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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 June 1848

u . ' . . Tia-.g . ..- - 7 - ;x I-.- x ;! ''' 'A : "T ' 1 r"T" ' ; 1" r ' T i' -. , - tl i - - 1 ' Kl i ' ; - . i ! j C!j B i" uIOVE ALL THINGS HOLDFAST TIUT WHICH IS COOD." - ' ' 1 - - -rF t: P ,.4 ; VOLUME I. THK EXAMINEIl; i Tl'B.fl. TWO IHLI.K rr- ASSVU, IV AHVAMK. I'AIIL -SEVMOIJ R. rtiuoii. """"COMMUNICATION. ; 7k i.V Ex miner. ' (jcNri-cuiN I rijHe with your pentii. Siuti lo jiUits tLroojth tbe columns of Hm Lxauuti. r, a anri of Jitters lo the niiuii ins an J ninuttrrs of tli MtlhoJist Epjaco j.i! Chunk South in Kentucky, on tlw u!.jHi! of klavtiiy mi J out eiuam ipa!i..n; iK-lieving iliat an apeal to them, as a bod, will rKeir moie attrution jukI roiwJ.x atloii at tl.rif haikls tlian iinythmg cum ithkb i aJJused W ll puWiC geneially, The MctloJiw Com' the betnnin? !av buniff t Jmdrtl litKM7 aerain.st Maverj siiJ at an fuiiy j'ttioJ of ila history in thix couuiry, a rul aJopted, forbidding its ineuibT! to "buy or tell men, women, vr (iniJit h tritk an intention to enslave Hu...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 June 1848

THE EXAMINER'. F. COSBY, John il i iky wool v NOBLE lilTLLU, KlllToR. J. C. VAUGHAN, Corresponding Editm. LOUlSVILLE:::::::::JUNE 3. 1S13. Mr. Wick baa offered bill U forbid the in troducUoa of alsvee for traffic io the District of Columbia. Right. Tbat traffic all traffic in theni oaght to (mm there. Aad why not, also pass law to prevent the eeparatioa of families a it J la legalise marriage. Tbia change would mitigat tha aril, aul pre para Uia way for etui- cipatioa w hick mast coma ia a few year. We ub Mr. liorrrwa, of Delaware, woald make tbia mora. Our emancipation friends ia Delaware air hie awake, and mean to be tret on the list in freedom's cause aiuoug the slave Stale. Already bas the Legislature of that State de clared against tlie extt-nsiuu of slavery! Al ready La oua branch decided ia favor of emanci patioa! And aet winter we expect to bear that slavery exists no louder in Delaware! The ann-slatcry folk of Wilmington mean tbat this td.all be so. Heal bow they talk of th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 June 1848

aa: !.Hy lvi;bi ir u ad fcwW' .mic.it Greths who had III- The ancient Gtetk8m a" r'.,..lcM."'l''-l,,,r,,',,,l,K:" 'W 't.';,- samples t,r tt1.H .ni 1 ,CWi . . i victorious at - mis BW .riv But u al ' . ft. la-caux e recie:iiieu po- t-.,ir.to. Ac tm . :., t.l..iunia OUf soldier in Om ...J f.m.l mlerrst m the I- bit p" - , .,-. This doctrine lr. ,i.aneintrv. ITU" umiiiiir l V tie h,,U . . .,.,1 ddI irt . , t: the M'i"ai pectionnlism ly ... vtate CXf'S1"- ... r.l. I Slat-1"1 W u,r . nereiB IB l LHUniri- I - ;tlirnSWof pn"- a1 i -iii.tmll.'v. r'1''. tw-o. sstd that the old issue lit "K.J away-the tVmocta 60 .j.e.1 in t j the.ub-trea.-.ry. and the tKe.1h.ow uf T It h s -f II to lB I" qww-i iu wJ lo , . the iuslioe o. e4 un -w- - l" . rJ.-- Estill bad prououuoeJ iu la o T,,,' r',',m;!jn,7i ,a'4 . .... -t.nt of ieniuifiati' ' U fa.tvMtbeMuremu.udwu.U .1 . l...n r i T. lil C-U liiv K..r.ilOIV. I in i""- - U:r..: haiuu. cb-i-e to extend r ab..eve. thr puuc.pie.of uut I.U-rlr KTT7,.!.LJ.rJ H.b...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 June 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. . ! k i Fleweu. . ..'. r M V S . M a's , k b T K . - . . ... "When. 1 Walk anions; iny flutt er, I mu very Lad to bee Thai amid all Life' wild chanjes, thejtxt still the Mine U me! .My friend may wander from me, for pleasure cr fur pain. Ten thousand reasons part u, but my flower mint remain. Thi have no altered destiny, which bears Uieui faraway. Like the old familiar faces which wemUslui many a Cay, When Crt they leave a vacant place, and, van ish ttom our view. la the pleas Jl friendly circle, that was formed abett life Vrtn new. Fur ainailer, smaller, every day, that lessening circle rroaa; A$ Death, or Change, Mill ideals away the lily aaJ the rvx; Still lop, with nn relenting troke, the bough m hereon we leaned; still tliliU the bud, whoe fairy grace, our ttoiiie-Buwer hoftly screened! My Aoaera am remain with me; I feel there h uu chance, That tkey hUouU start Cur Italy, or cross Ike bea to France; Or down the dark blue Danube aail, or tour it uu the Khine;...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 June 1848

rrni ttti tut - :t:; a "prove all things; hold fast. that .which is good. ft LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1848. 113 iilVli ml JlLLo . - i ' ' -'- ' . . r . .4 it ... . , . ..)- . ...... .! . , , a w m - 4 . j 1 m m a ar nr m m m m m . . 11 j - . eeaeaw i 'I i V()IiUME I. NUMBER 52. EXAMINEK; km an , ll I'-1 tBf TBHSt"' SEYMOUR. p A l L. fin""'- COMMUNICATION. .bedieM llror.-.". II- It i,W , ,u.,tl.-Meth. ail'irn . ..i...i.;iiuin-ni-lave. . irom a ted c drd. clio. other highest council tin ,l nmniousof her eiuei i.uVfsWIV eP" " ' .... . ..ji. .Low thst her leau- ....wed to """"I .J. -tiforu.-lbat ia all time at l,el.-hd but c voice, and has nr' . . ia in " contention which sundered U.e con " Ini.neeudof U,.rioU tha other. v...,h .nJ South i. antagonist '"!,,,,...biect. there was unity of . -I.mtrmri nmrtiimu f IM(m tne mvwi . j - ..! llioUL'B occioully noiuo ono or onflict.de pllencira of both in the l. inieared ln" " ' r.utiuf , . . .i..r. th UmJms men .. . ... fit nriBciolea...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 June 1848

V T H E EXAM INE R . Lin oss. T. COSftY, - ' JOHN H.-HEYWOOO, SOELE-BUiLEE, l.C'UEltK$?. Ccrrmponding Editor. counties opposed to slsvsry, an opportunity to rid themselves of it,' without hurting a neigh bor's rirhU or property, . A fewexau-pleslo illustrate this principle, ' f h country, to xchnng p5lmen in Natural First, let ustakeJuirviile. Ithas. savfortv i "-wry with each ther. Wo bopo Mr. H. II, thrkliaanit trl hUteatla KxckoKgco. Mr. Joslali Holbrok,of Nw York.li ma king exertions to induce tLo Mitiools throughout LOUISVILLE: :JCSE 10. 1843. Cy TV", ttnj.,, ccMtUitxJljf , a utr.btr of tkt Exam.x tp A or eii-i, t A hopti'ttiul ly persl of it, tkty -wy 4 -JuCed to rkUcriU. (Tb Kuaiatfi . Oar present number complete the first vol ame of the Examiner. "'.' Many of oaf citizen bavlug expressed Utolr intention to become subscribers at the com mencement ef the second year, wo would re quest them to scad is their name at the earliest morueul, that we may make the necessary in crease ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 June 1848

rrtmhJtrimm Catarrh la two a7! re ionr cherlahad deai,rn to five Kbrtixw- 0f the musical per .u.-atdicourlinproettonoi" r a. at t ttw-r ... itb which r Km from Uum L.f.vored.bt thepreaiure t other . ... - .wnted us from carry B" :..-.--ti.... W. believe that . . eta aaeention. In a .. i. its anprecUtioB of art, aud thai '.-I of bich U,,no, f ,7-alori- ere drawn, can only -"tlU .i JLd ia commaulty UU.C to " ; ....ht. aa well a. if ear deliSht- JinrlT. i treating; of different th.U.oagl.U wrapped P - r" ..... traumata oat or me uuiv... . .1.. that which I He composer '" . .J U'.fr that the derstand. We fear . ... an - auaiber "" wh enVhTn little wnetner wnat "ifj roooii car a anirnra does tneir - ... . dUli af delicious viaade nourishee hi. a ,.v u, do awav with thia ma- . Mier-li- would have the Concert- rtroDfad with ardent aeek.r. after new would h.ve him who Instructs .. the n.ium of music, end him who . by -- in Icaory. U ,d.P-d the day when the 0- w. ...... giijau and the orator...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 June 1848

LITEUAltY EXAM1TC Mauataia Xrrn , AX ASPIRATION FROM TOWN. ht ChULlS Hil'll). - - VLkt Ltie the fem put trtn an tWi, What time ih early UuobUe sings, . 1 love to fly the inoiky torn, m. Andtiradihe moorland, bare aiul brown; row teeueot level of 1he glen To baret summit uf the Beiu, - . To trace UietorrenU wbr they flow. Serene or brawling, lit-ne or slow; v , To linger pleased, and long , A silent listener to tlifir mg. Farewell, yt strewis' Aaiu I'll sit Ob crag to watch the shadow flil ; 1 To hat the buzzing of the U-e, Oi bianche waving like a sea; To Lear, tar oft, the cuckoo's note. Or lark'a clear carol hijja afloat. And find a joy in every sou ud Of air, ttie w aler, or the ground; Of f&acies full, though fixing iiouxht. And thi ulurig heedless of my thought. Farewell! and ia the teeth of care ' - I'll breathe the buxom mountain-air, Feed vision upon dye aud huea That bum the luU-top interfuse, U'tute rock, and lichens born of spiay, Dark beUiei-iui'.a, old muwra gray, ....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 June 1848

-j--,- f ft t. i "I ' t "prove all TniNcs;( hold fast tu4t wriicit is good." , 1 I OI.U31E II LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER 53. I I XI 1 ... ,. 1 I I I X V . T 7 T f T T T r '7v . v VA h v ra rr r""M M ' X A 7i I- " u ' ti ; M AY A V : U lYi a a. w i i i xv w i I I 1 1 t V , ; --.' i ; " i a-iiF. EXAMINEK; . - ..riN.. a.ileoor - ..wa. ' la tn ro LLU3 PEI AKKU". I" ADVANCE. SEYMOUR, i PAUL COMMUNICATION LHt r . "u tUna aecar the confidence of JLfaJT Th. wcfty of Friend. L.t. mala- L prel.d from .11 .lav- Inland el- of men enjoy in a higher lit! th. e-fi cf U,eir fc"0-11 J. for the .W nnother f th., Zli- allhoneatyof pnrpo carried Uieirprla with th. -ppU-a them firmly, end LuU.fly U y place of their .xl.tenc. fMul not the methodUt church, pur-alaf , th l,o of policy. h mioUiDeJ her bold ,.. th. pubWe mind, .nd Kone o. from torn c.rinf Ml o.qatT Lter.ity h)o. w.ll LnWB.ir.u th. wilom or folly of th pmcti ,! pcnon .h TolnnUrily n-amod, whe .h. onnted t. Uimk. wh...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 June 1848

THE EXAMINER. r. cosriY, JOHN H. HKYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER. Euiross. J. C VAL'GHAN, Corresponding Editor. LOUISVILLE: JUNE 17, 1848. O H tend, oceagumally, a number of the RiiHiMii (i MrwiutMort not eubocribere, tn Ike A.;, that by j-erwal of it, thrf may be in- tlucea to euoecrtSr. Tle EualMr Que year since, amid the conflict of douMsnd hope, we began the publication of the Examin er in thin city. Whatever hostility was mani fested towards our enterprise at tLat time, Las, we are glad to say, long since MiLoided, and we now stand on the threshold of a second year with increased confidence in the success of the glorious cause with which we are associated. There is a bright future before us, and we in tend approaching it with firmness, fully alive to all iti serious responsibilities, and resolved on an earnest and conscientious discharge of the duties which may devoh e on us. In order to an efficient maintenance of the cause, no far as it responsibilities rest with us, we have made ar ra...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 June 1848

, for lk tav "'r,ad, rrrr.a., v giegTi, Georgia. ...fvi.r of the eeren ih. . .,--.1 lie "'"M - of the riginl thirteen tht ' m.. mmIIi wrere eoch f this I'" 4 ,.v " - . . . - :.l.l i . r.rrer w ew- - . ... " n to witness the calm ..- tJfJii0" . .;,h -hich these gentlemen can rlf fT.r. ..J" th. ot rlUPf if ef -rjh.h.uofthu, .- ' . , ,. . M-,h. i ,m br no , aAiKl lieiuiot -I. -' - l.ent that the. s.gC.ou. " u -nihcant With these, aringenioa. k"'" ? " ? to fr.m being tho... I"1. .7. .hid. w. have been accustomed " . ' ' -J thev have a wonderful fa U Ipoaiag "h't dUUr,- 1 tn-oftbelf opinions. Kevertueie., . w Lj io wake another charge upon thn. ,Ui weep- rT,mur dogmatists aad soph- ""r l. cndiJke after tmtb. Il coul .mbr. that six of """il. to .oak. a compari betwesn i Brirvw r 1 of thew sii ! SUtM, ud free .SUt cf New York. I (tit firtt call the tUU of the ,-.vr U wr IhPM 111 U M U . mile. ?Jj oft-".. Uteof New uil l" ihefiretceu.ufWM 46,(kX) Population. it he ot-erveJ. that ia rerd to ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 June 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. Dlf UwiriMfUrmikNW.' J My heart to me a pleasant grtnhouae , Where, w hen winds blow chill, j And blasted all, lie summer flowerets, Sheltered Lloom mt fiowereU still. All aruund ita crystal casements Clusters wild, Uie passion-vine, Veiling brightly clouds, and shadows, ' But adnata the dear sunshine, t There the pet fume of the lily MinU v illi the uamak i Deeply highs the oraaye-biutwom A ii'l the bright carnation glow. There the timid violet trerr.Uc lleholiJties their fragrance shed; And the star of Bethlehem watches O't r the heart' 8-eaje lowly bed. In its mist a fMiutai.n sparkles. That with gentle, silvery showers, Casta its spray of diamond dew drops To refresh the grateful flowers. My free bird aing sweetly, Jet-ply Sing to tne the livelong day; Of the past tlie present future, Ou resounding, thrilling lay. Warmly nurtured is my (rreenhouse Warmed by fires, lit from n high; flowers would jeruh were it colder. And my happy bird would dw. Once my opening ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 June 1848

m tttt T7 Tir .v -i j. m "prove ali things; hold fast that which is good." -XVrV-r-KV- 1 T TO .TTh' II ii.U. Hid rw m x - . ar a m m . m w a . . . . VOLUME II. LOUISVILLE, KY : SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER 54. THE fcAA'" 11 - ...-. . vrrf- PAUL. TER AI.VAM E. SEYMOUR, la-i It COMMUNICATION nr,l..diau llesr.-Ns. IV. .!i vourattcuUon to the aigni ,1 what they indicate us proper fur w io is reUUio- to ...very thing L o.." .ovwitbthW-hWlVa. r :....,.uu. effect, upon Wy-tt..liM inr preiuiee . , ... ... ea l VOMf HW Mmori w the tii.,u . ... Aa in - ;tl. the fabled Upas tree i hr ro ail ie - - . .'-Li-iou. etfU upo- -oc WJ w "theis, J iw l"6"""" UihU btKVtt il nt.tit .morbid sensibility I. th. public ,ort of tateUeeimai ot -T-J-i .brink from all agitation or i there are . .. !., la-i ' . e- li,trr-and 0lU!U v I . 1 . I.iit.rilv Id tvut those no u 7 lite honest convictions of their that two lii tel. i rauu it .V i'j" " . . .. , .,..1 LLe tire at U.e lurnnu- . not fouud wanting llil...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 June 1848

Tff T- nv I TIT I V TJ D I1"1 C" tt atUch itelf e"5ePt M intinuUd l 11 Li . Ed A A M 1 IN JCi I 6iriBtUigenteoiTpondattto those who own I' EulTOKS. F. COSBY, JOHN IL HEY WOOD, NuliLE BL1LEB, J. C. VA.LGHA.Jf, Ceyvosposdt-g 4itor. L0U1SVILLE::::::::JUNE 24. 1813. CT W tni, commonaUy, nvwifcrr of A xubib to umi :e art not nbtcribtn, in tk hop, that by a perusal of it, they may b in- a tier a tm tiilcru. Tb Rochester American, la a letter from Aw gta,Ga., give th following nobl instance of maa struggling to bo free. "Th talk of the town te-day la the departure of Frank bbadwkk,a Btdf-emsnclpated live, hi wife aad cbildrea, to eeek a moro congenial noma Is tho SUU of Pear-svlvaaia. This alave, who U a ullTt of thia beautiful city, began hie work of emancipation by porchaainf hi lima from year to year, at a boot f IU0 por aaaam tbo ai oal hiro for a food servant. Posaessiag great energy and mack toteillgeatca, with perfect Integrity, ba could bo la oversee other slsvee and labor well him...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 June 1848

"TZrotoi. th. -bjol"-1 "mr . copy- - . J.urnol." It B!0. " f ch.racter. who 'i !. Ul' f bODr "u fc-r,! bi.lf profit to h.. i ereJ' .. merieoca in the Stat. of booor and i . hose expeneu W .,,.. to respectful and attentive - .... Ul'l" ' ration- 7 orf,roe th.t the peop'" - Znmned to call . Tt i. J' M- T"."aV..,B . B.OT. I. Cl - i titir . " ,Lt car most serious attention ...tr1 'Vii (rat diecu fa;1"' All ion ,J'C ....a of our orpnic ma., i heard .A . ... . m 1 J " '".run by th milled truth of the '..S. Vwrt of counsel there is is i"" ' 'Vn,,t. lo the public his view. " '" "uoo of Kentucky ought lo bo, to LW. W"" w,lbin Off ", Jutrr ciluen. U" "' division of .overeieuty. among V I sarar, - ud wUIicb th J a - k. U a . b.u-s it believea - 17' u . :...;.;- should not o ,ulr' i ba.iiiii wii" a !loa "( Repre-entaUvos, a. also , "to upoo legislative action, "Ruined i. their Pr ut po..tio. , , of every child in the Mate ehould !TulJ be urnier a court of special pro- WIW" j . , bat Jur . ........

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 June 1848

--I" LITERARY EXAMINER. Ths Kebta ll4r-aka' lkrM. TMrc iaaa old Ecglili belief, tbat iir nek person It about to depart, Lhumi of Kobta Krdbceart run Umu ptauiDvt sougs near UaS booss l death.. The summer emeets bsd paaMvl away, with many A heart-throb sore, Fur warning voices said that As would ne'er see summer more; ButstiU I hoped 'garnet hope itself and at the autumn tide. With y? I marked retumiug strength, nhile watching by her aide. But dreary winterandhis blasts came with re doubled gloom, With trembling Lands the Christmas boughs I hung around the room; For gone the warmth of autumndaysher life was on the wane; Those Christmas boughs nt Candlemas I took not down again! One day a Robin Redbreast came unto the case ment near, Sk lore! it soft and plaintive note, which few unmoved caa hear; But on each tad sucoesbivs day this redbreast ceased not bringing yue i k joins. UU a chorus full and rich vw singing. Then, then I knew that death w as nigh, and blowly stalking on; I gazed...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 July 1848

J. M x . lb HJi AA A ' U-AV My w - I k. .O -ruuvjs A. IttlHUII, IIULiU FAST TIIAltflVlS COfO.' 5r- i OLUME II. v THE EXAMINER; M JcflCfVO Pl., """i - T K K ..... rrt AKNm.lN ADVANCE, r ,i uoi.t-i"-' PAUL SEYMOUR, COMMUNICATION th MttMutt r Ken -r--. UCtywm r.,t, iK.lr hl, . ...,( and Dat kiM W" cu ' ' tb tpWr CUrn k.rr Hfiora l -ik JtM 1 mUy UM fc Vila- b MUfi"a that tb tim haWom. TLt .,.r b io mirt idrUndint between ua, ,. U remark, that reat dignity of -..L aubject of tiu, and wry ,T(ar1arUl.dayfo-la-lM ..wnitL 1 : '.iLBa-ply"'"'""" day ' -.nr hea or pliant Suto will i frt. .u rare a.r nnUinted ly the bieatb of e aJmit it, and reapond let na wait pa w,tlT until itf florioua light i ahed apon ua it if they mxan tue time lor m ti atr. it i " fmtnti .j w'ma ia called by the bigheat and ho- aiotiv which control the haraaa inind, to irakea ad P hu trenf ,h ui 1 f4,r,h ,0 prr th T for f01 J"01 c,m There are a multitude of prrtiniinri u k,ttld-a boat of frrmitM prejudioea to b, rrmoeed, ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 July 1848

1 . "s 1 THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN H. HF.VWOOD, NOBLE BLTLLK, Luitokx. J. C VAUGHAN, Corresponding Editor. LOUISVILLE: :;::::: .JULY 1, 184S. K3 ir tnj, occationally, number tf tks Eiabiklb to jtrront rko art not tubtcribert, in the hope. Unit by a jxnwal of it, they may be in ductd to tulmcribe. staaa mf Tcarfnirr, We hevs beea informed that the National Di vision Sons of Temperance, now In session at Baltimore, hav. elected Gen. S. F. Cast, of Ohio, as M. W. P. for the ensninf term, and bave resolved to hold its next annual session in Cincinnati, Ohio, in May lt49. Gov. Owsutv, tendered to Mr. Clay, the neat in the United States Senate, made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Criltendsn. Mr. C. do clined it. Oar uttMl AawSveswary Before another number ef ear paper shall be issued, a day will hair come, whoso advent mast always be regarded with profound interest. It is n day which commemorates the promal- galioa of a (reat principle, and, like every other day which bas beea iiamor...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 July 1848

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Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 July 1848

L1TEUARY EXAMINER. , lr IlasaeOircy Gilbert. . r iiiit w. inniiw. (When the wind abated and the vessels were dpj enough, the Admiral was acem constantly a ning in the stern, with a book in hia band. On U 9ih of September he waa aeen for the last time, and waa heard by the people of the Hind to nsy, " We are as near Heaven by sea as by landf In the following night the light of the bip suddenly diappeared. Tlie people in the oth er vessel kept a good look out for him during the remainder of the voyage. On the 22d of Sep tember they arrived through much tempest and peril at Falmouth. But nothing more waa aeen or beard of the Admiral. Belknap'$ American Biogrmiy, I- 203. Southward with bis ftaet of ice Sailed the Corsair Death; Wild and fast, blew the blast, And the east-wind waa hia breath. Hia lordly ebips of ice Glistened in the aun; On each aide, like pennons wide. Flashing crystal atreariiets run. Hi sails of white aea-mist Dripped with ailvet rain; But where he paaaed there were c...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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