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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 April 1844

urifttitfifittcxtas -sad y.jnTrgayvTq g WtTcame acrdai' crnef ieNMvwhirsajdfie t . . . had been-abourtht insutwionj atari .exarrii nation and who gave us the following incoln- plete account of it; which we prudently fore .warn our readers mayM overwrought. He says- . $ The main edifice is a hewed pine log i house of one story about twenty ieet'.hy-fortyJ in size; covered with boards of theme clas-. sic tree carved out of. the orjginal wood; grown. upon the beautiful elevations surroun- ding; and lavishly displayed upon .the build" mg in proportions partaking of tbe colossal antique and the grand. There is no stint of the rich material. The hand of-nature has scattered .profusely her .-bounties in this fa- x vored land; and-all is redolent of plenty. The" contiguous buildings jn which are contained . the libraries apparatus etc. he' was not per- mitted to see. When he entered the domain devated.eter-1 nally to science ; jn examination of the in- cipient Washington's Story's and Caper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 April 1844

r 4 ti. . i U.l'- ORtfilIjSMSriPAfSTS'AND OILS? &c LOOK &HALL have;just'.rcceiv5edj lfronv Philadelphia an.dV.hwe fqrsaleyia large ana iresJi. assprtment oi urugs Medicines Patent ' Medicines Suigipal Instruments. Oils. Paints. Dye Stuffs Window Glass Putty Perfumes F.ancy Spaps &c-s&c. Ptiysidansj -Country Merchants and Planters are invited to 'call and examine the stock. Clarksville- Jan. 61844. 9-tf . REGGLAR PACKET ' EROM' SHREVEPORT TO FORT TOWSON AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS IN LAKES AND RED RIVER. The last new lteht draught Steamboat FRONTIER. C&ea- tham. niasier win iuu reguihfi Ebetween the two above named places. v The steamer FRONTIER is- an entirely new boat throughout strong and of the best materials builfby G. K. Cheatham at Louisville Ky.the di- mensions to suit the navigation of upper Red River and Bayous from Lakes to the' River; and will ply regularly between Shreveport and the head of navi- gation meeting the South Western at Shreveport. Both ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 April 1844

u V KT1.?.' 0E On u ( .--uj. i i ij-L oij iuuv O. j. ' ' '' CHAS. DE f&dRS l'ong shall our banner brave the brepze the standard of thel free. . TTj7nFTT PROPRIETOR VOL. 2. CLARKSVILLE .TEXAS JULY 24 1844 -NO. .38. i ss r MBK'TS'ffEW - " 1 T" ' ' T jf -r - - - - i r r. 'I TTi ' . " " . . EDITED AND PUBLISHED CHARLES DE MORSE. BY TERMS: The Northern Standard is v published e'very-Wednesday- at ihrec dollars and iifty ceuis per an- nura in advance four dollars at the end of six months orfivedollars at the end of the year. Snbbcrip:ions lor six montns $-3 in advanceor S'-J 50 attlie expiration of the time. . . i Advei'tisetneutb will be- inserted at one dollar ner sauare for the' first insertion and fifty cerit3 for nfli -ithairiii(nt insertion if naidin advance. If one weelris allowed to elapse without payment fif- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after six months two dollars per square will be lequired. Teulines" or under will .be considered a square. One line over a sq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 April 1844

. o v - The ionjptraeijindallbat interjnind :aoie prpqeecHngs ajuingfoui oiine insniniis have atnh beenroqght tp";a closely tj&e imprisonment ofvOlCaDoell and the other tni- .o&ass1 bywxvateiorever. . 'jbzient of the Chinese Empire. It is cal- imp veraers Afferan ineffectual attempt made by Mr. O' Connell'.s counsel to have the operation of the sentence whafeveut might be postponed until' afterjudgment .wonld be- pronounced by the House of Lords on a writ of error which it was intended to prosecute Mr. Justice Burton in an address during which he shed .tears; passed sentence on the traversers as follows Daniel O'Connellj to be imprisoned for twelve months Jo. pay a fine of 2000 and to enter into' securities to keep the peaqe for seven years themselves respectively in 1000 and two sureties oj 500 each. Mr.' Connell rose and said that justice had not been done after which and some demonstrations of fceling.-amongthe junior counsel the trav-. ersers .surrendered themselves to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 April 1844

Jv I V - c .y xO 4 & ju.-t-i-tL-A-ti. Y -.-. .a j-- - .- -. of his life for some (fays but is' liowcloing well. ir. 3arry was sjightly woupdtd tut is also doing welL The Indians must-HaTA lost about 6 or 7 men besides having many woun- ded but-as it is a great point Avith them to take uff their dead' and wounded it is imnos- sible to speak with any certainty upon this point. 1 he Ohiet or ratherone otthe chieis must have been killed or mortally wounded .as he abandoned all his trappings which u ere brought in consisting of a gun spear' -shield and u beautiful head-dress oPfeathers with two small oull horns imfront. So ba.d- l!y whipped.Avere. they that they did not stop. to scalp the slain or even to pick p 'the guns which were dropped in the action. Two days after our men went back to the .-spot and .found every thing undisturbed. Af Cr burying the bodies they returned bring- .jg in many things found on the ground which shows that the enemy hatUnot been back although it was bel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 April 1844

- r V u- 1 V i 'I h : I V . fear t$ ii iF'iK Dfltr&Sj'MEbtftllJ'iNTS ANS ---5hW2J&. . ;j froin htJapelgd'tg' and'."ve .for saje a large ana iresn assortment yi -ugs Medicines Patent Medicines' Surgical InstiiuneMs' Oils. Paints' Dye1 Stuffs "WiluIovV j!assr-''?utty Perfumes Fancy oaps Physicians Country Merchants and Planters are invited to call and examine the stock. Ciarksville Jan. 6 1844. 9-tf ' : REGULAR PACKET OM SHREVEPORT TO FORT TOWSON AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS IN LAKES AXD RED RIVER.' 1 ' The last new lisbt draught .Steamboat' FR-ONTFER.' Cha- . - . . ...... itiiu iixuaid ni luu ic between the two 1-.T1 a lv SEVi A b-rj. -jvsfr recelveL Il2inilnka Ti.Mk.nllA. ..nnirf.J. ivjijiiguaxu uiuuicuasa93U.icuj l Parasols summer Sluides &c. CoUoh'jCards; Trace Chains; CollinsrAxes; W" B'Rusia Drab and Cassiinere Hats: ' Blk and whijte Wool do; ' 6 Doz Palmeto Hats assorted all of which wcvwillsell at our usual rates for Cash orCotto". W.'M.'HARRlSON. April 24th 1844 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1844

$&&- -rr bHAS DE MORSE LQft SHALL OJJJt BANNER BRV&THg BREEE-THF STANDARD OF THE FREE. rrqpietar; i-'f .L- CtARKSlLLE -TEXAS JULY 31 1844- JSP- 3& . VOL 2. WU- -. - J""' "B Jk?V .mv. aa.. ' MVMMb M& - " T. . VB - y- M' -- V . w FK i. E- U mh M: Vn -"i Dv Bt '. iMK Ear : -J-BWi .1 ms ii Rrl .41 A? Ia. H - BKt A- Hlf .. K' we.. t.. ..... . .- -...l.i . - 1 (.. - - - " T J . -- T T rjiw--- f- - ' i - --. - emsmn EDITED AJND PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE xMORSE.; TEliMS : The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday; at three dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollars- at the end of six months or fivedollars at the end ol the year. - Subscriptions lor six montus ii in ad vanes or S3 50 at the expiration of the time? ' Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square lor the first insertion and fifty ceats lor each subsequent insertion if paid in auvance. II one weekis allowed to elapse without payment fif- i n.r n.i will hf. added ta the chan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1844

tibtai .-""" 'roin&ua; narieraafiq correspondence it- which.place she left la fsem.iuui oauia?Auua uas.8cui uiueia iu ucsuuu;ues jur y ww ii ii tixr I ' . - 1" m !' I 1 ". oiisn..a aecreeat once..io voromouoro uonner h wou tOUWWUMUOM) the i fleet that the armistice with Texas is at arrendrand-that-hostilities re to bpimmedi-atelyjcummenced-with vior. Report has itlfitft featiyAnha'ha's also ordeted General WbnTofad7anceonTexaa. He harf called upbf? Congress to furnish him with 30000 menaBcrWjUOOjOOO wherewith to recom mince -the? -war against Texas. General Rdyea'hasjbeen appointed Minister of War and Marine in place oh Tornel and Gen. GoWz.de la1 Cortina first officer of the war bureau. Gen'. Valentin Carializo has been chosen' commander of therarmy destined lo operate against Texas.. The new Minister of War hasorde'red the militia. into immedi- atenndia:tive service and from piesent ap pearances-it would .seem that j3anta Anna is determined to mate a strong' attempt "to re.sub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1844

r -- 4 disiunfeeTrum-ilie placr of-execution'.- W'ray was next tafe.-n on his Way back fronvsoine point near Shreveport where he had-bWh" .selliBg. stolen properly. He had with birr amarc and coit wKicK Ke stole" sotile wtie're" elow to ride home on. .He made acknowledgement of" rascality 'when taken and on the day of execution he made a full confession. He acknowledged the affair with the Indians and the stealing of eleven horses since his arrival in this coonr try: in the latter part of last winter. He as- cribed hi? course to ihe persuasion of Jones .Reed and Wh.te with whom he said he had- t fallen in company.on-his way to this country. - He also stated that!:Jones and ""White said they had killed a man by the.name of Moss eith-i -T in Arkansas or Missouri -and that they--were hired to-.do. it by-a man hy.-the name of Peevey. Jones and White weretskenat-FortrKous- -ton by a party of hbotit'-twenty men tind were both asleep with arms by them a gun Jay Irel-n"rid immed: Aid y hoHt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 31 July 1844

A r mtjir iiirflfiwi V V s. If Jv iEOL sH OILS. &c. LOOK ft HALL hayc just received from Fhkablbhia. and have rors'afe.a large "anti fresnlajssbi ftipent of Efugs Medicines Patent 'Medicines Surgieal; Instruments Oils Paints DVeSliiBd Vtimvw Glass. P"uitjy Perfumes;- 'Fanify-Soaps &c &c -x -- Physicians Country Merchants and- Planter are invited to call and eamme: the stock. Clarksville Jan. fe 1844. 9tf REGULAR PACKET FROM SHREVEBORT TO FORT TOWSON AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS IN LAKES AXD RED RIVER;- The fast new light draught Steamboat FRONTIER. Chba- iTH.vRi "master win iuu ieguuf rbetween the two above named places. The steamer FRONTIER is an entirely new- boat throughout strong and of the best materials built by G;K.-Cheatham atLquisville Ky.the"di- mensions to-suitthe navigation of upper Red River and "Bayous from Lakes to the River; and1 will ply regularly between Shrevepcrt and the head ofhavi gation meeting the South "Western "at ShrCvcport. Both'bbats owned b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1844

NOftl?:SfiR-N STANDARD ft - ; 1 1 . - 1 I .... .. I i Ijli llltj IjU JjUl1 -iJiyi J. J j-jij . .. f .? j. mp i 'fJ!Jl v ."TfS. CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL O.UR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 2. CLMKSVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 7; 1844. NO. '40: EDITED AND PUBLISHED CHARLES DE MORSE. BY TERMS i The Northern Standard is published every 'Wednesday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollars at the end of-six months or fivedollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six montns $2 in advancs or 2 50 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion aud fifty cents for each subseauent insertion if-naid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without payment fif- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after six months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under will be considered a' square. One lino over a squai e will be considered two; ' oxer twen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1844

i ht . Ul' SB feggl ' Wmmmm PiNTfiN6?ArBo5tbn paper states that ihepin'nanufact6'ry near Derby Conn. has a contrivance for sticking pins in papers which isuuita marfe1l6usr It'takes in Eng- land 60 females to stick in one day. by sun- jighi 90 "packs consisting of 302460 pins the same things is performed here in .the same time'by onewoman. Her sole occupation isto pour them a gallon at a time.into a hopper from whence they came out all neatly ar- ranged upon their several papers! The.me- chanism by which the labor of fifty-nine per- sons is daily .saved yet remains.a mystery.to "all but the inventor ; and no person but the single one who attends to it. upon any pretext whatever is allowed to fnter the room where it operates. We are ahead of the English his time stick a pin there. Pic. The Public Debt of Mexico is .estimated at - 82 000.000 and bears an annual interest of .84 900090. The actual income from 'all sources of revenneis about-8 13000000 and tbc annual expenditures of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1844

f .- I-.. 0 rT y yyg -. riTP JtVgSCauS- jyu Tni Good OF THE Republic. The Rights of THE People. The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7: : 1844. ' 5jT Exchequer bills received at par for subscrip tions in this District. His Hon Judge Mills arrived in town of Sunday evening. Col. Anderson returned to town on Sun- day evening from a visit to Lamar county and left again yesterday morning for Boston vi Bowie county where be will address the cit- izens. Last night's mail fiom the United States brings us no news except additional riots in Philadelphia and fighting between the Mili" -tary and the native citizens. Particulars. which are lengthy in our next. Dr. Johns' Temperance speech shall ap- pear in our next if possible. Our limits at present are so contracted that we aTe under the necessity of making long documents wait a convenient occasion. We helped to eat on Monday last a Musk- melon raised by Maj. Jas. W Sims measu- ring thirty three inches in length ; which we took...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 August 1844

. J l -Zl-i'LS DRtf6S ttEDlCINESPAINTS AEM OilfcBf;S-..:A .. . ! I LOOK & HALUhave ust received ifrkni PHi!afli.1hKiaVnd 'hate for sale 'a; Jalrg sand fresh iassortnwnt 06 Drugs y vj:-:. TQt-tvr Med icings.--Siirsrical Instruments. Oils Paints- Dye. Sniffs Putty Fertumes ancy ooaps "tiHaB 0H.V-ni -" 'J 'Window' Qlass -svetc. &c. " ' . - Physicians. Country Merchants and Planters i are invited to call and examine the stock.. Clarksville 'Jan. 6 1844. 9-tf REGULAR PACKET . Tl(ST RECmVJbD Gingham tJmTeHaa'asSptted j Parasols summer. ShattesA&c. - Cotton Cards; Trace Chains; Collins Axes; W ;B' RusiaDrab and Cassimere Hats; j Blk and'white Wool do; UPwhidh wftWillellat our usual rates fqrCash or Cotton. W. M-HARRISON. ' Abril 24th 1844 23-tf tyvoksmnal .tMvtximmtntk. .S.' H. MOftGAN &' R. K. CL'ARK Partners in the practice of the law seventh Judi- dialttstrict; Texas will attend to all business that niy. b .entrusted to them with-punctuality and hdelty." addrkss. .. .. '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1844

TSEiT VAST B AM ; -.. ..... ; - - or. f r j i r w . piAs. oe morse . i LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE .BREEZETHE STANDARD OF THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VQL. 2 . CLARIS VILLE TEXAS .AUGUST 14 1844. M).-41. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY f CHARLES DE MdRSE. TERMS: TherfJoRTHKRN Standard is published every Wednesday at three dollars and fifty ceuis per an-i-am in advance four dolkus alihe end of six months or nvedollars at tiie end oi the year. Subscriptions lor six monins ijj2 in advance or 5r'50atthe expiration' of the timj. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar er square for the first insertion and fif.yeents for 'ich subsequent insertion if paid in advance. if one weelf is allow ed to elapse without payment.fift- 'ly per cent will be added to the charge and after mx months two dollars per square will be-iequired. Ten .lines or under will be considered a ?quare. One line over a squafewill be considered two; over twenty iinek three &c. r ' Yearly advertisements not exceeding ten line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1844

iVir. Baggs woun4eom the leg residing JohnstfboSFrft.a ? j Henry Slack n&ldinir in Carpenter above Sixth wtoimcfed wLthighwith a sluglj HenryTones. woundednitHe fight shoul- der residing in Chrjstlan above Third. ""Two horsed the military shot dead near Second an'dGiWofine. One of the Troops fell from his horse sup- posed to jbe shot. .. j J i Cant; It-K. Scott. Commander of the: Cadwalader Grays was shot .it is feared mor tally in the spine. Col. Pieaspntonsiightly wounded. Thos. Faulkner was s.hoVhut not seriously wounded. Thomas D. Grover received a bayonet thrust through hia coat. Joseph Silby. South wark wounded in the shoulder and thigh mortally wounded. Capt Lyie"s wife residing in Catharine street below. Third wounded in the arm. 'Mr. Guy residing 'in Perm street above South wounded in Both leg.8 CLTY COUNCILS. On Sunday evening the Council? of the City of Philadelphia assembled. The following resolutions .were offered and adopted in common Councils and approved by the S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1844

7 i JTE 'LGtQT . . A I tJiTRiafi-fs We have in. .possesion an.add.ees-io the ?p .M ..'... -...-. T . ..;i !t'?l).-!T'lFflf f.Mft'Sai'.m i I .. a'-'.''-" ' l' ' public; tit Gen: 1Werce explariutbry (Jf the PHMEP t "" vs?--iFr nt' tup --BK.(t x.ir - Republic . J$F 5 r '7 1 ' I OF THE People. t !Te UjTlhcqi tf$tefl;- . CLABKSVILLi WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14 : 1844 circumstsncrsjoTtKe raritof-t7e late colony and' th'c5 character df tfie fe'BHiract. Wetiad hoped to present it-this week but am obliged to defer it lo the next. - O Exchequer oil Is. revived atjwr-fpr subscrip ion in this District. The account" of the Philadelphia riots which takes up so .much room .iii. this num- ber will be found.. interesting-. .. -.-f. .j Campbell the Poet.- Thomas Camp- bell the talented poet died ntBo'uIogne; in France on the loth ult. ' ' i "Honest Bob "Wilson" is again a candidate for the Presidency of the Republic. If any body has not seen his circular they can find one at our office. ' t We commend to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 August 1844

- f w'il"ypf77rfga & a!HwrfhwS5 7rV t?T v .-xJLj.rS'l uakii -v. xiirsv sc M sntJOOfcHALlhaVe-jaBt feSeXVSi ..EarfBoIivjrapmekShadea.&e. . i k-:iuiLii-i.t 3 u-io. .Tt.t-v : nAftn. r: .. -i.: . Gim'naat Etebreilas: iorid: I ' : -s -i jltfbgo -ana'Tresh assortment oF Drugs; ' W E-Rusia Drab and Cassimere Hats- Medicines Patent Medicines Surgical BIk and white -Woo! ' ' do: ' ' Snstrttnieiita "01W 'Taints Dye Stuff 76!Doz Pal meto Hats iorted " " i" ntiowa rff&C;GfasFutfy Perfumes Fancy SbapB j i "5hyaciatM'H?iinitryJMerch"an4s "and oplaYiters r inrite'itocfell andl'examine tiie'stdck! ' ' Clarksr!Uet0a6 T4?9rtn .' 'i "' " " .iwfeRfrip.'Ak PACKET ... viXOSWri-VnK'o-. rpA -MT TrkVO J KUJ.ajitr'y V.svi u iu Tnwfinw. ANPAXL iNfRMEPlATE. LASDIN&3 1NTA'KS(JA'D RED RIVER. The fast new lisht fraught .Steamboat 'FRONTIER. 'Chka- . T.HAM ma"iei between the win run regUiuLi two above named The" steamer FRONTIER is an entire; new 1-oaf -throughout 'strong and of the best materials ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1844

X3C2SM jfca CHAS. OE MORSE LONG SHALL OtJR BANNER BRAVE TEIR BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 2. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 21 1844- NO. 42. - j ' ' ' ' t ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ini-ii mi ii . iannat EDITED A iV u PUBLISHED r CHARLES DE MORSE. BY TERMS: The NoRTKKN' Standard is published every Wednesday" it three dollars and fifty ceiita per an- .xturn in advance four dollars at the end of six months or fiveclollars at the sud ol the year. 1 Sabbcrip.ions lor six mon:tis $-2 in advancs or (S3 oOatuis ex iration of the time. Adver.ise.nentb will be inserted at one dollar per square for the firM insertion and fif.y cents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is alloVed to elapse without paymeutfift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and afier mx months two dollars per square will be tequired Ten lines or undr will be considered a square. &ae line over a square will be eousidered two; over twenu lines three &c. Yearly advertisements not exceed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 August 1844

I Burqu dSvcTu'p 10 ifs tKuise some years' ago; cnsomev'pbliticai business he found Mr? Wright in a UasBy wpblsey' dress "pijing stones into hps to'iiave the s'cythe'oftnctnowernvhen the grass was leadyfor harvest one of the nibt-a'borinu3 proceedings thati'ver man went rat; we. have tried Jti and speak Knowingly He has been offered the judgeship secretary- ship the nomination for President at the lab conventional BaItimoreaud when nominated for the rice"Preidency declined peVemptoriiy ""Slichisthe "cht'racterrnnd"'some of the prom inent acts ofl Silas Wright Senator from New- York and neonle will be at a loss to know. i ii j what has caused him to talce. up farmingand ' . ClAksviHe'AugIt 111844. ( midV ofher engagements; request- l T ?V.. " I' . fl'ne l0 draw up.a contract corresponding -w.w ...j .vuwiiu ue auuuiiueu 10 me '1'resi- aunt for his approval The draft was accor Dear V. - availing myself of your liberal uuci ui una morning 10 allow me the use ol content himself with bein...

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