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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 September 1842

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE "VOL. I. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE TERMS: The Nortiieri Stand rd is published CTery Saturday diuic uuiidn per nullum luauvuiice. Advertisement! will be inserted at one dollar per square forthe first insertiin and fifty cents for each subsequent in- aertlon. Yearly advertis-ments not exceeding eight lines will be inserted lor ?.jj p-r annum. Not excecding.wnty lines 330 per annum. Not exceeding Ifty lines. $50 per annum. Announcementof candidates for ollicc.SlOtnch. Political addrcaes and obituary articles charged as adver- tisements. . Personal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid forjn advance. All letters to lb-" Editor connected with the business of the paper must be pot paid or they will not be received. 03 Excbeque Bills received at par. AGEITS FOR THE STANDARD. Tuvit G. "Wrioht P.M. Pine Creek. . Samuel M. Idltok P. M. Franklin Lamar Co. William Rkcwn Pa...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 September 1842

VZ' dlHB 19 1 For Ac Standard. FALL OF THE ALAMO. Why docs the lover of novelty of ronmnce and wonder the admirer of those extraordinary achiei e- tnents of moral fortitudo which occasionally blaze forth in the progressive history of mankind invaria-1 blv revert to distant ana to long past ages ana to na tions who live only upon the page ol the historian or lhesonr ofthe poet to grainy the cravings ol an lent imagination or realize the bold conceptions of wayward fancy? Can it be that the heroes ofljrcece and Rome alone have wreathed their brows with the chaplctsof immortality and won eternal commemo- ration upon the undying numbers of the bard the en- during impress of the historians' pens and tbo high wrought eulogy of the admiring acaaemian 1 Or can it be that the mind is naturally prone to a false and unfounded reverence for whatever is consecrated by the mystic flight of years and appears with faint illumination in the dusky track of time? It should ever be borne in mind that "...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 September 1842

They declare that they are Texans and have hecome quite attached to the soldiers. They resemble Co- manches iircomplcetton and stature and speak the Spanish language fluently. This tribe is regarded as the most powerful in North America. The num- ber of their warriors is estimated at.about 40000. For many years they have by their prowess and military acquirements made themselves the terror of -all the Mexican settlements from Chihuahua to Santa Fe. About ten years ago they made an irruption into the province of Chihuahua desolated the whole country for fotty miles around the city drove orTim- mense herds of cattle and horses and retired in safety to their encampments. If it should bedeemed advisa- ble to make an expedition to Chihuahua or Santa Fe ) -the friendship of these Indians will be of vast impor- tance. Two or three hundred of our riflemen with the hordes of these savages would proveas formida- ble to the weak provinces of northern Mexico as were the hosts of Attila to the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 September 1842

K w V ti -r- k -Si Poclrii. From the February number ofthe Knickerbocker. STANZAS. ' look hot won the wink when it is bed.' BY WILLIAM PITT PALMER. O foft sleep the Mils in their sunny repose In the lands onhe SotiUi where the tine gaily grows ; And blithesome the hearts of Hie vintager le In tho grape-purpled vales of the isles ofthnsea ! And fair is the wine when its splendor is poured From silver and gold round the festival board "Where the magic of musicawnkes in its power. And it gilds the fast-falling sands orthe hour. Yet lift not the wine-cup though pleasure may swim Mid the bubbles that flash round its roseate brim; Fcrdark in the depth of iho fountains below Arc the sirens that lurk by the vortex of wo ! They hare luted the gay spirit ofChildhood astray. While it dreamed not of wiles on its radiant way And the soft cheek of Beauty they've paled in its bloom And quenched her brighteyes in the damps of the tomb t They have torn the lit c wreath from the brow ofthc Brave And ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 October 1842

S$23 c THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHAM. OUH fiANNr.Il UKAVETfin RREHZE-TIir. STANDARD OF T!ir. TRKE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLARKSVILLE OCTOBEE 11842 VOL. I. no. 7. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE TERMS: The Northern Stand rd is published every Saturday at fire dollars per annum in advance. Advertisement!) will be iiivrtej at one dollar per square for the first insertion and lift cents Tor each subsequent in- sertion. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding turnty line- S30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines 50 per annum. Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged as adcr- tisemenls. Personal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid for in advance. -4 -r All letters tdlhe Editor connected with the business of the piper must be post paid OT they will not be received. ' 03 Exchequ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 October 1842

s H ft IK U f Si I n t- H n'ninjfmsm Stipulate for a pittance of which the poverty of his HOTcrnmcnt has taught him not to expect. All that be expects beyond the legitimate and honorable spoils f victory u a supply of the necessaries of war am- munition and provisions. Our own pastures afford in the greatest abundance the most importnnt article of provisions that an army can have which can be obtained without the advance of a dollar and the country of the enemy abounds in the same necessary which can neither be destroyed nor removed without i'f.2 reach of our troops. In relation to the manner of raising troops to com- posa the army of offensive operations the Committee nponfull consideration of the wboleaestioii are of opinion that the most etnncfftaM equitable plan that oan be devised is a call upon each county in the Re- public for a number fairly- proportioned to its capa- city and papulation. SmordisuAttn d discipline are essential to the efficiency of an army and these ean bs e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 October 1842

fl add with the latter to chosen n representative to he Congress and along with Zavala was a signer ui me declaration oi Texan Indf pendencc. Ho is a liberal and enlightened man. iHK Trzatv. We learn from the Nat. Intelli gencer that the Treaty with England has been con- firmed by the Senate by a tote of 39 to 9 This large majority leads us to infer that its provisions are advantageous to the U. States and sneak in timnn language of approbation of those by whose forbear ance ana wisdom it has been effected. England act- ed well in the first instance and showed a disposition to do what was right by sending for the adjustment of our difficulties a ministerso well qualified to bring about that adjustment as Lord Ashburton has proved himseif to be. We are pleased to hear from the right quarter such high encomiums on the character and virtues cf this '"fine old English gentlemen." We are pleased with the way Lord Ashburt-n has mnnn. red this business and we are pleased with England tant ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 October 1842

v. V ;r 1 0 ! .i poetry. WRECK OF THE HESPERUS. A BALLAD. BY IIENKY V. LONGFtLLOYV. It was the schooner Ilcspenis That sailed the wintry sea; And the Skipper had ta'cii his little daughter To bear him company. Clue were her eyes as the fairy-flax Her checks like the down of day And her bosom sweet as the hawthorn buds That ope in the month of May. The Skipper he stood beside the helm ' With his pipe in his mouth And witch'd how the vecrin? flaw did blow The smoke now West now South. Then up and spake an old Sailor Had sail'dlhc Spinih Main I pray thec put into yonder poll For I fear a hurircanc. Lat night the moon had a golden ring And to-night no moon we see ! The skipper he blew a whifffrora his pipe And ascornlul laugh laugh'dhc. Colder and louder blew the wind A gale from the North-east; The snow fell hissing in the brine And the b.Ilows Iroth'd like jeatt. Down came the storm and sraolc amain The vessel in its strength; She shudow'd and pans'd like a frighted steed Then Icap'd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 October 1842

'KcS I TfiE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE OCTOBER 15 1842. NO. 8. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE TERMS: The Northern Standard is publMicd every Saturday nt fire dollars per annum in advance. Advertisement will be inserted at one dollar per square forth: first insertion and fiflj cents for each subsequent in- sertion. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be insetted for $20 per annum. Not exceeding twmty lines 30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines. 50 pcfannum. Announcement of candidates fur office. S10 each. Political addresses and obituary articles charged a adrer- tisenunls. Personal altercations .when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid for in advance. All letters to the Editor connected with the bnsiness of the paper must be post paid or they will not be received. JCT Exchequer Bills rece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 October 1842

k VA '- I" " r A o:m hreman had remarked all this in a moment nnd lie had scrn thai bc&uiiful fact; agitated thai graceful form rrndcrnl tnnre graeelul by iho-eflbrlto keep her scat upon the virions beast that bore her. At the same time the mornin" sun shone mellowed through the foliage or trees over head and cast that . rich mysterious yellow light upon the whole scene which is only ptoducrd when the sunshine falls through the grcrn leaves that owe their brief nnd strange .existence to his glorious beams. That light seemed to give a peculiar lustreto her face a something that the youth in his fond enthusiasm could hnve fan- cied unearthly had not the soft hand that rested upon his ns he aided her to dismount nnd the deep drawn sigh of npprchcniion relieved told him that she was hut a being of the same nature ns himself. It wasall done in a moment as I have said and the manifold thoughts or we may call them impressions which took place in his bosom were like the riplcs ofa mnon-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 October 1842

em 1 morn! route lo San Felipe where there it a good fer- ry. Every chiien that'has a horns not in use should forthwith loan it to a volunteer. We learn that the soldiers in campare alinotl destitute of coffee suqar salt and tobacco; articles that are indispensable. They now have only fresh beef and no bread stuff. They "arc net for bread; if they can get good coflce beef nd sah wicfc a little tobacco they will be quite con- tented. We would therefore suggest that a quanti- ty ofihrse article! be forthwith purchased by the Ci- ty Council and forwarded to camp. If the City Council will not do this our principal citizens should instantly pledge their property to procure supplies. We will cheerfully do our part and attach the name of our firm to a pledge of this description. These ar- liclrs should he obtained instantly a team is on the way from Bajtrop and the ownci will take out the articles immediately iffurnished. We hope the. City Council will meet this morning and takedecisire st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 October 1842

UfittM pofirw. MIND vs. INSTINCT. Proud mannlolic of all that lires In occr.n earth or air derives Light from his fellows; man aloiie By tracing backward marches on. O'er all that has been retrospect-. Ami hence on all that i reflects; And where success or failure steers A beacon 01 a pharos rears. Kvcii to one poin beyond it blind Uoul.l InMinct here compete with Mind Sinic chingc had marked the spider's locm I?ccs fragrant cell or beaver's room. Then might the ape be tauglit to swell Andfi-edthc fhinc he loessoncU Or India'- ant 'o-hun the liank Where all his van by millions sank. For Ins'inct is as one that sees The hour-hand trace its slow decree-. But ne'er can tell the time of day I such a ciicum.cribed Mir.c. Bit Man his firm foundation lay On past cxptricirrp and surveys !!: Mns adr?ccin;:n tluir might LiKc Time thrc ugh darkness as through light! Vivm l'ic Kniclcileckcr. STANZAS. Mi cj r-t Itdy 1 J am waking Thinking Mil! efthce I ookiugat ilieimrtgcs In m lu'md that b- Wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 October 1842

A 1 THE..N6itTHERN STANDARD. T-FF Ct"''-1 CHAS. DE MORSE -a" LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE OCTOBER 22. 1842. NO-9. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE TERMS: .The Northirn Standard is published every Saturday tt ire dollan per annum in advance t i Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents Tor each subsequent in- sertion. .Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight line will be insetted for $30 per annum. ' ot exceeding twenty lines $30 per annum. Met exceeding fifty lines $50 per annum. Announcement or candidates Tor office S10 each. . Folitical addresses and obituary articles charged sadrer- tiseawats. Fcraanal altercations when admissible charged double tit asaal rates. Me advertisement of any description inserted unless paid for in advance. All knars to the Editor connected with the business of the "peper. Bast b post paid or they will not be received. OX...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 October 1842

V Mfim.KY ERNSTEIN. '8 OR THEfTF.MNTS"OF THE HEART. Civ or. n. James t.sq. - - S S- - .FIRST VISIT TO LONDON. . . -""'li'-.vns a warm and brillianrnay in the beginning ToOune when Morlcy Ernstein entered 1mdon the streets looked pay and chcciful and ho drove up to ihc Hotel in UerK-lcviqimrc xvrth lhat feeling ol '.pleasant expectation which comes upon ..sail when ' we enter a new abode w here a thousand means and ropportGnitfcr of pleasure" thousand channels and J.UhwavTof gratification arc opened before us and "where sorrow and pain and misery and sickness hnd death arc liiddcn bmcath those pompous ond " I'liitcriiiT cils with which it is the business of socie- ty to conceal the abhorrent features of all that is dis- tressing and'frightful in human cxisti ncc. There arc 6omcjicoplc who en entering a great capital feci a weighty an oppressive load fill upon "their bosom as if alj those miserirs of which wc have . spokcn7 were infused into the burthensome atmos- phere of the pl;Tcc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 October 1842

i -r . j l B ccd upon us by theencmy and if carried out with proper prudence and energy will do more towards securing our independence and enriching Texas than Ctfry other that could be adopted. Wc have recently received intelligence from Matamoras that the whole number of troops in tlrts valley of the Rio Grande in- cluding about 2000 at Matamoras and the 1500 un- . dcr Wo! I Is less than 5000; and these arc scattered in different detachments so far a part that it will be dif- ficult if not impossible for more than 2000 to con- centrate at any other point than Matamoras. These troops too arc generally ill armed and many of ihcm- nre unfit for service. An army ofa thousand Tcxians therefore could sweep the whole country from Chi- huahua to the coast Gentlemen who have visited Chi- .huahuo say that it could easily be captured by 500 or 800 Texans and that a contribution of 8200000 specie could be levied and collected with ease. From Monterry andSaltillo 9100000 could be levied also a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 October 1842

iJJoctiy. X.HE WAVES. I love to natch the waves at play Beneath the moon or noontide raj For liring Unrigs they seeui As musingly I gate and dream ; Living things of life and laughter Each the other bounding after. O 1 love my limbs to late In the blue and briny wave Rising falling tossing spray- How IJIorc the waves at play! Fancies strange and fairy-like Often do my musings strike As upon the waves I tide Rentlingo'erihe vessel's side Drowning scream; of death and oe Treasures lost and hid delow Oral grottos mystic cells Naiads nymphs and sounding shell? All the wonders ofthe-Mea .oen ofien seems to me. Laughing flies the foamy wave O'er the sailor's ocean grave ; While below the hollow shell Mournfully repeats his knell. Filter far than carved stone Is that Jeep and solemn tone Sad memorial tobe Ofihe rorers of the sea ; .Never silent ever sad While the waves are bright andglad ! Mingling thus the grave and cay I hare yen the waves at play Whea the spirit-winds were ont Wandering...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 October 1842

THE NORTHERN STANDARD. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. I. CLARKSVILLE OCTOBER 29. 1842. NO. 10 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY C. DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Saturday at fire dollars per annum in ad ranee. Adrertisemenls will be incited at one dollar per square for the first insertion and uftjr cents Tor each Mibscquenl in- sertion. Yearly advertisements not exceeding eight lines will be inserted for $'20 per annum. Not exceeding twenty lines S30 per annum. Not exceeding fifty lines goO per annum. Announcement of candidates for office S10 each. Political addresses and obituary article! chtrged s adver- tisements. Personal altercations when admissible charged double the usual rates. No advertisement of any description inserted unless paid for in advance. All letters to the Editor connected with the biKtnos of the paper must be post paid or they u ill not bo received. D7 Exchequer Bills recei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 October 1842

MARSHALL'S TEMPERANCE SPEECH. Mb. Prsident and Ladits ani Gr.sn.E men: I had prepared my imagination and had anti r-inoKvl in tomf clpfrmfi. ihn nntnrn of mv own Ctno lions ntthc strangeness the exceeding sttangeness of the scene with which I am now surround"! t ticrc someone called out speak up speak up" but he was immediately hushed.) That I should in the month of May be standing in the city of New York in the midst of an asseblagc like this whose numbers from any p-ist experience of my own although that experience has been somewhat of a large one in ad- dressing crowds I can form no estimate that I should bstatidinsr here toaddrcss an audience like this may justly I think be considered as one of the phenomena sir aucnuing uns gri-iiiiuuiui ictumu. mcui- tleman who has preceded me and who has given an outline of the facts within the year marking the pro cress ofthis cause has stated enough I think to sat isfy any one that there is something in the present niovenir n: of the hum-in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 October 1842

He of (he Red Lander chuckles orer the receipt of Jive cU liars but chuckles more to think that no one dunned him lor it 1 1 Wonder if such a strange cir- cumstance ever happened to him before? A dactiptlon of Ike person of jesbs Christ as it teas found in an ancitnt manuscript sent by Pub- lis Lentulus President of Judea it the Senate f Rome. "Thera lires at this time in Judea a man of singu- lar character wbose name is Jesus Christ. The barbarians esteem him n prophet but his followers a fort him as the immediate offspring of the immortal God. He is endowed with such unparalleled virtue as to call back tht dead from thir grates and to heal every kind of disease with a word or touch. His person is tall and elegantly shaped his aspect amia- ble reverened. His hair flows in those beautiful shades which no united colors can match falling into graceful curls below a his earsagreeably couching on ins shoulders and parting on the crown of Ins head- dress of the sect of the Nazarites. His...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 October 1842

WiTfc- Pocuri. From the Iscds England Northern Star. THE BABY SPRINKLING. A STARVATION ANTHEM FOB TUB HOVAL C1HUSTENIS.C. Bring forth the babe in pomp and lace While thousands starve and curse the light! .Dut what of that"! on royal free Shame knoirs no blush hnwetcr slight. Bring forth the babe a nation's moans Will ring sweet iiiiimc in his car For well wc know a people's groans To royal ear were alnays dear. Biing forth the babe! down courtier- dun n! And bow your lacquey knees in dust Before a child's beslobbcr'd gown (Our children cannot And a crust!) AVhen Christ was born no servile throng Around the Saviour's manger met; No llaltctcr's raised their fulsome song But what was Christ to Albert pet Uod. who has hcaid the widow's moan ; tlod who has heard the orphan's cry ; Thou ton dost sit upon a throne But none round thee of famine die! Things like thi-s babe of rojal birth Who boa-i their princely " tight divine" Arc but thy pa indies on earth Theirs is oppression incicy thine...

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