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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

: THE MllRItETS.1 CJlttBECTItDJ WEEKLY TO H THE frKortli's AUVJlCATE-; - | ' NE\jf YORK,.Alio. 17. |fi46. Wheat floni, per barrel: $4,13}<sl 4,15 Bjyc do: do" 2,50 /3 t>,75 Corn meal ' do - 2,62 'is 3,00 Wheat, per; bushel ; n,30 <a 0,95 %e, do 0,67 -S 0,69 Corn |do ~ ;, 0,60 <ck 0,65 Barley, jlo o^!4 M ft,32 Opl«. flo 0,31 <Sj 0,32 Wax, perllj. Americani i 0,03 W O.BSJ Tallow, pe^ lb. renderedj i 0,07 <a 0.07 Butter per lb. Orange ci ii ' 0,15 fy 0,17 ! do ! western < airy, * 0,10 ^ &,12 Cheese, per lb. \ Q,ofi (gi lo,07 Beef, per bhrrel.'niess, • ; 6,50 <S ir.OO \ dq prime, i -4,50 §5,00, ^ork, per barrel, mess, .., 9,871-Jf 110,00 . do prime, | 7,874^ 8,00 Iiard,perj3. • 0,05^0,07 Hams per lb. smoked 0,05® 0,08 Eeathera pfer lb. live go se ' | 0,25 <& ;0,30 Ox horns, 6er hnndred, , ¦ - 8,00 ^,12,00 Cow 1 do 2,00 <S !3,00 Amcncan iSrool, per Hi. raion 0,32 0 !0,34 ¦ do ;. full blood Merino ...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

t^bucrygqt^cntg. | i T . j; NOTICp. ^~ : PERSONS indebted to the subscriber, bjr Note or BcR)k, for more' than ojie year stand n;g,' are requested ib call and tittle, without fartheS notice, as circumstances requir; the immediate atte ition to those old flatters. V ' B. SAi'EE. - ''August | 8, '46. . ¦ j T ' 1 p!ork ^jvd[beef. I 4 FEAVJ Barrels of a; me quality, for sale |>y f I BHNJ. SAYBB. | August |8lh, '46. I - V ' C ALT by the half dox sn barrels—11,44 pel oarrel;- Ip'by. I . ¦ j B..8AXpB<—A GENERAL Assort! lent (together with tibje vuri-¦ rx ous triinmings) of t be latest improved Rtents, both for Cooking and Parlor, at reduced prteer, by f \ . - | . B. 8Jy|RE. LOATHE! I & SHOES. A GOOD Assortment kept en hand, (prices ex-**¦ tremejly low for the ready pay',) by | i I ™ P B. SAYRE: " i pif i 4 1 " ' '" THE Publisher's of Ithe People's Advocate, having the use of an entirely new and mojlem as- . sortmentof JOB TYPEJareno«[ prepared to tlecute, in a nea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

¦ :¦¦ BEMOCBATIC REVIBWi ^EA^LY^REDU^p^Ite ;« :. ?»^sricrrB.i;o>?TiiE-HiaEyi!i»i. -VMirlirfr, -i^ A Yciix^u.JBqw elapsed sinbo thopricetof.lbv Democranc h^j^ ^ ^^ ^m?|s^ jgT lnu^uctioiijvaanUKle with the vjowWyniAs mS ^r^geof ito iisefuhi^,^ pfegii! w«h& the meansi of ^ aumbera fe wh^ti^fdrnOT-lpricg was an objectn^VTbA-snece^ if ¦ theexSbieSt deMndeanpon^arigid ^eran&jtb;tha«&bhtf; H0O -°^^r^?^7^M'an4»«qp»r mer »n»*trftft,present-Tow pe: ;? tfife^«ot counef.dependjonuwi pnnctnn™rvivi*+ &W SK-^'fe terms arc connaied, with oCTKrfoiiMl ; . Ingra^f^a^wHsenientjcif ^ ™%,?C.%PP^. »StWeU;ai nxmi S^e^jS of the importance td the conukiy of a dpE n3t .holding tlitf^nW<|&tho- ''T)Ftocrn'iic; SeW^ ;wenre.entermgiuponJ the mostfcitensjiveandcMtii ! arrangemente;tofnici«b8 its nselulness at'ImnSf j raise itadigmtynbroadi;pnr'effdkat6-=ims LmdS lend havp Only.lately besauj and]^mbrace.*tffW4£i range as toreqmretifae'for th$r acoomidiAmentT j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

-i: 'Vl^f^^-TOtKAM^lOE EOAD. ] ! rfitWrf T<? S? 1S J 0yer", , The^Commissioners^n their wisdoifr, after a thorough vsur^ey of the ^^^^y^'^J^a"entiVely list*ned t0 ^e-a gnments of their°re8peS advc ! SJ^^MSf6 ?01, H f ^e ?' °T *™^™*r H Tllis welcomeiintdience was SSvJS V..[ l I6™ TL ft,S ^re P°rted ^hc sfo<* of hat company materfall^adranced •KwJrt?^ importolt to, and decisive of the future ptSusfv?15S F°%?' Jhe P?? wil1.' bfy°nd doubt'be ^eedi,J' ?ut under ^ontr^ ™* «- SS^^rt^1 ?^ Weundersin^that itisthe detern nB ation of the Company to finish and put in 1SS^fT «ne ?°m Plernlon« to Dunkirk, within three 7>3an from this da^e. *his event Slduren^rSt he Ie°Ple of S«sq|ehanna, as it will secure a ready and favorable market for their produce, and place them near to thtj great Atlantic city of tVEmpire State. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

Ve have of 4 — i Lake Commerce. ^ received* copy n,letter write| by James E. Barton to the Hon. Robeit M|Clelland, on the subject of the commerce oni the great western lakes. Mr. Bartcn sts|tes that the steamerWalk-in-ther'Water \v: is the first steam craft on Lake-Erie. In tlie ye^ir 1819 she made a tripe toiMaekraa^ fbfthe American Fur Company. Mackinaw, at|that time,, was the extreme point o\ westefn navigation, and it remained so'until 1£P6. Then another steamer went qpcrj Lake Michigan. The vast increase^ uf cbinmerce and navigation in that region is only adequate to the actual requiremen a caused by the growth of the population. Jn Mj. Barton's letter we find tlib followitg tofele. It is illustrative of tho nunibcr at d condition of tlie craft now navigating tlie lakes above Niagara: Steamboats,... 52......20,500 tans. Propellers 8 2,500 ••' Brigs 50 11,000 " gchooncrs, 270 -15,000 " i 3S0 /IJ.QOQ I Costofconstrucdon, $4,600,000 I % |VIr. B.'estimates the value of' com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

¦ Recripts for de Peoflet' idvoeiie, - r or tnewees; ending-Anpirt 20,1840J;: > H. A. & W.-BrDeans, f . feflid Pays n| No. 54 Alanion.GliaUter, /.J . . 1 1,00^, "; I f .:5!? Zcbalqn Knksleo, 3 ,1,0JB " .p I" ,-25 FrdnklinDond; \.'," ; I 1,00 : 'M "I.f 52 Wm. Lbnnergnn,'- '.- \ •¦ ',v: ' i;flfo ' - "i § »'- "^2 f.W.;Hok : , ' l,m "i?'58 John Simpipn, J . j 1,00 '.' I " 52 ¦ jL-W-Gravi "I " i 1,00' "J" 52 ». CadwelL .- I j i^o " 'I " 52 3. W. Breid, -'¦) - | 1,00" " |¦ ¦'" "52 Bznj Eico, , . ij . j liQ0 «:!| « & Batnckeriffin, - ] ! 1,00 '.'1" 52 Thomas Hiwley, i ! 1,00 '"*,tp 52 B. 8. Bentley, r 1,00 ~ '¦ f ** 52 JonagSmitti, 11,00 v '• S ?" 53 Harvfiv. K^i^li l.nn is ti tl efl iiarvey fc.ctecn , • JjOO » Ij ?¦ 52 , ,. , . ,. A.A-BeeuW f ...?\flo ' " SI' -52 Peter Decker, : 1,00 "' S t* 52 0.B. yau^bn, f #0 » M- 26 EodnoyJe^ett, r 1,00 ". I tV "52 John H. Gteeu, ' p ' • ¦ 1,00 '¦<¦ J f' 61 fvicholas Weaver, B 1,00 '' | ',' 62 Wm.X. Btfebe, j 1,00...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

Ey The other diy a friend banded us a sheet of paper,; brown with age, and apparently ai fugitive from sonie. thoughtful student's drawer, frorn,\ybjcU we extract the fdllowing..lm.es, and, as the' Bazor Strop- man says, there aro " a few more left of tho aamesort:" • r-. . .-,,'- When I meet witS'n heart to which feeding is dear; And think on the Vforld where by fortune 'us cast; -. The love, that I bear it is clouded with fear, ij For that heart when, oppress'd by adversity's blast! •¦ As a beautiful snoW-drop thatrcars Ha meek forn*,' When around it, all ruthless, the winter winds blow"; Too tendjer for hardship, must die by tho storm; Sothehe^thathasfe eliiigwideinkbencathwoe.: , But, ifkeqn are its sorrows, its pleasures are high—They aro social and pure, nor to selfishness known ; To relieve the dfetresa'd, and the tear-ilTbpto dry, With the union of souls—these are sweetly its own. And should such apieart, by thatPower who can save, Have the tomb, as a refuge from cruelty, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

THE THREE ADVICES. SMMMS^^^MMM^SMWWSlSMMMMMWWWWMMWSliM—» MisceUcinn. AS IRISH JIOHAL TALE. ' .' The storiesfcurrent among the Irish peasantry, lare not; very remarkable for the inculcation of any moral lesson, although numberless, are the, legends related by pious and "good; people,1' of the saints and faries. The ' following tale- of the Three Advices is the only oiie -of a moral' charactar which I remember to'hate heard. It was told tome by a professional stony-teller, whose diction I have endeavored to preserve, although his sobriquet of " Paddrcen Trelagh " or Paddy the- Vagabond^ from his wandering life, was not a particularly appropriate title for & moralist. The tple is certainly very ancient, and has probaly found its way into Ireland from Wales, as it appears to be an application of a Braaic " Tirade of Wisdom." There once; came, what has lately happened so often in Ireland, a hard year. When the crdps failed, there was beggary and misfor tune from one end...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

{. - ¦ ' i . Savins Seed. ft has often Occurred to me that sufficient corfe has not been exercised in savin" seed of Vegetables from the finest part o( the crojj). If we breed live stock, of whatever kind, we invariably select the parents/from tbedbest of our flock or stud. So with regard to flowers—no one would so» seed frpfii inferior, but would select from the best specimens ; and it is by following up this system, (even without more crossing than is |performed Dby nature, and tbt bees.) Thinking the same effects woula accrue frolp a more careful selection of/culinary seejds, and that a much . greater Degree of productiveness might be attain/d, about thijf e years ago I began tin experiment with long-pod beans; 5 1 carefully selected the. finest and fullest of pods for seed, taking nojfe with fewer than five beans in each. Ndjst year I had a good spinklins of nods with six in each ; these were saved for seed. Tfie following year there were six-seeded pops and some with se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

BAip NQPJ^LIST. cokkxcriD (W*!*1-1 ruR*BE rioris's advocati--¦'• -^ ; ¦"' "j '"" i—r-i pi £— ;- —' -;M0STROS£, Aug 131 1846. PENNSYLVANIA. TJndeij $58 ! 4 <& Philndelpliia bank, par NEW; HASIPSEflBE. Jlan & Mec bank par All sol\-ent banki ' i dig Moyamcnaing bank par MAINE, j 'Penn townshu>-bank par Calais bank : Wall g'baiik nite»\ {25 ibs Agricultural bank do 'dinirdv.-.'.ilo--M par City fik! Portland ao Penioff»l!a .jioir, ! par DamhrUcotta do Genuauiown •-)••"- '.. par Mercantile bk •, do' Del co «t,Che»teT:- P" Sfllwkitjer Canalbkdo ; Cb^ter©D«t"wi0neit?1IPal' BangdrjCom bk,\ do ; MontgODiewV»3"'K,--pariWeatUr(»kbk ' V do ' ioTmera' b'tBacktcopar Citizens' bk do / farmers' bk ^ead'j par] GIobe|bk - do, Easton-r s !."- par] WaBunwn co Ldo" Northampton | n0 ™e FranMofa bk , ! do IJiliCMter batjc ' par All solvent banks j I dis Far'bkl^ncaster par VERMONTJ Lebanon ' ... 1 dis 'Bank pf St Albans- lj dis Barriabiir^. ' • ' I din Bk of Bennbgton ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

PAY UP-! ' j. ^fflgk ^^ T I *HE subscribef, having leasetl Bis ^ felp^n J- Shop, is desirous of squaring bis gL-j V uc-comits. All who are indebted Ho Wt~ J~^S\ bim for blacksnijtliing, wpidd confer H ^ J^M a great favor bypiymgup immediaje-^^^^m tr fy. He dislikes-1« make cost or ex(ra trouble, but, unless this notice « promptly attended to, he will be under the necessity of trying anotlier plan to collect his dues. "| j T . jPERRY JENKS Montrose, June 30, 1846. > i MONTROSE FOUNDRY. t The Tariff and the People 1! THE farmers of Susquehannab County are hen by notified thnt the largest and best assortmfln of Ploughs And Iron Castings of every kind and vari< ty, may be had fresh from tlie Furnace of ] D. POST, JRJ !&, CO., Cheaper than the Cheapest, for Cash! Let it be understood that tvb will not bo undersold. We have, too, tbe largest iassortment of Goods in our line, of any Foundry iu1 Northern Pennsylvania, consisting of PLOUGHS UWt will go up hill, ind ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

^k^ TT has beene lrrcnUjf report- ^Hj^^ flH X ed throughjthe coojjity, and ^^^^ W*U i» the'declaredlopiniotiof Aun-^l^r^ ^^•^,. iritis, that in point of i variety and ijuali-^ ty, tho suppW of HATS and CAyS, at Merril & Hoot's Hojt at d Cap Store oh the j| West side of the Public Aveiiuo! m Mdntrose, exceeds any thing of the kind ever exjji jsed for sale jn this Region ofconntry: iBeader, dojou diwjredit tho rumor?' Remember the Poet'* adtt opitionf $ i Our doibto are traitors, 4t And makef ns lose tbo ii wd we bft might wiji. 1, r..":j .:¦'::?'."."yT ^ ¦j 1—<¦ ,j FEW 4ox, Etdeat St k H«»|at M. &Eoo|. 's, for ,cl!;|l,apiece. -:OanMLiB«Bai>ie. - | ./il'HlP-'HiTS4br8c'«t|; Y-tf- i '- I : | t| . j; ..--.- j ¦ -J.- \.J. _?>.: .; .; " M. &|1'8. i;G(JOt)iurticl^ofF4Hataifor$i,!25.at |1 'Ai^V;:K-|r :" ' I ¦¦ -:'•" I ' M.&3l's. . >¦'¦'¦ ¦ --¦¦' ^ <— • I"-- ¦ ¦ i T/EGHOHNHaiacUeaperilhaii the cheapest, a' Ii - .'l :.-' - ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 20 August 1846

GOODS «FdR^T^Es|PE?01»4E/J ;:¦¦•"¦ -Mtl^Pr^y^irlqPiifg,,. M*ntr<Me, SuqnehanilaCo^ p. - .-.-,- r^^l^JlltlfWtQ^lsH,, ;,;, " DDBALEBS, Wholesale U Retail-, in Dry Goods' Groceries, Crockery, EwJiware', GhiiS 4e- -&cv^pftr-advaniage*lofthomS tehow&h to hm-!«T^-.^W^.a"'t %«»>w»3r4 fheiriauoraneii is ejtei^oimdwin he'sbWaEfeTm'corrlS with the tune* and the watits of fcinrchaieri' t72 cash tbey*i« not be.undersbldl if Among thetfassor^nt'nniy'tt'fbund'a'rkt netyof good mods^consisimglbf^ - - ,- i . Broadcloths of.oyery yarietyland color. " Summer ClothsV^fan^ strWed and'plaiq . Cahroes—thd best styles ofthe season. . •: ^*ies 35Wv ?!?,• ^i ^ rfs- Mitts-jBibon. Silk-Vel vets, B,cb Dreis-SilkB Fringe anltotfeU«£ tpmnong*for ladics'^dresses. ¦ M J.-. '• '- ^i^J^.^^h^ml «m, Drawer Goods of .every description,mi m every, article usually kept in a DryTGoods tore Satinets, Casdmeres, afce. SaS'j : '•¦']'. June,184C. - i j '¦ , . .4 MOUSLIN DE LAINES fronij jls. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

i . poctn). I HpTIIE WFE CLOCK. T^ASsf-t rrD most the gersa.v. „ ' ^ i i i j" ¦ i. there 'Jit l'»Ie n'5"slic &&< No hiifti*1 ''.vc 'latu *ee° ; That l>«fc,n ml—™^ heateth on; From ihorning tmtil e'en. ' AnJ *vhi"ii the soul is wrapped -in sleep, And hqjircth jiot a sound. It ticks and ticks the livelong night, And u^vcr runneth down. • '¦¦ O vrandrans is that work of art Which'knells the passing hoar. But art nfc'er formed,- nor mind conceived. The life-clock's magic power. Nor set h) gold, nor decked with gems, i By wealth and pride possessed; ! . But rich pr poor, or high or low, Each lseare it on his breast. 1 When lilt's dc,ep stream, 'mid beds of flowers. All still and softly glides. Like fheJAvcavelet's step, with a gentle beat; It warfis of passing tides. is ¦ Rhcn threat "toing darkness gathers o'er, And hbpe's briglit visions flee, Like the^sull en stroke of tlic lnafflcd oar. It beaijeth heavilv. . S When session nencs the warrior's ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

| From the I lhirlraied'Magazine. TSlt: FATAL SECBET. t* , I iHtsccIlanii. ' X rrottr or run p.svo: :-rin\- t . Bitter §md cold was the nisrht in the month ofj December, 17c>0. The wind$ whistled lismallv, arid nnture seemed almost out £f humor with herself; so great appeared hdr anger. It had snowed a night of two previous, and the ground was covered at the tim| of which we write, *o thcdeptli of two or Thjfrc feet. In a nt-at htt'.r rotiajc a few rods from! the turnpike mad. in the village of White Plains. s|t,, at the period of our storv. round a bright |ifazinjr fire, Mrs. Eaton, her two daughter!, and her little boy and girl, three and four! rears "of n<re. The room was warm an| 'comfortable, and had a cheerful and merrf- look about it, that spoke of happiness anj contentment- The shovel and tongs we^p carefully ,deposited in one cor ^ ^ tier of th| fire-place . by Hiss Mary herself, and the bclloWs were bing on one side of the chimney iby little Tommy, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

SpcccJi o f Mom. Sii^on Cameron, of ofi'saV fte ^u? Uo11 of the Tariff f Concluded.) What Ame rican citizen can desire to see his fellow-citii-.cn brought down to a'level with die pnu|.er lajiof of Europe I What makes our cou otry! gijeat but her' industry, the intelligence, and honest cuterprtze of the men whose mea. is of: living is to be taken away by this bill ? I^i what other country under heaven has the (nan who toils for his daily bread the rigl.-t to sav who shall make and administer his l.twts ? Where else is the pro-id .spectacle pre> eh ted of the laborin" man approaching the| ballot-box -tree, and without restraint ? In what other country can ilie journeyman mechanic reach the Senate chamber? Anil yet this bill seems to have no other contemplation of the laboring man here, than asjthe pauper laborer of Europe. But how different tstheircondition. At one iron establishnjent in Wales, where three- thousand men ;are employed, over -2,um) of them get btpt I2£ cen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

1Cn •¦"''; ?c*rasof^verttsinfe' . >^ »t-^.^V8i ?!S n C,UJ3, i?0Usly inserted'nf the ustft£Z* I n Ce"T JJT8(P»e fortWfirtt,atti Sqn I ''ffr^to «* Sequent ' Yearfy A^vertTsiBroeptB. iwhh tie priviW«! or of. tcration,. not to exceed 71 ,pnwg«..ot _*jr ^arteeCoWinniwitb tWpaper, perWp^tsvM Hall Colomn .. •. ' ¦ dot • do ; ", a an Bastne^Card.,. .. do( . . do ..'SOO au rather adverbseme^tjs msertea at reasomibB *^**€s. . f •,- - i.' } j f • ,A<1!:fesenicnt3 should bp marked with thenufe. oer onasortoas re(juiredi ,..,.,. ..-.-'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

%l|c ffcopi?^ ^vQcaSf ^rtritlS^KD -EVEItT TBCUSHAT SIO Il'slNO, HT I DOW & BOYD. '" ' ¦ ^Office o lj the west side "f tfie Phblic Avchufe.y.. TEEXIS.S-ONB DOLLAR ii vear in advance. . ,Ona Dslfiir Fifty Cmte if not paid Witttrt three jnonths, and if dclayinl nnUl after the expiration of the vear tw"o iVollnra will be cxac!<-d. _. ^_^ Du«imtiiinance»»ptionnl witb the rnbuseers, miles* arreanKos arc paid. , . < i s- «. i j. rL, Letters tflhe iSiblisliers on business, with the office must b| poSt-iiaiA to mwire attcnWn. r ¦ j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

Ifbrcigu Nctos; Arrival of the Caledonia. The steamer, reached her dock, at East Bostonoti the 18th ihst, bri Doing jates to the 4th of August. N Tho dnledonia brought 105 passengers from Liverpool to Halifax, left 21 there and took in 23 additional fgr Boston. Tottd, 128. I The Cjbitoft JVIarket was without any perceptible jehaege—and an improvement had taker plhoc in the manufacturing districts, ' .n- coiisebuence of the probabihty of the passage of the new Tariff bill. Owing to the Tariff having passed the more popular branch of Congress, the value of Iron lias arisen iu anticipation of a large export to, the United States. - The Money Market has fluctuated but little since :the sailing of the last packet. , The Brittanin arrived iu Liverpool from Boston on the 31st tilt Another attempt has been made on the life of King of the French. Louis Bonaparte e^Jiingof Holland^ died at Leghorn, of apoplexy, on the - 24th ult, aged 67. j f-The Rope of ilomc has granted a generall...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 27 August 1846

The fririlT ConvenUon. : |; «ever havej we witnessed any meetingiat the Court-fim|*e in ^(nd; week of Court \a numerously attended jes thei Tariff Convehtionof last |londay eveniijg. The hou|e, though lately piuch enjlirgetj, tvas filled with people anxioijs to hear something about the new Tariff aqt, and ftl probable. influenjee upon Pennsylvania ihierests.) The abplol priate, sensibje, and argumentative speeches ntade by Fjf Lusk nnjd C. L. Ward, Esqfrs were listened fto with profound attentionJThe resolutions presetited by Mr. Lusk tjsll of the indignation w4 which the M'Khy Tariff Bill, for whichilr. ^ihnof voted, [is hailed by th| Deroociucy of the old Keystone state. ' I ,*¦'-¦¦'' ' T ?t is said th|at a few Lung men whoofoW and strike fo; the pfg" Hunkers, xrere lo wrought upority the proceedings, that,with a vjipw to nefye thenjselves in what th^y were made sensible wjas an Unholy oppokitior^to the People's iniercsts, when the Coiiivciition adjouhied, raified about th...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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