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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 30 August 1848

- -- & -r News. There seems to be n dearth of news from every quarter at this time an np- parent suspension 6f IiostHe demonstrations, preparatory to a more signal and determined effort on the part of the belligerents. This - would seem to be peculiarly the case in the --- old world. England, n't this time is quiet vpon ihe sur-T$-fceS. The Chartists having received a re bulletin the punishment of several of their leaders, will probably Mie low"1 until circum- stances arise that will enable them to make their effotts tell in favor.of their favorite mea- " ures of reform. There is, however, a strong under current of dissatisfaction in English so- ciety, that will cause an ebullition ere long. 3v '"Ireland presents the strange anomaly of a peopfe of six millions, goaded and ground to TlVe earth by the iron heel of oppression, yet openly denouncing vengeance upon the op- pressor, and corroborating her professions by the' active note of preparation, that could leave no room for doub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 30 August 1848

From the Boston Daily Times. THE WAR-CRY OP THE DEMOCRATS. Br P. A. DUWV.AGE. Onc3 more unfurl that standard, t Taai has cheered our hearts of old, The glorious flag of victory - Again again unfold ! Oar steadfast hills reverbarate The rolling of the drum ; - And .springing to the battle-call The sons of triumph coine, With Cass and Butleu at our head, And every omen lucky Wi h. .Michigan we'll form our van ' And charge with old Kentucky. -HJ.- - -..-l. I?SJIS2,S; SAMS, r Ausfua City aiml eaS E,o. " -The North has heard the summons And. rouses in her might, '" Where fulls upon her giant hills The earliest ray of hghi ; - And all along the northern lakes, The ?rm of freedom shine, JWhile far amid the mighty "West, jjpTExtends the bacner'd line. WiS TiienarmJorCassandButler.arm! Wi-h every. omen lucky For Michigan lev'.ds on our van, " - Backed up by old Kentucky. The fair and gallant South responds The warm land of the sau Her ancient glories fire her heart For laurels to he won ; Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 13 September 1848

i ' O 7. ' 2 ." J: x --.--sj c ra- y- afe- cH WlrA . .,, "-.. .. 4Btr 'TjffiTggSgyiqiy VOLUME 111. AUSTIN, TEXAS, EME&fMMMfelRle?p' " -j - - NUMBEfa , .Jf m m " m ; . . .. l,tt,M,MMIi..,w.1 i A Kkjs ""'THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BY -CRONICAN, MINER & CUMMINGS, .SEjK-WEERLY BliniNG THE SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE, AND WEEKLY THE RE- MAINDER OF THE YEAR. Sausc&ipTtoN for one yerfr, : do. for six months, j: Clubs wilf bo furnished wjlh . " six copies one year for : : Single Cornea of iho paper lO'cents $4 00 2 50 $20 03 tn'rfUtuBscriplionsarceosiTivEt:? required to be paid in advance. - ADVERTISING. Ona -square (I0iue orless) first insertion, $1 00 J2rory subsequent publirati'm, 50 cents. Adtertisemaulsof inofe than asquaicm the same proportion. A liberal deduction will he allowed to those who sdrerlise by the jrm or six months, - Tfca Cxsh will always be required in advance for "W3TrttiTng-' " ' 23- All letters on business with the office must be rosr M.1D. - One-hundred...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 13 September 1848

J1 - , l1' -3? A PJXr -stfv- - .tki j5swe;s:ji5.Bwt-' -se- - x a t -s as s. , 'UL . K2. 3r-r -. -- -.- y -v . - - . i Ireland, and then to establish a real repub 1-- 1 flic. . " '& 'MV. UTOitlr O'Brien and Mr. Meagher iTpp were expected to be at Kilkenny on Wed- nesday. Of course every honrlnight bring forth some new incident which would "idler the whole present appearance of affairs. At Waterford the arrival of the troops'had sir- en confidence, and the opportune return from abroad of considerable detachments has enabled the Government to increase the army in Ireland, without unduly weak- ening the strength or the forces distributed throughout England. The 90th Regiment left London at noon on Wednesday, destin- ed also for Ireland, and one or two battal- ions of the guards will follow if required. Sir Charles Napier, with a fleet under Ins command, consisting of five large ships of war and several smaller vessels, has ar- rived at Cork. Thejatest accounts from Ireland are of a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 13 September 1848

:.HJmUi i irt "Hi mi iiiiw,njma3s THlTBlfSTffflTOAT. CIT I OF ,1 IT ST I .V. ;EDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1S48. JScinocratic ioimmat ions- " - 'for president, wGE-N. LEWIS CASS. TRO.R T I C E-P RE S I U E NT, ,iE: WILLTAM 0. BUTLER. ' - , ELECTORS FOR TEXAS, J.JB. MILLER, For the State at f fJf.-.BROOCKS, lare. V -AV?G. YOUNG, for Eastern District. iSkiA. DOOLEY, for Western " Ebr'ata. In the communication signed 'G,' in No. 4'4bi the Democrat, 2d column 42d line from lop, read 'alternately1 instead of 'ultimately;' same column 11th linejrom bottom, -read 'titles' instead of 'sighs;' 4Gth.4ine from bottom read 'The' instead of 'My;' in 3d column 7th line from top, read 'But it is,' instead 1 oPBufiv 3d column 59ih line from top, read 'later instead of 'better' 1 (f-l't is said that the gallant and accom- plished brevet Brigadier General Harney has been ordered to Texas, most likely to Aus tin. W- We omitted to mention last week, that -"-Itflv Geo;VA. Davis, DaguerrotyTjisl, will-lie in I;ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 13 September 1848

'A 'STHTiSU'J'.iH.'B.WJJ'U.W't r- RTW'S S'ELRCT ACADEMY- THE citizens of Burditi's Prairie .and Onion Creek.Jiave recently, by a liberality' adapted to the wants-ofjthe community, constructed a durable and commodious frame building, 30 feet by 40, at the base, to be devoted entirely to the purpose of enlight- ening the minds of the rising generation. It is plca- Twrntly situated in a Live Oak grove, by a Sulphur Spring..five miles S.E. of Austin, and possesses many natural advan'ages promotive to health and comfort. i-Trw ihf nnfW;iTnrrf Tjrnrwves to commence a per manent system of instruction for such of the youths of our country, as may avail tnemseives oi me ujjjiumu- jiity. The first Session -will commence on the first Mondav of September ensuing duration, 20 weeks. TERMS OF TUITION. Pi imary Studies, per session, - $10 00 Jitnioi Class: Arithmetic, English Gram-, mar. Geocwphv, History, Composition, and Natural Philosophy, - 10 00 Senior Ctoss: Chemistry, Astronomy, the higher ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 September 1848

3?- - "" ,v jA tl SISB fejfeftA flS "" ' AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1848. NUMBER 47. VOLUME IE. f ?H TEXAS DEMOCRAT. - TJBLISnEDBT C?RONICAN, MINER & CUMM1NGS, SEMI-WEEKLY BUKING THE SESSION OF THE - ttLEOISLATOrtE, AND "WEEKLY, THK RE- " ' MAINDER OF THE YEAR. -L- K EIHSn Sh5-ck1,TIOK8 "or olIB year' : S5K d0 for six months, : tCC-os will bo furnished with isix copies one yenr tor : : $4 00 2 50 $20 03 Singlb Comes ofthn paper 10 cents .1St Zlhubscriplions are positively required lo be pattTn ADVANCE. ADVERTISING. )ne square (10 lines orless) first insertion, $1 00 Every .ubtiequenl publication, 50 fonts. Ad ortiseinonls of more than a squaie in the same proportion. A,Jboral deduction will be allowed to thoBe who advorlixe by theyonr nrsix montlis. The Cash will always be i-equircd in advance for advertising. HJj 11 letters on business with the office must be tost PAID. . " Ono hundred words may bo considered ascon-titnting- a square - j ' AGENTS FOR THE DEMOCRAT, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 September 1848

s3 NS0fetafeJftS.s..rk CNVV 3ag33"ir 7 ti-, i jBM5BB8ii i "u in M"nMn'pai urn Jrima i . IRELAND. Attempt to arrest Smith O'Brien. We find the following- account-of the attempt to nr estomith Liverpool day mornin reeenn jier, JLonouey, uiteiny, ana union, nnu i x been proclaimed traitors; that rewards had to! nfWn" -fnr thpir .innrehension. No- t TVt rin;n l t-:u.. had tices to this effect were posted up all over I the conntry. ' Scarcely had the announce- j meul been rrnde at Kilkenny, when Mr. Blalce, the County Inspector of Constabu- lary, resolved to "undertake the important duty which the Lord Lieutenant's proclama tion pointed out. He started from Kilken ny shortly after daybreak, and reached j Hiirlev nark, ascertained there that bmith O'Brien and the other proclaimed traitors had passed the night among the colliers, -or blask boys," of Boulagh Common, within a mile of Ballingarry. Air. Blake sent a messenger toCallau, where'the constabula- ry of the surrounding district were ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 September 1848

4 fHETBSMDEMOCSAT. CJPTY OF .1 USTIW WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1848. Democratic JVominations. FOR PRESIDENT, -,- GEN. LEWIS CASS. 'FOR YI CEP RE SIDE NT, 'GEK, WILLIAM O. BUTLER. ELECTORS FOR TEXAS, "J. B. MILLER. ) For the State at .. T, G. BROOCKS, large. 3V. C. YOUNG, for Eastern District. iYi.'-'A. DOOLEYj for Western " 4&?!e nave received a communication iYom judge Webb, in reply to an nrticle,.sin- ed '.'.'A. Western Farmer," published in tne. -Galveston News, which will appear in our next. ' 0" We' learn that tlie Chihuahua Survey- ing Expedition, under Col. John C. Hays, ,Ieft Sun Antonio on the 5th inst. The com-! -rp'any-comprised 75 men;, well mounted and .equipped, and in fine spirits. Cascaltv. During the late rise of the Co - -Ibmdo, n German living at Mr. Ilazlitt's at "'Comanche, known by the name of "John," " --wasLdrowned. -He wos returning home from rihis'placei and was, it is. supposed, ignorant of the stage of the water,, and, in attempting ftri.ford the river wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 20 September 1848

jfc n HOWE'S 'SELECT ACADEMY. TEE citizens of Burditt's Prairie and Onion Creek, have recently, by a liberality adapted to the wants of the community, constructed a durable and commodious frame building, 20 feet by 40, at the base, to be devoted entirely to the purpose of cnlightr miner the minds of the rising: generation. It is plea santly situated in a Live Oak grove, by a Sulphur j Spring, five miles S. E. of Austin, and possesses many j natural advantages promotive to ueaiin ana comiou Here the undersigned proposes to commence a per-1 TERMS OF TUITION. Ptimarv. Studies, per session, - 810 00 Junioi Glass: Arithmetic, English Gram- mar, Geography, History, Composition, and Natural Philosophy, - 10 00 Senior Class: Chemistry, Astronomy, the higher branches of Mathematics, and the Greek and Latin Languages, 15 on Students from ti distance cam procure board with the best of families, at a convenient distance, for 5 per month. J. FLETCHER ROWE. Pive to. S.J2. Austin, Aug. 1, I848. 31...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 October 1848

uStW ;tolme in. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK 11, 1S4S. NUMBER rt. r j I THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT- o- ; PUBLISHED BT CRONICAN, MINER & CUMM1NGS, aBMI-WBEIU-Y DUBING THE bESSION OF THE - VuEGbliATURE, AND TVBEKLY THE RB- 1 ") ! MilNDEB OF THE YEAR. - aiai2.0 .. SoaaCRipTioNS for one jjv, : Ho. for six iponthsi : 'GmJbs will i)o furnishexl with " six entries one voar for : : $4 00 2 50 '$20 03 SiSGLE'CqnEs of ibe paper 10 cent .. 0-VerxjBoworeroaiTivBi.r required lo be paid-in advance. 'advertising , r dOoejsquaro (10 linos orloss) BrstiiiBertion,$l 00 Every subsequent publication, 50 cents. , Aaxertiseiaenteof more than asquaiein the same proportion. . , "Aiboralaeduclion will be allowed to those who 1 adverliia'bjr the year arsis .months, " JghpCuh will always, be required in adtance tor ET & llSter on business with the office must bo,j YQSTJPXW. ,'iQno hundred words may bo consideredascon, tiloling a square. - t " ' AGENTS FOR THE DEMOCRAT. 'Bottrop Co. Bastrop, James Nichols...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 October 1848

s4, , N THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. cjri f .3 usttjt. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEH II, iS4S. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. LEWIS CASS. -SFTQTR: VIOEPRESIDENT, GEN. WILLIAM 0.' BUTLER. ELECTORS FOR TEXUS, J. B. -MILLER. ; For the State at T. G. BROOCTXS, S lame. W. G. YOUNG, for Eastern District. 31. A. DOOLSY, for Western " CCTiicciixwiica'loii signed "&." was receiver! inn hn-for pnbltraiitm hi to-dny p-per -but-r.ili appear in -our next. 27 The Telegraph says., ihnt ihe thermo- meter at 'HtMi-lon, on Ijst Saturday week, was up to 94, Fareuhcii, and on the fjJIouinu tuormnthe imsrcurv had f.dSrn to 04. This great change li-ida v.-ry unfavorable effect upon those who v. ire suffering from the epi- demic. - Seven dea'hs occurred during the forry-Teight hours ending at 10 o'clock on Sun- day, and four or five mure between that" time and Wednesday night. !?" The Pecan- Mast, which is now be- ginning to full, will prove a source of consid- erable profit to western T-xhs the present season being very abundant, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 October 1848

j -t- y p COL. KINNEY'S "LETTER, In relation io the Buffalo Hunt. J. H. Peoples,- T3sa. Sir : For the last two or three weeks I have noticed in many of the papers received here, that my name is mentioned as a leader, or the leaperoi.ui - American expedition, having for its object the separation of the Northern Provinces from Mexico. However much I may be flattered by the complimentary notice to my- self, which has generally accompanied the article alluded to, 1 cannot but take excep tioii to their general tenor, and would be lacking in those attributes which character- ize a good citizen, if I were to remain -silent. Our country is at peace with Mexico, and it would certainly be a breach of neutrality to organizes force in our limits to invade any portion of her territory, and I certainly would 'not, with my consent, lend my name ibrsuch a purpose. It is the desire of all good men to see their neighbors prosperous and h-.ppy; and when they are not so, it is laudable to assist in Ten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 11 October 1848

Prom the Boslon Press and Post. Tas Union- Magazuje forSeptem- beh Edited hy Mrs. C. M.-'iKirMand. Boston: Redding Co. This-pfetly ningazine contains about the1 usual ossrtrt- raent of readable prose and verse, by John Howard Paine. Mrs. Osmond, Miss Oonld, &c, &c. But the best thing'in irisr.a po- em a la Hood, by John G. Saxe,'aiUhorbf " Progress," mid other w'lty, fanciful arid spirited poems. The produciion -under no ticf is called s: The Prond Miss Mac Bride, a .legend of 3cotharri,"-and is good enough to be given' in "full'to'our readers. "Burns its length -renders this proceeding impossi- ble, we must contrive to select the best stanzas, at the'risk of injuring'the story. The heroine of the poem is thus described : ; 3'terrTb1y: proud was Miss Mae Bride, tThe'Vfiry personification of Pride, - Xks she mine'd along in Fashion's tide, Adown Broodway on the proper side When the.golden sun -was setting; There was.pride in the head she carried so high, Pride an her lip and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 October 1848

T 'fadf . &$? ffJ---C'tt ?$ & --i 'sfa --J?,TS i i '"-ff! -T 'fViri iUSTIN, TEmffpNfiSMYroCTGBER t&4848r :.' VOLUME 'ffl. u. .'-j- -' Jmf 4 '' Hta --VIS );'" J . - i -yMfM f TIVffE JSIAS DEMOCRAT. UlTXiXSiiSb ST CRONICAN, MINER & CUMMINGS, .SEMI-WEEKI.Y JHWNG TfT. THE SESSION OF THE AND. WEEKLY THE KE- ' ,. JIAINDKR OF THE YEAR. fe) IS " OVJikairjIUfla lui unc jcm, . $4 00 2 50 do. fur six months, : fOCi983 will be furnished with - 9;ij isircopies oncyearfor : z ": $20 OJ " Single Copies of the paper lO'cents -KrJUsubscriplionsarc.rosiTivzLy requirtdlo be 'jpaid in advance. ADVERTISING v k t5ne squ-ire (10 lines orless) first insertion, $1 00 a EverysubHoqueiil publication, 50 cents. Advertisements of more than asguaiem the same proportion. A liberal deduction will be allowed to those who 'fedrerlife hj the year or six months, -yZThe Cash- will always be 1-equired in advance for advertising- " ' tH? . , . ,. -o- Alllatters Oil oUslness.willi the office must be ,rosT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 October 1848

V N n Styria, and it is beautifully sitnatedmongjsen, is also north of latitude 36 30'; and the unnntains, at an elevation nf 4000 feet. On arriving, 1 was received without the least hesitation, and permuted to view the house jttid'grounds. 1 regretted to find the Arch- duke absent as a previous introduction to liira in Vienna, where I once had the honor of acting as interpreter for him, would have insured me a Warm repetition. FTe is iic great cnaimis nunter oi me neighnorliood, -und one of tJie rooms of Brandhnf is entirely finifsHed with the products of the chase. A splendid chandelier is formed of chamois horn?; and chamois, chairs, chamois dressing-case and chamois eating utensils, make nraRQjiQjyajjOhiect of interest to the stran- ger. Hifpeasaiiis in the neighborhood frequently point out steep precipices and dangerous cliffs thaf.were" scaled by none so easily . as by the Archduke on the cha- mois chase. At home he wanders about among the thatched roofs of the humble linnters...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 October 1848

Fir miles of our county seal, supposed lobe spies. Thirty-seven men, left here da- before yesterday to go 10 Barnetl's, not Laving learned of York's fight, but went in pursuit of the Indians who killed Barnett on the Sandies in this county. We know not precisely how great a body of Indians Tire west of the Guada- ' loupe, but from circumstances, are of the belief that i ju ouuiuuu lu iuc duuvc uicuiiuucu uumuci, uijuntit is'stlll'a much larger tody. We have sent couriers to La Grange Lavaca, Seguin and Austin, to give Ohe information, and place the citizens on the look out, and thus perhaps spare the lives of some who might venture unarmed on the frontiers. We ask that through you the War Department may be made acquainted with the exposed situation of the Texas - frontier, and provide additional ranging companies a36rigabove the settlement1:. 3u WM. H.STEWART, At the instance of a meeting x "t i ' Of the citizens of Gonzales county. JSei: 12, 1848. Go.vzai.ks, Ocl. 12, 1848. J. B. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 18 October 1848

Illl ! 1111 T jf TIOSOR TO ALL HANDICRAFTS. BY C. L. HEEL-Ktl. illonnr to hua'Whose-sinCXv'd arm Swings tho ponderous elcdge $ . Honor to him whose-siat'dy liand Delivers the friritlesstodgc-; To ev'ry toiler who zlrivelh 'To-beaulify tbwoerth, ; Br honor end fame-far greator - Than to-men-of&iugly birth. .To.tofl -it h to 511 completo The Loid.of lifo's comma-nO, To crown with golden fruit and grain The wilds of evVy lane? ; T-flrwaT tho-tnunsiun and the cot -p. '--. fin-oily or in glen; That Peace and Hppincs may dwell &m?ti thc!iionies oT-men. Who makes -a blade ofgrunsto grow "& Where ihere'grew nune before, ;Is greater tlian the detni-god iVriboBe-inontla-drips wirh gorr; : Theit plant the apade in dcjTl giound, And make its treasures spring 'To blps the hand and home of him iYJieVf-Rttblcr than aking2 ' .A If iTOOnaL MELODY. 7iOTTE.T-flET TO UUSIC -Tsr . Ab a sensitive 'coon lay sleeping one dayn The sound of a w-iod-culterj ihetchet he'he'arfl So he jumped on a st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 October 1848

v?.i r4 1 l VOLUME HI. AUSTIN, TEXAS, EMESMY, OCTOBER 25, 1848; NUMEEfi 52. ' TJftB TEXAS DEMOCRAT. 'CItONlCAN, MINER & CUM MINGS, ,SMI-WEEKI.Y BUMNG THE SESSION OF THE "jtEQISLATBRE, AND WEEKLY THE HE- MAINDKR OF THE YEAR. 9SSHSa Subscriptions for one year, : t5-'5 'do. for six months, : i Clubs will bo furnished wilh .. six copies onejoar for : : 3tni v rv..r. fthi naner 10 cents 4 00 2 50 20 0) ra-.-JZtuAJcrioruflrerosiTiVELV reguivetfo 6c paid in adtance. AT VEKflSIIV G-. 'Onejsquarc (10 lines or less) first insertion, $ 00 Erery subsequent publit:atin, 50 cents. Advertisements of snore than a squaieiu the same proportion. "A liberal deduction will be allowed to those who adrcrliiic by the year orsix months, -The Cashwill always be required in advance for advertising. . KHiillBttera on busfneewUh thooffice must be ilost PAID. One hundred words may be considered ascon- Wtuling a square , ' '. AGENTS FOR TSE DEMOCRAT. Bastrop Co. Bastrop, James Nicholson. - Bexar Co. J. A. Tru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 25 October 1848

VslA S9- s. - - r5 5V iifai'V'TV " M...Wl..mimriw-nirw rrJThe following brief sketch of the liIe -and services t)f Gen. LEWIS CASS we 3eem worthy of republication at this time, inasmuch as a labored effort is making to depreciate his character and services ; and "that this epitome of the eventful life of this -'distinguished patriot brings out in hold re- lief his association with the most important events in the history of our country, and places them in contrast with an opponent who acknowledges Tumself a tyro in rela- tion to the science of government, a nov- ice so fur as the policy or the great leading questions of the country at issue are con- cerned. Read it, and then compare with it the life of Gen. Taylor, his equivocal sen- timents and attitude to the American peo- ple, and form your opinion of their relative merits and qualifications for the highest the most important office in the gift of a free people. Prom the Lancaster Intelligencer. J. short Biography of a Patriot : ...

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