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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 April 1848

, - , r7-TTf -jra. ... ..T; a :M-T M IP TD '. . SBasSanWanSnBnaBSSBana,an ' s $ " PnflVR ALL THINGS! ITfTn PASTTHATWiiii'iMo . . , 3- uuuu . . V OliUME I. THE EXAMINE!.; ; ..in, W-'- Jenoraaa S ,nt 4M km I th font 0r. TFHin. THO PA lib SEYMOUR, rciuiiii ' COM. MUM CATIONS. ;. uas obrved in my last that slavery vjtild piobably no' have no existence in .u- rn,tl States, if the following Mosaic , a;uw had not been utterly disregarded: -He that steileth a man and selleth rum, or it he he lJU,ui 'ia s ian ,ie sha' le surely put to death." It was likewise ru marked that a servant who was maimed by hi master became immediately entitled to h's freedom. In view of these two regula tions it was reued lhat ,he naJoS' llwee0 the svteni of Hebrew servitude and the sys- . J.i-arir la lAIlKr 111!. tem r.T .iiieiicau ia. -""-i- :t. There are oilier arrangement oi i the M.vvii'- law which deserve corisiuera Every seventh year" was to tie "a uon. i of ret unto the land, Sabbath idrthv L.rd. Ihnmgllu ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 April 1848

1 t i 1 THE EXAMINER. I. C. VAUCHAH. Emtm. r. tWHV, Awirtii Emtm. LOUISVILLE.: :APRIL29, 1S4S. Kev. Jess . fee. Mr. Fee vilt be the general agent fur the Exemiaer, and U fully authorized to receive subscriptions, and receipt for them. We im4 not five him a word of commendation. Ilia oa a work ceanmend biro, and ha will be wrU c Jinsd by ear friend wherever he may go. . TWey Braterala. The day of the jubilee of the toleralioa of all opinion in Turkey waa joyoualy celebrated at Constantinople by men of all creeds! They mettogtlher in a (rand union meeting a brothers; Armeuiaus, Jews, Americana, English, Germau; and together they eat down to the table of the Lord ! No division waa there then. No confusion or discord. One voice of joy and thanka went ap to the one God, in hymn, and prayer, and apeech, aj if one heart only beat responsive to Ilia will! A gloriou example thu! How happy it woold be fur eaith, if every-where christians were known only by each anions! M. Blew mmm tfce -). Th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 April 1848

Krm Tbtag"- Wa notice ...ore or leae6IUt.ouou tbeeeuBtry geforw , leadinf oueeu - - V -u S0B f.rs. u consider t fi-l Ivan. SB Conuecis.-a, "'B tad Wisconsin, hsve passed ..H",- .k, teaJisr, 6tat.?ehav limited u ho-'; th prlvile,e. f '" ,. ,k- of hold I or property ana !!, of cree ch.. But lb. greater cUBBfe. tb T" " . K(fTd i the iara. TtfU . asnnrtw.-- New York WIKt my i 'i bl bMd 10 u" N"" 1 u a u.oi from hi Irttw. lions! and n ill. main V belter and wiser a J iio t ai every contemplation of the "LT; ,d wretchedness. d crims. to which . sesm borsdeesly construed. J "!aTl7 bUt.U. in our ItC. cilie. i.7iBssBds of laborers, receiviue , hr nstur. sad wilh scarcely the hope lh;T r"tr" ever dswn upon then., U uf" l7 .i.rs.Hiiioa materially iiu- t 111 BM . ..... ... PTha.lih aad employment, a uaan i mora StS M - ."-PPJ- kv- ir " :" . i.iui bT which ha holds ".P ti k.i nrnri.ion cia he make for ' i r? Perheos burdened with sacks increuinr bmily. hs cannot rersrd each ad- mMA a iih uodenne...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 April 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. From Um Looaua Dailj eat. . Tkt Tbn I'mitaii. Tbre ar three preachars trnr preaching , Each with eloquence aad (-over; Oae te eld, wiLh lock of whit, Shlaay a. aa aachorite; Aubt preachsth vry boar, Wild shrill, fanatic vtc, t Aad big t' ry cora; "Backward, ye premptaai aalioas - Maa ta misery is bora! Bora to drudge, a ad aareat, aid differ. Bora to labor aad to pray; Fnesls aad Kings ara God' Vicegerent, Maa maot worship aad obey; Backward, ya presamplaoa nations Back, bo bambie.aad obey! The second ia a milder preacher, Soft bo talka, aa if bo aeg; Slook aad alothfal U bit look. Aad bia words, ao frona a book, Iaaaa glibly from hi loaf ao. With os air of oolf-eontoat. High bo lift bis fair white baud "Stand y eUll, yo roaUoaa uationa, Aad bo happy all yo lauds! Earth was made by a Almighty, Aad to meddle la to mar; Cbaaf la rash, aad ever was ao We are happy aa wo are: Slaad ye still, ye reetleao nations, Aad be happy aa ye are. Mightier ia the yoaager preacher...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 May 1848

4I ! . . Ml .....1 , , ) It- .: Is -,... -xlj ' , .... . j J"" ' 1 4 -hi f-k .- t. 3 'u-:"-ft "prove alt things J HOLD FAST TnT wmcii is cood.m " ' 1 ' r t . a) S -.,: k j . -f . -1 1 a .- . . .1 rk j- j V.- 1 II I . , I I . , I - I I I w 1 I It .v - v . . m a m .v a. a - m vi VOLUME I. ! II . ,i LOUISVJLLI',', KY.: SATURDAY MAY 6, 1848. I.- )S NURIBER 47 THE KXAMINEK; ; . ..ihi iVwkir. Jrf Mm-u di tut oat aa ike raM OAUfv - i TCU1H. Trto IHUXABS l"E AHMU. IS ADVAKrr. PAUL .SEYMOUR.' I'M Maf law War.' ) Bii(it Chun h, Bi lingfeii in thit $UU-, n k,biui m tlH-wrv, ana in iMractiw, th-f true -ult-iarut uf rf Hie nicieat, 'I tin a an, aikJ UiimL Molliing M'rtiiiini?U mo f.uen from Bcaustiei-an)"i("-oa"Hr lie i in tlir jMilit, Kle ft'"" - J" ,M j'Mk Lit liglil t'f fcK)iiWIdi!irtwal-j-ilo Uiey jert4iM lolli nl-t"ltTof wirly ami of ieJ t oalliae axe lUe Mt-aUMiM k A, uj U iiu emu 'iwiir aiiswt-is Ui-m kllinualiTrly, ien-al5 tMt fc-ari-jsly. ,,,e ,,IJ i"fi'":,,, t'"'1. U Wi Juni JcnuiiH-ii...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 May 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VACGHAM, EmtoI. P. COfBY, AMmrr Ehtoi. LOUISVILLE: :MAY 6, 1S48. By.riay. Looking over an exciting account of the For eign news, we came across this paragraph: Tlit society of Friends ever active in benev lence, have etrtd a new enterprise. They have taken several hundred acre of land la tbe coun ty of Mayo, (Ireland) for t tie purpose of cultiva tion. Large numbers of the Peasantry are now employed at tbe rate of from fed. to lOd., prepar ing for oats and potato sowing." How lite them! No show, no professions, no Dome, they beat of distres; Utey see it; Uiey go right to work to remove it. Tbey do not aay to the peasantry, "we want your votes we are your patrons we see you are all starving, but they buy Die land, and then announce, 'we w ant laborers, whoever will work, we will pay them for doing it." This is benevolence. It is true jjlulanthropy. And God bless the Friends for setting the world, in so (jiuet and modest a w-y, such noble exam ples! UiH Kan. A corr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 May 1848

HE , J'rt.-EMin M.Awi.' Oa TUBiWiWf aced 44 yearn. of Fortuiiauia protracted lllneti, Vwwe with Tfc.werif' eodedj our betoveif (riewd teal rL- P1 composure sue .U-d the at depart, bra lbs suae! casus the . ..j.. a., iraiber! home. ' . v,rf iuaut kr depertor, r very dear J71lI.-k-r- her. Who ...r hJ4 , , ,...,. or framed to tlit word whtrb tre r.rf brta.ntuuad tW ( alum at her warm, if,-ciiouir yni wttfeoat Uivuag hr Jta. we am fret l d,-rs ,a Hasrea our sorrow U euht -aranes. " ; AJv, Un- tU herea- heart a. th. IT saro (nnd cauaul ccet U aranc of Himrt weuaniie to Heaven's love. Tkl XMata Oaf W i:a. Dotioi.ef the Tmitory Wicoa.ia j, iaeeed Proclamation oeciariuf that Ih.CeB.titulioa Utaly uubariitted te the people of that Territory for adoplioa, preparatory te th.i, aseaminf the pooitioa i a teie Antrim Uaioa, hM oeen approvoa "J jority ef 103 vote out otM cl- Frt the .Irw Orleans Delta, ol April KJ. .! frea IHealoav. n.. Pfiiish West Indian Mail steamer Aeon, ar rived off the North...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 May 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. mpff aiowc. I am enJy happy wliiu aious; TbB I MB think of thee. And hoar bo harsh discordant loo To break my revery. They UU dm that my heart is cold Unsocial, too. a ad Strang; Bat could thev ooo its inmost fold. How boob their thoughts would change! Now thoa art absent, every boar Seems doubled with Despair, Wboaa stern supremacy of powor Crushes the bright and fair. I woary of tho shortest day, A grateful whoa lu rfowa. Tor whoa might comes, I steel away To think of thoo alooo. 1 look apoa tho tarry skies, A ad worship each ainall gem; Bocaaae, I think, perhaps thin eyea Aro gating, too, oa them. And than I wonder if thy lor Bo constant as my own. And if whilat viewing them above, Thoa think 'at of ana aioaa. I nil not with tho joyous throng, Whara gtad beam aptly meet; I never aing thy fav'rit song Tho oaa yoa call so swset I koep it, cherish it, for thee; I call thataong my own. And never is it sang by mo have when 1 am alone. My thoughts all tendiag le one ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 May 1848

VOLUME I. THK EXAMINE!!; rsUib4 Weekly. ! Jefferson IV. , Mil door toil nne ia ih rM oihs. TKIIDIM. TWO lrf.Ll.A ITR AKM'N. IV AHVAXrr. PAUL SEVMOim, Ucksalr Mnvery, Ac. jtf. WrsrooTT. There I'M been a violence rent ruBinurswBy with some negroes. Mr. Hl. V ell, IMiw that some hun dred of individual assembled in frout of a pri , 0fSc in this cily, and assailed the buildii .ih misailM. obliciu the persons enquired iu their usual employment, to abandon Unir leg; al occupies If that does not come up to the reolleaian'i definition of violence, 1 do not kuow what doe. 1 wae desirous of introducing thia subject without nn appeal to auy matter which nivhi betippoaed to li behind. I believe that ihrtse milter hare uothiur to do with the aub .act aud'r consideration. But ether treultemeu mr chosen to eire this subject a diriereut di r-iion Now. iu Ue hill which I have had the houor to iniroJutv, the provisions art almost identical with 111 law bich baa been in eale tenc iu miuy u.' the States...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 May 1848

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VAfCHAN. Emim. r. COBBY, A amn apt Km-ruB. LOUISVILLE: MAY 13. 184S. " The rankae f despotism mast be felt to U realised. We cannot ksow itbj description; Be tanagiaaUoB cm poval K eat aa it to. The other day we stated that the Emperor of Rasais forW the paper fa Poland from boU cinr the Revotatiea ia France. Sine thea. according le the French Joaraal ia New York, be hn told them what U aay. The w arsi Prsas cental aa the following notice of that event. all Pari Y.i- eras r'llkt which WSI DfODIDt' lypatdowa. Ilia Majeatv Leato Philiippe, le seriously inJtopeeed, aad by the advice of hie physicians, he he resolved to aheUia for eoine time from the affairs of Government, aad gone to take the eea-hath atBrirulea. Oa the king's deoartar there wae a elirhl cemmetiou, which was repressed, aad which resulted ia the retreat ofM.Gaixot. Daring his abeeace, the King has confided the direction of affairs to Coanl Mole." Hew despotism, with iU shame, fears the lirht! How it ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 May 1848

sw"t. wj I.4B-. . ' U..J.M iMsgrPu TV Bot. and ..hst M-.' .TT f. ad a .U.nn.B. -'Jd .lUMiT. thefuof v.1..- ".r wi ..Ui. review. ,,l - . l. did not ' 6t ia- . u i v.". - i i . rkmm . . ki- unrte- - - jyrty ve-nnie . i "-- " 1 ,itu ! t-R- ' w-r '-IT: ' . . . t 1 ;Kri htul OilUM IB iw 'rT r-r .nd ether In i Est- b "Vu. iLl hired ia Hi .1 wbirn . ... . another ie MUM L. Tb,rt-T " of a book binder, ia S3-! irxzi: k, . k.n..in7. Iff w" I truer w c,,rur " .i found ia i I flat th .aa nave aw.---. . , C4M.U , , pcrSOB. ..." - L-h- Ul',, kil arrival CaBsed palB- a l.,inritll. .j r. DM " j. at follows: - w " . . ..... 4 l.il.rl ahould have nna ink lliWba ------- . lm 10 COilKIHW hjl W? - l h.d.od ai tear - curfw u air aatura oi ry lUj from ...Maam linmBMliaiBir W aiw ... ..,.1 to aod. IU.1 -c - .UUuieal 1. tiad ia oar Amifi axchanffM contradif tio. f iu truth, aa ,.. ..nr-l. of M. Llbri'i t) "I" WIlr..aococ. ...-.dlhat. B.wWtrtc Tr M ....iJ bv Mr. Baia, I w. - -. . - i i lti .. in thi co u try...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 May 1848

LITERACY "EXAMINER: Akt mmm BSelow. V tMXSa BUCB4V. Mighty river, oh! mighty river. Rolling Lb abb and flow forever Threnrh the city ao vast and old; Through maaeive bridgee by domea and aptrea. Crowned with tha amoka of a myriad firaa: City f majeety, power, and fold; Thoa Uveal ta float thy water dull Tha white-winged flaeta ao benaUful, And tha lordly ateamera peaeing aloof, Wiad-defyiar. aBa ewift a ad etrear. Thoa bearcat than all an thy aootherly braaet. ieaea won rtcnee, at trade'e aalteet ; BonitH trade, avheae visa and cara Stock tha garner and 11 tha horn. Who gtvee a luxury, joy, acd pleaanre, Stintleee, eanleee, oat of aaaaaara Than art a rich and mighty r.var. Rolling U abb aad flow forever. . Doleful river, eh! doleful river. Pala oa thy breaat tha enooabeetra quiver, Through, tha elty to drear aad c4d City ml aarroara hard U bear. Of gailt, iajueUee, aad deepair City af anlaertea aaUld; Thoa hid eat belew, la thy treacheroaa wmtera, Tha daath-old form of Beaaty's dang...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 May 1848

p"Y. .......... . J J 'i V 1 T ' V : ' j ' . i J , I ii. .'. .I i. t . PROVE ALL : THINGS ; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." ' ft , .1 n-u ,"i i . , ...-.. . , . t I . 1 ' . . ) ' I ? .. I , . I i, , , , - , 1 . . .. a - .- VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; j la le row . TEHMI. ' TU POU-ASS CIAVU. IS ADVANCE. PAl!L SEYMOUR, : resiiaass. shim av raoa siiaorr;. Arrival fthm "" Ttf .(ruu inttftutauuiA reached her wharf at clock, Sunday afternoon. Hoeiou.aicueo he hrinf errn cay" i""-"'" t " V?pre?.ent below as full a outline of the in tf!)jft.ucea ran well be furnished in the apace at nrdi-pol- Although important iu n.aiijr res 1 u has a,.t the Martlmg interest of thul which t7 recently pour-d i upon us- Continental coinitiie- sri'in W be sealing down into quietude, France and Denmark excepted. ( ,,0111 all af counts, belaud appears te be on the Teueof a civil war. ' UeilifceiM-e has icached us of lha regnUtr orsan liUi 4.1 taartiM i" SottauJ. . , A,Tou;iUonn bet ween the Russian Gut enmietil -nj ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 May 1848

THE EXAMINER. r VAt'CH AW. Ferree. L0U1SVILLE:::::::::MAY L'U, ISM. ' Ti.e Rev.Jaais Fttrnii Cuii ktitlti cawhed the !itoral ckarge ef the Christian V.'orld. Us aay Te edit paper properly, re mrot nil the tin and ikeagkUef at least .oe !. To li.w every editor ef a paper will it'pixhi Ann. . .-, Aulntwrr Wfereu The varieta K at igloo and Philanthropic So- af the eaaalry, KM teat week la New Yark City, Bad kad, eWabUaas, a proCiaU d jvyous tiute c-f it. It M UMxa; te look over lb reports, end e Lew ad verse sows of thm ar to each ether. Here ia ea baddiiig, oat a), "at are in the right, aod knew it, ana sneea te alaaul by .1 " Thea.ecroe th way, a traly strong aiiad ' ad speaker "deaoaaces hi neighbor, aad ail hie MifkUr'c dotogs, as leading to aia, misery, aad rata. Porta ant i it for as, UiaC are hart axrk f ration! ef eaascfct Mom fortunate fur a atill, that Frv ideaee works oat rasa It frees ear con trad tclious, aad eppeeiiieee, M bBef.cud U ell! - Wa caaeot, of course, giro aayt...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 May 1848

mt tbe Tut I'mon M or Maf, I lying be 1 :.-. a I n a Asta k id n A t r V -a ithr of r,PtUo lt n.tM-UUI ..... aJv.ui.gcou.ly kuTi magsxiiiei. r -'i11 J cditaU U th tft;,tiwhefurMiie i Liviite AE W hit received I , u.fl aumbeit of this ever welcome .i.rrr rutllent joura!. lie -umroary 1 mta,aud its foreign coriwepkltdeoc t7it at the preseut moment, au iLttrts; V ... mher periodical, that w know of. Okie" peatr' Fajaokiaa ttt m Vrifhtr Th , it a seat raa.plil.-l, of ninety ail pages, nuled in thU city. J contain. faithful ar cCaalfh rapture, detention, aud imprn of th Auirtican Prieoueis its Met ice. .... ratnu.ise history ef tlr marc I of r-.-rkr Cavalry through th II Je rasas of ArktuM Texas. nJ the disputed" territory, to . o . r.rande. torelher, Willi locideata aad lie m - .icb-of" '"e ik "J ila.ice. The facts were detatleJ by an oBicei .... ... riar. The Wo waa written by Robert V. J'irJ. f ,h,i I. there have beea coBBiCting letirn:r,ie f. lb several r"rt" ct1 "f f "f1'" cflVere h...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 May 1848

- ' a-v r"M er , MTEUAitY EXAMINER. I be f elre af tfce Gnn. - I corn te-nup, creeping everywhere, iif U tluely rua-i-aioe, Ga the sua ay hill-aide, Cloee by tie aoiey brook, la every ehady nook, rn crerpicf.creepiiif everywhere. " lute I route creeping , creeping everywhere, Aii iirn4 the open door, 1 V here ait the egad poor. . . . Heie w Urro the children play. I. tlie linglitead merry May, j I coidecreepiag, creeping everywhere. Here I ton efaepiag . creeping every where, In U.t iibtpy city etreet hi y t-iaaaat face you'll wieet, cu-niijj lue tick t heart,' ' TJ.f Iia Inlay pejrt, -jlesUy t iju, crwpiag everywhere. Here T vorue creepier , creeping- everywhere, Yau cafiuot ate toe cout.tif, - Nor trar my low .aeet feuaunlar; For in the .tarty aught, ' ' A Ad the giii mwramg lifht, I cHue qaiet!y creeping everywhere. J'jie l rcmerreepiar, creeping everywhere, Mare welcome una tLe Hewer, 1 4 summer's pioeeaat hoar; 1 r.e pratlacew la glad, AtJ U merry bird not end, ' ! Tc aa ute Cr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 May 1848

... ... .,.1 . . . ,. f,.. ,, ... . - J A: J- Hi'. 4 ' ;j . i I 1 n i A X -. 1 ! PROVE ALL T things; tioltj PAST THAT AV1IICH is! GOOD." I'. . li (S -i " i A ' v.f. .!. A . V .V LA' A . Ll A ' Fa-A A V I II U ! 1 T . - - W ill - M ar w, w. W Wan V - -v n. m M P V n w BnaaaBBBBBT II OLUBIEJ.. LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, 3IAY 27, 1848. NUMBER 50. " . m a I B.I Tl). I THE EXAMINER; I IM foe" 0e. . , , PAUL SEYAIlBi New V " UEIK L1" fB0M svOM' i . ... a HimVa at nf Vf an r, codt from Ui muu -a ii th following additional details of the - t N w York on S.lurd.jr ereuu.g Ust. ba- v - Pot. the LnTOj from ihe Initrd I h&U M ei- .. . ..ir iria a U1T wilh BO rrei u. k.nnr U) nl " u'J Vui Klhr iifc , in hich th. Churrh U"t, . V, fear uom the roreniinenf, new ihe mmeul from Uie c hurch. Coat.nctt cont,a.im SSioiiRh there -ems U be gTdul im- nrnTfuunt, not ud the (Ktliuctl uanui i""1 n.,h i ADril. iniellicenre At Alton. 'j i.kinr of the town ot &cnieaa- ""X troop, ol lht Cntedeikn, .(let t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 May 1848

THE EXAMINER. r. cosby. JOHN H. MEYWOon. TvOCLE BLTLLtt, honor. J. C VAl'GHAX, Cmrrm,pnding Zditmr. LOUISVILLE: :MAY 27. 1843. We earnestly request teoe of our aubecribers, w ho have sot yet forwarded their aubcriptkiia tot the first )ef of the Exaaiiner, to Jo so at once. A two moje numbers will complete the fcrst loluue, tho bo ttitend continuing the paper, will pleas send us Uieir subecriplmns ft the earning year aNo. Our temts arc, in ad vance. C7" It give us greet pleasure U lufonu our ' readers that several citizens of Louisville of dis tinguished ability have promised to contribute freely to our editorial columns. We also have assurances of constant aid from a noble band of correspondents ttcattered over the State. While we welcome good and able articles from any qntitfr,' we are especially gratified at the deep interest thus manifested tjr so many of Die true hearted and strong men of Kentucky. Ia a few weeks, tha first year of the Exsmi ner will hav been completed. It ia na...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 May 1848

we should wy there was nu koi If oh the other hand wo e-arhanair, ... ...vrt for Franc . ,iste tu ultra Freuch reports of Lome, .... . I..-. M tl.,1.. ll.ut foreign matters, uvu... w.... , ...... - (IVu ar w certain. We not rely rier. W ret, " b,t c"" Ul ob'r aw i .U nathii falhtr aLi f fti and draw such conclusions from them, as . ... ..nimsal war, t may 1-e, But yrt, we it will nl'i,n ,f KusNi" wma'n . M Nicholas seems disposed to do, and 40 ' i,Ls even oidmaiy pnidcncti on the European Governments. It is not likely Dan. Uf4 W,M IrftieJ, suit"8 bv friendly inlerfcicnce , Eiig'lJ. or ly mutual concessions, v. hit h . r&ulrd out to the belligerents. Nor is it " . .. . .... 1 !.)... -ill ...Aable that m- ntmue. The Emperor lias offered Indtpeiid 10 North Italy, and Charles Albert i-.iirssk uioie. Supposing these matters a r ,i ,nj that Ftnca adopts a Coattitut km, n..v we see no caue for war anywhere the contrary, there exiU the very UiongJ why all the powers of Europe should . n...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 May 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. The Baesr Prr la tbe Pmt !Haa's It was a darksome alley, , . Where light but seloom shone. Save whoa at aoeu a sun-ray touched The littla till of stone. Beneath tba poor man 'a window, . Whose weary life was bound To waste, at eae dull ceaseless task, Tbo passing- muou roand. Spring's dewy breath of porfunaa, AasTsamaner'a wealth of flowers, Or tba changing baa of Aatumu'a leaves. Ne'er blast his lonely hears. Ua kaew, too wall, whoa Wlater Came bewliag forth egale Ho know it by hie tireless grate, Tbo wiaa and plash is g rata ! Pierced by tha froat-wind'e biting, liie cheerless task bo plied: - Waat chaia'd bin ever to tha I By tho littla window's aide. Bat whaa tha day grew loager. Ho otolo oao happy boar. To tead withla a broken rasa, A paio tad alender flowar. Haw tenderly ba mord it. To eaten tho passing ray, A ad omilod U as ita foldad leevi Crow greaser ovary day ! Ilia faded oyoo wars lifted aft To watch tbo aaowdrop bloom. To him U asaaaii a star of light...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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