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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 September 1848

L1TKKAUY EXAMINER. - t preset ae (roa pathi-m Attm sotbms war) o an wprr SACORTIs's F1MT WUI1M. T JAMU CIIOOI it. Ha! ambiUoss little elf! Off by thy adventurous elf J . Fairly otTT O fair betide thee! With bo living thing bide th; Not a leading string 10 guid thee; Not a chair to creep or crawl by; Not a cushioned atoot to fall by; Not a IS Df er-tlp to catch at; Not a sleeve or akirt to aualch at; Fairly off at length to tea. Fall twelve laches (can it bo Koaily, truly?) from tha lea Of mama's protecting knee! Fair and aofUy soft and fairly Little bark, tuou aail'at it rarely, la thy new-bora power and pride. O'er the carpet'a level tide. Lurching, though, from aide to aide, Ever aad anon, and heeling Like a tipay cherub reeling. (If e'en cherubs, aaucy gypsy! Smile like thee, or e'er get tipay !) Eves aa though yon daucing mole ' It tha aunny air afloat. Or the merest breath that met thee. Might euflice to overset thee! ' Helm a-weather! ateady, a toady! Nay, the danger's paat al...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 September 1848

- ' - ' - ;. ; ..... . , . ' , - 4 ' ;: v -d ; vf AY V K I T mT): "PROVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." VOLU5IEIL fHKKXAMlNE aeerbatear f tha r.i Ofllce. TKttMM. DOttti fERArM.IKA DVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR COMMUNICATION. -r KrtkWUu Ilear.-Na. XIV. Vl. . -"The fr" whlch brlnr" 1, ...is, i- -"J. " " I' tn "Zl movement, of society; dread T?.lahas caud th.usaad. te regret the ";Jelitf -M a-JprrnicioB.error..- lL;.l e-rae.1', forE.nsBe.ser.ee !i.thi.i.fi tfk. of policy, the r .ruhiiM. The thlnr wn. sa.ss is ''1 el. South of "Ma". a DUO"'- " 1 Li-vith w l" "y fonn w"u iththo sffluest, sad Womo the If ths crowd. Men wU tlli tr m be detJ from lo,nf ! t Weil 'vil-miudod and Iguorant m.y liLet .ici-bu... wiboohim princl .bicbh. .Uhor J prKtice. of which .. ....I . fkrk-al friend of mino recently, ' , . .: .i. ,1. tit,. iat if I mot i tV -I ' ' A. d for f' W h iU Bo1 mW; " UlUm. ..irenJrof li rif U vur j.r- igV.ihrinM',yof ,nal,0,J f,M irf pciug." ri'i of to lh fctft ind of Whood. jwiMl...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 September 1848

THE EXAMINE H. Editors. F. COSBV, JOHN H. HEYVOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, 1. C. VAliCHAN, Corresponding Editor. LOUISVILLE:: :SE1T. 23, 1843. CT W mi, occasionally, m number of the ExamibbbU paroontukoar nttubrtir$,in tke kopt, that by a frwJ of it, inty may ue in dufd te mbocrtt. ; , ' ICwmiir Ceaefcer. This p8tUn, so well kaewa and ao distiu aiahed (a th political history of Kentucky, ha recently atteaoad tb cclebralioa at fort llarrlaoa, la IndUna. On burnt era from that celebration, be made a opeech at Iadianopolia, which we Bad referred la la the SUU Joerad, pebliahed la that city. According to tka ao- tkce of tka speech la that paper, ha alluded, la the course of his remark, to tha eaeetloa of larary ia a vary Uteres ting manner. Ua aaid: - It im mmlw Om ultra Mti af tka txtremu South eahe dture tke tMtemaum of eUmeryXen lack did not diro ito raUa. JM mf Iniuli MMnii aaaa hold ceaeaartea la aawaaT ker toomtUutien. and wuld provide ia it mm pUn for the gradual tmaaeiption a oUoery ta La...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 September 1848

1 nvMMrv for to mt ii iecn:"' . . U ,,Lf4ureulortlie yiew. contained i-1' i0PeB 10 weUwrit,e" liU- " .riicln ob all proper .abject. m w' or differ fw the opln-k- HivL ild. -Py fer- Til1 6f emancipation, which may W lb PUl" r in our column. fr COMMUNICATION. Of THI F.,AI jura . .. r .r..lual emancipation w Ul 1 . .HbiM-IVI 1 ...h.-m- tatporlMtlUl wUlbwdtoew.- ronvmiion. as wall a one L k ,a consequent of eonflwliniopln-t-wr-u. t will bo very liflU to do T.ill aolba tmiii for thoao who hav. V. th subject to .abrait Ihoir plana frfi.ig objert 10 "Mnin'UoB 0f ' .d bar their merits diKoed pre- Tt.th-,bIl"of thcre,,Uo,, ' Las the- p!- tbat aro impracticable., iboatthatar. objectionable, will have J fciU pointed out, oo that their dieeu-lon .reed aroa the Convention, while . . .1. i i. tkt cou ... . L. pla wy ""y P'OP0 rill be j . eserally roiK-JeJ that the right of holJ Jve w a Ufl and not a maturol right. Ui ow baa no oiher claim to the servl ( , thtB tbat given to him by Uw. Il , th Hpp...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 September 1848

i i Front Chamber' Jou rnul. . ! ABturaMitalSili. . Due of my friends, who Lad never anived at doing tiiything, from htiviug been fur the last ten )eara in a happy stale of expecta tion or a consulship in the made up hs tair.d hook time since to settle in Paris. 11 U jet yoi!m;, and mu.h given to day dieanfc. However, though he passed for somewhat of a visionary, he was taken up seriously by a banker in that matter-of-fact region, the Bourse; the worthy gentleman hfcwai,? ascertained that any friend Henri Delmasures had some hundred of acre of Und in Beauce and Normandy on which to build his cantles in thi air. Ill was a ro mantic vuionary, but yet a landed proprie tor.. The banker, afwr a whote night spent ia convincing himself that his daughter must bo happy with such a man a conclusion b ai rived U by a process of adding, multi plying, and subtracting consented to be- atow her hand upon him. Mademoiselle Matilda Hoffman was not merely a young lady wrapped up in bank note j or cas...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 September 1848

hat.,...,. nAw-Wc,, , wi f 4 J ;l n w; "trove ali tiiincsj hold fast, that which is good. am - : v b-! Fn ' , .j"...' ' ' ' " " ' : ' 'J ,-- I T . ( ' 1 , . , , , ' i ; i : 'i - OIJWIE'II. V THK KXAMINEK; . .1 ,, klf.un jrftVrean M-.nen to the l'.x.Unifr IV ADVANCn, TlV' PAUL SEVMOUn, rMii'"11 .. .n rwx r tuii TV 1. I'uioiu It is aecompauieii i u i i . . t,.e St. Li.- vu-the . Jilur-. l'ich the Senator say. "iVrt.. lu.M iM-Ui thrrf l'ii.ii.cw Lave wr.t- io iu.- l.H m tlu"'S lOthccvent that Con- 4 .... .,, .,.,1 rmiiiflil.l till' .lev. l .m . Mil Id WC tin F" I have v rltf. u to the people ot . . . i 1 . f at... t'a!.f.Hi a,U!ie r-ame letter win no ioi ui nf.tnf c t,f .Mexico. wuaier llnlM I lfr lrl The tieatv with Mexico makes you citi. 7eM of the I'liiled Strang Congress Las mu'vrt passtdlhe laws to givej-ou U.e - Jr. C ,;.',in-Hvw!iH, and h tuny l tn ,!orf - " ll,C "T"' te while your condition is anomalour and critical, and rails for the-exercise of the mJuihk-si st discretion, tn...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 September 1848

1Mb. tdiim iiHlUl THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN It. HF.YWtHlD, NOBLE lit 1LLK, I' UlTOkS. J. C. VAUGHANV Corresponding F.ditm. LOUISVILLE::::::::. SEPT. 30, 1848. O" lis enf, afcasifmally, a numxT- of the EiaMiRcnio prrtJiAoor of ttUHCTioert, in the hope, Omt by a perusal of it, they may be in duced to subscribe. It is scarcely necessary for us to repeat that in publishing communication, wa do not necessarily adopt or endorse the view contained in them. Oar paper is open to well-w ritteu auJ decorous articles on all proper aatijacts, whether they agree with or differ from the opia ion entertained by ourselves. Wo wish our readers to bear this in mind, especially in refer ence to the plana of emancipation, which may from time to time appear In our columns. The fiUsTfs Prte4. This interesting and useful magazine deserve a wide circulation. Wa bid God speed to worts of this kind, which aim to carry the benign spirit of Christianity into all social relations, and to realise the great end...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 September 1848

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY, JOHN H. HEY WOOD, NOBLE tlLTLEH, Kurroits. J. C. VAfCHAN, Corresponding Editor". LOUISVILLE: SEPT. 30, 1848. KJT We tend, rraWW.'y, number of Vie ExaMiKEs to verfnt who art not euttscribert,in tke hope, that by a perusal of it. they may be in duced to subscribe. O It U scarcely necessary for us to repeat that in publishing commaoicatiotia, we do ant necessarily adopt or endorse the views contained in tbem. Oar paper la open to well-written ad decoroaa articles oa all proper sabjects, whether they agree with or differ from the opin ion entertained bv ourselves. W o Wish our readera to bear this in mind, especially in refer ence to the plant of emancipation, which may from time to time appear la oar column. Ta FrloMrr'i Frt4. Thia Interesting and useful magazine deaenrea a wide circulation. We bid God epeed to works of this kind, which aim to carry the benign spirit of Christianity into all social relations, and to realise the great end proposed by the Saviour,...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 September 1848

... wav worthy of th U-! Ubors. functienarle- T,Xs.. H'tl ..i "J. "j1 SU.pr it with shirts; we " ,1,e u M ! e keCI' " iB ,.eeteaib- . million, of hungry M.,.iy ,,,:.,: and then, what ..I. liOF - . ere urees, "' kyrtn. V thf 1 '.. ... enour-h of thi. A leara- jjlfC. " To famish food for oilier rJ rem' ( to , on.- H.-snnlieation of grow rim i - i ever ' ...i.- ill. a nd art, i a condition of 1 re nd .HlM nrv. both of individu- ""'""l, .J of nation..- A nd yet uch .re "l PIlu tlJu that Hi' slave States ar destined rf..rm "ud ,uch 10 . r,l .live condition and importance with Hint rri" -f-reuce ia ,he SU ' Uv ' uwUag lo tl,,vie c,,l,,,,rou" . ;..iof the South. , Ulk ,ar8''y ,M,U nine idea of the figure we should proh- j,,uuin, . . tha nation of the world, incase !.tV l """fc fa0ia rl up for auraelve. I will here nuike r.Vtr-t from the learned author just quoted: fru allure i doubllcs most necery to the ,ub-iteuceof u people, in ,h" "ow Pf'niitire 'osJitio of tl' n; but there ran be but l...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 September 1848

L1TEHAUY" EXAMINER. law fceaalltal ( Df." BT JAMCV CEOBVC (.UT. How beautiful la Dav O'er the laughing earth and eea, Whea it startles sleep away. Aid I awake to fly le thee! When the cold dewa-tinte, dim and cold. Change to purple and to fold. And a raptureall untold Lights the pet for love ami me! When 1 eea it radiance play O'er thy gallelip and brow Uh, how beautiful it Pay! And how beautiful arlTMoc! How beautiful ia Noo, When I meet the lu thee shade Of the leafy wooJs of June Like a spirit of the (lade! When tha wind breathe soft and low, To the brooklet 'a stilly How, And all nature eeems to know Thou art listening, dearest maid ! When I hear tha murmured tune Of thy sweet voice, aweet a now Oh, how beautiful ia Noon! Ajkd how beautiful art Thoi ! How beautiful ia Eve, When tta golden atnilea depart Stow away, aa loth to leave Ought ao lovely aa thou art! When the dewa begin to weep. And tha first pa.e alar to peep, Like an angel sent to keep Vigilt o'er thee when we part! W...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 October 1848

t t ' . k ' 1 . T' "PROVE Ali THINGS; 1IOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS ' GOOD." 3 ATrtV THINGS ; HOLD PAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." V , ' ; ;4 J - " ' i VOLUME II- THK KXAMINER; 1 ..-.jars"i..atiia' kUlOB TKBI TWO P'U-,i SEYMOUR. lb. I"""' 7 i -, Arsdia. Cpl. Sow, arrived at "V. ffl'om Liverpool, on Saturday Uie HE ! J"it- i r,ie States. Capt- llackstaff, V 'tXtJs Km 3 o'clock. will, jefi Co- large ergo of fin. French fJ,L-. p.TJfWn. damared, and she Ui.is to Southampton. m ,Hfcaio r , , 1ll(rt gome four oi Sr''' Cl ll",rHUMirn. from Ne Yk. ani.ed off the , '. S tMtb insL. and. i consequence tl'' vLnn.ell Hav, near lowcs, on the lop !h .J !t ou?h the engine. were imme of i!.e u, "". ;. .. f,,d impossible to ret wailing efTCowe. assistance. A lug . - w 'I". - .AitTrel.eve the Lip, and Ihe coal Tir-ed into Itghiera. -Thia lep J .m "iter anchored in Cowea road, .'"f a? J i o Urd. and 8he again "r;u.;vf .w. - J tie"- matkei hat d-clu.ed to al.noM the OTTrelteHl Ot Ih' '" moro..a th two tell tit Ift...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 October 1848

r THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN 11. HEY WOOD, NOBLE Bl'TLEK. LVITOKK. LOUISVILLE ;OCT. 7, 1818. Or We tend, auioally, m number of th ExAattaia t rxreo w kjU ere wot subscribers, in f JU Aops, Oat by fW ) if, tAy aay bt tn afscsd m tubtcriU. To Kal Iters. . We respectfully uk of editor with whom v exchange, especially those In Kentucky, to insert sad call attention to ear prospectus. We hall moat cheerfully reciprocate th favor whBver called on to do ao. Te th Rewe'es-s mt the EiImt. My connexion with the Examiner, a corres pondiag Editor, eeaae after thia aamber. I have beea nnablete write for it daring the paet Ua week, aad, it to aot proper, that 1 should appear to fill a poaitioa when I ain not doing it. I am unwilling, tee, te receive a ahare of the pablie regard which belong xclsively to the responsibl editor of th paper. Good judge, abroad, amid it ability, and th beet friend of Emancipation, at borne, acknowledge ita value. The Editore of the Examiner are devoting their time 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. — 7 October 1848

-Z,7.W'r to repeat gwi-- ...th. ewa contained jntrno ,kti P m ia wau-iriuirN nlDf " ' Oar pr ,. ,.-. nbicU. , 4tcro or dlffer frotn the opiu ms taytCr', i.. We wish our "r i - ... n in iliiuui -- j which may .. ..rim 0s - . r tilt re w . . . .mancipation, " , , Use .neat- War. Lf , .(..juntiouttlic community, and TV n;Z. ni iiit.lli?-ei.ce, great ,Uk.' Even Mr. laluou-i fi great luis- u,..,... i... tins su"" ,1.1 thousand I!) as ,.,11 f:, Lwt in tin war; and Ihe ' jHtttoUM" ", .,,., f .11.. I luiormalion called form '" j Wv eiv mainly, it not solely. ;rv. ,,yB iu battle, i -41111 . u.tiClil I lllooa The-e, however. a fifth of the and wecive '" . due U i'kW interpretation id ot .. ;. r:i" " 'nMtitf the victims of tins war. r : .-s in preceding numtw? rs on this i "- iBoiSwr writing from Bucna Vita prtiU" " wa paid off the last cf it i.i nJ 8 luaue i" ..jfir-t1 ,.,,.,., A man had Jn-d 'r .." ji.iipiH Ke;iuieui nau suiierea si1- .-Hnimiirs that came into the field m'' and twn' now ,,un...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 October 1848

ilt TIM mm LITERARY EXAMINER. Tfce Light la tWm Wleei. T OUKLZS MICK AT, LL.U. Lati or early horn returning, la tba starlight or lha rain, I beheld that looel7 candle Shinlnf from Ills window-pane. Ear r hia Uttered curtain. Nightly looking, I couU acan. Aye inditing, Writing writing, Tha pale fcjrure f a man; Still discern behind him fall Tha same shadow on the wall. Kar beyond the murky midnight, By dun burning of my oil, . Filling aye hia rapid leaflets, I have wstchad him at hia toil; Watched hia broad and seamy forehead, Watched his white industrious hand, Ever paaaiBg A ad rapasaing; Watched and atrove to understand What impelled it gold, c fame Bread, or babble of a name. Oft I've asked, debating vainly la tha eilence of my mind. What the services he rendered To hiecouutry or his kind; Whether tones of ancient music, Or the eon ad of modern gong, WUUom holy, II amors lom ly. Sermon, essay, novel, song, Or philosophy sublime, Filled the measure of his time. Of the mighty world...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 October 1848

f 7 1 1 A it. A "prove am. things; hold fast that which is good." iIfMIIHL; - ! ' VOLUME II. ... .u- a at IVPI). .... v,....JBV.S fll,MllJoll"M ' nine r.t ut. . . .n atnTII. IN APVAKI T. X' . li 4.1. i- PAUL SEYMOUR. r the riaie. .sii i tin" Mulf trcf ech s,a," 1 . .. .. , i-,.!, al Klcctioti t . ,11 Ik-in. V tlu 4 3.71 ilk) 3I.37S 11,311 17.N-0 y.NI '.V.,770 - ,-- S.7-29 tr.!"''. 5J.S-40 4.M-7 14,73 ?.I55 '2.WI ',NS :3.4-' 5,105 C.33"2 f4, 3S.31S 8?3 It".' o:i' 5.671 j:,o:o 4.5.l 41.117 6,-.':s 2S7 3.305 S.94 ,77 M itr.'- 0iv!; l L- 43,232 42,1(0 C.047 37.7' ! 3.782 vt.i7 IH. 177 4I.HVI 51.VSS 27,703 7",1M 2C.t'l 11.050 13,nv1 00,030 1 5-5,057 31,-V.i 1.-2V. 21.237 ;T.s"7 l'VJOO 4-,52n CM 113 5,940 ',27C Triurc.', tl'.i .'. M..'in. in.:. i'. I..1U1 1-. 10,11? 3.1W 2,314 a,-' 12,3'M 4.010 25,r2; V"..".' ...... . elector by I-eg lative :"u., a,..:... ...rvote.M.- IVIW, .. .all.. , . OM. IV Ml- Sill y.iu', r llsiiijcli::'', WiiilM.t, V Jer-c, i !iiu, -l:i.Uii, - the iiceMaie as i..t.o...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 October 1848

THE EXAMINER. F. COSRY. JOHN H. HF.YWOOD, NOBLE Bl'TLLU, LOUISVILLE:: :OCT. 11. 184S. tnr We tend, occasionally, uumler of the Fumikkb persons tht art not tubteriber,in the hope, that by a perusal of it, they may be in duCod t subscribe. All Mail, Delaware. Our noble little sister is wide awake, heart throb with Uie life-blood of liberty, bless her. Her God Si it cry m Oeliwabc -The Blue Hen' Chicken -ayi: "The iietition for the abolition of slavery in this State is receiving the signature of alraoatall of our citizens. From appearances it w ill be one of the largest petitions ever offered xo our Legislature. am Tcapnaac. The aoaual mealing of the Grand Division of Kentucky will ha bald in oar city next wreck. A full atleadaace ia expected, and if say opinion can be formed from previous meet logs, wa have reaaoa to look far an assemblage of snea kM characters aad intellectual abili' tiea would do hoaor to any State. It hat baea a matter of aarpriae ia every city aad ( la which tha G...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 October 1848

.ad waalfc. ... rit . .La ...I ), K mCcant paragraph on the bub- .iii.B .A .... Il,..t l.al . t. r t iling iut A- . : r . l., kiiiwi l llfv ! "llcd.nh.ch i ' "Tof KlHlU, -g eniunaut" thciice to vt 01 , N,uii.: and. oiy '' ...Kemutky. t huh that g, lti'l mat smie incaMites in rtla .i " . wrMy be adopun iy u.e i!:)"1 . ., . -,.iu--t..l culivi iiiiiui. ii n -i .,, t l inferred, from Stat 5"""""10,'-',. .UJiU'M of rtouty by th ,. mndf U-f.we.und for many i iallailu u ' I AT.AA. vp. , T,0 remark are chu-fly to ':,,!""Cl.cM.i U.at,ia the States, tun: Raided M"1- t ,,p ' lat k ((f uiulorstamlin? the hiih itt.prratcs injurious.)- Iu Kentucky it ia hit, . i" . . ... ... n.e neat evil ot hlae- iii km; . . ..... i..r ii.'T:Tlun. i ..... fnV . ... t. i.lare Keniucky among ''iU'.''l In M.i'ii. a yourger State .. ...... U S i''" ' ., ., .- .... w .,.lun UiuL.au Hi aiiuiuu i "--" ... .!!. llirv are struck .1 limn i ' .."tiorvW arm of the free wl.iU :u', .K.h-ry iili; and so, for l.itr man, u.c lit...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 October 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER.' Proa Utt New Yeck Kecwrfer. A Hear Pim ("raws Jin. Jaelaaw. The following tuuetuug aud beautiful lines, just received ff&m Maulmain, are inteudtd for the next (eleventh) edition of the Judson oflet ing. Ta ml raibaev IT Klti kmilt e. A welcome for thy child, father, A welcome give to-day; Although she may not come to thee, A when she went away; Though never i a her olden neot, I she to fold her wing. And live again the days when rat She learned to fly and sing. Oh hippy were those day, father. When gathering round thy knee. Seven sons and daughters called thee sire; We come again I nit U.ree; The grave ha claimed thy loveliest ones, And sterner things than death Have left a shadow on thy brow, A ugh upon thy breath. , And one one of the three, father. Now cornea to the to claim Thy blessing on another lot, Upon another uainc Where tropic suns forever burn, Far over land and wave. The child, v honi thou hast loved, would make Her heailh-stone and the grave. Th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 October 1848

4 "fbove ali. things; hold fast that wiiicii is good. volujib II. LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER.?!. TilK EXAMINER; f" ...... Fosiomc. out IN ADVANCE, (tithe fa -' T CSSt. . ..j vpn ANMH PAia SEVMOUB. ,r -"- ...--a mm ftlaverr. ! Let." t lr. -- Cro,1'", Th.l ill ...,1. is eittui! Slavery, rJ bis Apost-f- . .....tia and u.Oicait subject i discus- . -.-. 1 at the linif ot our savior uuu was social evil. 11 wa : . I.... I ft UlHHf (TMIUIIUIII- " jb.m!t!.Hao. every individual.- Sn to no other country ami there set f L . -hole civilised .d t'eaa.unaon. If he set them " oir toUw.tl were liable to be s"- tha,rhat .uiehi had cleared them. Hence ' " manlfe that he vs,em ?U,J ?J by change in the pubhc J .v imnjicai.ii? r"r- - - uiv " show 31 1 1 t eiou of it nwtal evil, to abandon 1 I ,an g! perceive oilier practical bene fc,of reat iuai which would nece. Attend ihit tftlloa of abolishing: da. v' v' Toliive inculcated the right of the !vo io free loin, and the i?uty...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 October 1848

1 nT- ill I THE EXAMINER. r. COSBY, JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLEB, ElHTO. L0U1SV1LLE:;:::::::::0CT. 21. 1813. p- ir , ecatumallf, a mumbet of the ExaMiacat pertontkart not nibtcnbtrt, tn the nay, that by a perumil of it, tkty may be in due U nbttnbu tm Jaatrlrr. Many of oar subscribers have failed to send tbeir first year'e subscription. W earnestly request thoM ia arrears for the first and second year, to forward the amount due to us, without farther delay. Hope Oa t Hep Km t . W bear occasionally of friends of our cans who heart ar almost ready to fail becaae of the difficulties ia the way of emancipation. To ucb friends we would address a few earnest words. ' 1st If the cause of emancipation worth ac , compliahiBgT Oh yes; yoa say it is a great and glorious work, and we should hail its completion with ratitade and joy.' 2nd. Do yoa suppose that a work of such ' magnitude and importance can ever be accom plished without Ubor and triumph T. "No, of course not" 3d. Do you imagine th...

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