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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 February 1855

JT'~J,^x 'A 6SI-w« stock op r ...-I-.., \, '"•j^TljfgjHOHa GOODS AT.;!.X " :"f l)USs^slJferl|ial» r^^^^tflloioe and ff the latest sttles of Goods to,be had any nrhefa taith^.comitrTVsad fpr the *ery Iowe«fe price. without variation.. ]; s'H;,T-|vx" i&EADYMADE CL&tHiNGxV^i M .&8^mm>*hte ai»' * cp^?^ *J ma^aa-{ajmu3dibon-iotheii-jtt^koT ctotSng, tj^i^u^dbw^iDr^pythihg'dcsirabTe;^^ atsuch pricoel"4irMfe-sure tosutt:;? tThe' 4cbd8.ye made first rate,:aad wo warrant IhdTrork tf be cuoal if??t£r*ei^W^*i!v*hefer«bllBrftai^ get. ptoj^c«mmrisc8. Coats, hn* t[lac% French SacksJ Ftecks[ASdBrisinesslXfirekd, O^crerimb; jean Sacks amiyrocks, also browh! abd Wkite'Summer plain aad^wflled. Tssrs>^Whr« atld eotdfed Marsaul^s, Vcleatia, Lasting, figure<( Bastthea, Bgur^ e^drsilk iMjS^tfavaadrevcry varie^;>gdMd aid k:heap. f^n«^neJ)l&k..C^r o«r?j, dbeskin>icol. tweed, nnmmeit atmr.' nn»n <t»nlV- nnttm^- «*^r-« ri.i_- : flhe...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 February 1855

x x^^^ A^^Acmom :\ "^^ !:--X)i^^iCElKrt^!^va!^: v. ' J!w«ialg*s^abd che4p^«t4tb^ of FaDCT,>Doai«a-.X;.nc;;aB4Stapl«G*>o*^^^ patm.aeonntf.ii One hundred cases-tWy QoedsTcoiii. P,risinith*pai*asfollowsH-. •-rw.-^. ft^ op. •-. . Ri*,9»ahgeabte;Silb, " Fashloiahfef^aidfki. ..\\p.stApen ^ •> : ¦ ^w^-SaggSJr.' . .'.^iKsid-^fJ -:; !* ' ;i Ftenchramtt^ ".••*'-.: Gia^alf c^i tl''" V«0".f^e*irJK8l*JBb.-"isssaBonnet «* •-' - .r-matst i'tlv: .rtwW.»' S^LS^r^^!'' '¦ --'- r- Veh«t Dress On iocs, SlffiAl5'-"-i-i'^,'!~-,-*^*^*, w^ PhwddoiCoBSaj ^^Ba^«a«!f Ihawh7 Bnghsh Menaces,. .: ¦ BrbchaT;:i,-l ?•' do Paramctto's r, .»->¦< if.-j^ffflk A> fePfev vJii.rn:*j^*w; ete-¦'¦ ¦ ."-"'.-. ;COptirya - j>..,. ., .. , . -V40tha,Caihaiii»4 : ft^.ch>aWdij''i^^:^e®He?Tin?^:--'¦ • ¦' • ¦ ^m^mr^ixoy^^ ¦iu^^¦ v^'y¦ &^^^^^^^: x'r .WWuglttChunlsettes ,-^l> Darna&anrBaka , "'» 'Cellars, ; Linen . do ^ do Muslin Edgings; ^ Irish Unens. do....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 February 1855

;¦ ; ¦y,-Lr _i_i__.;__—•_i_^_j^im .. - ~\TOu"ha»* just hchlcved a signal triumph, i On «to| K'A-Jb^^^9^!sa^ et8x^-Wth Freedom fori your watchs(Ord and the " terror of K»nga''ifcr vdur] (battie-a»Myi3tt:hs>awTbog lrt^ 1the. Oldj World 'wobld'-'aare-ahaken «fFthe trbwrffl # not th^^^ofa^tletpo^ md buried Wmbenejbh thtshatle*^ raias-of hisbwn thrmit And n6*' amid. vdarhigh;TeJcitmg» aad the Jubikntiboutsjol victory ^teWrjfhjSfad,! Ueseecl^y'ou forgeinot thdscl naatble.t^puicbs. xbpcianj^ the. days bfyone «o^e»^jMKid defeat,'and^ho -'tar, wuh..ywi. ir^w. in.pr«sbeHry«y^ «ieciss, tcjpV!CWli your. oatrpalrfc>tJefria^"f^ Derrrar, C'J ! iAP} Who oh theesttnjrj heights of far famed MontavSa{£t Has met yp^if^jeadliesiencmy and won the victory too! i Entrenched:within hlslgatcs'of pearl upon bis coon. .MWWS, J" ! . '->ii.'l' He ^ jreart a crown of aching nerves, and speaks fcSmY ^-••>*a"|groaits,-' I •; .- ; f ' AiHouawa'peattty'a round cheek, clouds the sweet .-....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 1 February 1855

i -' -vi ' .--' l'^ 1-.:. . ¦¦¦X:^. '-^ii -V-Vh!! HMbirVi... vms*AT* AT- jjj»i*> n,aii>. ^Tbo oth^r remttrk«bl^tblrfg;l | ftc wjffio ho*,1 pitnl for! <sts. v This W4S fobb^eotTbngjago by! a Tieh.fcU-lbvntg Mussulman,':.ajx* iisjijdno of th'c; bes,t;ci(db>ved.tU54iUitk)ns io'tbbvfcitj.—^ win old tnusquc is appropriated to tbb puFf prrnc, under the charge of several dire&oraiT and here sfck cats are nursed, horheles^baU find shelter, and deor^R'*a^i^tli^iiJ*pH4c away tbfjir|declining;*ear^ ITiev*hble.;catcgQpj en^br^ess^wr^UiiHib* ^^^^^. !*^!^!^ a aUa.tQjbiihold tluvco^rt>ti}w•<»r^td6ps, . and. tcr'raocs';e^(Kc;;bvc»queps^ffnVg "W|^h1 tJicrriIj Henj,obc%ith abRmedlihib' U'j<eoBhiiig a cataplasm;,"fhei^a" cataleptic patient' is*.tear 3criy caTepJbrf and so on through the ilbng; concatenaj^on of feline diseases. Afcppb, morewbl^icjoips in .agreater number of bati, llia^Kweb'Jcfusiifuiin, At b; rob' gb. gifes^'l - should tbtj...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

AlHTE'S CHOICE- Pod's 6ch)eJ\ *: Br EDITH MAT. I i Rudolph is a baron:— j He dreams till noon on a pillow fine;: ,"; " : From thedusk of eve till the dusk of dawn, ;'] ; Drinking deep of the- amber wine. ¦)" ! Bat Ladovic, the peasant, Mi - Lies like a deer in the dewy brake; j'. i VTithhU broad hand for a drinking cup, ,- li j Stoop* to a breezy lake. ' ''' i! Batfolpb rides to the knightlr chaw, i j Vflih hawk, and pack, and* mounted tra n; : Lodovie, with « single hound, ! ' [ " - Wanders afoot o'er the windy plain. ¦ • . ; The one will rest in a silken tent, - ' ' ; - When the quarry is' dropped, and themoi lis pti iyed The other lies in the cleft of a rock, ;.: " ! ' . ! Under a hemlock shade. ' i Rudolph will give me a palfry white, ' \ With silken saddle and stirrup of gold; i Bnt Lodovic, in'his arm of strength, . j Has-borne me iar through the heat and cold.! The noble has promised a chain of gems, ; . Broidcred kerchief and mantle gay; j The peasant will sheer....

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

JK^pijicqi. JE^ORACE GREELEY, Among the many books, which have lately becti issued from the New York press, none are more readable,instriicti ve, or better cak-u-- lated to exert a salutary influence upon the minds of the reader than, the life'of Horace Greeley, Editor of the New York tyibunc, by James Partnh, published by Mhsonj& Brothers, a book of 442 pages closely printed. We take the liberty, of transferring tojuur columns a page here and there, which will .show up a little of the early history of-one who perhaps wields a greater-influence oyer the mind* of the American people than any other live man. Of his parentage andI early childhood a reviewer of the book thus briefly states the main (acts: ..-'"¦ .1'!. ' "Horace Greeley wasbornat Amherst,Hillsborough Countv: New Hampshire, on the 2d day of February, ISI1, and is, consequently, nearly fbrj^v-four ywirs of age. The ijnaidfen name of his1 mother, who is spoken of| as | in many respects a remarkable woman, was ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

\ ¦ ¦'¦ [: ITie Lancaster1 Crun. | > Mtiriy of our journals, as well as those in ^Engliind, have endeavored" to^givd the public a triie idea of the construction and [nature of '.the alwive-named gun, which has wjon so much ffame in the Crimea, but we confess} rb have ibeenajnazingfy bef>gged with their! deserip'lionsjWid must saj that a little njiore reflecijtion'iwould have convinced every rtn^ of them who;lias endeavored to be wiseon^thesubject, -that it has been very soft. It ha| .been described by one as the " oval gun,'1thjat is hav.-,:ng ati;ovaI bore, from which we should infer "thiitiitrwas nitide for firing off eggs. ] By anjother jt has been described as liawng an ellipticjliorc, from we should infer ihut, it was useful jfor shooting eccentrically. |flj»w in the naine of common sense could a cast-jron ball be.rammed down a cannon if it Had a cohf. caliborij—narrower at the breach than the b^iizzli ? It is impossible. The Lancaster gun isjiiimply a Tiffe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

| psij:eii^coi|§' 8iiectlo»si S. : From the, Cliristmn Advocate; ani) Journal. ;'¦'!. I COLONIZATION, j ; African (colonization deserves the;;attcntion, atvd, in our]opinion; the united support-.of all the Ameriiian people. The continejit of Africa| iu its pfesent condition, presents!' * gloomy pjipture of suffering and degradation!1 Without cprnmerce, I without manufactories]! destitate of (the arts J6f civilized nations; it still remains sunken low. in Pagan; ignorance, ['a cipher, anibng the j^rand divisions of the globe. The little republic V»f Liberia is extending a happy influence oji that benighted 'continent'; ahd yet the future success uf. that littlh republic wull depend, to a great: 'extent; on t^p amoubt ofjemigratipn from the! Unitc<j Statids. '' | Tbeii restore to Africa her long-lost children, build; upon her-jshores! institutions,-bf Itjarhing, anjd jshc will yet.inhale -.be.breath of; life and ; activity, and the dark clouds bf ignorance apd ivice which...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

West Jersey not in the United States. When_confidence in human nature is at so very low an ebb asi at the present irisment, it is pleasant'to-know t- at it lias not deserted tlie whole earth, and fled to other sphiires.— Some of it lingers yet on the western border of our State at least; according to the relation of a traveller from New York, who says,that when he left the cars at Camden, he wanted to visit a place diverging from- the railroad line about ten miles. He was. entiralj unknown, though certainly a respectable looking person ; and, therefore, his first s irprise was, thai tlie stabler, to wh'om he applied,, should have fifted him out with a handsome horse and buggy foi; his journey with alacrity ,'and without the ^lightest recommei dation or inquiry whataver; The" next event.{that awakened ii-onder happened thus*. When- half way on his return, he missed the" valuable whip.witt which he had been entrusted.. He had left it, or dropt it, coming along—at any rate th;"...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

¦ ¦-,'¦¦'¦ 347^225- | ¦" '¦'¦¦ ¦:¦¦ _ ' . There they are. That{is tde whole.- Thais the number of the| pedpic who shape an<i . control the policy of our Government, th--choice of oitr Public Ofiic'ers, and the legislation of Congress—Tin other w ords, the Slave holdersof the Union. Treatiet, Laws, Appoint ments, Decisions, -are made ' vith the view off of pleasing them before all others. If yon doubt it, name the.President the Senate, thv House of Representatives, or the Federa! Court thaf pronouneds against, their views its any case where they have taUen sides? , . By the i rule of ;ttlree,' 337,225 is to 25,- - 000,000 as 1Ato 72.] Each bne Slaveholder. exercises more political pow4r than seventy-; two Freemep: "^he] nest .Auesfcion.is if. o country where thej sejventy-sepond part of the . inhabitants-.gpvern;, i$ a Re_{«*blic, what sort of a thing is'a Desjpot.ism 1 "| ¦"'.'• What an outcryjanjd bustMtherc would be. if the National Policy wai devoted, solely to . , f...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

| i Modern Church Music- All*. JJoesticks has comrnunicat'd to the Detroit Advertiser some of his experience; in New Y<>rk;. Having exhausted the amuse-;' mentk of the; theatre, the opera,; the jmiisemii; and the concerts,-Vic tried the churdh. The] following.is his accourit of the niusiee- "l Pretty so'on, nu^ie—firgani—sometimes, grand and solemn, but generally fast and! lively enough .for a contra dance, j. [B. D.f said the phiybr.got.a big salary tokhow off] the organ, and draw a big house.] jle com-| menced to play Old Hundred. At first.J majestic as itsliould be, but soonj his left hand! began to get gnriily among the basi; notes,; then the right cut up a few monkey i hincs in; the treble; Ifcft threw in a-large assortments of quavers; right led off with a grand flour-l ish aiid a few <lozen variations; lef; strug^j gled 'mournfully to keep up, Viut scon gavel outdt'ad beat,and after that went back to) first principles, arid hammered , awav religi-i ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

I A Wild ^Manl in the State -of Maine. A correspondent of the Thomas.! on (Mc.) Journal, writing to the.e,ditor|of tklt paper;, sayjs; ¦ ¦,;'. . ' •' ' '• j' ' ',On the morning of January 2d, jwhile engaged in chopping wood, a ^hortudistancfc from.-my house in Waldoboro'J I was startle^ by ithe most: terrific scream that eve* greeted my] ears; it seemed to proceed from thb woods near by. I immediately commenced searching ro^ind for the cause of thia [unearthly iioise, b;tit afier a half hour'sifruitless search}. I resumed my labors, but had "scarcej ly sjffuek a} blow with my axe *i;hen thb shafp shriek; burst.out. upon th^aairl: Looking ;up quick|ly I discovered art object about ten [rods ftpm me, standing', between two trees, which had the anpcaraee of a miniature human being. I; advanced towards it, but the little creature fled as I neared.itr I gave chase and after a short run sucoedcdUh catching jit. The- little fellow turned a most iml ploring Iook upon me, and then . ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

THE ISLE' ASD THE 8TAB- BY GRO. D. PftlSIlCE. ¦ . ' In the tropical;scaa, . •' There's a beautiful isie, Where storms Inever darken, The sunlight's pott smile. • There j the hyilin of the breeze , ¦ Ana the tiymn or tho stream Are mingled fft one, Like sweet sounds in a dream. .There Hie.song-birds at mora Frpm the, thick shadows start, . Liko-musical thoughts'. From the poet's full heart. " There the song-birds at nooa ' ,• Sifcinsilcnce unbrokeo, ' Like an cxriuistte dream:-In the bbsoni unspoken. - There the flo-feri hang; liko rainbows On the wiMwood and lea—O, say, wiltthou dwell _'¦¦ .-.'', In that sweet isle with me.? ' " - . ! ; \ '.-.=. In the depths of,thesky v '"-,'"' • There's a beauviful star, ' -' Where no yewjcasts a shadow, -¦ -• Tlie bright scene*.to mar, There the rainbows ne'er fhde, ' -. And the dews are ne'er dry, ; - And a cii-clet of moons ' ' v Ever shines in the sky. There the songj) ot the spheres, Arc unceasingly heard Through'the infinite years. -. ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

' -. .-. .,; -.;.. . .-.- - '. ,.-t. -.. .--«i; i--:->> .:••'-, ASiiigidarFa|V'.,.;; ,:-.,;-,i'- \ A valued correspondent, says the Sut^v/s-Mna Journal, who is a faith til and reliable minister of the gospel, writeii td us from the interior of Florida, and at the close of his tetter gives the following account, which to many of our readers will, ]>robably, be a hew fact in natural, history.> We will use bis own words for a heading to bis articlfc "".' /> ¦ Tlia TRAVELI.ISO PUT rEBIXT.' 'In many places in the siutbernparts'of Georgia and Florida, during the jnontji? of October and November, the re niay W »*en a species of-a deep yellow butterfly, with some slight touches of black on their winge, measuring some 24 inches i rom the point of one w'mg to the point of ie other, going six or eight miles to the hour Tbefr precise course is some four or five degrees ' ¦ east ipf-| south; and when they meet.with a forest; too thick for thera to penet...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

United States Senator. Some of the pro-slavery papers and rncmbcra of Congress deny that the recent election in this State was a Free-Soil victory, and assume that therefore Pennsylvania may still be counted on as the land of Doughfa :es; We believe that this is decided!v an error, and that the.interests of freedom require jts correction as soon as possible. Massa: chusctts has just testified anew her devotion to right and humanity", by electing to'the United States Senate, Henry Wilson, a vrellkr iown and uncompromising opponent of the Slave Power. There is now little doubt that New lork will re-elect Win. II. Seward,--the. chief opposition to -whom arises from the fact that ho is strongly anfi-slavery. Several of the Western States have also recently elected, or are about to elect, Free-Soil Senators. If the Fall elections-left any ^ doubt as to the position of -the North, these elections of Free-Soil Senators must remove it.—- Among the rest, Pennsylvania is called upon a...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

CORRESPONDENCE. ¦ 1 .- . '. . iFor iht hidrptndmt Republican, . i Hon- G. A. Grow-Messrs. Enitons:—Were the course pursued in Congress liy Mr. Giow to be questioned by anv paper or by aav party iir this county^ I would wish for no worthier; cause for my pen than his' defence. : The strong,, constant and ilctcrnnncd opposition he has offered to tho encroachments of human slavery ujion the tights of northern frccroetii receives from his constituents the warmest commendation, ami ii>b«t iwiwrous approval. Ttic eloquence ;nnd sound logic of his Congressional speeches have won for him an enviable reputation. In short our county can be represented in Congfessby no better and by no stronger man than Mr! Grow." In'this country men are made to represent principles.;' It L« seldom an opportunity is given, to vot« directly for any principle or measure. La«t fall wc voted for or against the Prohibitory Liquor' I,aw.^—Bat thisj was an isolated case. ' We usually vole for men whp adv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

Bepublican Meeting at JackBon. - Pursuant to; notice a meeting was held ih Jacksi m on Thursday evening, Feb. 1st. . -. | j James Miles Esq. was Chosen President,;ahd John Gunnison Vice President. . i,\ • L.- P. Ilindy Esq. being in attendance was iiitrodt ccd to the audience, and addressed the rhecting at length, in an Woquent and impressive speech. After the address, the following resolutions w> re presented by J'. W. Cargill ^ and after some appiof riate remarks by him, Were; unanimously adojitcd. Jicsolecd, That Slayeryjis a moral, social and po ileal evil, existing in violation of the laws of nature and of God. ¦-;., i.( ' i JtitolrrJ, That the extension of Slavery over \ be territories of Au'r. Republic—tlie'controlling influence it la exertingjiovcr the national goveiTiniciitjis.cn(lnnliec gering the. lights, interests and satetyo'^The . Uaborers of the-;Northehi States. . 1," JJtctolvcd, That the interests ofthe free-States demand the immediate passage ofthe H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

lf: ; !'. ' | "' Area; of the States and Territories. \ . According to the census .report, ,the'hrea of the United States tind Territories is 2,i|3t5,-16G sijiia^e miles, "rhe following table, [takx en from tjiat document, but transposed sb^hs to give each'its proper rank, shows, theiirea of each Slate aiid Territory: </^. v .' j !%!j/*/«. 1 ' / iq.'mics Nebraska Ter.j. .?35,^S2 ' North Carolina,:. .60,704 Utah territory,..200,170 Mississippi,..,... .47,156 Texas,....;].;'.. .239,504 New York, .. .4J,0<)0 N. Mexico Tor... 207,007 Pennsylvania,, j... 46,000 Oix-gon Tor.,1.... 185,0-23 Tennessee, .. .45,000 Minnesotafer.,..lCfi,025 Louisana, >'.. .4J,355 California,;!..' ... 155,980 Ohio,......... L .'.8|»,954 Wasirgton;Tcr.,.i23,<t22 Kentuckv, L ...87,680 Kansas,.;. I.. ' :.. i 14,798 Indiana,". . U. 3Ji,S09 Irid. Ter.(Kitn's.)-7l,127 Maine,...».....'.. .3J,7fi6 Missouri,. 'J '. 07 ,:-80 South Carolina, J. -. .2t>,885 Missouri, .1 , 07 ,:-80 S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

jlntinresting Correspondence. "-,/• V. \HoOSEOK UEPltESESTAlflVES, 'I ) -'.-:.. i i>v^Harrisburg, Jan; 18,1865 ^J >>;Hoi|. Ifivii} Wilmot--Dietr \slk -.-iiyonr friend| here will bring your name hefo^j the Legislkture in connexion , with the ojficeiCU. 8. Setja'tor. The main objection urged against you arises out of ai\ impression entertained by mdny that you are unfriendly to the great interests of our State. Wd should be iilad to kcc you here, but if you cannot visit Harrisburg before the eler> tion, please give us in a letter the history of your course in Congress, on tho Tariff question, is there seems to bo a misapprehension abroaii in regard to your views, if I liave properly understood them.-" Triily yours, B.-Lapoute. "% 1. _| Montrose, January 22d, 1855. Mv Dear Sir :—Your favor came, to hand last evening. I do riot think I shall be at Harrisburg. Tlie week vacation between my Courts would be mostly occupied in the journey,-leaving me but'...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 8 February 1855

INDEPENDENT REPlJBLICANJ j ' - , . , CHARLES T. READ ASD H. H. FHAZIER, EDITOR! MONTROSE, PA. Tbnrsday, F«braiiry 8, IS 56. in

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