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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 November 1848

Km. 1. T" . Tnf Shsxsv co., Ky. J 'df . P i-y" eo,ttin" rsr0 astMect, coocerninf wbich Wt'.cl " . f this Commonwealth have .ollit' Coaventioa to revise S-?.? WW toptob.Ue,lb.t lustra- mit ifnporcu j ,hjC convention. U, wh.th.-r th. !l..U moJitiedM to aecnre iuiw ".. , -i-.-rv from our Slate! " hall W nOuiueuB iw removal U,rer fr'S't"t :Jltt4lf i ni lisnnine of our ' , shove all other. And aa the X- every wa. will ho called sr,,''",;H.rt.n exerci- of the right of "L cUwof Delegate tot convene -!;,r". is to woJ1 aBd K'Td ,h"1! U oar ' j u- honld lay aside the asper 'irJ par lie a, and endeavor to ho lully d ..f the o.charC ot ,h trWt' fLi Tin our hand, for th common good f-tttr r"UoBfc Lft " or west and best men aro placed W faction, let as freely-communo with to the meures which are proper fc,Uiecot.iuun interest and prosperity ""nteiamiiiation of Uiissabject. I, ifl'Cr( srrivedst the coocluaioo. that Tof Kcuc)' uuIJ uk" "ur, 'w'rt,p-i convention. Insecure the alll- to lav l'f"re Ton...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 November 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER . TV mMtr rr . n. Between broad fields of wheat and com I the lowly home where 1 was horn; The peach-tree leans against the wall. And the woodbine wanders over all; There is the shsded doorwsy still. Bat a stranger's foot hss crossed the sill. There is the bam and, as of yore, v 1 can ameU the hay from the open door; And see the busy awalloWa throng, . And hear the peewee's mournful song; But the stranger cornea oh! painful proof lbs sheaves are piled to the heated roof. , There is the orchard the very trees Where my ehiWhood knew long hours of ease. Ana watched the shadowy moments ran Till my life imbibed more shade than sun: Tu swing from the bough still sweep the air, But the stranger's children are swinging there. There bubbles the shady spring below, With its bulrush brook where the hazels grow; T there I found the calamus root. And watched the minnows poise and shoot. And heard the robin lave his wing, But the stranger's bucket is at the spring. Oh, ye who da...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 December 1848

"r7 HT1 THT W IWirAMlTW'TklTK I I ril: In lm xMVJl iIXn U JIlLo i " i w H i li "prove all things; hold fast that .which is good VOLUME II. 'TUB EXAMINER; 1 ... a. .aeitSeoteoten akir.',n""" lotnr " TBB.1"' T,oM:i-,,,ADVANr,:-PAUL SEYMOUR. r AM " o ..mm' ur Kitist r..n thi x"tvt"' 'r..mm,net oftht Sufod of Ay. ue are told, HP V0" Chnsuaau..----- fdir eeiiont for the legation of their ' i Sllurt. True; and these direc li be valuable hile the world la.; UOflS ,L ue doubt not, will the relation onS'ALniexL But how do of master i (uj, dii actions The terms license the holding of slaves? hkh the apostles use in giving ihe precepts are the Mine terms wnicn 1 a I l-aa.a' rw mwld have used, naa wo y0" .u.,.h. Manv of the mas- SiH" u , used. irth. ere indeed slaveholders. have prevented tnal n .- . . l Jul 17nf hervantswere slaves; but Uild , 1-9rh;n the inspired aiuoassnuw" j SrihUh devolve upon masters and aer- . in everv age, and under every form fZ?J & ao?then the fact that ruler. l. ...

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

THE EXAMINER F. COSBY. JOHN H. UFA WOOD, NOBLE BLTLER, EoiTOBS. LOUISVILLE. :DEC. 2, 1813. CT We tend, occasionally, m number of Jht BxaMinsato ntroono xko ore not ouboerilrt,in (lie kpe, tUt ly a permml of it, they may be in dueod tooubocribe. To BabirlBicrs. Many of our subscribers have failed to send s their first year's sobecription. We eeraeetly reeeeet Uose la arrears for the first and eocond year, to forward the amoant due to at, wlUout farther delay. OpIiiM mf at tavshelaer. A reepected eorreepondeat In the Interior of the State, eaya: "I wu Informed lately by an in telligent eiUzen of St. Louts, that In a conver- Mtion with an old gentleman In the Northern part of Mieeonrl, the old man aaid to him, 'I own about ten thousand acre of land In the territory that U la dispute between Iowa and Misuari; and, if I can got the line to ran be tween these States aa to throw my land on the Iowa side, lata willing, to effect it, to set free nil my negroes about thirty in number and isv ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 December 1848

,Aw , i be Acadia. whioh left TJT -.iaMtl 11 .... .1 3 o'clock urn isi" re'" "... k. Acadia. a-ranee - v..msrKiMiS. touis w VemUary reH.dei.ce hi iik' Mf ,he re Wndoiiie. w nere (,: i.U'Ht .. .. ir..ttrfUDUiurx. . -.a .11 . IV" ' V . re are even 1.01s hand.-d 1'S.::fom..1cl,tt.reProaidr.! . . .nin ri'" , "Z U ?! ". ...d at the bead ot -.J--" ...mhllil "V. 11 ! a.w! a 1 Ll.lakH IMlllVtl an"' ,. t.in. ewr w saia.- ,.5nMM.f into be- ,vWui - - ...in (torn i "'8 '" i :": ' i.ssid W w. Vr ". YT ki. .7veJ ,d a siehi. le 1 '-Aarr. howeve, that ever v.. " . should occasionally cum- '"ft P i,,,rv ...oruilitv. Cat duty u cou S fltrii '"" ,, Prince Pierre Bona- r;uiof-thiutnvir. . ...mumr rovi . I vi:s - A . ... ....I i! is aa.il. a eci He has coiiu"-"" , , .. :..:' ,ha ejected head of tin . lie :' :! ' - ...re litM our; but lota " h ";:',n ' ' mere private individual, vV "hr-ce of the time, I. iC r . , ,.V tslMMU. litis MHU.ut ' f ? a 1L tic!'"u; and numerous s:it ..V- r u hod into the IVpytme...

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

LITERARY EXAMINER. From tbc Hew Vol V Ilibllc. A Uck a Ualr. . ii una alicx ciui. Three timM the tephyr's whisper, And the soft and nlit ehewere, Have called p from their elsmbeT The early spring-time flower : Thro times the gammer wild-birds " Have bail! among the treee, And fore, with the dull Autumn, Three times across the seas Since this bright lock was severed la the hopelessness of bliss: O, there 's a world of eloquence la simple things like this! What a tumult of strange feeliafs It wakes within my brain; Half joyous and half sorrowful Half rapture, half of pain. One moment I am dreaming Lore's broken chain is whole, And echoes ef lost mnsic Are trembling in my soul. Another, aad I'm sitting Where the lights of memory burn, Aad thinking ef the summer-times That never can return. OA ia the solemn watches Of the long and weary night. No link beside has bound me To the morning'and the light. 'Tie strange my heart will vibrate From gladness to despair. Whenever I am thinking of ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 December 1848

1L IrJili iiMl Ulsm lm.o "prove AM things; hold tjlst that woken is good." VOLUME II. THE EXAMINER; orsoeSt..sxleOOisui.wr iu roeiomee. Tw0KLLASrEAI..IM ADVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR. y PsWIOItUT PH4WKOJ, t9 tkt tune, YoDNO GttEME the Franklin Sxiet9:-HS ho' I vaur partiality with the privilege of ad ZLnz you on the present occasion, permit -I o&r you a few thoughts on the phi- .lLphy of human Lappiness. U hardly be doubled by any sane niind that happiness is the end and aim of our being. Ail men are impelled at all tune sod by every principle of their na ture, to seek this invaluable treasure, with TVhich all things ei, would be utterly valueless, and even life itself an intolerable burden. Nay. more; I maintain, that no rational, or even sentient being, ever did, or ever could voluntarily undergo a single pang of misery for its n sake. Many, in all ties, have no doubt subjected themselves, of their orn free will, to privation and un happiness in various farms, with the hope of avoidin...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 December 1848

THE EXAMINE U. F. COSBY. JOHN H. HKYWOOP, MoBLE BUTLtU, Entrees. LOUISVILLE: :DEC. 9,1643. i mJ raaiaiMLUv. m number of Ik xr . - un.u 1 r not tJeriir, i fcU aopc, tAdi if m ptruaai ir, iy may eta1 e tubtcrik. Th tenet ot th Pretsdent'e Mmmm matt k Br 0X9 te eerriondent for th omit ia of their faror. TUi eddrss was sent te by one who Mem to pane a candid and intelligent mind. - The address wu accompanied by th following not, which wa Uka tba liberty of publishing. We eappreee the name af the writer, aa wa are not aar the publication of it would be agreeable I him. IituaoDsacas, Ky..Nev. 1?, 1648. OemtUmen: I bare had the pieaaara of pern sine a few nambera of voar paper: and am an neb pleased with roar remarks en Mr. John- eoa's speech, and. replies to A. B. C of the Georgetown Herald. In roar last a amber von express n willing- ess to hear anything, from a respectable source. contrary to your news. 1 herefore, I herewith aendyoa aa address delivered, sometime since, by James (shann...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 December 1848

-v - ... n,.rviuj: ptace uikni out ,i ,(..e th acquired territories. ' ' ,. end ".Vsun will in hi4 anuua k 1 r?r4 bhly satislactory statement of ffp.ni . r (he tuiancrn. conJuono r fiw., rr. nd.,,R on the Tb "nPT. ereof the value of flM.n.- . .'." lua last, ,ere .. waa e- .128.. !' 7 k ihe ernouua rat""-- , i ' jW; of b,c 33,S4it in the couutry, tor do- aae. , -i . .rvirta for tbe name period 1'" "f, iu cim.s ling of doineblic prodnc sUli of frlT, the Treasury for the same pe- Ttiff' "" loans, amounted to .S0,4.M, rei, n-l'"TT y ,he WM derived from customs W ( ftSE lS " il- of public lanc t-"a:.Tv- aid fr" miscellaneous ana wci L.iai tovic' . ,h. ,,Tenue for the Itutl "ll,lUbP'rj b. jtTK.ffNUGtheestfmaua 5f: '.' "rvoJ the Treasury, in ins ism an f tnd U't the P(tTopt receipts, during .1 rir.: U,u,k i ant niiurl. liru 1 (-t eeeded the eUmte by iinfoo 7" iHdicttinp, however, a yery .suraol V"'' . , . ' ,,m.i to the actual re- '. I -I rnm rUHlUlI? iOM- ... .-U(.;iure during the fiscal ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 December 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER; The BrMe. The bridal veil fcsngs oVr ber brow, Tb tins; of gold it on ber finger, Hr Hps hsvs breathed ths marringa-TOW f Why should she at the altar linger! Why weara ber gentle brow smila? ' W hy dime her eye whs douht it overt Why doee ber slender form for aid Lean tremblingly upon br lorert la It a feeling of regret For solemn rows so lately spoksn 7 Ie It a fear, Bearoa owned at yet. That ber mew ties may soon be broken T Oh, no! such shadows darken not The cloud that now is passing o'er her: Iler's is a bright and happy lot, Aui bright the path that lies before her. IIr heart has long been freely given To bim who, now her baud possessing, Through patient years hat fouiily striven To merit well Uie priceless blessing. It Is the fhonght of an tried years That, to her spirit fondly clinging, Is dimming her dark eyes with tears. And o'er her face Its shade Is fliuglng. It Is tb thonght of dories new, Of wishes that may prove deceiving. Of all she hopes, yet fear...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 December 1848

I ..' .' I . .1 i 1 : .I' l t "PROTB AIJ-..TIIINGS; HOLD FAS$ THAT WHICH IS GOOD." XOlAJM II. TUB KXAMINEH; IB KM Trt(,M-M'M,N4lVANr, PAUL SEYMOUR. , .... r IM1 ilia JIU . the Pnblic Interest. V ril.'Mi r. MARSHALL. J, I thinl. that the govern- Jut of Ki.au.iy had full power to enact f . of 1S33. and upon the bubject of l I jr.. nuif .IrtriT 'tmu 1 . .,. i'i nrH) T lint. uiu is : cases ere- 5 i . .i - Smie Constitution. In do- life iwicy f ,8W at Uw liu,B ''Lsage, and iu n.aintainiug Umt Am iZi a coiiui.uauce are far stronger ,cu . i . ,.i.i A Utviv i, , positive insatution. recognised by the l0lJ.uu.uan,r my wintry. The nght of uahin the Commonwealth at the time or the sJo'itKHi of that constitution, by the law -),, in for.e, and to such persons as the u ,nce have permitted to be introduced imo !he country, being slaves by the laws f other States, and being of the same de npuou with pf rsons held in bondage here, i.M complete and entirely protected by law horn tlie power of the gov...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 December 1848

THE EX AMINE B. F. COSBY. JuIlN 11. HKWVOOM, NOLILL: 1JLTLK11, Luitobs. LOUISVILLE::. u :DEC. JC. ISIS. O" We tend, ocoationally, a number of the Examisxb t persent vho are not tubscribert, in th hope, that by a ptrvtal of it, they may bt in dud totubtcribe. 1 n Oar Kran'rra. The (pace occupied in our columns by the aaetracU of the document, accompanying the President! Message; the report cf the proceed ing! in CoDf res; Col. Mason's letter from Cali fornia, and tite foreign news, &.C.; will doubt lets excuse to our readers the paucity cf edito rial matter in our present number. It is prop er to add, that, the words "God aud Liberty," at the close of the Messhge were uot in the origin al, lul were put there by pome operator iu our of the telegraph office. We commence iu this week' paper the pub lication of Hon. T. F. Marshall' letter vindi cating tue policy, Bee-, ot toe law or 1 ".. v e publish it at (he request c numerous friends, and may take occasion in our next to notice it...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 December 1848

a ar a a. I n ,., letter fro C0LK.B.M1 'n,,,!)... aJ accompanies the , with interest: , n . (i.. homd Id inform vou ,ha, "c" 1 "iV tut. U1 T. Sheru.au. 3d .rtille- ".-Kwl. I parted on the 12th of 1 . 1 ..i.utY l.lltY ieii ' t.. the inlelli l"uk",iea .. MonWieyol the U..l S-..U.. .lIIU.Mtt letter !.. ... u is LMM HNlHiIlBiii a iiu jr r lU ,1!V ,,urii.y. n-sciieu " 1 ' T 1 the 2i'Ui. and '1 F,'?,to iiial .iibWm r?ne to (wjt:y" um.1f xvlllt, a frw months. i! "" ....1 thrivm. was then at- . 1 1 l,uy and thriving, was ... m il iK Jwr u.p -24 IK. D.e horses of the On 1 tl, saisolt-lo 1.1 a launch, and ,JV Bww ' tlie 11M)rmns of the 'Al of iH-nrv .. .. i,i. r.uite-. nulls we.e lyintr j!v. V''"'"..,. -ere open to cattle an.) h;"' "Tu, vacant. anJ fa rms going to waste. "7 ., --sinor'I.lo ami iiminess. At w' .i.harinir their rarsocs at the Liu ii"-- 1 .ukiH 10 me ion. !,)vw-ie rsiablislirJ several stort, urt.s wrir u""f. . Sutter Uaa ouiy i.o rot-- ..1... 4 u-:ti'rm-inKer auu ...... t -.. .'...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 December 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. MlUal Ealrar rtoi Mil it a K DTMION. I. "A graaey dell fragrant spot, eeeJeded 1b aotaeleee wood baaal for sylvan Pan, Whwt rarely step of ma Startled lb qaiet, but ay bar elleece brooded Haahed aa a dor umbered io primal paaca, Tba loveliest glen in Greece. The air waa breathing genUy. Trkkliuf, gashing, fGargting e'er rocka and iaoea, a brooklet eeng, Sparkling, whenever it eprang From eat the leafy loom, iu turfara flashing Under lb ardent fiance of alarry eyea, Sctnninf it from tbe ikiea HI. -A moajjf oak, the Dm id of tbe valley, Shadowed a baeia that for centuriee drea- lu food from rain and daw A lonely lake, where Kereida loved to dally. And Dian'a hantreeeta, at noontide, cam, With lipe and rheeks aflame. IV. "Wreathing the oak, a honeysuckle, laden With coral corynibe, traveled toward brow. From limb to limb, and bough T bough of the tall tree, it atol maiden. Clinging- with apeechle breaat Where natar bade her rent ita Dryad transport to the V. "And in ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 December 1848

1 I ::r: I 1 yl 1 1 ' A r&jC X I V I P j . A 1 1 A II 1 n ' PROVE; ALIs THINGS J HOLD .FAST TIIATWIIICH IS GOOD. voi-nIEI1 Xiu: KXAM1NER; bales AOTANPE. ,KS FORTH DOLLAR. rlV I'OI SEVMOUK. itiin . ...a i.aw tS. rM (be .... aaa lb' fna-lic s-icrc.. M 4KSII ALL. k.nre cur commerce? m nd mercantile operations and uMI Ii ete The otnect oi luninirivc IS tlIAt , rt L es irom a from abroad, ur Jci at Its Ver' dlflU'- A ii.at its must dq'1(l the DUiUter tluir la the four hundred i!i 1; w C ,,,canij slaves in Virginia, hundred and fifteen thousand in l.UKl III flectiial I-- &H.ird ne MIC r j!i imitations or merchandise, the nie """,k'r of free anJ uA' i2mrid- would do! The answer CI "'T'1 of ujatevcr . "X nurrbased l lt'e inttSter 18 lm,uh'? l. I, glutei? necessary, and their of puichas for themselves are noth """""Vill having the whole returns of our trails, nime in mc uwa -j,e'int vicious of Southern slaves, !rt lff vonnt of Virginia and South Carolina , r ,n,M' -.r U;!! litviii th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 December 1848

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY, john h. h fa wood, noi;le butler. Editobs. LOUISVILLE: ::DEC. 23. 184S. ET TV ttnd, occasionally, c number cf the ExaMisia to per$ont tc ho r not oubocribero, in tkt hope, that by feruoal of it, tkty may be in dud to onbocribe. The commnnicmtioB ia regard to the Address to tbe Presbyterians of Kentucky it from the pen of one, who can rightly .peak with confi dence end decision upon the eubject- We thank the writer for the assurance which he has given ne of hie satisfaction with the Ex- .miner. Wo trust that his other engagements and duties rosy not prevent hira from devoting his powerful intellect to the furtherance of. the cauM in which, we know, his heart la enlisted. UkNi ee Slavery Drlrs Away? It is a favorite argument with pro-slavery men that if the friends of emancipation triumph, many wealthy and valuable citizens will leave the State. We have no doubt that some suck may leave, though the number, we believe will be much les than is anticipated. But it...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 December 1848

-.1,- ihlch iufMcei."-'- . ruch West Kcutncklan. f. urB "rt oiov u.r.thlnklnfortnefre.1 sun- don: Ve have recently f r" ' .,.,e.t..ome excellent anicie. .T.I Vh.t we mot admire in the jsc0"- .tn. nuestioD. if the - i),,! mow" - ift- ,f -rB- which ha. nn.formly IIJH 0 of the talented editors i i-. . d th 1 lyssi - - n . There i " -- i- ." I nei. which we think the 111 . .l. t.t. are more deeply in- T.' -.inful lo observe howsen.itlve , in' i noIitirin are in refer ";T t..in of whiph " " with the properily of the ',! . .-Iiirh. if m' ,00"' W,U W ' ' " .t iy. met mnnn,r ro"cb '"'"fa tli h of rr'T" di"rUMion- 11 f mn J'r the influence of ju- iJi" .1 al.nt their eve to . i. .re iaetit.Me ! hl"- nature, nnd ' dVneie., and which must i their fn involve portion of our popnla .l....nce. the most direful. Why ...I occupy her comparatively low . !.tion to ?:! 'ich are her ju "" i l..rh have fewer nturl aJranU- 'Jff thirindnrtry' Thereitbutone ",: , tl.mt tb evitene of .livery. """iBcnln. which...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 December 1848

LITERARY EXAMINER. From Ike LiUiwy World. Mryrrasark. I J. iimid nnoi. I Steyermark--green Steyerroaik, Tb field are bright tad the foreata dark Bright with the maid that bind the ihetTM, Dark with the totems arch of leave! Voice and tream and aweat belli chima Over tha land, ia tha harvest tima. And the blitheat eonr of tha finch and lark Are heard in the orchard of Steyermark! In Steyermark old fUeyermark, Tha moontaln-enmmiteare white and atark; Tb rough wino farrow their trackle snow, Bat the mirror of crystal areeinooth below; The stormy Danube clasps tha ware That downward aweepa with the Drava and Sare, And the Eaxine ia whitened with many a bark, Freighted with ores of Steyermark! In Steyermark rough Steyermark, The anvil ring from dawn till dark; Tha molten atream of tha furnace glare, Bl airing with crimson the midnight air; Tha Inaty voice of forgemen chord. Chanting tha ballad of Siegfried' a Sword," While ponderous hammer thechorua mark. And thia ia the music of Steyerm...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 December 1848

' 1 1 y""f M. 1 ; ) l . :;:J Y-J l H l A . JJLZJ JUL LiiO - j 1 I- -- . ' " '' ' ' I ' ' ; ! ' ' 11 ' ' I' 1 " "PBOVB AT.T. TI- . 1 nni.n 1 A. THAT Wflinrv t niinn . . . ' - - volumeii. TeXAMINER; ' l,U.Po.0c. PAUL SEVMOUR, . KraiMckr , , .r,.r tie i.-p f fifty year3 lh pp about to assemble rf it for the piirpoM of revising u cjnvenao , u I. o v. a (TUi n .J' LI h.v aud with the aid of 1 ' f niuat reliable teacher-pracUcal , .. .Kn t.i irmtv die "P"" , ...... i nrMWiA. P1' . . . on , r-irt;n. or & ! i i 7 ht is bad. Vhen those prede- slunng hil 811 ' . i it. nresent coaitution. ne- .i. aani rani nit tin. i i j-verv l,,e u,ost rItainS t0Plc ;,J felt bv U w be by fr die mof t minor unt suhject for coniiJeration. Now again, t.A iimitutijii stau.! proutiuentl) forth, as ofawstin13"0' lost neeJing revision a,J the uast J.di. ull properly to readjust. . uW needed -ny aplog)-, for venturing ,o couuuune with our frlloxv citizens on hk h a subject, it niilit I found in the Hu lit seveul ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 December 1848

5 ?2- r - THJ2 EXAMINER. a 1 : . r F. COSBY, ) JOHN II. UFA WOOD, S fcoiTvaa. :ObI-b BITLEK, J LOUISVILLE;::::::-: DEC. 30, 1843. fJT We Mii, aitoi77j', -sfc-mfxr t ExaXIBeb U persons was mrt not tubteribtrt, in A kof,, tkat If perusal of it, t.iey may bt in duttd teettbscrtev. ,8 : ! ' i Oa or firat page will be fouad aa address lo ths people of Kentucky apoa Emancipation, to which wo ask attention. It ie one indication among many that tha eubject is awakening much Intermit ainonf our fellow-citizen. We are lad lo see that tha address la signed by men of both political parties. The subject of Esnaneipetioa la aae which commends itself to tha earnest consideration of all ritixena, with at regard U their sectarian er political con nexions. . It la a subject of transcendent, im- sneaserable mag nitade, involving tha best later eats of humanity for tha present and all coming linw. Let tt, therefore, be discessed freely, thoroughly, auiversally; but let It be diseassed, without sectaria...

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