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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 August 1848

i i late OTERATir EXAMINER. . BY W, ItLk. L1IK, t. . Tbe odor that (iingk, . i , . . Front the ruhy wings, ' . ' ( Of tbe km la it blooming hour, - M - i When the light of morn, i i a ., , - ! Bids it bluma rrturar .. , Hath a far less healing power . i . Than a kind wwri breathed, j With a sweet armle wieatheJ, , . , . , j . .... WtirQ tha fckir of fata livX lrV- . , , Far it lighteth up ..... . t borrow' sad Jest cup ' , ;. . . , With boul-reorin spail. T ' ' ' j ,. ' Olii Katnre hs'Ji flowers ' ' '. For her summer hours, '- '. . A -A A.. t .i A -I- A 1 J - iiu urwo iui t-a;u iwuKTm rail; NVhileover Uie Karth -- 1 Streams rule m their mirth, ; - ' Am sympathy flow from all. Tbe linnet's wild lay i , , I On Uie BtfcUiiv spray j n -j Aadihe raraU liipe ... .... , i. EiiKUea every dro . ... t '"' ITiero'a a uoothinj balm " ' ' !. Ob the noontide's calm; " 1 ' ' ' There's peace in the midnight hour;' There's a golden beam- -' Over wnod and stream; " J ' And a glory riMseach flower.- -...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 August 1848

- i- : UN : ,:; J Vv :: A- kl ffl Q : . '. ; . , "PROVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST FUAT WHICH IS GOOD."- 1 -Vk-.-. os .. . 4 ' ' t " .. . . . ' ' ; ; - . , . . " i '" -"-- - -- - - ; VOLUME II THE EXAMINER; ' PAUL SEYMOUB, ;0MMUN1CAT10T. .i.UM oa laeal4m Weahall ia this argainrnt Uy aiida all eoa .,Jraiioa of h.manity, of rlht. of the poeml w,irra, and t the particular UU.t of non j.r.hol. -h prat tha c,aeetioa of .veemaacipatio. la K.utucky 'ff Iom and fi to the IndiTl dual aUreaoldera. V. e ,WI only wm one ff U nain.iy: that the .vrholier U al lanholdfr 4t awaor el towa propwiy. Perhape we atht taeappoe that hta ral prirty i or may her.afUr pe a t.luaWe a hiariaw propiy. Centrally lare kotan hare a eiaidemhly greater Jnteree: ia Ui.J tliaa ia davee. Y ben diia i l Ce our .numeat will ipp' ' tU iU vpiioal tJJMa! Uw would add more to tha alae J tha alane oldra, Unde thai it woaH take frota the value .r ttuHr alarea . - I At a lasie of our reaeoouig, let u euppoae J that iherere 200.0X al...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 August 1848

I " ' : ' "" i ' " - " ' -' '" l-BBm BBSBaaa, THE EXAMINER. 3C EolTOBS. F. COSBT. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BL'TLES, J. C. VAUGHA.N, Corrteponding Editor. LOUlSVILLE::;:::AUGyST 19. 181S. tnr in. mmmmmI'. s Eumiiii I pers KAsni aaa farrirr. ' Ik Ap.aa yjpn(Wf,WBJ'f "- A Urg pert af thi Bans ef the Exami ner t occupied with the epeech of the Ha Hone Mui.' Wa IW mm thst oar pipw could aat, ia any thr wy, hav ba filted wlL thoagh the paUiceUoa of tbe pch pre- - vwnt war eelamn frssn being veriwnnhs mind of desultory man" neaelly require. V e . believe, however that be who begins the pern asi f the speech will wish fa a dhw wMy than b will meet with la passing from an paragraph I another of thia admirable predae Lob. It does aat read like ft oar Cagrae epeeck; -n ia mat like one of Mmwalay'a bril lieat essays. Tb style ia chaste aad polish sd without any deficiency la trngth. Th pol ish ia Uka that af tb 4sbjbi aagta; lb bril-lnr- la lik that of Um lrtalnr, which read whit It thine. Mr. Ma...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 August 1848

ligbtalng-rod, el " j. am fluid front city U cUT, oa -r ie er of ffeeUo.T Sir. the , 'T. hk-h yea more have wUboul art fulU " ' .itLoul lu.buiur the public ef knowiajge, than yoa riiu i"- . . - i r hartesti S- - klnn tul into th 1'atent Office reports, end ace in k4' .: m r-ountrv mechanical impwis U fd tixe application of science sad !l hive m.ted Out of N 1 the tSeii ' to ,Uve Ktate,u Th! l L,u Vnnuslly i-"rd, t is true, are a mingled L' chad and Dutsome of it is wheat W Oirmpu. tiiiuk l'tent 0ffiM I Thaw, that at least nix or eight time 1 nCUenU hate beea tahea out for the Korth r tl e South. What improvement will a "i reVermakem agricultural implements; in manufacture of melals; in preparing wool, !t,n hi k.fur. or raper; in chemical process c "'.. .milicaUon of aUsnm; in philoachi- . . .u.iirai uui.ramenta: in civil nautical, w i -- ---' . - neeiing. architecture, the conduction of .canals whaive, brideee. docks, piers, '. '. i...irulica or pneuinaiica; in the mu 1JJ ,; nhe mec...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 August 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. 1 lira SAwktag Uttm. it r. com. Bird of th wild and woodrous eong, 1 heat thy rich and varied voice. Swelling the greenwood depths among. Till hill and vale the alule rejoice! SpeU-Umud, entranced in rapture" a chain, 1 list to that inspiring strain! I thread the foret'a tangled mass Tbs thousand choristers to ee, Who tningied thua their voices raie, la that Udif tou minstrels)'; I search ta vain each pause between The choral band in still uaeen! Tis but the n.uic of a dream An airy song that mocks the ear But hark againJ tLe rifle scream, it roae and fell distinct and cleat! And 1M in yonder hawthorn bush. The ted bird, robin, and the thrush! Lost in amaze 1 look around, Nor thrush, nor eagle there behold But aUll that rich aerial sound. Like hoi ne forgotten song of old. That o'er the heart has held control, Falla sweetly on the ravished sool! Ani yet the wool are vocal still The au is musical w ith song 0 O'er the near stream above the hill The leering notes ar...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 August 1848

; . ' - "-rii..,; - - '- T".s.. -i .ketn.rwsliour' 1 f N N - il w: Ay jsjavssavaTatssisse 4XXJ1 ..' j ! . (;.! 'i.. ... , 4 , m , t .. . i ..."j flat the lut day A . j i i . , tvini, at the river w j i etpuMau. Bila mij rvs cou -41 4V. Kim ftaftlrt sveces ai niuti, Abu nunua, uulu t AM" THAT 'WHICH IS GOOD. ' . ' : - - ' ..-... .. 1 v mi i X J. '.1 . - - f - ' ' i ' I k ; VOLUME II. THE EXAMINER; I. the Post OrTIc. TIBJII. POIX PE ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR, rt"i is a a. COMMUTATIONS. llVthe MeakaaHs. lleaeN. r. the EM "'' CKTlX-M inth.serie.of letter, addressed Mike n,i.-ur. a,d member, of the .VrtWW EyiMCfl Church South, I b.v souEht atten tion to tho. circ.rn.unc which blnC to the .y.tem of .Urer-ond ia their operation th.art tho deaif-t of , Christian Ministry. I, pMiici of myt original desi, I wUh to ell .tfnlioB to t: diulafiUKeo nder which a minut" wt alway. Iah. r in a .laTeholdinj eujnmaBity : 1. He cuHHut prtmck the vlelf truth U mixed nngrrgal- Thi. po.iUon it .toall...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 August 1848

m THE EXAMINER. T. COSBY. ) JOHN H HEY WOOD. tin; NOELL BITLLB, J KS. S. C. YAUGHAN, Crrtpnding Editor, LOUISVILLE:::::; AUGUST 26, 1849. tCf Wt 'md, occasionally, a wawhrr vf lie ElAMiMia la Mrww 2v rr m tubucrilrrt, in tkt kopt, thai if a jerutal of it, tkrf may b in ductd to wubtcril. r Editorial toirnynJHW. Borrow, Aug. 10th. MfDtmrSin: , la vieiliog Bostoa and iU vicinity, oae'e niad to very forcibly impressed with the iur. Mt activity of Ik people, and with their pow r of overcoming obstacle. Theee two trait. Mean peculiarity characteristic. While .pend ing aa hoar or two, a few daya aiaco, at lb. houao of a friend, who tivoa a few milee from Boatoa oa the lino of one of tho railroads, I h struck with the eeastaat paaeing of trains of cars, and, in answer to some remark, ray friead said that every twenty hoars fifty-six trains, freight and paasenger, passed ever the road. When one considers the greet length of assay of these trains, some f thefreighl-trein numbering twenty, th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 August 1848

--... 'it York Tribune, lS,h-l part f " l ait T f .Pt Hmson, amveo .mtt O",bf'f;luon lrom Liverpool, rJTultsnt. btimjiu. a red.y, tU 17th p at &' , War i i.. iwn " 1 . 1- . :L il.e MoolUU reoris 11,e V.le line of on lh .W ve laaeu jnvrt . imie. Iamlih O'Brien. ,J7.count of the attempt --i5'" ...r.oa:f: .. .l.V Sntolli. J ed .1 KilkrWT. " ill nu " - -- been offered is ellt were inrrheriMoii. vo-areelv liad the 'r."' '""l "J,jr,.,r ot Consultary, r.- l.r , p1:""-." :,k. .nd ere that Smith tors had pas- ,.,onC "lr : ( ' .... rirlll -. " . u-iinm a III1IO p,":,.,m. -career to Callan, where r b'f'nhe S "oundinK d.tr,ct were .Vl'e'to the number of fifty o i ted to march lh c'00 ol ''''-.-. he J'lffleV. ' i,:.h mile. A strong a Kilkenny to the kind uoui u""t K'a' ,'L acertamed the. i.B .-' ,.,,o.ix the collar M.:iiarvre d. v i.----- I"' TVmiuore auu . ; - ,,ri on Ui flK" T",u. ,rn,v. While these - i ... :;0,n, ' f ,'nie oi the di84rt.-cl". "J c'"ck' . . . .nirlrfs rr ' I r a liana ioni...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 August 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. Tora ia lonely hooieatead In green and quirt vale. With lu Ull UeeaeigUing mournfully, To every pasaing gale; There ara many mine roand it, la the eanlight gleaming fair, Bat moce-gTOwa U that aylvan cat, Iu wall are grey and bar. Wbera obo glad voicee eoeaded, Of children ia their mirth. Ne wh taper breaka the eolitttde Of that deserted hearth. Tha (wallow from ita dwelling To tha low eve hath flown. And all night long tha wbippoorwill Sing by tha threshold alone. Ne hand abort tha lattice, 'Tlaa ap tha tnuliag vines; And through the broken caaement panea The mooi at laidaigbt emnee; And many a aolamn shadow See ma etaadiag from tha gloom, Liko forma of long departed one, Paopling that dim old room. Oh, whara are thay whoa toiret Rang oat o'er hill and dal T Goae! and their aaowrafal memoriae Seeia bat an oft-told Ulo. Soma to tha qalet churchyard. And eorae bayond tha eea. To meat ao mora aa oaca thay mat Beneath that old roof-tree. Fame and ambition lared them ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 September 1848

r , , "PBOTE ALL TDINCSJ nOLD PAST THAT WHICH 19 COOD." OIJJME ii. V TIIK EXAMINER; ..j ir.rkir. JaVrwa et.aeit oo laid PeetOmee. TKK.tf M. 0 pOlAAI- FEB ANNl'M. I" APVANCR PAIIL SEYMOUR, COMMUNICATION. .. .1. h JdBt sr , t.,itr-0e of the poeition aeeomed men, as slated ia my t nth letter : i m r-a why noma oiu I .be repo- of th. slave .ytm lIt ' Thii i true, and alway has Imm true of Uwry-" ''" by P,itiv ,sw ,nd by thal trise it i contrary iw ruih ' mrt Mr" r" .. rc r ii't liltty, and the Slavery is violent .Minf wiy of tbo right., and the forcible -.twa of liwm. A distiBgcianea neBtaciian "Tit man rho cannot tee thtrt inrolun ,!,. air s!jierv,a$it eristtam,tng tr, i? ''i,J Mr principle of taling by forte that r, ,k mother's, HA aiaiPUr HO MOBtL HSU i.j Uir i one weighty reason why a thou u ,mrb it. it i ontrary to afr7 jttttite and le !' of dialing only by a positive law. itt,lf uit. because in violation of iv j mv iiua' iwtural aeneeof juetire. The qnes- tioa 'cornea up, ir iir c...

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

1 THE EX A MINE H. F. CX)SBY. JOHN H. HFVWOOD, NuBLE BLTLER, EuiTOts. J. C TACGHAN, Corresponding Editor. LOUISVILLE: : -.SEPT. 2, 1848. C W tend, occasionally, a number of the EimiiikEli txrwiii was are mot tubocriber. in tk kepe, that by c fcntml of it, they nay be in duced to k btcrxbe. Oatre t at lege DaavlMe, Ky. The annual commencement of thus Institution took place on the 29th of June. The Literary Societies of the College were ad dressed on the evening preceding the commence ment, by J. D. Nourse, Esq., of Bardstown, au thor of the "Past and iu Legacies. " Speakers on such occasions, too oflen forge4 that they are participating in a literary festival, at least if we may judge from the character of theii perform ance. Mr. Noure, however, entertained his hearers with a speech which was emphatically literary, and one too, which did great credit to its autner. We are happy to learn that it is in preparation for the press. It cannot fail to in terest the lovers of a sound philoso...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 September 1848

'tun ! Aee-rtHce. OH"1 rtgrb-'v f . pup., , Convention- . J procedi2 lu 1 . - -...ilMMiAIII r.. T.l. T !T"i Irh wbM Ibem which '" . . ,t n""' : . . and to ' -Led bv i,or uJ lor,y P" be.' rve,i'. L a rrateful ec- converted iuto slave Slates, and admitted iulu lh 1'iilou sueU. Nw, fT lliv li rat time, the attempt mail", to permit IJie Introduction of Slavery into' territories which are aow free from it-J-lermortoa I ram whlult it was expelled, within Hie last fifteen or twenty years, by lU expreaa aud solemn act of their former govern ment aud people goveruwiem ana people wi'Ii wlitmi in respect to tbo titlribule of free dom ours could aot brook a couitwriMon. Aoris tlas the only octtsworM. fcatute. Jn annexing lo our Union Texas, sti extensive slave Slntrj covering an area capable f being formed (liia measure, ii4 cuinpnre it with ullsers that Nave gone l-fnre it. it is ie-eiinctuieiit of Ihe OrrliiiHi.ee of 177, which prohibited llm iulro- ilaicllen of Slavery iuto territories which...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 September 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. ' FWim AeaMTT V MISS ALICK VaSSV." . i. . - Among th beeatifal picture, That hang Memory oil I oa f dim old forest, . That mmUi the bwt of ail.. Not fur it gnarled k olden, . " Dark with tit mistletoe, Kor for to violets golden That sprinkle th rala below; Not for tii milk-white lili, Thai lean from the fr.rut hedge, CoqaetUag all day wi(h lUa santesama, And stealing their golden eJge; Not fur th vine oa th upland, VThere tb bright red berriee ret. Nor the pinks nor th pal tiraet cowalip It aoeoMth to m tb beet. I one had a little brother. With eye tbat vara dark aad deep la tk lap of tbat old dim forest. Ha lielh in peas asleep; Lirbt aa the dowa f tka tbiatlo, Fra aa tb wiada tbat Wow, W raved tber tb beeatifal aummer. Tb summer of loBg ago:" Bat kiafaet a tka bill grew weary, Aad, oaa of lb Aatama e I mad fur my little brother, , A bed of tit yellow learea. Sweetly hi pale arm folded My neck ia a meek embrace, Aa tba light of immortal beauty ' Silently covered ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 September 1848

' ' . ' l. - - " - " ... .i tit- .4 "prove all-things; hold fast thjt which is good.", " 1 . ' VOLUME H. KXAMINEH; km on r-- .,(,, pot out. " w ' -v. u M M. PAUL SMWU'i . - .... a rTTT. . it i COMMI'NICATION. nrthWUM lier.-- riBr tree that bringeth not ....irKa u i,.sadownandcaaiini.i u " . . 1- r.1 , ,,a if e ,Jopt the crtpiun. lu fru.t, the. w slavery -evil ' ."luJ '' continually. . - Joined w i" "J . , .... . -wiI. fur. ill, moral, ibu '""'J,..' And ifo. - tha'in,T U",W o!ln -o1 ..pressed. ' " a i t " wh,t u ,ltrery ' th .? SUery to con- BU l..MlCin."' , tlinf nnd murder Jie.Ud it l no axintoDce. Uil com',,-r " then n.u.t Jetermine th amonnt of " u ,f ftDVa which nlt-chei' the relulion. W itenin. . Lethe, A. Ml" :,-..KUi. taki.fth.lif. of B. Z: that .I.T.ry to 1. .U contitnte it N. aaubt to enteruiueu oi me fleep ;J.t.f.ihonubl. tilt of th. father, of the tuv.lne ha U.n-orteJ to 4toUt UuJ. lil..uf,rt.t. netrc.nJ con.if.eJ mm to .trolfforthe... but the meg- to herh. . ly.h.o.tan.b...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 September 1848

w TIU EXAMINE It. cosby. T JOHN 11. HF.YWOOD, KUBLE BUTLER, . Eorroaa. J. C TA.CGHAN, Corresponding Editor. LOUISVILLE: :SEPT. 9. 1843. O Wt tend, occasionally, a number of tk Exsjupeb to peroont who are not tubocribrt,in tkt kopt. that by m peruoal of it, they may be in- duced l tubtcriba. Heft tea I Fartlra. Since the return of Senator Calhoun and Butler to South Carolina, a large meeting bat been held in Charleston, at which these gentle men made speeches. Mr. Calboun'a great in uence in South Carolina, renders whatever he aays in relation to the course that Slate ought to pursue extremely interesting. In hi speech at the Charleston meeting, he advised the Caroli mans to keep themselves free from all excite ment during the present presidential contest He was anxious that they should be found act ing together in the present crisis, and henoe be was opposed to their uniting with either of the p-jhtical parties of the dajr. He proposed the formation of a "great Southern party" in po...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 September 1848

.o . s:-.. L.l , Me ."j -'" . I'lkt .. t .,. . vtm V.uow, auold man. rJ.lntM 0rTU" r..(..pl. .(tar tlia U. State STLl" brn i" - -- - . .-I-.,.. I ADIHHBUVi & IUST V . .i i i . i arhieved i"",J" a or Wt th deteriorating influence a,rerknoB , , ... i...,; . nnnyin any oi iiaaps. f ' util "" Mrrk, 1 aerer permittee, ""''"nlil-iuk about any 2iaoluUon of our nj fre institution, wntil time, ahould h'PP5rth"l.t trumpet nno'""'nK h4 pf nature." fir. I have been compelled ta change my BU'"' 1 tf,.t u!.jot-uJ. though 1 have ?' . r..fiJrnc in tl' -t'ioti.m cf many of f j.,i,;.-:ni. vet. nowerful causes if u..tiur i""1"" ' . ' rrr.J,ud are tote projreaaiug, wnirn that I have rested ttctirrty in . i t)..t mi disruption of the 1'nion ,t,4 1"" (,UM t' i'1"6- I (eel. idwJ' oll,i"ff r,n U TIIOr c'rUi, i . ih'it th facta by which w tranowanr- ,aJeJ auJ '"t of lh eiutence of which the ,lliatllirral u nava origin. iru. i.f urea u'ia.t a'111 ''' l,erati,)n nitaken , of the dominant political party. ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 September 1848

i L 4 1 i -i 1 ' LITEHAHV EXAMINER. Earth' Aiftb. .Why come not spirits from the realms of glory To visit earth as in day of old, The times of sacred writ and ancient tory? I heaven more distant? or has earth grown cold? Oft Lava I giird, when sunset clouds receding Wared like rich banners of a host gone by, To catch the gleam of some late pinion speed ing Along the confines of Uie glowing sky. And oft, when miJnitLt stars in distant dull ness Were calmly burning, listened late and long. But Nature's pulse beat on in solemn stillness, Bearing no echo of the seraph's song. To Bethlehem's air mas their list anlhemgiven. When ether stars bciore The One grew dim? Wat then last presence known in Peter's prison? Or where exulUng martyrs raised their Lymn? And are they all within the Tale departed? There gleams no wing along the empyrean now; And many a tear from human eyes has started, Sine angel touch has calmed a mortal brow. 2?0: earth has angels, tho' their forms are mould ed But of s...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 September 1848

.,i -- " - ' ' " " 1 nu -ft... ---ui'1 - i i ii n -- irn ii in ii .- . ...'!'' . t ' ' ' ' ' T JJ 55 IE X AM IK ES M ' i "rBovE all things; holm fast that which is good." V LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1848. 6Euuioi's int; t-' THK EXAMINER; ,. ,vnr J'"" w-""1 k"IQ" im rt ot. - PAUL. SEYMOUR, rcaiM'sa. COMMUNICATION. the Mria!'" Ur.-S. Xlll. Kiwf-tl" Vx-miner: .T,.t:-Itis!i:nnclUit therttvM l:tNTlt .... , ,... tented wun men wi"u . con Vtct brtr conditioned than they would " , -ateof Freedom, and therefore, it is ir'n tl,emUic..ntmucU.ctel.Uon. I deny 'L.iit U not t.ue. first, that the .rut - i " , ..-hut the raattf thm n0t ",y W' , T,M m wini.- 1 rfununt fa ' o o anJfaUing in with this slave, he inquired "n wrtaulatlv i!ut the condition of the col- ie.nOh.o. I frankly told liini that e oitl.ru hvedcornfortably. were mdustri- ' .iui wtI id their neighborhood, that t.t!.ei ere Uinftle. wretchedly poor, ieJ a'joul ironi i j " w "t . , .i .,. .! m iiv nne else. im' tio i!,iO...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 September 1848

THE EXAMINE!!. JOHN IL HKVWoun, NOBLE Et TLfcB, tulTeSt. J. C. YAUGIIAX, Corronpondiug Editor. LOUISVILLE: :::SEPT.16. 181S. tCT ir hW, occasionally, number the Examiveb to pertone mho are not efbmrribrrt, in the kope, tXat if m perveal of H, tkey ma be in duced tO lubfXlbt. . - " T Th iWic of the senior Editor, on account cf sicknas, and th icha and accessary en gagsnients of tho other, will, w trust, escusw we so cu correspondent for tho delay ia a wsrlag tlioir valued ft on. Thaw cirrum aaca will accokat, ai., Is our readen geuer ally, for tho small amount of editorial ia this wosk's paper. Fleet HdiMt. Somo complain that the reading of lav book s a very dry oporaUoa, and wo confess that e would sot select a aUlato aa tb moat Latere! lag reading for hot weather. Wo bar. boar J pwrteat tpoak ia sneering manner of trtiv aa Coachology, and some hav cojnplaiood of tho drya of statistical table. Soma lay do a chronological table, m th !r?m liuir cf all that is aaiatarsstiBg, and ohm t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 September 1848

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