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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 July 1851

' Foblisliedfcy Janaes Blarper. v. '." . ' " "Truth ind Jnliee," -;' : - At fl 00 In Ad ranee. Volume XVI Number 34. ; GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY- 24;; 1851: Whole Number 814. TEI' GALLIPOLIS I publibed nerj Tbcuoat (marmioc ,:riiBBlBPU, iMidittely -et the Book 8 tore. Public '-- ' - Square.' " . . '.' Tan: 1 eopy one pear, paid is advance. $1 00 At the expiration at tb jw, - - S DO t .Ha rfncaaiiauaarel aatil all aireereeai eettled; kndi Man la notif the publisher -a diaoaatiaoaaee will ba considered ae a saw eafafeawat Any nanaa fettinr op a Gab of Tex b addraM, wilt rreeire a copy gratis. -cssa, in sack cue, mint inTarisbtr accompany the $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 ; AornTBiin: , Oaa square tore ioatrtioaa. Each tubseqoeat Insertion, ' One square 6 asmths. One square I year. To UVoee who advertise larger a liberal re- ehtetioii win be made. From the Yankee Blade. MATRIMONIAL JOYS. BY S. M. TAYLOR. man's hut half a pair of hitn. That never takes a wife, Though he might breathe one bun- Dear re...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 July 1851

TEE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, ' BY JAMES HAKriv. a of 1 00, n adTsnc At the St GAL-lIPOniS. "TiirTMBA".' J J il FOR MBOTEH!fOlt r! rS?T;' YINTON, tfcffCf1 "- ' :'l r.ii ' ; i-e R. JJEtJTEJIAKT OOYEKHOR, ,-vr-.:i vli ts of Carroll tttUDtyi '3 '7 ' '.-.! 1; ts f!t:r. "secretary ot r. b.'j ;v. feARL BILU of- Erie. g y ! r y f- Xttoi-beyefieral, ' ,-,'t " nEXRY ST A N BER Y.'of Franklin. .'j,.Ct 'AuoHorof'State,'1. ''", AvvkT innnn ':f n..lii:-f-' tia it 31 f-,( ireasurer of .state, ;; j-, ALBERT.A. PLISS, of Loraia, . fin-iarr .! ; PobIic Works,' UJ.' ."I l- Jobs- MXtoEiEA, of Ross, '?. ,, Datid H. trjiA, of Muskingum , supreme yogea. . Jt n Se X Ahdbbws, ef Cuyahoga, ,, -CC. CoicTEita, of Muskingum.': Tcter Oduh of .Montgomery,. fi0 Bblumt Storkr, of .Hamiltpu,. Geo. B. Wat,, of Defiance. , PRIMARY ELECTIONS. To the Whigs of Gallia County. .j.l-Yonare requested to meet at, the usu al ' place of holding elections in your respective townships on Saturdays Au gH SOlh, at 1 o'clock P.' M., to o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 July 1851

AN EARTHQUAKE. f Wednesday.) tuis mace' was Brunei br- goed-ekMashtoned earthquake. Tha hn.V pun linn aA Janrrar anrl vwaa ;j"7-"-"6" . more severe A nunllln. .1 t k earth, resemblineiisetmcf'of-)iaB .dgriflreceded ,apjl fdlq wed the shock. JUur fOempprarip j pay bpast'o'f llieir ' tornadoes, hall storrRs arid overflows, but when Jhcjt qpaieto earthquakes, they are fio "whir." We eipect to Jipimeuollhesft dajaileEJhe jjtvjef lSIl-rl2,. when we w!l show tnem'that "some things can done as well as .others." ,Sinre the. above., was written- we 'resn bf m gentleman living in the 33if!W th,t the earlhf opened1 in iset etii places neartWest X.?ke, and ijlftn opening,' -several yards in nenfttl.ccarfed inrthtf yard bf Mr. JVmi;CoQfleBy, About eleven miles -frOBt'ihis places it also- opened near "Hhe residence of Mr.;" Silas ..Beavers, aboalrix mile 'troth' this place, .and and end'WBter,-ourinronnait snys,. I'wai thrown to the height of forty or fty feet, - This is the first Viroe that ihe ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 July 1851

Late from Mexico. By the aiival at New lb, ehooner Bonitavwe have re ceived Vera Crax dates to the 2Stb ului and city of Mexico to the24th- Among the passengers were CapL J. P. Levy and Mr. Gardiner, on their way to Washington, we believe with dispatches, S. T. Cliasold, Esq, and Hon. C. W. W. Fitzwilliam. Froo? verbal accounts which we have received we are led to believe that Arista's popularity is on the de cline, and that a revolution against his government is extremely proba Me. It b ad the President has a bandoned the liberal party and al lien! himself with the clergy, for a bribe. This course, it is understood, wa adopted by the clergy to secure their large possessions which were menaced by the Government in or Amr to reolenish the treasurv. The Monitor, which still yields a fuati support to Arista's ad mini tra lion, wages as vigorous a war as ever upon the criests, while the Umver sal, the- acknowledged Jesuit organ, continues to exhibit the most bitter hostility to the Gove...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1851

published hj James Harper. - . - "Trn f h and Justice." lAt SI PO in Advance. fVolume XVI. Number 35. (JILLIPOLIS, pHIOJ THK GALLIPOLIS JOURXAL, l published esery Tmusda ni. J:tTt JsJnTES BlBPEBr -; " iamedUtely oer tbe Book Store, Public v.-: -u : , . SqoM..' - --' ' T '!,,-. - : - - - ' - Tiui: t enpy one year, pid in dTnee, DO At the expiration of the year, ,. 2 00 aiteontmuance) until all arrearages are "ettle!j and a failure to notify tbe publi'ber discontinuance win be considered ai a ne 'etigsgemeot. ' Any person getting op a Club of test t ' 'ana address, win receive acoprrratis. The ' cuh, in toes ease, most inrariably accompany ""the pimai. -; t . . AbtmtiiiiioJ' ne square three insertion, ' ' Each subsequent Insertion, ' Ontsquare 6 months, ,t One square 1 year. Ta those who advertise larger a faction (rill be made. - '' ' $1 00 25 4 00 C 00 iheral je- HYMN. , v . ; .TimeJuld Lang $yne.n 'Hail sweetest, dearest nope that binds, -r Ou flowing hearts in one; JJeit sacred ho...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1851

the eiLUPOLis mm rnuint m tbtbsdat oairow, BY JAMES HARPER, At tbe low price of tl 00, In-arfvanc UulCe over miw iw- - jas. habpbb, . A.-HASH? ' Editors. ttAM-IPOLlS. flVMBlT. - - - JPA.T -Ml. , FOB OOTK"i S. F.VINTON,, of Galli county. FAB UEUTElf ANT GOVEBNOB, EPHRA1M R. ECKLEY, of Carroll county. Secretary of State, EARL BILL, of Erie. . , ' 'Attorney General, . HENRY STANBERY, of Franklin. Auditor of State, - - JOHN WOODS, of Butler. Treasurer of State,-' ALBERTA. BLISS, of Lorain. Public Works, Daniel Seegcb, of Lucas, John Madeira, of Ross, - David H. Lyman, of Muskingum. Supreme Judges, S. J. Andbews, of Cuyahoga, C. C. Convebs, of Muskingum. Peteb Odus, of Montgomery, . Bellamy Stobeb, of Hamilton. Geo. B. Way. of Defiance. The October Election. Tbe time is now upon us to com mence the preparations lor tne coming elections if the Whigs of Gallia intend to maintain their former control of the county with their old majorities. The Central committee hare issued a call for a nom...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1851

A Virginian in Beston. Tho following cxtractlis from a letter of one; of the. editors of the Richmond Whig, from Boston: "N it Itr tirne that Virginians in stead of scorning and hating, this garden-land of industry and thrift, should Jeara better, sense and better feelings, toward! the sturdy, pains- laking practical New-Englander. Ha is not to be measared as we mea sure him; it is unfair in the extreme . i ...... TO 18K OOly his delecU and Contrast . thera with only our Virtues: to call his thrift Selfishness and set it Sgaipst ' OOr improvidence and sloth, decora- ' ling these With the title Of liberality. " In reality, the Yankee has only the '.jaultS OI a people "Whom a sterile I 'Soil, en open sea, an ungenial climate Dd institutions which make wealth "ihe supreme distinction, have render- ,A .icrnnilt, . .,. f vain. He is honest as the Hollander,-and ten and well-behaved one at home, and ii i i isi equniiy nuroau, wnerever ne nas . 1 k a I 881 tiimsell permanently down. 10 jud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1851

The Grand Dake and the Jew. The Grand Dake and the Jew. A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE. TV- r!,wn- singular story, WbiCtl v- a no ivnv " o ,. i .; L. cnrMttt araonz the English rest dents at St. Petersburg at the corona tion of the present Emperor ol Kcs- Sia, ha. been narrated to us by a per son newly arrived from that part ol theronTinent '.' " ' "' . , , In the early part of the year 1S26, an English gentleman, frcm Akmetch in the Crimea, having , occasion to "travel Ao France on business of .im portance, directed his coarse by way if Warsaw in Poland. About n jiour a Tier his arrival in that city, he quitted the tavern in which he had been .taking refreshments, to take a walk through the streets. While aaotering in front of one of the pub lic buildings, he me an elderly gen tleman of a grave aspect and cour teous demeanor. After mutual ex change or civilities, they got into conversation, during which, with the characteristic frankness of an En glishman, he told the stranger who he was, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1851

WAl Jo "Truth and Justice. : Published by James Harper. At $1 00 lu Advance. Volume XVI.-'-Number 30. GALLIPOLIS, OHTO, AUGUST 7, 18 51. Whole Number 81G. QA 1 MPOUS THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Ii published tntrj Tbdiidat morning. Br J1HESB18PIB, -Immediately over the Book Store, Public ' . Square. . - " Ttuu: i copy one year, paid in advance. $1 00 At the expiration of the year,' 2 00 Mo discontinuance until all arrearage are settled ; end a tailure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Anj person getting up a Club of TEH t one address?"'" reeeire a copy gratis. The cash, in fueh ease, must inrariably accompany the names. Adteitisiko : One square three insertions, . Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months. One square 1 year. $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 To those who advertise 1 arger a liberal re duction win be made. SONG.—BY MRS. F. S. OSGOOD. Call me net names, dearest ! Call me a bird. That flies to thy breast at one cherishing word. That f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1851

tse .aureus joltjal, tVBLl&SLD KVB1Y THTtSDAT MOWUSe, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of 31 00, Sn advance Office over' the Book Store, PaMte Saaartw ' ' jas. h 4RFKZ, and ' Editors.' I. 4. JCASa, GAXLIPOLIS. THUBMDAY. FOR GOVERNOR, S. F VINTON, of Gallia county. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, EPHRIAM R. ECKLEY, of Carroll county. Secretary ol State, - . EARL BILL, or Erie. ' ' - Attorney General, HENRY STANBERT, of Franklin. ." ' ' Auditor of State, . ; JOHN WOODS, of Butler. Treasurer of State, . ALBERT A. BLTSS, of Lorainx " Public Works, Daniel Sector, of Lucas, John Madeira, of Ross, David H. Ltan, of Muskingum. Supreme Judges, S. J. Andrews, of Cuyahoga, C. C. Con tees, of Muskingum. . Peter Odlin, of Montgomery, Bellamy Storer, of Hamilton. Geo. B. Way, of Defiance. Buffalo Academy. -The prospectus of this Institution, located In Buffalo, Putnam county, Va., ha just been is sued, from which we learn that the Trus tees have tecured the services of Rev. G. R. Rosseter, late ass...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1851

Candidates. 0rOne dollar must SnTariably ac company tho announcement of candi dates, or the publication will not be made. For State Senate. Ifr. Harper: Please announce name ol A. T. Holcomb, Esq., as a can' didate to represent the counties of Law 1 . ... . i rence, Gallia, Wigs ana vinton, in me and h" friends. A VOTER. A VOTER. For Representative. Mr. Harper: Please announce r ri n . r-i..........-.....- r an . . mm a proper person to represent the county MANY FRIENDS. ' Mr. Harper: Please announce the n.na sit T T?TXTO PrBTITP. MS Candidate for Representative, subject to the deci MANY CITIZENS. - Messrs. Editors: As the la ws of Ohio "will have to be remodeled to conform to the new Constitution, it is therefore all important that men of enlarged expe rience and practical knowledge shall constitute the next Legislature of Ohio. We theretore request you to present the! name 01 uen- jewu ntwwn a can didate for nomination at the nominating election, to be holden in Gallia county .on ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1851

Ireland--Decrease of Her Population. Wsliave beard much of Fate yews of the) mifortues and Buffering- of Ireland of tho oppression with which they were visited by the Gor- ernment from abroad, and-the fearful Famine with which "they had to coo tend at home; but the return, of ihe Irish census reveal a tale of mis- luiw ery with regard to this unhappy Tcountry, for which, notwithstanding ' all our acquaintance with, her recent trials, the public mind was; wnoiiy unprepared. It reveals the appal- - ing fact that during the last ten years there has been a decrease in the pop ulation of Ireland of I,6S0,000, and shows a deficiency of above 2,000,000, . as compared with the numbers which would have been attained had there been no interruption of the ordinary iateofincrea.se. This is one, of the most remarkable facts, of the present age. The number of people in that unhappy Island for the -past thirty years has been as follows: In 1S21 . .' . . '6,801327 1831 . . . . 7,767,401 1841 . . . ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1851

iD'.OJ ' Ism M, M - 1 i V ft E loi r ;!' v. ; f ,;, Published by James Harper. ' 1 Tru th and "J a tl I c e . At SI 0 I Advance. iTblurae : XVI. r-Number 37. GALL IPOLIS , OHIOV AU G US T 1 4 V 1 8 o 1. ,1 Whole Number 817. ... ... . THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. ' i!t published every Tacuolr morning. i in vr Jinn HiBrtB, ''immediately' over Vba Book Store, Public -i-sVi . .- - : Veopy one year, paid in adranee. $1 00 At the expiration of the year, 3 00 Ho discontinuance until all arrearages are aettled; and a failure to notify toe publisher of dlaeobtisuanee will be eontidered aa new engagement. .... f i Any Bene letting up a Qub of tn to addresa, will receitre a oopy gratia. 'The paa, ia inch case, mutt iorariably accompany j-., y'"',' - Abtmthiho : f . One square three insertions, .Eadi aubsequeat insertion, One squire $ nontbs, , , One aauare 1 year. 1 03 . 25 4 00 . 6 00 t T those who adrertise larger a liberal duction wiQ be made, ' From the Baltimore Clipper. THE PLOWMAN. NY J F. S...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1851

THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. mumn tit tevbsbat oairace, BY JAMES HARPER, XI the I price f 1 00, In advance . - Office over 'the Book Store, j as. hkk and . A. HASH, Editors. GAIXIPOfclS. FOR GOVERNOR, FOR GOVERNOR, S. F. VINTON, of Gallia county. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. EPHRAIM R. ECKLEY, of Carroll county. '"' . Secretary of State, ' ' KARL BILL, of Erie. ' . . Attorney General, " HENRY STANBERY, of Franklin. " Auditor of State, JOHN WOODS, of Butler. Treasurer of State, ." ALBERT A. BLISS, of Lorain. t;,; ... ... Public Worts, . . Daniel SbgcrJ of Eucas, Ban;. F. CoHWAY,rjf Scioto.' David II. LTMAJf, d Muskingum, - Supreme Judges, S. J. Akdbews, of Cuyahoga,." : CC. Cohteks, of Muskingum. : fern Odlik, of Montgomery, Bellamy Stoker, of Hamilton. Geo. B. Way, of Defiance. County Convention. Meets to-morrow, Friday. We ' hope a lull attendance will be present, and that prudent and judicious dele gations will be selected to represent the county in the Senatorial and . Judicial Convention...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1851

Candidates. (r-One dollar mast invariably ac company u announcement 01 canai dates, or the publication will not be made. - " i ... Candidates. For State Senate. . , .Mr, Harper: Please "announce the name of A. T. Holcomb, Esq., as a can didate to represent the counties of Law rence, Gallia. Meiss and- Vinton, in the Senate, and oblige his many friends. A VOTER. A VOTER. For Representative. . ' Mr. Harper: Please announce the came of Pejwkl Chekihgtoh, Esq., as a proper person to represent the county State MANY FRIENDS. ivMr. Homer: Please announce the "name of Lewis Bethe; as a candidate .Tor Representative, subject to the deci ion of the Whig Primary Elections. MANY CITIZENS. H Jifesrrs. Editor: As the laws of Ohio haTe to b remodeled to conform to the new Constitution, it is tnereioro an Important that men of enlarged expe- rience and praciicw uuFicugo ouau tsOBStituie the next Legislature of Ohio. .We theretore request you to present the name of Gen- Lewis Newsom as a can 4Jidate...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1851

Correspondence of the Gallipolis Journal. Correspondence of the Gallipolis Journal. CINCINNATI, Aug. 3d, 1851. . Editoes jocE4 A sort of ro Ting about of late, has kept my pen if home, so that I hardly cad tell Xhere to begin Bgain in my regular Utters. If hot, hotter hottfst weath er, sucb as we hare endured here of late, can be any excuse tor one s cu rving himself up out of sight, then I ean file a good one, Cor we have bad some pf the hottest davs and nights during July, that the Eldest inhabi tant" of our deserted village has ex perienced for years-- A great many of itMiErsl families"- have' made, a rush for .some: cooj 'retreat in the country; some striking for an upper , lake town, some for ; Niagara," and manjfliave gone to Xenia to ruralize t the Tawawa House. This last place is a charming resort for those who are able to afford such a luxury as a summer retreat toits precincts, and will, doubtless, grow more and more in favor with the pleasure seek ing public. But if any o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1851

"FT r"j Tj A "1 P" 1 If??! i?'"''!'n .VMW I v,n yU7 ------ - - -rs 41, 4i v. : ,,. ; . n a i .1 . t r Published by James Harper. . ' , . r , " '. . . -t'. ? .c 4 :-i?:i I tAt 01 oo la Adrtaee. Volume XVI.-- Number. 38. G A L LI POL IS, OHIO, All GU SlL 85 iJ-;- r Whole Number 818". U JJ AV Li J U J l . A iii THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Is publitbed tnttj Thueioat mornig. ft j - MSTBS H1IFIB, - -: Imuediaielr n tfac Book Store, PuWie Square. ! - ' ' eopy one year, paid Jo aaVanee. $1 00 ' At ttae expiratioa of the year, ; 3 00 " No fitarantioaaBce until all arrearage are aettled ; aad a failure to notify the publisher of a .JiaeootiBuaae iU be considered a a new engagement Any peema getting up a Club of teh to tot address, will receive a cepygratit. The Cash, in eucb ease. Must invariably aoeompany the Btmo, '. One square three insertions, Jl 0(1 -' Karh tubtequant insertion, . . 25 One squiire 6 months, . ' A 00 One square 1 year. 6 00 To thue who advertise larger a fibers! re etwrtrwi ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1851

THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, BY JAMES HARPER, fc a -. Editor. Y a. k. J ASH, J GAIiIirOLIS. ,; i -- '-1 ' iL-r-i'-r.-.-rr'TikTmrv'XT-'- JS. V liN lUlNj v:T s:.i of Gallia 'county. ,- .' , fcV.V:J5 ' ,: '; '!.'. v ,::,'W- trecTB!ijrr oovebhor,' :i ' EPiiRAm r: eckley9 til -.of Carroll ww!y-.!A t; j,. - t Secretary ol State, . . S-st I ASlt BILL, f Erie. ', -f. i Attorney Geoerml, - . u BENE.Y STANBERT, 6f Franklin. l' Aaditor of State, I - - JOHIf WOODS, or Butler. 5 ;; Treasurer of State, ( ', . "ALBERT A. BLISS, of Lorain.1 ti . - - .. ! ..... ' Pnblie Works. '. -Hd. Daxou Stan, of Locas, . BctJ. F. Con way, of Sdoto. Dathj H. Ltmak, o( Muskingum; : Supreme Judges,;' '' '. 'S-'J.AaDaaws, of Cuyahoga, ?.C. C. Cohteba of Muskingum, Prnaa Odms, of Montgomery, ' Efujimt Stoew, of Hamilton. Obo. B. Wat, of Defiance. -Tbe.Whig Senatorial Convention meets in Gallipolia, September 5tb THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Convention at Pomeroy We attended ' the County Mass Convention at' Pomeroy last Satur d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1851

0Thd following particulars; m terrible and destructive storm are furnished In an extra or the Puducah Democrat, fja'ttSdugust 9tb, 4 P.M.: - . Dreadful Storms-Great Lou of PropertySeveral , Lives '. Lost. A dreaduf storm hai . just passed ovn oar city, and at the moment we write grff arercitisnient pievaila amonz our citizens. -Tbe-eiUire damage -e hare not bfiiin ablej as vet. to ascertain. So lar as our knowledge of the particu Ian extends, it is as follows: The. steamboats lying up at this place were al! more or less injured. The steamers Dover and Caledo ItU are total wrecks, and the Globe Bh Cherokee in a sinking condition. The America broke from her cables nd tot her chimneys overboard, per fTexas" was blown to one side nd" the upper part of her ' cabin considerably damaged. ; - . ' 'The Cherokee also lost her chim ji'ies and the greater part of her up per works. She is now in a sinking condition, having a log ran through herl ' The Huntsville's chimneys and a 'portion of her,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1851

[...]. -" ".A c i overfishing .f wny.th. h'opt of the British Church cause them .i k fat! raid la 'now going on hi England. It began in t Hoese or Cj-Jitj.wMn on a motion of fjord i ana ford to provide for the spirit-jal de .1tu tier: of tbe people by fouling new bi-a-:"rte stud.i parishes and bti.iig sjh'J rcfces, the expense to bo met Tarty ' from the present income of ,':.c church and fn!y by private subscriptions, Hcreapoa Mr. flufjie moved fojr a re lijra of the exact amount of .die "proper ty aorf the incomes belonging to the va rious, bishopric aal ecclesiastical bo . dies, j His desire waVto.see thtv 6"ds " of the chuixh, applied as they oughfio be.- By a report- made in 1831 while thr average fexsome of the pa rates employed ia the tingdora. wa, $595 each, the bishops had from $30,000 to $95,000. In order in' some measure to remedy this, a law had been passed limiting the lowest bishop's reveoae to $2250 and the highest, that' of the Arch-bishop of Canterbury to $75,000. Bu...

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