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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 December 1855

If 0.V.W. SHOWN, Editor. t - ' - - J, ..1,9 r?M lws 'ba-rved ins own . mve.ca , rt.ltFrfetfiajvDfrr lfSei that glorr in. ihe rude implements (or die bat !e field as der. Clark attempted to s..n . re . Cenianib,e - , if- immoWk. lW.degradel. was wid.in their reach State roan M other mghi but the ball - fft. I : -Wclve deferred t!:eFub!icatfonUi-.UeId Jn!. :iWe piity- Id.,. Sever diJ a Welier morning dawn on 'passed through legof on of mh own We regret to learn U.at the dwellings V ::t ir..ur'pi;ru'JuU Monr Vvmyig. lie Wyndiku-LUar-rpVild the world than- was Sundayrthe 2nd-of Tarfyaud mangled i su-bady ir JM?. 'an J the murder- Si int wVW in- oom Kb loss of his ember Tl .e day pre vious was cold gvbto it will be neary u, ampa- burned to the ground, on last F 1 V ... - . rcaMiutras:x5anv.ilr-x-tt?e.wm- am cheerWs. ba; "he wo holds Uie tait. . Tn,.Uv'mm;.,tf. SW Rtmio men st , Will the prre, io whom we nd tlis lir !e m udvanc, be x ttad. as to r.euik;n tJ aorreguIar.isi wsa&ri Lr wi...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 December 1855

1- - - - ; - . . . . J? BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE. KANSAS TERRITORY.' SATURDAY:; DECEMBER 15,1855; NUMBERED- mm: Jije $cW)id of TeeDoSrj). G. W. BROWN, Editor. tafffCDCe, Saturday, Vet.lo. 1&J. 5 i FILL AND ACf RATE ACCOUNT OF THE Invasion of Kansas Ten, pjcratlia Day of tie Murder of Dow, fovni to "the Disbandment oi tne Volunteer Army! . . Oar town was thrown into a high state r sc!Dnnetfrcii Thursday 'last by the ;nil?jJ;Vence from near Hickory Point, 'm this Territory, that Chas. W. Dow, This was the first props' of ihe new !.i pun'' man ak'Ut twenty-two years of Justice(?) Our people knew nothing o --Le m0st inhumanly murdered by his appointment as sov.nyir foni f ' artv of "boixler ruffians.' Mr. Dow people of Missouri until Tuday last. t-'iUd been to a blacksmith shop where Whenthey did learn of it they fell ?sen of these demons incarnate were t.rrerr;lted. One of them drew a rifle n him3 and threatened to shoot him on i lire sp t, but finally set down his weapon ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 December 1855

a i abled to ride about one hundred rods, with the assistance of hi brother to support him, when he fell, and soon af ter expired. An express was dispatched to town by j a person who saw the occurrence. The j invaders leave the lerritory or bite the General directed a detachment to be j dust. They could not conceive that the sent for the body, as also .for witnesses, j people of Missouri had any business Several persons appeared before the here, and they resolved they should not Council in the evening, when the above ; remain though ten times more numerous facts were elicited. 1 than they were. ' Mr. B. was a person of very exempla- j It was near noon when Gov. Shannon ry character, formerly from Ohio. He ! again appeared, with Col. Boon of West was forty-two years of age, a gentleman port, Mo., and one or two others from f large property, and leaves a devoted that State as an escort. Negotiations wife to mourn his loss. His body will i were again entered into, and it was near fee e...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 December 1855

liie'pd of Jnztoty. Lawrcncf, Saturday, Dec. 13, 1855. Another ElecUon Talked ot It is proposed by many Eastern papers to send both Gen. Whitfield and -Gov. Reeder bck to Kansas, and "submit their clain for a seat in Congress to another rote of the people under proper restric tions. If Congress vill enact a law milar to the provision in our State Con 11 stitution regulating the election, and will froard the ballot-box by penal enactments, and pay the expenses of such election, the people of the Territory will be truly Mad to try another test of their strength. Thanks. Hon. J. H. Ljlxe has our thanks for numerous valuable Congressional doc uments, among which are the Reports of the Patent Office, the Apendix of the Congressional Globe of the first session of the 33d Congress, the Constitution, Herdon's Expedition of the valley of the Amazon, &c. Look to your Steam Gauges and Safety Values. The following is from the Pailroad Record, Cincinnati, and demands the attention of enginee...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 December 1855

Ropresentatires. - 2d. The Lawrence, Saturday, Dec. 15, 18J5. Governor Reeder in Tennsrvlnnla w j . 4 . , f We find m the Easton Argus the fol- lowinsr report of Gov. Reeder' S reCeD" lion on arriving at His lormer nome in ' ' k ' 1 r ' ' 1 '''-! Pennsylvania, i ; ; Arrival of Ex-Govzbxoe Rezdeb. ; The Hon. A. H. Rseder, arrived in Easton with the 1 1 o'clock train on Tues day and was warmly and enthusiasti cally received by. his old friends and fel low citizens. A lare number oi A Iare number oi per sons had assembled at the Philadelphia . UCF; w wwwuh, Uiui. was formed, which, preceded by Pomp s - i.oroeilJana,rwaiiirawin.Araer:;pW,pfi u:,l!ltnni flTu1 w tTlA lean notei, wnere ueorge . x ws, on oenau 9i me pwpie, . rrcnrcu Mr. R. with a very neat .and appropriate t i i i . i j . speech. He assured him that he still retained the undiminished confidence of his friends and former fellow citizens, who were glad to see him, and who ap proved of his bold and manly conduct, ince his resi...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 December 1855

blest - hose f st kicl b he ?l I TOEE.1,0. desirous of 1 iar.mqraj n meat of , tivi. Ife' wink sf const r; ale the ;.J i Jong r thin T. . . . : . . ! J , - - -- " - - - i . , -- - . - - " " , a ... . . r i . ' r . ' , I , i . - 1 , . -. i t ,' . . - . '- 'Lot i BY G. W, BROWN & Original $oefrlj.. ; Jlr A Herald rf Frttdcm. The Lone Flower. BT HEXO. ' Eeposinjr on the parent vine, ' ' A rooSot-t flowret met my : Sweet, unis-aminr, half divine, t .Nor conscious of each brilliant hue. The f re teni had ehed his flame, - And swept the distant prairies wild ; Yet &afe frcm the destroyer's aims . - - , That fragrant flower looked up and bmiled. It was a glow whose kin i Unz blaze Flung brightness o'er the blackened earth, And in it chaste and gorgeous rays . I knelt to it transcendent worth. Jfr heart unclosed as witn a kiss I scanned its glories 'er and o'er Unchided clapped unsullied bliss, And would nave clasped for ever more. . It might not be time's mighty arm Between us clef...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 December 1855

W5JO f--' tjc-r .'VTf;'. ev t-v tX- : - - (ateh -J" road i of e 01 8 of Jfje 5f eSrSD of Sreedoh). G. W. BROWXT, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Dec. 23, 1855. Free State Ticket. - I"0B COTEKXOB, CHARLES ROBINSON. 70B LUrTIJTAHT GOYEBKOB, W. Y. ROBERTS. roS 8ECBITART OF 8TATI, ;P.?C. SCKUYLSR. ! r"' TUB TBEABCEIR or STATE, jTX WAKEFIELD. .-; r i ' ' r -. -: ' : , i IOB JUDGES or , 8CPRXXX COCBT, .;: 'V s. N7. latta; v M. F. CONWAY, ' ; MORRIS HUNT. ' : j roa ATTOKXXY 6EJERAL "j H. MILES; MOORE. ', i ... JOB ACDITOB, - G. A. CUTLER. JOB STATX PBIXTEE, . ; ' joiinspeer. ',. FOB CXtBI 07 BCPBIMZ OOVBT, V. . S. B. FLOYD. fOB EXPORTER OF ECTBElfZ COrBT, E. M. THURSTON. ; JOB KFBEStNTATITK TO CONGRESS, MARK W. DELAHAY. V Ticket of the Free State Party. We publish, in another column, an official report of. the proceedings of the first Convention, of our party for : the nomination of candidates for the various offices of State. We most cordially en dorse the ticket it contains, i Some gen tleme...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 December 1855

Jl)e Jfel5 of f eeDoh). Lawrence, Saturday, Dec. 20, 1855. Ourselves. Will each of our present subscribers turn to our new prospectus, and observe our terms for forming clubs? Those who desire to aid us can do so by getting up clubs in their vicinityl We have fa cilities for issuing an edition of any ex tent, and would be glad to publish a large -one, believing it would aid Kansas, by making her position and wants better understood throughout the Union, be-" sides enabling us to get up a better pa mper. Our losses of last year has a ten dency to make us cautious in our expen ses on the new volume, until we see that the friends of Kansas are willing to do their share in sustaining a paper here. We intend to put our new office in first rate condition, set our power press in motion, and be ready for an extended business with the opening of navigation. Then, with our full-sized paper, of supe rior quality, we feel confident of our ability to meet the public demand for a sheet which has ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 December 1855

Kepresenraxives, G. W. BROWIT, Editor. awresce, Saturday, Dec. 22, 1SJ5, 1 A Road to. Leavenworth. . " , Th8 importance of a road from this point to Leavenworth U growing niore apparent daily. Actual measurement shbirs it to be" less than two-thirds the distance '. that Kansas . City is from us ; and all who have traveled over the route unite in saying that' the country will ad mit of a very level and straight road be tween the two points, whilst to Kansas City the route is circuitous, and quite hiiiy; ,;:' ;"k- - " Another good argument, which we have mentioned before why our business on the Missouri river should be dona at Leavenworth; instead of Kansas City, is the fact that the former is in Kansas Ter ritory, and in building up that place we are building up ourselves, , and making "our own Territory more wealthy and pop ulous."" Territorial pride,' as well as in terest, then, unite in directing us to make Leavenworth the. point of our connection with the Missouri river. But ther...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 January 1856

W vv v cod, 'tf mtssioj; d Mane Provision Call and S '1, 155; - 4 tes, f ain street, 23, '55.1 be foff Ja General Co., X)iIlfIS.f ITNSfXr Ice onjii krritoryJ an. 20, 'd ICITOIf 1. ' j Tence, R i h 8d, 1 of land jonary w State,,! my ba( angle d ridow, age at rmer h ount t al want unt. rentnnf ha prq very h otters confii 'No obtaiii xliutc 'tfico. Sam 4 I Cli eturetf dl on; e&sly todiJ ly tcfcJ soil 4 J re in rom l Hoi! oard.4 mdtH t, Mo vardiX rem . T Uar1 J, a libc f. ortij avi at I loci resi TW nd k a; ar BV G, W, BROWN & r A Poem from the Hidden Path. BT KAKIOX IIXELAND. A pearly mist, like a yonng bride1 veil Floats softly o'er the sea, And p riaome waves that all the day Uar fashed and danced in glee cb rippling niie now padded away With the autumn nun' red glare lie hualied as happy children bow At their mother1 Knee in prayer. .: The ame pweet calm i on mj heart ; - The gentiy heavinsr tide Bears now no trace of s'orms that swept O'er it in wot pride. Tie surface sleep...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 January 1856

lije fjetyld of ffeeSoh). G. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Jan. 12, 1856. Fre8 SUte Ticket. TOB COYZBSOK, CHARLES ROBINSON. TOB LIICTJOJAifT COYfcJiSOB, ... W. Y. ROBERTS. TOB UC8XTAXT OF STATS, , P. C. SCHUYLER. m Txxurxz cr tati,1 J. A. WAKEFIELD. o jrocxi or erst xi cocbt, S. N.- LATTA, M. F. CONWAY, MORRIS HUNT. TOB ATTOE-VIT CKVXEAt, II. MILES MOORE. . TOB ACDtTCB, G. A. CUTLER. JOB STATX rBIXTTB, JOHN SPEER. roB cine or ecpbexz cocet, S. B . FLOYD. rB BzroBTiB or errazvc cocbt, E. M. THURSTON. TOB BFBISIIfTATIVE TO COGBIS8, MARK W. DELAHAY. Virginia and Kansas. Since the patriarchs of the Revolution were gathered to their fathers, Virginia has turned a deaf ear to every benevo lent appeal in behalf of her servile popu lation. While her illustrious statesmen and orators "were on earth, it was considered no disgrace there to be known as an abolitionist. Washington, was a' theoretical abolitionist throughout his i life-time, and a practical abolitionist on his death-bed. ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 January 1856

j 4 i Jf& ifellS of jeedoty. lawrence, Saturday, Jan. 12, 185S. Tri-Weekly MaiL A tn-weekly mail is now running regularly from Lawrence to Westport, Missouri. The contractor is Mr. Estosr, of Leavenworth, a gentleman somewhat j ould bring us the scalp of George W.I The Constitutional Convention of Cali famous as the Secrttary of State of Mr.jow.n.' ?r llat ,of '7, . negro-thieving raiaconvennder a proclamadoof Walker's Republic in Southern Califor Dia. ine stage is cuuiui ututr, cicgaut and commodious, and. the horses are youn and of a good breed. As soon as navigation opens, Mr. Emory will open a route from Leavenworth to Lawrence; Lit emigrants from the East sail from St. Louis to Leavenworth and then come to Lawrence by Mr.Emory'sproposed stage route. By doing so, they wfll aid in building up Leavenworth, a Free State city in Kansas, keeping down Kansas City a pro-slavery town in Missouri, and, on their arrival, be nearer Lawrence by jfiieen miles than they would be bj the ot...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 January 1856

priiiteii: jV sow el electif; 71 IiifS of reSo'fij.. li-Wrestf, bamrflay, Jan 1Z. r xr v e .t. r- m n We have information that EuTiutxe, Improved Fire Anas." and 13 miau!acturin2fire-arms. said to be greatly 'superior to' Sharp's." They caa be loaded more rapidly than Sharp's, . . ,ii i and wul carry a two ounce bailor dug with great precision for a mile. They load at -the breech. Common United States musket can he sullied with the improvement, and furnished complete with bayonets, by the wholesale at 812 a piece. Every pioneer to Kansas from the East- should provide himself with a Wt9nnn nf defanf. tsrifh n rrnnA trvlf ftf powder and ball, The Border Ruf fians ha:e not yet given up their design on Kansas. , fhe on!- arguments with tyrants are those of a personal nature. Thayer's rifles are sold only to Free Siaie men. . Llr. Eutchlnscn. Our representative to New England, J. IIctchissox, Esq., is doing yeoman's service in the' cause of Kansas. He has visited Connecticut, and address...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 January 1856

j J .-4 BY G. W. BROWN & r )U Herald if Freedom. ' ' , ' The Kansa3 Pioneers' Sons. ' Now let huzzas salute the j I And banners streaming wave on high, , A from 2ter England' rocky coast. And from tfc land of Freedom' host, The Pioneers, a steady thronj?, . In crowds for Kansas sweep alonx, Like ripples starting small and free like billows rolling from the sea They rise and swell from shore to fhore, Ana spread the plains of Kansas o'er : A band of brothers strong and free. United firm for liberty. Kesolvcd to make the Kansas free And stay the curse of slavey. Now let huzzas salnte the flcy ! And banner wave in glory high ! The many tribes are going The mighty flood are fiowin?, That shall Columbia's heart secure And hold her western gateway sure ; No slaves shall pass yonr prairies o'er, 'Nr reach onr great Pacific shore, While freemen watch the Kansas eatos And gnard that highway of the States. . A band of soldiers strong nd free United firm for liberty. Resolved to keep the K...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 January 1856

- ' ', LawrcBCtv Saturday, Jan. 19, 1858. G. W. EltQWIT, Editor. Tho War Renewed. -' .'- Two expresses arrived here last higlit from Leavenworth, bringing the intelli gence that WAR had broken oat in that Ticinity. From what we can gather it seems that the Council of Leavenworth passed an ordinance prohibiting the Arnmrv rf vlt in fViA itv frw trio a tion oH StatoTo&cer on the ISA ; iosi., unuer tue new vuusuiuuuu. CTKTlhe'Free StateTmay or jTeUheFliad or'didTignid a 'pnsIaTtfry mayor : was;;snbstttnted . or, the uouncii.; me new xnavor issued a Droclxmation in ac cordance: with the direction of the Coun "j cil forbidding an election. ' The judges, as provided for in the Constitution; ad- ournea ine eiecuoa u iqo couseoi i. A. Mixjlrd. in Easton.-seme 12 miles i iiwj iuT m j.uvut,; uwiv n vi hi, vu- uv were opened on Thursday last, and the ; cise their rizhts as- citizens. ' - ;,-? . i . The night previous in; attempt was ' made to gel possession of 7 the -house. ' to control th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 January 1856

I" 1 Jije ifeiD of recDoh). Lawrence, Saturday, Jan. 19, 18.56. Tha FestivaL The Primer's Festival, on the occa sion of Franklin's birth-day, come off on Thursday evening last at the Cincinnati House. - Some fifteen memWs of the craft, with an - equal number of ladies, residents of Lawrence and vicinity were in attendance. The J festivities were opened by partaking of a f upper prepar- edforUie occasion, "by Ladies Hued fe Hall, which has . not , been previ- ouly equalled in the Territory and sel- dora outs;de of it in its choice selection of viauds, pastries and all the delicacies which epicures could desire. After the cluth was removed a President and two Secretaries were appointed, and the night passed rapidly away amid speeches, toasts repartee and son?, in which each person present participated, and seemed determined to enjoy , himself and help his neighbor do the same. The parly adjourned between two and three o'clock on Friday morning, after instructing the assistant Secretar...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 January 1856

Lawrence, Satarday, Jaaf 19,vlSa8; ,,,;, Tke South ya. Kacsas.; ,.: ' It is really amusing .'to jsee the mad schemes of. southern men to entail v ery on Kansas .. V Georgia proposes to ap--; propriate 8 1 OO.OCO from her State Trea- ury wj aiu in me enterprise. vc iac- holder offers his entire effects - for sale; "and will donate the whole to pay the expenses of poor men from ' the South to " Kansas ; another, offers for 825,000 to bring one hundred pioneers, from the South to the Territory Georgia, Ala ; bama, South Carolina, and Mississippi, danger of their favorite institution here, . ana are moving in etery posMDie way, public nd private, to secure their end. Suppose they should succeed in .trans porting their "paupers" in fact to this Territory, what would they accomplish? - We have a State Constitution, one adop tted by the actual settlers of the Territb- rr Tr? tcTiiMi will cm infr nnpratinn on J , - 0- -r the 4th of March next, which positively prohibits slavery in the Terri...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 January 1856

BY G. W. B110WN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS NUMBER:4M0WJME;L 3 Political. Kansas Question-Senator Brown's Proposition. ) Hon. Albert G. crown, - one .01. the Senators, has written a letter J the question, "How to make Kansas a rye State?" After alluding to the Lkwardness which slaveholders exbib jn responding to the proposition, to 3e money OV iumiuuai suuscnuuuna aid . of pro-suvery emigration, the tor broaches the following plan : ; Every slaveholder has a direct interest "f "lie question, and every one should tribute in proportion to his interest. A fa l am satisfied, all, or nearly all, r.) allvill'n'j do, if proper guarantees A fare gi'en 'hat the money so contributed &s 10 be judiciously applied. ; To ensure this, and at the same time to itaia speedy and decisive action, will it U.10Q iadred and twenty-hve thousand aoi- r I. ' it. 1 1-3. in sue ti hii emereuuy wie pevpre iqH not grumble, if it was assessed in Lrch and collected in May. This sum, iiciously laid out, would bu...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 January 1856

WCSt-I--: Jlc if etylD of " Jree5oii.' G. W. BHOWXT, Editor. Lawrence, Salnrday, Jan.. 2G, 1836. Gov. Shannon's Resignation, Keports reach u that Gov. Shannon has gone to Ohio, and has resolved on resigning his post as troveVner of Kan fas Territory. We "greatly; regret this determination, of his Excellency, and feel confident the people of the Territory will do the Fame.; Ha came to Kansas laboring under a mistaken opinion as re- j garded the tone of public opinion, and in consequence he took several very inju dicious portion, among which were his speech at Westport before his arrival in the Territory, in which he endorsed the acts of the raob Legislature ; his af filiation with the Bordcr.Ituffians, and his taking them as his advisers ; his partici pation with the so-called "law and order convention" at Leavenworth in which he was used as a cat's-paw by more know - ing ones, and was finally prevailed upon to affix his signature to "An Address to the people of Kansas Territory, and...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 January 1856

--- -- J ; i - A 1 . . - E'k - - ot3 da 2n - A 3 51 3 The gci"ofifreedph). tiwrente, Saturday, Jan. 26. 1836. An Important Law Question. . Bj the act of Congress of July 22d, 1854. entitled "An act to establish the office of Surveyor-General of New Mex ico, Kansas, &c.,V the 12th section, after extending the pre-emption law of 1841 over the . Territories, concludes as fol lows: ; - . ' , ," "Provided, huioever. That when tin- purveyed land are claimed by pre-emption, notice of the specific tracts ' claimed shall be filed within three month?.' after the surrey has been' made in the field, and on failure u file such notice or to pay for the 'tracts chimed before the day fixed for the sale of the lands by the Declamation of the President of the United States, the carties claim- such lands shall forfeit all right thereto ; Provided, said notices mav be filed with the Surveyor-General, and to be noted by him on the township plat, until other arrangements shall have been made by law f...

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