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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

Red Coat ys. Red Shirt. / ' coat was, under the cirenmstdnces, to be believed, j: "And who is this red-coated witness," exclaimed t Bcrnaby, " hut a .descendent of our common ehe-1 my, who has striven, to take from us our liberty, and would not hesitate now to deprive my prior client oflns land, by making-any sort of a red-coatfed statement?" . During this speech Bruce was walking up_ and down the bar, greatly excited and half convinced that his case Was gone, knowing, as he did, the •prejudices of the jury against any thing British.—' Wbiftt however, Barnaby was gesticulating; and Not long since, at n convivial party, at which Mr. Webster and several distinguished lawyers were present, the conversation happening to turn on the legal profession, Mr. Webster related the following story:' We do not pretend to give it in his own peculiar and delightful style: - When I was ayoung practitioner, said-Mr. Webster, there was but one man at the New Hampshire bar of whom I was afraid,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

r";:; " -;The Steatti$tlW{!21i The; foilotviug. account:pt^;rte5jac^enU„^««:c;i ciiused the long absence br&e^^t^:^lal^^S Lieut Shufeldt: \ .' ,..., _,. j!.....;../; WSsipS The? Atlantic left. Liverpool .on tte ffl&JDigijja^i W, in "She stoaitfing c«idliioni|!iaM.".«^io^jpsr..jj1 apprehension on the piart-oT' 'ie^'.iSBi|Br*-ftJ5^ro:^ ti > her vsvage. It Nvasi blowing a strong g^S^li"?; trie time 'of departure, from W. ffc W.^w_much: s¥g: aii to render iv-unpDssibn<to,<U^-;^'.'p39t.'';^OB% the 29th December.0. 3QrP;.M4«h.«^»J^^W/t Cjlear, arid fairlyycbmme'nriu.herj^^^ plunging at once' into a h^yyhiadi^^a¥d' J»t™",\:. njing strong westerly gales, 1 whijih eonttoued with-:; out intermission for the titoS .followmg up t» U» day of the. accident. On tlie 6th.of JMuarj, j(t; noon.she Was in ktitudei6,-lbn^lude«"W^' »¥*f«ti hig;strong*gales from W. N.W« ''Afe SO'PirIK,7 -the, engines .were stopped, as it was i^ sopposad by the engineers on ac^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

. :>¦•' The Plank HoarL"^ , In pursuance of tho charter just'granted by our Legislati&c for a Plank- Itoad from Montrose- to Harford, the Book: were opened for the subscription of >tock on Mond.ty last, at Searle's hotel in thisplao*, by the Commissioners appointed in the act,-and we arc enabled to congratulate its friends 'and the public with the highly encouraging prospects-. Notwithstanding the day "was one of the most; uhpropiliou." for tho storm of drenching rain "and the roads and streets almost impassable for mud, there was quite iKfj.itheriti:; of the friends of the project, and no less than'^ljl.SOO of the stock, »rwore than half tbe sum named in the charter /was -subscribed on tlie first day, which would ba alone sufficient to construct tbe road from this place to the Leggctt's Gap Railroad, the extent to which it was at first contemplated. Bin, since the charter has been obtained for its extension to tlie village of Harford, the effort to have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

: Tblzura at Harriabdrr. 5'fiWe find rery litfts of peculiar^interest to'&it iwaders in tbe late doings of our I^latnre.: Petitions and memorials for and against a removal of tjbo county seat are: occasionally prfieDtad, but no action is had on them tbus;far. The bill to re-annex Montour to Columbia county finally passed the Housu on Wedneoday tbe 19th,-by a *oU of 48 to 47.- ".: ;;. Petition^ in favor of a free Banking law based upon the State .Stocks, continue to pour into the Legislature, and although no decisive action is yet bad upon it, several prominent men of both parties favor- the plan, who have observed its successful working m other states, and.it is thought it will finally pass notwithstanding the clamor raised by some who have always; clamored against every other system of banking security, and who oppose this apparently to continue the present miserable one in operation, fearful that a whig administration will gain somo credit if a successful reform in B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

Things at Washington. Although there is plenty of talking in Congress reported as usual, we apprehend that all tbe action of importance is likely to be crowded into the last days of tbe session, of Which Monday next is to be the Very last It will be seen by the subjoined extracts from the summary given by the Sussex Register for last week, that the Cheap Postage bill, the iJViver and Harbor bill, and other matters of really deep interest to the people, were still dragging; slowly along, and later news, renders it quite doubtful whether any of them but the appropriation bills (by which the Congressional Solons will m.inage to get their own pay) will finally be got through this session. A great portion of the time seems to have been taken up in discussing tlie late outrage in Boston—the sudden rescue of a fugitive slave by a collection of negroes who thus violated tbe law of tbe United States while a legal examination was going on, and the message of the Persideot detailing the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

Hew Motiirea for XetfsIatioB. A WasmngtoTTcxirrespondentof the PIuIadelpuisDaily Iffewji writ* asfollows: > 'loformaUon reached Here fankj^J telegrtphi that your State Senate has passed the bill rebealiug this act of 1847, whJcF closea your jails to tho slave holding States, and forbids Jailors to admit in you* jails fugitive slavesi This information has given great satisfaction here, and will have a salutary effect upon Congress. Let but this action be promptly follovrW by the adoption of resolutions expressive of a determination, on the part of Pennsylvania, to adhere to the adjustment measures of the last-Congrass. and and the prospect of something being done by Congress to revive and sustain the suffering industrial interests of your Slate will b*1 increased tenfold.' The repeal of so much of tho act of 1847 as is so offensive to the South, and the passage of compromise resolutions, by our Legislature, will do more to promote the success of the efforts now being mad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

to Consttirti<HB£ and fttot^ Tbrcitixem of each State/shall ^entitled all, privileges and immuniu«o/dtii«is ltt^the several States^' '" '^l"-'^¥\ ,.\„ . .No"'perron held to serriee Wisher "> oue^UU, under the la'ws thereof,ejlcapng iritrfanoiher^sbaB in consequence of any law or regulation thereinto* discharged from such service or labor, but shall b^ delivered up on claim of the partjp-to^wliorh sndr labor may -be due.—[K. 8. CSwwiiruiion, Art. IV. Sec. 1. •—These two clauses from thesanx? instrument, the same article, are respectfully commended to the attention of President Fillr more and his Cx>nstltutibMI" 'advise"tif'''.'~lftejr" are by right, of equal validity and equally binding on Government and People. - If there be any obligation resting on tfye Fedjeral Executive to in force the one,-that oblir gation extends equally to the other. Yet for a lifetime the former requisition has been' steadily, systematically, ostentatiously defied. Citizens of Fre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

Gambling. A taste for Gambling is easily excited, but when fully aroused, is too strong to be readily allayed. Nor is it alone in dram shops aud raffling houses, that this accursed passion is first stimulated to action. The following facts, given by a'correspondent of the Western Recorder, sjow that customs and prnetJ4gs have bec-n introduced within the vestibule of the Christian church, which are directly calculated to inspire the novice with a taste for games-of hazard : " A father, iu the time of a revival, called on a minister to converse with his son, wbo had formerly a habit of gambling, and for whose spiritual interest they were under much concern. The pastor did so, and was treated by the young malt with much court esy, and he had hopes he had secured his object of convincing hitn of the injurious course he was pursuing, and that a reformation would be the result. When about to leivve, tho young man requested to be heard a mo-, ment, and addressed the pastor as follo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

^^psr S^^^iSmmfiftfen^i f?;p#4#^fe^er; 20<|pi* «r* ^**jirieah*^ ^tm^s^s^mii^^ ffl^Jn^ay^leli^NewW1 ^ i+4^. "'-ST If, ^^'«^*^*-^-»^'ff<1S?»w>^.^^-c:^^^^|^__rh. W^lMStmii^iir^'aiftqiiaE^ ^:%^th^twr|p>r&. ] '" AKW^MlwSii?s^ita.. the ^«1of.*moary^ Gor^k ]BnI eUt, ^W#W^«^tnr^^ £^i«pi#^^«4ttp4t.(3 SenataH,--;;«];'^.'-v#v=-^Sa^.'.Ji,; ¦ -The', wyjerobj^ro^ waMpi^n%edp&rnen^^P?^ ::; The election {for'W^Sitn^mM place^njd {he matter t t^r snbject&a,^ (jpecnlatian.!. It is asserte^tliat th|%,r craU'-'wi' 1 jelecj, their candidatl^l fi^ win.n'ot:'*^T.T«mbnt,T' ""^';, il Political affaire preswnt no material coan» I Every thing" was qnfet, and the health ©f£ I country good, f Easiness was inore[proita ous,and;5ilkinds of produce were abundant . Thomas Butler King: has atrived| at $. Frau'ciscol.-?,' v, ,-.-V :ti~-<-r :--- ^ Minina operations continued wccijssfi^ ; There^ yas great excitometit,on se|oniiti new discc veries. of gol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

k ProeJamatipn -By the Resident of the United Stytet. | j KEi't'nuc Office, '1 •W^SHiNGtoSr, Feb. .I$;l-85 ; j' ' Whereas, | iiiforinatidh -'lias- been reiciwd that sundry'jjaivieas persons, principal v persons of col|)h, combined-and cpnfedenied together, for jthe purpose of ojipdsuiff,-,b)|iforet thu executionofthelansbf ^ieUnitedfitatef. did at Bofjton, Mass., on-the loth |f th' » month, makq a violent" assault- on the M,u sbal or dep i^y Marshal of the Unitedpt»i« for the distiiict of;Massachusetts, hi thcllCoo: House, and, did overcome. tho said offie*^ and did, bj (|)ice, rescue froni tn^ireustoh a person ar rented—a'ft\g^t)ve;slave, ami :Aen and there':i prisoner, lawfully holden|y tiic said Marshal lor Deputy Marshals of tl^ Cited States-p-ind other scandalons oi)|trag«( did commit, in violation of law: Novr,|Ii«r«J fore-^ to!th<|;''|u)d."that the authoritv df the Iaw4 may be jriniintained, and those cotprned in Aiolating tliem brought to immj!di«lo ar.djcOhdigp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

%J^&JS?:d*Brture otthe ^sterajitogejast; ^Friday about an hour earlier than usual on account !¦ «f the extremely bad travelling, tbe bundle of papers'usuaHjr carried by the Driver nil ihat route -;^was sorao ten minutes too late in reaching the 'Wage office, and laid over till Monday. -' ,HT"we have .received a sort of poetic effusion from an unltnown source, upon a Donation Party. •Although it was postage paid, it is inadmissible to - poke fun at such matters anoriyinouslg through tho /paper. Perhaps the author did not intend it f«r "pnWJcatipn, but tliat we should forward it to the f grid's Fair, as a specimen of American LUeraturtlr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

flBElwlioi Kiifls iif PWIadelphi ip County." .- Tbe legal isvestgation now pending and which has oeetT progressing for"several clays past, before the Court of Common Pie Is of Philadelphia county in tho matter of the contested election for the district ^ attorneyship, has disclosed a aeries of the most unblushing- and disgraceful frauds ever perpetrated in connection with the ballot brjx in this or any other country where the ballot box is known.. In this case as isjwell known TV"m. B. Reed, Esq, tbe Whig; candidate, contests the election of Horn R. Kneassj his Oppositionr competitor. It-will1 be recollected that Mr. Kueass'jtfuraiity over! Mr. Ileed, ao announced by^ho return Judges, \»as very small—only thirty five, we believe out of a" vote of many thousand.' At first it was conceded that Mr. Reed was chosen; but in one or two wards tho returns ^vere kept back for some days until it was ascertained bow many votes were required toj defeat Heed and elect Kneass; when the [o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

MARRIED, , In Lenox. Fcl,..JO. by R«v. Rbl" WeTY^" ?; ,«oonK of Carbondnle, and .Miss Ejflir K 'low jCBof iyenor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

^^—r^S^A^ =j^ In Ster!nv White»^';'co . I iL. Jan.^Tth of Z^^t^'W™^*-Typbt £er nf 11 ^ ' ^ mae J'6"^ wunLil son Ob early wert thoa nined to Vave Life's chnrKrin2-*cenes belo*;- It. Imp*.,, its fears, its tmilcs and tears innn-Jt nevt-r. never know BflJ licarts that loved thee long will weep J he absence of thv smile Ami lief t« },-„i. thn't voice whose tones Could many an hour beguile. Tteu'U come do more—the seal of death Lies on tbv pale vouny brow; - Tny pawns' hope a'nd jbv in thee Lie buried with thee'now. A change harh cotne—the first grcat chance f'jion that housaliolrl band; F< Vh ,°?wi* sailing f«ce, no more Wiaun that circle stand. Oh long around that home will clinc ^ond memories of thee. As th"U wcrt ere ?ho hand of tleaUi Had st>t his seal on thee Tet. mid .heir ftrii-f. ihy brighter home Bvfaiih thrv-diirilvsee5 Ani they, amid the.r fears'rejoice - ia.it they cm go to thee 8 L. M F Steb.ij.vg. Ill, Feb. S, 1*5! '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

APPKEafTICES^ T^tl^ffV^rT1 f"r ne 'Manager cf -BL .be Philadelphia Howe of Refuse i.. Sulh0r zed to receive applications fron< Farmer , MedSic, or others who may whb to have bovs or rirl" either wh.te or colored, indentured to them jl' ::r ^r ^^^r^°^- jy veaix In allwi.es where the1 anVilicam. » n.,» known tothe Iijdenturiag Committed ITigen I JOSIAHTATTJM. PhHi ' 1 • • „ 1 , r ' °2i°Tth Fvvrt>> »"•«/. Pmiauejpnia, 3d Mo, 1S51. .j_3w \ •1- Ifoiice. T^ ^ °f,Scb°°11,ireC,ora of Bridgewater X Bwrict will meal at the Court Uou.e onS-T. nrday the 8,h day of March at 10 o'clock A if ." general attandei.ee jLsrequteted " a Jl'^1t d,eW .W* Vr ts.of Schodhi topresent^rid pleasfi attend a,t llwt"timol y «I.i r. , ^L Ci-TLDT, Sec'v ilobtrose, Feb. 26, 1821. ^: ,^,T^ AUCTION. ryKEEEwill bo^red for sale at Auction A nt the house of Catherine Lathrop iri «,e townshm^f Brooklyn, on Thursday. ^3 da ofMarciinext. I Stire. 6 Cows. 1 /^rfL galZ and ! hog,-, 2 ora plow, anj 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

T^'^&mmmm f-^f' THE snbTieWbe^wWlniorm Ksf<Se«2s Utd the public, that.-brjs-iWw manttfasturing the cclobrated BlatehliyPlovtsX the rMstand of IX P*L Side Hill. Idon, Wayne.Gounty, Livingston Ocrurrfi , and Skmner-sEddy PloWsandOastmaseonstaatiV on hand. . . t Repairing done on short notice* JHaving made an arrangement with* machinist, he is prepared to make and lit up most kinds of machinery and on reaJonoMf terms. -J - ' I - .B.H.MLLS; I -Montrose, February 17, 1851. 1 ROUGH AMD HEADY-No. 1. Notice is. hereby given that the Semi-Annual Election of Officers of tlie Rough <fc Ready Firo Engine Company Trill take place'at the Rough'ana* Ready Hull on Monday evening, March Sd, l8oJ. *t 7 o'clock.?, M. ¦ R. C. SiJirso.f. Foreman. J. C. Malleb, Secretary. !8-2w Rougli & Ready—Hb. i. Tlie members of the Rough <t Ready will meet for drill andbusinuss on Saturday tbe 1st of March at +J o'clock P. M. "A full attendance is request ed- R. C. Suirsos, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

©?, ob i"n c isikf* THEsuhdersigncfl; partners under the firrk of ¦ POST & PITTS, respectfully announce that thev have taken-the store recently occupied by ililUA Knapp, and also their stock 11. trade: in addition to which they have just received, from New York, a well selected assortment of Staple Dry-Goods, groceries, aJc, which nvfv detenmDed to sell,.for READY PAY OALY,xt lo&rpr{eii than they can be afforded at any eredit establishment in the ctuntrv. All who wish to pat tows Ain But cheap are" invited t» givo us a call and if you don't buy it will do y°u. °°, harra to ffPt prices to buv bv elsewhere. All kinds of barter, usually taken at country stores, received in payment at the highest market pr, nes- " , • , WM.-M. POST, J^l^lJiiOjL P. R. PITTS. T Sliaivl-, HE largest assortment in the countiy.and at 25 per cent less than the usual price-, roav be found at posT <fc Pins'. 1 ^"¦-¦—-—¦ . „^___ Daguerreotypes fS THE VAaiOCS STVLE8 OK THE ART. . "THEE un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

-¦-:. Hohenthill, Brother c.«.3 " .v &Co. PaiaU Wvcklidd y, .? ii'r;-'?7£jV i „ file Ink—¦ ,, ¦ ._:<'-,¦.-"¦:¦.-.'•) ¦ > ¦ -!¦; ' ''rvi'i'.-^v'^;- -^ purelyjbiaclti' and tnityiiju-r :"iV?5t"jJ ent nrticle,vWith'Vho ' torrojivif1 £.N j."V| properties, and wilhotltliability '¦'. •'_ '", . y* to thicken by ago, recommended ' -. .'fea"t5ij;v the clerks of ^ various public pmi"-u ,W • •;?&. ^ ^ ^"'S ^c ^t Ink en! alls . \; vKi.rp! accounts now in use, $S7it put • '•t"\pr^.^r,^ • in clean vessel* and nok^rniaed iJ-'f0""^"'^ with other Ink—For/sale j in v>"'-i~v?^.3J quart, pint, and half-pint bottles "-'^Jt&i^'t y J. ETHERIBGE. f Montrose, Nov. 27, 185(h I ' ¦ _ ' ¦ 'I KOTICB-. ', '.-'-j-! "VTOTICE is hereby gi»-en that thc^rm of'&A i-i & O. Pratt has this 1st day of. December 1850, by mutual consent dissolved: ' ' ! _ , E. A. d: O.PRATT. \ 1 he busmess will hereafter be conducted under the firm of p^tu& Co ffho will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 27 February 1851

; m^m&mm*m*m^ ; ¦ | ^CTSTO ^^| »^^ AVbuniirigX"nd«rMl*iiaI ,thebest»no»»:itito ||-: and Reidy double:0Ttmi;Ce^iiyS^^;Klmt5 double' iven ditto- Premium do. do,;.Tietbiii^ ^ do.; Empire State dd; pinion, Air-tigbtdtt; fat'"" ty siz^^anil kinds of Park)rStOTet'fcrw»oi,; eqal- Un sizes rf 0 plate do.;.tV?a1 A-woadStam^ forsiiofsiuid schoolliouses, tbb^niaat; 0l». per, Bniss, Tin and ¦JronjjWaVeVRu^Bafik** Iron Stove Pipe; Stone^Tin aad Ba* 'Rrfc^*ft. forstle .by the 100 do&n ershwle atthtEack Foundn-depot. ,. „,,^S., ,rj \«LS0«*0CC: ^ Monttoie, Nov. 25,18|IPi r -. jj;,-^-^<£Si$£i i ' ¦ . . '- ... '.'[Li..'.,,. ,vA-;..f'«,.'"..:4.'-'>-'s ¦' i- ytr* LS4T**J^ -->--f"-- ¦¦;-'-"-¦ -•<•-.-"-tfoVv.-^t ^ i i JTOjllCCi;„v ¦ .;>-..' ~v^ i' f£h;- ¦* H^HE subscriber will|iMrtinuewl^: <^^4il|5 JL Fur business at the old stand of Ewia'* Newcomb. aud will keep ofl hand afepettiaealll nientn^giinq^.in'hia-lu%>' .r-^ii|^A<'lii$'^i...

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