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

r:;i ,;;Nl^;Aj3Jv^R^lSE;MEip3; ,;.,....; *k_ •i_L"ja i -'7: White «#nd -Red Lend; MT Ullll^ [""Litharge* Latnij-Black, tfelWW^Ofchw 'Twriiwfii [Bed/ Spanish Bfeirn, IChroin > Yenow, RoW Pink, Impe- rial Chrome, P»ri» & Verdegris Greens, «k alt other kinds, at prices which will suit, by , j , ,'¦•; ' ^7.l%M..ic VoJ i ^i : .- ...... \t< —.- ^^ i "^. ^ . ' rtiiler-'-l-'EiMeed,. Elebbaiii; Sperm, . tJ|lS-t- ' Paiiner',, Ci*to<',Jp^live - OILS» jh any «|uantity,rat N. m&0 *. mmiZ<B&i a^^jtyaaaii^pffl. VIOLINS,Accprdeinjs ,Clarionets, Flutes Fifes,!&c: ^lio,/ Violiti «k Yioliiicello Strings|;Biws S jt; B^d»jps; ''*'Sf; li^- Co. \ ¦ . . *" ~ " 1 ' " 1 €LOCrtf^ Watch Repaimif done ns usual liytl e best manner, and at short. notice, by ^ / N. M. &. Co.1 i WM^I^DOW-Sash and Glass, Ploughs sk Castingi, Brooms, Shovels, Patent Pails', BoWls, Wash-tubs & lioards, dtc. /$ -%•'-. N.M. 4,-Co. i OATENT 5IEDIC1NES, a great ...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

WEWtOBK MnBKETS. CORaCCTCO WKKKjLY FOR THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE. Wheat Dour, perbairel • (6,25 ® B,50 Com meal --dlo 2^0 ® — Wheat, per bushel . 1,25 ® 1,50 : Rye. do j ,90 <a 1|00 Corn do M .06 ® .,75 Barley, do ! 0,0D <3> 0.55 Oats, do -\ 0,45 ® 0,50 : Butter per lb. Oranj re co. 0,20 ® 0,22 do western dairy, 0,12 "3 0,14 Cheese, per lb. 0,0G © 0,08 : Beef, per barrel, tntss, 11,00 ® 11,75 ¦ do prime, B,50 ® 9,25 ' Pork, per barrel, nn ss, H,7o ® ,— ' do prime, 10.50 ® 11,00 < Lard, per lb. 0,101®-fl.U1 , Hams per lb. smoke 1 0,07 ® 0.09 ! American wool, per lb. saxon 0,35 ® 0,37J, do ifull hlood\M«ino 0,34 ® 0,33 ! do i &}Merm.i 0,20 ® 0.34 j do native J JJ erino" 0,26 ® 0,29

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 11 November 1847

^—^^—^fc j|^M'^Bg—¦¦——¦——t i3cntl)ii. On Ihe morning of the Sth iu»L, Hetta, daughter of Dauiel aud Johanna Searle, in the second year of h;r are. ! ' " Thou wert so like a fom of lisht, That Heaven be uiguly caled thee hence. Ere yet the 00 Id could breathe one blight, O'er thy sw eet mnoce ice: And thou, that 1 irighter ht me to bless. Art nsss'd. will all thy lo :eliness!''

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

NEW ADvERTISIEME«TS. ^ JVeic Grocery m FIJ]LL BLAST, AT GBEAT BE1VD. ' fllHE subscfiler has opened n retail and -1 Eicliange GROCIRY STORE nt this place, when he purchases Provisions, Confectionaries, &c tfcc by wholesale, and disposes of them nt retail, reserving only a srnsll profit—ajsvtr forgett ng th ita " nimble sizpense is better than a slow shilling". WM. P. BRADLEY. N. B.—StoVes, Tin-ware, Sheet 2uic, &c. to be baa nt the Grucery Store above named. Great Bend;, !V'ov. 4, 11347. 74^"----r^—1 -: , 1_± PAl]»f KILLER. Death to Pain- - Relief t ¦ > the sick—Health to the Weak—A Bclsam is found s for the whole hutian race in ANDREWS' PAIW KILLER BEING purelV.' egetable, 1 md composed of twenty-five drUe^e; it ingredie ots, is m internal audi external remedy, r ut up in B Jttles, varying from 25 to 75 cents per ljottle. . For farther' particulars,' 1'amphlcts to be hhd of evei y Agent, gratis, coni tainin^ a brief History of the c rigin and discovery of ...

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

'¦rwmmm'mi?' ^.—,—.—.,_._.t,... -j co»»y-?l^waajrs>t5>i>a, .;ysm, norms' i xbtoca'i» •"^PMANisv -'iishM,,.,., .ci. rhilsdrlrW'"^; Epat NEW H^aTSrUBEf \%g£Q2&^m ^^Sp5 *p r/sb*al-iVB*as'jri' *Sdts Arrtrataoral bsutki do>.. Gftara*'^:-'*"^ -•', J" Citybk Pott*nd do . P^cowvVV 4o P^DanuuWu do riTT^wT P« MeresaffleMt do SSCTSsW; pw8tfflwatefC.audl.kaa Ctessssf eoitWCWs««T« Baagor Ohm bk Ao . |,a3^iBueli*co r« Citixen<bV do, ISS'bk Besd'g £ mbbebkP do Mgg^ -<- p at Ws*Hagtoa<» do Mordamptoa '*» ¦»> Frankford to do , , CSbii* '. ^ AUsob^tbsnk. s^i* £*7bk isaesrtee, per VMiONT. EbSeT^ , Ad»Baak<iff slbans I|«}i. S^SiW : - 1-dwBk-ofBeShhigwa '*-'*• SSbJtowa I disAUsolvent*st*. *4» JSST^ 1 di» ftASSABUOSBTTSr rCdumbisbridce par ATI solvent h ink. 4 dm HtefceS P" "HOD* ISLAND I VinertTbk P'tavflle par AU solvctrt Mmks 4di* ^ «bkWilke.b;e ,«di» . MAINLAND. ^ KL\«etasattaotes ldi* Bslttmore tanks i dis ^gi-UttiBaifrS ...

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

"BINGHAHTON ADVERTISEMENTS FINE P¥ TEAS. . AT BTEW TORE PB.1CES. T M. BEIFOBD, of BiNGHAMTCN. JLi» N.Y., has made arraneements with the NEW YOBK PEKDi TEA COMPANY, for the tale of TEAS in Bmghsmton, and can mroij h hi. customt rs, and tbe trade, with Teas at the tamo pr ice* that be Company charge for them in New fork, which is, at lout, from one to two sbdUisgt i iheaper on e cb pound than the Grocers tell at Ai id in every c i*e where these Teas do not give tatuua ;tiqn the moiey will "be paid back for them. Cat*u«)ff*M *r Teas. GREEN. Young Hyson, good, \ $0 174 do. do. tweet cargo, >0 do. do. fine cargo, j ' '5 do. do. silver leaf, I 10 Silver Leaf—seldom told even by Urge dealer*, because of the small profits made on its sale—i t a very superior Tea. j do. , do. golden chop, : 1 >0 Golden Chop—This i* the finest Green Tea cult rated in China. It is of the first pickings, sad excels aU other Green Teat for the delicacy of it* flavor, strength and arana. Heretof...

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

BINGHAMtON ADTERflf EMENT8 1 --;¦;,¦ !. '- ^—:—f r——¦ paay,75 and H^ Fajtoa si have imp. etod intothi* marVet some, one hundred Susaad' aoUsr. ^ Worth of tbe fine** grades St*se« and Bbn kVTeas^rowa in lb* Celesfial BisWrit*. i4«te!ttp ia aU the rariout. fitaoy tisekaisk-AatWhl^'ta BWeit t. .**3**® It ka^vil£" «o bay T*«s: bt tMs (ret esUWUh awat,£d a fat^aaa ie orMbrt to- dnnktbesa. - Thev'sett good teat Wity,;>acsl' retail hem at Who!© safe prices! Cc*mti*jmerebam4 ivh i with' always tesengoodTeaii eisri alW*vs obtain them at Uns place, on reatonaMe'jttStni.—EmpoH isi -'-:' i * - : Cf The»boyeTEMWibr*aloby ' . .-; Sql* agent »w Br» rne Cionty. Binghamton, may,!!, 1847. List of Popular Medicine>, FOR SALE |*^r JLr k.ME*F<aRD, BINGHAMTON, M.Y., i WHO keeps eses^tl yon bt« a ^hB,aj*«- meatjorseabSne DBUG8 & HEOICINES, PAINTS *. OTLS. DYE WOODS * I fYB STUFFS, GRGCBRlfci, FANCY ABTtOLES, Sec. *c.-*H aiwhkb^betoui CHEAP AS THE CHEAP EST: 'ft' '¦!• ¦ - -...

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

-''^:*r**§i%ic#tfi' *r[ %2._, ti '^m'^^kM^i^^ ¦ tlTE issuetbU pjwpectutld apprise..tfe W Publie of renewed. m$m**» *> Vgr Mftttj pfiblislr' thf€6ii««»«aw-I Globe afia yppendix B?r.l|<e1W**^! j**«&& fcarinW cbhtrided5 WitK' ut fcr tl* work, to reel, terns Iw^rittte^r^^Wji^ w«*V pfeta reportsT, tb multiply and is«B* the nom-; bersjn .tjiiicker . suceuion thah^ heretofiire, and' without increasing- the priea to subscribers, wrhoueto make a pwdrctrirn for the" liberality and high official sanenoti thus bestowed on ;tbeHt«iblicatrbD: We shall increase the tolume at least one third beyond tbe ordinary bulk, aud endeavor to add to its usefulness by extending- still further its tarn circulation. : . ' n This last h mot Ae least rmportant point in the view orCongress. Faithful and du: rable report* of the debates vt the body-are of value JnprivpaiiioA^ tbe eitent of their circdlation irttong- the||people; It is in this way that Congress is brought ibto the...

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

I -0- ^ '^^m^:\°^\Wf' !^j >;&? i,:¦>¦ .„^—^.p-r-.^r. ¦ ¦¦ n 1 \ < )&MKC£ir\*btt&CGil"'' ^ AJlS' 'ms^e'-srru^' en^, vrbBS tii« NEW YOBK iJa'BBKIir TEA'COMPANY, for the sriledf1 TEABin M6ntro*e,nnd caa'mruith their Cnttomer* andthe Trade, with Teas at the same prices, that the Company charge for them. And! in .every pase where these Tea* do not give *tusI«ction, tbemouey will be paid back for them. Tbe Young Hyson -Tea mentioned in this Catalogue, at 50 cts. is superior to any thing sold in Montrose at C2j cents. "' ' CATALOGUE OF TEAS. GREEN. ' YOONG HYSON, gooil/ — do. do. Sweet cArgo:.;... JoO1 .do- Jo. fine cargo. h75 do. t do.silver Leaf¦ T.,....., i. Ij00> Silver Leaf—-Seldom spld even by large dealer*, because of the very small profits made on iu'sale.— This U a very superior Ten. jddj *JSo. gaJdeUlcbopi-i...%»'....:... ;J' 50, Oslitn Cso^Tbis lithe finest Green Tea cultivateH in China.] It isjof the first pickings, and ex...

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

% wtfsf fti^^ai^rl Wofferinrarittn the m*lio,the protirkstsriitW S=*^sttta3sSs areaauf. ^pBUMttibw.^ ^h^^SkT^SjSL •uiiew^ad weB prwed effictwbTattcs^^ ceMbiuron scald* or wouftitVtl^nwSSfsl^ cbaoped b^^^oldX' n^o^AdlsStSo oug1,t4a:h0 known, a«l.i» maSkSS^ lytnakeitthe ever, c^^SjSgPg^2K£ where casoaltiea are so msquentTT™ TV.tItS!?. . ¦ Fmm nrime^VwtmcateiWhu^iw^^ propnetdr-mTer* tbe following i ™- r^^ t J"? Thisihay certify that I .bam^^'ruiU'Mr aU«r a S^^K^>I!^^S^ bruises, btjrns, sores, Jtc. ?' -i-->.^1ff-s«' New Mfllbrd, MarctiS; jSg^* WHIT *; Thi^i may certify that we.haveusedl.ScoU 'sflaB, ativeCerate.and weknowlYm-.oea'VaSeSlv edy for tcaUfs or burns, and therelorri fe triButo put testimony in it* fiwdr^> ; WP7 ttt* ; .. ": elbanor':;£«jes, « P*TIp VYAiRNEH; , Franklin, 8ii»q. co! Pa^Feb. ife mrf8 ^ „ •rtui* to certify that I bsye nied Scott' Cerate andfindit the most efficaciou.remed ^y^bmCSr chappped hands or lips, that I bar*, e'er tu^Vaid recommen...

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

J,7^W^^im^s^ "7)7': £LSL|CTtfsW2&^ COTpKO dene oil short rtotioet 'and ..^m ^^^Mll^^^ .Mos^^^-wir.;' ¦f.:|?T?p^:.. ¦¦-..,.¦% ^lllsi^^^pOT^,:-' S^J^JS2W«S '-,-,™aj?T;g".ifTC "^r^-^rfSWlt Illstiai, Gov-W!J"r- IK ffmmum.Mfst sf^cmsitsiUikm atu^ ^^MfmWMmil^^PMWumm^' -^- i?W*T*?^^*-3*g*i 4

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

U\\\U\W AT NEW YOIRK PRICES. MONTROSE AGENCY OF THE NEW YORK , CANTON TEi, COMPANY. THE OLDEST TEA ESTABLISHMENT IN AMERICA! PRINCIPAL BSTABLISHMENf LN NEW, YORKTHE CANTON TEA COMPANY ha* been popularly known, fur many years. Tbi* is Ihe largest and oldest Tea •Etmblwbmifnt in America.' The public have bad full proof of their integrity and responsibility. But such has been'the grent-and pres-«ing demand for their TEAS of late, that they have been obliged to enlarge, to a great, extent, their, two principal establishhienu in New York, viz; 125 .Chatham # 163 Grcctwich.Sts. They moreover possets facilities, id relation to the Tea Trade, in a very abundant degree, and'doubtless superior to any other ;Tea Concern in America. Their scrupulous regard to all principles that tend to elevate the character of a large bonse, is well understood, and ha* already secured tljem a connection, probably, larger than all other T\ea Establishment* united, aud consequently thoy ar^. determined to se...

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

X HE Delaware M. S. ^muran ce Company,' Philadelphia, have authorized the undersigned u> effect: Insurances on Bnudiogs, Merchandize, and other property, against damage or loss by fire-.r. 1,, ¦ t ^ y-" jThe immense resources of tne company,'and their, adbereucb to fair and hnrVorable principles' in- tbe Iranitacrion of all their business, entitle them to the confidence of the public as a tafe means of lnsara|nce. j . F. LUSR, Agent. Montrose, Jane 16. 1846. ' ' • '•'-,¦ win. THE rnblisher of the People's Advocate, hav" ing the use of an e^rtirely new aud modern assortment of JOB TYPE, pre now prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory style, all kinds of j JOB POINTING at prices to suit the times. .Pamphlets, j Bill Heads, Cards, ;. Catalogues, Handbills, | Blanks, &c. Pi luted on short notice,) and i» the best style of llie At. , ' ! .. - £3r ~ A share of the People's patronage is respectfully solicited. i ' July 9, 1846. i L«oual -a Scott & Cd's ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 November 1847

/ ¦ •¦VMti:-:'::r.:/ THE AmEBM AX FJLAO. 6Y 0. BATBS. ' Tha lag ef "iT country! fan r, proudly I ball Its stripes and ita stars, as it floats in the gain,. Frasn bsttksse it. tower sad matt.- o'er a land X, {rat, at ta« i irfby .which: t it. faaned! j^ urrncalike*a the tyrant i ud slave;- BaVtba^Undaid when rah 'the goodandtbabrave Haw aaaj aad graceful, its ti emulous moiion, At it curls to tl is breetn liki: n wave on the oceaa* AjmI Spreads it broad fold*, like an angel's bright 'Wiag, .«¦ 'O'ar ^ Uie freem in whoecomi d to be niledhy a king 1 " Taoogfa in wa« 'a dread pon motion it first was an-¦ ¦ Juried, v . Tat its aacttto a freedom ant peace to the world.. '¦ 'Thailand it floi its o'er is i b !antifal land: ¦ , , - "Tbejr who Hun jit alnft won i a glorious hand* *Bnt to gaard il from insult, >r fuemsn, thiukjren "There are spiels less daring, orheartsuowlesstroet JBo aawred, in the onset, no freeman will lag, Wh«a called tc defend the i anerican Flag. Ita fcoi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 November 1847

' | TIGHT BOOTS. About five years tigo I happrne i at a wedding in one of'the back woods c mnties of Georgia, at the.'house of Major S- . Being the wealthiest man in those psrts, he wijs desirous of giving a great flare-up, and for this purpose1 had invited a great i umber of guests to witness the nuptials of 1 he eldest of three blooming, cherry-lipped, stronglimbed, clean footed daughters. ' Aiming the invited guests I observed the (ace of Bill P. « representative of the county nt.tlw "University," whom I had known as the butt of of; his class while there, but Who i'as destined to act n conspicuous part on the present memorable occasion. Bill was in original—sui quient. He was peculiarly attached! '" '"" head, which was unique ili shape, add clothed with curls which resem: iled less Hyperion's than -the setting sun, in view.— He was six feet two' in his stockin js, with legs meeting u long way up, and more reseVubliug n pair of compasses, tliitit Anything i-Ue 1 can at prese...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 November 1847

m/^^^m^ ¦;i"™ • wteiBotrifc,, t'/-,:'Vv, (0O«o o> um wiat Sid* of tlw'Jhlbtie'AvWI"*-) ' %»vr;^»^w«^ ^SSSSiV^ iia daiivart, by parriors »ttka fuV li^Si^nmS«o rUonalviai the PnblishSr, tinle«SarrearaeM;mi'psjdi '¦ ¦ '"" ' """'' '"'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 November 1847

From the Democratic Review. DEATH OF RINGGOLD. Amid tt e carnage thi i he lay, His life- Ircps ebbing last hway, "And mingling with tt e gashing gore Of hernia fallen then before;. Nor felt be pain, nor fear, ot death. Bat with bis faint anc fleeting breath He urged his comrades on—"On to the combat!- -on!.1" be naid—" Hoed not uV dying or the dead.' It is vol r eoontry cla m» your might—On to tie thickest of he light! Stand ti II the last dro [is of your hearts Crimsoi the coward oerOau's darts^ I. victory mus. be' won! On tn tl e condist/so! diers brave'. Fight f<i r the hero's h rmor'd grave—' Fight fc r the hero's fc onnr'd name-*- Fitkt fa r riie hero'; j eajhWaME^, For the pride and gl« iry of the bold. 'Whose lil f-ltlood boogl it Jour liberty. And traced your eon itry'a name in gold On the ts ilets of eterni ty! ^ Ob' lei tbeir spoils xom die sky Ne'er see yon from t le recreant fly: Stand to ; -oar arms—d sfy-grim death-Fight wild your latest [raise and breat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 November 1847

'Leatiick Bstsaxnrs^-Ai the Historical Satiety, K. ¥., an original .letter «f Gen. IFasaaagtiM, prrseuted to that body, was «eati- at its regului meeting. It ii as followsi: ^: Newbeeo, 5ih Now. 1782.'. , .; 'Bear ilir: By Di. Gregghmndfou(ami joes ,£6. 9.3.v whic li appears to be the balasseedu* you for ya ur ImikU. ¦ j - -Ipraty you to get me made-by the neaa-«r««iicli>sed, apairtif (lie tiicest and Isest featberb veches. Iknow notalUriStirne, wbo Bte« teen«d the molt celebmted maker, oril^ *o«M n >t iroubie y ou with so •¦¦•all. -a 'saatter. Fa rmerly the -e was a person ca|la*i,il itkiiik, tlie Garabmis, hv whom very aeat lsraw«aetiweremfrd>. Whetbcr they. ar»ys)t «*• hai I kMw t of, whber do I know tbe fftee nfthe leather breeches at <h*s day,r-b*t. jf-tb sy ramey aent i i a«M rafleieaw, tba tiaat-4ieney i aaU be paid on detttaad^ I wo«(d tec !• I ¦«¦' them i ent to aw awiaaf Wfbisitta. YtduM&mkym fur retttvairaf mj recMeat that they nmy'ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 November 1847

"••' JtlisfeUanii.i I '¦' >.'' . FrwBpTdah's Simdaj.Tim.esai^Mesieagar,- : " DEAMrlArl'S LAKJE ' AaaA aoaae liciatcnts*f tMc Rer«la« ; ticaatry Wi tr Conatectesl wtta Itl ¦I- i h '' -,•. ¦ -. Il" \ , f he reynlut'uiiijiry history of Ne$v York, and of adjacent ground, .resolves itself into ihe doings of one long year—-not a calendar year—"js/lucli ennprises the .periotlt during which this city riu under bondage.! Many brave men, while this bondage endured, did all that jould be done to destroy the power and com ort of the king's representai\iev; and of these brave men, firm old Vfestvheater furnished the majority.: Their System of warfare partook of tbe characteristics of the guerrilju habit, sucti asj was. exhibited throughiiut the factional disturbances of old Spain. HVe have furnished sketches descriptive of I lie.se hands, which were orgnlii/.ed. for nil jpecies of patriotic duty, but mure particularly for the disronifiture of the ¦ tory " sfeiiuiern iiitl refugees."...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 18 November 1847

aLiOfS STRAXAOkM. The Boston Atlas translates the following story from the Paris Siecle. ltjis a gwid ?Jory enough, but we would not advise thn reader to be very pertinacious id believing «: ' - M.j One of the dangers at Ostend most to be guarded agtiinstarethe prefessionnl'gnuiblert). During the seasons of the Cariiivul and Lent, thesi knights nf the green tlotb keep themselves at Paris; but when summer mmes the)' scatter themselves nil [over Europe. Tiry follow the fashion, and tread in the fiiptsteps of its gilded votaries; they navigate,, at fall'sail,, in nil the Imnrtilime nnd mineral waters'of Europe. Thisjycar these bird* nf prey have spread iu large numbers over Belgium. They have ! already made some great strokes; they speak iof a Russian who was pillaged, in n single night, of two hundred thousand frniicsi and who paid it the next day, apologizing for having made them wait. At these watering places, where the hells are under no regulations:, the inexperienced are ne...

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