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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

POETRY^ Z^ ¦'•* "With sweetest flowers enricliM.-' - • From various gardens cull'd with tare." "Fir the Carlisle Herald & -Expositor. - ¦ — ;' Stanzas.' . j. '¦ Give me that leaf, by thine own band _ 1""_; ' Plucked from its native tree; •'- • . _. Twill teachme-m some other-land ¦ -**"" -^:._Still to remember thee.,. „--''.- '- Aye, give me lhat fading.leaf, - Fresh from its tender'bough ; '.*IVill cheer me when old wrinkled grief . JfSts,broo«iiig on my brow-. . ¦ .. ,J. t ItsVuherccl form shall greet-my eyes, Still welcometo ihy sight; • And thoughts of thee as oft shall rise, . . Replete witli,chaste delight... —-Then give it me, I ask'uo more— - -----' - Eru I i'rom thee shall part; Yet give me what was mine before—Give back to me my heart. E. . JVbvember, 1838. For the Carlisle Hcruld St Fyxpositor; , .Stanzas. -..'¦'¦¦ Originally designed f?r a better purpose, ^Tiswellj—I leave with no regret, Though friends remain behind inej The heart of love and friendship ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

- .¦ - -.-- - -,¦¦,-- - ^d^—SBjL^CT TJlliE, : From the Wilkesbarre Fqrmer. PAUSAlVIAS.f OK - -•' -THE EPHOR OF ^AltTA. ... BY J. H. SIEWERS. • «£s ~-GH'rHus;-r-Fricndhave^>-carejr-Ttr^ :":-—7—"¦'¦ '- . Your next step may be fatal. Sr.—Old man—away, away IIlEn(~IVe heard thee darkly speak of an event ¦ - -; Which happenedjiereabouts.by tliis same • tower. Witch With thy hand ? Manfb.—Not with my hand, but heart— - Z]_~l If gazeironiniiie aiiil withdrew. Oh,she was changed. As by'tlie sickness.of her soul—her mind-. Had waniUjrcd from its dwelling. My dream was past, it had no farther change. '•.-' ¦ "*~ '-••¦'. —r--¦¦¦¦¦ ^ .Byjion,'_ Did we a|yde by the vaunted precedents Of Antiquity, did we adinire its institutions as we cherish Uie classic lore of its' poets -and-scholars;—w«e-we-guidctl-by,-the-teach ings of its political creeds, Africa had been spared the horrors of~the: slave trade,~afld America had one atonement less to m^ke •to injured.Humanity ,. - ', -' ' ¦ "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

XAUGHABLE SCENE VN THE HOUSE OF commons; from the tecoml ut-ties of "Raiiilom iircollections of '•the Lo.-ils and Coiiimcus." , ..In my first series of this work t gave an •musing anecdote respecting '.fttr Martin. ¦ A still, heller remains to be told; My only regrc't'is, that, no words can" convey ¦ any Sd&of the thingitself. He hail bedn speaking, of the bad feelings, frequently ending in ' ¦duets, 'which was--often eiigeiidered in the minds of honorable members in consequence' ofa misconception, not irierely of WhaFwaa ¦ meafct, but pften of: what' was said, by |othe'r honorable geTillemeiu "And,' Mr. jSpakcr," said Martin,, with that rich Irish "feWguVwhich he t^talnwrtlhlre^ln'sriTrrasg'reat perfection as . if lie had never heard ;an Englishman open his mouth'; "And, Mr; 'Spaker, with your permission, I will give j -..yourself and the hotise a case in point.—- ; That Case, Mr.- Spakbf, decured to meselfi You know, Sir.-^and the House knows, that "T_r"rwasopposed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

-."Very Rale Fb'obbi KSironc. ." From tlie National Gaietts."" ' . The New - York arid Liverpool packet ship Virginian) arrived on Monday evonrlligi has brought us. files; of London papers to the 1st of October, and Liverpool W the date'following., Wc-jiinoxfa few' itelns culled from these journals, and a summary of news from the New Ydt; k papers. A tnontlily magazine has just made its appearance in-London-devoted to the elucidation of tho present state, suffering's and prospects of the Polish tiaiiorl. The editors entertain the hope that there' are feasible means of restoring the. liberty^of that great arid gallant people. At'.pfe'sept, the most desirable, it niaf be said the essential olijeSlj" is ttiitiit'e tho two parties of the Poles themselves info one body, working harmoniously to're-BStablish their national independence;.Tlt seems„tliat iiLPoland,.a8 well as among the exiles, conflicting- Views respecting government are the cause of the inertness of the whole body; A ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

-in ' , 1 1 ' ¦ " ' ^JThc'Mobctf' ' Secoard .T8poIb«EsI.' The kitchen,rhetoricians at Washington talked of: the ^ iesult of the Pennsylvania Elections as^'the sober second thought of the people" which is '.'never wrong!*' tf We could place any confidence in the outgivings* of the "Globe, or the sincerity of its masters, we might believe: the administration was "about to.act on some "sober.secbnd thought" too; for.in the Official iourpal.of yesterday we find the'following remarJsabl'e declaratipnj.; ' / ¦ . "The Government will, at nil limes',.be disposed to extend such legal accommodations to the Banks'ami to Commerce as may. he in its power.*' If this is honest and sincere, it is truly a "sober second thought;" for only a little while "ago the . mep.irj_pfftae^ to iiiterfere in the.regulation.oi'theiclurrency or the -exchanges; "Let the Government provide for itself a safe currency" (said Mr. Senator ti'ri' ghl.) ',fcLef :the- people take care, of 'themselves.-?' Mr. Van Bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

'.'-,--' ^JT ". * "¦ ,^iir*MARSHALL COLLEGE; '"'"" " . ""' Merccrsburg,IUrr . _^^_ This truly flourishing ^ Institution Will open its Winter; Session"', with "flattering, .prospects; The increase in the number of its students, has enabled the Board of Tros-Hees to enlarge the Faculty. An additional I Professor.in the College; and a Teacherin , the. Preparatory Department haVe bee'nap-Lj>(iinted-duringUhe--pastr.S.essibti--so--that-a .sufficient-number' of Professors and Teach-' ers are^ now engaged, <6;do*ample.justice, to* the young-gcntlerhen who have placed themselves under the'earc-of its officers;- -Wi'th.a Faculty of such emi'nerif and ac-' ; ¦ | ofa ridge of MquntainS7"at once, grand andheautifuh-.The health of-tlm'viilag!e is proverbial—the; .surrounding country rich arid fertile—rits inhabitants virtuous and in-; ttdligaht. and tlie tejnprin1fm^p^yjning_merij in.'Fgjr'll to their' fnor.d liaBits",*'rire; less, perhaps, than in anyjither towiTwith!which...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

DELAWARE COUNTY.': •., Sine? we have hadari opportunityof looking at th'a offieial returns of the late election, we take great pleasure in stating that the honest, yeoriiariry of Delaware County done their duty at the polls, and done it well.'— Jn propqrfioh to the nrimb^er of inhabitants, we find that our majority for Governor Rit-NER'is much greater than anvotheremmty in-the-.Commonwealth. This fact speaks volumes for the intelligence of her nitizsnsj IJer sons deserv'e'i arid; should receive the thanks of,the great republican party In this State.—-Delaware 'Cy. -JlepUbiicttnt'.-.. ¦ "-A-cetnEN*;"—WBirleafa that" aririSirertho name of Hubbell, who wis-working-at-tho Clifton scythe works, in Winchester, was instantly killed on Friday laS't, by the burst ling of a grindstor ie on which lie w^s grinding a scythe. He has lefta wife and two vhi&ria.-<-Harfford Coarant, ..:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

V MURDER AND SUICIDE; gathjr-flowers, fo.r her, carry her in his arriis, and.show herall the little endearments' in.his power* On Thursday-last, '-'Poor Tom" called as-ushal at Saiiriderson's cottage for little Susarij but as they did not return at their accustomed hour, their parents became alar'medj they waited patiently until about nine o'clock, and then-proceeded invseafch of them; They- had not looked far before the body^ pf the little girl was disepveredoriT llibliauk of a rrvef-wrrich runs through Mr. Allotson's farm. - Blood was lying in pools around her, the whole of her di'ess tvastorn from her back, and her.body.was covered .With Wbihids and bruises, . The'search was then enntinued, and at'a long distance,-the body of Thomas Ali«tsbnV "\iTis ; fburid j- wi!h—his throat cut from ear -to ear... In. his Ji'ar idjie gi-hsped ^ Iurge clasp kiiife-, with which it was evident he had iriflete.d,tlie murderous Wound. No doiib't, exists that the Wretched, being was the mtirdp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

• ¦ .' From the New Yorli tVIng. ' ¦¦¦ Wmiztsi iid»k as^j&'T!! :¦/ :! Two years ago, Martin.-Vah,B,Uren: was •elected President, having about 25,000 majority of the 1,500,000 votes ,cast in the Union, cbitnting Sputh Carolina as nothlngi Let us see how he has prospered siriceV In 1836, he carried Maihig by 9,000 at the State eleetion, and 7,O0o out of 37,000 bri a meager vote for President;, ,At the late election, he succeeded by about 3,000 illegal. Votes in 4o;000. Whig positive gain, 4,000.' • ~ - -. - ..- _— ;.--. ' InT83j5,heearried New Hampshire with but:asllpw of opposition. Majority 12,500 in 2S{500 votes. At the last election- he carried tlip'Stat? by about 3,000 jn 54,000 fotes. Positive-Whig gain, 9,000, . ' -^MflasaehusiUes -cwenW-against- himT by-8,000—last election, 18,000, Whig gain, ¦ 10,000. Vermont gave 4,000 hgainst him in the State election, which so discouraged his parlizaps that they did Trot turn- out to vote Jbr_P.reside.11t,.andJhp_3Vhig^lMr^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

S'liiffi'iliii' Cast" <id'a'ii!.i!BtiJs A Commission of Lunacy Was held last •Week at'IpsWichtoihquIre into the state of mirid 'of ;Tobias Rivett, -Esq. of Bradford, dri bid. gentleman of severity years of. age, the iastsurviver.of a very apbierit fajmily in the county, of Suffolk. At an earfy period of life he. sjiowed a most revengeful spirit, acting with great malignity tb: those offendinffhim. Abbut thir'tv-five vears Rinft/hri altaeked:a tbll-gatc keeper, who had given him offence, and most serioirly injured him. Iii consequence of this and ojlt'cr similar conduct lid was^-placed untie/restMint, aiid when being conveye.d to!th| asylum he refused to pay for his'own and the cbnslable'sbreakfast,. alleging ihatjm had"not ~ a penny in the'world, although lie-had in his poekets-aljtlie—saine—titne:--moi4a--tha!i—fodrtcan tlioiisand poiiiuls inriiotes .arid gold. - Aftep his release from-the-asylum he grive„,up living in the mansion house of the f.iinily, and tnpk'.a l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

----'-'-- . .AN ONLYrSONV "Alaii's iii.hujti'.iriiiy to man,--- Makes ebiiuthiss thousands inour.;." I knew an onlysbn, a b.>y of r.u;-.i promise, he grew tip strong, -hold" and-active, full of spirit and-fulL .of..enterprise. His parents wore opulent aiid.iiitidligeiit;'- their views of life willi -all its ivspousibiliti.-s were broad and deep,' geiierHtiS in tlk'ir affection, they miniiled extensively in', society,- whi(-h they-elt'vated-and-enrioblecl by their-influence." They were rich in their domestic joys; their son, their. darling son, was a source of tjie purest delight. There seemed no eause'for 'solicitude for him; no weak points t> watch over, to .guard and s'.i.ppnrt; he posses e.l a sriq'iTcoe.stilutio:!, j liis intellect ami his temper were as fair, free front "any defect as were bis physical powers; the- Ieadiusro!)jeols of his-parents scorned to be to git'e to -eyery faculty its uiost vigorous groWth, and 'spread the -whole-character—to-its-bro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

GEN. HARRISON'S REsId^NCE? The great number of. beau'tifulyillas, dofi ting-the banks of the Ohio, in the-vicinity of Cincinnati', impart a variety and interest to the landscape, and convey, a' picturesqueaspect beyond any thing of the kind-fiia"ve seen in the West; , Among others, Was the reside'riccLof-GeneraLlIarrison,- Jilfhe Farmer of North Bend," a fine old fashioned' lookirig mansion, standipg asliort disfarice from.the shore, at the pointwhere .the river takes a:-wide swoop,, from which circurii, J stance the G!eneral derives his soubriquet. I gazed wifrfa glow of ^patriotic- pride'-bnthe- venerable edifice where dweH. one of An1erreaJ3"irmst~glffed "r ind"^fTlbtic"soris; one whose victorious sword had so'often been ulislieathed in the cause of human rights, arid Whose proud banner had always led the way to conquest, and ever waved in triumph-—' "Slinking from lis folds diemny and ruin. Through the affrighted ranks'" In. the various departments of His chef que.rcd an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

Megsster'^. Notice; -.¦ REGISTER'S OFFICER Carlisle, Oct. 27, 1838. 3 NOTICE-is hereby given, tb all Lega-Tees";"(rfe"drft!rs, ;riidl)fhef"^tirsbris"c"bric"e7ri-"" ! ed, that the following Accounts have beenfifed in this office for ^ examinatioii, by tho '"accountants therein hamedi and will be presented to the Orphans' Court of Curnberi j land county, for confirmation apd allowance, o'n Tuesday the 2,1th day of November, A. D. 16S6: i---i^-Fhe--.admini'stratipnr account-of-. Jli -Smilh^JUc-Kinn'ty stnil Robert Afc Kinney j. Execti't^'rsf f J/iseph. Mck-uiney, deceased; ,!2:. Therallministratifin'account- of ./b/«i ^?777r,^Executor"of"SaTnitel-Tlnbyv"dec'd7--- 3: The administration account of Jacob Baker, Administrator of George Baker, de- .. ceased* 4: The supplerriental and final adminis • ," tratibn accbunt.of jfffl'cAe/. Kline,-A.dminis- - tratrix bf George KHrierEs"q7"dec"e"as"e"d; ^ 5: The administration' account of Johri ..-TJirush, Admintstrator of Isabella Clarke deceased...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

. ' as - . THE 'hiEOLOOICAL SEMINARY? The Rev. Dr. Mayer bavins: acce pted of the"' appoiritinent^f I'rofessoFof Theology, the Winter Srfsion-in this Institution will re-operi 611 Friday, November 9. The ! Rev: Dr. Faucji is Professor (if Biblical Literature ;\nd Oriental Literature.—lb. Several large steamboats left Buffalo, on the 25th ultimo, for the West, heavily freighted with merchandise,' and carrying 2000 emigrants;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

fiJERALD &, Expositor: BY GEORGE M. PHILLIPS. :. Toesday Afternoon, November 6, 18S8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

Oni' Own .fit air si Cold and cheerless winter is' fast approaching-^- Jack Frost ha* already made his appearance—and we »re not «o well prepared to meet.tlie inclemency ofa long and dreary winter as we could wishi' Oar JPatrons, therefore, who .know themselves indebted to us for subscription, job work, or ..advertising, and who have plenty of this world's go,odg, would.perfomi but an. actof justice_by..callingJufiqn. us at once and liquidating their accounts. We have 'labored long and arduously for theln—weTh'avc " spent- mid been spent" in their service, and we now look for our re> ward. We have recently been-at considerable expense iri furnishing our office with a new press and new.tips' : oiir-paper and ink.manufacturers wish to be paid; our compositors, too, (and compositors are the most'unreasonable fellows in existence) will not labor for nothing, and I10H.KY we must have. Next _week, many of our friends will be in attendance at eourt; and an cxccTlenToppTCHinl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

Applicants for Office. ' Since our lan, we l.aye,heard of so*e new appn. cants to the Governor elect, who is doomed to lu^e a difficult time with his hungry partisansi _ 1;j this county, if we may judge from ttiC numerous petitions that "are afloat, and the exertions tmft ire mftking-to procure signatures! The "federalists and.Aristocrats," as theTrlends of Gov. Sltner were,reproachfully termed before tlie election, are now called upon by the Porter m'sn for their signatures; and every exertion is made to swell their lists from, alt parties,— Thus, after all their declarations, about dimocracy ni d patriotism, we find they SnTrevolve Into public office and private gair.;imii without even regarding the njenris.made-ii)e'oftb oniainthe «W. Beforetlie election, tiiey sKbiiieil'«.' doWn Willi the present Constitution"—-"strip tiie Go*er-n6rlibf. Ids immensb patrontlgej and giyeitrto tlie peopjeiti.whom it of right belpngsViy-'we wanta.democratic,and notan\aristocratic Conktution."...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

MAKRIED, —bn-'hmrs(thyiriormngtot7l^^he~l^W Sprole, Alfred'Armstrong,.formerly ofth'rtplace.now of Harrisburg, to Miss Ann,r daughter of Thomas CaJrotjiers, Esq., of this place. , . , . " Oiir grateful acknowledgment lare due to the bride for the exercise df'tbatsensibility andbeneVo|ent feel, ing which prevented her from heingSo much' engrossed with heVown "felicity as to Jbrget theprirfter, in consequence of which, we were permitted to feast upon a raostgWious piece of pound cake. . . V On tine 25tli lilt, by the Bev. B.'B. Hall, Mr. /. i. Slentr, Editor of the Bedford inquirer, to Miss Jahe Itotiday, of Bedford.' .< On the a.ld ultimo, by the Iter. B." P. Roiehmiller,' Mr. George Craiglow,ta BrissZJionnaAtflemfer.both of Dickinson Township. On the 25th ult, bytheHcv. Mr. flriesbach, Mr." John A' . Mosser, of Fairyiew, York County, to Miss Mary, daughter of the late Mr. Martin Brenneman of East Pennsbor'otigh .township,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

• '¦'." DIED. -' '.'''' 7-dirthe-2rth-ntt,Mr. )mUam-Cwvtneu^>tJKBSi Pennsboroueh township. Yesterday evening, in this borough, Isaac-Throne, aged about 20 years.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

MARKETS. FLODR-The niarketfor Howard st flout1 is very quiet, and ndtchaiigie in prices has taken jiiace since our last report: The wagon price we quote at 7,62jb although a slight adyan'ceis paid for occasional loads. Sales from stores have been made at $7,87J which we quote as the current rate to- day. GRAIN—«7ieW.—In the early "part ol the week sales of pritrie Virginia reds were made at $1,75* and oile parcel of extra. At $1,76. Most of the: purchases at $1,75 were (6i eastern acdoiint, out1 oWh city millers buyiiig very-reluctiititlyt The wheat market" ai, these rates being higher thatt that of Flour, touid-not-be-irtaltitaHied.-arid priceaof prime Virginia, redsjiave gradilalf ly rep'ed^ed" tihtil we find theln lo, diiy at "a* boifcSt-,?", or perhaps a'shade less. A par cel of very prime Md red was sold yesterat $1,68, and one of good Md.'.white, at $1,70*. -,-". '¦'. CORN.—rSales- of white, early in the weeki at 84a86c. We find the market exceedingly dull to-day, arid...

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