty still ita folds shall aye ; . For honor still ita glories burn, Where Truth, Religion, Valor guard The patriots sword and martyr's urn. So tyrant's impiousstep is ouri ; , JTo lust of power on nations rolled ; Ovr flag ! for friends a atrry sky, For traitors, storm in every fold. 0 thus we'll keep our nation's life, Nor fear the bolts by despots hurled, The blood of all the world ia here, And they who strike us, strike the world. God of the free, our nation bless In ita strong manhood as at ita birth, And make its life a star of hope For all the struggling of the earth. Then shout beside thine oak, 0 North ! O South ! wave answer with thy palm. And in our Union's heritage Together sing the nation'a psalm ! FBOM GEN. MeCLELL ATI'S ARMY. -Yurthier det...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1862

TUB tetftmhW JT 7 111 J m -.".'... .ij.j,tv u.jw nr SAMUEL J. now. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY O, 1802. THE PRESENT CONGRESS. The present acsilon of Congress la'drawlng rapidly to a close. A lew weeks more will find tbe balls of the Capitol deserted, and the members mingling with their constituents onco more, to receiro the plaudits due to faltblulness. Never since the formation of our Government, has Congress had more highly responsible duties to discharge It has been a session during a season of emergencies and crises the most trying ever witnessed in this or any other country. A rebellion, un exampled in magnitude, and unparalleled in atrocity, has not only given rise to new issues, but has increased the wants of every depart ment of the Government to a fearful extent. Congress has proved itself equal to the neces sities which pressed upon its time and atten tion, and has provided with a munificent hand all the means required to prosecute vigorously the war to crush this unhallowed reb...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1862

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 9, 1862. Trough Exp. f.40 P- - 9. p.m. 9 50 p.. SS g V.45 8.18 k.m. 5.13 aim. W Sin 10 50 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 1.20 p.m. tToh JhExp. V'SO a m. 7.13 a.m. 6.28 a.m. Put train, 8.05 p.m. :::::: 6.56 p.m. MM tr.Vn 6.45 J.m. 6.04 p.m. 5 08 p.m. Way train. 3 15 p m. 2.30 p.m. 1.20 p m. The fast lino does not stop between Huntingdon and Altoona. The way train only runs between those two points. Enoch Lewis, GefeT Snpt. Timber Lands for Sale : We call atten tion to the advertisement of an Orphans' Court Sale, of the lands of John Peter Rider, deceased, in another column. These lands are well worthy the attention of lumbermen. There are few bettor timbered tracts of land to belound in the county so convenient to llic river. Sick- Wo learn that Isaac Kiern, a mem ber of tho 78th Regiment Penn'a. Volunteers, jj sick and in one of the Hospitals at Nash ville, Tennessee, where he has been for three months past. Mr Keirn is from Cherry Tree, and as he is improving ra...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 9 July 1862

S 3 J IS 1 1 i CIiEABFIELD, JULY 9, 1862. : Fngatlres report that Jeff Darii bad been beard te say "that be would make the streets of te city ran with blood, before ho would surrender Richmond." The Secretary of the Treasury receited notice from Maryland that her quota of the War tax la ready. This is tbe second state la the Union that has met this obligation, Fenn y Irani led off Amsterdam Is, almost as much as Venice, a city of tbe sea. Fifty canals, from six to ten rods In width, ana irora seven to ntno iei deep, run through the city. These canals are crossed by orer three hundred bridges. The following conversation took place on the receipt of the news of the evacuation of Corinth f What do you think of (Jen. Hal leek's First Epistle to the Corinthians 1" "Very good. i9 per made , by a cant term. Frococlous Pupil Ploase Miss, what is the meaning of suburbs Governess (who is extensively crinolined () Tbe outskirts of a place, my dear. Pupil (seleing Miss J. by tbe dress 0 Then, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 July 1862

4 0 BY S. J. ROW.. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1862. VOL. 8.-NO. 46. ii ii It lylik HOPE. v( The brightest joys soon die away, The fairest pleasures fade ; And life itself is but a day Oft times of gloomy shade. The joyous smile of baby glee .. . Beaming in infant's eye, Soon turns to deepest misery, . Or quickly passeth by. tlope'only guides us through the night Of worldly strife and woe ; Making adversity seem bright, With sunlight's fostering glow. . Brighter and bl ighter let Hope glow i Hum injr uunncaai ncari ; llope on Hope ever, then below Bo of thy life a part. THE GREAT BATTLE BEFORE RICHMOND. . ' ' " Full and Graphic Account. The following account of the great fight be tor,e Richmond is from a correspondent of the Philadelphia Tress, and is dated July 4th : No point in all the former front of the army Was niore eagerly watched or strongly guarded Mian Mecbauicsville. On-numerous occasions I have told you of its importauce. The enemy Here equally with us aware of ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 July 1862

THE- - ' a A , " Ij; I 1 BY SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD. PA., JULY 16, 1862. WHAT IS 0T7E DUTY? This is an important question, and ono which should be well considered by every truo and loyal man in the country. The proBent is the most trying time which we have ever ex perienced as a nation. An internal foe is now onr enemy, whilst in former wars we had only a foreign power to contend against. The assassins knife has been applied to the nation's throat by her own children by those whom she had nurtured and reared up to exalted positions. And why have these men raised the fraticidal hand against their Government ? The only reason we know of is because they (the minority) have not been allowed to dic tate to and rale the majority. The masses of the people have seen fit to disregard the threats of a few demagogues, who wished to rale them for selfish ends, and to lower them to the condition of chattels. What then is the nature of this contest ? It is a conflict of the few against the many...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 July 1862

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 16, 1862. Tiini of Cars leaving Tyrone Station. FASTWAHD. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, Way train, WESTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, AI.TOOSA. TIKOH1S. nu' 8.40 p m. 1. a.m. 7.45 a.m. 10.60 a.m. 7.50 a m. 8.05 p.m. 6.45 p.m. 9.07 p.m. 818 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.18 a.m. 6.04 p.m. 9.50 p.m. 2.12 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 6.2 a.m. 6.5ft p.m. 6.08 p.m. Way train 3 15 p.m. 2.30 p.m. 1.20 p.m. The fast line does not stop between Huntingdon .nri a innr.. Tha way tram only rang Deiwecu those two points. Esoch Lewis, Gen'l gnpt. Thk Tax Bill. Wo have received a com pleto copy of the "Tax Bill" recently passed by Congress. It is a pamphlet of 32 pages, nh!ihed bv the "Tribune Association" in f- JJew York. Price 6 cents. Large Timothy Heads. A Iriend left at our mfEce, one day last week, two timothy heads. palled on the farm of lion. John Patton near CiirwcnsvillA, which beat anything of the kind e have recently seen. One of them is 10 dnches in l...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 16 July 1862

CLEABFIELD, JULY 1G, 1862. Statement of a Refugee from Richmond. Wasuisgtos, July 6. Dr. D. G. Oliver, formerly of Grant county, Wis., recently ot Molly Springs, Mis-., who was impressed into the rebel service at the beginning of the war, and since the battle of Hull Kun has been act ing as assistant-Surgeon in tbo rebel army, reached here to-day. He bad persistently re fused to take the oath of allegiance to the reb el Government, but was compelled to do so on Tuesday last, lie was detailed in charge Of twenty-fire ambulances filled with wounded to go to Lynchburg. Being possessed of the countersign, he determined to take advantage of the existing confusion to get away. lie bribed a negro in Kichmond to swap clothes with him, and after passing the pickets, by means of the countersign, be tramped to Fred ericksburg and got into the lines of the Union army at that point. He has had a good op portunity to obserro the condition of affairs in rebeldotn. He states that the entire white i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 July 1862

1 4j 0CfTf f BY S. J. KOW. CLEARFIELD, PA.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1862. VOL. 8W. 47. 11 i" v. NEVER PUT OFF. Whene'er duty waits Tor thee, With sober judgment view it, And never idly wish it done Begin at once and do it. Fur sloth saith falsely, "By and by Is just as well to do it ;" But present strength is purest strength j Begin at once and do it. Ami find no lions in the way, Nor faint if thorns bestrew it Hut bravely try, and strength will come, for God will help thee do it. DON'T PROPOSE IN THE DARK. The pretty, square farm house, standing at the corner near Kllbea lane (for the Hist phrase, although giving by far the closest pic ture of the place, does, it must be confessed, look rather Irish), and where the brook winds away by another lane, until it spreads into river like dignity, as it lueand.-rs through the atinny plain of Hartley common, and finally disappears amidst the green recesses ofTerge wood that pretty, square farm house, half hidden by the titll elms in the flower ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 July 1862

BY SAMUEL . BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 23, 1862. PEOPLE'S STATE TICXET. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, HON. THOMAS E. COCIIKAN, OF TOIHt COUNTY, FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, HON. WILLIAM S. II O S S, OP LCZER5E COUNTY. THE STATE TICKET. : Tho ticket put in nomination by the Peo ple's State Convention, which assembled at Ilarrisbnrg on the 17th day of July, seems to meet the approbation of the loyal Press throughout the State j which may bo regard ed as a fair index to its favorable reception, and triumphant election, by the truly patriotic and Union loving People of the old Keystone tate. The Pittsburg Gazelle, in announcing the nominations to its readers, alludes to the can didate for Auditor General, thus : "Hon. Thomas Cochran, the present Au ditor General, is too well known to need any description from us. Ilis great fitness tor the post was fully elucidated during the canvass three years ago, and has been fully confirmed by the honesty and ability he has displayed in the management of the cilic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 July 1862

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 23, 1862. Time of Cari leaving Tyrone Station. .wtvf TVndTP TTT'VT ( VARTWARD ALTOONA. T VR05E, iiti.vt'gdo. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, "Wy train, WESTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, . 8.40 p m. 1. a.m. 7.45 a.m. 10.50 a.m. 9.07 p.m. 8.1 8 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.18 a.m. 9.50 p.m. 2.12 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 7.50 a m. 8.05 p.m. 6.45 p.m. 9 1 TY1 6.23 a.m. 6.56 p.m. 5.0S p.m. 6.01 p.m. "Way tram Z.30 p.m. 1.20 p m ay irniu. v 7 V .- " itl. r i.-- - Anna nnt stnn between Huntinjraon nd Altoona. The way train only runs between those two point. Esocn Lewis, GenTfcnpt. COUNTY CONVENTION. A Connty Convention of the friends and supporters of the present National Adminis tration, Is hereby called to meet at the Court House in Clearfield, on Thursday the 7th day of August, at 1 o'clock, P. M., to transact business in regard to the nomination of Can didates lor office, and such other business as properly belongs to the Connty Convention. J. B....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 23 July 1862

CLBABF1ELD, JULY 23, 1802. A GREAT BRECKINRIDGE 1RIUMPH. prom the Ittwinhrug 8tar, In Pooriaylvanla, largo proportion of tho friends Of the Ulo Judge? Ioujt1a tiavo cut loos from that Wreck Inrldge faction, which first divided tb Democratic party, and then divided tho Union. Some or them, however, wont last Frldir to tho Party-abovoCountry Convention at liarrlsburg, hoping to regulate, If not to control, Ha action. Hut the -wore outnumbered, and placud In a subordinate po Islton throughout. K. W. Hughes, a most malignant becesslon sympathiser ono of those roost prominent in tutoring tho (also hood thafrolk la a bettor TarlU man than Clay" waa made the President, and appoints tbo State Commltteo, blnnull the Chairman over Richard Vaux. The Resolutions are of tho "Kane Letter" web ot contradictions. They hare a gloss of patriotism Intended to sedace tho casual read ert at the aamo time, they will suit ercry Rebel sympathizer, and Jell. Davis would say that for our State, at this time ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 July 1862

BY S. J. R0. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1862. VOL. 8.TCO. 18. THE NEW CALL FOB VOLUNTEERS. BT OUTER WENDKLL HOLMES- Listn, young herors ! jour country is calling ! Time strikes the hour for the brave and the true ! . Now. while the foremost are fighting and falling Fill up the ranks that hare opened for you ! Yon whom the fathers made free and defended, Stain not the scroll that emblasons their fame ! You who? fair heritage spotless descended. Leave not your children a birthright of abamo ! Star not for questions while Freedom stands gasp ing! Wait not till Honor lies wrapped in his pall ! Brief the lips meeting be, swift the bands clasp ing "Off to the wars !" is enough for tbom all. Break from the arms that would fondly caress you ! Hark! 'tis the bugle-blast! sabers are drawn ! Mothers shall pray for you, fathers shall bless you. Maidens shall weep for you when you are gone ! Never or now! cries the blood of a nation -Poured on the turl where the red roses should bloom ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 July 1862

THE- 14FTraB MMALi Raftsman's journal. 1 BT SAMUEL J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULY 30, 1862. PEOPLE'S UNION STATE TICKET. TOll AUDITOR GF.SERAL, HON. THOMAS E. COCHRAN, or TORK COUMTT, FOR SCRVETOR GENERAL, HON. WILLIAM S. ROSS, 'or LUZERXE COUNTY. Pkssstltasia's Qcota. We last week pub lished Got. Curtin's proclamation, calling upon the people of the Commonwealth to fur nlsb the State's quota of troops, under the recent call of the President. The number of regiments to be furnished by Pennsylvania is twenty -one, besides Oiling np her regiments now in active service. The Governor to ex pcdite the raising of the new regiments, hnd a scbednle prepared, apportioning the number of companies to be furnished by each county, which Is as follows : Adams 2, Allegheny 15, Armstrong 1, Bea ver 2, Berks 6, Blair 2, Bradford 5, Bucks 6, Butler 3, Cambria 2, Carbon 2, Chester 6, Cen tre 2, Clarion and Forest 2, Clinton 1, Clear field 1, Columbia 1, Crawford 2, Cumberland 2, Danpbin b, Delaware 2, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 July 1862

fit 1$CT1IM TILE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., JULF 30, 18G2. Time of Car. luring Tone tatin. EASTWARD. Trough Exp Fast train, . Mail train, Wax trin' WESTWARD. Trough Exp Fast train, Mail train, A f.TOON A. bu.ii'o.. 8.40 p m. 1. 'a.m. 7.45 a m. 10.60 a.m.. 7.50 a m. 8.05 p.m. (1.45 p.m. 9.07 p.m. 8.18 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.13 a.m. C.0I p.m. y.50 p.m. 2.12 a.m. 9.1.1 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 6.29 a m! 6.55 p.m. 6.0S p.m. 1.20 p.m. Way train 3 lo p.m. Z.30 p.m. The fast line does not stop between Huntingdon and Altoona. The way tram oniy runs those two points. Efiocn Lewis, (Jen 1 fcupt COUNTY C0NVENTI1T. A County Convention of the friends and supporters of the present National Adminis tration, Is hereby called to meet at the Court Home in Clearfield, on Thursday the 7 th day of Angus', at 1 o'clock, P. M., to transact 'business in regard to the nomination of Can .'diddes lor office, and such other business ns properly belongs to the County Convention. J. to. McEnallt Chairman Co. Com. UtronTEi) that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 30 July 1862

toe nkftmmf4mmki. QUVAnvmuv, jujv no, vm, J ha been tha (wmfideiit ,uiaf ot lllba? paopla North thai lvrrl l Institution, datfioraliaed and weakened any nation , TM belief ha also bniiniiie a political aaioin, or fundamental principle, not to bu flfnp tilwl, fu all the modern id.ilosophy t Ihu growth and economy of rilat.&a, us taught by tha most learned and profound of European wi iter or thinkers. On tha other sidu, tha aUlesiiiun and authora, who have sprung up in our alava Htatas, have boldly aesertnd arid stonily main tained that no foim of aocial organization so cured audi progress, power or atahility to a nation aa that which tha corner atonu of tha Iiolitical edilca was slavery, Thu .Southern aadera havu alwaya contondod that their pe culiar Institution wad a them tha most power tal people, considering numbers, on tho face of the glohe and that alavery, in ao arrang ing tha condition of labor that tha free male population were ever ready and able to take up anna, and at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 August 1862

0 0 ft liiL BY S. J. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST C, 1802. VOL. S.-NO. -19. THE SOLDIER TO HIS MOTHER. BV TUUMAft MACBfttAn. A'm my littt brother and sisters, and tell them I died Jor my country." f)a tho Gold of battle, mother, All the night alone 1 lay. Angels watching o'er me, mother, Till the breaking of the da jr. 1 1ijr (hiukin of you, mother, Ami the loving ones at home, Tilllo unr dear oottngo, mother, l,oj aguin I atctii'ii to oome. Jlr. to whom you taught me, mother, On my infant knee to pray, Kent my heart from fainting, mother. When the vlnion pass'd awny. In the gray of morning, mother, Comrades bore me to the town ; From my bosom tender fingers Warh'd tho blood that trickled down. 1 niunt soon be going, mother, t'olng to the home of rent ; Kiss me ait of old, my mother, l'rc me nearer to your bronat, Would I could repay you, mother, Koryour faithful love and caro ; tiod uphold and blew you. mother, In this bitter woe you bear. Kiei for mo uiy little brother,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 August 1862

Till Um gasman's Journal. ... - r'r"'' r-s".' .- ijt??'rr',! nr Mritt, . now. ttOSLX UNION STATE TICKET. roft aetJirort btitnAL U 0 Ni T ft 0 M A 12. COii It It A tit .t tuna tutntt, tak sMifRt'irt nfcSfcttU, HON V ihHAH M, it OHM, h Ll'rfctt.sfe Hif.'Ntr . " AfiOUf AMLUMtM, ET(L 'flWreckidtlflge-VallaOdigltattl toliftit And pylitleian, whenever Idey find Ideinselves. liif'J fUil f'Jf Hit flfgUuiehl, feSutt ii) ft pJt?(li; ful ii (( epilheM, Th?N? i m be, Iww-- f?Vef, f'f wdieit fdey seefll lHi'S (PJ ( furli-tlilf M f"f (hit tt ii 'Ahjli"fiU(i" fl.aa (jjf)gFP'M4l glVM hi stippnft O (bi ijhffjt fifttaluMiM JMIi, Of Ide Mill eu'iflriiiig and ha dusofjail 94 ail "Abnlilb'nisl,1" Mould a Iy4l Jisfooef4t, (brewing ssidt bis parly prejudices, JucMru himself an ununndi-- Ijonal Unio-Mst, and in f4ViF nf (ha Naiional Administration carrying en vigorous wur against (he Hebels, and jininedi4taly be altiu Is declared o ba an Aboit(onist," J.ef man argue (hat Slave al)or fa detrimental o the in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 August 1862

THE WTOTMra THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., AUGUST 6, 18G2. Time of Cart leaving Tyrone Station . - w i T V II n V lil 5TIT VT huxt'opos. rAITWARD ALTOOHA. TrnosB, Trough Exp. Fast train, ; Mail train, Way train, WESTWARD. Trough Exp. Fast train, Mail train, 8.40 p m 1. a.m. 7.45 a m 10.50 a m 9.07 p.m. 8.18 a.m. 11.40 a.m. 7.18 a.m. 9.50 p.m. 2.12 a.m. 9.13 a.m. 1.20 p.m. 7.50 a m. 6.28 a.m. 6.56 p.m. 5.08 p.m. 8.05 p.m. :::::: fi.45 p.m. 6.04 p.m. 9 i m f. SO rt . in . Way train 1.20 p.m. av train 1 . ... . j mi. nnt dtoD between Huntingdon and Altoona. The way tram only fbsentw.een thoso two points. Enoch Lewis, Gen'l bnpt. Xew Beit. The new bell for tho Court Tlouse reached this place last week. It is made of the regular bell-mi-tal and has a most excellent tone. : Prkaciiino. By divma permission, Ilev. Bratten of Chambersborg, will preach in tho Lutheran Church in Clearfield Borough, on Sunday the lth inst., at 5 o'clock in the af ternoon. DivixE Slrvice. Dr. Litch will preach in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 August 1862

CLEAHFIELD, AUG. 6, 1802. PKOCLAMATION OF GENERAL JACKSON, Addressed tathe negroes of Louisiana, when New Orleans was threatened by tho British in 1814. Headquarters, 7th Military District I Mobile, September 21, 1811. ) To the free colored inhabitant of Louisiana t Through a mistaken policy you have b?cn heretofore deprived ol a participation in the glorious struggle for national rights in which onr country a engaged. This no longer shall exist. As sons of freedom, yon are now called up on to defend our most inestimable blessing. As Americans, your country looks with confi dence to her adopted children for a valor ous support, as a faithful return for the ad vantages enjoyed under her mild and equita ble government. As fathers, husbands, and brothers, you ore summoned to rally round the standard of the eagle to defend all which Is dear in existence. Tour country, although calling for your ex ertions, does not wish you to engage in her cause without remunerating you for tho scrvi Ce...

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