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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 19 November 1842

nv I. AD.VTIS. TERltS or rCBLICATIO Tic RoiCl is issued every Saturday morn, tng, at 83.50, if paid within sit months, and If payment he longer delayed, Three Dollara will be siseted. CfTo a cluh of Three nr more subscribers, If Mid In aaxiilf,) Two Dollar, ' no paper discontinued until all arrearages fe paid, except at tne op' ion of the Editor. CPostmasters are authorized bv law to far. ward monov tn newspaper publishers, free of eharge. All lei tors to the Editors, by mail, must be roar ri. nates of AdTerlisIn. One aquare, of 15 lines or loss, for the firt inaiol; for each nheqnent insertion fif. '' ,,r " manilcSled, very tf emits. A reasonable deduction made 10 i'"'''' !' fearless and war-like those who advertise by the year. disposition. He accordingly joined Coinmsnieations or adverti-cmentsofa per-' a ,....,..,,. ,.r i,,, j .1 entl nature fwhen admis.ihle.) will he chare. , C,,,"l""' '"Volunteers, during the ddoabllhen.ial rates, and payable iniaria.j a,S""r"u,! l,el'"d of 17...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 19 November 1842

THE RADICAL. Bowling-Green, Sot. 19, IS i2. 21The Minutes of the United Bap tist Association, are ready for delivery. "A Farmer of Pike" will be attended to next week. We are disappointed in not being able to give our readers something of the re mits of the elections in New-York and Massachusetts. We shall most likely receive full returns from the above nam ed states in the course of next week. Land Office is Platte Col-sty.' We learn from the last Platte Eagle, that the President has directed the new Land Office to be located at Plattsburgh, in Clinton county. Heretofore it was gen erally supposed it would have been lo cated at Platte City, in Platte county. The Secretary says the recommendations in favxr of Plattsburgh were the strongest. The Treatt. The news of the rati fication of the treaty between the Unit ed States and Great Britain, is confirm ed. A salute of one hundred guns was fired from the Battery, New York, on the 4th, in honor of the occasion; all the shipping ia the ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 19 November 1842

T Pride of Ancestrt. we doubt whether the most vulgar plebi an of us all, could make out a more disgraceful ancestry than Queen Vic toriaBice little woman as she is. Just look at the virtues of some of her ancestors, as recorded in the Lon don Sun. Of course she can be none the worse for it it only shows what a ridiculous thing ancestry pride is: Victoria is the daughter of the late Duke of Kent, who was the t!rihrr of William the IV., who was .1 . ..f CZrrnt flip IV u I the orouici y ' S! .n 7FJZJltTx I wat uic u111""'"" . ' who wa the son of the 1'rinces So phia, who was the cousin of Anne, who was the sister of William and Mary, w,l were tl,e daughter and ion-in-law of James th; II, who was the son of Charles the I., vlio was a iruilur to his tounlry, and decapitated as such, who was the sun of J ame? the I., who was the s n of M irv, who was the sister of E J war J the VI., who was the son of Henry the VII., who teas the cool blooded murderer of his wives, and son of Henry the V...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 19 November 1842

PHOSPECTIS TO TOR NEW VOLUME OF TIIC U. STATES MAUAZINE AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. Volume xu Commencing Jclt, 1 S 12. John L. O'Sullivan. Editor. By no increase in the number of pages, and by an alteration in its ty pographical arrangements, the quan tity of matter heretofore furnished to the readers of the Democratic Re view, will be in created in its future numbers About aeventy-five per cent. The Edi:or expert valuable r.id ti his owo efforts, during the course of the coming year, t'rom a number of .the moit able pens of the great Dem ocratic Party together with that cf others, in its purely literary depart ment, to which the tame piluie.il de ignatis is not to be applied. Among them r.iay be particularly tvum-d: Bancroft, J. F. Cooper, Aiuos Kn dall, tVhittier.Sigwick.Gilp.u, Put ler, Parle Godwin, Hivthrne, li ezae, Paulding, A. II. E.ere.t, Brownson, Cambreleng, J. L. Ste phens, Tiiden, Taitro, Eames, Bry ant, Cass, C. J. Infers .11. The Monthly Financial and Cni metcial articles,...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 November 1842

1 : : : A DV I. ADAMS. TERMS OF PFBMOATIOT. Tn Rioicl is issued every Saturday morn in?. t $-.5'.), I'1"' Wl,hin six months, ami if piTinmt bs lonjer dolayoil. Three Dallam wilt be exacted. itrTo a clu! of Three or more subscribers, (if paid in advance,) Two Dollars. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of tlie Editors. CrPostniisters are authorized bv law to for ward money to newspaper publisher, free of chare. All letters to the Editors, by mail, . must be rosT r.in. Rates of Advertising. One sqmre, of 15 lines or Irss, for the first insertion 1; for esdisnbaeouent insst'lon fif. tv eeuta. A reasnniblo deduction made to those who advertiso by the year. Commanii-ations or advertisements of a per sonal nature (when admissible,) will be rlnrij. ed double the us ial rates, and payable itivarii. b!y in advance. rr For announcing candidates, 2 each. invariably in ad '-snce. CT )vortie'n'nts (exeept for yearly adver. I liers,l should in all ciscs -o a...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 November 1842

THE 11 A DECAL Bo lingr-Grecn, Sot . CG, tali. The Legislature of this Slate met at Jefferson City, on Monday last. We tliall be enable J to give some intelli gence of tlieir proceedings in our next paper. Charles G. Aiherton, (democrat) was nominated by the New-Hampshire Leg islature, for the office of United States Senator, and will cf course be elected. The election was to have taken place on the 14th inst. Gbaiiam's MiRAiist. Wc have re ceived the December number of this de servedly popular w ork, which closes the volume. One of the new features of the coming volume will be the introduction of Portraits of the contributors to Gra hams' Magazine, which will include nearly all the eminent writers of the day. Subscriptions for the new volume should be forwarded as carry's the 10th of December, as the January uumber will appear early. The Democratic victory in New York is almost unprecedented. Returns from forty-eight counties give Bouck, the Democratic candidate for Governor, a . :...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 November 1842

highlands that divide those rivers which empty themselves into the river St. Lawrence from those which fall into the river St. John, then the said point shall be made to recede down the said northwest branch of the river St. John, lo a point seven miles - --n',,.t lino ffilin l!.r sro.l en .' in as.iaii;". - - - mit or cres', tnencc, in a straight linA in n course uwnit sou.1. ciiri.t de-, i I grce west, t.-. the point where the decrees So j parel'el oi laiuooc .u m minutes n um wirnrU uic miwi- i west branch of the MJ.J.n; thence, ; southerly uy U:l,;"i io me ; m neimiL' t. Her Biittnic Mastv, ourc thereof in the highlands at ; shall have free access to and through the .Metjanirt'.e P't-'e; thence, : the river for their produce, in those down along tbe said hiiitiKin.ii winch; parts where the said river runs whol divide ifie water winch empty them- ly through the S-ate of Main.-: Pro selves in the liver St Lawrence j vided, alw-ys, that this auice.iient from t't ;sc which i ill int...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 26 November 1842

It -If V il I i 1 prospect its to tub new volume of Tin: V. STATE teAUA'AXF AN DEMO CRA TIC RE VIE JV. Yoj.cmk vi. LVmmknci.nc; Jfi.v, 1842. JWin L, G' Sullivan, Eilitor. a,,..., ,. .... :- " .ages, and by : n a teralion in its t y- ,- , 1 , , , ographieal arrangements, the r;iiin L5v r.n increase, in li-.e 1 io!ra i ...r. r. i". : I 1 . ., - , r.!i ,- i the readers of the Democratic. Ke-i ... , , . r view, will be increased m ,ts t'i flumbersaoout seventy-hye per cent j The LJ.tor exports vau.nl.le ai.l to- his own efforts, hr,n? the cm, of the coming year, from a number o, the most able pens of th-eat D 'ii!-; erratic Party-together wall that ... ; others, in its purely irerarv depart-j ment, to wmch tli? siine political ignation is not to be applied. Among I them may be particularly n imd: . Bancmfi.J.F. C.'oper, Amos Ivor. dail, Vi hither, Sedgw.e.;, G Ipsa. !..;t- j vezic, Paulding, A. II. I.verett. Drownson, Cam')re!.r.jr. J. I. phens, Tilden. Tas:s!r.. Iv;:!ie?, Jlry- j snt. ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 December 1842

i Che EafrUid "0B COCKTHY ill OOB COSITIt'i Will, BY I. ADAMS- TR3 OF PUBUCATIOV. Tt Rrct is ewry Saturday imvir at 8 J I1'' 'lth'n ' ",on,''. and ifjifoiat'hs'ltfaj" daliyeJ. Turea D-tlUra will ba nailed- , . .. . VpTo , cl i of Three or more subscriber, if paid in ,dr.)To tall.r NopP ducntuiucd until all arrearage. rre" tAar "lh',r,I''1 l,v ' ,0 ,rd monef to nawspjpar publisher, free of ehrf. All letter, lo the Ediliys. by mail, must be rrr Rates of Advertising. Ooe .qoare, of 15 line or lem, fr ihe firt inrtioa $1; to' etch .absonant iiuerli-n fif. . MOll a, retsonnble deduction made to ,h. .derii by the ye.r. C.motecmVIOBi r tdvertiaemente of per eenl ntore (when adini.sihle,) mill be chrg. .d dwilile the u ill rale, and payable invaru. b in advance. q. fM announcing candidates 52 each, innrial'ly in ad ance. (TWltertweinenU (except tor yearly adver. l.hoald in all cues o accmnuinii-d by written directions a to the nu-nher of insr. j ion: ifnol, they will no puoiiaiiea un luruiu...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 December 1842

itJTtTs answered," it seems ro"'merbrj"?rcs.r'1ms" no Tight he inquiry, "can the people of Mis-j consequence there is souri elect their representatives by , r pie districts, in tae present form ! of t!ie act of Congress.'"' If the v i cannot, md m:;ny very intelligent j ins representatives to tha' Congress citizens testified their belief that they of tho United .Slates, remains unim coulJ not by abstaining from voting paired and uncontrolled. T what r.i our date eleetkn.-then Congress jever end tlmt -di-wretion shrill lead. lias not "preset ibed the maimer ol I holding the election, uuti uie ouiy eitee. ot their legislation is a com mand to the Legislatures of theStates, and in the most odious form, for it not only commands them tolegisiale, but to legislate in a prescribed form. It seems to beoi.ly the assertion of a truism to say, thai if Congress un dertake to prescribe the "time"' when the election shall be held, tiiey must name the day ; if they undertake to prescribe the "plac...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 December 1842

deliberation, and, in relation to which, the public1 miuJ lias .hitherto teen much divided- The subject- wiil .Lubtless be revived at your present Jcssion. and i s c Tact decrmtn:tin' have a lasting influence upon he future character an J usefulness of j lhai department oi me ppicuniH-iu. Uniform'!')' ami ability of decision is nf vital importance in the adminis- f rn f lOfl nf the Invv, anu u is t":ieveil ilr.it these qualitteseannot be attained Pininent a decree, while ttie nf the mdires if that court is .loved in iien'timiin thj whole circuit of the State, at least twice in each vear. If the interest or convcrr.cnre of the people required l!ie continuance of the present system, or if the ex pense of litigation v.aslessen'-d lhre hv, ihe nririiment in favnr of c.onccn iralion wi.u'.J be greatly weakened. Hut neither of these results How from its continuation. The only ;u-s-tions dirussed and dei ide 1 in the Supreme Court, are ques'ions of law jirisincnpon tlie record. Neil I er p...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 3 December 1842

0 PKOSPKPTL' TO TIIF. NF.W VOLUME OF Tin: U. STATI-IS jiauazixe AN' DEMO OL1 TIC REVIE W. Volume si. Commencing Jclt, 1842. John L. O' Sullivan. Editor. Ry an increase in the number of pages, and by an alteration in its ty pographical arrangements, the quan tity of matter heretofore furnished to the readers of the Democratic. Re view, will bo increased in its future numbers about seventy-five per cent. The Ediior expects" valuable aid to his own efforts, during the coarse of the coining year, from a number of the most able pens of the great Dem ocratic Party together with that ol others, in its purely literary depart ment, to which trie same political de signation is not to be applied. Anion: them may be particuhuly named: Uancrolt, J. v. L-ooper, Amos iven dall, Whittier, Sedgwick, Gilpin, Rut ler, Parke Godwin, Hawthorne, D i yezne, Pauhiins, A. II. Everett, .'"nson, Camhreleng, J. L. Ste- r)fl0 - ri . ...... u.iHi AitlllCJf ill V ant. Cass. C. J. Inersoli. The Monthly Financial a...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 December 1842

-s f .f ' ',-" v-i'n j ,-1., ,. v :..., .'" ' : : : : : :.'J .!: I. -inll W -.it .r ...1; , . X-'-' 7- ' ' a'ClTTKP 01 COHIITRt'i Will." BV i adaji. "TEIIWS W rtTBUiCATtOJr. , ' 1 Tm K oici 1 issued every Saturday men-' : K Mill," ,, . ri.-. jj-To club of Three or more subscnben, urums were beating, una from time (if paid in aitanet,) Tww . Doll. to time muskets were fired, in; honor -JZirT f occasion There was . ch arPortrntstert are authorised bv law to for. 1 "Mrn expressed by the crowd, espe mxti rooncfto newspaper nWiherF, free of ciuitv when the procession stood still. charge. An loner o n em nun, ". must be roTi- Rate of Advertisin?;, OneTsre, of ISlineor lees, for the first r eacn wwMmjW'm nisvritiMi ,m. tpaM t tiJucU. nude .to lLtTk: " Communications or sdrertieementsora per- - Kitare fwhtn admissible,) will be charg... . ed doafie me u.... " b JT For'annonncing candidates, ?2 each, ) invjriibly in adfance. tyAdrerlisemenU (except lor yearly aar. n i ahould in all cases bo ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 December 1842

TIIE,RADICAL. Rowling-Green, Dec. 10, 1814. Emigmaxts. We ore informed says the St. Louis Ledger, that the steamboat vetcor is below with four hundred emi grants on board. The Clerk reports war two thousand emigrants in Hie city of New Orleans wailing for a passage "up the river. HfuRoruoBfA. A child of Mr. James TTurtcT, of this County, was attacked on the Dth Inst., with Hvdronholiia. from The bite of a rabid dog, received some time during the last summer. Deuth en sued in about twenty-fuirr hours from Stobm 05 the I.aki.s. From the Buffalo papers we learn, that there has been one of the most severe gales upon . the Northern Lakes ever witnessed by the oldest inhabitants. It commenced on Thursday, two weeks ago, and continued until the Friday night ToTlcwing, attend ed with great loss of life and dist ruc tion of property. A schooner driven ashore a few miles above Buffalo, was made a total wreck, attended with the melancholy loss of life of one entire fami ly a husband, wife and ...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 December 1842

that relick of barbarism, imprison ment for debt. : HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. .'. Thcmdat, Nov. 24. ' The Speaker announced the following SUnding Committees: CmmiSkt on the Judiciary Messrs. Pmrliih. Miller, Hudson ot St. Louis, .S.rd.Jay'IIuston' E1Uson and SnOftVV iuVrtM Messrs. Whip ple Jackson, fioforth, Carson, Moss, Ak-'s.nder and Thompson. Qn Criminal Jurisprmlence. Messrs. Well. HVheaton, Slack, Maulsby, Lan drs, Tate and Bar. On Internal Improvement -Messrs. Minor of Cole. Simms, Carson, Slack, Ma.ilsbv, McHenry, ami Compton. On Education-Messrs.Hiiston,hields Flanagan, Arnold, Moss, McHenry and Minor of Cole. On Claim Messrs. Snyder, Bark hurst, Anderson, Daggett, Damcron, tv.rnn and Wilson. Oil the Militia Messrs. Hudson of St. Louis Slielton, Compton, Williams - f Davies, WilliamJ of Howard, Sayers and Roland. ... Oniht Seal of Gorcrnmfnl Messrs. Hough, Donovan, Price of Johnson, Skklmore, Tillery, Wcllman and Cole. On Eletlions Messrs. Smilh of Clin ' ton, Abernethy, Ba...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 10 December 1842

PROSPECTUS TO THE NEW VOLUME OF THE U. STATES MAUAZIXE AND DEMOCRATIC REVIEW. , Volume xi. Commencing July, 1842. John L. O'Sullivan. Editor. By an increase in the number of pages, and by an alteration in its ty- pographical arrangements, the quan tity of matter heretofore furnished to the readers of the Democratic lie- view, will be increased in its future numbers about seventy-five per cent. The Editor expects valuable aid to bis own efforts, during the course of the coming year, from a number ol the most able pens of the great Dem ; ocratic Party together with that of others, in its purely literary depart ' ment, to which the same political de ' iignation is not to be applied. Among them may be particularly nnmed: Eancroft, J. F. Cooper, Amos Ken dall. Whittier, Sedgwick, Gilpin, But- ler, Parke Godwin, Hawthorne, Dt- vezac, Paulding, A. H. Everett. Brownson, Cambreleng, J. L. Ste- - phens, Tilden, Tasistro, Enmes, Bry ant, Cass, C. J. Ingersoll. - The Monthly Financial and Com m...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 December 1842

"' COlTIT 1ID CtSITIl'l WltL,' BV I. ADAMS. BOWLING GREEK, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, DECEMBER & 7, 13-1?, VOL;' Ms-r! Y. TtMM W PTBUCATtOIT. fat t3t 'd every 8alorday m Pra ia at if IM month, and If tows la(er delayed, Three Dollar WU! b mctod. - fTT e!b a' Three or more eubacribera, (If said i a"-'.) Vo Dollar. Ma pr diseaotSaoed eatil all arrearagea tf ,,H czoept at tM option of the Editor. rrPartmutara ara anthorixed bv law to far. rd imwT to aawapaper mbliabers, free of charg. All lettere to tha Editors, by nail, MM e rest ,J Rates af Adrertislac. rjaeaaeere, of I J line at law, fnr the firt lnjHiaa 91; for each abaeoaent inserlinn 6f- eanls. A reasonable deducttoo made to lhwe advertise by the year. Coojinsairelinaa of advertisement ofa per anaa! natere (when adiaiaaible,) will be charg. ail danble the nsnal rate, and payable invaria. V.t ia advance. 'jT T" annooneinf candidate, 3 each, lar.ri.M- in advance. fj Advertisement (except for yearly ad rer. titer,) honld i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 December 1842

TIIK KABICAL. Bowl Qg- ree h, "Dec 17, 1S42. g-Re.f Mr. Crockett, will preach in Ihe Seminary, in this place, on to-morrow. Service will I'onimence t II o'clock. . .,' n-vt. ..... , - 2j-WeVast Mosey., We arc un der the. necessityof calling upon all those who are indebted t us. for advertising, to pay Tip, This call, pur extreme ne cessity focccs. lis to make." We must have money from some quarter; and we know of.no other medium through which we can hope- to ..receive, the ilrst "red cent" exefjptthat towhich we have al luded. '-'TVe would .fiirhjer 6ay to those indebted it brt subscription, that weliave due usup to'lhe present time, some 6 or $00. lf wecooM but receive one dollar, or even Fifty Cents, from those of our subscribers : who have hot yet paid us the .first farthing, it would greatly re lieve our . present wants, and enable us to pay.-' for our bread jand butter'. " . Id conclusion we will say, that if those of oar -s ubscribers, who have not yet paid us any. thing,' wil...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 December 1842

rirrkt T . ,nJ which was read a S?" r'?! refx6d to the Com mittee of the Whole HouYej a bill t suppress lotteries, introduced by- Mr. Hudson, of Si. LnUis, was read athird time and passed; a bill bv Mr. Hud son, ortst. Louis, abolishing imprison ment f.,f debt, was read a third time, and referred o the Committee of the vnoie House: n .ill H i. I I - - I uii amending me aw concerning the sale of school anas, was read a third time aed ed. ...... pass- TLbe wourdintrodue-,4 .bill" to simplify proceedings at law. Mr. Hndson.of Su Louis, gave notice that, on to-morrow, he would intro duce a bill concerning free negroes, c. Mr. Miller gave notice that,' on Wnlar next he would introduce a brit concerning liens of mechanics Stc Mr.Hwell"gaiiotice ihit, on Tues Jiy next, he would introduce a bill -nrpfniniF' Justices' Cmirts. -Mr. B iv nve notice thai, on Friday next. he would introduce-a lii respecting nnctice at law. Mr. Sheelv ihtro" doced a bill to regulate the iriar of the right of prop...

Publication Title: Radical, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The radical. — 17 December 1842

Graham's Lady's auJ Gentleman'! MAGAZINE. THE Fa0SPECTO3!F0B1843. editors: Geo. R. Graham & R. W. Griswold. KF.G'JLAR contributors; J. Fenimore Cooper, Richard II. Da na, William Cullen Bryant, Henry , W. Iionfellow. T. C. Grattan, ?harles F. Hofiinar. Graham's is the oldest and most popular of the American .Literary SlasHzine. The number Sot Janua ry, 1343, w'U be the first of the thir ty fifth v.olunse. Its long and uni formly successful career, from its commencement with'a few hundred Kubcribers, until the present time, w hen it has a circulation of fifty thou sand copies per month, is perhaps as good an evidence of its great and constantly increasing merit as the publisher has it in his power to offer. To iis old subscribers, lie trusts, no insurances are necessary of his de termination to maintain its present ascendency over ali the rival periodi cals of the country. The engage ment during the past year of such men as Bryant Conjter, Dana, Long fell w, Huffman, Mancur and o...

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