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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

¦ ¦ t s . -. J- :• ; v ...*J:, l,v; .- - >.r: r y : > > it ^Wf-W-^T-ii? • " - - ••> :;BI-'tH^ildLT» . W.:COl«.,;-.-. -mr? ' ¦¦ •'- ¦ .¦ .« :-.;.:,\r.&-:- '¦ .¦!•¦ ' '-,-. ' - -v --'/- - ' Oh, Life is-strange I its meanest grade- --. ^ Kn»ughj|vithmystfca.we.iq ^ . The swelling germ, the spreading blade,i:,....J: :--,Tbeflowery scid, the forest ahade^. -,: -.J !>' ;¦ Obey its s|entlaw.: ' '••¦' !>-'< 'H< ,'.',' -The sun's' warm ktssl.tble ralno'rWsfij]^ ^'"! j !'t.j; jhe south win||s.sficret(wiispe^, ;ali : ^!'.,. l| ici!'. Are but the niiipor Works of One, ..- ' ....,. j -~~ -Whose love m~ irairaerllhan the ami, : ' i *' - .Whose.soft decent relr&lieajncjre'.' ' ..,.' "than showers |hat suauner clouds may pour, ¦ "Whose brealhi|gs o'er tbi heart, ore sweet. -" As winds that |lacclasiejri greet. Ok> Life is joyj its pulses play "' S3o buoyamly and v^ann," The eartli, thejfeyth&ioicean spray...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

iflp gfdlanj). A MODEST FISH YAK3V. 'Bl| STRAOOtEU. - ' In straggling fSjom port to port, we naturally light on thinjgs wonderful and interesting ; and are thrown in the mixed web of society's strangest material. Not the last place in the worfe for hfcat and fun, is the •biler deck' of a li-igbpressurewben th'ejther-__ mometcr is at 96|in the shade, We were sailing on the Mississippi in June, on an up-river craft. SjLe was crowded with passengers, above and below, and loaded to the guards, and downjward bound. Although 'Junifulness* seemed scattered along the banks the most appropriate experience to those abroad the craft was botfulness • and tbat to the highest notch. The passengers would shift |frorh the larboard to the starboare side to} keep in -the shade, and throw open their dollars to catch each little mite of breeze that accidently floated up* the river. j , . The forenoon was passed as agreeably, as - the comfort of tlie craft would allow, but the afternoon wis like...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

PJctnrc of a Battle-field. There writhe the? wounded-'; vied who but few Hours before were poured over the, battle-field a lava flood of fiery valor—fathers, brothers, husbands j sons. There they lie, torn and wangled;' black with powder; red with b)poa ; parchpd with thirlst; cursing the load of life they now must bear with bruised frames and mutilated limbs. Gather them into hasty hospitals—let this man's daughter come and s't by him, fanning away the flies; he shall linger out a life of wretched anguish unspoken and unsupportable|, and when he Jdies, his wife- religiously willi keep the shot' which tore his limbs. There is the batdejfield ! Here the horses changed ; there thejhowitzers scattered their shells, pregnant with death; here tlie iriurderous'eanister mowd ddwn whole crowded ranks; there' the Jiuge artillery-, teeming whb murder, was dragged o'er the heaps of men—wounded I friends who just now held its ropes, jmen lyet curling with anguish, like worms iajthe fire; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

BAiTO NOTE LIS^P. i ;cbka8aW>'ws»it«.r"t;J> Tflr«|jr«ori.g^' apvocA'tk: '" |\ 'M»ST»6s'«:.'**tj?, 1846; ' ' . - 'PEWNTsyLv*ANiA/' tnHlerj'Ss Jjlis ¦ radfess &<&,::;f» -new'^ipshieb. JUn ife'ttfec bank";- pat All Mb/cMbanki! h ™» MQyai*n8tti3bank ma ..{. MAINE- , .PennUiiivnshTphank j-or Calais bank ,lp»—tlSoafiknOtcB ' 25 its AgricjiltaBilbaiik d6 tairtnl'fr' ild- " '¦'''jfarCihrfbls'Pbrfland' Jo'! iKeimsyl'o; ,ddi> :¦ ^ R^arucotW do IGenjiaiJtown ¦ •,.„y j»r Morfantaobk ,<lo -,.. 1 Del co h Chester , jar Stalwater CanalbJ.ao " Ch'^effioatWtjhesteri'ar Baa^bVCoiibk 'do " Montefiriery co'' "- "¦¦'¦ J ai- iVeitbrook bk do Farmer{f b'kBUtk»coiarCitiien»!bk ¦¦ •; do :-' iFarmert'bkBea4!g jai Globebk do 'EastonJ ,' , , lar WaAiugtonco.. do" IVnrfhainnton ' ' no sale Frrinklbltlbk do iLancasfer bank jiar All solvent banks J di» !Far bk iLaiicaster par i VERMONT. Lebanoh f - 1 j dis Bank of fit Albans 1J ilia iHarrisbiirg -1 <h'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

I^tocrtfsemmta. ~T :pay~3p! ~ ^ i ^BiiH[ ^^ fXIHE subscriber, having leased his JEKb -¦- Shop, is dqsirmu of scrnaring bis £11 J- V accounts. All who are indebted to ¦p/_C»rr\ - him for blacksmithing, would confer fc^|«5wn great favor bylpay ing up immediate'. ^^ 3^^ '''' ^e.<lisl''ics, to make cost or extra trouble,,tint, unlfea this notice is promptly attended to, he will be undci;the neccnity of trjing another plan to polled bis does. ' . ( ; PERRY JENKS. Monttose, Jnue-30,1846. MONTROSE FOUNDRY. The Tariff.and tlie People!! npHEiJnrmers of Susquehaniah County are hereby M.f notified that the largest abd best'assortnient of Plouofcsyind Iron Cosanps of every kind and variety, may be had fresh frpm tlie Furnace of |>.,POST, JR, ' & CO., Cheapeijithan tlie Cheapest, for Cash! Let itgbe understood that we will not be undersold. I^e have, too, the largest assortment of Goods in our lijie, of any Foundry in! Northern Pennsylvania, conftsting of PLOUGHS that w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

, DEfflOCBATIC ^E>i|EW. ¦.,-. QiLEATLY REJ)p0ED PpiCfc. Fiom $5 to $3 periuuniiQ. Single eppy 2s els. i ^—. , - 1 rnosrscTus ot ^-he sri.virksRra'votDsrz. A Year has now elapsed since the price of the Democratic Review.Was reduced^ from $5 to $3.-r Thisreauctioh -wasmade with'tbe -N-iew of widening thei range of its u|en4ness, and, llnobag it !syithin the means of .numbers to whoiii t io former price was an objection. The*'success of ^he ex periment depended nptui n rigid adherence .to .lbo-«ash;pIan, and we ore happy to have jt in ouij power to state that it has been completely socceWub' ' The''circulation of tbe; work, wns, greatly extodded, and' U mob as tpjjustify us in'the'liope of restoring it to its ibrmor-*izo. at-its-present low price.-This will of course, depcjnd on tho pu»ctoably. jwjth winch our terms are cumplied with blithe part of our siibscribers.V . ... } ¦ In grateful acknowledgement of the generous patronage of the public, as well as frqm a deep sense o...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

THE Publisher's c{ tho People's; Advocatie. having the use of an entirely new iand mpdjern assortmeutof JOB TYPE, are now prepared to execute, in a neat and satisfactory stvle, all kjmis of JOBPRMTINii at prices to 'suit the times. - ' Pamphlets, Bilij, Heads, Cards, Catalogues, Haxdbills, Blanks, &c. Printed on short notice, and in the best style of the Atf. : ' jy A share of the People's patrohago is rispectfull)- solicited. , -" ! July 9, 184S. DOW &. BOYD. !F®OT @i? MAVfl^ATTOQiKl. 'WOT AIX GONE. "IVT I. POST for the benefit nf icliorj) ti may concern, 1" • offers for sale, at the Hat Shop of the JaU C. W. Tuttle, a general assortment of Hals and Caps on n reasonable credit to those who pay promptly, or at a liberal discount .for cash. ^ \ \ ~ August 4, 1846. 8r44w. . T»*3-\IeB Hviiia \bhm Marf. ¦"*? ms* tasQTHE subscribcjrs arc receiving a large addition to their stock of Goods, which mokes their assortment equal to any establishment ih town-4wnich they of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

'WW§:!'" IA GENERAL AsibiftmeUt<togi!ihcir with Ufe'vari. rf- ons, trimmings) of .?bg - latest, jmbroved. patents, both for Codklng and Parlor, at'reduced priciis, by .-.«> firs;..;¦? ¦;¦:,-, ,-. . •/,,/•: -B;-aAYiHE;' i ?7MwiEtty^s^irir"A GOOD Assortment kept on hand, IjJrices ex'"' tremely low-fcr the ready payj]byj. | .-; .0: .! : :\; ;j HY^L<^'&:©9i#iN^k-f! ; Pptirlace^fl^er^ >;---r;Metc^nt8^MFxont-itv -JS!.:1^di' 'TJABTICULA^, attention igiven|to; tbk laleof ^^«!^SP^ii,^f?W*^Jpi« Sherman, Montrose, Penn'n, ^ who w«l mako liberal idvancc* on.Frodnce consigned tafn1^i )' iSi aiS ¦ toy overllmproteeakBs soon a^sold.-.i! ¦-:••- --W"Vodfc49fc.l»4p.,-.vAf.-':/:-T;, , ;{sJUr. ;;.: ^;;r,i w^i^;:;/;^ iTJBRSPJiS; NWl)tea to. thtt snb*iSber,.lb»|Npte Jt,jor^^Bopjtflfqr nwr* , Uian onejeiiritaitliig, are requested to pdB&&. ,'««?*, wHJjoiit' fiirlneir i lotfce, u'eirenmstance»Tequb-e the immedite atterition'to dioWoU matters, i;' ¦= •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

- .^i^i .TT hMb^etfcu^nUyre^rt-^B*: fl^B JL ed -tlutoug}i th ec66niy,'aiia^^^^ j -.;^Hr-'-:i*the-|ie|utt4^.W^0f?*,M,i #^^<H ^!W%4«<fcttbit ««^ ^-;js«!5 Mdjnai|. | ^ ty, ths 4lW ™' HATS and CAW, at Mrwul & Rfor's H/it AnLCap Store'on the; JVosv side ofthe PiiblbiAvlenufeJniilontTOse, exceediany thing ofthe l&a eve* exftefsed for'«iIe hi this rfgiba bfcountry. li^endlerJdoHoii! diiajedit; the tu|nor! Remember tlje Poet'l ndpiOnitiMt: . . , | !' -*~ '\ Oitd&bttare*trmtoJ*> V '" ! • Arid inako|islc^JlieJobiji;Ji*0' oft might will.. ':>. A '' , FE^e1a.'patit, 4iklla^at'Ml&^ ^lanieSJo.' Ci|irhid'e;saninife.'- v "', | '!" ' CHIP HATS for deal ! .,''!' . t ,' ""' "'"7) "'' '']'''{ '¦•'•':,i.'"M'.fc'|yi l A " "GObD'ilticie of ri nl'Hatlf6r'^l,25at''< I '¦¦' " j ." j T- i M.-feH's. ¦'¦ LEGHOr| Huts cheaper; than tho cheape|t, a! "; •' [ '"'€' •• - m.¦&¦§'*" lXGHA^TON plpvil'oinni for |6~,44 "I . Sideiillldo. " '. 'f ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 3 September 1846

^ , ooi^^pliil^l^j^ ™<»n^W^«|MlS|i«iSSf p J ' „^,^WWi^¥iis,v * wn^Sl^^itol^^f1 cash they .riaBtVt Bo nndeHold' r>urttBatM: f«r rie^^^^S! ?t,ne5'm.1,Srf?,e-fo<I,«d nrre* nely^-^i^go1*S--con»istin|cf J'.s **™} BroadebthaoCevery-varietysuul color .-' - ^5m^ve}otl^^c»;htnW!anipl!^. ! fe^Stefe^^asoT^ " - • ¦^d ^ s-Gra>-atsr.Scarfii Mis, Ribons Silk Vii tnmmm-sfortajKc^ Ire^:'' '¦ ^ rW ta °Ba fl<> ble ^Mg^^^ !#**.'#¦*$» . Dr*T?.f3*d» "f every"aescription, wd in fL Jw^iBii-v^r^'W-^iL.^ ii M^gs^^gsc ^ . My'LFORDS'; QS^f^^^Ln^er^on^^ ' ¦' '¦/ " , - '-'8. S. fcL'&'SONi Vy assortment kept instantly on handandfoQue at Mannfacturers' Ffae^«t _^MUlTOtM" t^ANNING'JriLLS'ibr' sale; at- ¦JT~~T. "-'. • ¦ , MULFORDS-! A N aS3?rtnr^ <* ip '" s.* -sale at ; : . . -.¦..* MtTLFORDS': OHEBT1NQS'.- Cotton Yarning, cvcTcn^ a {.it* : - .; > MULEpKDS'.: GU »? % ^H-^^f toniTcradlc^rC te M -dl.e sf}the8, Rifles, Rakes, pitchforks, Sickltt &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

r ttoirtfb ***** THB^pir'ittiOi^ *"¥*•!' - ; = ,• Kit dow & boyd.> :i ¦'"¦'^•"•i; (Officemflie weft «ide of the, Public A+enue.) | ? TEItksA!^'b0tiABaye^inod>mnce;-) i One DoHaf Fifty tienta ifbot\faia withttrSteee jnontluu andjf delayed until after ,Ae\expiation. »f 4«yeafWo1aoltanwUbeexact«l. <. ^x^u^cWoptioWiwitli roePa»B«tttg,'W le«» arrearage arepaid* '':>?'>"•'.-Jtiw-., LetteWtJtte Mlicri on business with the office mu»tbe|mi«»i»idt^insnreattentiim.-; libi:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

|}0ffc» . ir.TBS;i4M'?H0?M» Soon...- ,-s.i «i Fare|ell Mfel'raj**n»Aswim;'''' -"'""' Anj |ie mitidia^roWinjdim^ »; ¦ ;•>¦!" Throa^Wdfflf»Sl9»dj*P.Ugta' 'i ^ LikeJie ol^en^pf ihc^ig^ , ,; .,„, CoMejf, coitler,,colder «tijl, Ujwaldi^alajj'vaipdr'cluTlV j'.'. 8uon|lJ»!e»tUly^odbrjtow»i-' •"' ¦'•''¦ I«n^*e.n}ould"abovetbeH»e!,; ; • i WelralheTSfctWstfWtrtnYeg! : Stwnfth returns andbope revive*: , Cloudy, iear» and ihapeaftflorn. Fly Ufce shadows at ^.rnorn—r;; O'er t|e hearth there comes a bloom; Sunn^iigKt'RraoUfeii'glooili, " '•"' Wart#pferninWfot'*kpbr dftld—" T'''" I.meii the rose, above the mould, ¦•.i'ij.... Thc'lieaper anii ibe FIo'wct*.^ : , J.BIjS. y»>1U>»6WLL0W. , ..-., .-..,., There U«|Bea^ei;,wtwse name i» Deslhj iiU> And, with his sickle keen, ...:>• v •.¦v:. He reapeihe bearded grain at abreath,<; .,. And tbJflowers that grow between. * Shall I Ijwe naught that is fiurj1 ? •¦id be,'' , " Have Wight but .the bearded grain t ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

TiJE SACfiED H011S1A1S&—MT. AMBAT. § JHiBreHaim ' jJBT BIT. J. T.' H£XDL*T, ¦%¦¦'. I ! ¦ - • •-' ' .There are some mountains standing on this sphere of ours tliat seem almost conscous beings, alid if they could but speak, and tell wfaf they have seen -arid felt,'fhe traveller who pauses at their base, would tremble wi|h awe and alarm. For som£ good reason, the Deity has usually chosen mountain summits, and those which are Isolated,' as the theatre where he made the grandest exhibitions of himself.—• ' It-may be ^cause those grand striking features in nature nxthe locality of events so that they can never fade from the memory of men. The giving of the law needs no loffy column to commemorateA it Mount Ararat JiftsSts awful form towards the clouds, a perpetua| un was ting monument. God's exhibition of himself to the aw-struck prophet, as he passed by him heralded by the storm, the earthquake,.and the flame, needs , no pyrami^fp fix,rthe locality in history.—'• Mount H^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

n ^ \L F*0" tho Newtork Observer. 1 HEAMEF81ETTEESFMIMSCL1B. \ ' ¦ , Ldng!iake','Jaly;io.' tl spoke in mVlast.of thefafming capabiles'around'Lolig Lake, and-nFthe colony pe^Vwhic^ see]n^;to be about on it pir—fjf!%r "*N£ X?i7'. peafV^ very enticing. My remarks, however, did iidt refer to tbe fitnd beyond 'Ijong Late on the further llopes.a!sthey' stretch to ^he Bl&k, river ^untry:1' Th&'repbn I have^ut^Uglfuy ^Mted.^aiia'arn tbldit, is mortflcvlel and fe'riile than that portfon'T have been dewrifiiiig. ^&JPf*>*$&.$. Vermont Univewity, '^Jp^ftr'^^r eMi^bd.'olr'tneSjta^Bj SiB^ijv? we ««e land wrery. different^ found, Raquet Lak' p, and'w on ''ifest Hii ^^W^^^f^^i^^' ulxeTf'ej^mve, f W^?JS^ 4»!l4« $;? n^st' correct surveys mml--?^*?* ?£!$£* e^r;!e«cute^-r-|»9tter ^V jB^ tliM.that cOTtairttdin the geological P^$ $& $$i'^-¦ ¦ & ...il-^.„'»', '"' Tim my mind was soon off the; land and onthc: scendry. I did iiot come, Hero to s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

llHBiii Magistrates. i; ¦,.. .in the Jate number or, the Foreigk Quarterly Revjewythe following anecdote is told, to illustrate; the jcorruption of .the Spanish 3Iagistracy: j . '- .•!'.,,, 1' A rich miller in ther; country was fixed upon by .three persons asia fitsubject to^ be plucked; '¦¦Itso chanced, that shortly before the time appointed for the attack of tlife house, a.party of travejlling soldjers had requested lodging of him for the night,-which]he had granted; and these soldiers were sleeping above, when the rohbers arrived and demanded hismqney. [The miller told them he >vould go and ffjlcbit; he awoke the soldiers-,, and with their assistance killed the three theives add left them lying on the ground. ^ ;Tbe next day,as itwasprdperthe .authorities should be made acquainted With .the circumstanebs, he went tothe haouse of ,the alcald&r^mdgistrate^ of his village, to call him to make his esamihations. The alcalde tvals notdt homesion^ndingt which hoip...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

"""'. '¦'r f^¥^n^^^r^~ ,; wmsmm mm t *£&. Advertisements, with;the. prwikge ^alteration, not to exdeed j " "^8e--p«"1 *^G2^.^fh^«-m^fPttfimti-e % do' £W.Ddiu&n-;'.; .... doU *.;,'.« do —ihstra But ofeM.r^rf,, r-d6 V , .'do -; . iro» ^ au other advertisements inserted afreaiptablo ^^ert^menta ^M.^larked with' .diejwrmtoofuuertionsreJmired. .-j;> v^ .,.'<'., . J—l i-i—l ¦ ¦ • >'-:*- nf( "A -r ,\ .- ¦¦ ¦li-iUS.ii'fi-i.iSi.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

A night Idea of EdncaU^n. In an addressdehvered before the Calliopean "Society of Emeroy and He$ry Colledge, ;'by the RjeV. James McChain, we find tlie following important thouglits. Sonjeseem to think that the greatiobject of" intellectual caltulfe, is tojeonvey into the mind something .from Without:jjt. Theyinakeit a receividgcistern instead ofabubblidgspring —a nSere reservoir-instead of a j gushing fountain. -Tbeyjl deem it enough for the mass to take in the thoughts of ptl er men, and acquire, knowledge which, the more gifted have made r^ady , for tueirj hands. The tqind is indeed designed to receive ninny things, from jWithout itself, -and much from others. Spdo the bubbling spring and gushing fountain. JThey dp not make the limjied streams which they sejid forth to quedch thirst, water; the earthi ahd beadtifythe lqndscape. . They receive; thei^ liquid streams froin many a secret fill, and by maiiy a little Jdrop. i But what -they receive, they makje theiri own, and! ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

Arrival 's|r the Hinenala.. -' The Steamship Hibernia arrived at Boston on the 4th inst The protectiorists are still very bitter against Sir RoberjPeel, and are determined to make an effort to restore taxation.' A fruitless effort. | The potato blight is general. East^ west, north, and south,|the eryis "still it comes." In Ireland the devastation is general Everywhere the root! is rotted, or progressing towards decay. | Influenced by the bad weather, and actfed upon by the destruction of the chief fbo| of the poor, the price of grain is advancing, and the belief is, that it will continue to advance. This alone would repeal the corn hfws. ' The feud betweenOld and Young Ireland is now regularlysconsummated. .They are distinct parties. S Mr. O'Connell has denounced their policy and disdained their aid. The "Nation" has been expelled from the rooms of Conciliation Hall, and the quarrel stands little chance of ever being cemented again. The Yoking Icelanders have submitted to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

Kctus of tl)c week , .; | From the Public Ledger. Highly Important from the Pacific. Com, Sloat taken possession of California ; Extension of the Revenue Lavs of the V. Statu over that country. Washington, Sept 1st, 1840. I wrote you a week ago that our squadron in! the Pacific would not long remain idle, having received positive instructions to be "up and doing. I now have the pleasure of communicating the following important news:,; Commodore Sloat entered the harbor of Monterey, and on the 6th of July issued his proclamation to the inhabitants of California, calling on them to remain peaceful, assuring them that he did not come as the enemy Of California, but as their friend—that they are destined to form part and parcel of the great federal onion of tbe United States, enjoying the same rights and privileges as the citizens of those States. They should select their own' civil' officers and magistrates,,'and enjoy all other privileges of freemen of which they are now in part...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

tt)C ^c ^^^°jg^ " Here »hall'uie Prelit, the feople'srigtrts maintiii Unawcdby influence, apA}tmbribed,by gain.J' | ^NTildgE. SEP^iV^jfM^ | pemqcratlc Bfi»sMin«Ulan». ^ j FOR JcANAt COMMISSIONER, ¦' 1 WM. IB. FOSTER, t»|t. [ OK BRAOFORQ COCiSTY. / I i • F^R REPRESENTATIVE, "j d^vid 'rkpaU^ .\of GreatlBendJ: ,'¦ .¦ ^ \ ^PR.'ppMMtssroriEiti1 ..' ; j i^ATJHANI^L.%EST,-.1 \ of ThbmonJ . ^ ' X- ' ¦ ¦'¦¦'* \. I FOR AUDITOR,,, .:J •¦ , \ FRANCISJ QlrtNN, j ! of Chocmut. '¦ | i J ^.iv i IViilg TVomJ nations. \ f4r represrntatite, , - I DANIEL SEARLE, j [ of fconbose. j f - '" ^ "' ' i ' ' ,1 Son COMMISSIONER, t JJOEL tlATUB, S of Thomson. ; . i,' ¦ i 1 FOR AUDITOR, THOatAS NlbH0LSON, \ of SprinieiOe. j 1 13^* In consequence iof the difficulty, kf this season pf the yearj for subscribers living at a distance- to pay in advance fpr the Advocate, w$ have concluded jto extend die time for advance payment until the 1st |of October next After that time, let it be tjnderstood, wejwill exact ...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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