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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 August 1838

' 4 ' " ""' " "' L- ! i , in. i '. '',, mlm,. .tmm.m,, I , ' " -I -i " r-tT ! - - 1 "I liavo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man-Thomas Joffinra. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. . Volume II. JBIiOOOTSRITRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PAb SATURDAY, AUGUST 11,' 1838. - Number tf. TT.mT-,..m. - .---T-r."-! OFFICE-OP THE DEMOCRAT Next idon to Roihson's Stage Office TEEMS: - v The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be , published every Saturday morning, at . TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable v m" yearly in advance, or Two Dollars ' - Fifty Ceiiis, if not paid within the year, 2Vb subscription will be taken for a shctler period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. t , Jll) FERTJSEMeNTS Hot exceeding a sfatt.e:wiU be conspicuously inserted at Ons Hollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrtion. ICPA" liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LET...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 August 1838

ma iiulmJuai, tlic Chief Magistrate of Pennsylvania resorted to the unworthy trick of keeping the hill hi 'ho pocket until aflh the first of January.and then returned it to the legislature.;-with tho'insolent message that, although in the proviso referred to, both houses meant and intended the first -Oay of January, 1838, yet, inasmuch as the bill did not become a law until after that jieriod, the words " 'first of January next" must be taken as referring to the first day of January, IBM I That he hail retaine'd tie bill for the express purpose of produ cmg this result, and consequently the work would be prosecuted for a full year longer than was contemplated. Thus SloopingUo the use of a most conlemptablc .quibble to defeat the declared will, of" the people's representatives, and imposing on the state an additional amount of Debt, which those representatives had 'decided it Was unnecessary to incur. Of the inconsistent use of his-powerover legislative action, we design to say but a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 August 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "Tira-rn witiioct rr.n DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION : f' - t FOR GOVERNOR : GEN, tAVII It. PORTER. t (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) TBclcgalc Meeting. 1 i 'I'lio uc nocraiic, .liuciors- 01 ouiumuiu f!nnntv. will meet at their respective places j , t i of holding the General Election, on SAT- '. UlvUAI, Ulli lirsk uuy ui.tjupiuniuui unfil ing," between the hours of &"and G o'clock t .!.,, ri,r, nlnnf 'Pttlfl 'nP.T.T!. Ill Villi dHUlllUUHf IV. V, fc. t u j I j GATESy-in each election district, to meet at the houso of Daniel Gross, in Blooms . burg, on Monday, the 3d day of September, to form a Ticket to be supported by the Democratic party at the ensuing General Election. HUGH McELRATII, ") Standing WM. J. IKELEKi " Commit SEBASTIAN IIOWER, J tee. July 30, 1838. Committee Meeting 1 A( a meeting of the Democratic Commit- tee of Correspondence of Columbia county, ' held on Monday, "the 10th of April, 1830, tho following resolution was passed: " Resolved That this committee ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 August 1838

';r EADER. if you havo a qugh or wdd bcwaro ' jrE, oftlicirtoascqucnce'j..l'CtW9 generally pro juco imperceptibly,- and insinuate themselves throughout the human system, filially settling upon the lungs, ana ending in consumption, A WOIXD tO PARENTS. JW llow cften is youth cat Jomi when least cxpeet- - . cd by the consumption, ana followed to their graves by parents who are in a 'tccosur.o the cause of their I'TfT' T hS to order; and also to .TRmnftrcfHiv TjmBSit existing in childhood, ooking opop Jhem as t ; 1 ng . tcz.vjy and J'01lT.inM;K flections, anu noi uracuiig of its victim. This is not a fanciful representation, for daily numerous instances occur which prove the fact- ... In manhood colds terminate in thcsamoway.but , do not progress bo rapidly as in youth; thcy should, however, n both youth and manhood, bo early, at . tenden to, and not regarded as trilling affections, for it is a delusive idea that has shortened tho lives of thousands. Dr. BEOHTER'S PULMONARY PRESERVATIVE...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 August 1838

I have sworn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal Hostility to every Mm of Tliny 0TCr rj 3 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB; Volume Iff. tiBOOMSBTOCi, COLUMBIA OOTOTY, PA. SATURDAY AUGUST 18, 1838. Number tT OFFICE OP THE DEMOCRAT. I by storm, ami A, 1M1 IPfn. Willi n Dlldtlnn utuwl- "tizxr Ddb-ii to tfdmsoN's Stauu Omen, der, saw the enemy flyin through tho field ITl"!?.!? Tlin rnnmiprnr rnlnrnt.,1 )ir,,nn t.:.nt.. ad ainf. kiJhTnV tl -j--. .......... iiuhiv III lliuilljul) The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be ana 111 a P's of delivered Saxony, caino uuv(taftb dll 1 JUlWMfU tltui fUltiZ j III I troo uiki llllUiUU lUillla UllU Willi OUl- nirtrr rrr t h t ci ........m. ... t , . w ''cr ninnmyamt stretched arms greeted their husbands and half vedrlu m Advance, or 7 wo Dollars v.. FiM Cents, if not vaid luitltin the vear. ?" crs "Ul AUalMro Know wlla awa ted tfosiibscrblion will b'v. taken for a shorter PT5 na y S1"'I f an affectionate .a. jr.., .-...,... . ?; 1 Wife DlCtccdL nS With n nnlcnnitil i...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 August 1838

ovmnmenl ismostarrogant.but ttioir itse Of our money when' an indulgent government trusts it to them Is ruinous.- Ift hey kept it honestly until it was wanted Tor purposes of revenue, or u nicy loancu u saieiy, tno grounds of complaint would bo fewer; but they do neither. They make it tlio founda tion of a paper currency, so redundant as" to bo worthless, and it becomes their means of sustaining a system of heartless specula tion which sheds blight and mildew on the labor of the pcoplo and uproots all steady prosperity. Tho fluctuations of tho cur rency arc tortures to tho body politic. And when the Government, by the possessi6n and'control of its revenues, separate from. Hanks, becomes the regujator, the people may fcel secure in its palcrnal piolcqtion and labor can then rest,on its reward with out waking to find It ashes. t Tho evils of the last few years Hhe contractions and ex pansions of the banks the panics and pres sures the frenzied speculations the for tunes gained, and th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 August 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TUUTIt WITHOt'T rr.ATl S.1TUJiilV, JIVGiaTVi, 1838.. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION , ' FOR GOVERNOR : GBJ.'. DAVJJ) R. PORTER. (OF 11UNTIXCD0IJ COUNTY1.) Bclcjrate HflceliM:?. CouiHV. will meet at their respective places of holding theGcncral Election, on SAT URDAY, the fir.it day of .September cnsu'i ing, between thc.hours of 8 and G o'clock in tho - afternoon, and elect TWO DELE GATES, in each election district to incctk at the house of Daniel Cross, in Blooms lmnr. on Monday, tho 3d dav of September, to form a Ticket to bo supported by the' nnmncratii! nartv at the ensuing General j v Election. HUGH MoELRATII, WM.J.1KELER, 7) Standing y uommii' SEBASTIAN IIOWER.J tec. July .30, 1833. . '"When a man gets his name up, he can lie in'bcd late in tho morning," is an old adage, and the editor of die Danville Intelli gence! thinks he can prpfit by,it. Wo hope ho may. But we can assure him, that if lie expects to add to -his influence with the dc mocratic party hi this se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 August 1838

iffc EADER, If ycu havo a cough or cold bcwaro MiXts of their consequence. Colds generally pro Unco imperceptibly, ami insinuate themselves throughout the human system, finally settling upon "the lungs, and ending in consumption. A WORD I'd PAllESiTS. Ilow often is youth cut down when least expect ed by the consumption, and followed to their, graves by parents who aro in a measure tho caAieo of their premature death, in neglecting to remedy colds when existing in childhood, looking upon them ds trifling affections, and not attracting their notice until tho destroyer hag commenced its work and made sure of its victim. This is not a fanciful representation, for daily numerous instances occur which prove tho fact. In manhood colds 'terminato in thesamo way, but Ho not progress sp rapidly ts in youth; thoy should, however, in both youth and manhood, bo early at tsnden to. and not regarded as trifling affections, for it is a delusive idea that has shOitencd tho lives of thousands. Dr. BE...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 August 1838

i3e!st: mgi -w. , i 1 . -ii, I liave sworn upon tlic Altar of God, eternal hostility io every form of Tyranny over the Mind of BIan. Thomas Jcflbrson. PltlNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB, . Volume II. BliOOMSiilTIRG, COIUMOTA COUNTY,. PA. SATURDAY, AUG-TLTST 25, 1838. Number 18. QFJFICE -PP THE DEMOCRAT, . Next poon to Uoiiison's Staod Office. The COLUMBIA BEMOCJlATvn.il be 'published every Salutday morning, at 1 TtrOJl)OL;MllSpcr annum, payable half yecirlyhaikfltlcc,x)r Tbvb- Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within theycaf. No subscription ivill be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages 'are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be" conspicuously inserted at ::Onc zDollarfor the first three insertions, i and Twenty-five cents' for every subse iqucnt nserlion. CF 'A liberal discount made to those who'advprtiscby the.ycar. LETTERS addressed on business, must, be post paid. , 1 STOjiy.QF, THE EE VOLUTION', t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 August 1838

Mr. Allison and paid over fjqm time to time 1 to one or the other of us; yip last part of which I think was not finally received until the year 1830. In July of .that year hear ing that Mr. Porter was going to the wes tern, countty, Mr. Stonebraker and I reques ted him to take Beaver in his way, and gave him an order on Mr. Allison for the balance of tho money, which balanco a mounting, after deducting, fees or commis sions fdr collecting, to .$15959 was br.ought in by Air. Porter and paid over to mo on the 13th day, of August, 1830. George Davis also sent out by Mr. Porter at the same time, for some balanoc due him on his.bondt which heboid mo Mr. Porter got and paid over to film. David I?. Porter was never interested-to the amount of one Hollar in ,the collection of these bonds. Why the suits do not appear for our use on the records, I am not lawyer enough to say: It is best known to, our attorney, to whom the management of the whole business was given. The assignment which was en...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 August 1838

The Danville ' Intelligence says Cthat '.logates assembled in county convention, opinion ; oi upon tlio low intrigues which s0"i John F,WiIson, George Kelclineri "Doct. Petrikin never yet failod. to gel a1 and it appears to be his determination, if wo. have cither been practised , upon'him, or he John Knorr." vciruhr democratic nomination when he was may judge from tho course his friends arc must have practised upon others inthedis- Mifflin John Keller, jr. Samuel Creasy, r-mrfidate for office.'. This is a candid pursuing, to "run tho heat" whether the charge of tho collateral ditties of his station? Henry Kos lenbad.fr, John W.. Stiles. .,: ... I . .. , ni i ...1.-11'..- ! r. I 71 r.,... tl'i! -xt n..i. ti-i !.! confession truly,, fqr tho Intelligencer to democracy 01 tnc.co.uniy wisn nira to or no. m may-iuoao wuuuvo m auer ages, i muii mmw, uusn x einKinj make, and one that we did not expect.from, If this determination is carried, into effect, read appropriately under tho Hie jac...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 August 1838

i hi It 1 COrSTTMPTIOW-. B A DE ft, if you have a cough or coI. beware I of their consequences. Colds generally pro duce hnperccptibly, and insinuate themselves uiruuguoui uiu tiuiuuu njrnuaii, juiaiiy seuiuig upon the lungs, apt! ending in consumption. A WOUpTb"'rAttENTS. How often iayoutii cut down whcnjea,st eipect cd by the consumption, and followed to their graves by parents wljq are in a. picasuro. the causo of their premature dtth, in neglecting to rfitn'edy colds when existing in childhood, looking'tpon them as trifling 'mffettrand not attracting' 'their notice vuntil the destroyer has .commenced it? ' work, and mado sure 6ffts -victim. This'is not a fanciful, representation, for daily numerous instances occur which prove tlio fact. v . ,..., , t ' In manhood colds' terminate in the same wy, but . do not progress so rapidly as n, you(l), they should, however, in both youth and manhood, be early at tenden to, and notrtgatded "as trifling affections, for it is adclilsivc idea ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 September 1838

..I liavo sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form bf Tyranny oicr the ailnd of JIan.'fl1oinas Joffooon. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY If. WEBB. Volume SI. BJLOOMSBUIfcG, CJOMJM23IA COTOTlT, PA. SArH?UKAY SEPTEMBER 1, 1838. -. OFFICE OP THE DEMOCRAT, Next door to Rodison's Stage Office; The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at T(FO DOLLARS pet annum, payable J" Fil'hi Cents, if not vaid within the vear. Nq subscription sill betaken for a shorter pcriOO. lliun SIX liwitiia j nvi liny ui.ai.uii- timmrice permitted, until all arrearages . arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously-inserted at One Dollar for the first threi insertions, and Twenty-five cents- for every subsequent-nsertlon. ICpA liberal discount made to those who advcrliSeby the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From tho American Presbyterian. THE SACREMENT NEAR THE HER MITAGE. A-greable lo tho notice previously given, the Senio...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 September 1838

POLtTICAIi. The democrats in exposing their political adversaries ate saved the necessity of even resorting to facts as to the private character of Joseph Ritncr although God knows it is a very vulnerable one they find enougli in his want of capacity and the necessary intel ligence in his want of standing and firm nessin his vacillating policy and his utter recklessness as to the public good, in, all his acts displaying his entire unfitness for the station, which he .disgraces byflbeing the tool and catspaw of Thaddeus Stephens, John Rickey, Theophilus Fcnn and such like cattle. IJc owed .his election to the schism in the Democratic party in 1835 and was elected by a minority of the votes of Wolf and Muhlenberg being nearly 13,000 more than those polled for Joseph Ritncr he felt that he had no Tight to be there aim has deter mined to avail himself of every means in his power to prostitute the public patronage and influenco to reward his followers and grati fy his own selfish ends. T...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 September 1838

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, j 0 "mc-ru without rf.Aii 8 T SJlTCJtDJiY, SEP TJlfJtUEK I, 138 DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR GOVERNOR: GEN. DAVID R. PORTER. (OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.) delegate Reeling. The Democratic- -Electors of Columbia County, will meetat.th.eir respective places of holding the General Election, on SAT URDAY, tho first, day of September ensu ing, between the hpurs- of !$ and i o'clock in the afternoon, and elect TWO DELE GATES, in each- election district, to meet at the house of Daniel' Gross, in Blooms burg, on Monday, the 3d day of September, lo form a Ticket to be supported by the Democratic party at the ensuing General Election. HUGH McELItATH, ") Standing WM.J.IK.ELER, 'J- Commit SEBASTIAN 110 WER, J Ice. July 3Q-;lB3r3. . : DELEGATE MEETING. Remember that this day,. (Saturday, the first day of September,) between the hours) of 3 and 6 o'clock in the alterho.bn, is the time appointed by the Standing Committee of the county, for the meeting of the demo cratic electors of t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 September 1838

C01TOTMPffI01T. I EADER, if you have a cough or cold beware of their consoquertccs. Colds generally pro- iuco imperceptibly, and insuiuato themselves throughout tin human system, lliially settling upon the lungs, and ending in consumption. A WORD TO PARENTS. ; Uow often is youth cut down when IcasX expect , ed by the consumption, andt followed to their graves by parents who are in a measure the cause of their . premature death, in neglecting to remedy colds when existing in childhood, looffing upon them as trilling affections, and hot attracting their police until tho destroyer has commenced its work end made sure of its victim. This is not a fanciful representation, for daily numerous instances occur which prove the fact, ,. In manhood colds terminate in tho same way, but do not progress bo rapidly ps in youth; they should, however, in both youth and manhood, bo early at tenden to, and not rogarded as trilling affections, ..fur it is a delusive idea that lias shortened tho lives of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 September 1838

mm 5535253553 I have sworn upon the AHnr of God, eternal hostility to every ftrm'of 1'jraiiuy over the mind oT Man." Thomd Jefferson. PRINTED ANO PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. mwm Volume 13. OIjIEJjRSISSA COUWTT; FA. SATttTIMDAY. 8. wpIce op the democrat, EXT DOOR TO 110!1SON a CsTAaK UFFICEy COLUMDM DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, hi TWO DOLUlllSper annum, payable lialj yearly in advance, or I wo JJouars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. period than six no;ilhs ; nor any discon- Wiuance permuicui uiuuuu urreuruges are discharged. uvjstii'iiSJbmMS x o noi cxcccumg a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent ns'crtion. liberul discount muJc to those who aivcrtise by the year. JV1 ' PV.nf! nihlrnssKd nn lnisiitp.1.1. mi mi be post paid, THE STRANGE COMBAT. It was during the last war of this country V. . L . . . . . . . nil greni unuiui, uiai oircumaiiwiuca icu merchant men, iti wi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 September 1838

eoinionablo Asylum sc-eyi after her nrrivnl. at the housu of a lady wlfo lind been or mollier's mosfiniimatc friend, By her she was treated wjlli all the kimlnostfflf a parent, and her benefactor, desirous of doing hpr still mere essential service, resolved to at tcmpt the arduous task of reconciling her father. As this Iad's good sense was equal to her benevolence, site was seiisTle, that in order to succeed in such an attempt, it ivaa'not au'suble to make a direct , -application, which would give resentment an op-pnrunity-of bcilig'heard as well as natural afT c' ion; but first to awaken his paternal feeling'and then urge the suit wlrils the im pression was still warm. She ha'd soon an opportunity for executing her.plan. . Mr. Spencer, who had always kept an intercourse of strict frienddhip with herj mine lop'ay a isit. It was contrived that Maria's chi'ld, one of "the loveliest children Vcr beheld, should carelessly enter the room, and play about amo.lig, the compajiy. It s,oqn c...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 September 1838

iicctitwUitIipnihiinorea!)i!OJiioTail.ron(l Vest of Wililnrtspori, in Maryland; will cost tho slate 5 millions of dollars, nt the very least The above is n tnio dolinoalion and de scription of it any one doubts it can examine- for liimself. In every respect the reports ' of the twii committees wlto examined H wero correct, bnt iit thai time ll wafc not to-' catcd further than Ripple's. sessmsssBim COLUMBIA COUNTY BcsaiacratSc Convention. ' At a Oortvcnlion of the Democratic Dal Wales of Columbia county, friendly to, and Sc' supporters of, the present Administration ' of the General Government, and in favor of tho election of Gen. David R. Porter, a3 Governor of Pennsylvania', convened pur-r- suant to, public notico by the Democratic L Standing Committee of said county, at tho house of Daniel .Gross, in the town of . Blobmsbutg, on Monday'.lhc Sd of Septem ber, 1838, GEO. MACK, of Briercreok, was unanimously chosen Chairman, and V. . Best, of Mahoning, and H. Vv'ebb, of Bloom, Secret...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 September 1838

GOITSMPTIOIT. i EAGER, li"vou have a cough or coU bewafe of their colisaqUcni.M. Colds generally pro- rtnpj ImnM-mntililtf. anil Insinuate menuviviw throughout the human system,' finally settling updn tee lungj, ana ending m r-.nsurnpuun A WORD TO PAHENTS. f TTn ndm U voiilli cut down wliehlcast o'xpoc't od by the consumption, and followed to their graves by parent who aro in a ricasuro tlio camp of their premature death, in neglecting to remedy de-Ma when existing in childhood, looking 'inflm them aatriiling tdTcctions, and riot Nutracxirig their notice until the deslroyet has eomraenced ita Work and made sure uf its victib This, is not a fanciful representation, 'for daily numerous instances occur which prove the fact. In rna'nhood colds terminate ifi the saute way, but do not progress so rapidly fta in youtli; Way should, Lowo.ver, in both youth and manhood, be early at tenden to, and not regarded a! trifling affections, 'for it t a delusive idrafhat Itfca shortened the lives 'of...

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