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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Medical State Coxvestios.—The Faculty of the Philadelphia College of Medicine have eleited Professor Gibbon and Jesse R. Burden I to represent that popular and nourishing institution in the Medical State Convention, which assembles in Lancaster, on the 11th of the coming month. . Hiy Mrs. Adams has sent a letter of acknowledgement to the colored citizens of Philadelphia, for their resolutions in honor of the memory' of her late husband. 1 Cexsl-s of Texas.—The Secretary of Statejhas reported to the Legislature the following censds of Texas: I Total white population, 100,508 Entitled to vote, 20, ' 7^S Free negroes, . . 229 Total population, 156,5^3 f

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Confirmations and Appointments. Wasiii.vgtox, April 2. The ¦ Senate has confirmed the nomination of Joshua L. Martin to the Papal States, John Appleton to Bolivia, and Elijah Hise to Guatemala. Gen. Shields has-, left for the West. He has been appointed Governor and Commander of Tampico. Col. John Garland leaves to-morrow for Missouri, to command the Third Military Department, where the movements of tho Indians require the presence of an energetic officer to suppress the anticipated hostilities. SJ~ The Huntingdon Globe records the death p! Alexander Gwin, Esq. of Huntingdon, Pa. Mr. Gwin was formerly an editor of a Democjratip paper, a representative of his county in the State Legislature, and a lawyer of fine abilities. We most sincerely regret his early death.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Appoi xtments.—The President has made tho following appointments: Charge d'Affaires to Rome, Dr. J. E. Martin, now Secretary to the Legation in Paris; do. to Guatemala, John Appleton, jnow Chief Clerk to the Department of State; do. to Bolivia, Elijah Hisc, of Kentucky; do. to Ecuador, Vanburgh Livingston, now an appraiser in the jCew York Custom House. j 1E7* The_Mercersburg (Pa.) Journal, a ivhig sheet, publishes tho intelligence of the revolution in Franco with this caption: >'TAe Progress of Vcmat-. raeyP True enough. . j Death of Col. Bompobd.—This gentlemen1 ,, for many years a distinguished officer of Engfncers and Ordinance in the United States Army, diedj suddenly, at Boston, on the evening of the 25th inst

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Ceremony of Inauguration. On the 27th. the people inaugurated the day, -at tlie column of July, 1830, in presence of the National Guards and people, " the date of liberty reconquered.'1 At two o'clock, the provisional government, guard and masses of people moved from the Hotel de Ville to the Bastile, where a short address was pronounced at the foot of the column, which was surmounted'by twelve tri-colored flags waving to the breeze. The concourse ol people was immense, beyond any means of estimation. More than one hundred thousand troops were under arms, covering a distance of four miles. The people numbered hundreds of thousands; and exceeded any assemblage which the magnificent events ol the past few days have produced. Lamartine rode a beautiful white charger, himself wearing acockod hat, sword, pair of epaulettes and a coat trimmed with red. His head is white, and he appears to be about fifty-five years old.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

A Refuge for King's! At the meeting in behalf of France and Liberty held in the Statet Capitol, at Harrisburg, on Tuesday evening last, M. B. LowrtEr, Esq.. of Crawford county, suggested the propriety ol ' instructing our Senators and requesting our Representatives in Congress, to procure the passage of a law. granting 80 acres oi land to each of the Crowned Heads of Europe, that they might emigrate to the distant West of our own country, settle down in quiet, become useful and respected citizens, and under the protection of the Stars and Stripes receive such practical lessons in the science of self-government as would undeceive them all their lives as to the efficacy of royalty. Not a bad idea!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

07" The Democrat, published at Kittaning, Armstrong count)-, has raised the name of James Buchanan at its mast-head, and justly and truly rerrjarks, 11 with such a man as Mr. Buchanan fojj the leader of the Democratic party in the contest qf '48, their triumph is certain."' I' hrDErisiTE HUTS op absexc^.—The Hojuse of Representatives of the State of Louisiana, hayn adopted a motion granting Judge McHenry umlim, ited leave of absence from the bench. This (is the Judge who imprisoned the .eloquent SouW fDr looking at him. The sooner the bench is rid oT such creatures the better.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

A Letter-Writer in Limbo. Mr. Nu.-iEVT, tho Washington correspondent of the New York Herald, who signs himself"Grt/n ' c;isiV has been committed to jail for refusing to disclose the name of the person from whom he obtained a copy of the Mexican treaty, in advance of its publication by the Senate. Whilst Nugent persists iu the re fusal to disclose iclio furnished him with the docu ment, he has, on oath, declared that it was not Mr Buchaxax. Such a declaration was wholly un necessary. No man, acquainted with the secretary of State, unless maliciously disposed to injure him would have cherished the remotest suspicion that lie had any agency, direct or indirect, in the disclo sure of the Treaty. ¦ ¦t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Lettixbs of Mail Coxthacts.—The Postmaster General says that the bids received lor the mail service, in the States of New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio, are now in the course of examination, and that he will be prepared, on the 13th of April, to open the books, and an - nounce to those interested in the bids, preparatory to the making ol a final decision awarding the coil tracts. Fi.vaxces of Fraxcf..—M. de Rothschild has intimated to the Provisional Government that he is prepared to observe all his engagements toward the State for the new loan. He has also sent 5,00 Jf to the Mayor of Paris (or the wounded.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

- . Appointment by the President. - . - , - , Charles M. Stoct. Esq., of Kaston, to be a Lieutenant in the 11th Infantry, U. S. Army. It really affords us great pleasure to announce ' the above appointment, which has been confirmed , by the Senate. Mr. Stout is now a Sergeanl in the t Li Wyoming Artillerists" under Capt. Dana, and has distinguished himself in several hard battles for his j manliness and bravery. At the siege of Puebla, he was in Capt. Smalls command, fighting his way to the centre of the town, from one house to another. 1 His promotion gives great pleasure to his personal! friends, who know his good qualities and appreciate his worth.—.flrgus.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Tlie New Government. Writing on the Gth inst, the same correspondent adds? I should not be surprised at the most extraordinary and important changes, without any warning, and to see an entire new government in Paris the next week, or rather a new set of men in power. Yet there are no indications decided that any change will take place. On the other hand, the national assembly is to ba elected on the 9th ot April, and on the 20th -to assemble, to be chosen by universal suffrage, eligible at twenty-five, and the number nino hundred, in which Algeria is to be represented. Who san forsee what such an assemblage of men will do, coming together under such impulses as now move the people ? And what wUl be the position of France at the end of the next thjeo months?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Boiler Explosion—Loss of Life. New Yoiik, March 20. The boiler attached to the Hope Mills, near the Central Falls, Rhode Island, exploded yesterday throwing the main building into ruins. Fortunately, most of the workmen were at dinner at the time, but the loss of life is neverthlcss appalling. Ei ght bodies have already been dug out, being the remains of six men. a -woman and a boy. Six more have probably perished beneath the ruins.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

APPOIITTMKX-TS roil PHILADELPHIA. —The Govcrnor has made the following appointments: Master Warden of the Port of Philadelphia, : Patrick Hays ; Assistant Wardens, Wm. Geissej James Magee, Robt. Evans, P. Barry Hayes, city of Philadelphia; Abraham P. Eyre,Kensington;] Augustus Stevenson, N. Liberties; and Thomas Graham, Southwark; Warden of Port Richmond; Philip Dnfiey ; Quarantine Master, Capt John H. Chey. ney. ' ' ¦ j •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

A MEETING of the Democratic Committee of Correspondence of Lancaster county, will be held at the puhlic house of Christian Shertz, in the city of Lancaster, on Wednesday, the 5th day of April next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Punctual attendance is desired, as business of importance will be laid before the meeting. WM. MATHIOT, Chairman Dem. County Committee Correspondence. Lancaster,^larch 28, 1S48.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Buchanan in Missouri. The Democrats of Scotland county. Missouri, held their meeting on the second Monday in February, and declared in favor of James Bcchaxas for the Presidency: Judge McBnuix for Governor; Ja.mes S. GnEE.v, for re-election to Conjress. and James Ellisox for Senator.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

ITJ" The Sunbiiry American, edited by H. B. Masser, Esq; makes its appearance in an enlarged form and new dress—and is now entitled to rank among the handsomest and best conducted weeklies in the State. We congratulate our friend Masses on this proof of increasing prosperity, and trust his enterprise will be properly rewarded.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

M. De La Forest, the French Consul for New York, has received instructions from the Provisional Government continuing him in the post he has so long and well filled. i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Appointments by Ilic Casial Commissioners. Col. Christian Kendig. of Harrisburg. and John Crans, Jr.. of Philadelphia, State Agents on the Columbia Railroad.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

E7*The proceedings ot the Democratic County Meeting, held hi this city on the 23d ult, in rer sponse to the nomination of James Bucha^ait for the Presidjincy, are spoken of in terms of warm approval by the Democratic press of Pennsylvania.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

. ID' The continued and severe indisposition of a member of the Editor's family, must serve as, an excuse for the lack of our usual quantity of editorial matter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Demands of tne Laborers. Within the last four-and-twenty hours the confidence which most people have begun to feel in the stability of the present calm has to a certain extent given avray. The fact has oozed out that the

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