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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 March 1851

TUB KENT COUNTY MASSA CRE. jjlltTITlIER PAKTlCULAItS. Wrpublished a week or two since a biief account of the murder of four individuals in Kent County Maryland. Below will be found full particulars of the outrage. The tragedy was enacted, it is thought, nbout half past six on Thurs day evening. Mr. Cosden, who was a most worthy, industrious, and highly respectable young farmer, had just risen from the supper tabic, and was about taking a scat by the fire, when ho discovered a man standing outside of the window with a gun leveled at him. which he fired instantly, the ball taking effect, and ho fell. The man who (ired the gun then came to the loor, and, finding it fastened, knocked a panel out with the muzzle of his gun. and putting his hand in, removed the fastening, loading to the inference that ho knew exactly how it was fastened. On opening the door, Mrs. Cosden and Miss Cosden ran to the opposite corner of the room, when he leveled his gun again, and fired, the ball taking effect...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 March 1851

1! Atlions Female Acauomy, - M)E S-fCUIIll .Ses-i ui o inc Ai!i ii Ft' ii ii I m iltf A i-u'Ij iii v . mi, I. r Hi" ii si r-. lil.iuiigniieul o! Mil!- O.J will ri.iiniirnce oil I lie 1 ill day i l' 1'Vbru- i Br. ISM. From tin- "eneral sa i ,sl,irti"ti express.',! , v 1 1, e patrons til liif A'M'i'-mv. at " inaii'.ii in wliieu !'" i:.sniu'i"ii aa'-'l dunm! Hit- Fi'st ssion, Hi.- Tru.-iHi t ore warranted in eivina a-sunnc U pa rents wlio have . Mushier" ' '" " 1,1111 lin y will be nr.'.nl;" I in t"'V desire l,v plucim Hieni tiiltr lhe cur" el Mis-Mar.-hhiiiks. Prof. G. 1!. Kn.mik "'i'l (niiiii ii the i. I il His r i -1 1 1 1 ,t 1 i m as a T. .-t ot M '!-! I. ml iii i"H' " ' i MV .., it iKi - n III r ".I I '1 In It ' - llli'il' t on's I I'' ' i'l lo mliets ti t in 'I'll" llli'HUI I .1 ,.-i,i,vj, Klif II il I i:i I ! il t : :ioii - will Ii" as I'"' I" -: M ...II,,,,. P.- i liM-.'Vrri r 'lie, Ivijii-li I 5r -is tit: r . I.lphv. Fr...p',. Ii 'Il an I S,li. ciiii'.'hs, M iili'"i' i .V rid ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 March 1851

TORN PAGES $ X nnin - in i ATHENS POST. BY SAM. P. 1VINS. TERMS! TIIR POST will -ie published every Friday t J per year, p-iyahln williin thri'n months from the time ol snhscrihing; $2,50 in six months or $3 if payment is dcliiy eit until the expiration of tho year. Aiivrbthi'.mevts will be charged $1 prr Square of 13 liiiRR (or less) for the lirst insertion, lml -2.i emits fur each cimtinuinicn. A liberal lie liictimi made to those who advertise hy the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they des're tliem inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged ucoordiiiidy . ft7" Foriiniiniiiifiin; the mimes of candi dates for office Tiiskk I)ui.i.", ("ash. Job Work,siioIi us Pamphlets, M inules, Cir culars, Cards, UlunWs, Handbills, &n., will he executed in n neat mill wnrkmunlike mnnner, at short notice, anti on reattmnhle terms. All letters nddreVo.il to thi proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended to. Persons at n distance se'ndw...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 March 1851

ATHENS POST. S. I. IVIV4. Kditnr and Proprietor. TF.R MS a near, pmnhle vilhin three mnnVm from the time nf ntlmrihins: Ji.iillirt t mtil'i'.nr t'inl l.'ir rrnirnlinn of llie year, V7 A i pijfr Hifrnnlimird until nil arrenr- f i ire pnid, except at the option oj llie run lithet. Fir 'ii'i'i'iirirtif the nametnf candidate! for ffice fl. Can''. ATHH, I'RIDVV, M4HCII 21, 15:. (tCT W. TiinMov, is the authntizil tjeni fur thp "Post," in I lie city ul Iinlii more, MJ. Sr77 i'''i';7'"' in announce Col. JOs'lAII V. .NIKR'N ni candidate f r ri pVptinn f-T Renrpspnialivn from Ihp Tit i nl Congressional District. Wo am niitlmri""'! and rpqifslpd to nti'Miiipn WM. McKAMY a n nitulidnip i iP1,rpo,t McM inn ciiiMtv in the popular branch of the, npxl Lf2i1'Uire. flj- Wo nro nn'Iinri7,'fl and reqn s'ed tn unn-iniiPM t'm'. G W, MORGAN, nf Mutt-m-, n n camli'ln'P (nr .1 ini Hpprps-iln-livn from the counties nf Polk, MeMinn and Monroe. Wo nr. ntrlinrlz'xl and rpqtu's'edtn rr Joint K-nrpseniativo in hw...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 March 1851

TORN PAGES ROMANCE AND TRAGEDY. Mnny of our readers will remember a scries of articles entitled "Three weeks on n Cotton Plantation," which appeared in the Republican a twelve month since, or more. In one of those articlcslthe romantic history of the planter, whose hospitalities the writer so gratefully recalled, was briefly given. He landed at Natchez, a boy. He had come down the Ohio and Mis sisiippi on a flat boat, with his father, and his father's partner. There his father died, and was buried, and there the boy was left by the heartless part ner, without a picayune. Naturally shrewd, he soon picked up business old tickets for the theatre, did errands, peddled knick-knacs, &c, until ho grew up to be a proper size for larger operations. He then became owner of a dray, then a number of drays, then of negroes who drove them, then of a small plantation, near Natchez, then of an immensely large plantation LMilliken's Bend, above Vicksburg. Here he went into speculations, and t.r....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 March 1851

TORN PAGES 0?' (tint 1 iiiliC ?o:.:?.Io Academy Cteam rail IE D m;,,. ,"ll.!,t;l tlliiiageiin'iit (i1 will 1'ii'iH'i' iiCi' oil ar". xl . Fm.ii :: by the p-lt in, in ; t i i age ! i ! : r : :. arc '.v i'i .r. rent- w i ' 1 1 1 1 r-v wdi pi hmi ; i " Ular-I ill ill lie iiii.li r ill i i . . i . ill ilav Athens K.'- i' li : rr nil'! iciiniM.'S 1. 1' Fel.ru- I t: 1 ,...!'!tll'lll V ' inj ll.f- i.:; i in ;. tin i. r i; IH"V f .i r re-fed III li." ' 1 III ill ' I'i USlt f 111 pa III', that !.'in' bv of M.s- ll . 1 : i: n ' r i.l M'l Ml! T each f ay i'.nv ii 11'' 0 t , I ! i f ' r s l) Tii" lui' ill h" :.s p"!li'i. ii II", F'l '. r iji'iv. Fier.-'i. It Plj'li,'.:, I'..- .J.ll V . 1 1 1 v . V Priw in.', Mn -io mi ' Hi r- i i-I i-ii'iiiiiiic m tiic repot, .Moll ilS n III'. ss.'., V I" i I, s ij i t'lfi.-n -. .,.-, i: il- sin ii, .ii'... I X ;ir :i 5 mi.! iii.ii' . I I .ill"- I l.icog- .00 "Mi-!l I,llli ,' ,':.ral l'l- Ill.'idell! Tn- Trii Several ii! i'i ' 1 I'.ie ! if - i i H 1 in nl n:l i...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 March 1851

POST. BV SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TUNN., FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1851. VOLUJIK 3. NLLM1SKR 131. TUG POST will "9 published every Friilny it 9 j per year, payable within three months from the time ol subscribing I .$J,-Vd in six months or .$.') if piiy incut is delayed until the expiration of tho year. AllVKRTHKVKNTS Will lie. charged $1 pi:r square of 1-2 linns (nr les) for the first insertion, and ja cents for each continuance. A liberal '('eduction iirulo to those who advertise by the year. Persons scudim; advertisements must murk thn nuniher of timoa they desire them meTtnl, or they will lie continued until for bid ninl charged aecnnliiiijy . For announcing (tit) names of enndi iflntes for olfico Tiiiihb Doi.i.aiis, Cash. Jon Work, such in Pamphlets, .Minnies, Cir culars, f'unls, Blanks, Haii.lliil's, .tc, will be executed in u neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, unil on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will lie promptly attended to. Persons...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 March 1851

V - - c r . .t " Y-. . i-r'su- -sr. ' 1 rmJQmisif;-:r.-i. ATHENS POST. 9. I 1VIV, l-'illtnr and Proprietor. TRHMS.-i.-1n H'ar. pannMr vi'l'ilii Ihrrr month! from the limi' f tiihtrriliiw: ; jMHiii (iwil'n.ir S'nl Ihr i rn! ralinn nflhi- icar. A") mit-r ilivtnlhniril until all a r rear- .- i j il. -...i: . ..f ll.n I1., It- 1 ttet are paid, esrrpl al the option of the Pith tinhrr. Fir nininiirituzthn nanus of ranilidatrs for eflire ft. Cash. T-'O'l (JOVRISVOrt, fiCV. WW. B. IUI!MM:l1, OF SMITH rOCNTV. 1'OIJ COS:U'. JOSTUI . ANDERSON OF MA II ION riU'STV. ATHFA. J'HIDAV, MARCH IH.',: tyy W. Tno.Mnv atrsnl for ihe "Post," more, Mil. , is the authorized in ihe ciiy ol LJalii- t!r""P" We nr n ii'ioriz"(' in announce Col. JOSIAH M. ANDERSON ns a camli.1tp fr rr election for Representative from IIip Tliird Congressional District. Jt;j Wb arr authorised and reqifstpd 10 announce WM. Mi;! A MY a n rindi'late to Ipprpspnt jMcMinn eonnlv in (Iip popular branch of llin next i "In I n rr. ffc5 W...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 March 1851

j 7 THE BOUNTY LAND LAW. Department of the Interior. Washington, March 15, IH51. Sir : I herewiih return nil tho pu pers connected with the nppcnl, pray ed by Mr. George B. Sargent in the case of Fielder Walker, from your decision in regard to tho assignability of land warrants under the act of September 28. 1850. y I have, without hesitation, affirmed your decision. Shortly nfier the pas sage of the act, I had occasion to ex . amine, with great care, the question of the assignability of warrants issued under it. I then decided that they were not assignable, and that decision, with the reasons on which it was founded, was published in the news papers. The correctness of that judgment has not, I believe, been seri ously questioned; but, on the contrary, I have been assured, by oi e or more of the committee who prepared the bill, that it was in exact conformity with their intentions. I have seen no reason, therefore, to chanire tho opin ion which I then deliberately formed. Indeed. ! ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 March 1851

s cjUrtirwrn"ii' Athens Female Academy. niHE Second Session of Hie Alliens Ec- mal Aciuli in V . under the champ ami management ol MtssO. E. Ma nc it ranks, will commence on ilie 17ili Jay of Febru ary. 1851. From tiif genpral satisfaction expressed by the palm. is of the Academy, al Ilie manner in which liie institution was man tled durius the First Session, the Trustees re warranted in aiving nMii .nicf to pa rents win) have daughters n educate, ibal they will be gratified II they desire by placins them under the care ol Miss March hanks. Prof. Ci. It. Kz.sr.K will fmiiinue intlic Musical Department 1 i is reputation as a Teacher ol Music n nd-rs n uui-ecissiiy lo ay any i in r2 in nyard 10 Ins (publica tions, lie w i'I l U've 1 " 'I J'-sited toothers not members of llif School. The luinun I'cps and iiiciJenl.il expenses will He as follows: Spellinj, Sva.linL',Vriiin;.Ari:lime tic, English (.iraiiimar ami Ceoy raphy, -00 French, Italian and Spanish I.nnr guases, Milheuiaiics, Natu...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 April 1851

POST wr SAM. P. IVINS. ATIII5XS, TKNN., FRIDAY, AI'KIL 4, 1851. VOLUME 3. MJMKttl!. 132. TEiiJIS: THE POST will 'le published every Friiln nt $3 per year, payable within thren mouth' from the time at subscribing; $,.ril) in i hiontha or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the yenr. AnvK risKMKNTS will be charged $1 per Square of 12 line (or Ins) for the first insertion, hnd 25 centa for each continuance. A liberal 'deduction made to those who advertise liy the year. I'emoni lending; advertisements .most murk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will he continued until for bid and charged accordingly . ft-For announcing the names of enndi inlet for office Timet; Doi.nns, Cash. Jon WonK, sne.h as Pamphlet", Minnies, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &n., will be executed in n neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, ami on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at n distanc...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 April 1851

v ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINS, Editor and Proprietor. TKHMS.$-2 a year, payable Kithin three months from the time of subscribim; : $3,511 1 Smonlhs.or $Hot the expiration of the year. rrrJVii paper discontinued until all arrtar b'cYarc paid, except at the option of the lub- " For announcing the name t of candidate for tfUce $3, Cask. . FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. XM. . CWBELL, OF SMITlf COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, JOSIAn M. ANDERSON, OK MARION COt'STV, "ATHENS, FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 15 Meeting of the Diiifctubv. Tho nexi regiilar meeting 'f the Directory of the East Tennessee unci Gcnr-ris Kii'rnnrt (.urn piny will take place on Wednesday, the 9ih of April. The Cirenit Court for McMinn cotin ty meet it Athens on Monday the 14ih day of April. Wn would surest to llmso who have not settled their accounts with this of fice for ihe past year, to uvail themselves of the- earliest opportunity to do to. Court week will be a ifavorab!o time for most of them. frj-Jn our co'timna t-Vay wiM be found ' a Card I'nm one...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 April 1851

A HORRID MURDER. Several letters were received this morning bv Col. Mne Rne, Postmas ter of this town, giving the particulars or a shocking murder and robbery which were perpetrated in this vicini ty on the night of the 3d instant. The particulars are in substance ns fol. lows: A negro trader, named Tillman tt, from Guilford county, had em jfSloyed a worthless fellow named Pitt, from Edgecombe count j, to travel with him and his negroes He had n negro man, four girls or women, nnd a child, a horse and wagon, and a horse and buggy. Coming from Virginia, they camped about a mile from this town on the night in question. After supper, the negro. ncnordingMo his own confession, killed his master by two blows on the head with an axe, having been induced to do the act by Pitt. They immediately started off. reached a river about 1 miles, sewed up the body in the tent cloth, with stones, and threw it in the river, where it soon sunk. This was on the road to Elizabeth. From the description of...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 April 1851

Athens Female Academy, r"MlE Second Wimi of t h e Athens I'V- male Aeadtiiiv. under the eiiare and management i)l MissO. F.. Maiicii banks, will commence oil iliu 17ili day ul t't-lru-ary, 18.31 . . From the genera! Siilisfaclion oxpressctl by ihe patrons of this A ruJciny. at the manner in wliicli ilic institution ins man aged during ilif Ki-st Smo.i. the Irtish are warranted in "ivm" ii.-sur.in.'e to pa rents who have ilai.hiers to nl.Ri.te. that Ihr-y will he gratified in r.ll lliey dcs.re by placm-i t'"-'" un'ltr ,l,e care 01 ' Alarchbanfis. , Prof. !. I!. Knauk will continue mthe Musical Dept.. tit. i 1 1 "'I as a Teacher of Movie reiuli rs il utu.eei-fxAiy t' tay nnv thi:ia in r .' r l i his cj n 1 1 f i -n Irons, lie wi'l n!". lesM.r.s. il desired, to others in. I m. nihus i.f th School. The mi. K. n l. i'S and incidental expenses Vill fie as follows: fcipellinsr. HeailinL'.VVriii.u'.AriUiine tic. lii.M'!u-li Graiiiiiinr n.ul Ceng " taphy." . , 7,00 French, Italian and Ppnr.i...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 April 1851

TORN PAGES v nn 71 r 1 11-IJJ1 BVT SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN., FRIDAY, APRIL li, 165 1. V0LUA1 mfj MCI TI2I13IS TflR POST will '-.a published every Friday J?t S3 per your, payable within three months Irom the limn oi i.ilucriliinjj ,.-,() in six months nr $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of thn year. Aiivkstukmknts will ho ohnrged SI per square nf 13 liii(;,((,rle) fur Mm; first insertion, nml 3." emits fur each continuance. A lilrrni deduction niiidu to tlii)!r! who advertise hy the yenr. Person? sending advertisements must mnrlc thn number nf times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for biil nml charged iinc.nrdiiitjy . (tir For nnnniiiiRinj (hn names of enndi " Mates for office Timlin Doi.i.tm, f'Asn. Jon Work, soili as Pamphlets, M inulcs. fir fcnlsirs, riiirils, Blanks, Handbills, X-.c., will he executed in n neat and workmanlike, manner, ntshort notice, anil on reasonable terms. All letter nddrcescd tn tlip proprietor, pout paid, will he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 April 1851

PAGES TORN tic 3 I in ELL, I-,.-..-, ANDERSON, MARION COUSTV. I'll I DAY, AI'IUI.. 1 1. (7- Seo list of candidates in xt page. $C- The. Circuit Cuiirt lor McMinn count ty iiiefsot Athens on Monday llie ll'b of April. We would utrsi to those who have not settled their account wi'h this of fice for the pnsi year. In nvnil themselves of the eorliost opportunity lo do so. Court week will be a favors Wo time for most of them. Tub Rad. We are hapy) to loam that ilm contractors hove plenty of material on hand to prosecute tbn work 011 the road. Iron rails, spikes, &.C., in abundance, and more daily arriving r "hit no further in terruptions may be anticipated. to Jno. Stanfield. E-q . tin been ap pointed pustmaslcrat Philadelphia, Monroe county, in ilia pluce of Mr. Cliemiutt, re signed. Senatorial. Wo lenrn through a gen tlemati of Cicvelond, tint C'ipt. Obant, who wa nominated b a candidate for Sen. ator by the Democratic Convention recently assembled at llii" place, declines lu accep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 April 1851

THE FILLMORE ADMINISTRA TION. The New Orleans Bulletin of the 27th ultimo remarks, with much truth: 'There has not been nn Adminis tration for many years that has given a more universal and unqualified sat isfaction to the YVhi; party, and fur nished less cause of complaint to the Democratic party, than the ' present. We except, of course, two classes of professional politicians that portion of the Northern Whin; and Democratic parties, who arc averse to the settle cnent of the slavery question, in the accomplishment of which President Fillmore has been so potently instru mental, nnJ a few ultra Democrats of he South, who could not, if they would, candidly and ingenuously give due credit or render sheer justice to political opponents. This latter class, under no circumstances, could bo in duced to commend the policy of a Whig Administration: su'h an tut of independence would not only bo fur eiiirHo their nature and education, but to their mntfims of political con duct. In their esti...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 April 1851

'e Coiiraitto:. to tlio Jail II! V, ''ill III II', Oil Hi,' '.inli I' i l.rmiry I is', a :v ?ro K'Jl M-"' : rim.nviv rd.ve, w'-n t S ' lilt '.'.llll j vov can- iih n.tai'' .'l ..i :v '"i.i-t. 7p) ami fiiyn In' heliums In Win ."!'! I Mei-soii, ill Mori-Mlllon, li'jrki '.SAi'ii'iniv, .ri!i 1 nmliiui. Ilesiys thai lin I' ll Ins ma-lei in (j'urui.i in rniii panv wi'h threw other Neitroei, who lm I h-en taken there ir. :i druvi, a limit tiie l-'ith III' J -1 II II -I f V 111'. II'' Is t l I 'I It COIllll'-C linn, 11 1 1 ) 1 1 1 liv'i' i'i'hi i-irhi or ten inclii's liili, winds n!i i'ii I iVl ) muds, slnul Irnll, mi marks p'T 'i iv ili'.f. I'li' owner nl said ik-lt.i is li-n-Hv ii 'iili"'! l!i conn' lorw.ird, prove property, p iv rli ir f's mi l l - k " liitn away. DAVID Hi! A DK l! I). Sherif nml ,1 ill jr of I'tilU ci uultj . M ir -i. v;-. i-.".i -ii i:;; sTiV vir'.io of live nr'I'T' "f fh 1 i-'n.'d ''A H I'Mtn I lei 'ireui: ( "nm-l nl" Monroe conn- Iv, 'I'i-iii i'j:t, in. I ,i in direc...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 April 1851

Iti power, a judicious scheme 1 iin;i ttisr lis benefits to East Tinnessee in common with I'.ir Oilier ori"niil the stair. In the c.mptt-.n o t ie List IVnm-siee and Georsia Hail Knat ihe p o plenf this oiuiity are most pies.ine.ly roitcriiirj Jim the revive importance til our country iwrjieiy depends upon Ihr final construction ul a rail r ml fioiii iwmx ville lo the Virginia line, where Virginia is ha-ienim: In meet m l connect us with Kichniuinl ami N'Tioilk. Til bull) Ihe.e grca. works, aitl should In- extrude ly Ihenal", ami every laeiiity grained ly Inch the a rein-1 In ul the companies rau be made urlif tent u heir U-K. The cmiitiliition of tlie state of Tennessee contains :i frtni.luu in fivur of internal inipruveinciils. which it would em every member of tlieLvjrinl.it ore is sworn u tarry out when he taken the :iih of his otfice Vet. ttn derone relexl or other, the Lril .Kins ul the et ite for the last twelve ytiim have doue v-ry little to forward, mil much lo retard the g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 April 1851

c,c in u few days. In lii' . ..! ic,,--.VlNKs k CO.. "here ' - " i - " The report a I'fv'i'C-.l ih.V. !-'vJ:!i i- 'v.-is tree he -otiviiv. and tin's it is said I have "asstim?.!,'' a Sydney was b nil n slave. I Irvi.t occasion ;n reply n;;: to Mr. Vi.-li'k-i 's first article Ir quote ihe an 'on of Judge Alexmd' r upon the habeas corpus, in order In how that the qt:cstio:i of l!ir hc rue's rife h t lo freedom li a . 1 been adjudicated under the most responsible r ir-cumstanci-s that ran possibly surround a Ju Ipe. The highest piTcr cinlened by our constitution upon ihe judiciary of l!:c stale, is that of lirniiny and ilrnr miiu'113 questions of la: and furl where the libcity r.f the rilicn is involved. In ordinary cases jm ies are iiacrpund to determine l!ic furl of a cas", i.-nl by tirtae of tlie writ of habeas corpus, the Jii,!re alone hoars and decides the uhole miller, and from his judgment Hori: is no apfcal. So thai upon the In ar ii;K of a habe is carpus, l!ie Jud0'e will nece...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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