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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 July 1851

PRESIDENT FILLMORE. An article in the National Intelli gencer truly say t The rare dualities that enter into and form the character of President Fillmore are calculated to excite the admiration of his countrymen, while his successful Administration as Chiel Magistrate entitles him to their np--probation. Entertaining these opin ions, I ask the use of your columns to give expression in a lew remarks to the improssions and feelings they prompt of the merits of the present Executive. True greatness rises with the oc casion, and is always equal to it. The truth of this sentiment is illustrated in an eminent degree in the career, thus far, of Mr. Fillmore. In all the ro tations in which he has stood to the people, ns a member of the Legisla ture and Comptroller of the State of New York, ns a member or Congress, Vice President of the United States, and finally President of the Republic his wisdom, prudence and virtun, have shone conspicuously, and he has acquitted himselt with unsurpassed...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 July 1851

Merchant Tailoring Establishment! engledTw & CO., North side of the Public Square. .ilhcns, Tenn., HAVR jiul received llieir supplies ol SWUNG and SUMMGK GOODS, eomprsinj 'he best selected assorlnieni ever briiiij;!'. I" 'his ina'kM. There is no mistake about ii it is thai wny. Their ock consists iu part of the following- ar- "Black and Fncv French Cloths, Cash mereHs. Drap d'fite. black Queens Cloth, MoriBO.Ciihmi re.Silk and Wool Tweedj, black Detskin and Fnncy Cassimers a uptrtor lot; Wl-.iie and Figured Marseilles Vesting. Black and Fancy Cashmere Vest ings, a lot of 2'od Silk Veslings; exua super Linen Drilling for Pu nl; a S"od lot of bilk and Gum Suspenders; a splendid lot of Oavais and Ties, black and lancy Silk. Satin and Linen; Genu Hdkfs; while Silk, and while and colred Linen Glovex, ood lot of black and fancy Kids, hlaok and fancy Sill, and Thread; Ready Made Shins; a lot of super Linen and Sliirtins; a large lot ol super Silk and Leghorn Hats; Boots, Shoes and Gait...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 July 1851

PO ATHENS, TGNN., FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1851. VOLUME 3. NOIHKH 147. BY SAM. P. IVINSi ST THE POST will j phliliml every Friday at $J per year, payihln within three months from the time of suhsnrihinj; $-),S0 in 'it months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the your. AnvBirri'KMRNTS will he ohnried $1 pit square of. I '2 lines (or Ins?) for 'he first insertion, mill !" cents for each continuance. A lihernl dodiiotinn m.'iiln to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending ndvcrtisemenU mit murk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will he continued until for bid mid clmrgnd nnnnrdin&ly fVj- For iinnnminin'r the mime of candi dates for office Timer T)oi,r.n, Cash. Jon Wontt, sunn ns Pamphlets, Minnies. Oir r.til irs, Curds, Blanks, Uanilbills, A.c., will he executed in n neat mid workmanlike manner, at short notice, mid on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will bo promptly attended to. Perons nt n distance nenil...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 July 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. 1. IVIXS, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. $3 a lfr, payable Hlhin Ihrrr nionCu Iron me nmc j iw"'s . SmontAf.or f -lni 'the miration oftheyear. ftXi paper discontinued until all arrear urt are paid, except at the option of the Pub tiher. For announcing the names of candidate! for office $3, Cash. ATHENH. FRIDAY. JULY 18, 181. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. W3I. B. CAMPBELL, OF SMITH COUNTT. FOR CONfiRFSS, mm w. ANDERSON, OF HARiON COUNTV. NOTICE. This paper is now verging tnwrds the close of its third volume. There i a Isree smotint due nn ilin iiffice bonks for sub'crip lion nd sdverlising. some not havinjr paid ny ihing from ihe start. We want to enlarge and otherwise improve the pa per, but we cannot do n unless 'hose who are indehted pay tip. So, come gentlemen, end in the fund remember, we are only asking what it diie. A BASE SLANDER REFUTED. It in knon In the country that General Campbell, the Whig candidste for Governor, after having successfully met hie competi. tor on the...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 July 1851

r From the Kansas (Missouri) Public Ledger of June 20. DEATH OF COL LUKE LEA A pnll ofcloom was thrown over our citizens on Wednesday morning Inst, by the Announcement that Col. Luke Len hnd, the previous nvoninor, been thrown from his horse, near; Westport, and so much injured ns fo cause his almost instant death. This startlin? intplliircnce, it was hoped, misht prove untrue or exaggerated; but we soon received a nolo from a friend at Westport, which confirmed the report, and dispelled our last lin perinsj hope, that even though the ac cident might have occurred, it might not have been attended with fatal consequences. Col. Lea has left, besides a largo circle of afflicted relatives, "troops of friends," here ami elsewhere, who will long reif.omber his many virtues, and mourn the dispensation which has sue) denly deprived his children of so kind and amiable a father, community of so honorable n member, and the pub lic service of so upright and valuable an officer. The following ob...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 July 1851

i'i'iij!iLiiUBJJ-iaatw''"'"l'-"et"-J1 i t I i tircnit Court, Maj 'firm, I Sal. Nancv Pickens, Robert Pickens, William K Pickens, Charles A. Pickens. Henry H Davis and wife Nancy Cavis, Warner Truce and wile Martha Truce, Andrew Pickens. Uese Pickens, Abraham B. Neil and wile Rebecca, vs. James T.Smiili, Robert E. Smith. William Pi. Smith. John C. .Scniih, Israel Smith. Nancy 1!. Loivry an;! husband Je llerson Lnwry, Martha Smith. Maty E. Smith, Rebecca C.S.nitl) and Margaret E.Sinith. William A- Smith. Jam" M- Smith, Jo. geph A. Smi'b. Israel O. Smith and Nancy J. Smith of whom the said Mar tha Smith. Mary R. Smith, Rebecca C. Smith. William A. Smith, James M. Smith, Joseph A. Smith, Israel O Smith and Nancy J. Smith, are minors and without any regular guardian, hut are defended bv their Guardian ad litem, Thomas L. Dates. J'dii ion to Sell Slaves. flHI3 pet.ttnners, by their Solicitor, ap. - peared and liled their petition to sell Slaves thoiein described, and it appearing from sai...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 July 1851

TORN PAGES THE ATHENS POST. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: TFIR POST will e published every Fridny at $2 per year, payable within thren months from the time of subscribing; $3,50 in six months or $3 if pnyment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advrrtiiikmrnts will he ohnreerl $1 per Square, of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, nml Q.'i cents for each continuance. A lihernl tl eduction made to those who advertise hy the yeiir. Porsons sending advertisements murt mark the number of times they desire them iosnrteel, or they will be continued until for bid nnd. chnred nennrdinrjy . For announcing the names of enndi dates for office Tubbf. Doi.i.Ans, Cash. Job Wouk, such US Pamphlets, M inntc's. Cir f.ulnrs, Cards, Blanks, Handbills. etc., still he uxeculed in n neat nnd workmanlike manner, nt short notic, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended to. Person At ft di'tnnce emliitr lis the names of four solvent su...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 July 1851

: v TT1 f TORN PACES u ATHENS POST. S. P. IV INS, Editor and Proprietor. TrHM 0 m i0tir. nniitihl llflin three onthi from the lime of tHbrHbine : $i50m nmontii.or $3at the expiration of the year. (1 et are paid, except at Hit option of me fuo- " i i ' I for announcing iie nurof of eandiialet for fjlct $3, Cash. ATHENS, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1851. FOR GOVERNOR, CEN. mi B. CAMPBELL, Of SMITn COUNT T. FOR CONOR FSS," mm nr. andersox, OF MARION COUNTY, At the lost term of the CTlunly CnU't of McMinn county, John Jack. Ear,., wa, elected Coroner, and Daniel IIohton. E TaxCollector ' 'l.0! ' r J Tlie commtiniriilion in TPi'nrd to Gen. Stone'a circular too late for inrfnv Our paper gooa to preas at ono o'clock on Thursday. ' Foet Him. Academv. The examina tion at this institution, now under the charge of Mr. and Mr. Church, look place on Wednesday Inst. We were not present, but indoMnnd Hint tho examination wa jatiHfaclory, furnishing evidenco not only of the progress of the pupila in their tn ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 July 1851

ft? TUB SECOND LYNCHfitfRG TRAGEDY. A Correspondent of the Charlotts Ville (Va.) Republican, Writing on the 4th, from on the spot pived the par ticulars of the .dreadful tragedy at Lovingston on mondy, growing out of the elopement of Dr. L. D; Willirims, with the daughter Of Rich'd G, Mor ris, Esq., of Amherst, near Lynch burg. He confirms the statement we hnve previously published, of young Morris Coming in and sitting (5iJfon at tlift table whfjrd were Dr. Williams and his two brothers, and Mr. II ill. their friend when they were quietly returning home after the daughter had been recovered from them. He says: Dr. W. continued to sip his coffee, when to the consternation of all, Morris Seized a plate and threw it violently in Dr. Williams face nt tho s'ame lime springing up with a drawn pUtol. AH parties followed suit. The evidence was, that Morris first barrel did not go off, the cap exploding. 1 he witnesses think that.he and Dr W. exchanged shots. But bv whom r . i . . ... . any...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 July 1851

If TORN PAGES CP J3 Circuit Court, May Term, 1851. Nancy Pi:kens, Robert Pickens, William K Pickens. Charles A. Pickens, Henry n Davis and wile Nancy Lavis, Warner Truce and wife Mnrtlia Truce, Andrew Pickens. Reese Pickens, Abraham u. Neil and wife Rebecca, vs. James T.Sn.iili, Robert tt.Pmith. William It. Smith, John C. Smith, Israel Smith, Nancy H. Lowrv and husband Jefferson 1 .11 wry, Marilin Siniih. Mary K. .Siiiuh. Rebecca C.Smith and Maraarei R Smith. William A Rmilll. Jmiies M Smith, Jo seph A. Smi h, Israel O. Smith and Nancy J. Smith of whom the said Mar tha Smith. Mary K. Smith, Rebecca . Smith, William A. Smith. James M Siiinh, Joseph A. Smith. Israel O Smith and Nancy J. Smith, arc minors and without any rejular niiardian, but are defended by their Guardian ad litem. Thomas I,. Cales. relit ion to Sell Slaves. 'IMIK petitioner", by their Solicitor, ap- pc-ired and filed their petition to sell Slave theiein described, and it appennri" fium said petition that Rnhprl F.. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 August 1851

TORN PAGES d THE A TEWS POST, . - V? FTTZw . taxi VOLUME 3. NUMBER 149. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMSt THE POST will '-e published every Fridny nt $2 per year, payable within three monthB from the time ol subscribing; $2,50 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of theyenr. AovKRTiSF.MF.NTi will be phnreed $1 per square ofl2 lines (or loss) for the first insertion, and 2i cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them imcrted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . f)T For announcing the names of candi dates for office Three' Dollar", Cash. Jos Work, such ni Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, Otshnrt notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at n distance sendi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 August 1851

TORN PAGES 0 II I I. II i II .i M.-- .MM II ATHENS POST. . 8, 1. IVIfc'S, Editor and l'roprlctor. TERMS. $a year, payable Kittin three monlhi from the time of tubtrribine : $i..r'"i Vmontht.nr $3al the expiration of the near. KyJfo paner discontinued until all arrear age! are paid, except at the option of the I'ub tsher. For announcing the names of candidate) for tffce $3, Cash. ATHENS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1855. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. W3T. B. CAMPBELL, OF SMITH COUNTY, FOR CONGRESS, JOSIAn Iff. ANDERSON, OP M AH ICS COUNTY, CONGRESSIONAL CANVASS. Our government is based upon the hones ty and intelligence of the voter, nnd the preservation of our institutions and laws depends upon his vigilance and patriotism. When men filling elective offices perform their duties faithfully to the best of their ability, it is the privilege nnd province of the voter to bestow the meed of approval when a public servant fails in the perform nee of his duly or neglects it, it is no less the privilege and duty...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 August 1851

INSURRECTION IN CUBA Tim Into news from the city of Puerto Principe, detailing nn insur rection in that citv is rccnrdcrl by the press penernllv ns the foreshadowing of nn effective 'struggle for liberty on the pnrtof the Cubans. .Tho intelligence brought by the Cherokee is to the effect that nn in surrection had bfoIen out in Puerto Principe, a city next in importance to Havanna, situated in the eastern part of the island; Tho insurgents were Variously estimated at from JiOO to 1,500 men, and pronounced against the government on the 4th of July. Troons were despatched to (lis perse them nd n skirmish ensued, in which (he troops wore defeated, with ana religious, began his murderous the loss of their commander and from career in Ireland, by cutting down SO to r.O killed. The affair tok place with n.i nxo a driver in the highway, some 20 leagues from the city. Tin whoso dray and bullock he coveted, insurgents retired to the mountains, Soon afterwards, ho overtook an old Where they la...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 August 1851

Land for Sale. D.U' Guardian of Thomas Lauder le John Lauderdale, Kobert Lander e,' Elizabeth Lauderdale, Sarah Lau- Isanc . dale I I.audetdale. infant Ijerumr, nu - - . children nnd heirs at law of JnnifS Lau derdale, deceased, together with J a mips Kincauiion and wi'e Adulinp. lorm'rly Adaboe Lauderdale, nnd William Uu derdal. aj" Children and lieir atlaw of Janiei Lauderdale, doe'd. i'td'don es I'jUlisUANT to a decree made in this cause al 1 lie January term of Ihe Or ci.il Conn. IS5I. and revived al the May ...... ism 1 it-ill. on Saturday, the 23d day ul AusjuM next, on 1 lie premises nl Hip house tract, two miles North of I'levelanil, Tennessee, sell on one and two years lime. Itie purchaser giving bond with approved security, except the turn of Hvemvrive per cent., which Hie putchaser will lie required to pay down, upon the amount of purchase, i tic following; described Lands, to wh: One pir ce bounded as follows beginnins on (he North. west corner nl the South east quarter ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 August 1851

TORN PAGES rri BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TBNN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 150. POST j. TERMS THE POST will ie published every Fridny at 11 per ynur, pnyahlh within thn-n month from the time ril'auhacribing; $-2,.r)0 in tin month or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the yenr. Aovkbtisements will be charged $1 per quiire of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, nml 25 cents fur each continuance. A librrnl deduction made to these who advertise by the year, l'ersons sending advertisements must murk the n um her of tlrtles they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and chnrged accordingly . (iy- For iinr.ni;nciiiir tho names of candi dates for ollice T iihek Dor.nns, Cash. Job VVouk, sijoli Ai Pamphlets, Minutes. Cir bulnrs, Cards, lil.inU.-s, llnndhills, &c, will he bxecuted in a neat nnd workmanlike niimnur, it short notice, nml on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor) post fluid, will be promptly atte...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 August 1851

TORN PAGES ATHENS TOST. 8. P. IVINS, Kdltor ami Proprietor. TERMS. V2 o ;irrt-f vllUin three months from the lime nf shrrih,m $:.:" tn mon&.or $-i"t llieeTnirallonnftheiirar. ffj- ATi 7cr dUmnlinufl until ar.rar geiirepaidcfpl atlhccplion the. I ,,- "tor'nnnnunruigthc names of candidates for Jflce $ 3, Cash. ATHENS. KK 1 1 AVAt'CUST '"lection Returns. McMINX COUNTY. The return? are ai! in for this county. The official vote may show some slight in- frnnc ts. but in tlie main n win Trousdale's oid majority was . in.-) A.,l.,:nn Inll behind hi mis year io- m,'".,- - old vote. Cooito boms McKnmy lofor Representative- whiff ffain. We believe McClary, whiz, U elected Joint Hepresen. talivefor Polk, Monro, ami MeMinn Tiie following is the vote in this county: .r m i oot Pnmnhnll Flu: UOV. iroutiUHio i -- c. Cong.-Churchwell lOiiO. An-lwoti ft.7; SsntU-Walk-r Gin. Doyle 3. BaU- Mn(. 5!77. Rudd 17.r. Summy 5o7. Uu- MONROE COUN lY. We have news from Monroe from nil ,he Districts but 3. Th...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 August 1851

. . -3 THE MURDER TRIAL AT WASHINGTON, Wo give the following extract from the opening speech of Mr. Morgan, for the defence, on the trial of John Day for the murder of his wife, now proceeding at Washington, to show on what grounds an acquittal will be claimed : 'The prisoner, before has acquain tance with his wife, was a young man of high elmrnxter, respected by all whb knew him, and esteemed by nil. He became acquainted with, wooed, And won her. At that time he belie v ted her pure, but at the very time when she stood with him at the alter breathing those 'fatal vows,' she was with child by another person. Those fatal vows were indeed fatal to him. They have resulted in the destruction 6f his mind, the ruin of his reason, land have brought him hero upon this jfcharge. "Instead of finding in his who a comfort and a solace, he found one who had entwined his heart like nn adder, poisoning and obliterating all its faculties of reason and intelligence. Fatal indeed were those vows to h...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 August 1851

TORN PAGES LllMHUJJlUltJJIWJUmLJi..l'JJJMUIMmJII1B Land for Sale. fine Day, Guardian of Thomas Lauder dale, John Lauderdale, Hubert Lnu.fer (hie, Elizabeth Lauderdale, Sarah Lau derdale, and Samuel Lauderdale, infant children and heirs al law of James Lau derdale, deceased, together Willi James Kincannon and wife Adeline, formerly Adaline Lauderdale, and William Lau derdale, ajsj children and heir iitlaw (if Jnme Lauderdale, deu'd. I'dilion ex parte. IJUKSUANT lo a decree made in this cause al the January term of ilie Cir cuit Court. 1851 , and revived nt the Mnv term, 1651 , I will, on Saturday, Hie 23d day of August next, on the premise at the house tract, two mites North of Cleveland, Tennessee, sell on one and two years lime, the purchaser giving bond witii approved security, except the sum of tweinv.live per cent., which the purchaser will be required lo pay down, upon the amount of purchase, the following described Lands, lo wit: One piece bounded as follows beginning on the N...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 August 1851

T 7 ATHENS POST. BY 9AM. P. IVlNS. ATHENS, TENNi, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 182 TMR PnQT will , rinhlishnii eirerv Friilnv nt 92 per year, payable within three months from the time of subscribing; $2,50 in six monitis or $j 11 pnymeni is ueiayeu uuui fhn Aiilrn(lnn nf IIia vulif. Advkitukments will be charged per square of 13 linei (or less) Tor the first inanrtinn, nnd 25 centa far ench continunnce. A liberal deduction nmde to those who advertise by the year, Persons sending advertisements must 'mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for 'Jbid and charged accordingly . fl7" For announcing the names of cahdi tiatea for office Tuner Dollars, Cash. Jon Wobk, auoh as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir enlnrs, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable termi. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post n r. I WrMl Km ni-nmnHv nftendml fn. Persons nt a distance...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 August 1851

Athens'" post. S. P. IVINS, Editor and 1'roprletor. TERMS. $i a year, payable triiiin three months from the lime of ubcribing; f 2,50 in tnonlhtsOT $3at the erviralionoftheyear. paper discontinued until all arrear ages art paia, except at me option vj mc x u- Far announcing the namet of candidates for nfllct $, Uasn. ATHENS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. 1851. THE BARBECUE POSTPONED. The lime for giving the Barbecue at Calhoun and Charleston has been post poned to the 5th day of September. Re member, the 5ih day of September, and not the 27th day of August, as heretofore published. Ample provision will be made, and the Committed invite everybody to be present. We don't know whether Gen. Green will be there, but we would be very Imppy to see some or our Knoxvill friends down. See advertisement in another column. THE RESULT. The returns from the whole State have been received, and show a highly grati fying roiult. Gen. Campbell is elected Governor bya handsome majority the Sen ate i whig by seve...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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