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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 June 1848

i»S ..ms A' a -y. 5s •if'. .. f"J 4 f-,f/ ,v 5 '«. .« «».* 3*t *1 fiiS' •f I I 1 WHOLE NO. 338 DAVID S. DWALDSO, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION I* ADVANCE (W 00 WITHW THE AT YEAR 1 50 THE END OF THE YBAE 3 00 TERMS OP ADVERTISING OXB SAT'AUB THREE WEEK* II 00 EACH ADDITIONAL INHERTIO* PEE SQUARE.... ?S {CT Liberal deduction* fur longer lima and greater apace. From the Indiana Ktalo Juurnal. To the Voters of the Stale or Indiluia. FELLOW CITIZENS :—At a late session of the Indiana Slate Education Society, held in this city, May 26, 1848, the fol lowing Resolution was unanimously adopted "Resolved, That a committee ol five be appointed to address an appeal to the people of the Slate, on the propriety and importance of voting in favor of Free Schools at the coming August election.'1 The undersigned were appointed said committee, and in behalf of the Slate Education Society, issue this address. The State Legislature, at its session in 1047-8, passed a joint resolution invi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 June 1848

'.V WW. 'fl--it •vi' Sfe fa* $3$ iss riv MS Till EXPRESS. E E A Wednesday Morning, June 14,1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. ZACIIARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorial F-Iector*. JOSKPH G. MAKHHALL, of JefTor»«n. OODLOVF. P. OltTH, of Tippecanoe. Dlrtrlct Klectnrs. IH District— Jons PITCHBB, of Vornr. 'M 3.1 4i r.iH JOHN s. DAVM, fith "th Sih Pit of Floyd. ftlll.TfiN Omton, of Dearborn. DAVIO P. HOI.I.OWAV, of Wayne. THOMAS D. WAIOI.B,of Hancock. I.OVBI. H. UotiKSr.AU, of Greene. KNWADD W.IWOOAIT«II«V, of Parke. JAMB* V. PriT.of Clliunn. PANN:R. P. PRATT. 10th of Cnm. DAVID Kii.fioim, of Delaware. "Our .Fla»sr is "Watchman, wliatof ilio nlplitl lVlioliI tlio morning cometli." Tt is with feelings of unmiui led satisfaction that we ca»»t our ig to the brerzo this week, upon whose implc folds nre inscribed the honored names of Tatioh 'in(I Ffi.i.MoiiE. as the whig candidates for the highest ollites within ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 June 1848

a VliiK WBMC, ]UccliiiK! At a.meeting of Iho whigs of Vign county, held June 10th, 1848, atHhc Court-House, in Terre-Haute, pursuant ((^previous public notice, on motion of Dr. Patrick, Jonas W. Baker was called to the chair, and George Husacy appointed Secretary. The opinion of tfie meeting wa* expre««d in favor of holding aconvcntion^ by vole OA a teaolalion, for the purpose of nominating a tickct for the ensuing August election. The following resolution wag then adopted, a* the proper method of •electing candidate* for the Legislature. Resolved, '1'liot the whig* of Vigo county, !H* requested to meet in MAS-"* MBBTlNfJ, at the Court-House, on Saturday, the 24 th of June, in#!., dor the purpose of nominating a ticket to be «4ipported at the August election, (or the Legislature. Ordered that the proceedings of this meeting IKS published in the Wabash Express and Courier, and (hat notices be sent into the townships, •calling a Maw meeting on the 24lh inst. The •meeting then aJjnurne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 June 1848

-ft Shooting *f Robertson at Point Cotipcc. The Concordia Intelligencer furnishes the following inuchino account of the sad tjccurretice at Point Coupee, of which we }av« given a short notice: On the night of Motitlav, the 15ih insl., the residence of Eutrene Vtile. Esq., near The senses of the whole people of the parish were stunned with the intelligence. The two men who had given such a fearful finale to this occasion of festivity were well related, and of equal personal respectability. The)/ had been brothers in law! Adams was a widower, having been the husband of Robertson's deceased sister Robertson expired on the succeeding evening. Adams surrendered himself in open court oil Saturday morning, and claimed to bo admitted to bail. The District Attorney, I\ A. Roy, Esq., having been apprised of his intention, was [irepared with witnesses for the Slate. The court, after a full hearing of the evidenre on both sides, judged the ease one ol manslaughter, and held Adams lo bail in -th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 June 1848

WHOLE NO. 339. DAVID S. DANALDSOI*, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IS* ADVAHCB WITHIN THB YEAR AT THE END OR THE YEAR S E E E O E America, I love thee (till, There'* elorjr In thy name, There'* brightnew beaming from thjr birth, And Honor from thy fame. There's beauty In thy naked soil, Bespeaking: amllea of love, Thy rock* and blooming wild* proclaim (Protection from above. America. I love thee still, Bcnoath thy valliea rest, Tim pilgrim* of a tyrant's power Brighijemblem* of the bleat. Around them clothed in silence, lis The mouldering patriot's fame, Embalmed ill sacred raem'ry's lire, •immortal hennrs claim. Amwict, I love fhee still— Thou art my Rative land Thy 'joys, so pure, can ne'er be found Upon a foreign strand. Though pl*a*iirt)'i path and fortuRe's «miles In other clime* seem* "fair, The brightest of their hope* and joys Can naught with thee compare. America, I lovo thee mill— Resplendent glories gloam Through all thy deed*, the «acred light Shall ever bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 June 1848

THE EXPRESS. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA.' FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Seni*tnrlnl Kleetors. JOSEPH O. MAR^HAI.t*. of Jeffers»n. OOVlJOVV. H. OKTU, of Tippecanoe. Wlstrle.t Kleelori. J«l District—Jon* PlTCHRR, of PodP* 2.1 3.1 4ih fill. Clh 7lh «ih Dili lOih JOHN S. DAVIB, of Klnytl. MII.TOK GRBOO, of HOI.I.OWAV»carbnrn. JUviD P. of \Vajrn». THOMAS I). WAI.POLR, »f Hnncick. I.OVRI. II. Kiiw**ti*I'. of ORPONP. KIIWARD W. IMcfi A I'niiRV, of Parka. JAMK* F. SriT. of Climon. DANISH. I. I'RATT. »f CUM. DAVISI KIUHXIB, »f Detnware. Wliljf Itlwlinp. W« hope lhe whigs will recollect the meeting at the Court House on Saturday next. It is very important that a Urge gathering should be had, as upon it depends the interests of the county and the State. Oj" Remember Saturday, the 241h instont, at two o'clock at the Court-House in Terre- Hnute. O* In looking over the names of the members of the whig National Conve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 June 1848

I mm WAUAS1I COLLC( L. The Annu.il Commencement will be on ihc twentieth of July. instead or 29th. as published by mistake in the Catalogue. The Examination* will begin on Monday, ihe 10th and the Public •Exercise* of Commencement week, with Prize speaking, on Momhv evening, July 17ih. E.O. HOVEV. Clerk of the Faculty. Ornwfordsville, June 21, 1848. Wlioopinff Cnt«grli and rronp. To PARKXTS—JATNR'S EXPKCTORAXT, is without ex cpptlon ihe mi«t valuable preparation in use. for the above disease*. I converts Who-tping Cough into mild and tractable iline««. ami shortens its duration more than one-half. am! produce* a certain and speedy recovery. From half to one tea spoonful, will certainly cure Croup In infants and voun- children. In half an boor's time. The lives of hundreds of infants will be aared annually, by always keeping it on band ready fur •every emergency. Sowell nnd Summer Complaint. l)r. JAYiVK. N'o.fl, Fouth THIRD Street is wllline to guarantee that his CABMINATIVR BALSAM w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 June 1848

"X. ,- \f**f American* Forwiirmiil of tlieir True Danger. Now and then a foreign writer does America justice and ihe time seems approaching when our insiiiutious will be understood and appreciated by civilized State Bank and Bran par nations, and whatever is excellent in them lions. If the N«rtli American republic should fall lo piece? in our day. and we believe that every friend to human happiness must now wish the catastrophe svertd, it will probably be neither from conyur.it nor defeat, external prosperity nor adversity, but from moral weakness at home." Ye#: and statesmen, legislators, and armies, have less lo do with imparling moral strength—true conservatism—than pastors, missionaries, colporteurs, bibles, Ttntl good honks. That •'righteousness which exalieth a naiion," is found in the means of sound morality and true piety in the homes and hearts of the people. With litis fur our heritage, all the external foes in the universe cannot crush us •without it, our institutions are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 June 1848

*•$! m#i *+*t V-. **-(.4*£* S »\.T W V. -mi J*, v: 1) tO WHOLE NO. 340. DAVID S. DAIVALDSO^, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVAHCB F? 00 WITHIN THB YEAR 2 60 AT THIS B.ID OF THB YBAR 3 00 TERMS OP ADVERTISING OXB S4DABB TRRBB WBCK* SI 00 EACH ADDITIOKAL INSERTION PBR SAUAIII "5 8Cr Liberal deduction* fur longer lime «al greater •PAC«- JSfcti- Wedncsday Morning, June 28,1848. VOICE OF TIIE WHIG PRESS. TIIO IVonifnatioii Susiniucd. We give below, some of the evidencen o{ the univer«!il popularilyof Geu. Taylor, copicd or written, from what we ha*e seen in our exchanges. We have no hesitation in saying, that (he nominal ions are as accept* able, generally, as any that could have been cfrTain, beyond a made, and that the whig candidates will be triumphantly sustained by the people at the ballot box. The Cambridge Revielle, an original Clay paper, warmly for Clay heretofore, adopts the ticket and earnestly defends General Taylor tgainsl the merciless attacks that are al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 June 1848

,„ HIE EXPRESS. lonch E E A E Wednesday Morning, June 28, 1848. THE PEOPLES5 TICKET, FOR PRESIDENT, ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMOIIE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorial Klecfor*. JOSEPH O. MARSHALL, of Jeffcrs»n. OODLOVE R. ORTH, of Tippecanoe. District F.leclors. J«t District—JOHM PcmieR, of Posey. «2.T JOHW S. DAVIS, »f Floyd. 3,1 it, TON ORion, of Dearborn. •Hh DAVIB Bill P. Hoi.i.ow*r. of Wayne. THOWAD I). WALVOI-E, The Inle of Hancock. 6th I.OVEI. Ron"*"' ATI. of 7I.LI Krw*sn W. McQAnonsv, of Parke. ?th JAMB* F. HIMT, of Cliiuon. 9lll OAHIKF. D. PBATT, .f C*SS. LOLH DAVID KII.OORK, of Delaware. WIIIR Meeting. On 8.iturday laxt, according to previou* notice, a very considerable number of the Whin* of Vipo. assembled al the Court-House, in thi* place, 'She proceedings of which meeting will be noticed in another place. In the midst of harvest, we were rather surprised to see such a respectable gslbefing.'^ut wc had sent out word lhat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 June 1848

ft-' BARNBURNER'S COSTEKTIOSf. Martin Tan Burcn Nominated ,""* BUFFALO, J11ST IJURSR Jane 23d. The Utics Convention have nominated MARTIN VAN B1JREN for Pre.ident, and HENRY DODGE, of Wisconsin, for Vice President. Bnrnbumer's Con venilon—Second Dispatch. There mmi to be no doabt ibat Martin Van Buren, despite the letter read by Benjamin F. flutter from him, in which is expressed hie desire to remain in private life, wilt accept the riomins(ion. After the nominations were made, a large mass meeting was held, which was addressed by Messrs. Marcus Morton and Taylor, of Cincinnati. The Convention passed a free soil resolution, -in favor of disposing of the public land to actual settler* at a price barely sufficient to pay expenses •of surveying. A plan for organising the campaign was read, -and the Convention then finally adjourned. The Sentiments of Two Men. The hearts of the people mutt be pre• /paredfor WAR."—Lewis Cass, in the Senate of the United States. "I sincerely rejoice at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 June 1848

mm Ifif -it* Panics in ivw /kf '. Thr p..li,iciail8 ofNew Vorl/,car Taylor, ta hf litter confusion. While iho iie** a oId hunkers are denouncing eg/,!, ,rt W ,Tt,er' and tftoro i* a comr/*!wl,,"m ,hc ,,e,n0* cratic rank., the wW J*9r'*» ",,,t »"'ch more harmonious ciur^in friends of Mr* Clay having denou/3 th* "«'"''iatihn an(Myrii^8e8lei'" r.f Gen. union w'lh an the barn­ burners' in Jminalion of ibinl candidate* for ice President President finV^,c-' "resident. foil* of General* Cass and Butler—the second .. *. ... A** ihe Clay whigs at the Broadway hou»e-m.U liimiin^ IiIk Km) on liiifh side* of ihe river, and coiiiiiiued, "a little time Ago the democrat* claimed (Jftiiernl Tavlor, nnd now the whit'* claim him —«o to which he, lielonu I will not »v. '1'lie (Jlny Whin mi-etina wag addrewd t»v Men*r». VVatsuer. (The Pouihk',e|iKit!1'Ui-k-iiiilh) Horace firecly. John W. Fowler and Dudley Si-I-ilrn. E ich of thci*« i|ienkera went anaiiiHt the liomiiMitiiin of (irnaral Taylor lint Mr. (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 July 1848

4 Uf4 WHOLE NO. 341 JDAVID S. DAi\ALDSO^, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 'TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: T* ADVAKCH. .,....#2 00 WITIIW THE YEAR 2 60 AT THE BXD or TUB YJUB ...3 00 TERMS OP ADVERTISING^ 0*S Sao ARB TIIBBS WEEKS tl 00 EACH ADDITIONAL [W*BBTH!« run S«.CARE.... ?S 5CT Liberal d«ductjoiu for lonjer time and greater apace. SPEECH OF R. W. TIIOIPSOIV, O I N I A N A At a great RATIFICATION MEETING held in Baltimore, Maryland, on the 20th ult. Mr. Thompson, among many others, invited to be present. i.f W The following is the report of his speech on that occasion, which we find in the Baltimore Patriot, of June 21st: Mr. Thompson took the stand and was cordially received. He said, he felt no little embarrassment in appearing before the people of Baltimore here assembled, on this occasion. They had met in the expectation of hearing the distinguished Senator from Massachusetts, (Mr. Webster,) whose severe indisposition was so much a cause for regret* and whose inability to appear here was BO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 July 1848

Tilt EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, July, 5, 1848. BZ'Tzrrzz— THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Henntorlnl KIf«)nr». JOSEPH G. MARSHALL, of Jeffers«n. GODLOVK H. OKTH. of Tippecanoe, ninfrlet. F.lec(ir». Jit District—Jo«j» Prrrirsn, of Pwer. 2d ,TI 1th Mil mil 7th •*th 91 linli JOHN S. DAVIK, of Hloyd. MH.TON FJAITNO. of l»*»rborn. P. HOI.LOWAY. of W*jrn». THOMAP T. WAT.POI.P.. ofHanroek. I.OVKL H. ROU*«KAU. "f Green*. KnwARD W. McGAPaiier, of Parke. JAMES F. Herr. of Clinton. IUMIKI. 0. PRATT, of Cass. DAVID KIIOOBB, of pnUw«rn. Mr. Van Biirrii Candidate for llie I'midciicy. On the 2&1 of Inst IIIOIItli, the dimi fleeted Barn•^turner wing of the New York Democracy, licit! a •Convention nt I'tica, at which lime anil place, and 1II the cour»c of their proceeding*, the Hon. MARTIN VAN BUREN kd put in nomination for the Presidency, and later news give* the assurmic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 July 1848

ti Wednesday Morning, July 5, 1848. Our National Jnbilcc. JULY 4, 1S48. This day was handsomely celebrated all orer Terre-Haute, and everybody ceremonies I,anu- participated in the At sunrise, a national salute of .thirteen" guns was fired from the eminence near the Prairie House, accompanied by the ringing of aii the bells in town for half an hour. Soon after breakfact, the scholar* of several Sabbath Schools as- •entitled under their teachera and superintendents, near Mr. Gilbert's cottage, and in a procession of tiear 600 strong, with martial music, marched to 'the Poblic Square, where seats were provided in 'the open ground, fur the Court-Honse could not 'have held the vast assemblage. The ceremonies 'here were several sweet anthems hy the choir, aiWrtl by instruments, and an address by Thw H. Nctsox, Esq., of Ttockville, which, for purity of style, moving eloquence and brilliant periods, "we have seldom heard equalled. The speaker'* apostrophe to the Bible was remarkably fine, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 5 July 1848

MM&rtaMtfateidga. IK U-W Klfwhtr- jLAttiartinc—Cstss mid Taylor, We take it that few more illustrious names than that borne by La mar tine, will be handed down from the present age to future generations,*|What lie utters in his deliberate moments, may well be ireasoredup ia the minds of his contemporaries and of all that he has uttered,of the many grand and just sentiments that have escaped from his lips, f«w ore inspired with a nobler ot truer life than the spirit which animated his reply to a resolution in the National Assembly, ta.oking to aggressive hostilities on the part o{ France. A corps was raised for preparing an army for an immediate movement, in order to establish, by force of arms, Polish independence: "Know," said Lamartine, in reply, "know that the Provisional Government has but one sole thought, it was to remit to you Francethai France which the people had confided to it, in the peace with Foreign Powers, for it is in the name of the People— it is by the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 July 1848

WHOfcE NO. 342. DAVID S. DAXALDSOIV, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION IN AD A GKX.TATLOR rROSCIMaK's NO $? 00 WITHIM THB YEAR., 250 AT THK BSD OP TUB YBAR 3 00 TERMS OP ADVERTISING OXB SarARK THBBB WEEK* 1 00 KACH ADDITIOS*AL I.VSBBTIOM PER SQUARE.... 15 OCT Liberal deduction* for »p*ce. longer time and greater Fmin the Pittsburgh Gazette 19th ult. General Taylor's Character. Mr. Crittenden's speech to ihe friend* of Taylor urn! Fillmore, nt Murray's Yard, on Friday •evening, was almost wholly an eloquent, warmhearted eulogy of the character of Gen. Taylor, public and private. A few of the point* commented on, nre a* follow*: (We do not pretend to give the exact lanquwge.) OKYKRA I. TATLnn Iff A WLLTO. Thi*. the speaker said, lie declared from hi* •own knnvvb'ilue. He is a Whig, a good VVhie, thorough Whig. I know him to he a Whig, Imt not an ultra Whig. All hi« political feeling* are identified with the Whig parly. CKMMIAL TATLOII r* A?f HOSTEST NIX. On the uprightncsso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 July 1848

THE EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, July 12,1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. ZACHARY TAYLOR OP LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Srnnforlnl Ktectors. JOSEPH G. MAKPHAIX, nf Jt,ffcrs..n. OODLOVF. 8. ORTH, of Tipp«cano«. District Klrrfora. 1st District—JOHN PITCHER, of Poser. JOHN S. DAVIS, of Ktnjrrt. !M Mil.TON ORIOO. of Ieart*rn. 4th D»VID P. HOI.I.OWAV, of Warn*. MH THOMAS D. WALPOI.B, of Hancock, *ih T.OVEI. H. Roir*a»ATJ, nf Greene. 7ih HOWARD W. MCGAUOHSV,of Parke. Sth JAMES F. HCIT, »f Climon. OFLL DANIRI. P. PRATT. of C»SS. lOlh DAVID KII.OOBB, of Delaware. Reliable CorrcspoiHlriirc. The Slate Sentinel publishes letter from this fd ice, under date of June 26, nml over Ihe signa- lire ol "old Riley" from which wccxtract the following: "You may relv upon it thut N very considerable number nf whigs in Vigo will riot support Tay1or. Dille, Gluzier &. Co. are out against liim •openlv. Hut liy far the large...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 July 1848

Sfpi mm amrnmnimbi Wednesday Morning, July 12,1848. SONS OF TEMPERANCE. On Friday night last, at the Division room at the Town-Hall, the officers of No. 34 were duly installed, by D. O. W. P. Seymour Gookins, bn 'which occasion, on taking the chair the presiding officer, when called on, waa not prepared with a response. He submits the following to redeem the pledge then given: Near six years ago, the brother* OMTIH, who petance," and which, on this evening beholds this Division consisting of one hundred and seventy members, "da by way of Wisconain to Texas, and leaving our 'own happy land, it ha* taken root in London, in Mexico, and in California, and must ultimately •cover the whole civilized, and we hope the heath­ en world. No hand can pen, no mind can conreive the vast amount of good which will result to mankind from this small starting point in New York, when two brother* put a ball in motion which has already carried peace, happiness and Priming Office, of tha morning it flew ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 12 July 1848

From thl Boston Atlas. Taylor's lioiniiialion. Never was there a nomination more fairly made than thai of General Taylor. We were present and can speak from observation. It will be said, however, that the South look undue advantages in the Convention, but by whosomever this charge is made or may be made, we challenge him to tht proof. There was uuthing done that was not honorable and above-board. The Convention on every ballot adopted the open, manly, viva voce vote. The constituents of every delegate are therefore aware of how their «lel-eg'-ile voted and for whom he voted. Every Congressional district in every free State, in the Union, was represented with the exception of two in Illinois, while there were ten districts in the slaveholding States, seven in South Carolinia, two in Alabama, and one in Missouri, which were not represented, and therefore had no vote. This simple fact shows that the North, even in proportion toils power, was more fully represented than the South in the...

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