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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 November 1844

.rr wfy vor a sentinel upon post. Weare disposed torhooe that our disposL tiqn and pur efforts have J?een appreciated that those who commenced the journey yjith! us and those whq have fallen in by the way have all found its agreeable and true.ancl will all continue with jus to the end of our time or theirs. -The life of ah editor is one. that may be country thanby:gi?ingjgfineral support to' the puelicpress. Thepress is the true re-j ceiV Treiresentati;ve of all civilized commu- nities at the. present day. If we w.ish to learn the political Mpressions'or intended 'action! of! any;Governmcnt or. any section of any Gov- ernment' we look for the expression of it I through the press." If a people are wealthy jcujiiyated and intelligent there is something in their newspaper representative which evin- ces it. If the only newspaper of a section of pleasant; or otherwise as he finds his services appreciated or disregarded. We hope that J intlfA- It a A M sf KAn ATtnvlinlrA nnrl fhnt Ininc-a...

Publication Title: Northern Standard, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 November 1844

.to -rUiiSr iS i i -pe tLOST GERmmrfmTE : h . rl haTltfsttheicdixditloniiK iiiadrlglitr certificates .? Jyhn Q?r for three hundred land twenty-acres-ofland issued thliaby lh B'tard p? rand Com-i iuisiionersfor FaanihrCbuniy'i nifnabered'ifiTei Ifid' clatcdSentember.lth' 181. K said certificate. is.not Tound vllhin t'he Ci'nie- prescribed 'by law I shall apply at (hVprbper offic for a duplicate ' ' 'L.'' JAMES BALL:-' Nov. 6 113440652 9t .Republic or Tisxis ) .Bed River" County l ' ' ' Thistiaynvassbwntous'a grey mare by:Rob- . erl.C Fleming' and we find the same to be- seven y ears; oldjat Spring; shod before; no niarks or brands perceivable; with some dark spots on her left Side dnu withersarid we appraise her to thirty dollars. Given under our hands. The 18th day of October: 1844. - ' his - -. . '' WM. B. X DUNCAN. '--' 1 mark' - ;. ..r . . JOHN W. RITCHEY. Swortt; to and subscribed before rae an -acting: j P. SAM. W. klLLIS A true copy of the original on file in "ray office . . J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 November 1844

F? p tr tewgq;sSfe ..... --'-. i . -y CH AS; O E; rO RS E LQNG4SHAI..L OUR BANNER BRAVE THfl BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. P RO PRI ETC R ix: OL.S. CMEKSVILLE TEXAS NOVEMBER 13 1844. jso. i. ftOMajg.gg;aUaftgp e-ygsfeasittr '. 5 ; -1 - . T?i - ... . . EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday at three dollave and fifty cent per an- Rura in advance four dollars at the end of sir months or fivedollars at the end ol the year. Subscriptions lor six mpnins $2 in ad vanes' or' 82 50 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for eich subsequent insertion- if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without payment.fift- ly per cent will be added to the charge and after. six months two dollars jJersquare will be required. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. One line orer a square will be considered two; oTer twenty lines thre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 November 1844

."V Uverv'one was still in consternation bands or' negroes began meirareaaiui worn ormuruer and pillage and about one- thousand trops were called out to patrol. ' In Mataozasof.lweiyAnine yesselt in-pott only two remain afloat ; the rest are gonV to pieces rashore. The damage to the tewik is incalculable. Therirers rose and each side of the town was under water ; 5000 boxrs sugar lost Cardenas is wholly destroyed- Insorder to assuage the burdens of the people the following order has been issued. Importation for six months from dale of the following artie'es. free of duty: Building lumber (pitch pine) of ill kinds; brick and tile; corn. meal beans potatoes rice sweet potatoes yams and plaintaius into the port of Havana and to be extended if found neces- sary to other ports. I have not tim to write further. Tou will- find the papers full of particulars. Yours Ariel. Newspapers. A child beginning to read becomes delighted with a newspaper because he reads of names and things which are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 November 1844

. ( w - a -".. I .- i -? v "-l; "'- :jf - ji -a.". - umasswfeterp?ii SSWJgfSGXIt s? TheTIGood '. A- ? or THE REPtifcLtC. w he 'Rights or the People5 m "T li e ortli erii St anfard CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. NOV. 13th 1844. r 'j - -Brf - - i .. - . it name jtfilVJifctMcthfe'hUAAifcre bfrtMe bok. (r6tiWJrifht 'hchkijffa'irly swej("us qfljin 52T We sre authorized to announce Isaac N j ' Brewer as a caudidaie for Colonel of the Ist'Re Jgimehv4th Brigade Texas Militia. i Exchequer bills received at par for subscrip- tions in this District. The editor of the "Red Lander" attempts in his paper of the 2nd inst. to defend his theft of the ideas of Frederika Bremer lost sum- mer by the very apparent and fit (as applied to him) but not very ingenious remark: "But ideas ue must have ; and as it is ac- knowledged at allhands that there can come nothing new into the world why tee can on- 1 do as others do. "Since Locke exploded the doctrine q( "innate ideas" mankind have been reduced to the painful a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 November 1844

r 7T 4 . ... .J v " . v v v - in. v -v3-' X- ORLEANS CHT' 'BANKS. - - 17(1018 60 to 62 - 28 to 32 58 to 61 10 to 15 . '1 ? nrm a at a octi ' - -o4i3 oii 14 a l-2prm '-16 25 it' Iff SO .-lp aU6ffr 3 83 a 3 86 ' "par par. - dii. do. do. do; do. do. 2a 4dis MfflfSiFWli sovereigns .. ft American Gold Spanish 'Doublo oils . " "i l'" ! Patriot- r. do 20 franc pieces Mexican Dbilars " Half Dollars Dimes"'" NEW Consolidated Citizens "- Improvement Exchange Atchafalaya Bank of Orleans - Commercial Bank Natchez checks on Merchants' Bank New Orleans. S Municipality number one - 1 a 2 disc. Municipality number tvo - - .par Municipality number three - 24 a 26 disc UNCUBREONT MONEY diicOUnt. United States Bank Notes 25 to 30 Alabama State Bank and. branches 7 to 8 Bank of Mobile " " 1 2 to 1 Planters' Bank Post N ites Natchez 55 to 60 Asracultural Post Notes 40 to 45 Grand Gulf 48 to 52 Mississippi Union Bank: 87 to 88 Commercial & Railroad. TJabk Vksbarg 85 to 88 Georgia Banks 1 to 2 Virgini...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 November 1844

Z&f- - --tir - . -- C'H'AS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS NOVEMBER 20 1844. NO. 2. mmnTMERN STANDARD jBCWBBMWjmamui&KJitLmjtiJ U-JFrrrMaa-'a EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday at three dollars and fifty cents per an- num in advance four dollais at the end of six months or five dollars at the cud ol the year. Subscriptions lor six nionius $2 in advanc?. csr $2 59 at the ex.'iration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty eents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If ne veek is allowed to elapse without payment.nTl- ty per cent will be added to the charge and af.er. six months two dollars per square -will be required. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two; ver twenty line? three &.c Yearly advertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 November 1844

piFlip ssasi 'A"' J vrx iicuiues;Yiiiilexfco tohe meliationof' forl- eign frfrndlypowers Texas rhas given n Farnesl of her desire for:peace. : In anticipation oftlie failure of this media- tion shp feels ivhcr duty tqjieclare .10. -those powers that if pnace or a s-Hisfactory armistice .i$ not Concluded before the annual meeting' of Congiess in December ntxtor unkss. Mexico ii infomea hy them' previous to that . Xunel that she must confine Asrscl 'f to the wast side of Ike Rio Grande Texas will immediate':) assume cm offensive altitude ) with all the vie UL-: tohic'isfbb ca-ni command a -id she wU not jed. restrained from the employment of auxiliary ai-l in Uie pro-scc-nlhmaf lhiir.nr. 1 1 erection will be an muted action and tho limits of her enternrise will not be bounded by the Rio Grar.de or 'any other point. Tile reo-ion of Santa Fu will be one point from which her operations wih progress. Texas can nd will marsh- all an army sufficient to overcome the coun- try dep-.ndant on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 November 1844

s rvN-f - 1 wj-v""!"' "" t St- V Ov m. i . tt 5 'It. . ' -Mr i 'i ik . Hr 4 J5 'XoionryJP'eriw4io.haibeenin Ger- many for'the ikst 8origl01months 'has or will shortly -arrive m this country. We are gratified lo have it inour power to state" that he has&ntiiely succeeded in his endeavorsfto inteTesUhe capitalists that country in his scheme of colonizaimn? The success of this colony will more-thanany other cause en- sure peace and protection to our-frontier; it- will throw immediately on our frontier thousands of industrious families well sup- plied witli every thing necessary either to cultivate the soil or to repel the Joe. In con- nection with this subject we learn lhatt His Jjercne Highness lh Prince of Soln.s will lay before the next Congress a proposition for colonizing a large yact of our Western lands nnd in such boundaries as will ensure safety Cuto oar whole line of frontier. With such ' protection as these settlements will ensure we hive nothing to fear from either a Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 November 1844

rcN55? - . " V MV " ' - vx ? V" y-f i rJ?'' J4i i.i i "Anjnijoy -C-v" c -Jl.il'-''- V . " . 7 frt SSF c N par a i-2 pros 484a.485 1-4 a 1-2 prra 16 Lj a 16 50' 15 53 a 1560 3 83 a 3 86 par par par BANKS. 17 to 18 14 to 16 60 to 62 23tc32 58 :o 61 10 to 15 dis. do. do. do. do. do. Q4 par a 26 disc discount. 25 to 30 7 to 8 1-2 to 1 55 to 60 40 to 45 48 to 52 87 to 88 to 2 1-2 disc dc. d6 do do do do do do Persons indebted to u for subscriptions or dTertisements are requested to-ntke payment as foira aS practicable. There are claims upon us which h'aVe to be mtft- and We-hiVe' nVbfher means' ot meeting them.thanfrom.the amounts due Us.' N Qi MQEEY MARKET. v November 2. United SjaJeiJTreaairy .Ncte TsoTereigns American Go.d Spanish Doubloorts' Patriot do 20 franc pieces Mexican Dbllari Half Dollais Dimes NEW ORLEANS CITT Consolidated Citizens - - - -Improyement -Exchange - - v -Atchafalaya - - . - v Bank of Orleans Corrimeicial Bank Natchez checks on Merchants' Bank New Orleans. S 2a4d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 November 1844

m CHAS. DE MORS LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE- -THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. PROPRIETOR VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS NOVEMBEE 27 1844. NO. 3. ft EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE xMORSE.' The Northern Standard is published every Wednesday and will be printed us soon as ihe river rises upon a large size imperial she el more than twice the size of the prcsn UjSaeT U will bs furnished to s ibsc ribsra at $4 per an- num in advance Qvc dollars at the end of six months.orsix dollars at the end of the volume if paid in cash ; in Trode or Produce it will bz five dollar in advance six at the end" of six monihs.or seren at the close of the volume. Proportional re- duction will be made for the numbers which may be issued of the 'present size. Subscriptions lor six montns$2 50 in ad vanes or S3 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty cents for ach subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If n. xYPPk is allowed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 November 1844

m m - - 'v? be m and nil and interests :pprrssorof-my own- immediate -country" and who throaten daily not only itsprosper- iiy.butils social pace. I he'd up with a few noble associates the flag of their gallant but tiin unpopularMittle navy; I vindicated their glorious commercial cnteprize an enter- priz whjch while it enriched them made no one poor; and 1 defended (not without suc- cess ) their pecuniary rights atrs'.mst what I considered the hand of rapacity and unjust jiower.'hougbjit w:sthe hani ofthejpolineal m in -with whom I was associated. It would ill become rnetbrn I thought.io close my lift by dec'inmgto offer mv counsel for whU it was vorlh. and to raise my voice in he assertion of the ris:htsaud the reprobation ofthe wrongs of ;my own. my native land." From tie Cincinnati Com. Bulletin. TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT DISASTER! :hatlhdpi'dforinfdpfendingthejnghlsi Whfte;for the LoittsuULe Daily Cqurierj of Thevaterwasall oftwotfeet higKer-than 'Phe God1 iSL ""wr Th?Rioht8 ersts of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 November 1844

52SKn. ? 5fi ." r-- ii " 'V S. .T5VSK3ISO!3eWS5fi 2;2fsiil:yl--1JJ' "r"TyTjyri?J-rjyg'vv rasrsaJTar sraTCTW-'i jjJrsgssggJ"g. "aasiF-aijaCT3p;vcspsz3j:.Ai';''11 ' Wf"wr tVi !" -r ' li V Jl V II (lulcK'jfe'ceive ay thing which ' tends to tbir advantage f but we re'sorry tosaythat anirgnculuifal community is very" slow 'in' its' ercenion nfMS o wnintere3t. We canwt otherwise account for the length of tMit takes to alter heir-modes ofiCultirationjMia ihe products thev cultivate. Here where phemp and flax could be most profitably rais- ed nobody raises them.gWheat3which com- mancs a high price is raised in small quan- tity; oats are always scarce and always in demand and yet the yield is immense. While upon this subject we will remind our agricultural friends that the Steam Mill will be prepared to make flour in proper man- ner before the next crop is cut; and Dr. Boyce of Bowie who is well knotvn to many of our readers has purchased and will have here this winter the machinery for a re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 November 1844

-. N V 5& ' x .. V - - si.'" . -m i-c 4 yfH. . LT: i Ukiit&i Suites Treasury Nolev qHTfKSJgus- r !T.t American Gold . sYam&.Doubioons Kfifl6ti; do-'" " par a 1-2 prm ?': 4 &&$ 1-4 a 1-2 prm 16 25 a 16 50 '15'53'a 1560 . 3 83 a 386; par par par 42 dia. do. do. do; do. do. 2 a 4dis a 2 disc par a 26 disc discount. 25 to 30 7 to 8. 1-2 to I 55 to 60 '40 to 4f 48 to 52 87 to 88 85 to 88 1 to 2 to 21-2 disc dc. do do do do do do do SOtfranc 'pieties'! Mexican Dollars Half. Dollars Dimes; :- ;w ' ; '." ' -'' ' 'new orxeassctty tjanks. C6rr8dlidatea r"-' "- '- 17; to 18 Citizens; - . - - 14 to J 6 Improvement -. - - -60 to 62 Exchange - - J - - - 28 to 32 Atchafalaya. - - - 58 to 61 Bank pf..Oiieans - - "10. to i5 Commercial Bank Natchez check's on'j "'"Merchants' Bank New Orleans. J Mutiicipalitynumber one'; - 1 Municipality number two Municipality number; three - 24 '" " "UNCURRENT MONEY United States Bank Notes Alabama State Bank and branches Bank ofMobiJe ' Planters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 December 1844

TE f CH$;S. DE-MORSE LQNG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE' THE JBREEZE-t-THK STANDARD OF THE FREE. tl i ! r 41 I PROPRIETOR A. A VOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS DECEMBER 4 1844. no: '4. IDWED AN D PUBLISHED CHARLES DE MORSE. BY TERMS: The Northern Standard is published every Wedncsdayand will be printed -us soon as the river rises upon a large size imperial sheet more ttsau twice the size of the presen t one. It will be furnished to Jbsc ribers at $4 per an- ium in advance five dollars at the end of six unths6rsii dollars at the end o( the volume if paid in cash ; m Trade or rroauce u win oc nve dollars in advance six at the end of six months.or evtp at the close of the volume. The numbers which maybe issued of the present size will be charged at the rate of Three dollars and fifty cants per volume. SubMsriplions lor six montns$250 in advancs.or $3 atthe expiration of the time. Advertisement will be inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion and fifty centa Tor each subsequent inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 December 1844

p x r? fe m -rcy & No! 1 1 is an Indian. .running: 1st mile. - 112 2d :; ' - - 2 3 Sd : - - 2 3 4th " - - 2 3 5th ' " -- - 2 3 6th " - - 2 3 7ih' " - - 2 3 8th " - - 2 3 9th " ---23 10th" - - 2 3 l-2m. and 75 rods-1 3 !.. - s;.. 'J . A N'iwr RivoLtfTidff in Mfixico.-A tlamenhaajiMt afrfved-in litis city ffanuheJ West who states that a report Has been brouhMorSn -Antonio- that all Northern Mexico along th.e.Jlio Grande is low in a state of revoVagainst the Dictator. The' re- port as-brought- by a Mexican Major who represents himself as having deserted from General Woll's Army is that Arfeta is now vMnarcJigJfeaS-.fiity.-of Mxiqo withan Ar: my oflTjOOp that he is already Deyoaa tnc mountains and that his numbers are daily and rapidly increasing by fresh recruits from alt the surrounding country. It is stated that the spirit of revolution is universal and over- whelming. Garabajal is well acquainted with the deserting Major (whose name our informant dpes not remember) and pledges h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 December 1844

. oI:-iWri.I.. 1 dicxeti M'i rfMvi . - s&-4aKvie rSsj.Hfc? .jfcsScu.'..s . Jf .1.?. fcJCr 1C 'ilJaiVWlj-:' -'!tJOV3lJ!I9fc&- B 9 r-v4 koard-wiieathe schooner capsized attempted . ohold;onjlut were wasLedoffand sunk the're'rnaindfir of the' crew were providential- ly. on shore." --t? ..v . r --rr.Yi ' he Good . or THE Republic. 'lux Rights OF THrfj People v T he North cru Standard. CLARKSVILLE WEDNESDAY. DEC. 4th 1844. 3"r Exchequer bills received at par for subscrip ons in this District. Jr Persons indebted to us for subscriptions o r aTrti5emenlsare requested to make payment a ton aspiacticable. There are claims upon us irkich have to be met and we haTe no other means f Meeting lhemthan from the amounts due us. A Dekanjed Boy. A distressed looking- object was brought into town frem the neighborhood on last Mondaj morning. He is deranged in mind and feeble and much emaciated. He was lying in a school house some two or three' miles from town and after being brought in and sit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 4 December 1844

v . x - V '"V v vl y i '"sa jg- m 5fgi?Ul.-3agO' :. m-T U I ( f h r w jj0Vem aggrw.'. . H-u 3tpfcpv.vgggacCTjs? ARKBT. HKi-STtM ft inner n.- " -1 j Uaitei States Treasury iNote Sovereigns - . 8paniahbDfriblQroftsr- '. . -Half'D'ollari (Dime ji IJi.i ftf'ku al-vi1 Consolidated' - ' 1 -- i4tol6 Citizens . - - - - ' I2't614 "Improvement - -'- - S60to'62 .-fachange ....-- 28 to 32 Atchalalaya r- - - 53 to 55 JBaukof" Orleans - ' - It) to 15 CommerciaL6ank"Natchez checks on ' 'Merchants' Bank JJJew Orleans. $ 2a 4dis Municipality number ene 1 a 2'disc. Municipality numbertwo - - ."par Municipality number three - 24 a 26 disc UNCURRENT MONET OlSCOUm United States Bank Note Alabama State Bank'and branches Bank of Mobile t planters' Bank Post Notes "Natchez Agricultural Post Notes Grand Gulf Mississippi Union Bank par a 1-4 a 1-2 prra :JlG5'ail6 5a I52?.al560i '3 83 a. 3.86; par . par dis. do. do. do; do. do. v. - 1 Mf FVM aKsrSAflvrufitt.-V! 3 yisnarjiiueyia V u rf n ? ? iViir execute irie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 December 1844

MBkr3jMISS -fVmgXBSffmtffl jnmjvjg- -WBrMM ""MBT" i. ' w m.Mi&TMMMIS STAND ABB TTTrc . U .;? CHAS. DE MOR-SE LQNG SHALL .OUR BANNER BRA7E THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE PROPRIETOR yOL. 3. CLARKSVILLE TEXAS DECEMBEE 12 1844. jsto. 5. 7 a J 1D.ITED AND PUBLISHED BY CHARLES DE MORSE. TERMS: The Northkbn Standard is published every Wednesday and will be printed as soon as. the river rises upon a large size imperial sheet more than twice the size of the present one. .It will be furnished to subsc ribers at $4 per an- num in advance five dollars at the end of six monthsorsix dollars at the end of the volume if paid in cash ; m Trade or iroauce u will De nve dollars in advance six at the end of six mojithSjOr even at the close of the volume. The numbers which maybe issued of the present sije will be charged at the rate of ThreeJollars and fifty cents per volume. Subscriptions-ior six months $2 50 in-advance or S3 at the expiration of the time. Advertisements will be inserted at on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 12 December 1844

TjTS.iSTpw ifviy . r 4 New and iNTEitrsxiNa Discovxr ill South Amrica. The National Intelli- gencer contains a long letter from Mr.Pick- eit at Lima conTmiehting' upon 'disco verieTof very extraordinary ruins said to ave been found by Judge Neita.in the "province of Chachappyas'j whileon an exploring expe-; anion in making a survey 01 tnecountry "he found at Ceulap a building of a most ex- traordinary character which he describes as a tvall 6f "hewn stone 560 feet in. width 3- 600 feet in length and 150 higk . "This edifice being solid in the interior for the whole space contained within 5376000 feet of circumference which ii has to ihe be fore mentioned height of 1 50 feet i& solid and levelled and upon it there is another wall of 303000 feet in circumference in this form 60.0 feet in length and 500 feet in breadth ;with the same elevation (150'feet) ofthe low- er wall and like it solid and levelled to the heart neatfier had his eye failed and as- he bentpver the p'ulpit ledgG ...

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