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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1843

-i te c ATrTew"Y6rktonthe j4th instant-the" large jewelry establishment of Messrs." E. & S" S. Rock- well No.&Ajto'ifrHQUse was entered and' robbed of diamonds pins watches .pencil cases' spoons end 'other articles -to the amount af eighteen or twelifflKonsan'd'doIltrs. - .ir-' Asbestos -This singular substance which has as yet'de'fied all the' efforts ot chemists to analyse it inasmuch as if will neither melt with fire nor dissolve in water and is entirely free fron(fete or smell is found in considerable abundance' in Pennsylvania at no great distance fronfthe torqugh of York. Wp nave been shown specimens of this article constantly used by Mr. John Scott of this city in Ihemauufac- f lure of bis patent fireproof chests which will to those who have never examined it doubtless appear to be quite a curiosity. We learn that experiments are now making of the applioation of Asbettos to other articles which are required to resist a power- ful heat. BalL Am. Progress of Temperance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 November 1843

m ftoetrg. From the Anglo American. INVOCATION OF THE EARTH TO THE MORNING. Wake from thy azure ocean bed Oh beautiful Sister Day ! Uplift thy gem-tiara'd head And in thy vestal robes arraj ed Bid Twilight' gloom give way. Wake dearest sister the dark-brow'd night Dclayelh too long her drow-y flight. Most glorious art thou Sister Day On thy golden chariot throne Whilcsittingaupreme in regal sway Thou boldest tby high effulgent way In majesty alone. 'Till into thy cloud-pavillicn'd home In the burning wert thy footsteps come. When last thy patting looks I caught V hjch turn'd to smile "good night" With all a lover's fondness fraught There leem'd not in the universe aught So precious in thy sight As thy wn dear Earth while to her breast She folded ber slumbering babes to rest. Oh! may a joyous mountain rill And many a rushing stream Calm lake and glasy fountain still Tall grove and silent mist-wrcathcd hill Long for thy coming beam Uprouse thee then fair sister dear For all ate pinnin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 November 1843

ibp urn1 mil ihim n - l ---t t M 0 RTHBRN 8TANDA1D . OH AS. DE-NI6RSE 3 I 1 LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TOL..2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS NOVEMBER 11 1843. NO. 2-. y;.:ems PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The Noktbxbn Standard irpablished ereiy Thursday at fire dollars per annumVin advance six dollars at the end 1 of six months or seven dollars at the end Ol the year. Subscriptions ior six months $3 in ad vane: or S3 SO at the -aspiration of tho time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half per square for the first insertion and seventy-five cents for each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line orer a square will be eon mArmA tivA nirstp cii-toon 1!mw tki X. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be :.....) r. on .. --'. " HKU 1UI arti l1.. UUUUU1. Not exceeding twenty lines 830 per annum. Not exceeding-fifty lines $50 per annum. Announcement of candida...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 November 1843

fcs ZzrXrkMrTi i r ifcT-!5?S&-iMrr Til'iiMiBSii S m TITHm JTsmHEsmsKsi ' o ? ' 'tJ"y! The Northern .Standard. - CLARKSVILLE " SATURDAY - - NOVEMBER 11 1843. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN HEMPHILL OP WASHINGTON. FOR VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM EJCLNES OF GONZALES. P3 Exchequer money will be received at par for subscription in this District 53 We take occasion to tender our paper us u medium of communication for such of the Members of Congress from this district as may wish to keep their constituents informed of their acts and the acts of the whole legislative body. Frequent communication of this sort through the public press seems to us strikingly advantageous to both parlies". It keeps the constituent advised of all the efforts of his representative to serve himand tends to orevent misapprehension or mis-statement of his set. We are satisfied that this course is more especial ly agreeable to the great mass of the represented i"1" any other and it is eminently republic" in its cha racter. It is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 November 1843

c c w race we know to. by .a brave no active and etficii-nt officer wholly unlike his opponent Col. Martin who to use hi JAlanhia) uwn lnguageLis ''if a Gtncral t mil iuiuiaUysa" ''' If the pest u an earnest of (he future Col. Wyati ifclfctfd.'will tnakewi officer of wboea the Brigadi may we!) be proud - J A VOTER Red Hirer. Nov. 7. 1843. P. S. I notice an'Hrticle In the last Standard over the afefln'tare of " Justice."" 'ih5irhicti I am charged with beiaff actuated with feeliflirs of hatred towards CoL Martin. This is not ibe fact. I have ever been friendly with Col Maitin and resp-ct him ns a gen tleman yet 1 ao not Iook upon nun as qu.innea ioi the office he seeks; and if Col A( is to be praised for bis boldness in speak in tj his sentiments in other elec- tions why should I be censured for sp-aking min in this I can assure Justice that he is certainly mistaken wh.n he says Col. .Martin's course last summer in the congressional election influences nr- in my present course for I s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 11 November 1843

H ffefe5s "i: ; sta 2 ..a 'Pottrti:' A BALLAD: . . r. - r T - BY TOST HOODpJR. " There lived an honest fisherman I knew him passing well Who dwelt hard by a little pond '" Within a little dell. A grave and quiet man was he- Who lor'd his hook and rod; 'So (rnt ran his fine of lire His neighbors thought it odd. Frr.5cicnce and for books he said He never hid a wish No school to him was worth a fig Except a "chool offish." This single minded fisherman A double calling had To tend his flocks in winter time In rummer fish for shad. a- ! j. li In short this honest fisherman All ether toils forsook And though no vagrant man was he Heliv'd by "hook and crook." All day that fisherman would sit Upon an ancient log And gaze Into the water like Some sedentary frog. A cunning fisherman was he His xhGL.Es all were bight And when he scratched his aged poli. You'd know he'd got 3 cite. To charm the fish he never speke Although his voice was fine He fonnd tht most convenient way Was just to " drop a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 November 1843

K OH TH E M N STAND AM D; GHAS. DE MORSE LONO SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 2. 1 "i PUBLISHED WEEKLYBY C. DE'MORSE.' - 4 r- TERMS: ' . - -I The Nobtrxrn Staxdabd is peMished erery Thursday at fire dollars peraairo-H.in advance six dollars at the -end of nr months or seven: dollars at the eadoi the year. Subscriptions loraix moatts$3 ia a vanes or S3 50 at the expiration of the fate'. i Advertisements wiH etasertelat one dollar and a half per square tor e erst wsertNn and aeventy-nve cents for each subsequent iftseraev. Eight lines or tinder will be cnasidered a suture. Oae line over a square will be con? sieered two: over sixteen liaes three &c. Yearly adveniseraents net exceeding eight lines will be iaserted for $39 pcrannum. Netetteedia--twenty lines $j3o per annum. Net eiceeimg fifty lines $50 per annum. Xnaewceaent of candidates for office 310 each. W dMtisement will be governed by the yearly rates un- tsa sneciSe con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 November 1843

" m jst "sr rf r r JJC- V amaigamationlchiefly composed" of carbonates of ib- da having subsequently to jts liquid state underi gone a rapid crystalization has enabled him to lay down a -species of extensive ice-plat smooth as a metal mirror and fitted to please the heart of the subtlest skater were he of the Baltic seas or Polar. The ensemble of tho gallery is rendered complete in its .detail by its cast of ornamental design. One side of the room is barricaded off by railings foFspel-taiors. Alpine scenery enriches the other three. Prom the base o borders of the lake rise grottoes decorated like Calvpsb's. Beyond these and forming a portion of the landscape spiry steeple Swiss auberge and low thatched cotjage vary the architectural groopihgs of the scene. Further in perspective peaks and snow hills mingle with the sky indistinct and shadowy; while the inteivening vales and ravines the light blue mistssteam by inrerial softness. Even the ceiling is made to add to the general effect;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 November 1843

Wheat CRopj-rThe- Ohio Statesman estimate the product of wruat in that-State the present year at 20003000 iHuhFUi 4 - j 'I- I It 5 stated in one of the Michigan papers that the wheat crop of U)ityear will be'tour thnesXhat of the year.preceding. Thii'would make 20000000 bush- en nMwui.lolsuu1JW10T export .jtsrf . - t- ' ' ' . . ' " "Mummy1 Whk.it.-A. Bcouiah paper the Cale- donian Mercury sayc In unrolling na .Egyptian mummy in "the Phebaid'in 1838 which xvasascer- ktained tabejSOOO years pld eeral'icad8 of wheat were dUcovered. A portion of this mummy .wheat came into the hands of. the'1 Earl' of Haddington; and on the firtt.of. November last yearhis' Lordship's gardener sowed four seeds of it in the garden of Tynninghame The produce is at present nearby 100 stalks about six feet high and the ears have froiWF 45 to 55 grain each.. The ears have beards not unlike those of barley; and the leaves on the stalks are long ana nearly an men broad. The example of the old English merchant '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 18 November 1843

&- Ju: j. .:. .11 JC TT EM j- Voaqg? HYMN OF THE MORAVIAN NUNSATTHE CON- SECRATION OF PULASKI'S BANNER The standard of Count Pulaski tha noble Pole who fell in the attack noon -Savannah during ine American nevoiu tion wasofcrimjonailk embroideredbytoe Moravian nuns of B ethleha m is Pennsylvania. When the dying Came of day 'Through theehancalskot its ray Far the glimmering taper ahed Faint light oa the cowled head And the censer burning swnnj Where before the altar hnn That proud banner which with prayer ' Had beep consecrated there; And the nuns sweet hymn was heard the while Snug low in the dim mysterious title. Take thy banner. May it ware Proudly o'er the good and. brave "When (he battle' dittant wail Breaki the Sabbath of oar vale When the clarion's muilc thrills To tbe heart! of these lone hiljj When ihe spear in cenOict shakes And the strong lance shivering breaks. 1 Take thy banner; and beneath The war-cloud's encircling wreath - Gqard it till our herpes are free Guard j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1843

THE NORTHERN STANDARD i .. r CHAS. DE MORSE VOL. 2. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The Nohtiub!? Standard is poMished every Thursday stare doUarperannumin advance ix dollars at me ena f six months or seven dollars at the end o( the rear. Subscriptions (or six montns3 in advance or S3 50 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and a half per.square for the first insertion and seventy-five cents for each suDscqaenv insertion cjgni tines or unaer wni-oe considered a square. One line orera square will be con- sidered two; over sixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $'20 per annum. Nat exceeding lnty lines 30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines $50 per annum. Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. No advertisement will be governed by the yearly rates un- ea specific contract and payment is made before hand. Political addresses ana obituary articles charged is adrcr- tisements...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1843

The Wealth or Antiquity. We find in an- tiquity some instances of splendid wealth. While writing magnificent trtatises upon contempt for riches Seneca had contriyed'to accumulate a little Com tune ot 85.000000 francs. An astrologer oamea Lcntulus was content with 56.000000 francs When.Tiberius died 642000000 francs were found in his coffers'not a franc less. In less than a year good Caligula spent the whole of itj-there remained not an unotn quadrant. The debts of Milo amount- ed to 120000000 francs. Caesar had not 49000000 frenes but 49G00G00 creditors before he obtained a public office; the poor fellow vas soon enabled to present Curio with 12.000.000 francs and Lucius Paulus with 7500000 in order to detach them from he. party opposed lo htm; he one day begged Servi- liathe mother of Erutus to accept a trifle in the shape of a pearl worth 55000000 francs. Mark Antony's house was sold to Messalla for the sum of 10000000. A fire destroyed Scaurus' villa; the loss was reckoned at 220...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1843

clectiorf'-not we.. .All action bearine upon our do ntcsticTnitiiutioD is above beyond the party contest oi ine aay.. t " ' None need entertains fear that we will erer. Allow this question to ba mixed up with the principles invol- Sllnlho Presidential corHest He who is not with us here is against jus every .-where." And the Charleston "Mercury; having in view the different phases "of the question which are thus pre- sentei.'jiays: '"The letter of-Mr. "Wjse together with tbe commentaries of the Richmond "Enquirer and the'Petersburg "Republican deserve the profound attention of the' reader. That the British Govern- ment are aiming a deadly blow at the harmony of this Union through Texas we furnished conclusive proof-f onlv a week or two since in the debate of Ure British House of Lords. It now remains to be seen if in deference lo the abolition fanaticism of tne irorl.i we snail madly stand still ana alloWne stroke '.to be dealt when the means of warding it off are placed in our hands...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 25 November 1843

m nti ! fc n Potlrrj..'- OCTOBER " ST THX I.ATK WU.LIS OATLORD CLAM. Solemn yet beautiful to view Month ofmy heart Thou dawnest here With sad and faded leaves to strew The lummer'a melancholy bier. The moaning of thy winds I hear As the red sunset dies star And bars of purple clouds appear Obscuring every 'western itar. Thou solemn month! I hoar thy voice It tells my soul or other day " When but to lire was to rejoice When earth was lovely to my gaze ; Oh visions bright oh blessed hours. Where are their living raptures noa ? I ask my spirit's wearied powers 1 ask my pale and fere red brow ! I look to nature and behold My life's dim emblem's rustling round. In hues of crimson and of gold ' ' The year's dead honors on the ground : And sighing with the winds I feel ' Whilo their low pinions murmur by. How much their sw eepirig tones reveal Of life and human destiny. j When spring's delightsome moments shone They came in zephyrs from the west They bore the wood lark's melting tone They ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1843

JIJWV? i3 ;'". 1. ? I t IB NORTHERN STAN BAR D .. ? a llv. VOL. 2 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE Tie Noixhern Stxxoasc is published'every Thursday attire dollars per annum in advance sii dollars at the end -of six mortis or seven dollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions ior six icontns 3 in a& ancs err S3 50 at the exrarxlicm cf the time. -..- Advertise meats will be inserted rt one dollar and a half .persqsaie for the first insertion and seventy-five cents Tor ead sabsctjviat insertion. Eight lines or under uil.be 'considered a square.' One line over a square will be con- sidered two; orer sixteen line three otc. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annnm. 3Iot exceeding twenty lines 230 per aennm. .Not exceeding fifty lines-S30 per annum. Announcement oTcandijatcs foroffiee.SlO each. Ho adrertisement will be 50 vemedby the yearly rates tm- es specific contract and payment is made before hand. Political 'addresses ana obituary artic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1843

-ikgt ffip ?wg . w r JCo rv;-c -- w ... MPfc1 uI beiD6 fiMCcuted. -Ascend first.' said she; "let me at least spare yon the pain of seeing rov Weo4 poir.' Turning to the executioner she ?-" woud conen' to that arrangement He l6& ' 'Jht bb orders she should die fireL 'You cannot' said she with a smile I am sura refuse a woman her Nt rM..:i' t Tnt;.m. i by the spectacle which immediately ensued sho fwnilybent her head under the guillotine and per- used wt the serenity she had evinced ever since fear imfsonment. "Ma4ae Rowland bad predicted that her bus- band would not long survive ler. Her prophecv was speedily fulfilled. A few days afterwards ! was leund dead on the road between Paris and "Aou- en; he had stabbed himself in that situation that he might Jjot by the situation in evhich bis body was found betray the generous' friends who rui4 shelter- cd him in his misfortunes. In his pocket was con- tained letter jp. these jenas: 'WhocTer you are oM passenger who discover mv hocKr ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1843

' s. -s -- WI--1' MO - was hanged for forgery. Lord EltJon was the son er (afterward Lord Stowell) borrowed 40 in order 9 mtmme iumw go nis first circuit Lora Trntcr- d'a father tom barber -nt Canterbury. Lord Langdale ws formerly anaccoucheur. Lord Camp- bell and SergeantTSpanktc were iheratelves former- ly reporter! oil tlje Chronicle. Mr. Bodkin the well-known Old Bailev barrister Recorder of Dover (P and ConserTattjre $L i? for .Rochester was former- ly u anctioaeerand Glarlcson the learned Record- erf Fewshara.'aletding adfocatem the criminal conns on the homWireutt we believe was a writ- ing clerk ia thHS(e.of law-stationer. Tbcrt re some litner' very remarkable cases but these ay suffice.fer the present. 'LlQHTNiNGiAJ NEW THEORY. A writer in the Albany Daily Advertiser has under- Ulcaatb disprov"thV prevalent idea that lightning de- scends from the' clouds 'o the earth and to maintain that on the contrary ftiscends from the earth into the air the earth being the greatest rese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 2 December 1843

feiH' 1.1 f . t -jy " .Sr-. t""--- ' ' U'l tvc.! 1 ;tif'-'r- r" st -S- Vi rii V IV r : tSSSSaE. JJoeirn. The following sublime Ode lo the Supreme Be ing is translated Irom the Russian. It was written bygone of their most distinguished poets " Dcrz- hanir." This Ode is said to have been translated into the Chinesc.and Tartar languages written on rich silk and suspended in the Imperial Palace at Pekin. Oho Emperor of Japan had it translated into the Japanese embroidered in gold and hung in the Temple of Jcddo. It is gratifying to learn that these nations have done themselves the honor to be- stow suoh praise on this noble composition: GOD. O Thou Eterx.il Oke I whose presence bright All space doth occupy all motion guide; Unchanged thro' Time'i all devastating flight. Thou only God! There is no God beside. Being above all beings! Mighty one! Whom none can comprehend and none explore; Who fill'st existence with Thyself alone ; Embracing all supporting ruling o'er Being whom we call Goo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 December 1843

-.-.-- . . . ' - '.CHASr.DE'mORSE VOL. 2: PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DEAIORSE " - ' TERJ-IS- The NoBTmtuf Standard i published every Thursday at fire dollars perannnm.in advance six dollars at the end of six months or seven dollars atthetnd'ol the year. Subscriptions loraixmontm $3 in advance or $3 50 attlie expiration of the time. jiWcniseraenU will be inserted at one dollar and a half per -square jur uic un luscniuu auu sevcuiy-uve ceuu ioi each subsequent insertion. Eight lines or under will be considered a square. One line orcr a square will be con- sidered two; oxer sixteen lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $'30 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines 30 per annum. Kot'exceeding fifty lines $50 per annum. . Announcement of candidates for ofiice S10 each. No advertisement trilll: governed by the yearly rates un- specific contract nd payment is made before hand. I V- f Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adver tise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 December 1843

o .PARIS AND LONDON. Extract from-tbe European Correspondence c National Intelligencer: . 1 . " 1 hid supposed Paris to be the gayest the noblest -" of capitals; 1 was wrong. Tkis'city has indeed its .special .beauties splendors -and advantages. The 'British metropolis nearly twice as large is not less magnificent either west or east ; it is more wonderful . !ia both divisions stupendous and matchless on the whole. Although the weather was not dry or bland "during any month everyday had sunshine enough for all my purposes. Tho climate of Paris may be preferable in the main or on the average; that of London satisfied me in April and May because I could risit without 'discomfort or the least injury to health the gardens and parts the environs "the churches the libraries leading rooms club houses theatres meetings exhibitions without number and witnessed equally without cause of complaint the displays or the Easter holidays and all the manifes tations incident to the death and funeral ...

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