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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 December 1848

Ibe mrngmrm. . . j i.ki weea " rreiru. - m fT'1 ,M e we now eusbled to luruitJi ;"' . MrticuUn. Wj copy I rull steamer ""rr - f,Vp-F'f "days, having sailed MVS eiJi""" "''."".hT day of her departure the uw market we. very firm. Consols nil rapidly I t .. ...aVa - t 11 1 n !, are eulirely devoid of mature mhVrsof the Cetinsn Pailiemerit. .... Vou ulace in Home. A jlulijn dtv. flom h, ioHll. .... UO, surroi nded ibe i Zr' demanding a uew ministry rmd OjW"'1; ' a.rl'iix of wararemsl Austria. .ann"1"' . . k. .-Guards, and the jsrf were 'J1? w 4 ibe moral in fhtence of oij-iw" ' ,,,,,.. the Pope, enured the ibrK P"' alBri v. uh him. Several attempts f" to ace l'.e bu.ld.u5, but proved uusuc rei' r-MIUl , ruttJ then mede rerulsr invesimenl !.-ed luolUde nist the wiudosra. n iiieSwi end Miotiuug ramie., me ;.. ii,e breast. Theoveiwheliriiiif fjpes roinnelied submission. .... I A "" T iers as il'en sent comprising tht i il ot the ruspiitur. iW6 ' ' . ,,,,.1-r duret add in pernonal ian ivrpe...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 December 1848

1)4 MTEIUJIT EXAMINER. rf' - Tn Fries!? pcftuc. BY CfcUSXU IUC1UV. Tboa shell not rob me, thievish Time, Of all mj blessings, all my joj; . I have seme jewels la my heart - Which laea art pewerlees to destroy. 'Tboa nay'st deaade my arm of strength. Ana leave my temples seam's ana1 bare; Deprive miae eyea of .passion light, ' And scatter silver o'ar my Lair; t - Bat aerer, while a book reataiot, A ad brealhao a wamaa or child, Shall thoa deprive ma, whilst 1 lire, Of feeling fresh and aadefiled. No, aever, while tha earth U fair, - And raaaoB keeps its dial bright, Whaie'er thy robberies, ok, Time, Shall I be laakrapt of delight. VVhau'or thy victories on my frame, Tnea canst not cheat me of this truth- That though the limbs may faint and fail The spirit co renew iU youth. So, thievish Time, I fear thee oot Thoo'rt powerless oa this heart of mine; My JoweJs ebail belong to ana, 'Tie bat thesettiags that art thioe. rlctarve mt Maaarro la KmUb4 la the Ttasee TJaam II. BT T. B. MACACLA...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 January 1849

' "V"'"'Tr.",.'ZT:- " "I l-.IJ I !. I,. I . ,.. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' " 1 1 ti PROVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST, 1AT WHICH IS GOOD. s V0LU3IB II. Tins EXAMINER; IH IM' " i.v a vr r . ,,iWF FOR TFN pol.I.AR. SEYMOUR. I- . am niMnriiialian I 0Urrvaiiu w- r- i . m. nlnrirvniAn I .,o miM for mim ytM .i If:. n..nntln. I h ues.-rile. "rr"1 ' I ,cu,e i i.igh character of vr amp" , iUtemetiU and opinion i 1 I . ,.r til f l lUt ' ,,luof A emancipation il.nlv: have B,J,e .. ... die niotals end t a. K.re oopuUtion, and " them. Mairiajje u now KnL h hUsbeen encoogrd by the - . .1 . , of llie leading gf nueme n "P . i ... a hu .I,- liiseilioii of a "de 0! sue II. 1 1 l.ll I 1U V v.. I ..... ..r. Al'I Ul Lilt? 111 ... r . I ' k n jfl.tft IiVllllT III , , A ,n ilUie - r -ii J !"'J' 1 hn should be inained undr '".CTu." fiuni ll,e con,,,,'.";,?iae,u .. .... all the.r issue are 6 Urf comin -4 I, rid l'ltiUiW- dc , . Ublts of the L.te poj.u. . jr01Milv iinoroved. 'i'here "1 h less of dronkei.iss, le hard ' i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 January 1849

jn i l ' jj.r.1 r ii - -juittci iliiri ftf THE EX AMINE It F. COSBY, JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE HITLER, olTOtt. LOUISVILLE: ::JAN. 6. 1849. -- tr. . aeoaMumallv. m ntimbtr of the Exajaiaxate perssiu r otaubwtribert,tn tAa hop, that by porusalofit, they may be i duaod to tmboorib. Thl interesting aad well written document It ie uuiiitiwirj for to commend to the et tentloa of r reader. Ther li olbln in lu length to repel, there it everything ia its pare styls and food epirit to attract. We rejoice that the interact! of adaeatioB occupy ao promi nent a place ia the mage. The entlmntt uttered by the Governor ia regard to disunion will commend themeelveo to every patriotic heart. We hope Kentacky will respond to them by taking aaeaaarea apaedily to place her name upon the hat of free Statea. She will thai effectually pat aa and to the disorgan ising acbemee af the few factiona men to whom slavery ia dearer than the Union. xNaw." Oar readers will find another commanicatioa ia this week's pape...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 January 1849

' " r.H.OH Of the CoiWlllUtlOB f'"'V frnm time W tme, " : ;ivi--,,S'.l,4nJ here permit me lu - ? .1 . realoi has Messed oiir ,-' " it.:'" ','U;on ot ih- miiia and mi- ' ' ' ' ..,tfuIJ U ot graliluito ana - i '-"1 ',' 1.,LJ1r ol our Condition. "' v,-u''""' 'oi lot uiiMirpasi.ed Wi tt '. i"'": , , onr reach the mtUial "V"''r " ; Vit.ilneand widoin,to " '( io it.' inhsNtsnts ' out , , or. i like the prewml, r(:.lvwilll- tsiiea up." . I,: iai.oiis.lo prepare the tl.,t ll""!'N m unmindful ot . ll. U .Xil.tfll Mild t.e llli.iet ' , 7 ,e cue Uloi us, wIkj tia- ' Je'ir .'!. J 0 k"Vr ',. ...led the amplest protection ,,,iv..! therilu-rii. lowew- , , ui-eai.O P'""" "c- r. that i-naratlet that consli- "r w.vif '' . i.,.tuckiau cantor, nun : "i' -',l"',r ;,.l..u(; I orablyd.iu.;- !.. . I . r. " ". . " . . I... ... mull. , ... !.. il, il.Mll- r J1Mi the lotce l ,", 'Vri! t".M....ir Ol RepllMlca.. :!:,r . ,t, ..I om toiro ot gotern- -"'-L.r .l.otlt""''i,"':i "H '"' , e- aie. the liberty slid eous...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 January 1849

LITEttAAV "EXAMINER. " 1 rtofirtVoilint Huok'i 15Vi'..iii, " - - tvm " Trt ,' . . The hour is coiue Uie cLeiilied bour. When from the busy world set free,; - I eek at length roy lonely bower, A rt1 muse in ailent thought on thee. And, oh! how sweet to know that still,' Tttougb sever" d Horn the widely (r, Our minds the aelf-eame thought can fill Our eyes yet bees, the self-same star. iVxiipulaion from its devliri'd course Themagnet may awhile detain; Hut when no more withheld by (orce; It trembles to lU north agam. Thus, lltough the idle world may hold My fettered thoughts awhile from thee. To thee they spring, when uncontmll'd, In all the warmth of liberty. The faithful dove, where'er by day, Through fields of air her pinions rove. Still seek, when daylight dies away, The shelter of her native grove. So at this calm, this silent hour. Whale' er the daily scenes I see; M heart tits joyless wand'rirtgao'ei) Returns unalter'd still to thee. A Bketea. IT MBS. S. C HALL. A wild bird cam...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 January 1849

T 1 4 A "prove all things; hold, fast ruAT which is good." vor.iiMR 11 LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1849. T1 Tllli r.A.r.."-''-4-'- mine Po.lOf I KK TIM. . ...I-1K.S FUK TKN pA,IL SEVMOUR, I AUVAM'E, 1K)I LAKS. 01) tl th . .... ..ties of Virginia which he I :., ii rf lilil.o atvlStk i. antif. a roiiuiiw c are not surpu .-mm.uiu w..c i .. ...i ill. iinrF tA WT-.. w.i..it.inu. ll tlius alated in f 1'uu.m-auou which appears in c .....onJ Knuuiier ol luesday:. . "Iroui the ea coast to the l"1". ? and from 'the head vf liJe- . 'u.... KhIi." being the slate pot- 4 the State, the inf fwrn, the tliUs 1N ' 375.C57: bewan inereaof !stwu u .... fr.i- npmrtip-A for the unir . . . nnreilL; " - ' ,u in IbJO 1C,317; b.iua l f ........ tl.sn Lt wf 1 km of '"8 at ol 13 1- IrlT in luctea of fw Negroes- f more .1n !!f t.ir tl.e biles, " proportion to num- i the nt.fcriion iu MrcLlrn- 1. T.7-.4 Fi rol'J. fr.t Slv. 11,915 o..k. nir .iiClrn-. a-m rate H W f"1- l H'"feR' 3 C crut oo sIave; and c...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 January 1849

els THE EXAMINED. F. COSBY. JOHN H. -HEYWOOD, NOBLE Bl'TLER, Eoitoii. LOUISVILLE: ::JAN. 13, 1849. Wa atud. oxaaaionaUy, a number of the Eissfiaca fe pe rasa who art not ulcribnt, in tkt kf. tAot by a pervial of it, tkey may be in ductd to akttribt. ernaaa fcy Her. U. ! arils We were favored recently wilh a copy of tlti well-written diecour, for which w return our thank to tiia writer. Wa are alwayr glad lo a discussion of slsvary when conducted in to food a spirit aa the one before us. Tha inter est of humanity demand that thia subject should Lara tha light of Christianity poured freely up oa it; and the intereeU of Christianity demand that ber inluietsr ahould apeak boldly and with Wisdom. AMIkrr Laaare la ike flela. Tb Richmond Chronicle ia now publishing eenee of article, aver the signature of "Unas da Hake," ia behalf o'f emancipation, ia a hit h many etriking facta and strong thought arc well presented. We rejoice to aee that tha pa per ia tie interior of the State are opening...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 January 1849

Farther latelllgeaee b tro- ... the folio wiug euuunary of foreign new u.e l'"'eVa U" xw ot PPeI mon jv lasl Frees France. . from France confirms Louis ' TUl.l-l .nrree:in popularity, and Caveignae'a t'1""11, .7 u. eut.. .oated. than the surir.- ' ' , 7. Pail-iailS. Ii Pal.S hbolnle '' .-.i ...mi li.r l.eneral Cavaignsc, l-' ri ifct reports h!rh have reached J".T will have au immense majority.-- Tt, neiil ...nue.ice. Already i.sl, or the CV il n aiiy are 01 h,ch Plar' 'if!.; .1 uj."" 11 " laier Tel. Luii.. Napoleon's f lection e ni;roes all the at- rt.wO " r ... , , amidst a Urre Blt-lia. i ' - - a--ellllliru Ol lll- i iv- Ma . win fcaalaad. Vi.a-.M ( A. . .aM.-A diea.ltul accident oc- 1 CIl lAiaU Illf bU-l"" a...v.o. It -j if Kt u Luh K.l.ti. . ... I, . 1 1 U . 1 . ' lVJ. . J - ... ...e iol Thetteariierhad ouboaiJ . ...s-uriof-r. anaaiKMit one nunuiru ,l!tv lfil.fwi?''" '" Amere. Toward - . :,i..u Uvrt(i!ia iieavy ie camf ...J a vk.u Mr- - Lrd that the deck. .rrei-Jel. "'" pour wii...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 January 1849

LITER Alt Y EXAM1NEK. i . From Um Houm Journal, life Is DfMM I Cbcrlah. IT iWCIMO STSIl. Yoathful hearts will aaek romances Youthful hearta will hava their faucias; And thera to draara I cherub That to with me all the day. Of fraud, old Iim that apringath, W bars its waving foliaga flingeih A eoft abadow tha cassnisiit, Whsrs I iousa tha hour away A soft ahadow, weary never Of IU light and shifting play. This I dream aa angel spirit la forever hovering near it. And within it and above it, With emieeiua from the sky ! For the old tree aeema to love me, Aa it wavea its bought above me With a faint and gentle murmur, Or a low and eaddeued aigh For it aeema to guard and cherih Even the wayward dreamer 1! There's a whiaper and a Lhjsaing lu tha beautiful caressing Of the leaves that steop to kiss me As I lean upon tbssill; And their murmur makes a feeling That on earth hath no revealing, Bat that aleepeth ia my bosom Mute, and eloquent, and still, A ad their toach apon my forehead Wakes ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 January 1849

v .-. :'. . .. . "PHOVE Ul TBISCSj nOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS COOD. 99 ' M"l,MMWTM,M,fMM volume ii. THK EXAMINER; t.cJ VrMy. J"0" St..H sum baton ,.u. la the foil OHlf. TEUnH. mI.LR rT AMM'M.IY, AUVAMCE. MX fOPIKS FOK TKN HOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, Mlllllll. A l.rMT free ' elare). T,-..,,r liirn Liflit Association," a society iiH-nUsof fn coiI, gae a soiree on Tt.irJav oeluri' ai uir .miic .-s-iiuiy v , h in ltioJy, t" which many of the emi .t liniiurrsU C the country were invite!. i,uitlie Mtew irrt-ived by the Svcirtaiy ol . iJl.-itio:i Irom those who Jwlmeil th in- vt4tiou i- the f.iilownitf from .Mr. Vaa liuren. Ti , i it t jWe ..f the slavriy ijiu-Ntion, thcugh . d vClv c Irarly and prnalvflytatJr LlNUtNM ALU, Dt'C. '.10, 131S. My Jar Air 1 feel myself highly hon- gied. y obliging leflu in h NurilKru Liht Association have, through vw(i, coiuuiiitiicated w me il"ir invitation lor the -1th of January. I have been an attentive observer of the coJf ,lf yur Association, and am certain tl.n...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 January 1849

THE EX A MINE H. K. COSBV. JOHN H. HEVWOOD, XoBLE BL'TLEE, Editors. LOUISVILLE::; ::JAr. 20, 1849. (CT W tend, oroaeiormUy, a number of the Ev.wisr.efe vtrrrnt ich are not McnM, t f 'i Apr, f W fcy a perusal of it, they nay be i- iik V.I re IK hiCTlbt. Hint !. The Cincinnati A tlx says: We learn from brother of lb great sculptor that Hiram Pew en will not retera te th. United States la the prior, has keen staled, tetter to that effect having arrived at hand. The earue letter stale that Mr. Powers La just received from "Cera yews' (we are not sura that this orthography is correct) a Uuck of marble which coat him $1,200, (the block of which Eveaud the Greek Slave were wrought coal only $200 to $'HJ0,) ad we frit some cariosity to know what great work was coming text, but the relative of the artist did not know." H'Mfra Orgaw mmm M wiHW. The two orgaaa of the Sons of Temperance for Ohio and Kentucky have been waited, aud re published with this title. Mr. Underwood, of Louisville, who i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 January 1849

briber to P.,r from i'" "' M .at I h.v uk.n " ",ur" ,B c'BCW ' u.eJ..n-hav. w.lcbed, U."'"'y0 .trrJiul advancement; I h.v. t,J with th. ...IrU and .b- ,o tboae hve writ- fi"J . .liUl "' rould Uv i 1 UZ Ma ia of of rreiMf ul , r'T i-h.t the President la . -i-u011'' " ,J ingenuity, caunot be i. perto-p-. r '' hihst t.'riii.'''' of treating his .object a . .i ic "H"' ,u.i doctr.ns wdl b. mor t if we bar. Imbibed a prd;!sc- l.-'"' 19 persons who considered the .ikS.1 .u." Eut.lo SOU), miuds, . ...anauious term. aud 1 ... t " ' ,.,r itl. Ik. .dee f "li-wan ' JC is . '"' f bich'1 conf,,M' VV "' ir,sideut Shannon soenisto It' 'u 1 ll Israelites . ... in- c.r-uiu . . l" U.-.r code un ' tf"H ... ...ri.ia.ob witb this message. yt"JT.pi f ""y Ui,y " r j,f0Crpt of the christian '''i it M l ,h,MM hi kti !i iuv. ,,00, ",,uUr ' l"d u .it. hipher or fOrfue' U.r i.ve. bJ bem biltef i v U . uch M cou1,1 n"J vM Bu. bn Ihey had po fu,f'iw.u' a Td ij Ui'"1" ,r .. .... ...V IB I !." " " 'lfro", "''0 U K....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 January 1849

, LITERARY EXAMINER. - Oa iMvtagDlr ('try H '. Far well awhile, ys fields sad woods, Garden and cop, and mount and dsll. To leaping streams, and dashing flood. My cherishad home and haunt, far' ell! Nor longer 'mid your dim retreat Mwt I, oblirious, ma and dream, Deep ahadowed from the noontid beat, Or summer ernlDg-'erimon beam. Ooce mora upon tba ware of life, Mr bark, unmoored, moit spread har sail; Sarroundod by the din, th strife. To woo the brcei or breast the gal. Oh, Diaor a nobler balk than miae Drift wrecked open a rocky strand, A nd many a frailer, e'er the brine Sjieed safely to lit looked-for land. One more, commingling with the throng', Mast I the aoia and tumult hear; Evaa while the wild bird' matin song EtUI ring on my delighted ear. Lew weet the measured sounds of art From lip of baman warbler fall; A dearer language to the heart Speak Nature' minstrel than them all. How beautiful the picture drawn By uiu on the tinted sky What shadows oa tbe lake and lawn. In mass ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 January 1849

r "prove all things; hold past that wnicn is good." VOLUME II. LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1849. rilK KXAM1NER; t.the PolOf. ... or. AVM M.IN ADVANCE. pAUL SEYMOUR. ta: Washistos, Jan. 10, 1819. . c,...i Mr. Under wood's reolu- lD LneUUon of Daniel P. Be- loaw n ,,;;,. Committee. with Loiirte r" . n. f1)r .iie colonisation North are nrei w.f e,pe of color, was taken up. appropriate foi 5? Dayton suggested the propriety of (Jod" to say g '1'. . ..f . U refill nr inn u-nirn fl 1 . Dort. JuJiciary and the South ran now cordially unite be alluded to the colonisation society. The question was then taken on Mr Dayton's motion Hi strike out the instruc tions, and it was decided in the affirmative. The question then recurring on the refer ence without instructions Mr. Mason opposed the reference alto. zether, and eave his reasons at length. Mr. Jeffeison Davis referred to the prac lice here of repenting for other people, and aid that of the clap-traps introduced here that in rega...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 January 1849

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, EoiTOBS. LOUISVILLE: :JAN. 27. 1849. O" TT tend, occasionally, m number of tk F.rraaf MriMi who art not tubacriberi,in tk Hop, that by a perutal of it, they may b in- dud t IKMCflW. , nenlai at tbe Oars Heaee. The friends of Constitalioaal Reform and Emancipation, will bold meeting at the Court House on Thursdey evening next,at iy o'clock IT Tbo crowded sUts of our columns com pl us to defer to enr next issue, any comment on tbo communication of oar friend "Mom A 11 or ttloa. A friend sugptts to as the following mode aa oao by which the real sentiment of the peo ple of Ken tacky, upon the aubject of slavery may be ascertained. He woald bare a law passed at the present seasioa of the Legislature, by which the officers of elections, next August, shall be reqalred te pat the queetion to every voter throughout the State: "Are yon in favor f the Indefinite continuance of slavery, or of a aysUsa of gradual emancipation, with a consll ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 January 1849

SHsa . - aLrkad and oporeasive I s!rT . i. believed to bo ot tha north. V !li. .theme, every ow" L' 5 -hatelon God require to do; ourrrwUM wo Mght to treat W ' , A.r -uve aa Moe instructed treat their slaves, n0 M ,r" lbJ",W ' peopl,, nd not Jew..) and it " , "1 proU t. -y that when th. .lav. 'i SUponl master appear at the bar of .7.itr will not be required to answer for l r ia which ho dealt by him I whe Uk. .superficial view of thing, lfulr fsct. ot b,ili0B rut forms, h few exceptions, do it '"- to thoee denominations oi iiiim" '"i.slh. Bible th. mo.t literally . I ... ' v. n. is not satisfied with the doc . !TT are too hard for it. I PhiUntr R;hle: they are , fM ta .how at mother time, that this moder. philanthropy i. alway. lound to " ..;.i;n with a mental condition from M ' .u. Mend of freeJom and good govern 1"C to hope. It is not becsu.e "M Iu" ur conoeiewe. to slp..nd avoid " , uB ty as philanthropists and Christiana, Z ao m lh bo"t,on 01 7 ,u l- ...rt from the rarioo. other...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 January 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. Pari Slturtw. ST JOHH 0. WHITT1I- How thrills once mow the lengthening chain Of memory at the thought of the! . Old hopes which loof ia dost have lain, Old dreams come thronging beck again. And boyhood lire In me; I feel Its glow upon toy cheek. Its fallneos of t jo heart Is mine, Ae when I learned te hesr thoo apeak, Or raised my doabtful eye to thlno. I boar again thy Uv replies, 1 feel thy arm within my owa, And timidly again oprlse The fringed lids of hazel oyao With aoft brown treaaea overblown, And mem oris of tweet aammer eves. Of moonlit wave and willowy way, Of stars and flowers, ssd dewy leaves. And amiloa and tears mors dear than thsy. Era this thy qu:et eye bath smiled, My picture of thy youth to see. When half a woman, half a child. Thy very ardessness beguiled. And folly's self seemed wise in me; I too can smile, when o'er that hour The lights of memory backward stream, Yet feel the while that manhood's power Is vainer than my boyhood's dream. Years ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 February 1849

7J' T t esjaaayaw' i I 1L 111 In 111! ill l Ujffio "PROVE AL.I TIIINCS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD. t TlK EXAMINER; m tkk.k 1ILHH-EB ADVANCE, TX FQ8 DOLLARS. PAUL SKVMOUR. .. n. iWrtrrT o"1 Ctiof Free Til opening of discussion in re '' S ihai there were certim questions W-wZlf Sitated u9 at hlUe' i I T oai t of that great movement in i,J!7u,U l.icb pervade, the whole civ. B i rid broaJ. iwn are demanding 11 from U themselves. Here we are f " S for the slave. We have come, L iile world has come, within a lew ,,J . uew viewof thi. whota 5 .Dreseut moment the demand here . . vm- plainlv manifested itself in l:,0Din.wiil!inafe months past, tha, lh 11 he no furiher extension of the f'1i i.p'n our territory. We be- IreaJT twg. and the victory won. We " Jit wore than we re pice at any 'Tlet tw tl,in our memory. Wheth P I riJit or wrong, the impulse or IrListosay.'wethank God fuve rejoice at it. and we give thanks; but it i4 i neu rit ofuukiudnese to .our fellow- of the Southern Mate. ".....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 February 1849

-t the THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY, JOHN H. HF.YWOOD. HUB US B Iff LEU, Editors. L0U1SVILLE::::::::::::FEB. 3. 1849. CJ Wo tend, occasionally, m number of the ExAMinta to peroont rJU ar. nof euAecrioars, is fk kox, lAaf fry pervoal 0 ft, they may be in duced tatubacrib. A Co) Merc mm he ah Rte.hl Qaartcr. The Mayor, the two Boards of Council, and other influential ciUuns, of Washington City, have petitioned Congress, praying for the abo lition ef the alive trade within the District of Columbia, or for authority to be conferred upon the eity corporation, by which the oflensi ve traf fic may be prevented. Thi ttovemeat, if judiciously directed, must xert a Beneficial influence In allaying the ex citement and reconciling the divisions now dis tracting the public mind. "nneTeUUBnBsManusnBtsneeisnsjue A ew Aaut-eMavery Fare- Us Vliiatan. The Daily Enterprise ia the name of n new tfr eUrted at Wheeling, Ve. ' The editor apeak out aa follows la tit firs number. We hope he wMl be sustained In th...

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