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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 February 1849

yreil tl OUUWmU Aaast!. sj.llr-- -- " PIMM. .. k. received RePort 0f T' BnUM ( h.v ,tv . rftm,itt-.0f th Chairman standing governmental aid, . t li.,.. IB - .. - d.:ImJ aernss th I.thmu. . ..rotting Ul"iv- 'Report is a. eieeedingly aide .nd vain T fc2S embodying" "nt ' . ,.r .lion, and ia reference to an import" d.tind to effect a revoln wrPr ;.l .arid, and veatlf to the l comnicj - " - h"D .. u.i-r attract and eUtemenU j?. r Aur co j Pr0,0, .-u H.r. with the entertained by ue - " ' . ;.orUnt enterprise. - Ji of the Railrotd and appurtenance. ..ed at f 5,000,000, and the Report re- '""Tvear.. to the projector., to en.bl. then, ' f the road t the eud of which period i Z expire.. The charter alio . eight t.Md U.eroad. but it i. .pd do jofliU P" rw.uvl to atate more b!Z?X of the benefit, which ourcoin .pecificsliy . . ....nufacture.. will de- mliee win --w r. ---- aerta. 7' completion of the proposed work iTi ! UmP. of Panama. In the yea, f'seven American .hip. cleared at tb. iri.-y . ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 February 1849

, LITERARY EXAMINER. Baar lllsk! -r Ulfk! Soar high! soar Li(h! nor fear to fly. Think not aboat the falling, : Stay not to shrink apon tho brink Of high and holy calling: Bnt, being right, with all thy might Go on the clondi of sorrow, That hero to-day obscure tho way. May all bo go a to-morrow. Tho world may anoer, and laugh, and jeer, Yet stay not for repining. Alike for all, the great and email. Creation's light is shining. , Take heart of oak, there is no stroke Man strikes, bnt it may aid him, Tor if tho deed from good proceed. Say what on earth ahall shade him? A every joy we naeraploy , Is an nngraciovs measure, So every gift we cast adrift Is n most w a led treasure; And it may be, perchance if we Should once alike refuse them, We may la vain strive to regain The slighted power to use them. Soar high! soar high! nor fear to fly, Think not aboat the fall lag; There is a power in every hour To help us in oar calling; If only more we would adore, And seek its wiightv aiding; N...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 February 1849

jyJllRlluri li f i.j . .-j ..1 .. i : ,' : ' A 1 Y W XT It J v .. ; V "prove all things; nou past that which is good." - ...--v. ..... . " .,: . . . " volume -n THE EXAMINER; ,!. ."" TEH9I ' .ra 4KVT7M.IN ADVANCE T JJJipiM FOBTW DOLLARS. lnTL SEYMOUR. Virata- taUlare-olec- f r n,a Legislature finds U h,rd '01 10 .. ,ret point is, to ueaa uie imn fc.ua without tumbling in-to make ' w r.uoas ts solemn and positive poo- Vnhout unqct!'6y commits u. , -t' .bould Uie measure 7 , c. ,1 h ast, we read tie move- T&rto an exciting 'STsoAof F.touier. ha diatiugbedhi'.n- T7 v.. ku otmowUon to mem. c - Lo7.V. rn.de in the House o. , ..k lirelT intetesu ITie utteiance of ta!,,uiVuinaiUpIture8houU TT-.ni Northern ni-.V-e- Ar. Soulh Carolina did what you propose to x l-oon a controverted question of con- r:... ,! la, she raised the Btanaara 01 t.An nAUl before us ia Mted than that of iS'ulli mAf controvei don. In Carolina, there wa. a Union - - j . v,,!i;flcaiion party. I here will PS'V .ri;i h...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 February 1849

- RTI I 1:1 f- TTTsl - Tfl XXV: A - T-T-'-TTmA w-' ttt---- "PROVE ALl. THINGS j HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1849. "rilB EXAMINER; I. If " . ... -f-K AKKL'M. I ADTAKCE, PAUL SEYMOUR. FAU .r.lisssa. Ik Mr. Hcell. - . Lit aiature C Je t hard work to 1 : ,luliun. concerning me wiimw ' The feat point is, to tread the brink P'"' 'fr,M itliOut tumbling in-to male .k.-i unqualifiedly coi.im.uii them to rt ouW the measure they deoouace i- . 'o. i,.Le lead tbe mov e luU reported from the Jo.nl Commit 10 .7 . Uki toto anexemng Jrf of t-ou'" o.. nf Fa.auiei. kae distiuguiahedhiiu .noaiuontotbem. We copy. '.-,.!. on Friday i4 with lively inteiest . ... ...- ai a ViKinii .Northern meni-.VW Souih Carolina did what you propose to ..introverted Quesuon of COO- law. ?ndard ?' ii-nn The question now before us is f n In Carolina, there was a Union j . v!!i Action party. There will njr; au a .-- . Let.o parurt here. lo.ce, av W himself alone 'J made in uic iiuu...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 February 1849

THE EXAMINER. W. C06BY, JOHN H. HEYWGOD, ItObLfc BLTLfcK, 1 Editobs. LOUISVILLE::: :FEB. 10. 1819. O" Wt tend, occasionally, a numbr of tht Eiamikcs to persons who art not tubtcriltrt, in tit hope, that by m peruoal of it, they may bo in duced to tvboCTlbt. ' T hrrlhr la Arrears. Wo would earaeetly ask that each subscriber who may bo ia arrears to ua will transmit tit amoaat due, atone, by mall. Wa bate ou oar abscriptioa book nearly foar hundred distant subscribers, who owe for tha Examiner from It ral number, and to whom fir or six bill bv been sent. It Is scarcely necessary to remind them that in aarset way of Iroakinf down a newspaper U to recelv It and fall to forward tha subscription money. Thsrsars, no doubt, many person amonf this number who haTS, by acci dent, overlooked oar claim, and it would be a matter of regret to aa if, after allowing a proper Ume to elapse for a response to this call, w are obliged t publish a delinquent 1UU Here Oat Oar friend need not bo discourage...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 February 1849

. . enioal Kmaneiratlenv n a nrivl ill L1i .If ever M - 7 The decided hMi ,on"'n,ion 10 te- Throtif h their delegate WW .iTfillMltl. IT 'ihrireon wule ,..,.,, ,d ' 0elion of the L" f'lrvading interest to the Sul. T. lion M jciue gradull . r illPOrooraied into the ntr S" m " ' . . ... a great question, afl'ecting Tli' a 8l of Stai't and worthy the calm feT ti;ii 0 ri...r r.tl.4f,i. rt,kt;t,r i.i thtt view of W,r question-ifiaf pl.i ' - . nr,r ill " l,"e S""1'""" ,,,, j! -,CMl-d, in, however, manifest! J:Sli . ,in0ofes the necessity of dinnim- v'"ft'..i. . the JeiU of a plan for attaining "4 "" , f .re we have determined tbat the oh- " attained Before discussing the mode it i- necewy K dciJ' IrtivV 10 tnd t0 bt r"!"'' j ed U nrst w sre'd UPn' "J the" U it accomplishment- A there . a H wuo sole objectiou to ematici- : JSr,IWii t il.-T 6," re8onsble Vlm for ?4'"lH' ' ! im it. ;1 'e",n",u in UTor . ' Ur;ed uyoti them in win, until Ffl'oiZt.il may be bent to ecu r f cuiun, in order to ,s,...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 February 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. s- Tkuimy'i CLrUtna Be-afc. Mr. Thackeray cloeea Lie Cbrlelmas Bok, "Dr.'B.reb and his Yonag Friends," a picture of hutnaa life lu miniatare, which la illustrated with eqaal bamor and moral stran jth, with the folio log poem, that happily characterised by th- Londoa Examiner. 'Tb 'Epilog' Hi CbrUUnaa Carol, la aoma dozen etanzaa, aloiply aad eineerely written, la Terse of a very may and earrent cadence. Etery on will lifc read It, and like tlie writer better after ndlng it. Whatever la other respects Mr. 7itnarah auay affect, or whatever character ht may next aaaame, this la rait, and fa to be -4 with the aaaflected admiration which trrih exacta from very body." BPILOGC2. The play Udj-ffv-Uie certain drops, -iW-WifltJl l tbt rWr'a bell: - A momeat yet tlie actar IrMfi" And looks woand to aay furewc -..J t it aa irksoaae wr4 and taaki And whea bW laughed and said hla sa I te aheers. ma he iwem the enaek , . A face fiat's aay thing but ray. One rord, ere yet the eve...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 February 1849

.. i . . ,.,. ." ,. V J r n.. - " IP M :: i " "PEOVE ALL TniNGSJ HOLD PAST TlIAT WDICn IS GOOD." - i VOLU3IE II LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 171849. WHOLE NUMBER 88. TeXAM1NER; ,.kt, fER ANNC-.IN ADVANCE. 'Tl lo'lES FOKJEX DOLLARS. oaitL SEYMOUR, ret n .tarf etcakew fkaaasar, UrJer the Constitution it becomes u recommend to the Legislature , meat of such measures as you may feC to Lmote the public welfare. voi I take thc liberty of pro' F "'I .'. mnsideration Uie question n? 10 r...ir immigration of - w r -i the of proiau u. s Alabama, and a 'oT tha bill to be brought into the next V are to amend the Constitution, so as '.ives r ; . .u.. .,rortSe. A measure some- ... hn heretofore proposed. . I al- .Kr. - . inhibit slaves.! portion under the present aspect of the re ialions existing between the North and South. 1 humbly conceive that those rola tions create a fctill stronger reason why the eyes of the South should be opened to the truth upon the question of extending slave- r...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 February 1849

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY, JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, EulTOKS. LOUISVILLE: ::FEB. 17. 1849. a-s- VCm .if occasionally . a" t- ,.. ..mu tfJLa an no( tuiecrilf r, tn t Aoy. tA ftruaal of it, they nay U in ducod to tultcribc , . T fJafcacrlker. ta Anwn. We woald earnestly ask that each subscr.ber who ma be iu arrears to us will transmit the aoioaut due, at oace, bj mall. We hare ou our subscription book nearly four hundred distant ubarribera, who owe for the Examiner from it first Dumber, and to whom five or aix billa have been sent. It ia scarcely necessary to remind them that the surest way of breaking down a newspaper ia to receive it and fail to forward the subscription money. Thereare, ao doubt, inaay persons among this number who have, by acci dent, overlooked oar claim, and it woald be a matter of regret to ns if, after allowing a proper time to elapse for a response to this call, wa are obliged to publish a delinquent list. nr. Heyaaa fetal iJ-tier. Wo publish this week a lett...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 February 1849

19 i, , I' . - .dsrtoak t W ' " a tb. lt .-mber or the "nier. uJ' - .t.K-t .uiiMM omitted. ... - . MB1 ... i. .v.- -.hnla noem till dinflj r"" " r ae that u n""0""" S k"w Twth, my peopU. "V.j'Sbb'1,,n,lkyo T.rtM. then, let n battle, forth ne "::. ... hetide! r cV.i,.l we are Fnw. w fr.-tk anil keeDlit. l.ku the n"1"'", -r H hiVh,t not to him belongs. K' eselfi.h ct,0D' BSK.Uwmor,..wroBp. k k Truth. end trernulee ,',,l:;..b,.t.ubut..i.. . the Troth, and plsres n"b Dromptioif. dr bn' fS2 &.W.m.n.y. "cas. ever. Mas. i. .U -l,a readest. .J th a siinp'r . f,'t h l.k either them. pto Truth five A.4 tbetiJ it rauw.tem. ,i . .neech. h,J 10 r,i0B fVo-W .dthe.l.vi-h. . . i;ti th aoble Aecient "'t. i hr.tth.tUl thee fear; fihe.n.tr,ae. but meke them hear! .l.kMl.'fir.tApo.- Bethos like heron laul. . , ... ,hlneek eipreesion, V7 S,! fulfil! - Speak itWdiy. accuser; leap. " a. uk from Wright'. CaAet the subjoined .,t,cle,to hi'' we ask th earnest attention The call.it will be seen, is of oyr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 February 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. check .. . . 7, v-, ... bbbi ..iii,..BgABaaaTw,.B, immi From th JUomJ E n. "Many a Idea ad oug rumti stealing Downward from the i'.den aisles' ' . . H- 1.n. hf. .11- . ,.KU ik. mir.-rl hnm. with na mrier r-nrmiamonarTio - HM -l.ssmslrt. , rote-. maM 01 WS JOCK. neruniinj tu uua a.c, ua --. was - aw fclJ- I " " 1 I I . . I . . a at a.l. ... . " 1 " L A - J .;.hpn .ima-anUi. .nnnn tK- than i W nf hi. motor's old herdm.n. who 1 went to visit the slave-maikets, one of btand.ngon this lone, Jolty pinnacle, it the tight, or norm siae, rise aoiupi, ivSCu, ... ' . . .11 i i -l . . r ,l i i i I whirri ia 1ia1,I ;iUi ik. ;n il,- n.,rt ! ;.ninikl nn tn (Siiirn fn miru-lvAa. the ami uii hi hill It UO. tS It Wfte. ItX VtlSt, , v?t)icn rests on tn pnim ct the lifind, aadisenea lira wunoui pay, lorine iove ne uorc . nmiUUMii m w . 0 . ., 7 . L t r u- u I I..H i i . l. .- v 1 1 1 j. iiMnnaii wnttrt ii. . bv bb imwvmi iinniirTai r i r i i ririna i.iiiiiici.lcij w iui 1 1 1 1 11 n ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 February 1849

f 1 4 . af "PROVE ALL THINGS J HOLD FAST THAT WHICn IS GOOD. EXAM IN Ell; (.lb roelOhV. f.o.MXAMri: am-m advance. PAUb SEYMOUR. rcitiin Kroiu tb . V. Evening Port. Mr, faeaarl' "ree OF THE SLAVEHOLDERS TO THE JEW TEKKITOIlES. Ilir Washington correspondent furnishes ?h the following abstract of the argu V laSliy Jellverfj by Mr. Smart, of iviiirrt of the claim made by the slave- Ming c!js w ha ielwrirt ,ate,y ac' 4 I uuke wuie extracts winch command I attention. Mr. Smart thus dis- f)'- that distineuislM-d champion of r , Mr. uJ: hav been constantly mad by . ...... r . f ... Assertion t'. Irfe-t " ,.,!... to look t ihU ' XTJrl- lauiru.ee, lately wd una of by a Sl' SUU. Senate. (Mr. irai lleaaVS- ' - i......t. f.ir lli. nronrietor. 1" " . ' ... m . if sha i.lruM. llwi.b ha. n " r.of ""l"" r ...... r-. u ."i" " i . I tr", .l. k ..u. that the eouth coutribu- "iiifi"" .... ....i.i,i f ti inure il.au her duoia w I-' th terntorw are entirely incorrect. I TB awrlions . ... . -Law. tint the ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 February 1849

THE EXAMINE!?. r. msBY. JOHN It. HF.YWOOn, noble hitllk. Emiciis. LOUISVILLE: :FEB. 24, 1849. CJ VCt rti, occasionally, a nvnbir of tke EsekUKEB t persons o mrt not ovbocribgrt, in tkt kope, f lat by perusal of it, tkef nay It in duced (arubxmfr. T Hsjfcrrlsjers la A We wouM earnestly ask that each subscriber who may be ia arrears td as will transmit the emooatdue, alonee, bymait. W haveou oar aWriptioa book nearly four hnndred disUnt subscriber, who owe for tlie Examiner from it first umber, and to whom fire or six bill have bean mdL It ia carcely necessary to remind thorn that the tared way of breaking down a newspaper U to receive it and fail to forward the abacription money. There are, no doubt, many persona among this number who hare, by eci dent, overlooked our claim, and it woald be a matter of regret to as if, after allowing proper time to eiapee for a response to this call, we are obliged to publish a delinquent list. The length of the Addreea to the people of Kentucky on t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 February 1849

t., all the advantages, real .,rn?UB - i unci'"' . i.vr,i.la hut fm rn Slid i)nu"ut4""'"'w a Ubonnj to bring .bout such JUT Tf! . ani their lsbora have been teiitie 1 . . j.iwa every attempt to ' r,ni and iw" . ,,.rffnw nrivate enterpnaea. ' rUC ti abolished, and then our popm .i riches brourht to light, and ucffl'W1" . :mprovcmeiit, choolhou8 ill be largely multiplied ; so that tarm1 ana iu- . . . . ...nil iClUICI IU" w-w. . v i .. rfct and the oenenus us " ratta " -., gl(0UnJ in every neighbor- eUion . nT ijnnmnrfl that Men we t low- State, in common with the other .. . rl , .-if . .thapall. C7 increasing tfusing mwour now iu6u.u .wMl "U 4 ' ... 1 ,,, tlt enterprise wh.cn naa cau r ' ' - tie States to surpass our uoni- .t at-t-' 3 . .j monerity. we shall ti.euee of pioperity, ,U the uenenis w a?A .S a. tall if-klt that, if any oue or trie J " ' . , .. from the mental ugm anu . -" i '"1 from abroad, it would fiit hrt:1. .uJtben laptfly 'J to the destiny r""1 ,-,n.i!r relapse into 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. — 24 February 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. From tlx UUsal Era. OS KiCElVISG A.S fcAOLfS QUILL FROM LAX.K SUPERIOR. T JOHX . WHITTIKK. All day the dark boos and lie cold, Upon id j heart bars lain. Like shadows en the winter sky. Like frott apoa the pans! Eat now rajr torpid Fancy wakes, And, oa thy Esgls's plum. Hides forth like Si a bad on hi bird, Or witch apoa her broom! Below ma roar the rocking plats, Before ma spreads the Lake, Whoa long and solemn-eouadinf wtfaa Against th iiiNt break. I hear tha wild R tea-Eater thresh Ths fralu it has not sown: I am with flashing scythe of firs, Ths p rail la harvest mown! I bear tha far-off voyager's horn, 1 aaa the Yankaa'a trail Ills foot oa erery moaaUla pass, Oa every stream bis sail. He's whitUiaf roand St. Mary's falls. Upon his loaded wala; Ile'a leaving en tha Pietared Rocka His fresh tobaeco-stala. I hear the mattock la the Mine, The nxe-stroko ia the dell. The clamor from the Iadiao lodge. The Jesait's chapel bell! I see ths swarthy trappers come From M...

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 March 1849

... .r---i --. V. S$$A. sS V ; I ' I I i N III 1 V . V i k 1 rVU..V VViXVh?.. .Tf J iilLU- ,,, 1LA .ilVli II .1. N ALA iLlLo "prove aiyl things; hold fast that which is good " l III, VOLUME II. THE EXAMINER; is las PeetOSUe. TEHND. TWO COLLARS PER ANNUM. IS ADVANCE, T" BlX COPIES FOR TEH DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR. From the Louuvllle Jouietl. Gsstlimes: I have read witn much attention the editorial article in your edition 0 luesuaj, v- ....,a " Aldioueh I dissent hoin some 0f your views, 1 admire the ability and ;n uhich thev were conceived. The I.mlrti. well studied and cons'.derate, and i worthy Uie attention of thinking men. 1 leve to suoim: to your re flection some tlioughu suggested by your retAJ,Sfirst, 1 cannot but congratulate the friends of emancipation iu Kentucky mat vour views on many vital points corres pond with their opinions. Let me si UiiU "- m . 1 You are not in favor of perpetuating jal-,rv in Kentucky. i ou do not say in so many words that slavery is a social and poli...

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 March 1849

r .! -o at ,,1 make ait that every -.-presented, am is precious. Let .ut Commence your ar ce, eo that yoa may came t send yoar delegates. J" lag mu4 ExwBtlre .-aanitlee. At a meeting of the friend of emancipation, held In Louisville, February 2, 1849, W. W. Worsley having been called to the chair, and Reaben Daweon appointed eecretary, the f ol io wlof gentlemen were named a a Correspond ing and Executive Committee, with power to enlarge their number and fill vacancies: W. W. Worsley, Wm. Richardson, Wa. E. Glover, Reuben Dawson, David L. Beatty, Patrick Maxcy, Bland Ballard, W. P. Boone, Thomas McGraia. At a meeting of the Committee, February 29, Lewis Raflaer and James Speed were added to the aamber. Wm. Richardson was cboeen Treasurer, and Bland Ballard Corresponding Secretary. W. W. WORSLEY, Ch'n. R. Dawson, Secretary. From the foregoing notice it will be seen that a standing committee has been appointed by the friends of emancipation in Louisville. The great object of the commi...

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

. . Observer aJ Reporur.1 j hav vniiMTra wiin lunuwi, , M, .Eim'j the projavery party, or rather the J..-1 MnanriDation.inthiscountT. CP1" Anut lb SIM, "Win uie vciy umi fci ii nuest.on dowa to the present time ' ioieraui- c . -. ""..'MO! 1 LT.,wrved the course ana me leenng 01 f of Ut peat cause. And to all who lend01 ..K.n.i;nn nnnn thin nub. " .- u use 01 men . i . t.l.r , ni. - ..wn in their conclusions mum .t. 'r .,ined. When the wmfouon sur" A.nnr 1 . . . napoke of. thia subject, it la true, ty M rU.oulil W b oreig n to it object; bv a ws ,.allv true, it was the mam. al- "- '.r'u-.emotive tor their vote in iu lavor. uer pwty. of course, many of whom v -the call lor ihe ww'"-. "Je diiiMio of emancipation, much Um j eBl a'P''.":ili4. observed, that when the call B it yon n ..,; u a answ er d by so immense fail" 1 . that moment the question m !y V a tew, at leasL Thoee few were 'p fate citizens, unambiUoua of political VBfiate ciuic" , , . (vjv,.fIi,- rv v- P , .nriutiBS directly...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 March 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. Tha Knickerbocker" for February buben for soma days pub'.Uhed. Among iU contents, ara coma clever sketches titled "Leaves from aa African Journal," and a copy of veriea en titled "S teniae to a Lady, with a bead of E Una," which are fall of thought, yet ran aa lightly and airily aa if they had no burden to curry. For example: The goddess of tho wooda and fields, Tbe healthful hantrees, nndetiled, Now with her fabled brother yields To sialeet Mary and her child. Bat chastity and truth remain Still the same virtues as of yore, Whether wo kneel in Christian fan Or old mythologies adore. What though the symbol were a lie. Since the ripe world hath wiser grown, If aay goodness grew thereby, I will not scorn it for mine own. So I selected Diaa's head From out the artist's glittering show; And I will giro this gift, I said, Unto the chastest maid I kaow. To her whose quiet life hath been Tbe mirror of as calm a heart; Above temptation from the din Of cities and the pomp ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 March 1849

1 "prove all things; n old '.past that which is good." VOLUME II. THE EXAMINER; sUlsbas VYaaUy . JeBo Bl.asil doot baioat telha PoalOBle. TEltnii TWO DOLLAR til ANNUM. IN ADVANCE, 611 COPIES FOR TEN DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, ( From the Ltsinfto Observer A Reporter. letter Mr. Clay taa eject f alavery floa LmmmcIMb. New Oileaks, Feb. 17. 1S49. ntl, Sib Prior to rnv departure from home in nj,,m)r test, in behalf of yourself and other 1-iMicKyon obtained from me a promise to make .public eipoeiuon of my view and opinions upon . -r.. and imooj tan t question which, it was then nuciDaied. would mueri debated and consider ed by the people of Kentucky, during Una year, in teosNuuce of the epproachioj Convention, sum ,.nH to amend their present Oonsuluuoa. I a as no: entirely ell alienl left home, and owing to . ..,w nd mf confinement several weekaj a , mi soiourn in this city, from the ffU of an accident which betel me, I have been delayed in iha fulfilment f uiy ptomter, srfcich I w pn vy to...

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