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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 June 1851

."V -TV. . T-rTTT-fc. TP. T I TT O 1.1 u ?Av t't it ) Is: (fhh-.ii-sr -XI r ':-";c.,' .-i S v :' f " j. r i ' 5 ' r - - . MM . ,i.r- -i t ' Ml ;KJ?.:':"UHdi: I 111 VT-T rj ':f:r ,;..,,, t.i i i. n r; .jt .'. A I III T fl r . . . .. . . .... 'Xrutand Jmlic'V 1-.1:.. .2.1 ,; ,;;o ;:! ...:. i .. . . .. . . . . ; ' J : ;:!T J.'-l, - r- ('CC.G!1 n :-l -;o ' T Published by Jcraei Harper. MAI $1 00 la Advaucd 7 Volume XVI. Number 29. GALL I POL IS," O H I O , J U JV E 1 9 ,18 5 1. ' i ' Whole Number 80 'THE GALLIPOLIS JOURXAL, published every Tmrasoir morning. 1:3 ; ft j By XftJTES BlBFIBi Immeaiately ore the Book Store, Public r"' ' Square. . Tiuis: 1 copy one year, pud in advance, Jl 00 At the expiration of the year, 2 00 "Ho discoatinuaaee until all arrearage! are settled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of . a dueontraaajice win be considered a a new engagement. - Any persoar getting np a Club cf Tint" one ' address, will receive a coot gratia . The cask, in such ease, mnst inva...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 June 1851

TEE fiAUIfOLIS JOEHIfc' SW1LISHS9 SVMT t-SlAT KOWTOW, BY JAMES HARPER, At the . low price pf 1 00, In adrance LtOfEce' ever : the Jtook .Slote, rmVOu Mamr. B4BFES, ASH, ' and ' Editor. S. A. GAXLIPOLIS. JVKM 1ft IMI. M , TAKE NOTICE. i.ftj- The Post Office Department will not exact pottage on the GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL at any office in the county of Gallia after the 1 at of July ! ;- ' Send In your names from erery point within that distance. Let erery man subscribe to the largest, cheapest and best paper ever printed In Gallia county. Price, ONE DOLLAR. - Aokiccxttjeal Society .The proceedings of the Agricultural mee ting last Friday will be found in our columns. A desire to organise and sustain an Agricultural Society in our county seemed to be general among the farmers. The benefits of such an organization are too evident to require repetition. It is hoped the committees appointed in the several townships will present this subject fully within their limits, so that such a society at ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 June 1851

.1 1 VY lfrpr ly tke ealllaalle Jaaraal Vote on the Constitution. TotEDO Mi. for Constitution, 157; for License, 14. Cleveland Crrrgives 413 maj. for the Constitution. Returns, so far s - receJvedr strongly indicate that the" New Constitution Is adopted. Cincinnati gives 3,536 maj. for Constitution, and 2,623 against Li cense, : Returns from the State, so far as heard from, exclusive of Cin cinnati, show a majority in favor of the Constitution of 2,529, and 1,917 against L'cense. - SpBifropiEtD gives 315 lor Consti tution, 621 against, and 188 majority against License. , SASDrsrr gives 211 majority for Constitution, and 9S against License. ...Milan gives 50 against Constitu tion, and 137 against License. ; . Z4icESVni Majority for Consti tution, 220 License, 387. Marietta. Township, Washing ton county, gives .197 maj. against the- Constitution and 423 against li cense; ....... . The Democrats of this State have triaced their State ticket in the field for Governor. Win. Bieler. of Cl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 June 1851

From the True Democrat. From the True Democrat. CHILD CRIME. From the True Democrat. CHILD CRIME. BY FRANCES D GAGE. "This boy. JmM Mnrpbf , 10 yean old 3 feet lit inches inch- and . i j l. hmnrrht tothe ttiio Penitentiary in irons, to OTrve oat a sentence oi mm Ua could neither read nor write, but could chew tobacco, smoke cigars and swear profanely, and in com pany with other bad boys, run the streets at all hours of the night . As I glanced my eye orer the above extract a thrill of horror Kent to my very soul. 1 turned my eye from the paper, and thereat my feet safmy two boys, one twelre and: the other te; the last the age of the boy, James Mur phy. Yes, there, playing cheerily with his little boat, and in the pride of his innocent heart spreading jts newspaper sail and arranging its shinde rudder. I gazed at him; I scanned every feature of bis face, looked into his clear blue eye; lis tened to his artless whistle, and asked myself again and again: "Can it be possible that that c...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1851

Tr- )i r r r' i J. it n v mv -i IL U N i AL1L II n i n in r n i 1 - i i i ... - .- r ., . ,. Published by James Harper. ,f "Truth and Jastice." - ' . L At tl 00 la Advance Volume XVI.-- Number 30. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, "JUNE 26, 1 851. V - V ,7 Whd?mber 810. TEE GALLIPOLIS JOtlXAL e Is published every TmrasDiT Moraine. - Br JTAMES BlRrili ' Immediately over Um Book Store, Public Square. -1. Teens: t copy ona year, paid la advance. (1 00 ' At Um expiration of the rear. 9 00 . Mo discontinuance until all arrearage are settled; and a failure to notify the publisher of a .discontinuance win be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting op Dub of tz t one address, will receive a copy gratis . The can, in such ease, must invariably accompany the AoviaTisiHo: - One square three insertions, $1 00 aek subsequent insertion, 25 ". One square 6 ooiths, 4 00 v One square 1 year. 6 03 -.Te those who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. INDIAN NAMES. BY MRS. SIGOURNEY. - "How ca...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1851

TEB GALLIPOLIS JOOJIU rMUSWD KVI1T THWSBAT MOMWO, B-Y JAMES HARPER. At the low price of 1 1,00, n advance Office over the: Book; Store, Paaltc Bsjaara. ; IAS. HaKFBK, ' t. ' a. A9n, and Hon. CJAfililPOLI. . jvfim 9. 1851. TAKE NOTICE " The Post Office Department will not exact postage on the GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL at any office in the county of Gallia after the 1st of July !. . . b Sendin your name from every point within that distance. Let every man subscribe to the largest, cheapest and best paper ever printed In Gallia county. ' Price. ONE DOLLAR. The Whig State Convention. T Meets at Columbus on Thursday next, the 3d of July. The call of the Central Committee has not been responded to in every township in this county. ' The busy season of the year will prevent many from attend ing who otherwise would be present. We have the assurance that those eRosen as delegates will attend the convention, and probably several others from this county. As this is the first move in setting the ball ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1851

Later News from California. ARRIVAL OF THE CRESCENT CITY. SAN FRANCISCO IN ASHES! NEW YORK, June 19. The Crescent City, with San Francis co dates to the 15th of May, has just armed, -bhe does not bnng the mail. The Cherokee had not arrived at Cha gres. The Crescent brings 520 pas sengers and 977 00 in gold dust. San Francisco is again in ashes, and smoke ' and flames are ascending from several squares of our city, as if the God of Destruction had seated himself in our midst. The fire commenced in a paint shop in the west side of Ports mouth street, adjoining the Bryant House. It was but a slight blaze when , first seen, but before the engines could reach the ground the hotel and stores adjoining were in flames. The buildings in the vicinity being all wood, and very dry, the fire spread up Clay street to Kearney with fearful rapidity. - It soon had entire command, and the firemen eould only work upon the borders to check its progress. - By anticipating it in this way they succeeded o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1851

Romance in Real Life. A Paris Correspondent of the Su Louis Republican relate fbe' foHo'w- .top ' ' The promenaders io the Toileries, day belore yesterday, were witoei sos in a most touching scene.:' .A little girl about five years of age was rolling her hoop; the hoop rolled up egsinit a gentleman silting. on. a beach, and the child going up la him to fret it, looked at him involuntarily sxd suddenly cried out "Oh! if there is'nt the gentleman of mama's minia ture!'.'. This exclamation of ..course attracted .the attention of pasjeibjr, , and of a young woman- who imme diately came up to the'child, and giving a glance at the gentleman, fainted away. He appearedstupi fied, and stared from the child to her mother as if he was losing hi tenses. but when he saw the latter fall fain. ting on theground.hecaoght her up, clitped her in his arms and covered her face with kisses. She soon re gained her senses and fell weeping on the gentleman's bosom. A Ser geant tie Villa coming up, led them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 July 1851

;0 -.s-s " in i i , , i t. Published by James Harper. '. "Trulh and J utiee. I- , t $1 oo in Advnncts Volume XVI. Number 31. G ALL I POLI S , O HIO , JULY 3. 18 51. v Whole Nibe7811. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, I pttirtkneil every Thuisdat morning. Immediately over tbe Book Store, Public ' Square. Tn ms : 1 copy one year, paid in advance. Jl 00 At tbe expiration of tbe year, 3 00 Ho diseonttanance until all arrearages are setUed; and a lailure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. - Any person getting op a Club of teh i on address, will receive a copy gratis . The cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany "the names. Adtektisiso : One square three insertions, 1 00 Xeh subsequent insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square 1 year. C 00 T (hue who advertise larger a liheral re duction will be made. ' (Jy-The following beautiful lines are from 'tbe pen of tbe dried Fbektice, of tbe Louis- -rille Journal : TO AN ABSENT WIFE. Tis morn ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 July 1851

male cariosity upon this pomt.but I en tertain too high respect for her under standing to suppose for moment that the simple trjth Will not posses a grea ter influence over her opinions than the prettiest conceit that was ever woven In the web of the imagination. I believe, also that the motive which I have sug gested will satisfy every intelligent fe male mind that has ever been at the trouble to give a thought upon the sub-. ject. Physical woman then can never be Initiated Into the mysteries of Free Masonry, because aha never was Inten ded by her Creator to mingle in the toil some avocations of physical man. Her destinv'is a much more lofty one than this. The sphere in which she moves is higher and holier; the light she sheds npon society as the instructing mother, the intelligent, faithful wife, and the af fectionate, confiding sister, is drawn from the cultivation of those domestic yirtues which are at once her strength and ornament. Physical woman cannot participate tn the cere...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 July 1851

4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION. Thd Baptist Sabbath School, with Music and Banners, will form in pro cession at 9 o'clock. Exercises in the church to commence at half-past 10. Children and youth of town and country, not otherwise engaged, are invited to unite with us that all may be cheered and happy on this glorious day. S. T. LANGLEY. CINCINNATI MARKET. July 1, 1851, 6 P. M. Flour Market is very quiet, and the only sales heard from this morning is a small lot of choice at $3,30. " In grain we notice sales of 300 bush els Oats from river at 27jc, 300 do at 28c; 1,100 bushels Corn delivered at ftew .Richmond ataoc. Mess pork is offered at $13,25. - Tobacco Sales of 16 boxes Mo. lbs &'5s at 10c; 10 do No 1 Va. lbs at 36c, . 6 do No 2 at 30c. The demand is mod erate. Dried Fruit A sale of 400 bushels Apples at 75c. .. Feathers selling at 22c. Butter Sale 8 br's. Prime at 8c, cash. Groceries The market continues dull, and sales confined to small lots in the retail, way, at 6 to 6fc for Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 July 1851

" Thb Eathtdak Shock atSak Fbarcisco. A correspondent of the N. Yi San, writiog at 4 o'clock on the afternoon of the 15th, tys: --About half-past 8 o'clock this mor ning our. city was-startled by the shock of an earthquake) Men issued fromvthe shaking houses into the , streets in consternation. Hundreds were without meat and money, almost without clothes. The boarders at Jones' Hotel and the Oriental wera at "..rpnl'fnsf. and SO violent was the shock that they rushed from the table into the street, overturning evervthine in their way, The wharves trembled like aspen leaves, and the frame buildings ad joining vibrated some eight or ten inches. The brick buildings were so violently shaken as to induce the be lief that they would fall to the eround. Tbe shock lasted bat one instant, bat that was long enough to cause the most exciting alarm. The effect seemed to be from ' south east to north-west, and was sensibly felt for a distance ol two or three miles. - A Fishy WiiTDinu. One of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 July 1851

T-T A, WITT -.TT--1T lTrv.-" .tfr "- TPr; n 'zi.rrrj t . j tt ' - s :r,r-.-;v i v y. , J-.ir--? - - V. - .'I v ; .. :! y ,nr:. -i.f-sjs . :. r G A L L I P O Ii I S , O il I O , j U LX ; 1 0; ; 1 8 51 ' i oiume a v l.'-'in umuer- . Whole Number 812. Xi A I - E f - F J 3 i! I II I12t.....,..tt CV II . A n I j . I M .11 i I'll , a , , i , I " 1 r - T5E GALLIPOLIS JOllXAt,' It jjoblijbed erery TaOKiDir inaniia(. ." Br fK BiBrn, i 1 .... .. ' . ; JjiurdUte rrcr the fioak 6tor, Tublte .. ..Squam... .' - (J t i 1 copy w fKi pud i adranee. f I 00 . At the aKpinliaa f tb fear, 3 00 ; 2o diMottiauuKC oatU all anraaiagai are ettled t aad a fail in to aolify tae publidier of .a ducoQtiaoaoce will be considered aa a new Aoy penoa (ettiu op a Club of tin t ' on addreM, arill rrceife a copy gratif .' The cm, in such case, must ioTariably aeeompanjr the names. 1 ' 'Agrnnnn: .' One square three insertions, "' Eaeh subsequent Insertion, 1 One square 8 months, " ne square I yearl : ' ' 00 . 25 4 00 6 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 July 1851

TEE GALLIPOLIS JOURML, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, Habile Maanw jas. harfer, and s. a. bash. Editors. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. . JOLT 10. 1831 . roB GOVERNOR, S. F. VINTON, . of Gallia county. FOR UEUTERANT GOVERNOR, EFHRAIM R. ECKLEY, of Carroll county. . . ' Secretary of State, . ' EAHL BILL, of Erie. , Attorne General, HENRY STANBERY, of Franklin. Auditor of State, . JOHN WOODS, of Butler. - Treasurer of State, ALBERT A. BLISS, of Lorain. . Public Works, Daxiel Seegcr, of Lucas, John Madeira, of Ross, David II. Lyman, of Muskingum, Supreme Judges, S. J. Andrews, of Cuyahoga, C. C. Con vers, of Muskingum. Peter Odlin, of Montgomery, . Bellamy Stoker, of Hamilton. Geo."B. Way, of Defiance. The Whig State Convention—Our Candidates. . We have the gratification this week of presenting the full Whig ticket for State officers, headed by our townsman, Samcel F. Vinton. The unanimity with which he was nominated, after it was understood t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 July 1851

Artists' Union of Cincinnati. ". TheATOT' UkiohbIs establish ed in the city of Cincinnati, for the promotion of the tastes for the Fine Arts, and the encouragement of the great body of artists resindig in the Western States. -The plan of the Institution unites great public, good -with private gratification, at a mere nominal expense. 1 he annual subscription of member k: c j. it L:t. -.:l- 'BIIIU M 11 T .UUl Id Of ITfltbU V U I ! toembew to ill its privileges. The . mnn nhtaint (mm nWrintions. . (a(tr n.vinrr n.,rv Tnnes.l is r-j e - ' r - appropriated to the production oi iwo fine engravings, ol which every suo- Bcriber receives a codv ol eaco iw if "every five dollars paid to the pupil- cation of a monthly journal devoted to literature and art and io me par- -chase of American Works ol art, which will be oubliclv distributed by lot anion? all the members, on the fi stofSeptemper ofeach year. The Paintings distributed will be richiy .framed at the expense of the Institu- tion. . Su...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 July 1851

Pomeroy. - ' 1 The Louisville Journal says: '.-Wre indexed to friend for a letter froro this' Ihriring -towa, Which has not yet found its place on the rnaps and in the gazetteers. Its ripulation is now 3.4S0, and it has roiling mil making 10 tons of bar iron a day, 3 flouring mills. 2' foun dries, 2 engine shops, 3 saw mills, I eardiBR mill, one corn mill, 1 exten Sire tannery. 2 waon shoos. 12 ' smith's shops, 1 large-boat yard, 4 Welsh enureses, 3 Herman aon English do.' ' - . r It has its common schools, high school, and academy, printing office, end telegraph office. . , . Two companies have been organ ized there for boring for salt water and manufacturing salt. Four steam packets are constantly running to l from the town. AH this seems to be the result of the coal, of which three and a half millions of bushels are yearly mined there. Oor friend, from whose let ter we gather the foregoing statistics, says' that ererything about this town looks ' thrifty, and that the limited, si...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 July 1851

TA-: c e: ; si ! ; '.'. -. . 1 VT 7 ! V7 Published by . James Harper. J "Truth and Justice;" I At $100 la Advance. ; Volume XVI.-- Number 33; G A L L I P OL I S pOHIO, J UL Y 17, 18 5 1. trr:- Whofc Number' 813. - -11 n A-U ' H : 1 f 'l 11' - 1 ! v I r sa k m . a tats m lit ii hill published rrj Tmrasoir morning. .;-'.)-;.' Br JAMES HABFEB, - : Inune&alely owrtbe Book Store, Public ' Squire. l-.-d -J.: .- Terms: 2 1 copy one year, paid i" aeVanee. At the expiration of the year, $1 00 2 00 '"Ne discontinuance until all arrearages are 'eettled; and a failure to notify the publisher of diseentmuaaee will be considered ai a new engagement. s Any ueiw gettio( up a Cub of rrn to one address, will reeeire- a eepy gratis . The cusa, in snd case, must inrariaUy accompany tbe names. : One square three iasertioae, ' $1 00 : C Each subsequent lnsertieo, ; . ! 25 . ;.. One square 6 entas. .'-...m ' 4 00 ' L ; "One square 1 year. - , .- 00 To those who advertise larger a liberal re duction wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 July 1851

THE 6ALLIP0LIS mm, MUSHED 1T1T THVESDAY HpKHWO, BY JAMES HARPER, .., low price of 1 1 00, in advance ' Office over the Book Stored J AS. HARMR, S! A. A8il, ; and itors.- G ALL IPO LIS. TUUBSBAY. , - . ,rt7a.Y IT. 181 for governor, n -n TT T AT m rv AT ft. X . V 11N1U1N, of Gallia county. . . FOR MEUTEN ANT GOVERNOR. i EPBRAIM FUECKLEY, . -of Carroll county. - secretary oi awe,. KARL BILL, of Erie. Attorney General, . . - HENEY STANBERY, of Franklin. - Auditor of State, . JOHN. WOODS, of Butler. Treasurer of State, '. . ALBERT A. BLISS, of Lorain. . . Public Works, Daniel Steitoua, of Lucas, -John Madeira, of Ross, , Datid H. Lyman, of Muskingum. Supreme Judges, S. J. Andrews, of Cuyahoga, ': C. C. Convers, of Muskingum. . Peter Odlin, of Montgomery, Bellamy Storer, of Hamilton. Geo. B. Way, of Defiance. Mr. Vinton. Accepts. The attention of tbe reader is called lo the remarks of Mr. Viktor on the occasion of his nomination for Gorer nor being announced to him by Gen. Gocdaid, in Put...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 July 1851

From New Grenada. An insurrection there—Sanguinary Engagement—Government forces Victorius—Escape of the Insurgent General—Excitement at Bogota. tola. ' .v ... . . By the English steamer, at . Cha . gies were received papers from Bo gota to the22d May, and irom Car . thaeena to the Sin ult. 1 bey are principally filled with particulars or -a attempt . recently . made to over throw the government, by disanectea ' parties in the provinces of rasto and Tuquerres, with the encouragement : and aid of leading persons in xqua -dor. ..-..--' Pasto and Tuquerres, the seat and Taeena of insurrection, are the two - southern provinces .of New Grana- ""da, They join Ecuador on its in ,'terior western boundary. JSvmptoms of a rebellion having - M . 1 Tieen made apparent iu uiose provin ces, to the President, he called upon Congress to authorise an addition to ' 'be made to the army, which was at - bnce increased under its direction to ' ten thousand men. -The President was also authorized "to decl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 July 1851

THE CAMPAIGN OPENED—SPEECH THE CAMPAIGN OPENED—SPEECH OF MR. VINTON. ti M mm u eresl pleasure to PT ..following from HmsZtowtJH Cor!er, -rrdaT Weeih i. the speech of our aisti'ngu'i8hed"cijidiaate' for' Governor ' will be read ill orer the State with great interest. It utters the words or tram .ml soberness, with dignity, and ;good ..i " Th Courier . has the following introductory article: ' " ; . THE CAMPAIGN OPENED—SPEECH OF MR. VINTON. The Opening of the Canvass. Yesterday evening, after receiving a list of the nominations from Columbus, ' ihe: Whi"s of Zanesrille, Putnam and 'the vicinV assembk-d ex.temporaneou.s- '. 1. c ih noroose of expressing the sat- r4.fi.,t:n thev felt ; with the conduct of rtlw Convention, and also of particular "1 and Dubliclv expressing that sat'isiac- 1 - i-i . -.i - i ,tiea te tne caoaiaaxea wruiin reocn. Accordingly, to Mr. "Vinton, who; hap-j pened 'to Se at the residence of a rel a-. 'tire in P utnam, and to Messrs. Convers aid Lyman, they paid th...

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