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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

flwwan i wm rfflararr.rl B —" T ■immss*,.i iwwMjr mm i Tim ••*vms^me m / apl\. J. C. CHEW, i- • , r :« Editor. TA«reMV";'ia" .<• I t«s If. A. M1LTUN, Tr* Talis# A)jt. — i . *"! • : i , ;.i T«m* •< th«1«(Tl-* li. .mtCTMMO . X - : £>atiy i-oryear.flb; BMtatlw, I 8; or one couth, JJ 50. f i* ( i f, ^-v-Weekly, qp per rej; $4 50 for na montha. -t-- - . . + ' Weekly, P« yw, t3. j Single copies, 10 cento, j Houston Septemfer 29 1870 by aph Associated Preaa jiepa obes. #! i - it i * * £• <? • Regency. It is averted that be has sent an envoy to &etz, to consult Ba zaine on peace. This news is sup- pressed in Berlin as far ae possible i *- v- w t>- 4 s- ^ ^ e P Tonrs, Sept, 2?iTbe n-oiovai of I V*,k : A dispatch from the Governmental Delegation to a Brrlt" ty tbe Manchester Examiner point farther eoucb.ns imminent 1 ^V8 report of Russia arming is A meeting Wrifh^ Conbcii; to-Saf;! re"ard«g h«re as simply sensational, resolved hpon mosC W^etic d.feri-i P E'^ Budget, Count V...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

The Telegraph- J. C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. i ———— ACKNTS. H. A. HILTON, Tr*relio* A ot Ttrai •< (lie Telefrmyfe. OIOVUIKOTJ Daily p«r year, fib; tor uz months, $ 8; or on* sooth, $1 50. Tn-W««Miy, ! ' per yew; S4 50 for «* Waekiy, per year, S3. Single copies, 10 cents. Houston. September 29, 1870 Oor thanks are dne Mr. Jas. Barke for M)me interesting pamphlets on ed- ucation. Some of tbe Radicals of Texas evi- dently are trying to make bay wblie the eon shines. If bribery was practiced at Austin, directly or indirectly, it will as surely l«e exposed ere long, as that tbe son shines, or water falls. Wait and watch for it. 'yvill somebody be so kind as to furnished us witb a copy of tbe char- ter of tbe International Railroad C<, mpaoy, as ft pastedl We learn i'hete ate many of tbem in print, in liaiids of its supporters, bnt we have in vain tried to obtain just one, t^irnisb it to us* and we will sbow yon sc'metbing you bave not known before. See tin* advertisement of Bay...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

^.tw^ss TELEGRAPHIC. Associated Press Dispatches. . 1$ept. Jfc£-4frMt bx~ citement about a new Minister to St. James Ben Wade, of Ohio, is Che most prominent at this moment London, Sept, 2*2—The Prussian Ring reports to the Queen that tbe in- vestment of Paris is now complete. Tl < French advancw on tbe north sid« of Paris repulsed, loss seven guns -and 2500 prisoners. Prussian deleft obscurely reported at AthiS and Moiis. V T 'f i Private Secretary of Etienne Arago, formerly Mayor of Paris, arrested as a spy. " The standard this morning, says peace negotiations are progressing hopefolly at Meaux, the general prin- ciples already arranged by Bismarck and Favre, the details now under con pideration. Another London journal says tbe only point discussed thus far, is who can ratify on tbe French side. France, Sept 22—A contingent of each division of the Italian .army oc- cupies Rome The remainder camp- ed outside tbe wails. The Papal troops laid down their arms and de- filed before t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

(. c. CHEW, CorrespofldinslS^Utor. t ^ « Aa«m. H. A, MILTON. Traveling Agent. Terwt at ike TeltfrMk. aaovuwoTj OaUj per year, $10; tor nx months, f 8; "*r due nonth, $1 90. 9 WMklx, f per y**r; $4 SO for «u ■t laths. ffwklj, per y«u, |3. Single copies, 10 gun. Houston. September29, 1870 Since the hope of the radical De- siderata has become so dim, what viil be the next scheme of the Radi- cals to raise the wind? They are in wotalfix. ' What did one ot the Bren liana Gin- q'irt editors say to Mr. Tracy, as to t&e effect of the cinque movement, mad who was that editor? Will Mr. Tracy answer? From the West. — Pecan crop this year is very promising, Thou mn&a of pumpkins raised id the neigh b^rbood of Saa Antonio. /The Fair at San Antonio com men <• «es an the 5tb of October, and con- Cicafs until the 8th 4 ■ - ' Oar Senior wasabseat on Wednes- day evening, when Col. T; B. Man love, Of the State Gazette called. He retrfeta it, as he would have been pleased to form his persona...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

G. -/O. it lotti* "C. : —— WAYNES Mb w w Sot strange, when thy Ioti _ Sot s'range thou art reel! jig alone," This left on thofihoiesof Bfe stranded, Vetttie barkoftlfy ufe moving o ! lot strange, when the voice of aff. otion Has pawed thus forever away, Dark thoughts then should ghostly come stalking "With midnight for eirery clear day. Nut gafr la the smllea of the summer ? No ior lind in hfoat Ling bright spring ? 6tiU pad when the leave*of the autumn - Tbeir sha? ows of ®*rple clouds fling ? Because every branch of thy family • > Have dropped fron the genial tree,'; Ho single one ont of their number Nov left -with affection for thee. Bat look on the stars, where at ev'en Myriad* are wheeling so last, And find in their midst is the heaven Where loving ones rest tnem at last. If trne that their hearts are rejoicing. With n« tears or sorrowing oart, Twert well tkon'ltoease from tby murmuring, And trait till they welcome ihee There. Then All here on earth thine own mission, Conten...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1870

WEEKLY TELK'.R4PH. !:iS- BLous-oa. Septan :wr 29 1870 Ho more Humbug! Thr M«ipweat*r Msr Pr««iaii Irvr Iu jtLicg, tiitt equipment M rh* T«rut«i v attnj now m tbe field, peeitUi.v ot the Proteiau portion, i sop<-ni>r to jbat of the French. The mouiwu I saw ptisoutis fivtb r- biudt, t was struck with the..poverty 8tiickt><j took of the French " Sitier«,r as couii/sied with the Ge<mar tf-sjri- lar*. "I h« component of the Pi aseiat soldi?!'s uniform are thv simple, hut fail of taste and convenience. He e u make a drinking cop out or hi* hti- met, atd can cmw meat wuu it* apike. He wears a bluish tunic, with red cuffs &&<1 lappets, a stout pair • .i^rk colored trowsers, can its a thick, excellent blanket, a est iff (< a cooking can and a well pianist kfiap.- . . in undressed caltVkiu. Hi- fatigur cap is flat, bordered «-i<h rm. He has an undress uniform ot car** flax cloth, and a pair of visit* p*u - The pockets and folds of his cioiliiii#. are so managed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

Mr. Degeuer, Rrpreeenifttive trom tbe Western District, in Congress, gives notice that he will recommend all petitions tor removal of disabili ties from his constituents, (bar. are signed in person by the applicant, and that be will not recommend any not •o signed, "nntil a Republican Coo vention decides on a different policy*" How considerate in a Representative, of the people to wear snch a party •eollac! Through tbe kindness of Col- s' C. Files, we bave a Galveston Hews of the 1st inst. It states that tbe weight of antbority inclines to the opinion that yellow fever is not epi demio in tbe city. Buttwo new caeet had been reported by medical aaibori ty; bat other cases were rumo'ed. Mrs. Alpbonee Lnuve, and Mr. James, Botland had ditd with tbe disease , since the last report. Mr. Borland was tbe foreman ut the News job of- fice, an excellent genileman.to whose memory and virtues an obitoaay in the flewB, pays a feeling tribut^T As to how tbe disease got to GalveslOT, 'from the fac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

-,nu*CTsaa THE TELEGRAPH. W. O. WEBB, Proprietor. 00 McbSBHbera to an of |onr lmnw will ereatlv ofeUc*■>by lectinemknow, promptlyof any failure 0 ntalTC tbeir papers, a* itiriil help n« to fins out —< MiTint the panne. > "7. -*'■ < Houston, October d 1870 IRMTITWIAN, OF CITIL GOV. •3 • BBIM91BMT II* TBCXAS. : Under the Coloi,.zai ion laws of Mex- ico thc^ government was mixed, part fy. civil and partly military; the Eao jtresscios having both civil and mili twy functions. In 1834, General T J. Chambers, visited Saltillio.and by ills influence persuaded the joint Leg- islature of Coahaila and Texas, to adopt the common law principle in ftis State.' At that session ot the legislature, Texas was divided into • three judicial districts, Bexar, Aastin And . Nacogdoches. On the 17th of April, Judge Chambers received bis famjiiMMin as Sapreme Judge. Judge - Baroet was appointed to the Austin district and organized anft held a few flMsioos of his Court, at S w Felippe, though th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

an * mm warn TELEGRAPHIC. Associated Press Dispatches. ' jt- New York, Sept 28—The steamer China taken oat one hundred thou- sand dollars in specie. Albany. Sept 28—The Washington Mowiag^GompanV Manufactory whs dea'rS^ed^by fire. L>af**iile, Sfpt 28-lt iathought thai? the duel hetwe o<2ol, Kelly, o.* thf Commercial. and <}en. Jjui bridge. * will be eenled amicably. Second* ot the respective parties are now in coo- t<ultation. Middle^own, N. Y-.Sept "28—L *nt'f ol reus'train collided wi'li au expiet-a t/arn. ^ Dirtfcli# jWhitbedk; 'of tlm circus. killed. London, Sept 28- Armistice,' ot four hours, concluded at Mtzieres; Monday Jar removal <of the .Wounded. Tours, Sept 23—Dispowtious to r«s kmc to the last, are stronger iff the West and South. Troops conthtmr to\neur into Tears i JH? ■. . . * Fans advices to Sdoday. Jfey Jmi- loon, says perfect order existed Berlin. S^p* 29—Irteas broached, Uy Theirs at Vieuna, *>at Prussia inBinc""« in" demandu^ Alsace and Loraiue, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

«*®w >mmd fc«_ir r. of that tee pec t and reverence which The neat/A'. have been placed ia a ptculiar position by the * <•. Tbe mm-1'* of the war have proved eurpri^t Ai w<? bn?# wid( .ooee and again, it was not at the oat jmk expected that the balance of }iuwer would be seriously affected. Naturally enough, therefore, the neu-. tral Powers looked on aa unconcern ed apectatois. Latterly, however, it is manifest unconcern bait given* place tojealousy and fear. KassiaandAas •Stria have in consequence becmae otfi eioua. Great Britiao, with cbaracter- *18tic caution andwith not a little eanning, stands alone. Russia and Aoetcia) if report speaks true, advise Ptam* and recommend Mace. Great Btitiao K>ve« no advice, oflfcre no re~ cooimeodatioa. The great neutral Powers are therefuie divided. Bus the meu of America have for females, that not even a drunken rough was beard to offer an insult. This may have been partly owing to the fact that bpth parties were courting them. I mi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

si i 4. m 1 J t&Y TELEGRAPH, j & ■ . — *i.: •« * •-*% f ,,>j . y Associated Preaa Disp fche«, *■; v (X* * . jK' ' <■ .'*■ Washington. Sept 29—For«ign raia>- ' eellany:■■<"' • The Roman Junta declines to ac- cept the restriction on the press, and will resign unless the banis of p!ebie< "".cite is changed, as it no longer as- sures the spiritual power of the Pope, c" y Thecnpture of Montinedy is semi officially reported. The Prussian government officially denies the presence of a national vtsa- sef in either the Black or Red Sea, bearing the name of Hortha, or Ber tha. It is understood that Alsace and Xbraine will be represented by Com* mission and. for the present, exempt* ed from federal bnrthena. The Times has a balloon spe- cial, dated Tour*, Wednesday tveu hag, stating (be Prussians are retiring towards Paris. TbeTouisbaa a special giving the following intelligence: Tuesday the French made another sortie fr>m Me z, consisting of infantry, cavalrj and art...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

1—BBCaWBBBI THE TELEGRAPH. W. fi. WEBB, Proprietor. • Bnteorlliers to any of (onr laanea will frmttr t M ^ lectin* u knoul promptly ot any frilure •NMiTI their papers, aa it will help as to Bad <rat —< wrwt thi Houston, October 5. 1870 *«.- ■# * , 8pe ial Notice lo Mib-cribes and *■ Advbxtiskbs.—The impossibility of obtain- yjJng paper, on account of the quarantine against Galveston, compels us to reduce ifer size and matter. '1 his will still enable eg to give, our advertisers a show at least eve>y other day, and in other issues regu- larly, and all omissions of advertisements ah all be made good after we can obtain ' The Governor has issued orders to allow the Central trains to pass from Houston up, bat prohibits the Cold pa ay from Ukiog any passengers from - - -- j all infected distriets. Unless interior editors, wbo obtain their supplies of paper from or through Houston and Galveston, have on band anoogh to last them till commooica Hon is opened, they too may have to e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

BHBgmg ww« '■ mBMBMBMBasaigggagaMsi SESEBOKSKSSa BY TELEGRAPli; Auooiated Press Diapa cbea. Washington, Oct. 4- Full New Or- leans mail ifrc«-i?fcd,ti eluding tlie 29 ti four days mail reached amnltaueous- ly. v. Foreign—Biemark replies to Favre that the pieliniinary ooiice of the toonibai dnient would be unuailitary. Bixtuarck insists that Prussian tet ma to Favre for armistice were modtr- B*rlin, Oct, 3—Tbe Prussians have ordered that no prisoners be taken, because tbe; consume supplies. Tbt Prussian commanders have no prison ere taken, All tbe villages around Metz have been destroyed by tbe late cannon- ade. \ The navigation of tbe Baltic will .ionbtless be safe before tbe steamr re starting from America will arrive , there. Loudon, Oct 4—Napoleon's mani fssto published beie this morning is Eudoubedly bogus. Paiis Oct 4—Letters received to** da; say tbe Prussians threaten poiut Pu Jour bombardment of .the oitj from tbe west eminent. ' v-? Books of a great many libraries are place...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

v.1**" ■ 4?* The Telegraph- * ' • i ""J j, C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. ; T* r f^g,: • * y -stA $|r attswts. s. &. MILTON. Traveling Agent. Villi LOW FETES TOi\ M QALTli. Ttr*< «l the Tclegr>fh. ! ' . in* OWZVOT.4 Daily jwr year, $ 1<>; xoraix inontha, f #; or «!u< sonth, $1 50. f . per y«%r; $4 50 for ia Weekly, per year, & Single eopieo. 30 cent«. Honston. Ootober 6 1870 mma1.led loyal leacce8. >.* ;•• • la there no member of the so-called Loyal Leagaee of Texae, who will tell the people, what action was taken in New York at the late meeting of the National League about " Texas af- faire t" What has this body to do with our affairs and why«ioea it inter- fere with thaja t Who was the Texan ■ who attended or wrote there to slan- der and villify his people? If' the action was good, why is it covered op bj secrecy? Does this body claim the right- to dictate toTexas and is tbere no Texan, who dares to come out and expose its act ion to the people? What righ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

The Telegrapi\. J* C« CHKW, CorTCHMMutiaff Editor* 46B«r<V S. A. , Yr*«ri?iijw .VI*at. Y Ttraii t< Uae lc«crafk. •n* omuBOTj D*t/ per vear,<#lb; tot six month*. iuif SO. H *v _ * a; or «*m . . T-n-W^kiy, f* per yiMt; #4 50 for ataaSh*. ▼•wily, per year. tfc. coptee, 10 oea?«. Eoustoa, October 6 1870 •j.'- C XY ITEMS. MKTSfcHOI-OOX.— Heat. 8eptrm^"*r 23, 7 A M. 75a: 10 A. M . 78 '; qooq, 8<f? 3 P. il -ti2.r ... was cloudy with weak wind* !>•* the north.- ~ DR. FOU'ZS COLUMN. Lor Uifcti^#^Tride jeaterdu y, in the advkVrtNfctf ftoN**, 'paf ticb'a"'t. «*- iivelier tli'a^'^Fa'pan Site ogly aiiijt* omlieuitie.canards of late have played ^p,t, and *> •< f'ju-pirv reo p> are aomewhatxen^'i ad., W en wUull we have the umu t-atch New York. faterrlew f wltk Bimucli. f London, Sept. 17—A Tribune con. respondent, writing from Rhfcitus on tLe 12th, eay« : " I had another coo- ver action with Bismarck this morn- ing. He said, positively, that the Prussian Government will no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

THE r£L£G*APH. W. G. WEBB, Proprietor. jMT fill Willi n to any of lour lane* will greatly UlHfl« by torttnt u« kne*| promptly of any failure umilTi tiW HHit as It wid help n to find out, lilH<|trtf tbecanae. >, Houston, October 6, 1870 Help to a stolen iorae and secure a inward. See advertisement. A report, from the Bureau of Sta- tistics, contains a statement showiDg the collections of internal revenue daring the fiscal years 1869 and 1870, from which it appears that the total QqUecJiODR in 1869 amounted to $150,- 124,126, and in 1870 to $184 303,127. Why does not Mr. Tracy anBwer onr query as to* the Editorial member of the Cinque Convention, who told him what the revolt of that Convention would be ? Is Mr. Tracy afraid that his answer would not be to the bene- fit of his party i -The «o«t* astonishing hallucination of the present century, is the fact that the tadicrf Democrats of Texas, do not see themselves as the great body of -fteflroeracy til the State and oft of ^h|m/'...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

■w city Items. We woald advise oar coaatry friends to eend their wagons to towii for th^ir supplies. They are jast as safe in coming here now, as at any time dar- ing the past trimmer. . Unfortcnatks — Six miaerables, trooi the Island City, wfafo " ran tbe blockade," via Harriabarg, were taken before hie Honor, the Mayor, and iutu $25 each, with the explicit in- structions of the Mayor to make themselves ecarce.- By request, we announce that the male and female schools at tbe Hoas- ton Academy will nor. be suspended, even if yellew favor should visit Bona *0 ton. The honfe-" is large, isolated from other buildings; well ventilated and roomy; and the teachers' will see that tbe pupils do not expose them* Selves. Tbe R. M., which may mean royal or raw militia, succeeded in stop- ping the Galveston train below Har- risburg yesterday, which proved to the conductors of tbe train that our authorities were in earnest. This, however, did not prevent some ad venturous yoong men from trying t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1870

The Telegraph 1, C. CHEW, Corresponding Editor. AMNTC.f N. A. MILTON, Traveling Agent, fr CHARLES BEILEB,M . " Trmt mt the Telegraph. 1CM oninoTj DaOy per ywir; $lt>; tor u months, $ 8; or one cout h, 91 50. Tn-Weekij, « par yeMr; $4 50 for six Weekly, per yew, S3. Single oopiee, 10 cents. Houston, October 5, 1870 Mo more Humbug! Wrttten ftr tks Saaday Teiograph. «r t l(^ t bcr owbbefokb, In how many sorrow-stricken,hearts these words fiod a tally sweet, and solemn response! How many in the past few months hare learned the bit* ter lesson, that life's dearest ties are ; the quickest broken! When the ten drfl8 of the heart are entwined aronn. inri interwoven with the fibres of • beloved object, how often are tuey wrenched and torn away, by the de- stroyer's unrelenting band. When the affections lie quivering and bleed- ing_when hopes are blasted, and plans are frustrated, and all thai gave life « blissfal coloring has departed — when a loved presence no longer breathes freshness a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1870

A:. kilmtimmikmmmdm .at^-'n'tTVStri.S* Prussian a sand^'-- TfiePrusai left bank of Loi chants undisturbed pected to day.. N illps unfavorable, are troublesome. Gftuibet|| railway oompany to hold m* TTTi^jSi THURSDAY OCTOBER 20, the cmira Ma tmxab* We have taken tome pains. to col* fccttfre few census report* of Texas eoentfee that have been made public, to ascertain the- proBpective ipcrfease la otir population during the last ceo years. ..<.•* .. t .. - Ataseoea county reports 2914 inbab Hants, an increase of almost 100 per cept. Bandera, 650, increase 100 per cent; Blanco, 1185,no increase owing to loss of territoryin aew eoonties ; Bornet county, 9688, an increase of 83 per cent; Caldwell, 6575, an in- crease of 30 per cent; Kendall, new couuty, 1536: Ellis, 7514, increase 25 per cent; Lampasas. 1346. frontier, stationary ; Eill. 7490, an increase of 100 per cent; Henderson, 6786, in- crease 25 per cent; Milam, 8999, i# crease 70 per cent; Frio, new ooopty, 909, co deaths repo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 October 1870

wilt. jBU the pte W the v ,.*f. Tt.v«Ung --©HAIHjEB BEHlEB, " '■ i T*to«r«9h. fr- *,*. < iin infjliligj. • ■*—% "tMr •jtS DO more. The jprevious reports of his illness had partially prepared the public mind for this event. While the South will feel this sorrow most poiga nantly, the North will not withhold 1b great by ing-* icontinueto Telegraph or its editors t iB atwo handed game and tj# have others in store. We like the **>•*. £-~n- ■ IUU-. & 4 T; ... %-jr- - ■ " Tezans in Southern Com* menial Convention.; J* W. Thlock- morton was one of the-.Vice Presi Scots, C. G. Foshay, one Of the Com to Organization, and A. C. i,< on t$e Committee on Cre ddotipTs.'v'. A , The man who has been upon all ■Idea of public questions, is not fit to upon the last side be ee- ooneede that a man may be drives. by oonviction to change, bat no man ever gained public con* fidenee, whose record showed that his change Was prompted by selfish motiyes. /i/m' We notice that a ntimberWour ex* chan...

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