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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1858

.. . - , ' .,; vi in ' ' " . Hiri i. 1 i -4 J i at- . . r . v . . ' . ' j - J ' ' 1 ", ' . . " ' ' . ft, i ''' '" . 4 . - ;.s " 'J 'l ! V ' '. " r ; j ;-. ' t . ' , '- - - "'""MMMl''"MM'il 1 i ' i i - : v. ' - - - Trf W eekly , per annum" ' . $S 00 Weekly, per annnm ' ? ?? One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies n. for ne .year' w nce 5 00 iZe." ' .! J'". Tri-Weelclj-, or Weekly Is tobe ?oliPilta a'IV""co " .osebd tu UD-"ber tu.mt order, otherwise it will be continued .tour opt.on, ,,til paid fr and sto ped Remitttuwe. by mail, la registered" letters, at our ' 11 . ' " " I 11 t -T ... 1 ' m. " - & mi iA n fl . ' " - - . " m WW PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP, & CO., XO. 16 DEADEEICK STREET. VOL. XXI jTASHVIELE, TEM., TIIUESDAY; APEtt 1, 1858. eiHisfeUanroiis. llnn-ljork. Eeiy. F. Shields Sales. t-ltNML:!, CAJU-tXUiuS. ix., every Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. 'J'"" ' T? E;1-"-11 Aoctioii Salet or Dry Good, Oothingand O.. VarWUes, each Wednesday od ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1858

v i 7 iljoille patriot. ;-JLT S8 : TBI-"WEEX1Y t5 : VHUT $3. SHIITU, CAMP 4c CO,, - ...... norni'-iuM. HY. SMITH, Editors. IRA P. JONES, J Office, No. 16, Ptdfritfc ftreet. ' THURSDAY. ....APBIL 1, 1858. fh Decadence of tlie Democratic The law of retributive Justice is certain. Fortune geperall j lengthens the career of the " :- felon till bin evil example becomes a terror, and his life can be appropriately eloted in In famy. As this is true In the moral, to it I about to be verified In the political worll. The democratic party is about to Income a striking and powerful illustration. To rr count its sius separately and in detail would b3 but the seried repetition of matter, familiar y as household words. We have ppont many . years -each containing dixtinct jrrins of dis ' aster to the country in honest lut too often Unavailing endeavors to warn the patriotic peo- pie against the evil tendencies of democracy, -as understood and practiced within these years. We have neither the breath...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1858

i i. Tll , u itt iiitifc.i.iliin'i rMi R rJArSHYILLE: THURSDAY 1I02HTNO,. APSIL 1, 1858. r . jJsy.TVe received by, yesterday morning's "'mail, Saa Francisco (Cal.) papers of he 6th March- -, This is the quickest time ever made ly a California pap-r mail to this place. , sa :. ' Thb Theatre. The perFonation f Lady X Macbtth last night, by Mias Cchhmax, was such as we expected to see. .We have no idea that there is any actrera living who can give a more magniOcent tmbod'mcnt of this charac - ter than Mies C. In it we have a perfect con .,, - caption and execution of what we are to sup pose the Poet had " in the mind's eye" when be wrote. We content ourselves with saying this much, for whoever can do as much has certainly reached the highest round of dramat - ic fame. To-night Miss C. appears as Jfeg Merriliet in the play of . Guy Mannaring. Whoi-ver has . read Scott's novel of this name, or desires to ' see Mbs C.ia her very greatest character, will be present. " Marriage Extragrmxabt...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 1 April 1858

u.. .st -j.'-fc-atjtcja'-'M,. '.. at ;?s?atem?,irmsfi ,i ni j i-g-ej-. jest. jEinrrw'ttlL ,.;.a.! J i r V A f - t 1 ; -prngjiists. A L- j nsnranrfe : j r r fl n 5 p 0 rt a t i a n;-r CM r T" " r ' ' tj CoTcrnmcnt of the United Stales- . p sajasssa i, (J ""' . fThe Execntlre. ,. Jxirrj BrauiVAW.oC P-,Void ofA V. Sato. -Josur C, Bxcaacranxiit, of a"y., rce Pmideni. . W ft. ' ft. A .. . . ' nmrrtl. Cfim, of G-rgl Seerdary if the' Trtnmry. ISA4CTrcrr, of Connecticut, fiecrrtary of te JVdy. c ."2 Jni B. Fim, of Virginia, Seerettrrj of War. Jmatuw H. Bute, of Penn., Attorney General. Jacob TBOnmoir, of Mini., SerrrUtry of th tnteriw. "Ajuujjr V. Brow!, of Tenn., Pottmntter General. FXtie Jndlelary. . , -. p -PCPREME COURT Or THE CNITET PTATE8. 'ITwnnrR. TiWirr, of Maryland, Chief Justice. - Jew McIjus. of Ohio, Associate Justice. JawikW. Watt, of Georgia, ; ' ' Jotrv A. Camtwhx, of Ala., " . " " Jom CAntm, of Tennessee, ' ' Trmt V. D-xim, of Virginia, " " t jurm. Nht-os, of New York, " Bo...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 April 1858

' v )' - i V f i.:X-J. '-".'jt irri TgiaiTT"'iiriiT-ifiri'gJ ' a-r .7V'--"-- : Itnsljmllf pritnot. "Si ' OF ADVKItTISUVG. f. . . , , ; 1 -. . : p - x J - - v - s t ... : ' - 1 r ( TKS rsn OB LESS TO COSBIIltlt A dQT-RC ) Ods -quara 1 day. ( J W each ad 'al insertion - . " " 1 week, u O each addifal sjotrt lit' " " 2 weeks, 4 60 - " - -J M, mouth, oo " " ICO " mouths 0 00 r .In ' a 4 (o t 12 00 - " t0 " " S " 18 00 " " " " 0 " u 12 " ' 16 00 '. M '. ' 4 10 CO EzxcwsKut st rtttsrrs. . One Square, one year, JG each addtt eral square S0 Writum notics must be given to taka ant and stop ad vertisements of yearly auverttsers before tba year ptres, otherwise we shall charge till done. No ooeirs-t '4 yearly advert roents will ba disccn- -tiitt :.oit preVMMiS notice to cs, nor will any chajgs -be made for leas than one year si the yearly isU-s. s- AdTertisen exceeding' the space contract ed forwill be charged for the exceM. tr I' J II r TERIISt. Daily, per annum, . :.... $8 00 Tri-weesly, per...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 April 1858

i i i tl0!?i)uille potrtot. SAILT $8 : TEI-"WEZ2Y $5 : WEEKLY 3. 8BI1TH, CAMP & CO., - . .. fturnmoM. ' .. W.HY. SMITH, rjit,,. IRA P. JONES, Offltt, WO. lte, Dedericlt Street. LIDAT, -APRIL 2, 1858. The Ktnm BUI. It 1 generally conceded that the opposition will snpport Mr. Crittenden 'e substitute. Some Republicans will rote for it an the bt weapon at band with which today the Administration and thus comp-l a peace in KanRas. It gives the people of Kansas the power, under their present legislature, to crush out Lecorapton. But for this they could not be justified in vot ing for it Those who are here, as the repre sentatives of the people of Kansao, any that they will be satisfied with it, and will hold themselves responsible to make Kansas a free State under it. They would prefer something better, but if by this substitute they can pre vent blfodshed and civil war. and secure free dom to Kansas, they are willing to take it. Republicans can vote for it under protest, with this e...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 April 1858

NASHVILLE: FRIDAY MOEirarO,. AFBIL 2, 1858. jgf We are indebted to the clerk of the B. M. Runyan for St Louis papers of the sounflt. ; '. Joss A. McEwejj, Esq.-'VVe were glad to meet yesterday our worthy Mayor .John A.McEwen, who has been spending a few weeks ia Arkan sas for the benefit of his health. We are hap py to state that bis health has much improved He enters immediately upon the duties of bis office.- , Lea &. Perrixs' Worcestershire Sapce. In soap, gravy, drawn butter, or any prrpara tion of this description, a few drops of Lea & Periins' Worcestershire Sauce gives a most de licious zest, a tone and finish which renders this condiment desirable on the breakfast, luncheon, dinner and supper table. Be care ful to obtain the genuine. Sold by retract able grocers and druggists generally. Sole agents for the United Stat s, Messrs. Johx Dcxcan Sons, 405 Broadway, New-York. Crisp's Gaieti. The personation of the Gipsey Queen, last night by Miss Cushmax was a remarkable p...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 2 April 1858

9 I. as-... t Dirtrtnri); ; ; . QEinrinnati. .-gnsuianti. CrflnspDrlatini iiu j Government of the United SateS- TUe Execnllre.; i -Jakcs Brc-AAf , of r..,Prmilcnt if their. Stale. Joss C BBKXXxmocx, f Ey.;, Fi- iywidcnl. j -' ; .Tbe Cabinet. LrrTS CaS", of Mcbiran , Secretary rf a.'.J , , . - . H'vwra.i. Com, of Georgia, Secretary if (he Trearury. TsaaC Torcrr, of Connecticut. Serrrlanj rfthe iYary. Jim V.TLirrr;c,Xii&, Secretary f ITar,. JtntinruH H. Black, of Penn., AKiwiuy General. -Jacob Thomhww, of Miss., SerrHarynf the fntrriar. Aaro-c V. Browx, of Tenn., Peetmuuter General , ; rxhe Judiciary. - ---. . -5TPREME COCBT OF THE. rJTET FT.ATES.. . Romr R, TAn-r, of Maryland, Oik Jnatira. ; Jain SIcTjl of Ohm, ' Associate Justice. " 1 " Jaws M. Wattt, of Georpla, . JoiftA. CaupbWT., of Ala., " Jntrt Cathoic, of TntnMW., rrrm V. PAxntt.'of VirKfnla, .j-TT-rX-ri-'o-r, of New York, " Rom-wrC. Girmt.of Penn. " " NVw.t- rYrmtar., of Maine, '" " ' .'" The slirT of the President is $"5...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 April 1858

t A J UasljDillc; Jlntriat. ItATES OF ADVJUITIS11VO r . "l - ' ; - i . : fnt tnom ea us to ooasnutu a air aw. i - On bquar 1 day, $ 1 00 aach ad'al tnrtooa I ' ' " - 1 week, a 00 eachadd.t alSAiUar l aw M aa - , wnki, w - - - J a --'TisnMSi " Daily, prr annum, - 9S 00 Tri-Weekly4 per sannm, . ..-;.... . 6 00 Weekly, per annum, .v.. '....... 3 00 ' On Weekly lor two years, or two Weeklies " tor one year, in advance, . . 00 When tiie laily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly la to be discontinued (paid la advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until paid for and stopped. If not paid, It must be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party in good, it will be sent until paid. " month, Wr , " 1 months 00 " ; o , ' 4 M b -- P0 10 o u i u 12 eo " " . " . 18 00 ' " II - 24 00 4 y "i BaxrwaaLS at nXAsrxa. PUBLISHED DAILY,1 TIIIAVEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SM1TII, CAMP, & CO., K0. 16 DEADERICK STREET. On Sqnar, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 April 1858

Hasl)mllcPatriot; - . - DAILY $8 : TBI-WEXX1Y IS : WEEKLY $3. - siriixir, camp dc co.' "- ' rxonrrnrs. W. HT. SMITH,! ' IRA P. JONES. J ,torfc ' Office, Io. 16, Dcaderlck Street. SATTJBDAY, :..APSIL 3, 1858. Mr. Sewtrd'n Speech. We this morning commence the publication of the epeech of William II.Sewabd. of New York, delivered in the UniUd States Senate, March 3rd, on the admission of Kansas into the Union. . We are induce d to make this publication, because of the well-known hos tility t of the speaker to the institution of riavery, his superiority over all his political friends as a party leader, and in order to ac quaint the South with the purpow s and de signs of her enemies, as well as to show the grounds upon which the black republican party oppose the admission ol Kansas into "-the Union. Unquestionably Mr. Sewakd is by far the ablest politician in the lead of the freesoil party. He has- shaped his cours with a deeper deliberation and caution, and with an eye more intently fi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 April 1858

t 1 ""1 re- - J NASH VI L LE: SATUEDAY MOEUIHrO,. APKIL 3, 1858. Prot W. K. Pendleton will preach in the Christian Chapel, oq Spring street, to-night at half-past 7 o'clock. Jl&r President' Alexander Campbell will preach in the Christian Chapel, on Spring street, on Lord's day morning, at 10 o'clock. The regular monthly meeting for the dipposal of the funds of the Nashville Build ing Association, takes place to-night, at the Mechanic's Institute. S'We learn from the Memphis Appeal that Moses White, Esq., of Knoxville, contem plates becoming a cititzen of Memphin. Our sinter city is drawing upon all the State for an accumulation of talent and worth. She is for tunate. Extra Family FLorR. Luvergne JLIU. We are indebted to Mr. J. V. Biudweix, of La vergne, for sample of extra family flour, the product of his mill.-'. We Lave never seen a superior article. If Mr. U. intend to con tinue the manufacture of such su it, his mills are bound to become famous. Such Hour will bring the high...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 3 April 1858

n m prfrfnrt). Ctnnnnatie Crqnsportatinno Government of the Uoited States- - . - ' The Executive. JiHg Dccmx-is, of r.,Prmiea f ft V. Btata : Joas C. Bbsckxxhdgb, of Ky., Ftce iVeadent ' The Cabinet. Lrww Cash, of Michigan, Secretary tf Hate. Howtbx Con",' of Georgia , Fteretary ef the Treantrg. Isa.C Tor err, of Connecticut. Secretary if e A'aey. Johx B. Flovb, of Virginia, Secretary ef War. JzRZMija H. Bi-ACx, of Peon., Atom General. 3 term fnoirrsnjr, at Minn., Secretary rfthe Tnferinr. aaao V. Bbowh, of Tenn. , Ptatnxaster General. f tr 1 ' JTliw Judiciary. FCPREME COT7RT OP THE UVITFT STATES. Fnmm P. Tjuttt, f Maryland. Chief Justice. Jowv McLmx, of Ohio, Associate Just ice. Javhi M. Wainr, of Georgia, " Jwrv A. Cawnnni., of Ala., " " Jnwv Ctww, of Tennessee, " " PmwV. Pitt,of Ylrirlnla. " awntt Vjtjw, of New York, " RonrrrC. Omfh, of Penn., " " yarn. Currmrn, of Maine, " " The saiary of the President In ?5.000 per mnrai tit "T the Vire President .non. Each member of the Cnhine...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 April 1858

K !f z RATKS F ADViHtTISliV. r . -j . m i r-j (7T U5BS OK US TO OOXSI1IT1B BQCABX. J Da. square 1 osy. $ 1 00 oachad'aitosertioa t -. 1 week, . 1 00 eachaad t aiStruar 1 M " S weeks, 4 SO " " " 2 P0 -.-.. mocth, j oa. " -. . 44 jo ... i miaiiUm 9 00 - - ,t4 - - i . - -jj oo ' --- 4 be " " ( -.- 18 00 - a - - g 0 " t It, " 00 10 00 " ' " ksTrwasia at- timjlKvt.x. One Sqnare, one rear, 830 each addit-ooal aqoara fit Written notice must be f !tcd to take out and stop ad rertiscnieuu of yearly aiivertiseis before tha year ex Hrx, otherwise wo shall char p. till done. No contra. of reortT advertiseraetiu will be diacoa- r? ' " i - '- 1 TER 718 t raily, per annum, . oo fTri-VcckJy, per annum, ( 00 vVTeefcIy, per annum,.. t.. ........ .r 3 00 , One Weekly lor two years, or two Weeklies . for one year, tn advance, ...... : i 00 When tbe Faily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly In to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise tt will be " continued...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 April 1858

;il05!)mUef ntriot: 'DAILY $8: TEI-WEEKlT tfi : "WEEKLY t3. 831 ITU, CAMP k CO., rsoranrroit. r IRA P. JOW Office, Wo. 16, Peaderlck flwrt. MOOT) AT,.... ..APEIL 6, 1838. Bocxd.vbt Dispute. From the Arkanpas papi-r we 1 fira that a singular boundary dia- - p its has occurred between the State of Ar kancas, the Choctaw nation and the United States (roremmt-nt, relative to the western I line of Arkansas. The boundary was fixed t by the act of 1836 admitting tbr State into ' tht Union, and waa then purveyed and mark ed. A considerable population hu Kcttlc-d on the land near the line. Recently, from some unexplained reason, commissioners were ap- pointed by the Choctaws, the State of Arkan sas and the United States to run the line anew, and the United States Surveyor has made it oat about eight wiles east of the old - ue, thus leaTing a large numWr of settlers in the Choctaw nation- The latter, not wish- - i.ig to become Choctaws, have r-.tiK.-d such a disturbance that the adminictratio...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 April 1858

1 i s i v i 4 A --' .e:. V'. NASHVILLE: - MONDAY MOB-TINO,. i i i ..I - -APBIL 8, 1858. 4S By reference to our advertising col umn, it will btscca that B. F. Suield sells on '' Tuesday mornin;;,Ajril 6th, the cniire balance - of the goods eavtd frum the wreck of the f - Mabie's Managerie and Circus, will be here and exhibit on Friday and Saturdiy next. The tim.' of their btny " cannot positively be - extendiid." The music cL-partmx'nt will be " drawn through the city by atrio of amateur tl .-pliant. " " ' Jy There ia an alley a this city wh'ch It is not ind corona, to eay connects Union and Dead.rick and rival "fim-d Cologne ' in the raitt-r of odora. At mid-day it send up thrti-nnd-eventy stenchw, euc'.i dixtinct and will-defined." By name.it is Black Iloffe Alley. " 3J"0ur friend. M. S. Coyiw. is the manager of an excellent Livery Stable, on Church street, just b. low the Post Office. Who pre fers the vehicular or equestrian to the pede triai, can always gratify that preference by...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 April 1858

1 1 J if rTfuTk- "rrt't -r'-t?''--''-V'-1-y VVHi-! .tiV-Tlg VrtilT hVVk'ft ft"- l' 8 Pirrcfori). vJao!0;sijdf5;fe? 1 E ra 115 p n r t a 1 fan. --nsnranreo- 4 Government of the United States- '"- 5 ; ' . The Executive. ' ' ' , Jam BrcaAXAW, of ?.,Preridtnt rftiie V. State Jams C. BRsaocnaDOK, of Ky., Tic President. ' , Tb Cabinet." . Lewi Ca, of Michigan , Secretary if Stole. Howku. Cow, of Georgia, Secretary qf the Trmmrg. "3 IflAACTorrrr, of Connecticnt. Seerrinry of th. Kam. Johx B. FtnTD, of Virginia, Secretary af War. Jkrcmtji H. Black, of renn., AtUmry General. " Jacob THOirrsojt, of Mis., Secretary fifth fnlerinr. Aakox V. Brows, of Trim., Pottmtuter General. . . TTne Jndlrlary. eXTREME COURT .OF TTTE CNTTEn FTATES. ' Roc P. Tajtet, of Maryland. Chief Jnet-ce. -.; ' Join McLfas. of Ohio, Associate Justice. Jaw M. WAT, of Georgia, " " JoirfA.CAifnmi, or Ala., " " Joirr Cat", of Tennessee, " " Tttkk V. Pito, of Virginia, " " p, Pahtm. Vetww, of Kew YorV, " " RihwrtC. 0tw, of Ten...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 April 1858

One baiuare 1 day, 1 00 each ad'al inseiuon i- If " " 1 week, - a 00 each addit'al Sajoaie 7 aa aa . . 1 ta . ava , oa TERMS t J laily, per snnura, ....... " motilii. 00 ' " " " S 00 " 1 awuiihs t 00 ' " " " 4 60 u t m 12 00 ' " it. 44 " a. " . IS 00 ' 'r- " I CO 44 44 12 aa v O0 41. . .4. 44 10 00 aayawABu ar rtiAsrax. On. fuare, en. year, aacancb adat ar al sqwr f 1 Written notice must b. given to take Oct and atop eat-veroaa-mente f yearly aarertiaers barf ore tba year ex pires, aather w uve we shall charge till done. . . XueoatraaHnf yearly adverbsemecu will be diao a-nin-d "joui vreTious naXlce to us, nor will any chaiga h made for la- than on. year at the yearly rates. Advertisers exceeding the space contract Tri-ekly. per annum, & oo 1 Weekly, pur annom, 3 00 One Weekly for two ywua, or two Weekla-a . for one year, in advance, ..... 5 00 Wheu the J ally, T.I-Weekly, or Weekly la b be discontinued (paid hi advance at the I me subscribed for), the subscriber must 4arder, ot...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 April 1858

1 V 4 DAILY tS : TElVWEEXLT t5 : $3. i SMITH, CAWP CO., " rnorrairroita '' . 1r- i ft t: t'v . W.HY. SMITH,! Office, No. 16, Deadertck Street. .TOBSTjAT, APRIL 6, 1858. ' Mr. Seward'a Speech. , Tb. concluding portion of Mr. Seward's " speech against the admiion of Kansas as a tlare State, will be found in our columns this moralng. We have given currency to the p-ec!i of this arch enemy of Southern Ineti- tutionn, with a view to enable our readers to for n a correct judgmnnt as to the real cauf e ,'f the oppition, amonjrst black republicans. to the Lecompton constitution. Whatever may be said of alleged frauds and irregulari ties, in the measures incident to the formation t of the said constitution, it requires no gift of second sight to detect in this speech the fell purpose of Mr. Seward and bis Mack repub lican brethren.-to prevent the ndraiwion of jtny more slave States into the Union. But the war is not to be confined to opposition to . the admission of slave States. In the Dred...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 April 1858

NASHVILLE: TTTEsPA-i MOEimro,. ........ Aran, e. ms. ,st DatI'of Henry nancy, f la recording the death of IIe.nbt Maxet, E., ire are performing a most UBgratt-ful task. We have known him intimately, ia all the rclations'of life, from boyhood, and in him as few faults as could well be predicated of humanity. We trod with him the flowery paths of fchool life, when young life was maying, and hope was forming itts joying nrnmisi- nf a bright maiih od. He then did- L tinguisbi d himself fur fine inttlkctaal powers, t ana a nouie ami unneuiMj raimiwij. nu.u drew to him the respect and affection of his companions. From the College he made an excursion to Europe, and the Orient, whence, from ; actual view of the ancient classic grounds, and the swollen tide of modern com merce and enterprise, he returned with a thorough education further polWied, an in tellect expand d, and a general knowledge of the institution!), habit, manners and busincwes of the world. With these advantages he commence...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 April 1858

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Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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