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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 April 1858

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Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 April 1858

1 r r --v.-- . -. . a, 1 - t 1 AILT $8 1 TBl-YTEEKLY $5 : VTEEKLT S3. " ' w. hy. pmtth, i . r ... , . IRA P. JOXES, I ... Offlee, If. 16, Deaderlek Street. :WZSXZSDAY,.. APEIL 7, 1858. Xha Leeompton Constitution Ameri can Tote. " The Tote of the American members of Con ferees on the bill to admit Causae a a slave State Is divided as follows : - , ,. ' - . . t SENATE. . Aif Messrs. Houston, of Texas, Keancdj, of Md., Thompsoa, of Ky 3. Not Messrs. Bell, of, Tcnne-ee, ' Crltten ; den, of Kentucky 2. HOCdE. Aye Mpssrs. Anderson and TTnod-aon, of lVfbsttouri, Kufttis, of La., Hill and Trippe, of Oa., and Maynard, Ready and Zollicortcr, of Tennessee 8. " . Ncta Messrs. Davis, HarrN and Ricaud, of . Gilmer, of X. C, and Marshall and Uu- derwood, of Ky. C. Inasmuch as all of th above mouibers of the lower branch of Congress, were, until two or three weeks before tbe questioi was taken, ' iafavor of thepaeagi of the Sjnate bill, we ' are not without hope that tho-"; who changed their ground...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 April 1858

X r x NASHVILLE: "WEDNESDAY KORNING, APEIL 7, 1858. i .- : : ; - t -jS The memU-rs of the Rbbertsou'A.'ao ciation are requested to mott at tbe office of the President at 9 o'clock this morainp, to attend the funeral of their deceased brother, IIenbt Masey. . .- ,-. JEST Thrf dip robers of the Nashville Ear and all transient brethren are requeste d to meet this morning at the office of Michael Vacuhx, Esy.. at 9 o'clock to attend the fune ral of their deceased brother ILsnry Maxet. . FTbe members of the Delta Kappa EfoiLos Fraterxitt are r'qti sUd to meet at the office of John- A. & It. II. McEwk.v this morning at 9 frclock, to attend the funeral of their deceas.d broth- r, IIexky Manet.' Ap propriate badges will le pri pared. Sale op Citt Lots. Sp dilators in roal state should not foriT'-t the t-ale of lots to-diy by W. A. HosaXvs. The t-ale ill take place at 11 o'clock, A. M., on the premises. No more d -sii-able property has been pat in mar ket within the paht year, and althou...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 7 April 1858

f . J -v. - t, -. r.-r . - -- . , . : ; " ?Or'-ff " V t P.? k "- 'T'.f'r 00 rpjwtlort);iT: , ::. illt5CCllonf0U5. V vttnnnnau. Jnsnranrfa (Eronsjjortflliori."" -u , - i 1 1. - . . a iaa m 1 -j 'I ' 'r-','" " V i" ". 9 9 . 1 " - "-' " - - - - ' - - - - - . - . ii . , i ii .1 , 1 Government of the United States ' The Execntire.' ' Jaw BvdLUU3,of P.;Yeufn if Ike V. Stale Joa Baaanuiaxlof Ky.,T- President. ... . - r - . r The Cabinet. . r Ixwn Cam, of ltfcbjgaa, Secretary tf Stats. l HowsxL COBB, of Georgia, Secretary rtke Trxnntrf. . Isaac Tor err, of Connecticut, Secretary the .Vaejr. - Johx B. Tlotd, of Virginia, Secretary af War. Jraxxui H. Black, 'of Penn., .sfforsey Oeneral. Jaoob Thompson, of Who. , Secretary tf(ht Interior. Aasox V. Bsow, of Xeon., Pmtmader General. -. . r- . Tb Judiciary. " . . SUPREME CO CRT OK THE UNITED STATES. Roan B. Taicit, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Job McLsaji, of Ohio, Associate Justice. . Jambs M. Wat!, of Georgia, Jons A. Camhsm, of Ala.,' " w ,Joh ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 April 1858

..... ... ..-5- ... - t , a....... " aav.ar rwc- P-;w-?..ilF-'-S!'; 1 J -"--llIr..l MUIJMIL l"llMIHIIIIIIM Jill II III- ''ml t,v-----a- tt J- -i-aJt -'.-.-- i UATloS OF ABVritTlSFNG. TT ( te uvn o r88 to o.vs-mi ia a orw- 1 One fcquare 1 clay. S I 00 sacb ad al bistro on 1 week, 3 00 each addit ai square 1 to 2 00 S 0t) LiLJ " , . month, 00. " " 1 moniiig 0U 4 t 4t JO y0 , 41 u 5 i 18 Ou 4t 4t 12 M - 5 00 4 60 i 00 8 oe 10 oo Pally, per annum, -.. ...'$. 03 Tri-Weekly, per luiiiuui, 6 00 Weekly, par annum, ...'3 00 One Weekly fur two yours, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 00 When the l'aily, 'JYj-Weekly, or Weekly is to be disiccntintied (iniid iu advance ut the time subscribed f,i), the aubscribor must order, niherwtsj ii will be ciMitiuuc.1, at our option, uut.1 paid for ami t.lopfcd. If not paid, it must bo paid at the tane if discontinu ance, or at our option. If tlie mrly is good, it K ill btt ent until paid. KeniiiLinces by mall, in " registered" letters, at our Ti...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 April 1858

51 patriot AELY tSi TEI-WEEXXY $5 : WEEKLY S3. ; SBX1TH, CAMP Sc CO., '- rmorKirroM. - .. W. HY. SMITH, Ofllee, Wo. 16, Deaderfck street. THTTBSDAT,. ...APRIL 8, 1858. Sevranee Goal Bod. .Having just returned from a visit to the "a j -c il. o r are glad to lay before our render what infor mation we could glean about the future supply of coal for Nashville, and the prospect of aa early completion of the above company'8 railroad. From our own judgment, and what the workman told ns, we think the road will be finished in about two months. Lately, the progresa of the road has been unavoidably delayed by a mountain elide upon the track. The company are now taking precaution against a similar accident, by cutting a track way through the solid rock, at the place where the accident happened, and near by the site of the great Southern University. J Beyond the cut now being made the track of of the Sawanee road is being daily laid, and is now within four mile of the end. Sixteen miles are alre...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 April 1858

TV. N ASH VI LLE: THTJSSDAY MOBNTNG APBH, 8, 1858. r- Abmstrono &. Co., hare yet on hand & ot of the celebrated Peabody Prolific Seed Com, which, those of our farmers who desire to teptlto marvelous product! veneas, will note. Thoy have also just received a fret?h supply of Ohio apples, of superior flavor. The Gaiett. Mies Eliza Louax opens her engagement ia tbis city with the drama of E"xdne. She has a host of admirers in Nash Yillti, and we hope they will give her a wel come to-night such as she deserves and which they seldom fail to accord to merit Aesthetic There is a mysterious connec tion between beauty and goodnet-s a connec tion waich will appear the more intimate the longer it is reflected upon. Goodness is itself moral beauty, and leauty is the expression of goodness an expression which is itself good nv, a goodness which is its own expression. Eicb ia the fit next of things. Texas Laxoh. The Texas Legislature hxs justpawda bill op?ning almost the whole domain of t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 April 1858

x ' -1- -cr-.-o -- ---s ss-s. Gorernmcnt of the Tniled Stales- The Executive. ' Jams BccBAJf ax, of Pa.,rwiurm C State Jems C. BauEXTUBG, of Ky., Vice Pretvteni. The Cabinet. trwm Caw, of Michigan, Secretary Sti'e. Homoi. Cobb, of Georgia , Secretary nftke Trenrury. ISiicToTCTT, or Connecticut. Secretary if the .Vary. Join B- Fiats, of Virginia, Secretary of War. ' Jeremiah H. Bunt, of Penn., A lorn .-y General. Jacob Tuompsosi, of Mi5S., Secretary nf the Interior. Aabox V. Brows, of Tenn., Pott matter General. J? The Judiciary. srrr.EME cockt ok thk united statr'. Booth R Tantt, of Maryland, Chief J..tice. Jobs McLka. of Ohio, Associate Joe tice. James M. Watte, of Georgia, " " Jrm A. CAJtrmn i, of Ala., " " ' Joh Catro, of Tennesee, " Pvte V. DaMW., of Virginia, " " SiKriR. Ketkw , of New York, ' " RobkrtC. Grxkr, of Penn., " " ST- Curmm, of Maine, " " The salary of the President is :.'i.ooo per annum that of the Vice President t't.ooo. Each member of the Cabinet receive ja.rflOpe...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 April 1858

;IlATjES OF ADVCllTISloVG. - . ( rma xnrm oa in rs coast : in i a eer am. One Square 1 day, 1 00 eachad'sJ tcsoruoa t M " - 1 week, I 00 each addJt al iquara I M M " weeks, 4 V - -- S M month, 6 00 - - " ' i CO " "' u i mouths 9 00 '" J 4 a u " l 12 00 " " A oa " " "woo, . : a ' li' 24 00 " " 1 00 BTMWAS1 r AT rLEAWRB. . - I . .1 tekhs: : ' PmiljTj per annum, $. 00 Trt-Weekly, per annum (00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies . for one year, in advance, 600 When tue liaily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly to to be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed Tor), the subscriber tnust order, otherwise it will be continued, at mir option, until tid lor and stopped. If not paid, it ramt be l at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. .If the parly is good, it will be ent until paid. - Remittances by mail, iu - registered" letters, at our rink. . PUBLISUED DAILY, TRI WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY. BY SMlTIi, CAMP, & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. One Square, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 April 1858

Mjuillc Patriot '-AXLY $3 : TEI-WXEZ1Y $5 : "WEEKLY t3. smith, CAitir & co;, PRormirroiia. W. HY. SMITH, Ellitort. IRA F. JONES, Office, Wo. 16, Deaderlck street. TEH) AY,. -APEIL 9, 1858. 91 r. Hell'" Speech. We commence this morning the publication of Mr. Bell's Sp "ech oa t'.i; admission of Kan sas as a elave State. DiflV-ring a we do, most radically, with our distinguished Sena tor, upon this important question, we yet du sire that the readers of the Patriot shall have the advantage of learning his views as utUT ed on the floor of the Senate. This much is due to him as a revered and trusted political ' chief; and we accord it freely and cordially. The ppeech was delivered on the 18' h of March, hut did not appear in print until the 2d Inst., owing to the great length of the Kan sas debate, which has fairly overrun the Daily Gil, although to keep up. extra sheets have Leea devoted to it almont daily. Kana-Lccoinptou Constitution. SPEECII OF HON. JOHN BELL, OF TEXNKS.SEK. Is t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 April 1858

R NASHVILLE: FRIDAY M0ElniffG,..........APaUl9, 18S8, We prmimft the children, and lovers of fun generally, will not forget that the Circus holds forth " this eveniug aud to-night. t?T The House of In.just.-y, iu this city, was diHcorered to lie on fire yesterday about 11 o'clock; hat was extinguished proinptly, and without serious d.unagi;. Cobrectiox. Yesterday in onr remarks on the Sewanee Coal Road, we Inadvertently a;d there were thru, of Page's patent paws used in a neighboring ruill, when we should have suid Theatre. Hiss Eliza Lou an inadi' her ap pearance at the Gaiety lm-t niirht. as Evadn, in the play of that title, and made, as she al ways do s, a profound iniprocion. I L-r fur prising elocution, her grace of movement, and her singular power of adapting herself to the heroine of the play, so as to l.e her own identity, were never more enY-ctive, Her inarch has been onward during the years which hare elapsed 6iuce phe last fill d an en gagement here, and well may her frie...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 April 1858

I (Cincinnati. -prusfllsts. Cransparlalian. O Government or the United States-' f "; ' ' Th Executive. . " f Ijim BrcHAXA.f ,of PaFretufmf offA C Stale ' " Jobs C. Brsct sntaxit, of Ky., Fic President. r The Cabin. .' " lJtWBi Cxm, of Michigan , .Secretary if State. How TO. Can, of Georgia , Secretary nf the Treasury. . t Isaac Tor err, of Connecticut. Secr&ary cf the Aa . Jowt B. FioTB, of Virginia, Secretary tf War. r ... Jkot aruH H. Black, of Penn., Attorney Oeneral. ' Jaoo TanMrwty, of Miss., Secretary of the Interior. Aakos V. Brows, of Tenn., Postmaster General. The Judiciary. ffUPREWE COCRT OF THE UNITED STATES. RocBM P. Tastst, of Maryland, Chief Justice.' Joe McLsax. of Ohio, . Associate Justice. Java M. Watxm, of Georgia, " - " Jove A. Cajifw-J., of Ala., " " Join Canuw, of Tennessee, " " Frni V. rxrei, of Virginia, M . rtNTJr, of New York, Row rrC. Gam, of Penn., " " NaTiiA Cijffow, of Maine, ' " The salary of the President i r.'S.OOO per annnm that of the Vice Presi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 April 1858

ss 4 1 I, ilosljuillc patriot. RATES OF ADVERTISIlVQe f nar uxxs oa lbs to odsbiiuis a SQCaaz. Oae Square 1 day. I 1 00 each ad'al maerUoa t9 M VI PATRIO 1 week, s 00 escaaddit 'also. aar a 2 weeks, 4 iO " " iM J month, a 00 " " " 00 1 moctiis 0 00 " - 4 M i 12 oo " ft oa u u k I ' TERMS t Daily, per annum, JS 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 5 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 00 When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be discontinued (jiaid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber moat order, otherwise it will be continued, al our option, until (aid Tor and stoped. If not paid, it ronM be aiil at the tune of di."coi.tinu ance, or at our option. IT the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our rihk. " " 6 ' IS 00 " " tOO 12 " 25 00 " 18 00 KCMViau st rutasraa. One Square, one year, 30 each addmenal square fl9 Written nonce most be given to take ont and st...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 April 1858

Ifeljmllc patriot. . AUY t8 : IEI-WEEZLT t5 : WEEKLY $3. SMITH, CAMP Sc CO., FBOFKIKTORS. W. HT. SMITH, PM,, IRA P. JOKES, ,ralterJ- Offltt, Jto. 16, Deaderlck Street. 8ATTJBDAY, APEIL10, 1858. Kmi Lecompton C'oiiMItullon. SPEECH OF HON. JOHN BELL, OF TENNESSEE, I tbs United States Senate, March 18, 1858. CONTInTED. The Legislature -l..-ctei iu OctoVr, 1856, met In January, 1857, and, in conformity w ith the vote of twenty-five hundred of the people in the preceding Octclx-r, they pnwd ati act providing for the election of delegates on the loth of June to a convention to meet in the following September. Governor Walker made bin appearance in the Territory in May. lie published an address to the people of the Ter ritory, which was declared to be in conformity with the views of the President and bin Cabi net. In that addrewj he assured the people of bid determiuation to use every means in his control to prevent all disorder and violence at the election to be held on the 15th of June, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 April 1858

a t NASHVILLE: SATURDAY JffOEJHITG,......APILIL 10, 1858. ff? Senator Davis, of Miss., is represented to be in a very critical phyBical condition. He has lo6t the sight of cue eye. 3Tm Shields kcIIs aain thia morning at 10 o'clock. The ptock is much varied, con sisting ot carriages, second hand furniture, &c, Ac. jper Hancock county, in Ohio, boasts of her Shanghais. There was chipped from the depot at Findlay. for the week endiu; April 1st, 284 barrels of eggs, mukiug 22,020 dozen! This is a good beginning. Tf" Edwix Paschal, Su'n.,haa taken charge of the editorial department of the Franklin Review. A thorough cellular, and a writer of great vigor and force, Mr. I will make the Review one of the ablect political journals in the South. St. Locw Elections. It was bad enough for the black republican ticket to triumph in St. Louis and our telegraphic reporter at Louisville, need not have m-ide it worse by putting down the majority at eight or ten thousand when it was eleven huntlrt...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 April 1858

IKrrrtonj. Government of the United States- t ; The Executive. t Jakes BrauxaX.or Pa. , Praidmi of the U. Stated Jobs C. Bkxckktrxdgb, of Ky., Vice Pretvlent. - Tbe Cabinet. Ijewb Cat, or Michigan , Secretary nf Stat. ' Hpirmi Cobb, of Georgia, Secretary of th Treamry. Isaac TorCBT, of Connecticut. Secretary qflhe A'ary. Jobs B. Flotd, of Virginia, Scrrrlnry of War. Jkkemub H. Black, of Penn., Jlffimey. neutral. Jacob Tbompwhc, of Mis., Serrrtnry nf the Interior. AaROS V. Bbows, of Tenn., Pottmatter General. .". " The Judiciary. rCBRESrE COCRT OP THE rNiTFTI STATES. Roger B. Taxtt, "f Maryland, Chief Justice. Jobs SIcLriir, of Ohio, Associate Justice.. Jw 5T. VTtTct, of Georgia, " " Jmr A. Caxracxx, of Ala., " " Joni Catwv, nf Tennessee, " " Pbter V, rtAXiBt, of Virginia, " Snxra. Nkiw, of New York, " " RobkktC. RnBi, of Penn., " " ; NaT Cliftohi), of Maine, " " TT- -alary or the President is $?5,000 per annum that or the Vice President $,nfio. Each member of the Cabinet receive t.1...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 April 1858

RATES OP ADVERTKI1YG. Uttsljuillc fatriot. ( ie tea o ih to oommrri a tOFaJts. 1 1 1 " !. ' v i :.: On Square 1 day, $ 1 00 each ad'al lnserUoo M , , " : l week, I 00. each addit'al square 1 Hi S weeks, 4 60 j " ; - 2 0a J " . X month, e 00 " " 00- " ' 1 months 9 00 " , . u- - M " I " 12 00 " " " t 00 5 IS 00 " " " $ 00 . " u " aw " u - lo oo Rrxrwisii ay rtiasnrr. . TEIlMSt Daily, per annum, .. $S 00 . Trl-Weekly, per annum, i 00 Weekly, per annum, - 1 00 One Weekly (or two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 When the llaily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is tu be discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until paid for and stopped. If nut paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If the party is good, it will be sent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. . PUBLISUED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLT, AND WEEKLY, BY SSTITn, CAMP, &...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 April 1858

ita5l)Mllc patriot. AILT $81: TEI-WEZZLT $5 : WEEKLY $3. S2H1TH, CA.1IP Jc CO,, raopsrrroits. W. HY. SMITH, , ... ., TRa P. JOVCS. f Office, No. 16, Deaderlcic S treet. MONDAY : APRIL 12, 1858, JTIr. Bell' Speech. The concluding portion of Mr. Belt.'r speech will be found in our columns this morning. During the past eix monthB we have presented our vicwa upon all the points, made by the diBtinguifiht d Senator, to which we dissent, and we do not deem it n cet-sary, at this time, to reproduce them all. There is one point, however the irregularity in the election of delegates to the constitutional convention, owing to the alleged failure cf the territorial authorities to register the voters in nineteen counties, upon which Mr. Bell dwells with so much emphasis which we shall, to-morrow, take the trouble to clear again of all its mys tifications. - So soon as the Glof publishes the fpeeches of Gen. Zollicokkkb and the Hon. Mr. Reaut, we shall spread them before the readers of the Patki...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 April 1858

NASHVILLE: MONDAY UOBXIKG, APBIL 12, 1858. pSf A complimentary benefit to Manager Crup is suggested. We second the motion, and hope that it will be made remunerative. Soda 'Water Oar young friends Messrs. Wells, Hoofer & Co., Druggists on Cedar street, Lave just fitted op the finest Soda Foun t we Lave ever seen in this city. To the Ladies. S. P. Anderson, on Union street, has recently enlarged and fitted his store up hand-omely, and has jus-t received a large stock of Ribbons, Laces, and every kind of Bonnet Trimmings, also many other articles in his line. Give him a call. Personal. Our worthy and esteemed friend Geo. E. Pkow.v, Ekj. of St. Louis, formerly of this city, has entitled himself to our fin cere and hearty thanks, by his unremitting efforts to promote our welfare and comfort, in oar business and social relations with the citizens of St. Louis, during our recent visit to that city. The Comixo Scxveh. It is said that the Earl ot Rosse, one of the firt-t astronomers iu ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 April 1858

pirwtorij- Government of the United States- The Executive. Jixsa Brauwjis, of Pm.,reriim o(A n StaUtf Jams C. BaJKiEonnc, of Ky., Fic Prerident ' The Cabinet." J 1 liww Cam, of Michigan , Secretary of Hate. v Hownt. Cora, of Georgia, Seerefaty of the Trmrury. biif Torcrr, of Connecticut. Secretary rftiie Nary. Jown B. Funro, of Virginia, Secretary of War. Jtmui H. Buck, of Penn., AUnrney General. Jacob Tbohtsoji, of Miss., Secretary of the Interior. Aaso.f V. Bmoww, of Tnn. , Pottmarter General. The Judiciary. FUPREXfE COCRT OF THE UNITED STATES. Rnnaa P. Tainrr, of Maryland, Chief Jnrtk-fc Jmr MrTJus, of Ohio, Associate Justice. Jjiam M. Whtxt, of Georgia, " " Joint A. Caarwnx, of Ala., , " " Jrorr Cjcrno, of Tennemee, " " Prnw V. Turcna, of Virginia, " " PAwnn. Nrtsnw, of New York, ' " Robkht C Grikr, of Penn., " " " Jfami Ci.rrroRp, of Maine, " " The salary of the President In 25on per annum that of the Vice President $1,000. Each member nf the Cabinet receive 9,nnn per annnm. Th...

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