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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 July 1848

7 y? "prove all things; hold fajt that which is good." - v : Ai i ax AYAV 4i - - -.' KXAMINEU; on J3". riM)n Pt.,nit door bitten tiFhm. . - , , (...K rf.R ANNTM, IN ADVAXlT.. SEYMOUR. COMMUNICATION. 4 ib ;riribaiU Hear. He. VII. T$ the tUtttrt the Examiner: ' , My purpose In the present eoni MunicaJioB i point to"" 'wry L uya the marriage relation and 1 may as -.ii affirm now, that wirrite ' .,.- t'urrt. The ! of Ihe l nt up ua tiiesubjVt. and the relation exists ouly by lli(.eoB-U of their rvspecUv masters or derint; iLe pleasure f Prii. Som8 UMtr i.u t their slaves flurried by a minister of th Co!. I nave performed tne eoltnia rite far tu. hen ,h,,y pf""J 10 ,iv together . i ... .iesth t-hould separate them and I in .!fnin:v prononnred rliftn "Uusbaud and if. , il.e tiua of tU r-W aad of th SuMdof lb H IfGhutl," I felt that they s-rrenifrk"d. Tht continuance of tli rltiou i not l uii u un llienii-elve aud uiiglt be s-k-Tft- in ten uiinule af:r it u af crmtu aud lut-v t tl.ru a o f...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 July 1848

I- . IV 11 n 7 I W.T VT1 T 1 Tfca BplHI C th OWm Tlaae. 1 11 U lid A A ill I 1 H 1 What should we t now, what alim-ld werfo . F. COSBT. ) JOH X H. HEYWOOD, , Eiitos, NOBLE EH LEE, J J. C. VACGHAX, Cvnrtrpndig Editor. U Uw- 're Mil. The Legislature ef Uim StaL has deulared its now. on the question of alave ry; werr wo influ-1 potitic.il platform. I wa ps-tl 'ree ,n ...r.NlrfheKnmtfjf our Father! . I lh Senate, awl four in tb Ifowa. against it. .. -, r - - . - ii.:. ..,( l.ra.l,1p.1 nt.l Rvit.l IVlsri. SLtverv is KB evil ci tu. nni umg- -oi M . . , j .!.. lever m,m,. man Wmtv. .mmetimea.br the ex- uuuue, nuiraiiy n"TJ T.r " 77 aS Ma.am-a.a.a.a.aaaaaaaaa.a.......aaMaa. .. LJ.m..IIam I L0U1SV1LLE::::::::JULY 15, 1843. EtiMiKii to irog .Ko are not ruUcribere, in tkt hoje, that by perusal if, they may he in duced to Htbmertb. Aail-SU very. Walt a littla! Kentucky, when ah get through her political conflicts, will alio (be country, what tro anti-slavery fading mean. V fear our friends else...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 July 1848

. .l. flalrtlaala). . Von. July ICth. C.I.,, . Hoton wire-sou j,e bM' .'''(.,, f Ihe most imporUnt of the .f"'"5" lldfro...rr"'u'll,,,Rr'1,,, miriio" ed." LWol up U noon ou the .. f.diuwinr .1 ..I km.) friwinlt between tne rw" " ,.r: .t.?'c'U,r-c,,0. of tha oly. which 1. p.iure W u01fide ,.f the pl and '" i 11. . .1. . ..habitant" lite dautli .,t,r ''S ' '"..i. -..,, hare in hilleJ. U" r" -V...... wounded. Th LI ., - ill I mob en hi u, in Fr lac h.nwlf, bat I. wss ,i..ij.irti(! r""" ' Ti,,.iuir. of Italy uot- favor If'1""' ., .J...i..i a llit-v wer at the i , f..r tn' . Viucnt nn heen u ".' r 'tu tnun..h.ntly entewd Padua. T . .J. finally accepted the inflation of A""'1' .I !l liv Ca'ti' 4 bu been introduced by the , separating; the Spiiitcal J ?n .uJ !'- K11 tiSfacl.0D. S,AH.-Tl.er U no political nthcouum-of importance Sr" tf out, roulinj- o. i neorjjaniiaiiwu "7f W-e of ih pre. advocating 7 J',' -ll,red.rii Jb o'Coiiueli I, ,r l-rc from public Iif '.. Kuii assembled Ihrc-e rnn.- a...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 July 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. OM Fluaaetee. Old Memories! Old Menories! What precioae thing they ere! How dose they cling aroenii our heart, How dearly cherished there! How often wo will cast aside The cop of promised bliss; And gladly turn as to tho pt, m So fraofht with happiness. Let others boast of coming joys, Aud trll how brightly shiuo Tbeir hopes of future happiness Be memory" pleasure mine. I would not lose the consciousness Of one good action done. To weave the brightest web of bliss That Taney ever spun. Old Memories! Old Memories! Oh! how they stir the heart! How oft a smile will part the lips, . How oft a tear will start. As memory, faithful to her trust, Brings other scenes again, la all their very truthfulness Of pleasure or of pals! . Oh! who would lose the memory, Of Childhood's early day; Would wipe a mother's tenderness, A father's care away; A dear, dear d rot her 's earnest love, A gentle sister's smile. The joyous friend of early years, When life was glad the while. Oh! w...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 July 1848

' , -, , . : , "prove all things; hold fast that which IS GOOD." ' 1 ' " J rrri TT VOLtilurj a. rilB EXAMINER; .. ... .jew.s...t '' r ins fast onus TKHMN. ANNUM. IX AMVAM t. TWil 1" SEYMOUR PAUL l u- j. a. or ." tom, fa (r ' Oa ib B.1I to establish a Territorial G over a )regoa. cr' p;flT:: ;te involving m. qut.o. "erv 1 " P-'H . tha di.usioos U wuicu uiey M''l2Ui ri cuJ-rd the.. -b.tr.cl pro- , haste n direct pWCUCai uoenug vi rlW"Vii.r. Vror U of. diff-ral lcle A catempl.te. a. .ct of legud.lio. b ill. l.f eoataiBing proviaioBS to U. PT. .I IL,,nl th. inhabitant, of. dif Im't 01 COanwj ..... u.. that ! v .Jarniibe l extent, ny i aa . .1.- r.,..UtiUtt of .future 1 u' 1 ... k ikMt luanutaL Ttyc-. er. th; power of Cjj.fi.- thrlUd Slates, and es terniory termor? w- ... -k f,,.., peril allV i. respect I sisvery - j .....;.., f Panares, under the constitution, tu - r ...... ... la t a 17 tuj ... 1 ... .. .k. JnnMK COBCri U jr.-w SSSTu-iU .f b.tthe, ...r .f- c..J.li f eom...u. Tb.) .J I....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 July 1848

r. i : T II E EXAMINER. JOHS IL MEYWOOD, NOBLE EITLEH, Ltrrvn. J. C YatGHAN, CrresponJin; Editor. L0U1SYILLE::;:::: JULY 22, 1813. CT... Z ,m aaa .ri aol eufamier., in tL ku liiil 1 j t,n.ll ill U. ""J I r- - . ... ..... . . 1- ducad U tuhtcrib. M -, a ... tJTXht'vif of oaltei comurts us to leave out the commercial new. We shall take care this aoes not happen araio. aw . The Emptoi 'of Russia piopoaea to abohah teirtkau ii Ruaaia! It as said, that he i resolved up aa it, aad wilt have hia way, Some of the G rand Dukes oppoae tLa step ear .f ' T,- -rf. nnt nimiial ! tree-1 doaa; l-W.t.l a-.U-iiit the objection made to their emancipation. A yoonr noble revlte: "Serldotn is wrong. Do - .. right, and you beans to educate. Free the aeru, and you put Lhem in a condition where they eau fit UaBsnaetvea for freedom. But keep then en- elaved, and they wilt never be prepared ne er educated." The Tear sympathise aud agiee with nan. . Will the South be beiuad Uua desuutf Will il alter with audi ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 July 1848

. a a. this. aafv.ei -t l- " ui ' Utrr that t9Z brightest ornaments w saP"""' taen. irit .VT: Yf Mr. .rat- l.r the ercat ,.... . "" 7 ..., of hit IHH) od 4t 4r ' TJ . .he larinor were luwm-m. oi .irWf IC1 - - . . - :J "TXrJW. aud eppoaeuh. of Mr. I.'.', r j .mtiuinFri. vi ill of Congr, memorial iiii,n.7 House ofConrreaefloai ' r 1,1.. .nfll iM " . . i J 111. ,1. UrfllorT Ul vnrauai Tb farmer M aJ-iU-J in.ulitrly into l.ie I ,j the tm.tr f 1 b for Territorial Uo-rnoiui; -i""1 or Ihstricl of Uniieua, ot it u it ili wrth of lb. 3M p.r.WI of toil , L virtually .ubjecled. ia reject i'1"" t .l the Governor and i'.. ,1 territory, la bth ctes tw 7' The memorial were refrrmd Mr Xfc Randolph wa. Cs.r- . ili f JaT. Mr. KandalpJ. merk'aa I af' P"nu j til"- : ... ..mii.Jiur wiin aresoiuusu, i.f- ..iifhl ta be m'" u) ,aw ,or ' ",Ulfrm. iu.t.itta f U.i-iaua tlie "" 1.era.neat - re-tutiun i rii - . , ..i-.- i. luh'i rri.ort.whiU awrtiuf Lial -rih I'aioa. "auouia ue "i"" Cue .bHrtrftlw I'ounnittr WM...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 July 1848

UTK.tAUY EXAMINER.' Tk CikMi Way. It WILLIAM C. TT. A burning ky is o'er we. The Mads beneath Die tfow, A onward, onward weardy, la la eeilry aaora 1 f Frees the.deaty path there opena, bastward, to llukuown way; Above lu wiudinga, pleaeanUy, The woodland breaches play. A edrery brook comes stealing From Ilia shadow of it treea. Whm Bleeder kerbs of tbe forest sloop liefore the enleiing breeze. Aloof tboaa plensant winding 1 weald any jaarney lay, When the shade U cool, auJ the dew of Blent la not yet dried away. Path of the flowery woodland; Oh, whither doat Lboa lead. Wandering by grassy orchard groan Jt Or by the ope a meedt Goeat tbon by nestling cottage T Uoeat than by stately ball, Waara tba broad aim droops, a leafy dome, And woodbines flaant the wall? By ateape where children gather Flo were of the yet freeh year? By loaely walks whore lovers stray Till the leader star appear T Or haply doat tboa linger Oa barren plaina and hare; Or clamber the bold luoantaia side, lato tba ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 July 1848

:4 - - " ' ' ' - . . i s m i. i- t n j a . . . u y : w wi -- m Jf ff-" . . ; . 7 "prove all thincs hold PAsrTHAT rnicii is cood." ' " . : ; '.,.!'. VOLU31E II. BXAMINEH; 1 (inM IU..MU TIIBK era AtNrM I MVACE. PAl COMMUNICATION. . . el..!.- M"- N- VnI " '7,, - xeunrr: liprrU M.il.aJiats oarticularly. iur ,.rral!y,nu .i..,u -nrxre . . fc5 ffeCt' ,njUr,U" fTth. fret tluu Ur f 'U' f " f y.. ..r. ...W. to rd t the word of ClJr. But icww. i A-a" MucU ry y- f th. U-Ltio- of th. St.. to u J V 'r'T- N ' iPi,d tUt.illir wUe -p.-i.u.t-r I- flimttft. of Bo.t Hon. .ImboKWr-V." rW U44ri..-. I 1 Uu ,l- K..icky LU.. Umr. i WtJr t1"11 k .onbUWy toproroth.tr.thof litorr- , uncixiiDC tUo eonimon ocuoot wem in peneuu tf,r0fboit Us .Ulo. Bat no louau u to mAt the serUon than to fu rnUh the r Tk Legislatare left the law aa feeble aa L fauna it. and to this hoar tha aystem e a WaaeUy ealy ia acattered fragweals! U btnrit isaaaWinea or are-tUrtp poai twn, uutur act we are cencraeJ aloli. with ,(ior;WN-and,...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 July 1848

"1 a" ' ft . . 3 . 1 -M 1 THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY JOHN H. HEYWOOD, KOBLE BUTLER, 1 ElHTOKl. J..C YAUGHAN, Conetponding Editor.. LODISVILLE::;:::::JULY 29. 1813. O" VT mhJ, ecrastettaZf , mwikr o (A tA kept, that by a perusal of it, Iktf may b is Wku Ma. very la the free State every txdy work! It is .considered, in them, the duty if all; be alone is held in diirepute who is an idler More. All classes really iff anl labor as honorable, it it tor all the natural, bra condition of man. Now aee Qi reilL The wealth of Boston is well known. We l.aveaerity in the Union ao rich. We doubt if many ricLer can be found In the world. How cornea this? The soil around is poor; Uif cli mate is aevei. What Boston has. Barton had to make to make by Lard aud constant toil. Whence, then, her advance? Because labor is inspected, and those w ho labor are more respect ed because they do so. One fact shows thia. In ISt5,outof 19,037 private families in Boston, 15,744 kept no ser vant; only 1,069 bad more tha...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 July 1848

I r-U ill tirvy. ... .-Mti ut lb dedication or tot . r.l l..irial.lliMCe OB Tuesday the 25tli paaaUIUI I, had already P0,llM,'1 onc jtha weather, aad pesin; shower with the ,wrmy ,pparnc of tu skie. Indicated th pro- tvulitvof further duutnpoiuiiueni. vvemea Ihi lo ccount for the comparatively small ..amber in attendance, whit Hi general Inter manifested in th undertaking, g-sv reason Lk fur au unusually larf assemblae;. We " ... a t t .nh.t.o our cititen should have rrjret that ;ej th .pproprisie auu ...T..,c iu uwe which cliararleriuej the occaaioa. Not Ibit the number prevent waa not highly eucour ariur and reapartaM it wae both; but cure , (U., aa objerl and euch inducements, ahoulj fca.eUeen of suflieieut power U disregard1 aud airrconie nioineutsry iuconveniene or appro bended nuoysuc. The discourse of the Her. Mr. Humphrey, ,.,..M we knew him to he, and much aa w tiperted, surpassed" all our auliripation. It aMitsl every element necessary to gratify and lartrurt aa enlightene...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 July 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. IM 14 Maa'e fraveriie. IT rilictl i. IDll- De yon ssk where oho has fled, Fansy.with tbe laughing eyee? Should I tail yea "ehe la dead." Yea weald mimic tears aad sigbe, A ad effect a aad earpriae. Yeeterweek, when yon were here, She tu silling ea year knee, Whisp'ringMorias ia yoarear, , . With aa air of mystery. And ft rogitUh glance at me. Fanny's heart vu always light, Light and free aa plumed bird; Wbea aha glanced within oar sight. Or her merry voice waa bear J, Moaic la oar hearta ru atirreJ. " Da yoa auk where Faaay hide! . I wilt tail yea by a4 ky . Look yoa, where the river flUee, la wbeee deptbs (ha ahadowalie , . Mingled of the earth and sky; Faany always loved that spot: There ber favorite flower grew Violet, forpet-me-Bot, A ad tbe iria, fold and blue. With its pearly bead of dew. Oft aa the old riulic bridge. Made of apple boagbn entwined. Hanging from each ntargia'a ridge , Lika a hammock ia tha wiad, Faany fearleaaly reclined. A ad aha'a told mo, ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 August 1848

, rm TlTT W: ' W A W M FKM'IP- 11D ; - " , " -' .jCiT-'v"' " i f'.;' : ,:!. a U .'i . . 't - i '- - . v.-wu, . ... ) ...,. ... - , , " I f - ' ' :, , ,. . , , 1 U .-. v.i 1 ! ui i.':)!:1 .-.:') :. . .-1' - . .-. . ..', r . . ... . . ": ' '" ',,! ; S, , ':'.'.fiPBOYB AIXTUINOS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." M ! : , , . , 1 V OLUME II. LOUIS1 KY.:' SATURDAY, AUGUST; 5, ;i848.- AVIIOLE NUaffiER GO. "tiiK EXA1M1NEU; TW wSS '" ADVANCE. . - - -rr lk I'MiUfMlUi ttfK..ckr. how.er.bd. I. tta h. Mrty roBCh daM d .kepticUm i reUUon to So kUkUand r the f . ..i:.. ..tiiutioa." pxlMf wilh pj-dic. .d lby wiU pwdon f LiUaOa isa".1" HJ I 7aUfr. IW tief aomUt t at wnbreciuj r lU croM error., i fct, lha mort jlaria b J ,yrd.iir. ia logic, lha moat eoutrtdictory m politica. la morality ud. t r.I.oB.if ao U they may Uaraby ward ttU I . coBclu-oa aaf-rormbla U their Wol inatilud 1 .Now, it t lo U eipcte4 thai peraona I M vaU fortifi lbT or eoDeiv uem ..II rroiind their arms without a 1 . .... .t . - i w...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 August 1848

VH "V"" 'v.v ; t ..; : ; s .' J . -. . " . , 'Vr1" 1 f t - . f . ' i k i m i I . .aaaaaae j -Mi i. V ; ? 1 k T; ;K ) J V v i , i Y ' V !" V ; A n ) i . - ! ;. (i j t : i ."PBOYE AU. THINCSj UOLD FAST JIUT.WHICII IS GOOD." r C : ; V, " . ' : ,. . ! VOLUME II. I .' 1 I ; LOUISVILL if ! :S 'rl Kirrla. i KY,: ' SATURDAY, AUGUST. 5, 1848 THK EXAMINER; TKKMKr ! TWV, POLI.4M rERAKt'K. IM ADVANCE 1 A U L SEYMOUR, 1 r,MTkMMIl.-NXI-Ti4 wufcertt.trd'Ctt, 4ft . Affe rtf.cw ! Cr tM.MTM'i rrjltcti: ' ! I. the pwceJinf BumberithMbwhowB ..wtty cocIuily. I Ui.k, Ik-t U fra. Sute. rfattira w7. nd De,r,y 411 ttt elmu,, Bf B.twaal wealth. TUi f oo4 CnuoBWllh f Ka-ucir. howwer, boBa it taoae who brffty ich i11 nd fc'ptel0 lB relt0B l !! U u and rj nmenU lKt caa U aJdnceJ r.liar UrtituUB." LJOeboBBd are tliw patlamra with pwjdic, mad Uwy wiU pardon WiaiJ JfcBMaitt. JtU,en tllli fil UCl f aUT7. iha they bihU Bat t embracing lb, araaaat error. iB Ucl, V not. parinK au- .urJiUrt ia lorif , th mot contradict...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 August 1848

THE EXAMINE R P. CtrSBY. ) JOHN II HK WOOP, &UELE EllLLF, J km roe J. C VAUGHAN, Corrmponding Editor. L0UISV1LLE:::::;:AUGUST 5M8iS. KJT IFic tend. oecatuimaUy. m. iumiW cxaatKEB 10 TfTsons ri art inutcrioerw, m Ik kp, that by a ytruxal of il, tkry may b in dued fa $ulcribt. CThe length of Mr. Corwin'a tpmh, and th notice of it comma iuratI by a valued fret), compels Us to lay over the Cunemimal and ' other ipterentirig matter, till next week. ." la wry aver the CI rave. . W are iaJebted 1 valued trie n J for th fob low in f incident la on of lit coaatiea f this Slater A few days since eight of oar citixens gath red together to dig a gray for aa ged aeigh- bor who liad departed tLia lifa. Whilst digging the grave llteeoaveraaUea turaad upoa lha va ry where absorbing suestioa Slsvarr. After a taataal expression of opiaioa eouie aao pro posed that a role should be taken expreaaive of tb opinions of those present, like result was that eevea out of the eight voted anti-slaver J ! Tb...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 August 1848

r ik whole Confederacy the mtn , ,1,- I a I lVl ouin Will CBtiH?" hi( UTrry , ,ht Territory en that 1- a UUIIIcnv s . ""J ItVnUed WTwtgnty endeavored te ttBty P" coutfCnX ,0 btm Inatitntiou. WiM 11iug wM the patrimony of Vir- f w "7,rj t0 the 1'nited "States; un mus ff j n t patrimony and nobly in. SoU i Union, f-rbu W ' Tlule " And. Sir, is ihere -Ion th historic P"tBf Virginia oier J M " , ,r,M thst of JrUron! -'.r 4 i-iVrccly a Virginian dares . - aa opinion routrary to u. muwi M ""'" I!-.-, ure.ed. And U it eo. ,haJ . . sow to be required for the sake of ,U imaginary balance or power, to carry ' "t; . cJbdUj w here il doe not now ex--:'rVi. S.r. - the question propounds by " . ,1 ;n. Senator from Verinoul 1 sat inn tk, j.very c.nnot I extended to the- Ter- ilarw- 1 ... 1.. ..Mni.liriiaii,l. V 1 tribunal ol ,,e ; J 7 , "If i ehefy feuld PiWy 'ul, e'ovuJeJ lUe Senate U right both a. lWprbsps a rosv -"" . briber siavary does not exist by Its ssy .i..fct this hour, la California? It...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 August 1848

. y e- ."ft - y-AA r. 1. . LITERARY EXAMINER. ' Thea are we haiioiest? -whea the light of mora Wakes the young roaesfrooiliMnrcriiriPWi rent; When cheerful aoituds ujiou. tUe (teak winds liorne, Till man resume Lis toil with blither tent, While the bright waters leap from rock to glea Are we the happiest thenf Ala, those rones! they will fade away. And thunder-tempesta will deform the fcky; Anl summer-beaU Ltd the spring buds decay; ' And the c4r sparkling fountain may be dry: And nothing beanleou may adorn the scene, To tell what it haa been. When are we hapmea? ia Ue crowded hall. When Fortun iuue&, and flatterers bend the sneer ILw fcooa how very aotaj Mich rrieaxure nail How fast niuot FaLsehood'n rainbow-colon ng ueer , , It poison flowreti leave the atingof care , We are not happy there! A re we not happiest when the evening hearth Is circled with its crown of Ltint flowers? Whea roKh round the laugh of harmless mirth, And when A flection froui Ler bright urn show eta Her ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 August 1848

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Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 August 1848

THE EXAMINER1 F. COSBY, JOHN 1L HF.YWOon, NOBLE BULEB. Editors. J. C. VAUGHAJf, Corretponding EdiW. LOUISVILLE:::::: AUGUST 12, 1843. O" IT 4d, ouadonaUy, m uLer of tX Exanunu U ix ram rA r not subscribers, fx ( ri Jkoor, fAf by a ytrmsaZ if,' tkey may bo in duCed uouhoeriha. ! - t wiuiaa rM., Near the twin of tho .ty of Philadelphia, write one, may be teen the spot where Penn made hia treaty with th Indians. It it in a nar row lane th granite monument recording the bloodies net is ia a ehip yard. No railing se cure it, and at ia surrounded by rubbith. The inscription upon it reads thna: . Treaty Ground of .'-. VTm. Pasn and the- ' Indian Native ': i8a. ' 'Unbroken fait.' ' Penn (bunded 1681 By deeds of Peace.' ...'.! Wm. Penn Born lt44. Died 1718. 0 Placed by Uxa Pa. Society. . ; A. Dt 1837. . To mark ThaSiteof The Great Elm Tree. Simply said! And how else akould great deeds be described' "This," fceid'Voltaire: w the only treaty ever made without blood, and the only one that n ve ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 August 1848

V.xarrm. ta. Asnsew. ' ' .iietica." of Uie Cnnerd line, ib" thereafter we re- a." f IbM fn nsptirs. with 1aiti'' iar m-e . .aa TTl"' : I. .. ,h ,ta vrtaila :. . i. in Anient" thirteen dys. '.: r.leiP llerrnsnu was sppo.nt- if" to 1W 'nlll touthampUn on iBurnusy, uie 4 i " "-.a and iwo o'clock a rtioay erce ticniber of irer. Mb. cl??i. ' beside 3Uchil- ut measurement goods j : " i-.-Me uimniitv oi wbitn is (fi;n. " j n,,re The total value oi me i'fllll aw.-. -1 . r-iE ri, riin.tU) sterling, the good ;onwu.-g ofmer.hunu.ae or the most ' France. ...nouiiitf continued totemf..uUined r t.an.uneut of the directed u. s.mMmirtuenteiB rigoronsly earned u""U tX,..on eeenw to PaU of recur- '.Trtli'Tce hostilities; Uie sittings ta) AfmMyre not intruded upon .'X ,eJM a ctmioroua mob, Uie disorder 10 "TI!:!i7 hi' their own Chamber; the theatres " "12 m'' of U' sl0Pl,','Pen, htTe 'umed rvi t, !.fle exceedinc'v deubUul whether ce-e on the ith inst, aa toiae of Valt .nliiuate. AlUiotigu uie rawiiug ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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