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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Connecticut Election. Returns have been received from all but three towns, and the result is as follows. For Governor: Clark Bissell, Federalist, 28,420 Geo. S. Catlin, Democrat, 26,053 Abolition, 1J286 Bissell 's majority over all, 1,091 The House stands 117 Federalists and 96 Democsats; not determined, 8. Senate—Federalists 13; Democrats G ; not determined, 2. Last year—Bissell, Fed., 30,137; Toucey, Dem., 27,-102 ; Abolition, 2,135. Legislature about the same as last year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

' [D~ Extract from one of the letters of the Washington correspondent of the Harrisburg- Union: I was at a little supper the other evening with a few of the sons of tho Emerald Isle, and I Was not a little gratified with the enthusiasm manifested by them in favor of Mr. Buchanan. One of their toasts was: " The Democracy—We will serve up the finest Buck in all Pennsylvania for dinner, at the White House, on the 4th of March, 1S49. " Q3" The Providence Herald notices a rumor that Louis Phillippe is coming to Rhode Island, to seek, protection from the sovereignty of-the people. f =

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Pennsylvania Law Journal.—This Journal has been purchased b y Himersly & Co., of this city, and will hereafter he published by them. It is edited by '• an association of gentlemen learned in the law," the principal of whom is understood to be a distinguished jurist of this city. We have received the first (or April) number, published under the new arrangement. It is handsomely printed, and contains much that is both useful and interesting to gentlemen of the legal and medical professions. Published monthly at $3 in advance. —Examiner.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

.$J~ Hon. James Buchanan, the distinguishes Secretary of State of the United States, arrived yesterday evening by. the Southern train of cars, in this city. His stay in our city, we learn, will be necessarily brief, owing to his numerous and pressing public duties at Washington. \ ; ; 07" We are under obligations to Hon. David S. Kauffman, the popular representative at Washington, from Texas, for a neatly executed pamphlet, containing all tlie addresses delivered in Congress on the occasion of the death of Mr. Adams.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

The Vice PnEsiDENCT.—The Nashville Union and Knoxville Standard (Tenn.) have placed the name of Ex-Governor A. V. Brows at the head of their columns as a candidate for the Vice Presidency ; subject to the decision of the Democratic National Convention. E7" Madame de Lamartine and Madame Ledru Bolin, are both Irish ladies These ladies are both engaged in patronizing balls and concerts lor the benefit of those who have suffered by the revolution.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Sudden Death. We learn with regret that as Mr. Joseph Hoover, a much respected citizen of West Hempfield township, in this county, was on Thuesday morning last in the act of disposing of a lot of cattle at Parksburg, in Chester county, he was struck down by apoplexy and instantly expired His remains were conveyed oh the same day to his afflicted wife and children, whom he had left, full of health and hope, the day previous. Truly, "in the'midst of life we are in death.''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Sj* Amos Took, a representative in Congress -fiom New Hampshire, in a speech in that body, jittered the following most infamous, dastardly, barbarous and treasonable sentiments: . " Let the same vote that deelared the war unnecessary and unconstitutional, STARVE IT TO DEATH BY WITHHOLDING SUPPLIES ! » Tie Hon. Jobs Bell, of Tennessee, uttered a sentiment somewhat similar: " My advice ie, Stop the war 1,'Flce the countrj aa you would a city doomed to destruction by fire from'Heaven.1 "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

A Prophecy.—The New Orleans Evening National says—" Within nin- ¦¦ days after the final ratification- of the Treaty of Peace between the United States of the North and the Republic of Mexico, the Mexican Departments of New Leon, Tamaulipas, and Coahuila, will revolt and declare themselves free and independent of the Government of Mexico. Gen. Mirabeau B. Lamar, of Texas, will be the first President of the New Republic of New Leon." i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Poon Fun.—A young man in Bedford recently inhaled Chloroform for the fun of the thing, aniil was seized with convulsions, which lasted sixteen hours. Queeb Insanitt.—Lieut. Amasa Paine, of the U. S. Navy, the Boston Herald says, has been detected in stealing the government small ¦ stores at the Navy Yard in Charlestown. A court of inquiry decided that he was insane.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

rUr-Mn. AsTon was in the habit of converting two-thirds of his annual gains into real estate, not one foot of which did he ever mortgage. The estimates of the value of his property are various. Those knowing ' his affairs best, placing it at S30,000,UI)0 ; and some as high even as $50,l)00,00a His income on a moderate estimate must have been, of late, $2,000,001) a year, or SlfiH.000 a month, which is about S11,500 a week; " $5700 a day $a-HJ an hour, and S-l a minute.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Mr. Nugent. The United States Court, on Friday, decided unanimously, that Mr. Nugent, who had been committed by the Senate for refusing to say from whom he had received a copy of the secret papers touchingrthe Mexican treaty, and who had been brought before the Court offi a writ of habeas corpus, should be remanded into die custody of the Sergeant-atarras of the Senate!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Elegant Extract. "I thought I vxu addressing Baltimoreans—but I see that I am speaking to a meeting where Blackboards have the »i«ay"/—[Spoken by Reverdy Johnson, whig Senator from Maryland, at a Taylor meeting in Baltimore.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

IE7* Several clergymen in different parts of the country, have recently preached on the Divine right of Insurrection. That's the way to keep the ball rolling. |p" Mr. Clay's fee in his late case before the U. S. Supreme Court was $8000!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

JET"The whigsare mad! I hang my head with humiliation and shame when I think that I have been a memher of their party. It seems to me that the whig leaders zre guilty of the worst kind of treason."—[Cuaeles JJaxlor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Vivk La Homboo.—The famous Geo. Washshington Dixon, negro melodist, editor, General, and tall walker, has just now turned up again at New Orleans, characteristically editing the "Army and Navy Gazette."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Telegraphic Mista-ke.—An amusing blunder occurred a few days since in a telegraphic communication from Mobile to New Orleans. The words to be sent were "Mr. Sevier is confirmed.'' They were duly reported "Mrs. Sevier is confined."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

C7* Horace Mahs, the whig candidate, has been elected to Congress from MassieJHJsetts, from the district of j, Q. Adams, by 1300 majority.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

V> the migmtfim w»* flight of Mettwnirt.. The> P[ rwtor.flf Foliw, M, SeMnWcy, hw been «*P?Um. TbMwiW of Wnee Mutteroich- ww .wf ked by tbe mob, jwd tbo Grand Bakes have withdrawn into private life, Tb« military have left the city, which .is " under the protection of the city guards. 'and the students. The accounts ate but meagre as to details, but die result proves that a revolution has been effected in the Austrian capital A letter of the 13th inst, Irorri Vienna, says: "Vienna is in foil revolt All the inhabitants of the capital rose en masse, and every one is in fermentation. The itadents united with the burgess guard. The crowd then proceeded to the villa of Prince Metternich, situated on the Reeweg. and destroyed it After that they proceeded to the Chancellery of the State, the students heading them. The most exaggerated demands were made. A person who was. however, not known, appeared on the balcony, and declared that the Emperor would in a short time satisfy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

90. SO. 1000 WOtSO. REWARD!!! CAN it bo Mid ihM all believo without calling and proving to (heir own Mtitfkction tfmt f o«*» are selling at the) owe it price* MNo.80 * therefore we «peciaUy invite our town and country frieadi to ecu re bargain! in the purchase of Spring and Summer Dry Goob. Ginghami, 121 cents; Delaines,1 121 cents; Calicoes, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 cents per yard, choice patterns, splendid light colored satin striped Alpaca LustreLinen Lustre dress goods, extra large sized colored Delaine Shawls, very fine and cheap. Also, Bedticking, 6i cents; bleached and unbleached Muslin, a yard wide, 5, 6, 7, and 8 cents; Conestoga Muslin, Si cents by the piece;.Cloths, Casaimeres, Vestings, fee. Summer Goods, for men's and boy's wear, from 8 to 12> cents, with a general assortment of dry goods, equally as cheap. Please call and see, under the Museum, 2 squares from the Court House, North Queen street, where you will be amply rewarded for your trouble in the way of chea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

^ommcvcial llccovb. PHILADELPHIA MARKET. REVIEW FOR THE WEEK ENDING APRIL 8. FLOUR AND MEAL.—Tho continued light receipts arid small stock of Flour has <i tendency to sustain prices, but the market has been nearly at n stand for the last week, and sales are only to the extent of about 3500 bbls.at $6" per bbl., including some small lota picked up at $5,87£a$o,94, and 500 .bbls. Western at a price not public, closing very quiet, and without inquiry for export. Good brands for City use sell at S6a6,13i, and extra at S6,25aS6,37| der bbl. Rye Flour has been in better request; SOG-bbJs. sold " at $3,87;-. Corn Meal has been in better demand, and 2000 bbls. Penna, sold at ©2,25; subsequently sales to the extent of 1200 bbls. were made at S2,S7j, including Stanton Mills at the latter price. GRAIN.—The arrivals of Wheat are light, and some 11 to 1200 bushels have been taken at 155 ct s for Reds, and 135 cts for White, including small lots in store at 140 cts. Rye has declined ...

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