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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1855

EVENING STAR. [rOR THE STAR. THE 80LDIEBS OF 1812. iMting Washington, January 8, 1855. FT A VOX DALE. March on ye are not old to-day! The lofty music's cheering sound The echo of the past hath found? Ye are not old to-day Von banner in your line u old, T13 torn, and failed, pierced by balls: It waves?and all your yovth recalls And so?ye are not old! But yesterday, your st?p was slow, But yesterday, each form was bowed, To day?of well won viciories proud: Ready again for war! Linear among us, meek-eyed Peace ! These who have loved thee, these who gave Home, friends, lost all they smile to save Honor and bless them long! Youth of the only Freedom-land ! Behold! and if the call should be "To arms!" March on ! To Libsrtt Your Sires have shown the way; Regularity in Feeding Animals.?It is very desirable, both for the thrift of the animals and the orderly progress of the labors of the farm, that all domestic animals, as far as possible, bo fed, wa tered, <fcc., at the same hour and min...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1855

F : ? |TM I' !?' V 1>]x! \(; KTA H f%:LlSlIF,T;> EVERY AFTERNOON, (?IUWPT SpiCBAT,) aj it St it hitildi^es* corn** r*7if3i/l%mnim I ,#? t?? * I. I. ? 4' ?1 -V (IOPK, Wtii '?? -? -r-.! m? rjtrtcrilH ;? u. ?fr?- -nc -???;' Wa<S i '. ftwii, Alprnndrfr n ?'ifn;>i>- rt?i I'liila I *, i. - !\ A SO A QrARTUfl I 'RNTr*, j?ja Vr rr.- -?U ... ? A*r n?s. To mail oibwribera tb? **np;i'm ir;re i? THRRB DOI.LAR8 ANI? IFrVrKVrSn v<%r in aduano., TWO DOL ?,AK-? Ow SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOL.I.AH 'or I'MtlRB MONTHS. (iy-Smait conn om rum. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1855. NO. 632. UNDERTAKERS, &c. OABINffT MAKER & UNDERTAKER. rlS anlerjign^d would reep?ctfally inform his t lends, acquaintances, and th* public trenerally that be fc'tfl! ecufrcee to execute all ordert is bis Ha* of boric**? 1 ti :h? beat Winerand at the abort tti notion. R? PAIRI SO neatly and promptly executed. WJSKRALS attended to at M ?> tke ahort<wt notice, ar.d in the best ^Punner...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: THUBSDAT APTKKJIOON January 11 JOB PRINTING. Our friend, will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Prixtiho, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable term*. from Card* up to Book 1 rinting. W e are now ready to serve all, at a momenta warning ""?? ?? mmm i SPIRIT OF THIS HORNING PRESS, 'lhe Umou advocate* the claim now before Congress known a? "the General Armstrong case"?quotes Webster and Everett against Know NotbiBgism. and announces the Kinney Central American Expedition is about sailing the first ship load from Baltimore on orabont the - >th instint, a second frjm Mobile, and a third frcm tbe Braios Sactiago, a few days later, and Col. Kinney himself, either from New York or Philadelphia, with a large num ber of colonist in a first class steamer about the 1st proximo, If one ;uitable can be pur chased. The lamt paper also contends that abolitionism is the Lack bono of Know Notb ingism in an argument to prove t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1855

Evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. S?Tfor till? 0rpblnJ *Dd "??<?'? "How oft, heart >ick Hn.l *ore, a,*. WPr-' n?orr, A little chi'd." llow sweet in the recollections of child ? n ,u lbat fond deceiver," would l?*r h^!i $P7^0UT' " ,houSb ?o sob had ever heaved the bosom, no tear ... joon ? AW" h*] b.th?d ih. eKv the domestic hearth, the father'* ?.? krw.. th. mother's ?otl? pT.v.V.lT. ' kiM. ti>. pDrvh'r' .?p!;,t,ng SSTtad ^'nli L " li^ed ot.r fh ^ g?De' a0d W? ha<* JU't lived over those aavs again. But what is here to abed one bright ray over the saddened E??w Srphin Child ' Ciirea *nd ?* f?e WOe9 haV0 filled aP th?ir Lnd KF*?.. 1'rSSV lhe WOfId b??8e!ess txolzul 8?rT0W' WoU maJ *qu . ... . ? "\o mother's care, ? iurideu my infant innocence with prayer;" nor even an humble sfor.e to mark the snot where they have laid her. 1 i (\ parity, sympathy, piety! j3 there one claim in all the train of human ills mere ten der, more powerful, or more urgent' uThe poor ye have always...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 January 1855

KVFNTNG STAR, BEAUTIFUL SUPERSTITION. Near the mountain of Serendib, in the Islarid of Ceylon, anciently, there ojew a cypress, one leaf of which fell off in a hundirl years. Whoever could procure and eat this leaf, immediately experienced rejuvenescence, and became again youthful.?Jln rient Superstition*. ' ? 'Twas the calm hour of eve, and o'er the Ocean Iste The crimson cloud* were fading gorgeously And th' hinh'd earth teem'd all-entranced, the while The "incense-wind" slept listless o'er the sea : No truant love-breath stole through clustering leaves Enwrapt and motionless, the sleeping flower* Awaited silently the evening breeze, Which erst had lull'd them in their fadeless bowers. And silence reigned, as if a spirit's wing Had shadowed cich lone Isle and living thing. It comes!?the breath of tie Omnipotent! the leaves Are stirring now, with slow and solemn sound Like riewiess wings?the while some angel grieves O'er mortals in their fever-dreams?hopes found, But t? be blighted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 January 1855

, TH V KVKMNtt STAR PU^LfWTT TTRRT AfTUItNOOII, {now* sujtdatJ At ib* &t*-r Hn\fdinps. eorrur Pmnrylvmnts ntk stffitl, n? WALI.ACH A HOPE, W.H !??? M^vr^toinitMrilwr* in th?- cities of Wash iniun.H^inr^*!). Alexandria, B iliimuri and Phila .leii.hU, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pajm ble ??f-k'v'<> if?i- Af-am. To mail subscribers tb? ?iitwni?;w?n .?<??? i? THREE DOLLARS AND P1FTY CRWTH i year ia mtaw, TWO DOL LARS for SIX JIOVTHS, and OWE DOH.AR tor TIIHES MONTHS. {Jp-SmoLa conn on oa?r. ? * VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, IS55. NO. 633. THE WEEKLY STAR. *?*>?, pti tftftM.. * V* CilDl. ? a ? ee a ????? ??????????? ^ ? * . ???? -? ? ? ^ ? a a a ? H ^ lOwmnn a a a a a eeaaeaa ??h? ? ??a a a? IS 99" Citt, tvvafttaSLf ia &?t&icb. ?P* 8tn?te copies (la wrappers) caa ba ptocan .1 ? tbe counter, lmaad lately after Ike law ot tbe paper. Price?Taaai cum. PomiAmu wbo act as afrnu will h? *lo?? ? contusion or twenty m mi UNDERTAKERS n a nm nnio I UABTNRT M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 January 1855

?? , sITlNQTOf* CITY; FRIDAY AFTERNOON January 12 JOB PRIXTIMJ. ? Oar friends will find as prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Printing, with neatne?s and dispatch on very reasonable term?, from Cards ap to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning. A# nts for the Evening Star oat of Wm1>. ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Slur, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butlrb, Wo. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hknry Taylor, Sun Iron Bnildings. Harper's Perry, by Archibald Kitxitiller. Alexandria. Va., by W* P. Cars*. No. 60 Ki og street, corner oJ Fairfax Pxederickiburg V. by w. M. Mills Charlottsville, Va , Robert IIostkan Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owen*, No i orn ? ,H">*b street. 70, Orange Court House, Va , D. H Van Pett Culpepper Court House .Va., J. B Gobrei l Uordonsrille, Va., a. A. Miller. Staunton, Va., Thos. U Greshah. SPIRIT OF THE MOiiN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 January 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CoMPLIHEHTAEY SCPPML AND BALL AT THE nifht we emended the com plimectary ball ana sapper given to the lady at the National tioVel bj the proprie^r It was indeed a brilliant affair, and in lookin ? ' at our book of poetical quotations, we ean find no verse containing ideas or language lovely enough to embellish an aocount of u loathful Congressmen and venerable Sena fWW#u? ?r*> u Ter* the beauty and elite ? Kton- " Bright gas and beauty's splendid rays Mt the ball room in a blase " Among the fair ones present, who by their grace and beauty attracted much attention wsre Miss F , of this city, Hen Mrs. Mel* of California, Hon. Mrs B , of M JShSSi' and the Iovelv daughter rvf th. ?, . * from of.J? Ho? * of Representatives was there surrounded a* usual bv her many admiring friends *Joues, ?f Tennessee, who was master or wemonies, aoquitted himself with a sprigbt liness and grace that would have done credit moil youthful gallant of the day. The supper ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 January 1855

EVENING STAR. BALTIMORE CO&SSSPOVDEKCX. (,'rui and Mario Concert?Some D it satis faction?Tv>o Weddings?Business ?/tfo Baltimore and Ohio Railroad?High Con stable?The Rejected Nominations?The City Council Compromite?Ringleaders in Trouble?Martin, the Mail Robber? Business?Stocis. fyc. Baltimore, January 10, 1855. I attended the concert given last night at the New Assembly Rooms bj Grin and Mario. The hall wu well filled with a highly select and fashionable audience, bnt there wu still room enongh left for probably two hundred and fifty more three dollar teats. It was a superb entertainment. Grisi is the remnant of a splendid artist, bnt she is oat of plaoe in concerts. She cannot sing with Alboni, and Sontag far outstripped her. Indeed, I hare listened with njoro pleasing emotions to the Casta Diva of Hose DeVries or Bono. Mario is superb?the best tenor I ever heard; bnt he, too, shows and sings betteT in opera. On the whole, it was a fine concert, but less enthusi astic than ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 January 1855

r THE EVENING STAR POTtt^OSD EVKRT APTBtROOH, (lioirt SUNT)IT,) At th* Star Buii4ing.tt earner FtMitylvmnui rnvtmne and Ef*vtilk street, Hi WA(.l,i?n * HOPE,. WiM flF?erir *1 10 ?nb?eribcrt ia the citiea of rt'uh in{toa, Cporjfuiown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at 31X AMD A QUART1R ORNT8, paya ble weekly to the Af r.tn. To mail rabacribera the ?Uh^rrlptiou price is TIIRFE DOLLAR8 AND FIFTY CENTS a year ia alvanee, TWO DOL LARS Cur 81X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for TUKBR MONTHS. C9-Siaeu conn om cut , ? THE WEEKLY STAR v r 4? IVenty IS <? W~ Cam, tannuLi ia >?? Unffle coptaa fta Wrappor?> caa be pwewi a the counter, iimadHHy after ibe lmuc at iba ;vaper. Price?T?aa Cajrr?. PotTMArraaa who act a# a?anta will be alow# a commission of twenty per cent. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1855 UNDERTAKERS CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. milR uniarsigned would respectfully inform hi* X friflnds, acquaintances, and the public generally that he still continue to execu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 January 1855

K\ KNING .ST A JR. vv \ -U lis TON PIT Y: Saturday aftbr- ooy Jaaiary 13. SFIuil OF TffX MjBHIKe?p*LS8 The Union, to dav, diseasing political char acter, contends ? v Know Nothlngism wen tielly destroys k ,n all who* fill into the or ganisation. The Iiite'ligiveer says: * ''We aoj*io two of the resolution! on the sebjeo oi slavery whieh were adopted bj the Democratic State Convention of Ohio, held at Columbus on the 8th instant. The first of them is explicit enough, and the seoond has an air of frankness and fairness; but the read er is not eclighteaed as to the 'power' which the Democracy of Ohio 'feel it to be their dutj to use te prevent tho increase of slavery and ?to mitigate and finally eradicate the evil.' If each State has the right to adopt and modify its own municipal laws,' by what authority will the people of Ohio exert themselves in any manner in reference to the levil V Re*otv$/i, That the people of Ohio now, as they have always done, look upon slavery as an evil, and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 January 1855

^EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. T?k Scott Goakos.?Agreeable to our an nouncement of yesterday, the members of this excellent corps met at their armory to make arrangements te pay their respeota to the great nero of the age, General Scott About 5 o'clock, they made their appearance in our ' peblic streets, and were followed by a large coaoourse of people to the house of the Hon. Mr. Preston, of Kentucky, the great military chieftain being the host of that gentleman. On arriving there, the company was drawn up in front of the dwelling, whon the great Gen eral immediately made his appearance. The Captain having presented himself to him, the General addressed the youthful oorps in a few words, expressed himnelf highly pleased with their military appearance, and his regret at not being able to invite them in, as he was but the guest of the honorablo gentleman where he was staying, and who had invited this day ? large party to dinner, which included a Urge number of ladies, otherwise h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 January 1855

&v ?- NINO STAR. THI POOB. BT CORNW.1 A *? JORDAN. Have pity nn t]iem. for their days Are eheerfet*. e? -'-1 and drear, And niaht. unwelcorned, coraes 10 them Willi many ? grief-born tear. The scanty meal, the slender fire? Tired nature's unattuined desire; Alas:-we know not half the care The poor, the very poor must hear. i?'pcak kindly to them?do not chidc, E'en though by win and shame} Their path." aie dark ued thus, yet oh, I 1 pity do not blame. Hi? searching eye, who may endure, T? whom the purest are not pure; 'Tis His alone te judge, not we, Poor heritors of misery. Deal gently withtbsm-^-dark despair Hath filled then hearts with pain; Perchance a word may wake the chords Of slumbering joy again; Oh, to their gall-cup add not more; Be kind, be soothing to the poor, For whatsoe'er their sins may be, They still should claim our sympathy. Give freely to them, while thou hast; In mercy don't delay? WIuIh Fortune smiles turn not thy face From helpless want away. Thy prompt as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 January 1855

THK "VISING ST A R f'RUSK. 11 KVHRV aIH'ERNOON, , ' *rorrr wrnnAT,) At the S'\~ < . .yt, wnifr f'tnnfylvmrum ?ir? i/v/ H 'rinlh rt? V ? f.MI ff % n?PH, iV''l h<- ic in 'i- * i?"' W.hIi 1*11, V"t*n<tria. B :!unAr??aorf rtV!a dH.M*. . *?\ ft*L? A ^UART*R CENTS, pata t>if ?p...i-m (miii. To mail aubacrlben the ki uncf i< THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY I-RVTH I in advance, TWO DOL HRf Jin fiX WONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR :<* ?* H " R WONTH3 conn on Ctirr. ll1111H ? 111 asm VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1855. NO. 635. minTOT ft it 1 THEWERK1.Y STAR. TUiUMMM f?ity?4 l?*ii H a graatar tumij t l?uiHi| r*?4te| ifcta W fbaad la aav atiai?to paMtafeed ?* Sava<J?f 8rers-~ Tweni, 4u Cft?, iiruuau ib uruck. "* afc*'e "f1"* (ta wrappers) c?i be prorirr<i a tl?e collator, immxltaiaiy tft*? u?. immt <>i i>,? paper. Price?Taut cam. PurTHA?Taaft woii act a* agitiU wiu be afc? v.? a CommiMtoti of twenty per c?*ni. unu du? i n rvuv3, OH CABINET MAKBRlbUNBERTAKEB. THl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 January 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON- TT V : MONDAY AFTEH^OON ..January 15 SPlHl'f OF XH? Ai PRESS The Intelligencer comes to us this mora in* considerably enlarged in nt9t and M fnU usual of standard literary, scientific and news article' The editor make, the enlargement bis sheet the occasion of presenting his readers with an agreeable salutatory, in the course^ which he says: cer T.frlhfiS?Htr* ?f the Na,i?n?l Intelligea 2d2 thf 11 aavthiD^-18 necessary to be bei occasion. They are, ever hare ^ will be Constitutional Ad Unsarvati To; and we can do no better than to re iera e the principles announced to our read-1 ?rs long ago, in which revolving years have made no change We hold, then, the true ob jects of a just administration of this govern ment to be, to cheri. h peace and frieudly in-1 tercouree with all foreign nations having cor respondent dispositions ; to scrupulously avoid I all interference with the domestic or-internal I affairs of other nation*; tm maintain sincere neutrality tow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 January 1855

EVENING STAR WASRIN'iTn.*' IT Y : MONDAY APTER^OON ..January 15 SPIRIT OF THE M^aMNQ PRESS. The Intelligencer comes to us this morning considerably enlarged in site, and as full at usual of standard literary, scientific and news articles. The editor makes the enlargement of his sheet the occasion of presenting his readers with an agreeable salutatory, in the coursewhich he says: " Of the polities of the National Intellicea c?'Tery 'f anything. is necessary to be said on thu occasion. They are, ever hwe been, and ever will be Constitutional nd Conservative; and we can do no better than to reiterate the principles announced to our read ers long ago, in which revolving years have made no change W e hold, then, the true ob jects of a just administration of this govern ment to be, to cherish peaee and friendly in tercourse wiih all foreign nations having cor respondent dispositions ; to scrupulously avoid all interference with the domestic or-interna! affairs of oiher nations; to. mainta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 January 1855

EVENING STAR local intelligence. Vegetation?A lecture delivered at the Smithsoniai Institution. on Friday evening, by Professor Asa Gray, of Harvard Universi ty.?Vegetation oonsists of an axis, growing in opposite direction!); all which grow* down wards belongs to the roots, while all that part that ascends belongs to the stem. The stem consists of a succession of joints, one growing from the summit of the other, the top joint bearing frem its apex a leaf or pair of leaves, from the axil of which springs a bud which may, if cot pulled, produce a branch. Throughout all vegetation these two forms are alone formed, and one of these forms inva riably occurs, though they may ba disguised so as to deceive those who do not search with care The subterranean forms of the stem are most disgaiaed. Otten branches start beneath the surfaoe. run horizontally for a sheet dis tance. and then reappear. W ni!e under ground they lose their green color, and bear no real leaves, but in place of 'hem bud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 January 1855

THE TOSSFV LAND .. .. vy V' b. *%r>moH. There is ariveri til the stream of Life Poor mariners apon it* breast up we? Which empties all its tide and strife Into a mystio I""" ' Tim mysue Ben,.that yawning 8ea-is Deatli! It breaks fnreret On ail unknown strand! CMust walked its waters?who then saith * i f'?rVt* tforesn Latft Tek Russian View.?The St. Peten burg Cpurt Journal has a bitter article against those; who persist in vilifying and misep resenting the intentions of Russia. The Following is an extract: RuSsiA raised her voice in the political world entirely in a religoua, moral and philanthropic sense, when she reminded the Porte of earlier treaties, whereby the latter was bound to propect the Christian population of the Turkish empire, and especially those of the orthodox profes sion of ?aith. Revertheless, Turkey acted in violation of all treaties purchased with Russian blood, and in its breach of faith oppressed all orthodox Christians. Con science and sound reason induced...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 January 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED KYERY AFTERNOON, (ixom tOXPAT,) At ih4 Sior Buildings, earner /VanxyfoMM ?mM and EUvtntk ttrett, By WlLLACfl * HOPI, WUI %* wrrrd in nitocriltere la Uie elites at Wnl> taffm. O-orf* r>wn, Alexandria, Baltim-rp and Pfeflt 4?lpt?u, a; SIX AND A QU\RTRR CENTS, pay* H? vrr -lily io the Apo'f. Tn nmil f>nb?criben thi? ?nh^npn >n nrice is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY t!E*T8 a rrir in ndvanw, TWO DOL LARS ft* MIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for TM3ES MONTHS. Oy-SiKBii conn on Ccvr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, 1). C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1855. NO. 636. ?7" C*aa, mv*aiABLT m 4?**i?ca, */" coplaa (In cu fcr pnicamd a the counter, unmMwvlr *fWr th?- mwu* ?( iha puprr. Price?the*i etirra. Porr?*nm who net *i !v*w>u will b? aftrwa ? comminiini) <?f tarrntjr jv r nt. UND&KTAKER8, to. CABIN 1ST MAKER k UNDERTAKER. TIIW would reepectftelly Inform his 'riends. acquaintances, And the public generally that he still continues to execute all order* in bit Una of bniinaaa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 January 1855

H: v KN'ING STAR. V? Ai'il ; iON PITY: TUK8DAI EaWOOIC ..Jannary 18. SPIRIT Of MORHnnTpRESS. The hue!- tar, regarding the interpel lations that < ecurred on the l#th ^t, in the anish Cor.^iiaeni Cortex, as proof that all our elfcr to acquire Ctfba by purchase, will nioet r insistent and emphatio rejection, argues to rLow the folly of efforts on our part in con nection with the future of the Ialand, other than to insure that it shall not heoome the prop* ty of any other European nation. The ed tor compliment* the present Administration ior the steadiness and success with which it has cct its face against filliburtering for the Island -I he L'mon comments on the tendency of I-arsons engaged in American politics to slan der distinguished publio men, qaoting passages in Marshall's Life of Washington, and letters irom the pea of Washington himself to shew that the father of his oountry was assailed pretty much as the public men of these times ?re. The Union is also indignant against t...

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