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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 March 1841

The Case of McL-ecd. The newspapers and the Washington letter writers have been prolific with speculations and surmises during the last ten days, touching the character of the despatches brought to Mr. Fox by the steamship President, in regard to the case of McLeod. There is a general agree ment in every circle, that the British Govern ment has determined to assume the entire re sponsibility of the attack upon the Caroline, and that her shield is to be interposed for the protection of McLeod, charged by "the people of the state of New York" with the murder of the unfortunate man wno fell in the melee. Such, doubtless 'ts the fact, and the despatch es received by Mr. Fox unquestionably relate in chief to this matter. The next point of con sideration is the tone of these despatches. Ru mor has made that tone lofty and belligerent; and such is the commendable circumspection with which cabinet discussions are now con ducted, that although the writer has been an at tentive observer of me...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 March 1841

.1 EFFEKjSOiN IAN li 15 P U 13 L1C AX. CURING PRACTICE. The principle of purifying the body by purg a g with vegetable phisic is becoming more and n ore understood as the only sensible method by u hich sound health can be established. Hun reds of individuals have become convinced of iins doctrine, and are daily acknowledging the practice to be the best ever discovered. Now is the unhealthy season when our bodies are liable to be affected with disease; and now is the time the state of the stomach and bowels houid ft attended to, because on the healthy state of tuose organs depends the healthy state c: the general system; and every one Will see at once, if the general health be bad while that re mains, local disease cannot be cured. All he medicine that is requisite to restore tne body Jo a stale of health is Brandretli's Vesr- '.ti'jU Universal Pills, which have performed c ures upon thousands of helpless and hopeless persons, alter the usual scientific skill of phy sicians have cons...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 March 1841

The whole art of Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 2. STRO UDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1841. No 6. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY TIIEOIOKE SCHOCII. TPnve two dollars per annum in. advance Two dollars nnd a anartcr, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of the year Two dollars and a nail. Those who receive their pacers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the.proprie- lor, Will PC cnaim-u i-t. v-i;?. (jti )ci, ciia. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option m uiu auuui. rryAdvcrtisements not exceedinc one sauare sixteen lines! will bo inserted three weeksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents forever' subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion, libcraldisconut will be made to yearly advertisers. . K3 All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB FRINTETO. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we arc prepared 10 execute c cry uua cription of Card...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 March 1841

JEFPERSONIAN REPUBLICAN JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN Strondshurg, Pa. March 31, 1S41. Terms, $2,00 in advance; $2.55, naif yearly ; and $2,50 if not raiUDcioietnecna oi me year. FOR GOVERNOR. JOHN BANKS, OF BERKS COUNTY. 3iidgc Banks. The nomination of this distinguished individ ual, meets with a heaity response from the true Democracy of Penns3Tlvania. As his nomina tion was perhaps more unanimous than that of any candidate ever before presented to the peo ple of the State for their suffrages, therefore it is hailed with a more hearty delight, for it tells to a suffering community that a man so univer sally popular must have all the redeeming qual ities necessary to deliver us from the evils of the present imbecile administration. Were it our object to eulogise; wo could not spoak in terms of too high praise of Judge Banks. Bui that is unnecessary, as our readers are all well acquainted with his character. They have heard and read of him, in his legislative ca pacity, they have seen an...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 March 1841

JEiu'iUiSOi j A.n lUia'oLLIOAN Gesaeral Harrison. The Washington correspondent of the New York Signal gives the fol lowing spirited account of the Presi dent and his worthy daughter-in-law: Gen. Harrison rises with the dawn, and frequently walks to Georgetown, or over half the city, before breakfast Occasionally, he surprises some of his old acquaintances with a particularly early call Once or twice a week he is met strolling through the market, Questioning the country people about the farms in the neighbourhood, their produce &c. He breakfasts at eight o'clock: but before that he has usually finished much of the labor of the day, and he has an hour afterward before the torrent of visiters pours in upon hirn. Mrs. Harrison, the widow of a de ceased son of the General, presides in the drawing-rooms at present. To personal attractions of a very high or der possessing a singularly fine form, and a face of uncommon sweet ness and beauty she adds manners distinguished equally by nati...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 March 1841

JEFKJKKSOMAN REPUBLICAN. THE CONSTITUTION. What is that we call the Constitution 1 The onstitution is evidently that which constitutes, nd that which constitutes is the blood. We. there- ore, know that the blood is the constitution, and hat a good or bad constitution is neither more nor ess than a good or bad state of the blood., There is no person who, having lost health, does not wish to have it restored. Use theh the proper means. Ex pel with Purgative Medicine all currupt humors from the body, and the blessing, Health, will be the certain result: for all pains or unpleasant feel ings proceed irom the presence of corrupt or vi tiated humors, which are the real cause of every disease, and therefore the only disease to which the human frame is subject, because they clog up the veins and arteries, and prevent the free circulation of the blood. Brandrcth's Vegetable Universal Pills cure this disease : because they remove the corrupt or vi tiated humors by the stomach and bowels, leav...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 April 1841

.! 4 v VOL. 2. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY' THEODORE SCBEOCET. TERMS. Two dollars per annum ui advance Two dollars and a quarter, half ycarl and if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their papers bv a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie tor, will'be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO" Advertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines), will be inserlcd three wceksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents for cverv subsequent insertion-, larger ones in proportion. A liberaldlsconut will be made to yearly advertisers. IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared to execute every des cription of la Cards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Blank Beeeipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER B&AjVKS, PAMPHLETS. &c. Printed with neatne...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 April 1841

.TEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Pa. April 7, 1841. Tcnns, S2.00 m advance; $2.25, naif yearly ; -and 2,50 if not! paui Deioic me cna oi uie year. FOR GOVERNOR. 3 OHiV BANKS, OF BERKS COUNT1. 5EATSI OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.' We copy the following painful intelligence from; tlio U. b. Gazette. His Excellency WILLIAM HENRY HARRI SON, the venerable President of the Nation breathed his last yesterday morning between twelve and one o'clock. We have now neither time nor ability to give vent to feelings which such a mournful event na turally excites. It is the first loss which the na tion has to morun of an actual President. Wash ington. Adams, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe survived their public services and passed away irom life in the midst of domestic retirement: J. y. Adams, Jackson and Van Buren yet alive. The venerable Harrison called late in life to the high duties of the Presidency, occupied the station on ly one month, from the fourth of March to the iourth of A...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 April 1841

From the Newark l)aily Advertiser. . Sentence of Robinson. The Prisoner was brought into Court on Thursday at 12 o'clock, M. by direction of the Bench to receive his sentence. Being asked by the Chief Juslice if he had any thing to say why the judgment of the law should not be pronounced against him, he answered in a low careless tone, " I have nothing to sav" The; Chief Justice then proceeded in a most feeling manner to address the Prisoner, as follows : Peter Robinson You stand before the Court cenvicted by the verdict of the jury of the mur- der of Abraham Suydam, in the first degree.; Have you aught to say other than what, by yourself and by your counsel, you have already said, why the Court should not proceeu 10 pro nounce judgment upon you 1 Prisoner. I have nothing to say. The Court resumed After a full, fair, and impartial trial, with a jury selected by yourself! out of a large number oi your lciiow citizens, and by the aid of efficient, honorable and able . i 1 . t i counse...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 7 April 1841

JEFFEKbONIAN REPUBLICAN. THE CONSTITUTION. CURING PRACTICE. rni - ... . vi j'uiiiinij tuu uuuy oypurg-i wnat is that we call the Constitution? The iig wim vcgciaoie piujstc is becoming more and tonstitution is evidently that which constitutes ore understood as the only sensible method bv and that which constitutes is the Mood. W. thnn. inch sound health can be established. Hun- fore know lhat tlie Mood is the constitution, and rods of individuals have become convinced of I this doctrine, and are daily acknowledging the practice to be the best ever discovered. Now is the unhealthy season when our bodies aro liable to be affected with disease; and now is the time the stale of the stomach and bowels ynre:- t-r - that a good or bad constitution is neither more nor less than a good or bad stale of the Hood. There is no person who, having lostheaith, does not wish to nae it restored. Use then the proper means. Ex pel with Purgative Medicine all currupt humors from the body, and the blessi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 April 1841

tfftKsont(m ttt 11 lh 1 i f iirtt The whole art of Government consists in the art op being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 2. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1841. No 8; PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCM. TERMS. Two dollars per annum m advance Two dollars and u quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their papers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprie tor, will be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. lEPAdvertisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three weeksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A libcraldisconut will be made to yearly advertisers. IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOM PRINTING-. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna menuii i ype, we arc prepared...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 April 1841

D MHHHMnHtXZnMHBBHBMHBMiiBBiBiiHHBBBSHHBni JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN troudslm, Pa. April 14, 1841. Terms, $2,00 tn advance; $2.25, naif yearly ; and $2,50 if not raid befoie the end of the year. FOR GOVERNOR. JOHN BANKS, OF BERKS COUNTY. For want of Foom we are compelled to defer ihe publication of the address of Judge Banks, as promised in our last. It shall appear next week. Bealh of tlie President. In our last we noticed the melancholy intelli gence of the death of Gen. William Henry Har rison, late Presidentof the United States. We had then no time for comment on the sad and unexpected news, and shall therefore take the present opportunity for making a few remarks upon the life and character of this great man. His life was one of pre-eminent usefulness lo his country. No man ever, perhaps, devoted more time and service to the nation than did Gen. Harrison, through his long and useful ca Teer. He was ever ready at her call, either to maintain her honour in the field, or to advocate...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 April 1841

JEFKEil.-bOM.VN KEi-'JlSLICAN I, i i 1 i composition of ihe Cabinet. Accounts of general dissatisfaction in the provinces were daily arriving at Madrid. Madrid papers of the 10th of March state that the Duke of Victory was so far recovered from his indisposition as to be able to attend at the deliberation of the Council of Regency on the 10th. The report of the prorogation of the Cortes to the 24th is without foundation. AUSTRIA. The Austrian Government, with e cone?1 of the Grand Duke, has just established a Cab inet noir in the capital of Tuscany. The Court of Vienna has calculated that by this means it may be informed of every thing that is passing in Europe. RUSSIA. . t ?o ihat the Russian government IS about to contract a new loan of 100,000,000 florae in the Duteh market, notwithstanding that Messrs. Hope have hitherto disposed of only 15,000,000 out ol the bU,UUU,UUU oi me previous loan. ITALY. Attempt on the Life of the Queen Dowager of Spain. Letters Irom Koran state .mat a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 April 1841

JE PFER SON IAN REPUBLICAN. CURING PRACTICE. The principle of purifying the body by purg- g with vegetable physic is becoming more and ore understood as the only sensible method by v hich sound health can be established. Hun dreds of individuals have become convinced of this doctrine, and are daily acknowledging the practice to be the best ever discovered. Now is the unhealthy season when our bodies are liable to be affected with disease; and now is the time the -state of the stomach and bowels should be attended to, because on the healthy slate of those organs depends the healthy state of the general system; and every one will see at once, if the general health be bad while that re mains, local disease cannot be cured. All the medicine that is requisite to restore the body to a state of health is Brandreth's Veg etable Universal Pills, which have performed cures upon thousands of helpless and hopeless persons, after the usual scientific skill of phy sicians have consoled them whh t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 April 1841

9 F I eftowttwtt ,...,.. . The whole art ok Government consists in the .art of being honest. Jefferson. VOL. 2. STROtJDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1841, Novo: .... i ujTOinTjrrj!in-i.. i - . . . . " " : . .- - ! ' i 'urn PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY T2IEOBOKE SCHOCIJ. a quarter, half yearly. aim n iam uciurc uic cim 01 year Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their 1 earner or stage unvors emnioyeu uy inc pronrie- TERMS. Two dollars per annum m advance Two dollars and the luinnrs liv nr vHU hn ..iiursrcd 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra, No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at uic option 01 iu liunu.. n-pifivprti.cmewts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will be inserted three wceksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents fnr rnrv subsequent insertion : larger ones in proportion, a libcraldisconut will be made to yearly advertisers. IOAll letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large elegant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 April 1841

dignified and lofty republican equality which lorms the broad and strong foundations of all t ur institutions. This being the avowed object nd direct tendency oi your society, it cannot I e fostered with too much care and tenderness, nor can you as members, be too zealous and punctual in your attendance to its various exer ciaes. I have thus briefly glanced at some of the leading objects, as well as the advantages of your socieiy. I have no doubt you already per ceive and duly appreciate their importance Whatever tends to improve the intellect and enlarge the stock ol knowledge among our cm zens, is a. mattor of great public concern. Each one of you, and each one of this entire commu nity has a deep interest in it. Then for the sake of the country, let no one neglect mental improvement. The wise political institutions of the country, with which our citizens are so signally blessed, enforce this duty upon all. Their relative duties to the country are many, and of tho highest importan...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 April 1841

J Li v v i . i o A 1 A III a I i'j j ALA Ts nhnnt In nnt the kev in the lock of the aim - - - j handcuffs, when Peter said Mr. Cowenhoven vou have not got the right key, you will have to get the other key. Another was brought, and the handcuffs were taken off. A largo white muslin dress was then put on him reach ing down to his feet. A white cap was also placed on his head. He asked to shake hands with all in the cell before his hands were tied, ' which he did. He shook hands with the jailor and said, "I hope God will bless you and your family, for you have treated mo liko a father. His hands were then tied by a rope to his sides, and at exactly 23 minutes past 10 o'clock pre ceded by a clergyman, and walking between the Sheriff and the Jailor, he passed through the main passage ol the prison on to the scaf fold. The rope was then adjusted on his nocei, and instantly, without speaking a word, tho Sheriff with" a hatchet cut the rope Uf which the weights were attached, when they fell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 April 1841

JEFi'IisuA'iAN Republican. CURING PRACTICE The principle of purifying the body by purg ; with vegetable physic is becoming more and i ere undorstood as the only sensible method by r Inch sound health can be established. Hun r reds of individuals have become convinced of ihis doctrine, and are daily acknowledging the practice to be the best ever discovered. Now is the unhealthy season when our bodies are liable to be affected with disease; and now is the time the state of the stomach and bowels should be attended to, because on the healthy slate of those organs depends the healthy state of the general system; and every one will see at once, if the general health be bad while that re mains, local disease cannot be cured. All the medicine that is requisite to restore the body to a state of health is Brandreth's Veg etable Universal Pills, which have performed cures upon thousands of helpless and hopeless persons, after the usual scientific skill of phy sicians have consoled them with t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 April 1841

a w m m i in i m m m i i r .. J ffttVJffM3BlHg"e"HM""i The whole art of Government consists in the jrt 6f REfNG honest. Jefferson. VOL. 2 . - . V. . hiiiiii... i ww i in mi. i 1. 1 1 1 uwr n n aiii n aa n , n iiiiniii5aawMgge3geBmTSSt3aCTiiiiULJLimgBgaBij-mi u m inn i 1 1 1 im i urn gnsm mil I ibBMg B SB i iiiMjauiirMiiiii i t Tn'TawigHMifiBiti mini 11 rriii mja PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCJUOCM. TP.nvs t,- ,iniirs ner annum m advance Two dollars aud,a quarter, half yearly, -uio ii -am ram oeiore inc ena 01 thSfyear, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their at the option of the Editor. XO dvertisemcaits not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) will h inverted three weeksfor one dollar . twenty-five cents fnr nrnn- iibscauent insertion : larcer ones in proportion. A libcraldisconut will be made to yearly advertisers. 27a11 letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING-. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental lype, we are pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 28 April 1841

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Pa. April 28, 1841. Terms, $2,00 in advance; $2.25, naif yearly : and $2,50 if not paw beioic me cna oi me year. FOR GOVERNOR. JOHN BANKS, OF BERKS COUXTY. The Request and the Response. "Sir I wish you to understand the true PRINCIPLES OF THE GOVERNMENT. I WISH THEM CARRIED OUT. I ASK NOTHING MORE." The last words of GEN. HARRISON. " i am in favor, of the distribution of the proceeds of the sales of the public lands among the states, and in favor of raising the revenue by duties on imports in opposition to a resort to a system of direct taxation. i shall promptly give my sanction to any constitutional measure which, originating in Congress, shall have for its object the restoration of a sound circulating medi vm, so essentially necessary to give con fidence in all the transactions of life, to secure to industry its just and ade quate rewards, and to re-establish the PUBLIC PROSPERITY. JOHN TYLER. Appointments Iy the Presi...

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