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

if $&' ¦ ¦ ^^^^^L^^r^ Sls^isssssieii m Bili.#-*w8'!^!!»iWw?IilJMr»Aw;';:...:=:, iilt^^ 1 jtSfiJB^"'^ i»-»l»te„nm. M I "^®?^/0WOjiji}gT^ejBarka; I r^f^ffflWW* ^re necessary It » n6t 5 $?»¦i* bygroge^ and nitrogen-the four I ffii ^^^^^he'f coinposition. I I I mul*. *«•»»» often called «m,j&/ Il> WSS&VS^ neceisarjto the peril mf%^t^^. f^^ matter. It seems to me Mti S^^T*mod e of expression, and B1:2SkJ ' uph ^ notio ° «**eds qualification. It: %j£St*?°'«ry ?«ows that sulphur and lilSS ^^ '110 the exist»nce of RH^©^ .dbninen of animals, the-fbr-¦ IISWliW^w.-of "Juscle and ihe ¦ a sICLi .uT**' L L-EB,°'and Qther8'h^ i'f&Srt W>,e fibrine and alb™ Bl&ie i"m?\Crn,Pb9itioa S•» the animal ; BlSSS^f e'"T^^'inference-^at fl ?' T- r10 «esesubstance* ready formed KfflffiBMiTO*^.-either animal .or Vegetable II * f*V tf etable w»W«iataJn«a diiect impor' ¦ • 'I rtSSffiT- — P*1' in tbe Produetion of mmt^"«r»^U»He ^bstanee*, which be-¦ S | 5$...

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

mjromotethekalthofSlpcL . I . jpx occasion^i y one part of salt with four P**i<>r six parts of wood ashes, and give the I^JfBro to diSerent kinds of stock, summer l^l^tf'Jt Promotes their appetite, and l5™$^f?^'Pem m a Wealthy condition. [IV is safato oe good against hots in horses, jBurrairi injcattle and-rot in sheep. - r ;¦,_. |for*eradi& rootWvaluable for cattle. It t^^tfesliri^ppefite^ and is good for various [^NSSf^i^1 ^ el'IV'e U <»-«!gr- auirnal that is ?iiwr«ir Ttis good fori>xei- troubled with f^j^ ibeate'-'Ifa"ni'ma%,ir|!i«Ti6t eait ft volflnta-M^ntH.ilB^fine^d^kit with pota toes Vin» •j-^.'Vj^i' ''^• •" • .'Vi'i-' ' ,i' ¦ * * ' .p^^i^g'FDais regutarly. They riot on-^lpwtjorjitneir food at the osual time^ but ;Jae {stomach indicates the want at the stated : "3genJ^A toereforeyfeed"morning, noon, and :$y«w."g,.as.near thejairie time as'possible. ytf^$ ^MQ&iiie,.wid«,; "and injurious eS-| )MSiit»tlrfaitiating wi^h escess aii...

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

1 Meets of food on Mil y Mf. 3Editor:—tYour c6rresrjo)jdent,< Mri Weeks - Wi ihjss, to know how to prevent milk tastirjg 6f lurntpsj&c., when cow4 are fed on themr jTiiaj, the food of cows b|s an influence OQJthleij-.rniik and butier mtSst be conceded. J I,Lave known oxfn brought from the intefiof, jand on eating Sreelylof salt.hay, made th|e yehr "best of beef] A fjjll and sudden charigidf food will affdct.ootlh milk and beef, while ajgradual change wil| not effect on either, j; . j i!, , I oncejfatted a young cojar on cabbage. I was told! tliatt the beef would ta>te of the food, 4 &4 da7s prerious to sjunghtering I- ftd her ofi jjioy, potatoes, and aj little Indi' an mealJ Tho beef wa^ excellenlj. ¦ A cow <r horse may eat any quantity of apples or potatoes, with: other fooifl if gradually accusmrned to them. But ij; freely fed on thesejatiicles at once they woujjd be ruinous. I ', ^Byrrr;jki[ig| cowstand then feeding with turnips, ^c, S...

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

MONTfiOSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. COT. SIMSiCil.VS—Fasliionable Boot and Shoe maker, bver A. [Baldwin's Harness shpp, Tflm pike street ) E3A9HE& & 3¥E WQOJTIB Dealers in Hats,Caps, and]Furs; opposite the "Democrat _ Printing office, fpot Public Avenue. f OHX GaOTES—FashionabieYaflor; over Geo. Fuller's Bobk S^ore, where he does work in a style| altogether unsarpassed. Jf. STEWTOSr—Attorney n.tLaw; Office on Turnpike street;' ' one door East of B. T. Case's Office, Moutros^, Pa. BESlTtEY Oc RBAO-l^Mers in Dry Goods, Drugs, ^edicines, Paints, Oils, Groceries, 'Hardware, Croclrfer}' , Iron, Clocks, (Watches, Jewjeh-y_saver S^ofos, Per/nmery, <tc. Ac. HARK J." maUEEN'-^-Smiu and Sign Painter, Paper-hanger. Glazier, Grainer ds Deecrator Shop over J. T.Birchards iarpenter shop a few rods, east jof Warner's [Hotel. . - BAEJ»WIW *fc COX-Sa^idleJ'Hahiess, Carpet Bagand Trtrrik Manufac&reri and Carriage v Trirhmer, Shop tea Tu'rnpik? street opposite L L. Post: 4...

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

A good assortment of BooU andMjofa ernbra icing Mian's coar»e and fine Boots, Boys' Boots and Shoes, stamen's and Hisses ditto—also . • CLOTBWG Embracing .a great' Tariety .of Overcoats;-Sacks, T*eeds, ien a, large vatiety of Vests from six afaillings ^upwards, add a gtod astortment of Pants, Shirty Wrappers anddrawers—ditto ^ "'.'., ,' HATS i' CAPS! Silk ind Fur Hats; Plush, Fur, Mohair, Cloth and Glazed Caps, tall fashionfc, for men, boys and children— K ' ' BOOKS AND STATIONERY! School and miscellaneous Books, Staple and Fancy Stationery, Inks, Inkstands, Pen-racks, Penknives and a great variety of fancy'articles too numerous to enumerate, !just received at FULLER' S, FirsMoor above Searle's Hotel Montrose, October 25, 1850. "MEDICAL CABD." DOCT. PATRICK finds, on examining into the state of financial affairs, a necessity as he believes, for calling on those who are indebted, for a settlement; and although he disclaims any intention of being hasty or inconsiderate, he would b...

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

tM^smtmsM^msmmSt^^^^^ &-^M '¦ - .sft&s^^^if^^j^^fe, j. ¦¦-- *-***v»^t^w^SioE^»Evi^^^& i ; -~'"¦-*~Xr7^"ittVT*TnfTFflKM^PWr^T* i • •-• .~-?4i\^te*2 S?SwK3SiI3Ba3^^^ >•¦ - - ; ^^^ ^^^ » '^ X " '^^^ f^^^^^ l ( •"'¦¦IwHHP^ji HKjo3BwLiWnHk_ " ' '" -^ll^^^iE^! r : - ^H^IliwBk ^ ' w^^l^Hte . ^^^^^b^^^^^f-3toi:fiafl^j^c|ieil^i?^ ' MET JliCINJS-ii^^ o/o^ WhsTsfS&m nwuslu appro^i ^ TJie^r^uaiorUfffS^ eensMSurgeotiunqPUysielhilfm ycdri&T - tUdJieipetiencei j-'---T y^K .i--!-i>vs*.|.i ..y* RAmtBir's Balx jor fliLitAc.^Among ah*I uj. remedies.berorethe.public, thisstands^re-emilieBt in the early-stages;MConimnvti<m ,' Brxm4ui, uuKirran Jlsinrna . ^ovgni,,nparsnea, fPptftink „f Blood, and for all affections of theC.p^m^arjf or. ganis occasioned by cMd. | Too iinch braise auW be bestowed nponj:wtsTepedy>aTid'^prbp^t^ urges anyioheaffected with, anyjoftheabove inn. -plaints, to secure it aj once.;, ,;., ' r Raffeeiic's Kisirtt ...

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

1 ALBAKYi & BUFFALO, i, f • New York and jErik Cdyuga and Siuqwhanho Rail Roads, Settecd and Cayuga Lakes I 17 T EVEB.IBpm|8 M.IBKEI USE-l . „. 7 HE subscribers ate nnw prepared to 'rec«iV Freight of aU faniis at the following poins,v&; • BufFalo, Attica, BaUivia, Bergen, Rccheite'r.cli. andaigua, Geneva, jDrtisdeil, Ovid, iodi, Durrfes Lauding, Jefferson,i Hi|van4r Milport," Hurselieaas Corning, Elmira, FicWryvi le, Spring .port,£eadder's Ferry, Aurora, Irlaca Candor, Owego, tTrnV Binghamton, Great Beha, I anesboro',' Deposit id Hancock, every day uithe week; (Sun'davs excepted,) and continue -with regillarity throughout &t season. They yill attjend toforwardmg.the salno to the New lork Maiket,. where, it will receive the personal attention' 6f experienced7 salesmen who will, attend tjj'Uiejselli lg ofthe same, andreturn the proceeds in" Bankul ile' funds ai either oflL above pomU, to thej foflowiag persons: > • r Buffalo,,Storehouse].of-, Henry,;;I...

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

BtaMMaViBiiSiisaM ¦ .¦ ^tiffl-WiibWi. -¦-.¦¦ Abel Tnrrell rrl now-receiving bis Fatt and Winter supply of Goods (embracing nearly every thing wanted m- this market,) which vtill be sold extremely LO W fot cash or ' ready pay. My assortment may be classed in part as follows: Drugs, Medicines, chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stufis,, Groceries, Dry Goqd*. Hardware, Stone Ifare, Glass ware; clocks. Hatches, Jewelry, Silver Spoons* Spectacles, musical Instruments, Liquors, Perfumery, Mirrors.Statiooery. Brushes, Shoes, Yankee Notions, 4c.,4c . Thankfu/ fpr the libera! patronage and substantial encouragement hitherto received, Ihope to merit and receive a continuance of the same. A few of the'articles kept for sale are' named below: - Groceries. A good variety of Sugars, fine flavo}-ed Teas, good and cheap Molasses, coffee, Peppef\ Spice, Ginger, Saleratus, Raisjns, Rice, Mack-31 , Codfish, Zantee currants, Tapioca, ArrowRootr ce, Manna, Sage, Nutmegs, cloves," Ground Must-njd"; als...

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

2b Dairy-men and Farmers. ¦ Valuable Property for Sale. THE following Real and Personal Estate, as hereinafter described, situate in New Milford, Susquehanna Pounty, Pennsylvania, will behold at a_ great bargain to any one who may choose to purchase. The-real estate consists of seven hundred acres, five hundred of which arc under improvement and on Which are four dwelling houses and seven barns. The farm is well designed for a Dai ry, aud is capable of feeding one hundred Cows du ring summer and winter, aud every part of it well watered -with Springs nud streams." The buildings and land are in good condition, and on the premises are about five miles of good Stone Wall, and. the other fences are also good, and on the wood land are large quantities of Chestnut Timber, which will supply the farm for many years to come, and which will nisi be valuable for building the Railroad which is soon to be built up Martin's Creek. Said farm has a very pleasant and desirable location about seven...

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

Eagle Foundry Ware Room. O A0.5. PUBLIC A VMNUE. ' Nhand and fore sale cheap Cooking, Parlor. - j »S p' Cnurch and Coal Stoves, Stove" Pipe and Ware Pump and Lead Pipe, Sheet Iron, Tin Copper, Wire, Zinc, Iron Binding, Morticing Machines Shingle Machines, Ploughs, Iron Scrapers, Corn Shellers, Straw Cutters, Tin Ware, Saw Arbors/Morters, Sleigh Shoes, Mill Cranks, Jack Screws 4c 4c Iron and Steel of all kinds^-finally. all kinds of Castings on hand or made to order „ - „ WILSON & CO. Montrose. September, 1850. R '_ Fancy Goods. IBBONS, Delanes, Thibet cloths, Blue and Green Barrage, Mantilla" Siik, Fringe, Lace-Regent Silk French Ginghams, Belts,, Cashmeres White Kid Gloyes, Cravats, Linen H'dks, Shawls 4c.,4c LYONS d> CHAADLER. Sept. 16. 1850. ¦ , .....; -. P Lumber Wanted.' IAS and Hemlock Boards, Pine Siding and Shingles.'. LYONS «fc CHJlND1<£R> Montrose, Sept. 17, 1850. COD FISHd*d Mackerel, No. 1 and 2 iust received and! for sale by JfoHgl. / J.LY...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

THE REGISTER* 1 > J^trlBl^SHEb EVERY TTOjfeBATfby '- '-•!; .'.'V-J^?K'^^Mappaay;3'^. Advance paymentinrCashper yei' r'-?;•'- --.-r$i so K^d.withiD-Wiciyesr*'.. ;='.|^"j.-? .!'* 00 If not at the end of the year, i ",-#¦.-! S 8*0

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

--...¦ .' A Qceslion Answered^ • -There U reason as well as rhyme in ihe follow ing couplets. Ladies! read them. • . :A father site by the chimney p»st, \ . On a winter's flayvenjoying aro<u( •; i. ;By his side is i maiden—young and fair,-A girl with A'weirlth'drgiilden hair j .'_ And she teases the fatiier stem and £o!d, •With a question uf <lutv triit and old; /" Say. father, what shall a maiden d". When a man of merit comes to w<>o;s' "And, fatSierj what of this pain in my;breflstK Married'or single—which is the best?" Then Iheerreflfiilie maiden yrrang and fai -.-- :ThegirlwiihthV.we»lth of "golden liiair, . He answers, as ever do fathers cold, ': . . • ¦ Totheqaestionof^uty. trite andoll: " She who weddeth keeps God'H Letter; 'She who!Wedl riot doeth better." , Then meekly answered the.maiden lair—, The girl /with'the wealth of golden iiair"; -* I trill keep-thei -sense of the Holy Letter, Content to do veil without doiiiUlttr." "" . The Dasp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

;?/;:;-: .' ^: AHysipi4n>Sfechra. ;: TilE CERTIFICATE OP LUNACY;Oft THE _i'~\\..' "; 7_ iYotr: ir&-TriFEL'<¦•'.-'-.-" - 1 . .' ' ". 'I -;' Conclude! ' ' '. '' ,; t rose early the nisit tuornihg;_kf»»d«- to gi«o myself Epme-titne for reflection before1 1 mot Helton,'accordih^ to appointment..-. After considering the'-matter, in^svery point of view',-1 carae to the conclusion that I .had better-see ilr. ^ Charles licttpn.jn order to bo able, pri oath,1 if, necessary, to depose'.to his jfftiie state of iiiind on that pnriicuUir date'J being at the same timtt, of course, aware, that tils' worthy'aid; affectionate brother declared huh insane.. -.' ._* -. ¦ .,-,:,-.; -j,,- - ... ';v.'-.-¦-i/.' .'z - : • Wilb , this idea in.-jnifemiind I left the* hotel,to proceed "to the Piuiip ifoom.' Tins clocks .'were striking the 'appointed'hour as7 entered it, iihd I liadhbt'.taken-twtf turns up and down'its eaaent. 1 \vhehlletton !eteppcd uprto' mo with a.,; ,- ¦ : V'il...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

\ Clevc; Eogiiery. ; . ^ --: As a certain learned judge, itt Men'CB, tffilS lime sinde Walked out due iaorrnng'tnto- Conrt, ht' thoughthe would examine whether it was in tinHJ fur business; and,feeling! for his repeater, found it. was not in his pocket .... . , ¦'.? - "Asusual," saidheio a fiiCTd who; acconipaIjtr ! ed him. as.he passed through hear the. door—" a» usual.- I have again left my watch at home uridtr my pillow." He went onthe bench, and thought no more of-iUJhe court adjourned, and h»returo> ed home. . .,....--, ¦.-"-' .- As soon as lie ,i»as quietly seated 10" hit' parlor; IwhetboughtlMfiself of his tiine-jftece';' nflfturh. ' ing to his wiferrequested herto send for it to their chamber.;.. ". „ ,, j "-. .,.; , . .;. „- " But my dear judge," said the, "I sent it to jetj three hours, ago!'"' , " | "'¦"' .-' ',.;.'. " - -!'; "Sent it to me, my dear! '¦ jCertainlttiet^: ;-x -f " Unquestionably," repUed the lady,*" arid by th< person you sent for it!" ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

:;5; Tli&Poor}Mai:ioH§sSw.!v-'"/•¦; ¦¦ •'}'/: ¦' -'•- '¦' -: 'Bt;suiteoos.: [ :--W-k ;' ¦::: .,-. ; V, Work.- work, ni; boy, be riot nfraid, -::; j" v ; j I ^ kjaboftbridlyhithefafcer ';'>:•;: Take up the hammerer fhetpade, .,, -' . And hluJh not for your humble place; '.,HoTd.upyoui.ortiw.inliWestipride^ , ... ' &. ^u? ^ Sh ^- SWBrt!l »9r-uan**be! Such hands a ¦« sopjVeins that provide :- '-Tbtt'life-bWddpf the jiatibit'stree; "-''' • There^honor.in theit'oilirig^ p"a>t,!;i - ;>'.That firidi^srrithe'furrowedifields; !'=:'': '¦ Itttainde a crest ppiiiv the heartv. -;"s >- ;-' ¦>:.:¦ -:." ¦.;:-"','?«W$»4^^t^/oUr;q^rfe *re^' 8hieldi, . ~-Work;*work, riiy boy% and mpruiur"iiot,; - 7 -'- The fustain garb betrays no shame: , i. The:grim Of forge-sont leaves rib shaine; r "Aiid labor gilds, the mcanost;natne. ¦-: And man is riever half so blest;1 ¦' -¦'¦ -^ . ' -As when-t|te busy, day u spent, ¦¦' :¦ - So asi to make: his evening.re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

' ;,;V^T?!%ss,-.-.; ^-,; ! ...>..'"," rxscruijEp air axce.th. i I do not' ask tljce r.nw to think of mb, , • i Save as a friend whose best heart wishes ate That sunny da^s may over shineen thee,: {- ' ¦ i Aridtljat-sorjie pne, more w<irthy far, ! Whenfroo'thy.ljiiirt'lhy first love is removed, May love; thee tenderly, as I have loved. ;. .Now heed ray words, my precious girl 1 i Affection is jhe richest pearl, ! Nor lightly -should be thrown away ' . ! On them whb cannot love repay. " - ! Beware to whom thou shah impart ;! ^ lliat priceless jewel nf thjr heart! ¦ ! i i, Care, not alohe for forni or, face, ji ' Orsordid Wtjlth, or witching grace; j! But cboasc thou one whose hoiuired name 1 i • ; Thoucanitbe proud to share, and elaim; T| ;,;:;-;?Let it be onfc <n cnltui-ed mind, j ; '-"-Of generon^ thoughts and feeling* kind, j 1 "..",;., Who neveriought, nor e'jsr would seek j j 1T0 wrong tljft helpless or' the weak, ! "'BoYever would cinplov his best - ;l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

'i'SSK-Ki^aS'E'Ei!!. . J. \7. OHAPI&ANjilditc*. - " "^^AC^n^r^iisir^ ¦:' ¦ To the Whigs of Pennsylvania. * A STATE CONf ENTIOS wilUJB held in tho •City of Lancaster, onTUliSDAY%nir24th, 1S51. for the purpose of selecting Candidates for the nfS ces of Governor' and Panel/Commissioner, and also forjudges of thVSuprcfne Court. «w«wv«»«:-?>-raUENRYt:M.' FULLER, Ch'n.r Josrmh li.FIanieen, Samuel M'Menanvy, F.3tnoJ5J Mortflii1'.-', " - C, Thompson Jones, WtBl^tl.SlingluIr', ' ... Samuel B. Tlioinas, _ Samuel Bell." f ' ' John S. Brown, Nathaniel Ellnaker, T. Taylor Worth. Wm. J! Robinson, Alexander E. Brown, WordenE. Preston, William Baker, Thomas E. Cochran Win JL Walls', Beriry Johnson,,, - James Clark. N 'Cha.CB.Burdman. Shr-rman I>. Phelps, icorgo-Cress, Edwin C Wilson, P. A. Finney, .John Allison!. C. O. Loomis, Daniel M'Ciirdy,. " ' Ji.hnBausraan, . George Meason, . ¦ Waliam!Evans, , . Alexander M. M'Clnre, John C. ftcville, Frimcis Jordan. . -,.- . . R, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Mings at Washington ' The following is from the.Congresiional Summa; ty of the Sussex Register. . ' .;, In lhe'Senate,on Monday the 24tli the Cheap Postage Bill was amended, according to tho propositions of Mr. Rpsfc, and ordered to bo engrossed, but not passed, several gentlemen feeling tho need of speaking on it. The amendments provide for half-bonce letters, pre-paid, tlirce cents; unpaid, five cents; over three thousand miles, double those rates; and a graduated tariff for newspapers of so much per quarter, according to frequency of pub; licationand distance. 'The Senate spent the rest of the day in talk upon the President's Fugitive Slave Message. ¦¦ The House devoted Monday to the Appropriation Bills, and got through with about two-thirds of the same. An attempt was made by Mr. Phenix to add to tho appropriation for the Mint a provision that if, within the next year.lhe Now York Corporation should furnish gratis to the Government the premises necessary for a Mint, the du...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Thing* at Harrialmrg. Among the most prominent occurrences at Harrisburg lately are the visit of Gen. Houston to that place, and the Legislative excuraon to Baltimore. Tho renowned hero of Texa* was invited; to make the visit by the Locofoco members ol the Legislature and other prominent men of the patty, some of whom doubtless inteitdedit'as ameinsof making a demonstration in favor of tua-GJndral for thi» Presidency, while others, and espcjcia.1ty.Jha friends of Buchanan reluctantly joined in the invitation, fearing probably that if Houston should be the favored man they would.be unhorsed of popular influence if they should show any opposition to this proposed visitation. These are said to;ha.vo been anything but comfortable under this constrained act of courtesy. In the evening the General delivered an address to a large crowd of ladies and gentlemen, thu main subject of which was the early history, the revolutionary struggle,'and present flourishing condition sf Texas." He ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 6 March 1851

Another Returned to Die But a few weeks since we recorded tbi) death of Mr. John Greetfof Franklin township, on his return from California, which took place at the house of Ids brother ip New Jlilford within four or five miles of his own homo which lie was unable to reach before hii death. Last week we. announced the arrival of A^tAXAsnaa McCollusi Jri from California, who readied his home between this place and New Milfoijddn Monday morning the 24th inrit, in apparent health, though he had buried his brother-iu-law. Dr. Kennard on an island during their home voyage. 'But fatal reverse I Mr. McColliim had scarcely e°\ homo and rejoiced lhe!hearts .of his family and friends, when what was supposed to be the mere fatigues of his long journey and the effects of achilling change of climate, gave place to the same sort of fatal disease which poor Green contracted on liis way home, and in spite of the best medical skill, he sank away and expired on Tuesday evening last, only a littl...

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