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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

€cu&s. KST-s-qwr <*Xapa"attaaa^_»i_s_a<s«aaO» DOCTOR MVfiRS^h.s associated t.i»_____2 ne|ih.e«l-»fB..Jl | .. JACKSON, in liiiTy Drug antl Hoot lluslness; ift IIjr Uiis amrogenient.ftoctoiVMT'HRS tf ill be •nabled to jri»e his undivided attention totheilui -jes oClii.Profession. Carlisle, September 30,1SW.— 3ms. ®®^ija5ns Aw)o mlw' IPiEq . HjmeopihljjPhyjIciii-. , OFFICE: Main street, in llie house foe ttierly occupied by Dr. Fred. tShrman. . Carlisle* ApM 9(1840. ^"iemb Ho ®«,n_®®M_i_s_) ftft/'lUL' perform all operations upon the 7:^ Teeth tlUl are renuirett tor their preset*- »miou.sucIms Scaling, F./t"«j*, I'lttyrgingt&c.t tj'-S:Uli'.e>loj.'eihoJABS_Qrtli£mf !>0' inserting Arfflciul Teeth, from a single Tooth, to a full >ett. (X_j*Officc on.Pitt-strectTa-fewd.oorB^auth ofthe Uailroad Hotel. X. 1$. I).*. Loomis will be absent from Car-Male thc last tend nysf in each in&tith. Juoc-.ll, 1846, . > BENRY TODCtAB. EEZ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

®Lmm % gggMteffito PUBLISHED EVERY^VEDNESDAY. | )FFICE in the South West angle of the puki Sfjuare, back 61 the Court-Ilouse TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, '?"" ''"""^'' dFlfly eeiits a yeari.v ADVinoa. I wp Do lorsjrpiild tvltjili, i„b}..ar. )no Dbllarnirsiiinoiilirs. ¦' .These lenus will lio.rigulljr adlierid to. I RATES-OF ADVERTISING, Ailyerliscnienls.mnkinirnfteen linos or less. Wilt lin liarse; a) the..raje of,Fifty ce its lor one Insert,™ w lire. lln;,,.r,S- One Bollnr/aml twelilTavflti& very snbsoanenr Insertion. - Yearly o'dvertlser. ,',-m he clmritod nt llie followlnir rales- UUM'"ls<!r» »IH one Coluinn,ivitli.tbe paper, forone year, . „„. Ilnlfs cnliitim, Jo.- ¦" d0 * - . 9, TivoSquorcs, ivitliquartiirlve'hanireB 2 il Uusiliess Cards, wltl! tlio ,iar,er, *i? WBPRINTiNa, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Siirh-a, riamriillls, lllanks. Circulars an,1 every oth ^ e' ;™etlltl.>nofPrliilfn..-B»,Vu|cdhaii,onttlv.r Hiediyoiisly, and at the LOWEST PRICES -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

M$m$Mmmm THE WORLD A ^EPULCHltE. There 1b the lone church yard In luuie neipicBtorM fflen, Wiert cotteri sleep beneath the B.rard. Kcmoie icuin liautiu of men. There Is thi stone-paved burial place, The ciiy'i trnwdeU tied & Ofpravos, w.:ro,rc*Wull many a'race; "A city pfthu dead :,J There are the wITderncMcp von, Whet-e sand orainjwy wreaih lluve o'er the ueary pilgrim cant " The still rvpf*rj« nf tleatlu There orolhe-howeln n( thai land * Thul opened ul Or»d*M wnril, - J liipuliinu Korali unci bin hand • When they drn>d the Lord. There are the bultful tiehlv of death ; Wlrcwn Willi renmiitH of War, Whcre.milllnim yielded np-lheir brtath, CniBh'd hy hrr "Iron fur," ¦There is the fathnmlemi blue sea, .Willi iln hidden lliinRs, That o'er ti potully coinpuny |ts mocking requiem sing*. I>e^jh strews ils virtinifl even* n liets. OThc nirtiiHiahi, vale, and w.ive ; The whrld'A a apjendiif sepulchre, A vimi revnlvins »ravi>!

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

am. \%rwimimxjmmi -* LOVE.' Ti) styh-fiir huil7*.fi____hVauiJ^.ft./yi ___„. To itnrt when rival Riepn draiviieor, With ardent warmth her «,:nfce to mod, And pour soft (latteries in herVar j ^"^ To kneel 'till won hy (fairer forms And brighter eyes, and t,hf-n forsake, ' And ivhilc flew hope neu fancy warm it, . Tn Irnvc h»*r trusiiticheart tn 'iVeak."* Tins pintitinn hauntn nnr cii"nlily>p:ifi, 'litis is the wavering .event* Man : To ft-rk nn«ij>rni in «arly ytnith, Tnmiiri no i?H7o."no vinv Iipuldc, Tn held thmiicli life a holy truth, Wh.n-h tiruKLft ijroveiAtiimi.detpeal triud,--An.l. tik<- tin* diinimnd'a (sparkling light, Can hull* and palurc^ illiiiint. Vci ifiiiiiL'H luore I'hecriiiy and more bright. In sr.upn ofdnrkinjsK and of glnuiu I Thif fitiih dfifccnun from rcfalmt nhuve—This, lliis id Woman's t lianseless lnve.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

From Ihe Norwlrh fnuricr •V Sketch fi-om Keal Life 1 he vni'irms inriili'tils e-ompri«i",l in llie li^llnwiMt; nrtruilni-1110 snlwt.inliallv li no — Thii luct.-. wi-ti-^iillii-H-d !,v llir \.-\' i i I * * I* frorn mm «'lu)e«'ii.< nl lli.ii linn! ri-riilit:^ in iIil- imitit-^li.-iu-" iii-i^lilinrlionil. un.l c-on«",|iienlly ;i:,-.<i->^i',i ;i know Iclgo uf the wl.nle lian»- IK'lillll. ^ ¦ In llic year l-Sl-l n Mr. \V. nf WalPrtown, Jelieison t'oiuily. N. ^'. ""as nppoinleil l'ay-Inaslor '.teiiinai of llie Army llion slalioneil al Sackeit'it'llarbrir. IIrhus n man ejuite above metlint-rily willi tc-sppol In Inlclfigfenoe', ami nf iinim;iea;-beil moral character. lie was a lea,ler hi soi-iely, nlul enjoyed.llie eonliiletu-e and respect oi all. with whom he associalL-'l: His wilo, of whnrn a moro pnrticluttr ,ac; count is necessary, was ratfui above middle s-autre,-and of somewhat beautiful appearance ; she possessed a mind of extraordinary capubifiiy, cu.ll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

Z: . r„-j _r-;Tiici iasit'-FaireweliV^ V •'!: . HOBMT EMMETAND HIS LttVE: M^aslKi e-v'en'iiig'b.'aJibvely.'ifay—ihe las; dlty yf ijn'e libb'lb: aMih la(6U 'l&ibm6t'.— <A younglady felOo^'Ui-the,' tirfslig gftie an'd dewred aarniffafirJe'iri lo'lh'e'diiiifefeoil. " Slie'wSs filbsery'vdife'dSria'.th'e' kfeeper ciuld'nbV'irri-:aginb \ilhb'''Bhe'- wa*;.'ndr:(vB>; on.' of'such proud b'earing'ish'ould b'e;'suppham at the jii-jeoh door/.'Ho'weyfcrhe granteU:thS'b(jon,leil ber to the,dungepn,'pp'e'iled'iKe rhass'ive j'rori door; theb -closed' it'a'gairV. flji'r.-.the 'ia'V,6rs were 'nlc-llt?':' He1 leaned'' against iho prisoii: wilhdowrt-cast, head,-and his arms .folded upon his breast." Gently -she j-aised theVcil from his- fac$, and "Emmet turned to gaze upon all the earth contained fbr 'him—trie girl whose .Unnybww ih the-days of .boyhood had been his'polar star—Ihe maiden, who had'Sometimes rrfti'djo hirh think this, '(world'wa'af'all sunshine." 'IWchinking6j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

A Battle Scpiic. llie Icuiiesscc papers received many (liiilhug incidents, of the battle nl Monterey, particularly llial pari In which the Tennessee regiinenl »n dislingufshed ' themselves, -lhc storming of the I'ust lort al the south part o, the town. -|n Ihat gallant c.iarge, many, brave men ff?ll, ami aminlg the rest, '(.'apt. Win. 0. Allen ofthe J.awreuceburg - Jriluos The •¦rderly sergeanl ol his company in a lellet lo llic Captain's lalher, thus describes his heroic conduct : Wo _ariived-iir front nf thu lorls ami balterie^—Ihe Ohioaus and Ke.iliickians on lbs tight, iheTennes'ci'atis and Mississippians on the ceutie, the Hallimoreans and Hegulars in the left. In ihat position we .stood the cantioiladiug for al least half ar, lioui.—There our unwound lamented Cn|)tiiin p,iir,lovk ol, a hearty meal and snid, "Hoys if I die to-day,, I shall die with a lull stomach." «¦***'* The-order - TeiinesgRpuu.ci hurl l»(iv u,,,,b- cliarge, men, charge. Our"company was in Ironl, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

"* 'The'-l(mtt-'.iPa.«JBS:J : •' A poor Irishman being-benighted, lost his way. Bemoiming his filtfe, -he siiw iri tho 'distance the phenomenon peculiar to. mnr'sny and boggV 8rtmnds"Kfioft'ii, ln'lfiehcoas tho i^fiisJMuVsJ and to t he peas'antsas Jnck-o-' lantern,; Thri„»i' n"dula|f[io;'iriqfio'n-of this.(u,-: milieus vapor is-not unlikethe1mtotion-wh,ich ;a lanierr) Tnakes"when carelessly carried; lience its popular jshd. supersliligus ippellation. • ' .'Be. niy spwl!'gjigd' l'afritK,. elalo with joy', '< och,! no'vylfesaiijls are about to bless -mo. But ,1(11 be afihet- (hat, rhiiri, and lie can lake me lo. wlieio I'll have a shelter from*this dridful spot—not fit-jor a baste, and suie not Iota Christian,' , .' , ., ,.-/ 'For, the love o; tlie' sainls, loan icatch you! Don't run so fast! ¦ Och, rnurlhcr, I've' broke my toe!', crlbll' the pool- fellow: tumbling over a projecting'stump. 'But be the powers, ye shan't,get away so asy; for I'll catch yes, if I hevlo-iuu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

Tom Tipple, IfVio liked Vohmtcciing. but had-a dit-loitc fur Active Service. » ¦Yes, there il are again,'said Tom Tipple, a-s he yesterday saw a company ol gallant volunteers, inarching up St.'l-'harles street, tlio stars aud Stripes proudly floating ovci them, and a file"and drum in advance, louilly,-il'ii6t'q£oq(ienlly.-discoursing martial music. Theie il lire,-' saitl Toni, 'and the old lune, loo, 'March lo Ihe batlle field!' Mart-hii; to Ihe balilo field i's all very well; but maicliin-' home again—piirvideu a fellow succeeds in dodgiti the Mexican copper bulhi.-, —wilh a fever,and:ager on lii&tiack instead of his knapsack, and a wooden leg instead ol his uat'rul limb, ain't what's it's cracked up lo be; There, now the tune's changed lo-— Hour happy's Ibe soldier!' -Yes, he's cussed happy, ain't he! They may tell thai lo tlie jadt tats, even the marines w.ou'l b'le-'ve them. There hai it no kind o' use al all in tellin' il lo a follct- like, mo,, wol lived three mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

_iJmp_oj^antJ!feTO-ftomJJIe**c#. - A CRISIS—CONTEST BETWEEN THE CLERGY AND .THE ARMY. - The following items of intelligence from Mexico has been received at the office of Ihe -New York Sun, by an arrival from Havana. _The.Congress.was insecfet session debasing upon -the measures necessary to bo ta-*kbn"in'the(present state .of affairs. An ex-Iprfess has Tjoen received from Santa Anna 'demanding eight millions of money: otherwise, he said the country #as lost, lt was understood that the confiscation of ihe. Church property •varcoutemplaled, in:order to procure fundi, for .the war. The clergy were ol course, violently opposed lo.ltis measure and ^were threatening exfcommunicatien against Ihe Government, Congress and the army if it was catried' into effect. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

Latest from £«¦, Taylor. Despatches have'bee* received Irom Gen. 'fotylor, ,-tllitMI &&1 'December near Monterey repiesenting that fie had left thai place on the I6lh for Victoria, having, previously put ip* moliori (he.troops destined.for lhal_poinfi^- At Monfemorelos a junction waseffecled on -the I7lh, with (he id infantiy and gd Tenn-¦essee -regiment of foot from Camrtrgo, and it •was intended wilh the whole force, 3,500 ¦men, to mnrcfi,.on die 19llt for Victoria.— IBut oh Ihe evening of his arrival at Moult.-^morales, a despatch arrived" from Geperal VW^ortb, cominancling at Sallillo, with llie in-• %elligence that Santa Anna designed' to lake ^advantage ol the division of force towards Victoria, and, by a rapid movement to strike a heavy blow at Sallillo, and if successful, ; <ben at Geri. Wool's force at Parras. Under [these circumstances, and with no means of judging how far this information miaht be well foundedyhe,General returned|to.Mo!&gt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

LATEST FROM EUROPE. From the North American jtdvance m Flour— Great demand for American Promnom: We give the substance of the various Telegrarrtiie despatches We have received from New York. It-will -be seen'thw Coiion, Flour and Corn have advanced ata very rabid rale, and now command very high prices The accounts are now full, as it seerfts that (hejietvs has been held frpm the press in Nevr-^ork, probably by speculators, or tlie usual mismanagement ofthe Boston Telegraph, which thus far, has proved a nuisance instead of a public benefil. The Hibemia brings irom one million fo one million and a half in specie .C T ?ri ai,vanoe<l and the test quality closed a( 68 to 72 shillings. H I Flour has also advanced; and ihe be_"t ^T^'ir03 !^!!^8 ^ W-.fa bond. Theresas an Oxoellent demand for Anter Se ?le i!!!i£?lfe.ai.,S««: price.,, .supplies Lrdtvas 18 lo 50 shilling. ,'„ kegs.' Ifte President's messaira sfives l.nrmf'iil En wsurbnee^; gland that low duties on Brtli6h*eoas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

Onr Reduced Terms! The Hsrsld nnd B»P«s«or lj^ »S$v n™"2ft"^, l,.r,.t ONB.DOI.LAllA.Sni UFTY CBNTS jJ OT*, ?h_i what we mSS W Wl»5 -t» ••""""t'" ""J"1"' " rt",iTn»"K!Sh»«« «""'l, :*ta",, ^„'_5_'^___" >"•¦""" ¦ ».„„.-,„. iinil nryne-imiitn-or-ttniiEiiCTaes. ftZ rtWr? tt " mi rsancfl mm., At* A«y {»" IBt Si ™ • suHscrlrrtllms run severnl monlTis «vf r Tbs?hne Thellersld Is now the cMw^sncrJn. l„5Sty7>«id'n.rn1.K«s W-moi tetmirttintfmf «rri nfmr Its list of auhsMtbtrs is swsilBy Inwensln., 4TlVrVn<fcr'li'« proBrtbls »a»*rltal»K intftlAi... ,„ Jon pniNTINn of nrery description i,ieri|t<!i) wltll (Us nrmoM nnatnsss and at tlir, Jowast ¦ nrlccs, with nrw nnd fashlonatila type. Tht <putrsnsgc eX ffur MenasspeolftiTlj- sMolieileft. 1 Jniiit It. fiouoil.—The exectilive Commlltee ofthe fcimilierlntirl cotlhiy Teinnerance Bncit-ly have marie nn eneaceme'iit ^tth''Mr''"uoii^K, for one eveninsonly, thai ot llie'SSth Jantlary, Insl-tii address the cltUen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

FireT On Saturday night, last between Ihe hours of 9 and 10 o'clock, our citizens were starlled by the cry of fire, which some person on passing had discovered bursting/roip one of .he front windows of this office. 'Owing to tlie promptness and energy ot those who assembled the fire was speedily pnl ri-il, atler Burning a paper case and slightly damaging ¦he window and partition. Tha loss is very (rifling, and we think will nol exceed ten dollars. So well have we escaped Ihat we should not mention the matter al all if it were nol to express our rriostTu'jicere and hearty thanks 16 our worthy citizens lor the efricien. cy and zeal they manifested on our behalf on this occasion; but foi their efforts, which we will not soon forget, we; would have had a irriuch more'serious fire to chioniclo. or perhaps have been left without the means of giving any account at St.ll of it. -"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

" Mr. Cough's Lecture. 7. The lecluie of Mr. Gough,according lo no. tice is lo come off on to-morrow, Thursday evening, at half past six o'clock, in the Methodist Episcopal 'Church—we are informed that in this exclusion through the' Slate, Mr, Gough is under the "direction of the State Temperance Society,and Ihat it is by arrangement wilh them, Ihat poisons are admitted to his lecture here ..and elsewhere by ticket. We are glad that the pjjee ofthe ticket is so low'as to exclude none from the rich Ireat now presented lo the citizens of Carlisle.— It,will be strange il^or onrtany house in Carlisle will not be filled—oven jammed; when the largest halls in our cities are founil totally inadequate to contain the thousands which lime after time ass emble to hear and lo fe*el the magic of his elotjuence. We predict a crowded house. Tiekels-rnay be had al Loudon's and at Elliott's, and at Ihe door, on the evening of the meeting—price 12. cerus.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

Sabbath Convention, At the suggestion of the General Agent of tho Philadelphia Sabbath Association, tve the undersigned citizens of Adams. Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin and York courivies, respectfully request those in tlie aforesaid counties, who are grieved at the profanity of ihe holy Sabtialh, upon Tour Public and Slate VVorkSjTo meet in Convention at Caflfsle. on ..Wednesday the J7lh of February, to con_ sull how ils better observance can be promo led. ' . Ail who are triendly to this movement are earnestly solicited to be present at the proposed Convention. Rev. Mesers. S.S. Schmukor, D. DTG^P Krauth, D. D., J. Walsou, Profs. C. A. Hay, H. I-.Baugher, B. Keller, J. Tnneyrille,-3a. coos and Reynolds, Adams county; Rev. Pr&'t Emory, E. J. Newlin, J. A. Gere, J. Lillie, A. H. Kremer, Kempher, Hollman, Messrs. Prof. Caldwell, H. Duftield, A-Richards, R. Atigney, Cumberland co. Messrs. J. C. BUcher, J W. Weir, J. M. Awl, R. Mo Alister, XV. Duncan, DgtoLtm 'county.—Rev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

-great poet, How many cowards, wlio.c hearts are all ns false As (lairs ofsnnd, wenr yet upon Iheir chins The heard,! c,f llercMlns, and frowning Mars j Who,' inwnrd searched, hare liven, while as milk And these asaulne hut valor's excrement, To render them redoubted. Fickmn or Illinois ano Thompson or Mississippi.—These are the two members ol Congress, lories of course, who have commenced the attack upon Gen. Taylor—old Rough and Ready! Let their names be held up to the indignant scorn of the nations as the catspaws who have volunteered a service for Ihe imbecile administration which neither Mr? Polk nor his cabinet dared attempt! These men, like Allen, of Ohio, and Crary, of Michigan, who in I8J0 denounced Gen. Harrison as a petticoat general and a granny, may find that the people in Iheir honesty have a peculiar way of rebuking such contemptible slanders. Gen. Taylor is enshrined in the heart df hearts of. this nation. Any insult lo him is &n'insult to the nation, whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

Gen. Cass anOldPederallat. The Albany. Journal sayg ''there are fow merlin the couiifry who have acquired'greaf ness upon smaller capital, than Gen. Case.—- jHe aeidently-aoqriii&l an otlpr pt^neffioc^ cy' by, his brief connection wilh the army during the last war but he merils^lhe^appeilai ^ibflfSbouiasTrfiTchias Buchanan does, -who' had'nt and would'nt have, a drop of* demo--pralio blood in his veins-. : ,.-,;,,., , -y The following is a literal extract from Nile* Register of September 13th1 1834; '-,See-; yoli ^ page'.^y: j,.'..^ .ZZZx.ZfZ: Z')ZZ :,-' ''We have long eriteila'med ,a liigh opinion. oiithet^__s_md_ratuotism-6f-&yrr^ssf IhorShnot subscribitig to aH,:,)iis;9piniphsi but the facrf is. that while; his father,.,Major, Cass,, supe-fintendfi! the recruiting service jn-, Deluware.inl799 1800,'ior whatwe demo, orals styled the 'proyisioii eating army,' ;ha (ihe present Gen. Cass)j.wa's',: the Jpreceptqr .pjvjtfie Grammar School :iri. WilrhingtonAr^h way...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

^^'.•/.¦^'-..¦¦..^¦¦^.^^¦l^ial^ jj^g^^A^^^ K -;.j. he '<itBnexe^\'7W^asimi>'-'' ,itte. ., Mouse ol RepTOBenlatives on -Tuesdafei^f^te.'f^yi"—^^" ":"-->- Aw'Atnr ¦' l*«sy!;K- . T .-.-. ¦ . ¦ ¦-.. «*'-¦p-Kj .,'j;?r>'<,y:vty.h^.A ^¦^^\A9~fa^Kmx^^S^^t^iii i\t!i i"^ennsylv^ia^blijht^SVw-^^ay'e^ muttered? iritoftlie s'er^c^; -d«>ifig;. .th^jBJr> ' isllrig wax^^}^e0M\ZM^\- '''M'&%. Sai^^. i^^' i^^j^!J^i^'ki ditor^nefarbMHbj^^^ by required lb ascertain the expenses incurred by the Volunteers composing the two regiments of thi^ Slate "who have.been mustered Inlo the service duriiig,the existing war 'Vrith'-MSSfcoj'&buef thecblntrlaiid fespectively.0f; Col. Francis M, WyNKpoi;; arid. X>6l. Wm. B. Roberts, in travelling iiom. iheii. ho____Ob.th^placejlLieMeztotw at JP.Ua.. burg j' and that when the amounjjhaNMsa toJBrfainea, Ihe Governot shall draw his •wat rant therefor - iff favor of the paymaster general of the Un...

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