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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 November 1853

ism tf ''o ( i - i BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOK VILLE, FEANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FlUDAY, NOVEMBER; 11, 1S53. . . i ,,'i. . . ' ' ! ...'.,'; - -'!''.,, r. :t ', . VOL. XXL NO. 47. From th at. Y. Evenlnf Fot. COL BENTON'S HISTORY. Yhe Character of Qrn- Jackson. Co!. Benton wu known throughout the whole of Gen . Jackson's administration, as one of his most xealous personal and political friends. And in his " History" he gives the following sketch of hi character. We do not of course, agree with him la all that his friendship impslahim to say of Gen. Jackson; but he does write much that U truo of his -Benevolence and warm-heartedness; and the whole sketch will be read with iterst even by those who differ most widely from its author. The first tinu that I siw Gen. Jackoa was at Nashville, Tennessee, 179 J he was on the Bench, a judge of the then Buperior Court and I a youth of saventeen, back in the crowd. He was then remarkable man, and hd hie ascendant over alt who approached him, not the e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 November 1853

n It no K V I LL K. 1 N p. FBID AY NÖVEnBER 11, 1353. Ieflalr 0r Puin. The following, from Horace Creel, may be taken, with alight modifications, as our position in reference to politics. We are glad to find so distinguished a man as Mr. Greely agreeing with us. We shall now take courage, ami, if we are readout of all parties, u we have been frequently, we shall not fearp knowing thatGreoly has been read out also. We are glad however, that we have no tears to sheJ over hiving, in earlier life, hurrahed and shouted to elect party ticket. We never but once voted a party ticket, and for that we did penance more than twelve years ego. The Italicising in the extract is our own, as being peculiarly consonant with our feelings, and explaining our position better than we can do it ourseJf. - Aod we believe that nine tenths of the readers of the American are of the opinion that the best interests of the nation will be subserved by the course recommended by Sir. Greely. Hear him: ,M We have d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 November 1853

w. IMPORTANT. 'The subscriber, having purchased the Ixnixx American, and wishlnj to put 5t witiln the reach of ertrj family, has reduced iU terms to the following1 extremely low fibres, when paid strictly is iDUKE: - ' Slngluiubscription........ $1,50. In elcbsof 25..............;. 815. Iq clubs of 50.... 81,00. SutBcribers living out of the county will retain for postage 13 cents, (except clubs,) and thus receive it at $1,37 ct. Subscribers, who receive it at their rest denee will be charged $1,75. Though tho price of the paper is tbua reduced, its size will continue tha same, and the editor hopes, by diligently applying himself to its interests, to make it as worthy as ever. of the hih reputation it has acquired. It shall continue tobe independent on all subjects, and neutral on none. It shall know no dictation by party or caucus, and favor al that i good. In short it shall be a good family paper. T. A. GOODWIN. ; C3"Two passenger cars were literally smashed up, on Wednesday last,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 11 November 1853

Front UImv)'i Pictorial. nELrino-riiapoon. T RTHU B. 'I'm en beg g tug etoadlilori,' U Mr Joaas, he e4iu buttling into th rouiiliu; room f fllow-mrctiut Barnaul Trrwutu AaJ,a yon era a benevoleul man, I hop I f at lat II dollars hr ta aid of a (nVr la ei'remelr Imltaut clrcmnaUurj.'i. nf wife h-nrj of iImih yesterday, aud Ida Ittll that wti ml, ha atrongty eseiul ir ampatH kui. 8 lain aal Dili morning a a NiMUt f ir eujiplie. want to rie eof ) to bay tri-m a loa of eo I, a birr- of flour, a b if of pot it., au I a am.l Ut af grsc-erw.' I) j yea) kaier anything of tin f unity fur whMi yea propose thi ehirity' Inquired Mr. rreecott, with a aliglit r.ulJn.'i of mm r. I only I now tlial lliv ant in want auJ that It la Iii ft rat out of liuiitanll to MUm lhm, eal.i Mr. June iiilla w irmly. 'twill not question your Inference,' at t I Mr prtarou Ta r Have the wttita of oar affVrliig fellow-rretlui-ea la an aniirllau Wo duly. Hat llior I anuthar l.oni.rtaiil eeeeidentlna eiiiirtcl a litt po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1853

f -. p 4 vrr j BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY -NOVEMBER" 18, 1853. VOL. XXI. -NO. 4$. Tk rrtiinr - AN ADDRESS Delivered Uort the Franklin Co. Agricultural Society, mi Metamorm Saturday Nov. M, 1853, J. R.Uoodwiii, M.I). M. PrIMDIHT, AID GCSTLKKKX OF Ms Aokici'LTUxal Society In electing th subject of the fertility of soils, and the means for maintaining that fertility, for the regular address, I have bees influenced by the fact that there was no committee appointed to report on the subject for this dsy'js discussion, which la manures 'their production and application. A paper on the fertility of soils, and the means of malntalng that fertility, taust of necessity answer the two-fold purpoae of a regular address, and a report on the subject of manures. There Ii t very wide difference be tween the ages of the Art of Agriculture, and the Science of Agriculture- The former has existed ever since man began to catch and tame wild plants. The latter only sinc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1853

D It O (MC V 1 LL K. 1 N I). FRIDAY . WO VEÜBER 13, 1853. aretleal4emt'a JlcaMfti Tit usually well-informed .Wasbington correspondent of the N Y. Courier and Enquirer, gives the following foreshoadwinje of the President's Anuual Message: "The frame work of the Message hat been laid out, ant! the President ia engaged with hin Secretaries in reducing it to farm . Its developments respecting our fotd-h relation will be, doubtlens, deeply irteresting. Through Its statements 'e shall Le informed of the exact progress of the negotiation relative to the fishery question and the northwest trade. The best informed here believe that the Secretary of State is proceeding quiet Jy but eilicientt to an adjustment of the difference which have so long existed between England an! the United States on that subject. Nothing definite or very important can be expected tu have laktn place in reference to Cuba, Mr. tioctl having net yet presented himself for acceptance at the Court of Spain, and there bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1853

Th Lapiib Ri roToT for Tfovf mbar cams) aoveral daya ago. In th "bunAt of Dr. CUrk thUwork has, in our opinion, greatly Improved. Tli depart, uient fallet! "IM Her RrHaitury" though w think nother word than "vxMiWy" ahouU ba used for it, Urlch beyond any thinjrweerer knew in thU mag-ailna, ' During th ummer, tho Editor wo lorcly affllictßd. lis lo.t two lovely ehlldran. On th desth of the drat lie gives vent to hit reflection and fueling a followa. Since tho preparation of that article, another "geutle and lovely ae, hai perished with the flower" No, not ao. The flower have perished, to be flower no more, but these ahall live ajraln. Nay, they yet live. They have merely pained away , ana we can nature our afflicted brother, that he will realize, a thousand time, that they live; end he will love them none the lc be cauae they aurroutid not tho tabid, aa once we aaw them, with happy face and awect voice. He will luve them though they form a part of the heavenly family. Ilerraveinenl. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 18 November 1853

' ' Tie X.owly and the Lovinj. I he fluii owl prvebiui nun caw glv b man A t-t 1 'nl md lovef-il word. .Nor um ml Wim .rmf IMln loan to 70 lualacaa Tl u rU rUl, llnoitly trfif U 'j .hMttod.i tt. Hut roo4 f.H Low ht often muri Influence thsn tU-t. The last pnraU to the rfaaon, Hi' Aral to the auction; tho laat apeak 1 1 thv InU'lI 'ct.but the drat pun straight to I hi? Smart. . "It la beauliful,"cxclaim a i-Jwf.lUh autliory "t Ltlir-ve otiractvoa l..J, espex-iaUy by thuaa whom we love ami value." Yta, It la beautiful certain !v ; but woe to 11 if vtti ncylecl tho refTp,.niMbiltly attached to it. tt ha bt-rn truly mIJ, the lovinj ami the uiuvmHiIi almost InatMiaibly uiMjadii rtm evil, and persua.lj tu f(n., nil who com within rrarlt tf their aoothlnjf pnA'tr; that tioutK' can advance Ino U.tvard the happl.ir of miser ol atmtlwr world; nl little ran the moat li.a.jfnl.lcant of buing cunjctura how extensiv my have been the bfitcflcUt r evil t .Tocta which htve attended their trvn appare...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1853

i! t t r . i .... . I t ' ! I . ' i v. ; a mh BY T. A. GOODWIN. BROOK VILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1853. political. The Koutuern Confederacy, In copy lag the following from Tut Cot Ton Plant, a paper published at Washington, and devoted to the Interests of the South, wo derm It proper to ur that tl la only a spedmen of the language used by that paper, to neourage a fooling of hostility to the North' It r HI bo seen that tho odlt r does uot eland a either of tho Baltimore Platforms. II la Intent on ifiUtlng tho Slavery question. Bat perhape tho Baltimore Rcaolulloua wore lutea ded only for northern mo a. Tho Idea of having a Southern Confederacy la quite a favorite ojo with many of tho Isaders la tho 8ooth. Oat at present they aro not prepared. They need aomo commercial eatporluni, and henco tho exhortation la tho following ex tnct. TheyluUnJ to taro enough of trade and commerce from NewYork.to make eoino So a th era city a great city, but aa yot they have so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1853

BROOK V ILL E, .YDA.Vt. rui da Y sovKyiiixit 23, i'aa . REMOVAL! The American Office has been moved to tho room over Isanc IV.co's hliop, on Main Uurgtsa Street, first door north of Mr. It. Tyner'ö. Americana Cetupeiltlen with t'.nglartd Wt are reminded by the followinj from the Ixmdon Examiner of btislnc transaction which took place not long eine In Boston. A friend of our wa la the reception room, belonging to on f the Cotton office of an extensive Lowel Manufacturing company, when a merchant from N. York called and bought a large lot of heetinj for the New York market In a few minute another merchant came in, and asked the price of the tame goo J for the Eeat India mar let. To the aatoniahment of our western friend there waa a difference in favor of the Eastern purchaser of ome SO per cent. On beinj aaked to explain, the manufacturer remarked that the price of fOtton good for thi market wa fixed just at the rate that would keep out BritUb competition a rate which afforded a rery ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1853

XDiAnA noJiDS. ThtThrtt Per Cent Fund. ' ' Mach baa been aaid lately ipoa the subject fear ihr per coat fund du from tha U erel GoTernmeat, amounting to over lUO.Wl) Thlafund belong to the couutie of th Slate for theparpoee, ol build iug brldgee, hlghwaye, Ut and wo understand that lu many coontiea, thero ar debta utataudinj for the baildmj of bridge, which have beeu J W adirht AP Iaii vmps The Slate haa not been unmindful of thle od, tad front lime to lime haa endeavored to procure aa adjustment of tlio mailer coukeeled with it. Tho General Ateeroblr, la January, 1850, paaaed tho fallowing joiut rseolutiou: Section 1. B it reeolved by tho General Aeaembly of tho State of Indiana, That our Senator In Conjreee bo requested to lueeti jte at tho proper departmeut at Waehiajtoo, Ifta Claim of ladtau opoo Iii General Gov raoaeat in reference to tho threo per coat fa ad aad Inform the Governor of tha reault jrevtoae to tho meeliug tb next Legislatur. Tb preaent Eiecuuvo officers, aa our r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 25 November 1853

LUt 1-,1, SJtsccIfanif. Aa ApwUfff 2r llof a. . !i 1 ' It is tllef-xl ag&iuat the ho; that ha Ah,howeo! I hare ftM heard that charge) related; anJ one of the com- ', tuooest comparisons ia the Englisa laa- ' triage is, "aa aelfUh aa a hog." Now, I '( want to know what proof you have to ufier that the charge ia well founded. "Why, everv body knowa he ia eelJ j h - It ia aa plain aa the nose on a man'e lace." n "No, my gooJ fellow, I can't think of 'letting ypuudT so. Let us have some proof. These old, rusty, mots-covered, mildewed notions want overhauling oinetirueaturned botioin-side op, ao t .that daylight can peer in upon them. The proof, I aay ; pve ua the proof; or if , you haven't got that, at leust telt ua sow, when, and where the accused haa exhibited these seitab propcrwi- " lies. ' He is selßsh in his eating. He always ',', fata just aa fast aa be can, utterly re(jardlea of other members of the same b, family; or If be notices any other hog -". while he ia eatin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1853

11 BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1853. VOL. XXI. NO. 50BY T. A. GOODWIN. p Professional Cards. Dr. J. W. KEELY, Surreon Dentist. OFFICE 05K DOOR BOH hu UOLSE, cr rri. All work wsrmnted. charge for examination or aJrico. 41-1 jr. "" AAiriiD Vit !CV J.B. DAVIS, M, D., Physician & Surgeon, AFFICE at bis residence, corner of Maiu and v James streeis, crootfuie, iuu CYItX'S 1LBI.OOKE, JuUceof ta reare, and Attorney and Counsellor al lw, Brookrille, In, onus South Kast Corner of Fublie Square. 43, SS3. TIOltROWy Attorney ami Connsellor al Lit, Office BBurzeslreet,oueUuur.ortn of Geo. HoUamJ's.Brooiville, Indiana. Je -ju.'S l 6 1 jr v 11 JOIES Attorney and Councilor ( D.w7roÄ,Iad. Office la Halle', bulllins;. NJI'C. CIIOOKSIIAXK, Attorney and , CoonselloratUw. Offlrs on Court street, oppoat th Court Hoase, Brook vllle, Indiana. my 14 31 II. IH't'HTUE AttornoyitLaw. Office . oa Ronr-s street, two doors north of Coo. HoiUaTaOftte,UrookTill. 4S-'i3 JW. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1853

Mn.'HMamm.imAi.m!.,j AElEEföAE BROOK VI LLE, iXDULfi'A, rnio.iY i)i:.T.?ius:ic s, tss... 11EM0VAU TllT. American 0tice h.-is teen moved to the room over Isanc T'riee's shot), on Main BarcSaU Street, first door north of Mr. 11, Tyncr s. --. of those gentlemen, "who go to Mechanicsburgh lor the luxuria of the season: HloodA Vriiscauc. media nicsburgh in her true light, as the Editor of the american, in hid issue ofth 11. Represented mechanicsburgh as Being a town of no ordinary size, in winch he id very much mistaken he has through 6oine cause or other. probably ignorance. Represented nu- chunicsburgh as having. One store. One tavern. Une grocery, ami One Tlnvinir doturniir.cil to cnl.trtrc thAmeiKiin at ' the earliest drrc possible, wö ofll-r tlo prcs wo nr9 '00W;!in, fur tale on very rcn'sonjiLlo' terms. It is n gMil JirYlsS, Folks well, r.tl has becti in use less, than o months. It'Wnll'thc bettor," as every frelsmnti will know, for ihU use. ltMi'a' 'Washington prcs, with p:V by Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1853

LATER FROM EUROPE. ArrlYKl! the Canada llalifnx. ,T3E TURKS VICTORIOUSTHE RUSSIANS RETREATING. The Sultan Rejects all Proposals- 23,000 FRENCH TROOPS TO BE Si-NT nnn 1 i'p ITIPOItTAXT FltO.TI INDIA. , Halifax, N.SNot. 24, 10G3. The R oval mail stearxuliip CanaJ.i, Capt. Stone from Liverpool, at 4 P. M.,6n Saturday, 12th inst., with 1ÜÜ through passengers, arrived here 13 o'clock; this morning. The Collins steamship Atlantic, arrived out at Liverpool at 4 o'clock, A. M."f on Wednesday, the 9th inst. TURKEY AND RUSSIA. The following is a private account of the battle, received from Vienna: "Another engagement has taken place, in which fourteen superior Yusi.m Officers fell. The Turks remained masters of the field,' and the Rus sians were retreating on Bucharest." J Previous to the battle the Turks j had constructed a building and tcte de pnt at Kale fat, which served as the basis or their operations, it Appears that Omer Pasha crossed it at threo points with 13,000 atOUenitzi, 4,000 a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 2 December 1853

3Ni:.iIh.ro. sa:oO,ni3i;iK3i. Tin: Or, llw IM ll UM tl BP SU'litittlt ItlUtCM Ml TI 1 arlnx.1 tti',)' minln ill" i I.ih'I liWutii's fi'iiiinyf.' eliontfil !. ti suifK At llii rim.' of Itu'l 11 Imiif's fuillliill H Hit It t.t rtl)l Jtl'IMpst ol gtir trail. cr. Ilvrry rye was lnrinl ! want lit r wiili ml rilittilnrf tflsriet ,.r cl.ji.ltrii M well mkIIht laya form ii ttpinioti nl iujmiim, prtifiitiiily Of lliolf ti at her, al iirl ftlil. How lall I ahe?" f kHanne! nt, MNt, I slut nirai.l if In r, imr il.icii Iis iVr," c Ulme i the 'In.' boy " ul tlm Noi ..Ither," rrlftl Ifta LI.,' buy's liu lid slly, I r ml. I l,lUk ti r rny humi.Ii, viiuMu'i yi'tt, Tiil" - Yr ii. I will, tun, If Iii ifies tu lulitlt III," Hu!" rriuj uii Iii irU, 'Im will liOHr you." lly this lima aha hail nearly reorlied the Uo.tr roiiinl vvl.Uh ihry cliistert'J, in) evtry rye wits iWeJ uj'ui, Iut fuca with n eu'cry el baalilul jiie,uiicerUin yet wlittl verilirt In pssa oil her. '(J00J iiiiiriiiii;, chililrf 11," the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1853

o ' "'" 11 11 " ' ' ' " in I I Ullil LIWIM.H V. II I I'll, BY T. A. OODWIN. BROOKVILLE, FRANKLIN COUNTY, INDIANA, Fill DAY, DECEMUER 9, m. VOL XXL mst- Professional Card. n Du. J. w. jrrii, Surgeon Dentist 0 Wir OXR DOOK SOUTH or um '-' HUUMK.rrntiM. All rk rmnU.I. N tbarf fur aiiilnsUon or Jttr'. 41-IJT. J." 1). DAMSr MTl., " . iil IM I I bll lMiVMician & Sur:con, rwm K. al als rnsUlotir. mr or Main sua u lamm ilraiiM. Urouk v ma. I ml j and Ailurney auü Couusollorsl lw, HfwOaTlllu, ImJ. Office Suutti K.til tornur of f uLlio iro. 43, 153. AY. MUllllOWt Attorney and Counsellorst Law, Ortka .No . 7 Hails' tiutlJmr, Brook-iUs.i-uiaaa. DP, JO.ir.l, Atlorurj ana CoaiiseUor it , Law,Hroo-iU,lMi. O flies 1 tUiia" tinltUns;. 43-'J3 XT MT.CIIOOKSII MK Mtonify in.l 11, Coanollorat Law. Offlfoln Halle's Inilldlaf, JlrookTlllo, Ina tana. 43-'3 f .It. M't'I.t'HK Attornnjat Uf. OrtVe .! on Bunm sirirt, iwodoors uorth off! wo. Hot -'.3 f XV. II ITT, Attorney tUw.an.l Noury Hub. I ttr,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1853

miiBim&uHicAi'. DUO O K V I L Ii K, I N 1) I A N A T v ruio.iY, DEci:.mn:u , m.-.a. - (r We are happy tu inform,' our reader that the Supreme Court has decided much of the Liquor Law as forbids granting license In those townships which rote "no license," unconntitutiooal. This is as every sensible man knew it would be. It is as tho legislature In tendei it shoulJ be. The veriest niany.amons then knew that they could not make an act crimina'. In one township, that would rut be in . another, and they intended to pas just what the law now Is, a universal Hems law. , We odmit that some votd for th liw under the Impression that it was better than the old Jaw. And it is better, in an important particular. Tho stste does Dot ell, for to much gold, the right to mur der. Licenses aro gratuitous. Murder U cheap. f Do you asU why we are clad of this decision! We answer first, because the experiment of the past eight months has shown that as much liquor Is sold where license is not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1853

v Preaaea for Sale' Having determined to enlarge tho Acerican at the earliest date possible, wo offer tho press we aro now using, for sale on very reasonable terms. It is a good press, works well, and has been in use less than two months. It is all tha. better, as every pressman will know, for this use. It is a Washington press, with platen 43 by 2GJ Also a Wash ington Press, imperial size, Fos ter s make. ' Darin? Oalrtft at iaarel. A bort time since a gentleman from Cincinnati purchased tho stock of Goods formerly owned by Shoup.CuIlum & Co. and increased tho already extensive tock by large purchases of Dry Goods & Groceries. On the day of the arrival of his new Goods, he haJ the audacity, In open day to insult the people of Laurel ana vicinir ty by offering hia Good at from twenty tofiftyper cent, cheaper than former prices in that heretofore quiet town. We are eorry to say the offender is still wt larg, and may be seen daily at the eld stand of tho fate a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana American — 9 December 1853

ÜfBistclIinw. ftl llHKNDr.lt OF ni'IlGOYXK. The following incident connected with the surrender of Burgoyne m.iy not prore uninteristin: On the 1 2th, Gen. Burgoyne made overtures to Gates, who required the British to be drawn op in the encamp mcnt and unconditionally ground their arm. Burgovne replied that this would ba inadmissabJe in any extremity, as the Biitih army to a man would prefer death to such a dishonor. Gates atl.tst allowed them the Privileg of ! marching out with the honors s honors of war, and the terras of surrender wero mutu ally agreed upon; and on tho morning of the I7lh of October, 1 777, Burgoyne with his general officers, surrendered their swords to Gates. Burgoyne in a rich royal uniform, was received by Gates atthehead of the Americancsmp; the former ,camo up within sword's length, reined np and halted; Burgoyne raising bis hat mot graciously said: "The fortune of war, Mr. Gates, has made me your prisone r," to which the eonqueror returning a courtly salute...

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