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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 October 1848

. Tee la th Edinburgh Philosophical I A jlBjiB is the lonfy and elxe of i1' V, i, Britain there at atill extaal I Jr' .re" Oaks, nu Pro," " J t.iu, wuK-u . 1 l 11 - L. I .. wore " . -Bjr4 years g- am mere are i -aura M-t atill. There are some . T . j i- man than Iwelre baa-1 -5 1 - . - I tr' ........ m the chnrch yard of Crow ..Jr of fourteen hundred and fifty st"41 iv.vUora churcbysrd la Kent, i ex ud the age of three lhoaaad a .Bother at Hedmr. Bucks County. ia full rigor. J meaaore. twenty wk .... .. ...ter. appear. to be npward. ef ,,J two handred year old. Hit ike at Savannah, on the 29th ult.. 1, A j , lLe Krpuhlican, l y which we learn t(ie the lKle coast of Florida w a '.Tu'.h'a irti.Cc sale. The mail carrier Atotmc to Picolata report that the f-.ei S:. ,a'..ie '! ,HV. Alir wv-.., . i ...t ii-ua.il arhnoner A ifi'-1 i Ime bar, cnt ashore aouiti fi .tii'iiJinc. ...lam fr Blfewltc WMw - ... .i . i - !mi. tolestai.iisiieviinrhua.ieipma. An iJi..s. At a meeting lately RtV. tlie ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 October 1848

V LITERARY EXAMINER. Tk Put. r attar comwuLi This com m ob field, this litUo brook What ii thera hidden la those two, That I ao often on them look, Ofteaor thaa on the heaven, own bloeT No boaaty lie npon the field; Small music doth Uie river yield; A nd yet ( look, and look again, Willi something of n pleasant pain. Tii thirty tan it be thirty years, Since last I stood npon this plank. Which o'er the brook its figare rears, And wstch'd the pebbles as they sank? How while the stream! I still remember lu margin glossed by hoar December, And how the sun Tell on the snow, Ah! caa it be so long .goT Jtrometu hatk;-o blythe, so bright, It harries to my coper ken, As thoagh batons ohort winter night Had darkened o'er the world since then. It i the same clear dazzling scene; Perhaps the grass is scarce as green; Perhaps the river's troubled voice Doth not so plain lv say Rejoice." Yet nature surely never ranges, Ne'er quits her gay and flowery crown; But; ever joyful, merely changes The pr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 October 1848

1L 1L1L11L4 liilViL Jli.NI. lllA 1L 116 : - , ' ! i ' "prove all tiiings; hold fast that wmcn is good. ...... ...:-.. .. . . ' --- .. . VOLUME II. LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER 72. TUB KXAMlNEK; I ike to 0es. xm KMM. APVANCK. PAUL SEYMOUR. SUtuUZ Lili.citueu.of Scott co-uty. IjllB-'". ' .. Mr. Johnson " ciU-." pUuW i Ark.usa-.-lt b Uie ifcmocratic C-n- IIS -' AUbo-.h .a ..U-hnuu,- l,iu.f'fful,a'0"- TrirU f""" ,( BO,,r,noUo' ' 4,..J .1 all I."-'. opportunity may .......... -it af cur to- its the siruujr.. - fc -- - . lied in fuK, " I" '. .-I. i uroviJod the languare i tliejr nij r - - ..l1UIVe. nrB it II V nr eiteudrd reply at n,Tt.uall . .... -..r io liu.tH'n ,,, rou,u,.U. uk. rly oi-portouily 1 til. UK JlltHIM! , f r',n fWin lt i 4,u,.t...u t.. a w ry tr,kiuS ri;. diov ti L..U- I.v Mr. J.. to a:-n nr-Warr-, i; r., ti l" uLiiUhtd i" any ti ,. i,. i.'.. i-Mt ' ' " " '' ve"l,h" TMiZu M.M.-iicel'iom which ue Uk.-to k '1Ujt ll " "'e ",tor,"!,t ot l,,e m'0,lin...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 October 1848

THE EXAMINER.1 F. COSBY. JOHN H. HEY WOOD, NOBLE BUTLEB, Ediiois. LOUISVILLE: :::OCT.28. ISIS. rr r awa occasionally, a number of the Eiuibsb( permnt tsho r not t i4criier, in IA ?, tAat oy a jmwi ir, wey dutd I tubwcrib. Ta Waaecrlarrs. Many of oar subachbers Lave failed to aen'd a their firat year" a anWriptiom. Wo earnestly roqaest thoao ia arrears far tho first and second year, U forward the anion (it due to as, without farther delay. talking of tb. neceeeity of taking Btepa to throw off what they call tlie burden of slavery. ta Miaso.ri, the discussion has been commenced and it ia Mleved that ths friends of eiiiaucipa- Uon are sufficiently numerous there to move effi ciently sgalnet the system. In bid Kentucky loo, oar own Commonwealth, honored abroad and beloved at home, there stiem to be no reas- on to doubt that a large proportion of the people have resolred on thr gradual extirpation of what the eloquent Tom Marshall years ago denounced aa a "withering cancer" and a "mounta...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 October 1848

For the Eiamiuer. 7.1 ws ere loat in wonder at the :'ro" i,.i.iiI,iiuIim ' j ..r.l musical st"' "7" versed la the epc"y for ..cfi extant amon us, ana !trJf 7 f " " U,i" WO"" rful V ' , ,h, v,rlou, performers bowl ! l""" m ilJered aud could not but here liM thif great . .... lA i was enreed in composing tle ..ttVa . ii..-. . used to nay. "I frit myself so - .fnin. ... . r 111 . . -i.i. me to praise him a ortlil- .. - ... the source and hence the nhi wonderful production. The en r"r IUv(1 had all to do with his success " , .ftrr train of real fius foe never un "'" .. nAi fnr tune or rain rlorv. pSt!""' ,, of the subject wa ujon him, m-rforee t're " enU "'dn "V ...,, tied l Ihe proper chord Mor h .,..rrs upou the key.. The ruefed hip ... - r.m ...iln.1t- liut onlv half at- wtct if tlie uulmin hed chord and llie siiniug that the .oet and the ftudent of hJrt' l fe alias with the musician aud the lt" ,7 ,o ',ai,,, "Th c,""- r, aline "f :,J t,,e r""r"1Ce f0f LU PW t ,,,. ..out tf the a Tit...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 October 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. Ibiag ler r cmuxa iwais. There's not a cheaper thing rlh Nor yet on half e dar. , . . ... 'Tie worth more than dialinguhOVd birth, Or thoasaB-U gam'd ' T'"r: It lead lbs dsy new delight; 'Tie virtne's firmest shield. And adds more beauty to the night, Tnan H' t way yield. It tnaketh poverty content, To sorrow whisper pence; It Is a gift from heaven eeut For morula to increase. It meeta yon with n entile at uioro; It lulls yoa to repose; A flower for peer and peaaant born, An everlasting roue. A rliann to banish grief avay. To enatch the frown from care; Tarn tears to smiles, make dullness fay Spread glad ness every where; And yet 'lisclieap as summer dfw, That gems the lily's breast: A Uiisiiian for love, as trno As ever man posacss'd. As sHiilos the rainbow through the clonJ, When threatening storm begins As iuunc 'mid the tctnpest loud. That still its sweet way wins As springs an arch across the tide. Where waves conflicting foam. So cornea this seraph to our si...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 November 1848

"peote aia Tnmcs; nou past,that which is oood." V oi.umg 11 LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1848. . . T 1111. Tim EXAM""; . , ai. .en w r.'J,w" nave. in- to TKK.. era a;1' . . j;r i a IV ADVANCE. SKVMOUR, ...... ifriarMii T!,f iecei ti tiling -k.i lifsl .lev .,k .f spieadiiv tttrtsa . - -IT, . SL an evert worthy of more than or.li "" .. I, ; .-.f ttu'lt nr irTi their lives lo the grout the light of Christianity lion over ine j v...-.- v. of announcement " ' f ;,n,wrtaiK-e. as suggestive .uJ-roisWnV of philanthropy 1 . L lite lieart -of the Uir.i- nT.itn ii"" r' . - ! ulilW. 10 l.iu ". . . , . , , i ledVt Iu4 klliumi. ..'unit to ail "e ,rt oiimI.I hiiii Tor so many hiave all want w . l......-r. lil ..-.-Ui all he lalwrs required of him ' . I ,iben and barbarous people, i. f. , lew weeks since the Lev. Dan Am ream. t his foot on the shore of lus ciintrv. I'" ''VJ Wlth "nlV . ... i. ,l' hir( lie a forced to re al .'- 1 . ..... .lavs, hv tlie pressing importu ;. of some of hi old...

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

THE EXAMINER. LOUISVILLE r. ( fiv. .lulIN M Hi V mi.HI, ,ni;l.h 1HII.KK, lii.iit.ks :NOV. 4. 1613 t'tt ft min-krr tht ml subucrifrer, ih It'c crro-'ionn7!; ,M i: r 7 f -" " 1 k...IJhl.M. i I ,.... - h. whtek CM B Hf price. ir m- U ii to be hoped that or. long thefort.na.e man men. that the negro wu. especially adapted to i. "rt''"iJ'"' " " C'T rr.h.,.; or twenty per eent- Ef ..cJ-w ! ooara: . ..tit-known. Heforeh.,M h ! v.r, warm reirWH,.. But w. are .Iw.y. ready . ..fK.-l.y.-N-.". steadily real... thirty " J"' Hra, ufc.,.,. ; . $1 25 to UJ per -sy. , i - - . i mine lasL immi.eri.i trie Kianimer. ne 1 rnnrn iiimb i iid in mo oice nw - i . ..it...... ii I ... . - l (" UVI CI VH IMUI wu uiLsed (n rente t n.o ari'imiiita nf A. H. C..' in I ai.M lalxir auJ under the mine circumstaa- I i- iruh. - - 11 00 ' . .. I . I . , I, ri.. 1.1 nn .... ouiMtion to Emaiicinatioii. as wiblUhtd in the . When voii have done this, wo au y llouso servant, females i j m a- Xr.'T I . .. (aJ - - K-f IH1 lA f...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 November 1848

ftrara Dy aYavrs. .Mll(,rrt sat at 9 o'clock, and tbe . .- lerlans-tcr.lln -if . ti.aaa. eaa ' Dealt) eries Mf oUrlra-The Ver IK . ',ee rnoceeded with Li charge, at L 1 1 '' .1, ot which, i-""1 4 t,ofk' U''J"' ..... r ' r' "' .! past 3 their lordship resnm- ' . ..-IV IM.U"1 I . a . ... in tin Ciiri-liO""e. ! ' c-r ' . . i.... ...unites, succeeded their !" "i";f , . ,..n broken by alight runling . "'' ' i -.r,.t .he inrv (ivtm, Irom whence 1 ' 7 l....i,.J hv the foreman, w ho lie Id ir" ... i.. hand day bd previously been hem in lo hia Excellency. I lo have dird within the twenty days preceding Ihe i When be received the deputation he (Mr. Craw- Juth ol AugUbU hint) explained that tlie inmin ol then having cotue Mi promptly was, that a report had been iiu ii- Fraaee. lion. d at (he meeting that a warrant Itad teen in- V'e freiun 'evolution is .ifcaiil inarcbmj Willi I . - ii .r: c . . ....i . e i i I rttDKI KlrideH. aim rVatiimal ARHinneK 111!. il.eiiti.rf ana.1 f. .r lit TAinilum tf...

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

LITERARY EXAMINER. A alasM. ? H. LAMAlliSL. Welcome y trees, in dying verdure elad. Weeping your golden trars on all below; Hail, lovely autumn days, whose aspect aad Deli? his my sight and softens all my wo. With thoaghlful step in lonely woodland path I love to mark the year's retreating form, WhHit, sombre as Ike mournful shades of death. The sua veiled rays scares tell the ap proach of morn. Yes, in these autumn days, when nature die, Her glory gone, all beauteous things 1 see The farewell of a friend, the last low sighs That waft from dying lips the last sweet smile to me. So ready from the shore of life tospriug, Weeping for cummer days of hope long past, I stilt look back with envy's poiguantstiug, And view departed joys which yet no joys posaees'd. Karth, sun, vales, nature, beautiful and fair, For you, on death's dark verge, a tear I'll shed ; So lovely is the light, so pure the air, That shiues anu breathes arouud the dving head. Yet to the dregs this cap of life I'll drai...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 November 1848

"PHOVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST TCT WHICH IS GOOD." voi.iIE II- TUB EXAMINE!!; LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAYS NOVEMBER 11, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER P A U I' IN APVAKCE. SEVMOUK, - .:-mml l"sacr,"1- ft-"''-" i-,t.attatw, toward Ui:;X'i-a -.oI1..dw theTer- U cuKuf.h of marked i . , ..-maika on Uiesub- -.i.U- I!iC 11 1 the inoc-l lcasihle remedy ill. idlUlHX Jii'ui a advocate ick mo - I believe its existence in -1 &tu i cfP slavery frl,M U prejudicial to die beat in- 1 ; t,'ui me bjwcis oi u J must cheet fully do - lint If" reed convicuou, iuw and retaai theui among I privileges a eojue 1 I JU1 i,, ii'H-raie our Naves .. ... Cull or parlia IN ftiliti " , . I 111. nnlamitr u'lltll aliens, would" "'"'; ... HJUU induce every sane man, who could eor. w flv , cnsut"led- T,e u-3iui li "s i:nion 1 haVfl l0n ,',ce p-Wi a"J Pr'nldd 1 am' lheue ,'K oW w'.U.r.g u emancipate upon the 'luon oi coloiiiaaiion. Uut. when the u! the oui" prujxjsi- t-oiuiii5aiiv, .f tin North.' We are lU l'- l is c,l,el a,,J "ll...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 November 1848

THE EXAMINER. e. COS BY JOHN H. HEVWOOn, NOBLE BUTLEB, 1 EoiTOBk. LOUISVILLE: :NOV. 11. 1843. rCT Wa Mi, exeomonally, m number of tk Ki.lit to persons who mr not subscribers, in tk' ',tXat by a pemml of it, they may be in C. Ko subscribe, i . ' JU- Many of our subscribers have failed to tend their first year's subscription. We earnestly request those la arrears for the first and second year, to forward Uie amount dne to us, without farther delay. James S. RaaKix.of this city, is our travel ing agent for Kentucky, and is authorised to procure subscribers and wake collections for the Examiner. Eacaa ragtag. An icteUigent and influential correspondent tn tie interior of the State aays: "of the thirty eight subscribers at this place, twenty-two are slave-holder. They own, according to the tax book of the commissioner, two hundred and seven slaves two of them together, own sixty eight slave. These men, excepting one, are all very warm for gradual emancipation; that one is for it if ha ca...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 November 1848

, No. S. ... ft. Y. A""- r'ptlS tATEB FFOM EUROPE. arts AlJ" ,m,nin from Liverpool ,SfS- th- 21-1 H- br, mg:ug one .oui Europe. "V L,..i,r Ciohi u -uwr aa t 'f- dH1o.,i lorrn..denl at t-' f a-1"1 UBi-ooi.S.iurdar. . i L din been still I .aiialicuol the wind ). wf tt iliplete : V..ia VU'r""" thanr. in tlie aimuh- silfCCeUea ice pre- arvcft is nowcoiii- nrit fortnigni tne mowing will be geueial. , IS RUll irfwiry etlllT. .' - , utUlaa i immensely short; me ' "v mii of P;ril P""" V. J ntart ..peculation " V .,,, ' ' . j -aid- '", , '! ich are flowing in Iwm Z te'.d effectually w keep ":"r ihetaoler. ... we at t by. U.'5.p' has seilM'JlT auaoni nrr V ',.r.r trf'I"' elnityi th pprwi.lv requlaitiou, th elcaleg up of lb passages, A c, re in such violent contrail with the Emperor's uaaurancee that the Dielmuht make a decided protect against them. Ilie Dirt did uot call the Hungarian iutu (lie country, iiej Diet ran it decree that they eliail leave it The Hungarian Diet haa given command to ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 November 1848

LITERAHY EXAMINER. U fir's JnrMr, T CtlBII CiMrillU It were a happy thing to dwell On expectations merely. Without one fear to quench or quell Desires ' nun so desily; And looking aye on pleasant things, And seeing still beyond them Stiff brighter fat than even these are, f V iUj bright wares to respond them. Sat, well-a-dsy! 'tis only youth Thst wsiteth thus, und reading The shock of time, the death of truth Beneath the false world's treading; For there is that within the mind Which warns us not too boldly To look before, nor yet behind, Where cold ghosts gibber coldly. The eye, which for an instant takes Kose-visions from the future, Beholding there all that is fair. Find Reason soon to tutor. And teach it all, that glows so bright Is born ot the ideal, Wiule o'er the prospects gloomy night Brings darkness dense and real. We cannot tread the smallest spare Without Hope's help to cheer us; But we should look toil in the face, Nor faint to find it near us: Nor in our need too largel...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 November 1848

t i "prove all things; hold fast that which is good. W W W IF WA MTIWMTfe Ik Jili Iim : JiL4 iilVli 1L i llj Ji u-o - Till. ,..,... .-111..'"''"- LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1848. WHOLE NUMBER 75. . ,Mhrlo,nr" r b .' a era AMT. ,MJ.w- T S U V M U u , IN ADVANCE. SHY An .144 L" . -i T ,III rB THE Of THKIK r.-. .,.llj i- i lrsirr"' - r,,r.mMtt of th ,ut,v The will of the M-coJ ""T.K.n.rsl andrel.eious in- - - P3" ,, I. fo, ihe future eruanci- of da f faculty of the dll,r w .lath we w adJress "'i beiavain- You profess to be , jl 5 br he F""1" ana precr-. of j1 -L recosnlse tr fact tha i bo!f reL.fton: you r-rT7liie Son of God; end you be- It e been imbued with a por- on of " ich yet for our sake. U b0UhBj!r When we point out to 'jXlr dutv. and call upon them ' I??? o a ppeal" cannot be altogether w fulfil it. ou raj I fetron rift our encouragement, in our firm cround lor o ir . as May ?!r l. the crv ot the " - : 10 each one of u tuim it as we os lor i" under your care. We r...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 November 1848

1- " THE EXAMINE H. r. cosby. JOHN H. MFYWOOD. NOBLE BUTLER, LOD1SV1LLE: :KOV. J.S, 1S48. 83" W 04J, occaoionaily, nvmher of tht EiAMiirti U ftnona ukc art not tubtcriler, in Ms , tkmt by a piruml of it, they may b in amttd t tnltcriU. .. , T kacrlkrr. . Maay of eur subscribers have faded la vend their first year' subscription. W earnestly reqaast those in arrears for th A rat and second year, te forwm-d the amount due to us, without further delay . James S. Rakkix, of this city, is our travel Inf agent for Kentucky, and ia authorised to jrocar subscribers and make collections for the Examiner. Aasertraa Lr. The following beautiful tribute to labor is from a speech lately delivered ia Faneuil Hall, Bos ton, by Daniel Webster: "I have spoken of labor as one of the great elements of oar eociey, the great substantial In terest on which we all stand. Not feudal ser vice, not predial toil, not the irksome drudgery by one race of mankind, subjected, on account of color, to the control of ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 November 1848

. . . i- .: I...II.. .... .a L.:.an U lUIIIIIUUUII wr, l lA ta l sen - " tin i" thf WwUh f the ii""mt. . . .ireaJv proved that free labor Perhaps they will. W aliall know when ttity arrive. la Mr- Johnson's addre we vera particular ly impressed with the beautiful eulogidrn bo- inaritr. henrs. ira - .. m a . a.a -- - , a 1 W", clid with Mr. Johnon, that "'owed npon labor. In ihia respect, bU remark M-' c0 js lor lh t.aefit of are appropriate and true, and we rejoice that lie ? Jret he tell, th laborer of Ken- the real nobility of irorA. iT!jI ihte facte .triug him in the B-t wh,,t when in the outburat of teckr.'"" ..,:- -ill prove hie ruin! Li PaWotiam he rejoicee became we "Ute are- .. .h.ifrom uth prmiea can de- ieaw7 erceeofiea . What, In bia fpu"0 loiion: opinion, are mrmUl teeufrntUntT U tbe aerr- 7"on as t compare the wa- ,nr " another for hire a meniml tcempmtitnt Is 'uLiaKVntafky with thoee of Ohio the performance of what the ne; ro engage io f"tT' tu ic- If he will tun to th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 November 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. From th 0'lf jr lbt. Tat Tasnskl Asset. A RAIISO ASP 6LtEriN TEtAM. I W I Lit. fWITTl TO ILtASlaATS A UTIP1- riCTt', ST KoTSHMtL. OF A BSOfSllM IKOU ACCUM F4KIEU SV A ThH;T.J Night m ths sick man's day, For th soal wakens a the body falls. I had told weary hears; bat, witli the hush Of midnight, tmy lat memory of P"i Had stilled before a Thought of euddea bright eaa. And, like one risiag apoa spirit limba. Rose I, and wandered, with the thought away. Oh! the bleat traauts that wa are, when Sense, The Master, la too weak to call ut in, And, loosed, as if the echooi-time of a life Were over, with ita spirit-checking toils. We lo the field atray following where'er Fancy, the vagrant, calla us! All nnahod Went by the hoara, that with auch heavy heel Came laat in the alow vigils of the strong, And the dawn broke. Called In from apirit straying, I knew again that I waa weak and ill. Beginning on another day of pain; Bat. with a bleaaing on toy Thought (whose track. Far ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 November 1848

;;. : ! J 1 '1 1-1 1 ; J 11 "prove all things ; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH 13 GOOD. . OLUME II: V THK EXAMINER; . .A U.ektV.ea JeaersB" isiae Fot Otnre. TKU.1I' ,t, Q..IXAM f tE A IN ADVANCE. pAljb SEVMOUR. A- AdJ ContinxtJ.) a f syttcm licenses and produces rtat cUy. The law placet the whip hand of the master ; and iU use pro MA he avoid destroying l.fe. is limited on. w bv hU own pleasuie. Considering the l ie power with which our people are S i, W be acknowledged that the wanu'eni of their dependants. U in general, Lutarly humane. Many circumstances L'ratebere to mitigate the ngors of r. 5EwJ 'vitude; and it is probably the fact, that ro body of slaves has been ever bet fi better clothed, and less abused, than S uVes of Kentucky. Still they have L purity for their .comfort, but the hu inanity and generosity of men. who have been trained to regard them not as brethren, but as mere property. Humanity and gen erosity are, at best, poor guarantees for the Jrinn of those who cannot assert t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 November 1848

Til 1? E1 Y A ' M f N V n I pMM for th de,nPUo'1 ' 6ut tntta 11 Li Id A A ill 1 l Ed lU recir-rocal bead of our claverv rrstom. but I . . r we have urn beard one yet. that we did Hot P. COSBY. JOHN H. HF.VWtWD, AUbLE BUTLER. Eorro. LOUlSVILLE::::::::::NOV. 25. 1848 CF IT Mi, tccamonallf, a KiAr A sVtiMissa to MnnidUffi kicriors, in. A kopt, tJtot h frml ft, ty may bt in- Vs4 U r ' TbW Many of or subscribers bar failed to Mud a their first yeer'e subeeriptloa. . We earnestly reaat those la arrears for th first and eeoend year, to forward tba amount da to as, without farther delay. Jamb 8. fUnKiN,af thia city, ia oar travel lag agent for Kentucky, and ia authorised to procar subscriber and mek eollectiona for the Kxamiaer. The following beeatiful tribato to labor ia from a apeech lately delivered ia Faneull 1111, Boa toe, by Daniel Webster: "I bare epokea of labor aa one of the great elemenlf of ear eociey, the great substantial in terest ea waicfc we all ataad. Not feudal aeT' vice, ...

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