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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

!l m^^mm -.-- -\pmfa&m<n$, ?**" ' %wm^^^^m~ iliil'nnS' wi^nuitly.qn .hatid'ievery deicrlptibn' Jttl,^ Gt^TWNG,aR<tf^^ d and made inaijnsnrie»not...foibe •urpassed,: <nd »'re warrantedVbaaper than the tttpiejRUH'Ry ^-GoMs We!W'ahy^thWc;stabIlslimWflri-<hd ?f„Ued States. Al.fr,'e»6rjf*e.cr|ptibn, of Gra-TLtu»M«<a EuaitfsBijip.Geofa.a;pt-reduWcd prices, fhTsir'iaitingthW1''^?'" fimll'l°•l"!l l'•il!'e'* ,l " T^eT "tvh&& '"' NLi*^frW* MitrketStreCtvPhilitJelpWs. -»( '. :steptyni»tr so, i«46,i-i 11'.». ¦ ;' .'i-;^'"'' ',"•";,':; ^aTa1T'w»»Wa»*t«»•****• »t^»l .^.^.^jn^r-aiyitikj/A-i •¦( -¦Cl«T#Uiar-;4EW4.|Dl8l»J l.-iiti..[i—.lili: it'it'i •-' 1 ' ^Htt,aViMteit.h»vl!»liiB abd'to'b'v Iwl'ilM. XtJRACT'S OfcUlYBSTABblSHED; PIONKBR-LINB, No.i*» Market Sti'eei,' Philadelphia, who,hh» ja,ifini.hed!bne of thei large'st and moat eoYnplott'rfssoHrnqntWof'FALL antl WINTER.CLOTHING ih. the city, boiisUll.;,gMof'' S'uperiBla6k.Dress:tim(ta^...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

^mm mm*?^ irS^^^WC^oT fhe targest, best?|^liBc teti|' and JDheapest.Stobk praardwairi evfcr brought to Carlisle til I *'¦< ;+"rs' vf^Mi^^mMt^wt^Mi^n-' ipTraceTwd lrorpJhMity a .plepqidistotk oil riA^W^Ri*. rppfeBbV. SADDLjSRYV -' Chqap7Paint»i:OII, 1 V«rni.b,t ite.j which >h.' 1*= determined to sell.rrieoiJer (Aonjomi1.. '"• .^- '¦ Ji^mx^v^mvftvm wzmmhi» Bonking ipaleria.isu»*lJs,.L,M ahdSprews,nnilsahd.spikes,.wipdp^ nll.'sixs..,, .parpepiei;;*. tw>«)Of oil kiuds.wuefci aaplaues.iawB.chlSbls.ougurs^taeesTindbitsV compasHOsisoperlor e.-rnd papers Baddleryl'a ifull assortmbntodhSisllnr df b'rOT#'pWte'd:bfi(l JapanPrd Harhdsi'mduh(lng>l*itddle'iiee'> BfttV stirrup^ bUcTtel^'hog^rtihiVriw?^ slock.,' *b. Cabihtf Mdk'bV' .r' inaiujtf&tooL hogany .knpbj), .drawer, nnjl. chestlo^ik.,Be* •Mend sfcrewa and con^ A!»».»,splendid«Sertoi and .. ' mepi-nne ppn pocket jinives; Ubtokhifes arid fpl-ks;, fine,sole,Qia,land..hear.1 'Oiiup: .heazaiirt'zttt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

g^^^yigg ——Bt^iVv^'resriTVBW ^.- ^, ) . ^Oheapeat Qoldfe SU*er Watches ! ¦,goM'Lfte(«,lufr^m|iW,i'.i''.it.i'!> %t5 00 ..SHveriLevtwjiiilljewelledii.. ,! HSOO ; GpldLopines,jewelled,: 1.'-..> „„¦ ., ,5'0,'fjTJ nSIWer.LiepineSOetyelled,. :,j_,. ii,i6-j0iX T-r^fHVrQai^aerWalchesVfinequalllryv 10 DO' Gold1 Watches.ploln, , 1 ,.'., :„|a,00i !; Silver Spectacle., . . .-¦ . •: . • \,~K i Goldiponcils,. .-¦',:, .r-arjo, Gold Bracelets, 1 -,.., * - . . ,,4no< . Al.o.on handi n |argeassor(menlofBbld ahd Hair Braceleo, finger rings, breast pin*,: loop earrings, gold pens, silversrJoansy itogar tbrits. IhimhleB.gold ncclf Curb arid fob crminsiigtiaVd key.,. Bnd jewellery of. every dca'criptlonai' equally low prices. All I weiitlsn coll to Cantvinco.customers.. . Albkindsi ofi Wdtbhes dhd Clock, repaired! dnd wgrrontcd to. hecpig'oodi time for one year;. .'Old gold and .liter'bought •for cash OrdakanfihiieKChuhge. For .ale, 8 day. slid 30 boUr.Bros. Clocks, of : LEWIS LA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

¦ Qwm & ' 'WmffiWlffi ¦- ' '<'<¦' V'.l.i' X: ¦>;""' ¦ PUBLISHED .EVERY' WEDNESDAY. )FFICE in tht Soufat, West angle ofthe publi Squaiv, bodfoUhe 'CamteHoute. TERMS,OF SilBSCR|t>tipN\. . Diic Dollar and i^iny cents u year in advance. Tw*ft'rtolIurHpn>«WWHHihlli(Tycttr. ,T ' .""''V* * it\e Dollar lV>r six months >«.-¦* i -i,:- •. /<'•¦ V. . ^ ¦ ,i These trinns wlll.lJe.tf^l.ly ^i^bcrcil to. , .. RAt_§0^ AD VERTISING;;, Afh'('nttf('inf4hl^,n'"tstiijilfinee>iUiii^rtrioiB,\Yi)l.lie; luii-gctl atitidL itatc of^iftyccnt»'formielnsetiion,-rhr.e Uiniwfoi; d-.illDAIIU^;-_Lt.H ttt'fony-flve'fefchiii ftif . very m)nliMHqUeuiMnfiel-t.pn.^.Yearly *idv-rU-_t_ iVf 11 bf-clmrsciiiittilO'fWJniviripriueiii , , . , _ , ., Onn Cohimh,.\Vl(iitno pupur.foronc yonr,, -*¦ , #35 .Mnlfa rnhiililt, ' <|p." ', , do; M •'¦*""'¦ #I» Two pnUa,^, iVilii niirlrleHj{?hangCB, : ' ; • ' . $W HtifllmjPB Ci\r<lK>vitn tlie pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

¦y -i%mM$®$m>-:.,. '.'• 7 The License Question: ' 'NKtiri.ElNOLAijD.-i-llittiBre be any sincere friends ol Tenrfperaiice: who still doubt' the pyjjpdiency ;ol sustaining -- Moral Suasion, by ,I*gal,ye, wish he wpuM'spenif ^t.fe.w days ip^assacnusetts with his eyes open-, ,T|le .IJay.Siate'iwas th,?' first, ^ e believe, .Waftejfnpt" .th8/:r(jpret3BioM,ol' the (Jrunknrd'-ninnula^iure |by iawjanjli (through, enl-and gbodlprtunef th?,attempl has.beeiv.perseypipd in Id, this day: : 'Her Gdvernor, Lieutenant, Governor abd • most of her law-' rftakers are pledged .cljdrnpiona ol Total,Abstinence,.her. laws bohdemij the Liqupr traffic ihrejighouf; (ier-. border's.' Anil,' though at, first resisted, and defied as here, they are tiovv" very generally jsilfbrced. Tliere"'Breiewor-'ntt"agr'teu'llural totyns in which lutpjtieatlng.ljiqgorsare.op^n. jyjsold; anil there"a;'e townships often\\iOysarid inhabitants or river, hall engaged if) mktiufactures, wherein not a drop of Ardent Sp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

, , ,, Pf oiii\ho N«w, Yo^fc dourlsr & -Enquirer. :".... :;''^i••:TI^,JW!St6rta_s.., :'.' '"':' . . In the absence.,of Our Vegiilar files, arid indeed oX any^oreign •-papers,„w..e.s;ye5t.er(!|ayT - published: the brief telpginphio annpunce-i ment ofthe continuance of the massacre among Iho Nestpfians, and .of Ihe death by intp.alemei.it bf Mar Yohapnan. Th? sta(eftjent was one, of those ignorant blunders which since the establishment ofthe telegraph, haye become unusually common.— ,Ne such neWs.has been received. Advices frern kuristahrrjMe been received tothe 5th of Nnveihber, anil give details' ol llie terrible massacre which we anhou'h'ce'd. by the former steamer., , - ' It appears lhat Bedr Khan sent two mess.engefs to Ihe Nestorians'ot thd pastoral .djsfi-ici. threatening-to-'nllapk them unless the.y 'jent'him 10;000'head,,of callle. They acce-eded to bis demand! and this led, to another requisition, for anothergifr. This Iho Neslbriaris refused.. alleging that, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

Distress in Ir--dt lithe virioiis s'ialefeenls which reach u« are not grea,tjy. exaggerated, the most appal* ing distress exists, in Ireland, from the scar' city offood.., An Irish paper received1 by lh'« Hibemia steamer says,we entreat our reader* attention to. the lollowing, shpckjhg description of the state ot.Skibbereen, and the surrounding, district of West.'^rbery, In- tlio county of Cork, pfemising tbSt.it is only an. „ aggravated epitome oi the suflejings of Iho poor starving peasantry in other districts. It is by Mr, Cuminins, a county magistrate, who thus wrijes lolhe.pbke of Wellington : ' I went! on. Ihe .l^th inst. to Skibber,een( and' lo give the instance, .tiTo-trtowlana district which' I visited, as an example of,the slats of the en'iite coast district, I shall stale simply what I.there.saw., lt is situate on the eastefti) sideipf Castlehavei) harben; and is named South Keen, in Ihe parish o! Myross. Being aware that J should have to -witness Irightiul h'unger,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

Charles /. lutrersoll-lhe Torv. This strange -combln'ation of oild qualities aajra'the York Republican, which leaves ono in doubt, whether he is more lunatic, buffoon, knavp.or.fool, made a, speech last week in Congress "all about .jyjjj^.ajjgpt" Ihe War with Mexico. It „was ^ull of egotism-, and his intention seenis lb have been rather to startle people w ilh what he called his "original and novel views" than any thing else-In the course pf his harangue' he said-1—and such serilitnentfi' render Tiim aii. object eilhejr .' u! Ihp deepest pjiy or rnpsf buming^indigiiatibn—lhat "-- ¦ ' He wai bhe of. ihosBwIfb, bplie'vpil, -imi ' "should die in ihe"' "belief; that the capture of' . Capt. Thornton,- ihe'mhrtfer of C'tosiund ,'thB .lass, of PortpMcerefAemoji'Tbr/ipiafc ckc\tmstances for the United States. Il broke thnim. ¦ mp ! ¦ ¦''jiosthuWe'b-'tti.-'giije,' wiiibli„they;.,did>,no»' •"• know Whktp'do w.ith'befbre.",.Tf'«r.^»g*fi7--Iherhat'onee td'h state ofthings whicJi....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

Zfmw,:y[ :""\., axaQsi^-^tsS-ia^SS^SESSSiar IM -' r. >? 'J;i..'-il . ' I ' DOCTOR, MYEflS.,liBsnssnci»te<Uiis-_k_. ;,epnew,Mit.J. K..IA(!ilCSON,iiTlusW l)r»S antl Bonle HUtlncksi.' ¦ £_L Hi this srranperilenl,Drictnt- MVI-UIS will be rnsMeil '0 piye (ijs ilii>livi;lellsttciilion to tliuilur tics nf his rrofesstnn. - r, Carlisle, Se(itemHet»«0, lUM.-^JinB. -—' ¦ ¦ — M^'L^.^.l.UI__-^.r-~ _8©flffffi»Am.:aflfl)wpiB» - Hp.m^t^Icpyflcln., j-OFFICE- Main'street, in llie house for Vinerly occupied by'Dr. Ered.JElMiiDftn.^ Csrlisle. AprilfJ, 184C,f . .., p, __: _..»!¦¦ -'¦ ^.-1 -"-•' ' ¦ "7 —___-^- - _E)_Bi. rnp J(0i7^®®S2IB®8. ; • ' _z_J_F^5s5ifeT >sk Wll.ti' pert'orrh 'all :bpenitip>s «iion llic Tuuth'that ure.Ventiiyiid lortllfcir presel-' vsiinn.siichas Scaling, Fi/inf, Flagging, &c, sr will restore the loss ol'them, liy inserting Arf«cial, Teeth, I'rnia b's|ii|;1u- Tooth, lo B full ictt. (j.j()fHBe.oiiPHlstr<!«it,Bfcw doorsSouth nltlie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

" Ml®$$Uwm®m.; : BHOtJLI). YOU MEET MY TRUE 1.0VE: ^ [rnOM the oi.n'ai?RMAM\] , fillonlil you in«ct;iuy true lovt:,' Say—'l creotlter well; ...''- Should slle ask'yim hnw I fufci Say—'she best ran tell, . Should she nsk If I am sick, Ray— 1 died flfsnrrmv :- -* filiniild situ tbelt liojrlri IP woop, Say—I'll cnlnoJo-morrOH-i v Frbni the Guest, THE UA.TTI.ESIVAKE IllTE; " " Ho pllsleneil the dire snake. , •¦ * » Sulitlcsl beast of alt llie'fielil." . PAtl. Lost.' Tvyenly-one years ago, the goodly town of Chamfiersbiitj;, in Pennsylvania, wore- a dilli-rcnt aspect from wr.ni it does at the pre-^ellt day. In this brief period- a mighly chanpe htni-tiilcen"place in the condition of ihiniis around it. Railroads were, as yet, iliinus uiiKtioivii—Ihe rushing ot. the steam horse wilh his long train, rivalling Ihe speed (if'-lhe wild piiteon, hail not vet disturbed ihe erhoes ol- the mountain -vallies of Kranklin couniy. In ihbso days might be seen, in all iheir glory, those renowned -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

The Nest Expedition. I B—B—--=-_-=_-. , I II lh the course of a'few days or a few weeks, says the Philadelphia- Inquirer. We may, look lor stirring infeligence from the krWcrJ A movement of no lillie importance wafc on loot <rt the last dates. General Scott had 'tlPtraTrived' at Tampico on Ihe 12th, bity-Jie; was hourly expected, and we have reSsfin lo believe that the operations of our troops were in a great measure suspended with the object of awaiting his arrival.' lt is also probable thatGeneral Scolt would, before finaly determining upon any plan, hold a long and confidential interview with Gen. Taylor, and obtain from that gallant officeiyall the information in - his posession haying an immediate bearing upon the;campaiga. , The two. —enerals had not met al oiirjast accounts.. A. friend who lias-received a letter dated Tarnpioo.- Jan. 12, slaleslhat.Scott was at-Btazos,, but had riorcommutitcated With Gen. Taylor. The disposition bf the auny is such as would pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

FROM MEXICO The N. York Journal of Commerce gives a letter lo a gentlemen in New Yoik fiom a friend in Mexico, from which the following is an extract—"We are determined lo carry on llie war. Gen. Santa Anna has already collected at San Luis moie than 25,000 regular troops.— Our letters of marque are operating: ihey will strike in quarters where least expected, in Ihe Mediterranean and Indian S*Bt« &r.— We shall see how our neighbors will feel then.'* Tlie New York Herald ol yesterday, also contained a statement thnt we should soon hear of Mexican Privateers in the Indian 5eas, ind a letter from Key West ofthe 15ih ult. which staled lhat a vessel had sailed on the 16ihi from Havanna with despatches to Com. Conner from the American Consul ai that port, which were supposed lo relate lo vessels being.fiiled out as Privateers of whi<'h the authorities were, perfectly cognizant.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

A- REPORTED 'BATTLEr ' The New Yoik Herald of Friday says.— 'll was .stated op 'change, yesterday, that a privale teller had been received from ihe frigate Savannah, one allhe Pacific squadron containing intelligence ot the/rapture ol more terriiory, and of a battle wilh the Mexicans," in which they were defeated, although they considetably outnumbered Ihe Americans.— The letter was dated at Mazatlan. Pauper Emigrants-—The city ol N. York is literally overrun wilh pauper emigrants.— The Courier and Enquirer says the number daily landed there and thrown upon chatty is almost incredible. The.Garnck brdughl over 300 steerage passengers, and no less than 150 of lliem reaened Ihe cily in a stale, of uller desliluiion, and were sheltered in the Ki'rsl Ward station House/ The Alms House is now so crowded, and the applications loi admission so constant, the Commisionec has absolutely oeen compelled 10 turn ihe dead houscM liellevue into a receptacle for the living. Il is also contem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

Onr Reduced Terms! " . The Hsrsld Anil Expositor Is now offered tn-subsc Iters ut ONE DOIJ.AIt AND FIFTY CENTS avso. but unly when ptild IN ADVANCE. Two dollars 1 nol paid In advance.- We hep our Mends lo remember that what we mean by paying In advance Is paying at the lilne nfsubscrlbliti- of at. ihc beginning of 4 new yenr. We hope lo find none rnean or unpenerbus enough to ask ibr It at' ihe reduced terms, aPer they have let iheir suhscrlpiiniis run several months over lite time. The Herald Is now tho- cheapest paper In IheCounty: and furnlshesaarinuch reading matter-si nriy other. Its list of subscribers Is steadily Increasing, whiclrrendcrs-it a profitable advertising niediulri; --' : JOB PRINTtNG ofevery description ex«enled wilh the ul most neatness nh'd' atiho liiWcst prlres, with new and fashionable type. The- patronage, of our frlondsspecl'fillly sreolicltod.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

^^mM^jimiM^i^^^ £^hes«^hMa"=Mil|ionapl»CTror^atioiFtBilF was taken uJrrtMje^^B^n Tuesday.— An interestmgBpla^^oajciebatb isantici-^rjited, a^t^irfflWjffiteltoS1*^?!1??' ! ' M|£rs^^ep»l7SWn *nd ° th8tS WiU dffijie Pt':AjwlMiiwi»8 to |he war.— Some ^ilfe lelWfcJwHjprs intimate that the AfvVilmot^fp«l.^^g»m8t Slavery will be sacrificed bySomb ol theTJorthern Locofocos. We trusPwery ihan-Hhat-does' so will'be mai'4e; d.- r ¦ •¦ ^'mr^S^iby^ A7[innmfm' og'i^"'Sei bate; tini.(aV'or.;of.\the^'iippliSpriait|bn. His speech fully admitted that we are engaged' in. a war vt conquest—thus giving the lib' to Mr. Polk's assertions. He remarked' ¦' that our government began to feel lhat we were engaged in an expensive war,',', and intimated that the administration was in possession of obi respondepce wliiph; showed l.hat;Kepoe could bp. secured, if Ihia.-93,000,000 was granted.. ¦ Mr, S. thought we ought not to gtt less territory than New Mexico and Uppei' California.' If is Very plain from ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

. ^ssbbssssksb ¦ Hw very .Democrallc! "IS P;enera\ly thecase ihatthose who are, loudo8t ,„ ttictir demooralio professions, are ref'jilly the most arislocralio Federalists in 'principle and pfactice. It is so with the misnamed "democratic" parly, of which Polk and Buchanan stand al the head,- and which is anxious to establish a Liduienant Generalship for Ihe Army. Read the subjoined de finition of Ibis aristocratic office, wlucn is laken Irom Brande's Cyclopedia: ' Zieufennnt General for the Kingdom.—A dignity equivalent to that of Kegeui, which has occasionally been held in Frarce ontemporary emergencies. The Count d'Artois (alterwards Charles X,)took thistitle iri 1814 on entering France, and held it until the arrival of his troth' er, Louis XVII. Oh the expulsion of Charles X, in 1830, Ihe- Dnke of Orleans w'as consliiuted. Lieutenant General, both by "an ordinance of that Prince and by the provisory government ofthe Hotel de Ville, on July 29th and retained the title unti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

The Tariff aiid Prices. The famine in Europe arid the appalling distress in Ireland are hailed as a perfect "God-send" by the locofoco press, lor it has created an unusual'demand lor the bread stufis ot ihe Ihe United States and has consequently raised prices. But instead of admitting this distress in Europe lo be the cause o,f the great demand lor bread-sluffs, the locofoco press, and the Volunteer among. Ihe rest, are trying to make the Farmers believe lhat it is all owing to Sir Robeit Walker's new Tariff and Sub Tieasury! ' In (his they only add another insult lo the intelligence of iheir readers. The country is prosperous t»» spite oi these measures, by reason of the peculiar situation of all Europe in legard lo breadstuff's. A short crop ol..Wheat, Corn, Polatoes, &c. abroad, aud a short crop ol colton at hpme,haspioduced results which have tneutralized the misclieviousieflects of the reduced Tariff and die Sub-Treasury. The Tariff has no more to do wilh the pric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

Penmylvania Polltlcrat^Bbliig ~^f— ion.'- ; ¦ ¦ v1""' 'The Washington coriesppnderitotthe Baltimbre" Sun, (a neutral paper of thejjfdger. stamp-!) grvesTan inkling-^f-the;plaS*adoptedbjr ihe political managers,:at;Wa8hingtPn, in order tp/whe'e.I.PehnsyrTama^ the1 Ix_ofdfcp'!rapi:8,p'r t^!-ialI/;j..^Bd|[|[pep^' ii<f iifgB&ious deVeiojtement; dt'thiS t&mj-ofli-.. .S™J^''fe*?^^I_ni_Wsi', _rvWfiV'a''s*'*1« jjial.pgan^ftbe^amiiilStralib^i^ ^'(Tffj'elfo^meroial'nevvr^ gi^en great encouragement to the financial ¦ and'c.ommetcial plans of'the Seoietaiyof the Treasury, tw!liQ succeeds ip making daily new. converts to"the TarirT6f- 1846r"Hehas not given up taxing the tree list,"and thentimber {ofmenibers agreeing with ifipi is';dajly iiir icreasingj. in both! Branches: oi: the nhlional legislature. It is also understood -that he is goingllo make his peace with Pennsylvania by recbrrimendirig hims^li increased dubes on cofil and iron, nnrt'*n!at, on that condition,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

&WW wm^Mim* Anll-Slatery Kesointions. __ —We-omitted-to-mention—in—our-lasHhepassage ol the following very important Resolutions in our Stale Legislature. They speak the voice of Pennsylvania boldly and honest|y! In the House the resolutions passed unanimously—in the Senate there were but three dissenting voices. Whereas, The exisling war with .Mexico may result in the acquisition of new territory to (he I'rtioh. And whereas, measures ar3-now pending in Congress having in view the approptlalion of money and Ihe conferring aullpify upon Ihe Irealy making power to thi^dnd. Therefoie Re|blved,uy the Senare and-House oi _$Asentattves ol the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, That ou^Senators in Congress be instructed and oiir Representatives requesled to vote against any measure whatever by. which tertitorywiu accrue lo the Union, unless as a part ofthe fundamental law upon which any compact or treaty for this' purpose is basedslavery or involuntary serv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 February 1847

Sayings and Doings at Wa8hlngi|i. -^jGENTTSVjMIlTHj^M^liTl The National" Intelligen^/j'^lRThurslpr,1 fv— ¦ ^if' In ft'"The United Stales Spnallffi(that tjplflb jiody, where faction has nevi^ye\ib\Jpd'an .ab'idfilig place,though party has sn'metfrhes"1' .firawjf its lines a liltfe too lightly, has killed the^ vote ot censure upon Gen. Tavuob. The Senate, as the National lnlelhgencer truly observes, in this case inuch more truly representing the nationalJeeling and,sentirpetd,.wn\f\ ihe- HousP-bf-1 Representative's, has already come lo ihe rescue ol the patriot old soldier. The Joint Resolution from the House, dis-,graced! as': it wad by I tbe amendment of Mr. Thompson .ot l^tississippi,, coming Up.;pn Wednesday in'the Senate, was summarily divested 61 lis offensive character by substituting for it an unexceptionable form ot thanks; and the Resolution, now really become whal iPpurpprted lo bp, was passed by yeas and. nays—yeas 43, nays ijpNB. The subject, returns to the House o...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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