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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

The Pledge. \- ' .._. .._..»rMr..ipB»_«iBPOKT.. -_....-. ¦ : T'iou sparkling bowl!.—thou sparkling bowl! ThoughJips-oF bards thy brim-may press, And eyes of beauty o'er thee roll; 2_. And song and dance thy power confess,. I will not touch thee, for there clings, A scorpion to tby.side.-tliat stings!' Thou crystal glass!.like Eden's tree, . Thy melted ruby temptsthe eye. Arid, as from that," therefcorriesfrnm thee The voice, •Tbou slialt nbrsnrely die.' t dare not lift thy liquid gem, A snake is twisted round thystem! Thou liquid fire! like that which glowed, ~ ForPaul upon Melita's shore, Tl>ou'st,been upon my guest bestowed; But tliou slialt warm my house no more, For wheresoe'er thy radiance falls, Form from thy heart a viper crawls. i What, though of gold the goblet'be, Emboss'd with branches ol the vine; Beneath whose biirnish'd leaves we see, —Suclt-clusters as-pour'd out the wine?- ' Among those leaves an adder hangs, I /ear him: for I've felt his fangs. The ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

=ij_JPneTorn Sleeveir MilSCEMjMjJIJViLOUS. / UT-MAR* ANN DODD./ "V 7 ?Irene, rriy daughter! I i)rh astonished to see even youV carelesSyas you ^ arev sitting at the'piano in such' /disarra£.-" 1 beg ^^twUMo^^.U)a^3^esl>4(Fe:<Si*! , for!-_a more seemly haj}iliment.* /-'^ 'O, motliervda«rriot speak to me, until I haVe cpnquefediliis difficult piece of rnusic,' replied Irene; then, .'after a f&w nionaejl,is silence, she turned round-.with,a triumphartt smile and added, 'There!. I "have .itperfect • now, Mry; Cooper said it would, require, three hours practice but I have" le'arhed it in oiie? What, were-you paying, mother, about my torn sleeve? I couglit it on tHKdoor knob, and a sad rent it made- trulyiK-bu\ it is not worth.while to" change it now, fpr-I am going out after dinner, and cannot be at the trouble of dressing twice.'. l-"^lU.Tis.'.unladjlilTe., Irene, for yjp. urto;appear before your-father and-.brothers in suL'h a dress, which, besides being'r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

Pcausy 1 vania itcporter and ;! ^SiateJ^uriiaL^^^.^ ^;_;: /* published at.'JIarriiburg, twice a- week during the 'session- of the Legislature, r ^ and once a week durmg'1/ui recess,... The -Iteporter has been, ami will continue to be, a firm and unwavering laborer in tbe c;iuHe . of Uemocracy i^raii advocate of .tlie. principjles of tlie Adiptnistratio'n of'"Hve'Ueneriil Goveinnieii't—an untiring opponent of the'paity wliicli rules in tlie. Executive. Department of.the State, and which has trampled upon the li ^ltls nnd' wanton ly disregarded the will of the People of Pennsylvania. ' •'.... i ¦ . As the .ensuing session will be one of more than ordinary importance, tile proprietor litis mide such arrangements as-will'enable him to , .give full snd satisfactory reports of the proceedings of. the Legislature,', and toirealize the expectations, of those who may patronize the Ke-... porter Rs.a vehicle of Legislative information. TlieJei-mS of the Reporter and Journal, are,s" .J.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

TsaasH'gaogBRiBSy-¦ • —T»tTCTS, -<sng. ". rTHHE subscriber has, jiisi opened a lot of ^TFreSirQrnceiies, Fiuits, t^c. which he jwjll sell at a low profit viz: ~K!aiikTri's tieSrYoUifg"HyTflin" Teai ^.""-'""^^"'" Java Coffee, 20 years old. Kio Coffee, prime strong-scented, and free from dirt and stones. Loaf, Lump, and Brown Sugars. Steam Sugar.House.Molasses. London Bot'tleri Mustard.', ! Bottled Cayenne Pepper. Cinnamon, ground and nngrntind. Ground NjiIs, Brazil Nuts, English W,al--' nuts, Soft and Paper Shell Almonds, ' KaLsins, ticc • . ""*" , Old London, Pale Pih' et, Champagne and "-•- Cognac Brandies. .« Holland .Gin,'Jamaica and Boston Rum. .. Choice Madeira, Fair do., L. P. TeneiifTe; Sicily Madeira ^ Lisbon, Port, Fine ;; and Qommon,,. and...Sweet _.Malaga Wines. Two"Settsof Beautiful China, one 72j and one 46 pjeces. , . ' , ,/"'-'•' Large! Liyerpojol Bbwjs, and a General As"~J-sbitmer(t-of Ch"lna,-LiverpooL8c com-- mon.Ware,, ' CbnnecticutMess Shad, 13J cents ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

g-ft^'ggUXl U UJf~.~ - " Wilh sweetest flowers enri'ch'd," "Froiiivarious gardens-cull'd with care;!',

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

.DlVIfi>K:\D. ,r Caiu.isi.K-Bank>-Nov..7. 1857r—The Board of Directorsof .this Institution have to-day declared a dividend.of 3J per __ cent. f.ir the lyst six months, on. the capital k- ' stock, paid in; . The same will be payable to the stockholders or. their legal representatives on braftci- the 17th instant. VV. S. COBEANi Cashier. Nov. 14, 1837.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

^ PROPERTY FOR SAIiE •¦ ^¦ '¦¦'¦'. "; V.' OB BKIItTk':.,,-.;•.:,.: ¦ ; ' /JTnHE ,w<> s,ory Brick House anil Lot situate in South Hanover street, adjoining the Se--..^^ LjL bond Presbyterian 'Cliurelirftrpre-^Bawnn^fientoccuniedby the subscriber, si WtiilM for sale—and if not sold by the mid-, JHHIIHjtile of, December- next, it will then 6?|?!5*aV7i l'h«t prpperiy is in good order and liis a cistern and pump at the -kitchen door, to -Vether with'oiher convenient impriiiverijeh\!!. :..' „ -v ALSO—For Rent, several Houses and Lots in -Ppmfret street, the property of Bridget Carney's heirs.- ".. -.:.. * . ' -; -".- 1- " •¦ - -;:, ;,;?«. term., &c. ?PP|y »• . ^ fc^ ¦ CsrliiiciNov. 13,183^;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

JEstale of IJqrknes3*fid<tms,.deceased. t~^~W^^^f^~^~~~ t ^ etters! of "auTnTnislration upon the estatejof ^ Har^ness pennsboro' township, Cumberland county, deceased, have.issued indue,Lform'.6f law to the .Subscriber residing in said township, Air;-persons having! claims against said estate \^ I present them, and those indebted will make payment to" . t - ISAAC ADAMS, ' ¦ Nov: 6,1837.—6,w.: .SdBaniatrator

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

ITIillincry & Jfl.tntua illakiu^. QTRHE Subscriber takjjLlhiamelhod-of.Inforin-— <UL Ing ihe Cjtizens o£Carlis|e andjts vicinity, — ¦— .--~i-ijr7- that she-has commenceil tlie ^^£-aw above-named business in all JF ct^afe -' -its various brandnes in Poni-: «BpP^P^^^^ fret street, a few doors East «JpF!|f',lrtw^gEiP'^ °f ,n' Second Presbyterian , ^jj^^gWil**^. Church, where she is ready ! a^Tl. . '°! refeive,.*!! those wlfb may 7t. —-r^'SC. favor her with their custom. ,- She hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a' liberal share of patronage, and pledges 7 herself that her work shall be done in a iieat and substantial manner. She also keeps "on hand, Dress Caps, Bonnets, &c. E. O'DONELL. - N. B.-rFashions wiil.be. received regularly . "every season. " ' /, '•.. -"" E. O'D. Carlisle, November 64-1837. ?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

UECrISTI<iK'S NOTICE: ' ..Recist'eh's Office, \ /! Carlisle. Nov. I 1,1837.5 To-all 'Legatees, Creditors, ahd all other persons concerned, that Ihe following accounts haveibeen"filed in this Office for examination, by the' accountants, therein named, and will be presented to ihe Orphans' tCoiirf of ^Ciimberlahd cotintycfor confirmayon aiid allowance, on Tuesday the 12th day of Pecember next, lb wil: 1. The Administration account of Da vid VV. McCulloch, Administrator of Jort^. athan- Huston, deceased. 2. The Administration account of Rudolph Krysher, Esq., Administrator of Peter Lead, deceased. '-. ;r " 3. Ther Adniinistrafion account of Jas McElhinney, Administrator of John Fenton, deceased.. -,-;'- .--. _,...^i..._. 4. .The Administration account of Abraham He'l'rick, one of the Executors al John Heirick, deceased. • 5. The supplemental and- final Administration account of Christian StaymaTrr Administrator'"with the will annexed" of Thomas Ftsher, ~ deceased. - "~~"=~-~...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

¦ UoI»iii!!i»ii,<!t Old I<]§tnbli8hcd h . Lottkiiy Sc Exchange (Office, Jt ~7^"r~~~~m~'BaUimdrfr-$^^ SPLENDID LOTTEKIeS ' FOIt NDVEM liElt.—(>id>:is- from all parts oftjidjJUnit.ee atutts respectfully solicited. ¦ ^-- **t&i- "¦ The most Splediit Ycjr~ .'_._. 50,000—20,0(|o—10,000^!!*^", ;r GOAND CUMSOIMATED L0T.TEIIY, — .--..' Class a. To be drawn at Wilmington', Del., »n &3.T.UR-. DAY, Nov. 18, 1837. '. ^ Mtisr sn.KMiiii) ruizEi. I prize of 50,000 1 !* do 20,000 1 do —^-- • -! 10,000 - 1 do ' .y< 7,500 J- 1 do ""-). " 6,040 -"-2_..do. ___• " ^ _2,500 $ do ~ "" " 2,00G 5 do ,. .-¦ >i,500 : :io—(Itr- -.-~.~——— _ - -1,250 20 . do -1- "-,. ' :.. 1,0.00 30 do ' 750 30 do ' - 500 60' " do 300 Ue.-idtf* many of $251—200—l£0;.hc^ Tickets S1U—U-dves ^5—Quarter-. $2,50. Ccrtilicilu of packages ol 25 whole tickets $140 Jlu du ,- 2t half !do „.. „70 !)•<-' thi J2.) quarter do o5 (jCJ-Dl-ders for tickets and shares or certificat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

;.' FORgMf^/ The subscribers offer for saliejjhe'wftewlafi described ,. \ . / : '•; -J House aud Xot or Groand^ situated on'Ihe north side of Loulhef Street, In the borqugh of Cai lisle, nearly opposite the College—bour.ded on the West by Dlcklnstin College lot, on the East by the Widow Halbjert'a lot, containing 60 feet -.Front; 'ond 240 feet in denlh.-^- ^EstSk. ""- 'bn"<lln.!s are a Stone'House, jSBfWjl* rVorttin'K'on* .Loiither.slreet,.wiih.a mSa ill j£ Bl ick back building and stable. The '¦aBHp'<'' >s hi a good state of iinp'rove-- -iiient Personai wishing to purchase are invited to call and examine the premises.iThe terms will be made kuown by; - •-.. .'-•- . ...'.¦\\-:^ .iHenrietta CpUishaw. Nov. 6. ; Jghrr JJt^on. .'• ':

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

MOUNT ATLAS ON FIRE ;The country about Bona in Africa; was lately .set onfire by the Kabylcs, partly to-fertilize the soil, and partly to pt'pvide.fheinselves with a stock of coal and dry wood". A lefter from Bona, of the first of September.—describes—the co'njagration.. The French armyVjyvas obliged to remove its positions to prevent the destruction of its stores and ammunition. Then followed a scene which is thus described : " b ortuna^ely, at about C o'clock the ^r.°?P^c^?MW-'*d.-a_stro!ng -North west wirid'^pfuTigTjp^by whicIi^e^firT^vlis driven back to,t(.e hills: Witfiout this providential'interposition all efforts to arrest the blazing torrent would have been, in .vain; ahd_this.calamity_ alone, byjdestroying a great part of the materials for the expeditiotvogainstConstantina, would probably have rendered that expedition _ impossible for- the present year. .''. -'-- --The conflagration now rolling-toward the mountains,, threatened the huts of the Kabyles. With our tel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

Old J1lass€tchmelt8 Forevers ... Tory ism.b.i.te?/\hedust7iu"Ma^sachliselts. Loco Fd.coism does hot hold, anin'chof her territory from the rocjt of Plymouth to the hills of Berkshirei--The Bay State is now as ever—in vincible. v She stands as firmly as she stood ih '78. Ilei children are still worlhy of the ancestry-whom the love-ofvreligious liberty drove to. the'refugoof a wilderness—and worthy of the soil where the love of civil liberty kindled the first:be/acon fires of the revolution. We cannot but feel proud that Neiv York has so proudly vindicated- her claim to a sisterhood with this proud old State—thistnie Dejrioj^a£^s£fe|3fS3J lie—if there_jMJeia6ttf?r^nnrieon!;ihe face g£g£i& fSP%*Sf\:h,- where' the principles "of rational, constitutional freedom are bettef-understodd-and-carrieil-intoiMjiore liberal practice than they''hjiviP^^^r been iefore,. or elsewhere, since tlie dawn of time. I In the city-of Boston, the5 Whigs have for the first time, carried every...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

i-EDl rORlCORIiESPONDENClSr ; ' ¦ ..-'¦"!-."Njfcw, Jobk, Nov. 16. _ flidssachuSseltsto the United Slates, arid the officers of the General Government, Greeting >—The Eastern waters last eveninpj, after the departure of the express mail for the South, wafted to our shores the'most welcome newS-fromX_H'tI "Ma'asacliussetts—the bndol-Lexington. Bunker Itill.~Coricord, Cambiidge, and Plymouth t—the'home of the Adamses, qf Warren and Hancock. The Boston boys, and the sons of the Pilnrimsi and the sons ofh-be Fathers' o.l*lhe Revoltftion, bavgriU^jal? ed, gloriously_^^r^^siJ^ESl5i ^^^Tor«') BM^fy^g^muinet-N^iv Jersey, Ten.. flcssee, North ('arolimt, Georgia; an A^ the redtemed and patiiotic West. The Whig son and the Whig stars are everywherein the ascendant,, from Matne toGeoigta.-r-The. whole sky above us, and the earth upon "which we tread, is .bow- tmblaz'one'd with signs.of victory. The song of hundreds of thousands of. our lello'w citizens seems to be like that which ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

NEXT PRESIDENT—NEXT jj— COVER NORr"— '_ One soul-*one impulse-appears to actuate the Democratic Republican parly throughout the S.ate, upon the questions of who shall be the Presidential arftl Gubernatorial candidates.— WARRlSQN-and RITNER-'the East cries"aloiitl^^H"ARRTSON~nmrRTTNER the West responds jn thundering peals—and the North and the South join in the-shout, and the echo of IMRISON and iflTNER is heard reverbering,along the mountains and in the .valleys, of the old Key Stone Slate.—T-he-people-delighttohonoar: _thoseJV±oUiay-ie:showh^lhefflWvesiPjrtfi ^ ful servants—they glory in being the re-.warders1 of merit and lworth,and- are ever prompt-to-awartf.'lhe, meed of. deserved commendation tj|ihose~of her sons who reflejef honoarJupon their country,. The P/rMS^-th"atruherring index"of^public opinion—has with ^ singular unanimity, run up the flag of the Democratic Republican,party, with the namWof j HJIRRISOMand RITNEIi^rscribed 1 thereon in bold-characters: The peos-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

^JrX-~--.[l?J-om tlie.Phil.-8er.t;ne| &.,,eralj;- j;^-PcMM!sylvaiiialEl^tioiuS"TTr T&^^!^?fjfis^mPMM '\ 83.6-Ortrf '37. •*•'¦¦"•-"...- 'OPPIciAL^lETUnNS; . Vyev jiave takeh' considerable trouble, and care in obtaining the official returns of votes for members of. the. Assembly, in 1836 and 1837, and the highest, candidates on each ticket hay'ebeeji invariably and impartially .-taken; In.a few counties—Venango, Palter, JwdLo&j^g two other small cotyujygggs^nl^ve hot •>een^Me^^_?f©cff^iFAssemhly vote jfjSSfHEfS^jfnd have substituted theCongressional vote which w^s? pdfl«d at the same timcu in Armstrong, Tioga and Warren, no oppositiohlwas made to the. Loco Foco ticket, although the Loco Foco papers of lhis-city«very modest!^ appropriated tlie 955 votes tli^oVn in Armstrori-g,, 1234 vdtfes in Tioga, and [ 800 lh VVarvenX^Itf~Arm"srrong'andT^ oga, tljesrame candidates were yotad for by both parlies. >r^, -'¦''¦' The Whtgsj)f'i5ehnsylvania ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

. - ' a ¦ . Oorrespondon?e of the Inquirer &Conrlo> .l^.-.„::...__--..^ ^t^yc.^Trc jN^.:,--^--- ,—— Convention JProccedinsrs. ¦ -- ¦¦ - ' .- ¦ '- ' 1 • ¦ - ¦ * ^s=^^~^[f^c t^the^dildrrd^d-Z ^^ - J "'¦ - 1-' «»- ,.__ .. .^. _ .--HAnaisjiu'Roj.Noy.: 10, 1837. . -'.. Mr.-Keim- offered a resolution calling . Vipou ihe Auditor General* to furnish the ; conveniionLwil hiar-ebpy-of- the-last- statelnents^of the affairs, of the banks of this . Commonwealth. J .aid on the table'.. The order of the day, the consideration .of the report of the committee -on'-'t-he-sev^ enth article-of the ctmstiruiioh, was then .taken up in. committee .of the >vholer Mr. J Ueigart in' theehairV 7" :;—'"—'¦;¦; -:-'-.-— to Mr^ Ihgersoll theri nioved a reconsideration bf'the-votfr of last evening, -agree*- ,iing upon the'first section of the 1-eport.r-; "Mr. Martin belieVed there could be noth--ing gained by yreeonsideratioii, and was opposed to it. . • K .-. !"¦'-.' ... - -.Mr..F6rW...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

—"- —fyomthz-Boslon-ifltlaa;—j~—' GREAT MEETING7AT FAN^mL -T—1"«ALL LAST"NIGHT, —. » Faneuil Ha[l was crowded last evening, by one of the-greatest assemblages pf citizens, -that ever convened within its tlme-honbred-walls, - IJpon the entrance of Mr.'Webster, and. theulistinguished Whig r^)resenfatives who-had been inyittd torattehd, the old hall rang with, loud and prolbnge'd acclamations. "Three cheers- for- Webs(er'!%^jj>r.c?Oleheers for Bell!•—thre,e.qliecis forHofftnanlr-three cheers.. for _6irtiJs..!^=.-ihree.j_che.e.r.8 fur Graves!'? were glyehin quick sujeqession, and the utmost enthusiasm was mauifestedi '.. '.-- . ¦" . The* meeting was called to'order by the Hon. Abbot,Lawrencrvaad-W^^St^f ^^^^^^S^^^^^jSIJSmL ^^^^ __T_p£_jLCliiiir'i!ian,-afld-R-on'EH'r WWiixil^orLas Secretary," On takjog ll_s Chair, Mr. Webster was greeted with nine distinct rounds of applause, and he then addressed the- audience in a few remarks, which were re ceived, with the greatest ap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

: ,[From tfte^Phil. inquired ."'¦ : MEX1C<&.'.'-' . ¦¦ •'• ''; More Symptoms of Disorder --Oui^late^'dvices^ronv-Mexico-represent"J lhat country as in any thing butn pacific and settled condition. The promises which the new President made at the com mencement of his career, bad not been, riot were they likely to, be fulfilled. Not from any error on hid part, hot because of the discontent and d isaffeetion -of tliepeppie^-Sjafl^jBaiS^ il ^-^B^^^ES^^S^^etly' but i^^JJ^^lotfienting disUrrbance, an<A wTfirting over partizanyaireve>y: opporttinity. Hisobjec^<i^. it woulttieem, to throw every Obstacle in the way of Bust* bmjint's successj.and thiis Id? brine about ' iiBotli^r'^nangej and' possibly a resuscilajjon of hia own dilapidated.'-..fortunes: -I3ands/of robbers were rapidly on the increase. The-feeble government was uriablp to offer any Security whatever .lormercantil5;affairs.; !jTJie;entire provi ince of-New!'Mexico-^^had'"revolted aind...

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