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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 April 1858

llflsljDillc Patriot. t. - TEimst - Ply per annum, S. 00 Tri-Ueckly, per uiimiui, & oo Weekly, per annum, . 3 00 One Weekly lor two year, or two Weeklies r for oue year, in advance S 00 When the lady, Tri-Hcekiy, or Weekly is lobe discontinued (nxiiX in advau ce at tlie time subscribed for;, tlie subscriber must order, otherwise It will be eoiii.nued, at tmr ftptatn. until tld for anil stopped. II nut paid, it must be paid at tlie lime of discontinit. ui-c, or t uur oottou. ute fjwijr is gooa, II win Do flit lllit.1 Mkl. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at oar risa- . pt!5inc55 Carte. - W. A. JO 1 1 SON S. CO., COTTON FACTORS, AMI Commission Merchants 27 CAROXLFJT SIP T, yr.w c.ui.riAxs. p , " - IL T. ELEMIAG, II o i: S . E , tt I G Ornamental Painter, 63 Union Street, NASHVILLE, (Between Cherry and Summer Mm-ts.i gfg- i inlerti ,um the country promptly utlended to. May 27 If II. II. HAYNtt". . ITU II. II. HAYA'ES & CO., AuLNTS loll TIIK Pizrcliase and Sale of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 April 1858

m s 2 AXLY (8 : IBI-WEIXXY t5 : 13. X: SMITH, CAMI & CO., r. ; . ' " ' " w. nr. smith, ISA P. J0.NT3, Editor. S J -Office, No. 16, IedrrtcU Mree-t. 8ATTJBDAY,. APRIL 24, 18S8. FurUuXarknllrratrM. CaTallcr and rurltana XortU Soutb I'nlon. . That there are two distinct serin dements la thin country. antsronir-Uc to each other, and separated by well defined geographical line, is unfortunately too evident to admit of doubt. The straggle b-twe-Q thr-m, which to-day is to u.iprofitably fierce and bitt r.had its origin, not fifty nor eighty years ao. when it exist d, at te co'mpromtw.'S of thJ Constitution prove, bit in the gr 'at revolafon that during the milllie half of the 17 th century, changed and agitated the face of Great Britain. The Cavaliers and Puritans of that age were the aucestors and prototypes of the Southerners and Yanke-s " of this. Th'-re were two dis tinct revolutions in England ia the 17th cn Jury, the fir?t religious, the last p'-liticul the first conducted by the...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 April 1858

NASHVILLE: FATTTEDAT KOEMKG APEIL 24.1858. Mat Day Cklibratiox. We are pl ased to hear tliAt very cxWnsive jri-para lions are waking for the proper c Miration of the au nirprsary of the anomalous govi runv-nt, 1ft of Hay, 1780. and the formation of the Ten Hit..rical Kock-ty, lt of May. 1819. Feviral of the Ti t-raua of the war of 1812 will be in proewion, as well as many of the officers and eoldiein of the S na'nol.j and Fli r'd i won The oflfic th and MiMii r of the Firt Ttwir-e H-gini'iit, in th'; Mexican war. will bo hire in lare numbers. All the city schools will torn out, and we can saf. ly eay tliat an array of banty will le pre ntVd, rar ly e-en at one view. That do.-irvd!y popular iti-t'tution, tiV Naahvill F- male Academy, will rmn-t. r 500 f-tron, and will tke an important part in the programme, a? it has iu pos-. i-slon the Flag of the Fiit R pr im at, and will pi re it a;jaiu to the R -giim-nt. who, in turn, will prewnt it to the Historical Soci.-ty. Col. V.m. R Cavhuem...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 24 April 1858

U-MJJ W-! pn;:0oli5"fff Cinffnnatt. prngflistee (Brorcrifii, rtf: (Eransparlatinn. Orcal liurgalns Tor Cash! WE haT en band a rery lanr and elepant sUk f STAPLE AND FANCY COOlnS, that we ure oner m at very low prices for cash. Oiir stock of TRESS BILKS is very large and complete, consisting in part of .. .. .. lgnt Robes-u-Vmllo ,.-...-. flounced Silks;" Bayadere Plaid " Bl :b Satia Etripe4 and Plaid Poplins at very low pr ca. With a lor and arsnt a.wrtmcnt of rich Moira Antiques, bnepht in Job, and will be sold prratty less hro importer r-f . Willi a full line of best makes of Black Stiles, very low fr rssh V h . A. k. J. C. McCLEI LAND. TJncnrrent Money at Par. ' ' . TT JT. will take all "Free Rink" money, Ocoes, Phel V brvillo, Lawrencebnrp, and Pandri.'ire. at par, Tor goods. W. A. J- O. McCLFLLANP. X. B. As we Intepd doing an sxcl'isive cash busi ew this year, we will closo out our present stock at anpreranted low prices for cash, janilfctf t. M W. A. i J. G. SI C . 1. C. MiAU ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 April 1858

XS7 lIllSllDillf ?..lllfil)l. KATES OF ADVLUtTlSUtG. (W UJOtS OB U8S TO OOKBIlll IS A SQCAKK. ) 0b txjuar 1 day, s 1 00 ech ad'al msrtioo $ t ' " " 1 week, 3 00 each addit al Sviuar 1 60 . " " 2 weeks, 4 bO " I CO" s TERMS l Daily, per annum, , 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, , 6 00 Weekly, per annum, Z 00 One Weekly lor two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, S 00 When the tally, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly w to be discontinued (aid in advance at the lime subscribed for), tlie subscriber must order, otherwise it will be continued, at our option, until id for and stopped. II not paid, it tnust be "aid at the time of discontinu ance, or at our option. If tbo (arty is good, it will be tent until paid. Remittances by mail, in " registered" letters, at our risk. - ,. DWJBtn, s oo - 44 1 months 00 " . M " t . IJ 00 '" a " is oo " " u ii a oo " die " 4 M " S OS , " 00 " 10 00 PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY. BY Slimi, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. - atcrrwasu ax Mxatma...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 April 1858

Hasljoillc patriot. IAILY 18: TEI-WEIKLY $5: WEEKLY $3. i S BX 1 X II CAMP 4c CO., 1 ' PBOPKIBIOM. . W. HT. SMITH, fAUnn - HUP. JONES, 'l1' 'Office, No. 16, Read crick Street HOBDAY, APEIL 26, 1853. '-" Cavalier and Puritans. While many of the ideas and fact of onr correspondent A. C. are trutLful arpl just, other are rr-cuiatire merely, and to our mind fanciful. Ilia analysis of the Puritan arid Cavalirr character i hiLly interesting and tuggvf tlve; bnt he mat s the 'fuels of the two Eugligu rtrolutionn of the 17th century the basis of a faLteioua argument. In tome eenae Cromwell vat a butch r; and in some sense o were Alcibiad'. Alexander. Ilauibal, Caesar, Richard Ceour de Lion, Napoleon, and so also our own Washington, not to fay Eng land's virgin Queen. th; mela icboly Eliza beth. They killed men in war. The motives n each for butchery, were various. In i-uch as Alexander, C&r and Napoleon, ambition; in Washington, patriotism; in Richard and Cromwell, fanuticiwn, it i gran...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 April 1858

52 N ASH VTLlrE : MONDAY HOMING, -APEIL 26, 1858. A Couple of Ttpos at L.vbof.. Mpsjtj-. E. K. ?AR:tE and J. L. KiBY, 1-tt tVt city on Friday evening, ou t!i ir way to Cli cajio. as d V at to the National Typographical U ion. Tli-y will ep ak fr tlie printers as ful'y a" if all wire prewnt, acting in their own proper p'Tson?, the fraternity. We commena mom 10 Cool A" a. Cobbleh. A man not-.-l for im pTturbabiiity and a woMSn? wif-f was stop ped in th wotvls one night hy a prete-udcd gbowt. Ha only said " I can't stop, fri.-nd: if you are a man I mnt r qu-t von to rj.-t out of the way and 1-t me n.iHs: il ym are tV- d-vil, -one aloiij? and takefoiip'.-r with mv I married your sin ter: jFO-This o3 and it attaches are umk-r o'iiUfc'4ioH8 to M f--r.-. I. & N. II.u.-sii f-r a k-?ofAle, manufHcturid l.y th. at their extensive lirewt-ry in tin vicinity ol Franklin C lli-e. It i- pro.:nu:ic d ly all a- an xc 1 1 nt rt;cl". Thr-y will supply any d-ruaud-. fr it tiiat arc- made upon f.icm...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 26 April 1858

.3 QEinrinnoth prniiflisfs. &xbimtsrtti7 0 Irs n I c 4 03 rorcrt t5 ?0Ol5.;SIj0fS.' Cransportalion. Croat l-.rgains top Casli. WE bare on band a very large and elegant stock of STAPLE AND FAXCY C-tXJPS, that we are offer nr at very low price for cash. Oar stock of DRESS BILKS la Tery large and complete, consisting In part of -WeatR,be-a-mille ... - " Flounced Silks; , .'. . .- Bayadere ....... Maid " Ki-h Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low prices, s - - . - . . With a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antiques, bought in job, snd will be told greatly 1pm nan importer cost, with a full line of best makes of Black Salt., very low for cash XT. A. J. 6. MoCXEJ LAND. TTncurrent Money at Par. VJfTT- will Uke all "Free Eanlc' money, Ocoee, Fhel T byvllle, Lawrenrebnrg, and randridge at par. for goods. XV. A. k J. G. MrCULLLAND. K. R. As wa intend doing an exclusive cash hn(. Ol fteaa this year, we will close out oar present stock at JanCi tf W. A. k 3. C. McC. 1. C. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1858

ilasljuillf patriot. KATES OF ADVERTISING." t m un oa ixm iu awanrn a bqcakb. Out Square I day, S 1 UO each ad 'al Insertion it- - l week, 00 eachaddit'aifcooar. I a. " " S weeks, 4M u " , J 00 t month, 00 ' " " " S OS " " nantu. t 00 " ' " " 4 SO 44 i " 12 00 ' " " " t HO " 44 IS 00 """' too m "12 v SO " ' 10 00 asseXWABLB ar rLKAarsa. On. Sqoare, n year, $30- each additional aq tiara 110 WriUa otto. nut b fere kow aaat watp s4. vertutemetiu of yearly adveriMters befor. th. yoax X pu"w, oihorw-BMi w shall charga till dona. - Da.Iy, pr annum, , $8 04 Tri-Weekly. er aniiuiu, 6 00 Weekly, ter annum, 3 00 One Weekly Ir two years, or two Weeklies fur one year, lu advance, 6 00 When the ltily, Trl-W rek ly , or Weekly to lube discontinued (tid in advance at tli time subscribed for),th subscriber must rliT, otherwise it will be continued, at nor oion, until iid for and topwd. ' It not paid, it must be paid at tbe time of discontinu ance, or at nr utHu. If the party w good, it will be sent...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1858

Hasljuillc. Patriot: 1U1XT 18: TEI--WEIKLT t: "WEEKIY $3. , snitii, cajip v cok, . rBorniKtogm. 1 ? !: wHT.PMITO.ljHif t Offie, Wo. 16, Pedcrlelc Street. TUESDAY,- APRIL 27, 1858. The diatribe on New fcnjjland was doubt law written on New Enfilaud paper iind with New England inkv The cotton cloth con Burned in bis temily or worn upon his perron, was woven at Lowell or Manchester. Urn boots, if not manufactured in New Enpland. were made of Northern leather. Virgiuia Kircs him a good borse, but for Eaddle and bridie be is indebted to the North. lie chops his wood with a Yankee axe, scratches in his garden with a Yankee hoe, and warms him self in winter with a Yankee stove. His wife plays on a Northern piano, and from music printed at the North. He lights bis ctjrar with a Yankee match, sits upon a Yankee chair, re clines upon a Yankf e sofa and bis time is measured by a Yankee clock. Hw children are probably taught by a Yankee pclnwlmas ter, and they certainly cipher on "iaukee lates,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1858

NASHYILLE: TUTSI) Al MOENTNG, APML 27, 1858. Grand Anniversary Celebration, May 1, 1858. Ia comraernortiou of May Day. 1780, the date of the anomolous Provisional Govern ment, adopted by the first settler in Middle Tennessee, at the Robertson Station," ("where is now th? city of N'ahvilK'") AU, lining Ihe auniver-ary celebration or the l-Ttn-nexiee JJutorkal Sanity.'1 On this occasion of deep interest to the citizens of our happy Commonwealth, there will be a ri-uuiou of the surviving Officers and Soldiers of the "First Raiment of Tennevce Volunteer," for the Mexican War. THE FLAG which was pn-wuied to ttwra by the Yocxo Ladies of tub Nashville Female Academt, and was unfurled in most f the Mexican battl., restored to th-? Academy at the close orth-i war will be aaio prewntid to the survivors of the Ryineid and cominitt. d to the keeping of the Tenxehsee Historical SOCIKTY' THE FLAGS of the "Third Tennessee Regiment of Volun teers" 6r the Mi-xicaii War, and of General Monk's "rfecud...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 27 April 1858

iMjWV-'-tKJ.,.-., Cinfinnoti. i PrnflBisis. (Drnfcririi, rtr. 113 1) 0 1 C5 a I e r 05 r c rr r i c s Pools, S&0f5, &f. : OLranspnrlatmn. dveat Bargains tor Gash! WE have on band a very large and elegant stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOOIS, that we are ciffer Dg at very low prices for cash. Our stock of DRESS SILKS is very Urge and complete, consisting in part of Elet!nt Robee-a-Quille . . " Flounce Silks; Bayadere " ' - Plaid " Rich Satin Striped and Plaid Poplins at very low BricoM. . - Witb a large and elegant assortment of rich Moire Antique, bought in Job, and will be sold greatly less ban importers cost, with a full line of bent makes of Buck Silks, very low for cash , ' w. A. A- i. C. McCLFJ LAND. Tnenxrent Money at Par. iTTf wfll take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, Sbel VV bvville, Lawrenceburg:, and Iandrdge at par, for goods. W. A. k J. G. MrCLEXLANR X. B. A we Intend doing an exclusive cub busi nes this year, we will clone out our present stock at mnnrereBted low price...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1858

'rjm 1 ' " " - ' - - . .,J 1 1 j.. .'. !."'.." ' j.iimu! tut. " "' u- i, issmsBmr, i i ' - a ilasljmllc Patriot. lilATHS OF ADVKKTISlNGe , ' . ' I r A ' ( r uxbs oa urn to eoa-iiTrrrrS a Bcrusx. ) -,as btjuars 1 day, 1 w , each ad 'si lnsertx-a it " " " 1 weak, S 00 eachaddii alSvuare 1 S 2 weeks,'' 4 to - " " t 00 i month, 6 00 -" " 44 " - S 00 i IuuuUoj VIS) - e - . M H L 1 00 " " ' " " 6 It 00 - CO ii ' i oo . -'..-; lot atrarwAjmr. as ruArn. ne Square, one year, taa. each audit oral sqaars fit Wruiea notice must be given to take out and atop ad. ertaemeiiu of yearly auvertiaeri bdura lbs year ex res, otbarwiae wa shall charge till a one. Xo coo Iran uf yearly adveiluvcoxiiat will bs disecB oit wr.out prevsus notice to us, nur will any chaUS a made lor leas than one year at tue yearly twaee.-- As- Adrertisers exceeding ths space eontiact- TEnMSi Daily, per annum, ..'........'.. M 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 6 00 Weekly, K-r annum, 3 00 ' t):ie Weekly for two year, or two Weeklies s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1858

:toi)Dillf Patriot. PAH.T tS : TBI-WHXLY t5 : WEEKLY t3. SSIITII, CAMP co - - i TRA P. JONES, J""- Office, JTo. 16, Peaderlck ftreeU VE5KESDAT MOEITIXO,... APRIL 28, 1858. Tlie Bed Republican Demonstration In Mew York. Onr New York exchanges of last Friday, fcre full of the disgusting details of the Red ' Republican demonstration, ia that city the night before, la honor of Orelni. Fieri and Pianori the would-be murderers of the Em peror : Napoleon. The procew-ion numbered ' ten thousand men, with the uwial parphanal of flags, transparencies, torchlight!, &c. The proceedings and speeches were characterized j by all the wild extravagancies which naturally (low from minds imbued with the idea that liberty is the synonym of licentiousness and , that a free government in its purity, is where " the worst passions are the highest law, and where there exint neither the restraints of public rirtue nor private morality. They eeem to have confouuded the ideas of assasein- " ation and revol...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1858

NASH Y.ILLrK: "WEDNESDAY, APBIL 28, 1858. f?T Shields Bells Flowers. Shrabbtrj, 4c.; ' this morning. -. . ' - Thk Opkra. Fra Diarolo is the cntortuin-m-rrt proposed .y the Opjr Troupe at the Gaiety, to-tnorrmr uJjht. - Let the Optra have a rousing greeting. Frost. This Beetion of tbe country was vibitedyet-ttrday morning ly a n gular nip ping frosL Gur.kn vegetables of a t-ud r nature were cut down, together with the young cotton plant. Fruits we und -rtand were not wriounly damaged. Great f.-ars are tntertaiued as to tbe effect up-u wheat; we lave not bunnl, from any reliable source, how the crop has been affi ctod. Opes to Memphis. It will be neon by the following dispatch from the Superintendent of th-M inpl.L- and Charl-Mon lU'lrond to the Snp.rintr-ndi-nt of the Nanhville and Chatti-noo Railroad that the road is clear from Nashville to M mphi. I'at-wrigt rs leav ing on th" afternoon train will go through without detention: llrjrwviiia, April 2B, IfM. Cot- II. I. Andkiwov: Last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 28 April 1858

(!5roffrif5, ctr. VJijalcsalc ror fries. : (Eransporlatinn. , CEincinnath (real Uargalns for CaU! WE have od band a very large and elegant atock of STAPLE ANU FANCY GOODS, thai wa are offer ng at very low prices for caab. Our stock of DRESS BUXS la very large and complete, consisting aa part of . . !egam Robes-a-Quille ti - -' - - " Fhwinred Silka; - -, - Bayadere , t ' - - p!aM .1 Fish 5atin Striped and riald Poplina at rare- low ''with a large and elegant assortment of rich Mnire Aatiqcei, bnogbt in Job, and will be aold greatly leaa bm Jmoorh-rs tv-st. with a full line or ben wakes of Biauk Silk, very biw for caab ! - - . . . - IT. A- k. J- C McTLU LAXD. . TJnctirrent Money at Par. WF will take all "Free Bank" money, Ocoe, Ffcel byrllle, Lawren-ebnrg , and PendriHre at par, for goods. "W. A. J. G. Mifl.FI-I.ANn. V. I. Ae e Intetid doing an exclusive cash busi ness this year, we will close out our preaeot stock at nnrecerted low pricea for caab. . Jani f W. A. J. G. McC. U. C. McX...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1858

llflsljiiillc Patriot. IlATJiS OP ADVEHTISING.; i vw trwa in. tn. tn onirifl 111 IS j X BQcajo-1 One Bquara 1 day, S 1 00 aachad'allnaertioe a " 1 weak, 00 each addil si H'lWI 1 M ' Z weeks, 4 fcu s oa TEK.tlSl Dully', per mnora, f . .. f 9 00 Tn-Vekly , per aununi, .. ... 6 00 Weekly, k.t unuiu, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 6 00 Theti Uio 1-aiiy, Tri-'iVeckly, or Weekly ia to be discontinued (paid in advance ai the time s ibscribed for), the subscriber must order, otherwise, it will bo continued, at our option, until paid for and stopind. It not l-ai'l, it niust be paid at the time of disci ntiui ace, or at our opUon. If the party is good, it will be ent un'il paid. Remittances by mail, ia " registered" letters, at our risk. . BMWtb, OO a 00 " 4 M ( 00 m S CO m 10 00 " " x months 0 00 " ' m u 1 M 12 O0 " ' m tn lg OO M it " 12 " l' 00 " lnrtvinn it BiXASnta. PUCLISIIED DAILT, TP.I-WEEKLY, AXD "WEEKLY. BY S3IITH, CAMP & CO., SO. 16 DEA...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1858

tlasbmllc Patriot. I AI1T t IBI-WEIKLY t5 : "WEEKLY 13. fSIlTII, CAMP Ac CO., " nornnau. , . . HT. SMITH, racs. Office, No. 16, BeatJeHck rtreet. THTJBSDAY,-- AlftlL 29,1858. .1. , ruon tAsii1xgxon. rWe gire below the report of Mr. English, io the House of Kcprepeutativcs on the 23rd Inst, on behalf of the Committee of Confer ence, and his remarks. We defer comments . util to-morrow : - .. . . , . Admilon of Kanui, Mr. English. Iam irielnictid by tho com mittee of conference, appointed by the two Houses upon the disagre'injr votf-n of the two Houses on the bill entitled A bill for the admission of Kansas," to make the report which I now nd to the Clerk's Vk. I The report was read, and is as follows: The committee of conference appointed to consider the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendment to the Senate bill No. 161, entitled "A bill for the admission of the State of Kansas." rpport that they have bad the subject under consideration, and have piven it that careful, pa...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1858

I. N A S II YILLE: THTTRSDAY MOBNTNG, APEIL 29, 1858. ' " Gtn. JTackaou'a Legaflfn. Among other provisions the Will of Gen. Jackson contains the following: ' u The lar;:c ilvtT va-e, prcsenti d to me by the Indies of Charleftoil, South Carolina, my native State, with the large picture repreKi-nt-injr the unfurling of the American banner, presented to me by the citizens of South Car olina, when it was retimed to be accepted by the United States Semite, I leave in inift to my eon. Andrew Jackson. Jr., with directions that, should our happy country not be blessed with peace, an event notalwavn to l; expect ed, he will, at the clowe of the war, or end of the conflict, pr, sent -ach of mid articles of inestimable value to that patriot rfhiing in the city or State from which they were pre eeuted, whoMiall be adjud d by hi country men, or the ladies, to have 1 en the moi-t vailiant in defence of his country aud our conutry'e right?." Under this clause, Gov. Ali.tox, of South Carolina, bas ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 29 April 1858

I -"agrat "' ism i i j .: tt):iBooi$, tit. Cincinnati ransfinrfalian. - Great llargalns tor Cash! TTTX nave on h,,nd verr large and elegant stock of W STAPLE ANI FA NCV G OOPS, that we are offer Df at very low price for each. Our attica of DRESS ailja la very large and ccmpleto, consisting to part of Elegant Robcs-a-Quille " Flounced gillca; Bayadere " t 1 : ' ' , i u " pid 44 - ti r Rich Satin Striped an 'J Plaid Poplins at very tow price. With a large and elegant aiMortment of rh-b -Moire Antiques, bought in Job, and will be old greatly lets ban Importer crwt. with a f'lll line or beat makes of Biack Silks, very low for cart fr. A. J. G. McCLEI LAND. r : , . ..,-.. . " H Hi. tJncurrent Money at Par. - . - - WK will ink all "Free Bank" money, Ocoee, f"hel bvville, Lawrenrcbiirjr, and Pandridge at par, for goods. W. A. J. G. MrCl.KU.ANn. N. R. As we ittbsttd doing an exclusive cash busi B.as thir year, in will clone out our present stock at eapremnled low nrtroa for cash. - - t- " j...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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