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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 September 1867

mmmm Sept. 7, 1867—3w had a He calls mi,- fn^ing an peace, but war cite the bourse, oiaes, apon rests, iPPi to J udge Mabrey, who handred dollars and then remits fine.— The criminal rides off iu tri- , and is the hereof the occasion." indictments against Guest, and called on persons to go with him and seek him. They declined were fined, and upon some were N. S. Rector, administrator of S. L. Leonard, de- , . Hi Mj final account currant far thesettlemei& of said estate, and as said ac- count wiU be acted upon at the next regular term of the County Court of Travis county, to be WW at the court-house in the city of Austin, on tbe hurt Monday of September, 1867, notice, therefore, m hereby giren to all persons inter- ested to appear and show cause, if any, why the same should not he approved tbe 7th mili to 12 miles Mill farther ■but the best I Witness my official signature, this 6th day hauling to dp all Sail from my mill to the city iCi?^ -^;£sSs%i ,-vl* A nafín ai* *A UMfont'c ií...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 September 1867

mm, seat on „ STIENER'S ■ tOj,- the windows ««íes, and the house trembled at every discharge, j I was fast becoming calm again— gly calm—when pheard some- . rapidly walking ap stare, and thea weU known voice Shouting oar names. It was old whom I had sent tjjj£ day be- visions. My fether's and my grandfa- S . . •. ; row-offering their ■. JpM prices, and are : plies ot tresh goods^ <--•->—almost every variety, ÉgMM| ||| RTMENT Will befall THE GROCER hoard. % READY MADE HM )**■■■■■ Call and examine apHHf. Austin, August 3, IMPROVED REAPERS AND MOWERS. ■ , - L¿ia Famishing Goods, Boots and Shoe , Hats, Notions, &e. ': ES. WOOD'S BUILDING, Strand Street, Galveston, Texas. &- Office, J. Blum 4 Co., 55 Warren St., New York. ' jan!9-ly >WMm i "áíííí i Sifí : poor i pride, LrtlIHG. ~u : ^eyes. , and sing oat clear ■ft*** gpg§pl§S athletic still than many a had clung to the poor rent* of "the family," as he called us, wa&aa deaf to the idea of "freedom" as any post. My he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 September 1867

BSliPlI m 1111 Wm pas . m ■rssmm as pjjs^gj CAPRICE. And when he I shall be sitting here to I I And he will bow tom«,I fe;--ÁM ■ i sang a low JH mcr mfin raised xae young maiden turned awy and blushed, Pi " I am a fool," she " _ Artd AGENCY A pink^eyed rabbit, white as milk. g|| ^By thefause towtÜBwIl«t day; She took her bird from the window; ¡g "He need not look this way." She sat at her piano long, • Ami sighedandpkyed adeath-aad song. Bat when the day was done, alie said, "I wiah that hie wouW come ? he'rang.'she wenfr-4h elf !— ! went and let him in herself. j fnll long together, s#ig, deiith-sad; HHHMMHRP I- a—i robin woke from dumber, jjjllffii 5 Smiths Con- f a sar$ 001 * INrtW ffu. flnfi i Jan 12-i v mmms i and Com- WíL, B And while her I ? Her will i ■ . ... ' I to. ICATES • I come now to address my colored hearers exclusively. I wish to disabuse your minds of some dangerous errors, giye jou some wholesome advice, and point out the way which, if dilligently followed, will l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 September 1867

Iiate ' in mtwm. tioned, "its deficiency of informa- We venture the of the ers, of Congress may be t branded as guilty of. hint her way to Crockett and with an aunt until he advised her of the route she must take to reach this easy victim, and have of two er three hun- feel the mortification more keenly than the It ié the second ! fallen a victim afidenceman." i from his > liar. He is about five feet «evén or eight inches in height, slim, with small fea- tures and moustache, dark complexion and black hair, a little gray—eye of a greyish hue. His manner is genteel, elicited the approbation men, much to our snr- yery difficultto fed a for granted thafasingle actof Sickles is not a justification — hold that a single act would be; not the Bulletin aware of the ten- and disposition manifested all over the country toignore the judieia- civü law's? Besides, this fl our iHVlT StüÍG the mandate of the U. S. Cipfrt for this Marshal so inade his re- The radical papers of Texas; to be loyal,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 September 1867

o interfere «If®! Pre- , I . j and who was at one time , canons situation, is now We hope m a short tí out in the busy world, prospering may above OF TEXAS, M867. . ' Her be prond of philosophers, , boots, countrymen of Humbolt, Goethe, Schiller and or their descendants, brinj down to the standard of uongo or t It is not to be credited. In Texas they were opposed to very, but we do not believe they will court or sanction negro domina- nt of Ed- Lambert & Co., Bankers and Bro- No. 8, Wall street New York. ———m# &c.—Alexander & been receiving new drugs, everything The: befar- for an cosmet* i- m ' We have Weriein of a call from Mr# N. 0. successor of Dealer in Music of all kinds, is the agent for La. and > celebrated New Scale on Monday evening last, and the fol- r the ensuing McLaughlin, j. Can, Vitíe President; Secretary; W.^Moore, r; Sidney A. Drake, are now about one these Associations t and Canada, organ granted by the leal Union of North The Printers of the countr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 September 1867

At the r AS on hand, and is constantly receiving,, . a well selected stock of dry A RE now A. reduced of fresh Embracing ALMOST ■ whether for EVERT VARIETY, or use. - :... i®!. ved a prion, mllE next session of this school,« JL for t he instruction of young i will open od v- r:' -fc.'fc- ^fcfc MONDAY, 5 in the basement of the M. E. Glmreh. BOOTS. SHOES. HA®, AC., AC., Also a large and well selected stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, Men, Boys and Youths. Cali and examine for , | -vj ap)>6tf. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. "I THE fc DEPARTMENT Will he- fall tna. constant dunning; i two to twenty, a burden from w? us not, ■ oar neighbors might - ! theirs. at home to mend i others; ee, if it were not, [were brothers. Oh would that we bad charity, Who know "to err 7 É ■ [fcfclÉfeen let i Lot's lift óéar i ]■ i And as we journey dawn life's road, "Do good to one another." twenty at ~ls which the require; blind I The twelve chief tein England have room for littte over 900 scholars, but at the cen- o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 September 1867

B, Attorney and Conn C." " agency. 55 — and sale of real estate; adjustment ÉH sea jas. records on i of enquiry. Í & TODD, Gun , Austin, Texas. Smiths, Vcat- eleaned and] Give him a «31! JanlS-ly mm :i : S A. PITTS & CO., Auction and Cam- Merchants, Mill's cornet, Coi Avenue, Austin, Texas. Regular auction sales Saturday. Special the week. On hand, and arjiv- , a fall supply of STAPLE DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, - . Which e offer low for cash, or in exchange sia< All with the 1 Int Under ti sod and the dew, Waitingthe judgment day; r Heder the laurel, the Blue; Under thewflfow, the Grey. Front the silence of sorrowful hours rgff. "USÉ"* with for the friend Sid the foe; Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the wees, the Bine; Under the liliiee, the Grey. tender, 1 for ¿i; & the clew, eat day; the Blue; the G*ey# On the 1 Undor the sod í mm for country produce. dec22-ti ¡Ü8! I R. WOBBALL (has resumed business as) LAND- AGENT, -r- f THE CITY OF— AUSTIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 September 1867

mote than Northern Democra- ust charges, prefer- which he could z that the North- been true to and that, af- their Southern even to secession, .1- lishment of the national authority i *lws' t*ie e these is meant b. the 1not ^ h? ;<*«* article, but the revo-¡ or now la progress, thé so many* hearts with f ^,aa pe^Jove^ 0*cers ami issued his , jg I!OÍ a fair statement of the matter and _____ and alarm. It is not every i pyPCiama|jjg|?t(> ai^ especially to j does, gross injustice to the- Northern m revolution that is attended with blood which lie is commander- • Democracy. It is trae that they,#in jabed. Sygjsi m accomplished with-j ^id # the observance of the;¡the main, agredí with the South .On the c'd to subdue and Wm¿ t, to arniSj, to the axe or to i ami thc' nwiuteiuuice of the oivil gallows. The weaker party mt ¡ a«thority of the courts. This patri- ot to the force of the stronger, and j ^ic coor*e* exasperated the con- form of government is changed ! 8Pi^tü,H b<^0I,d bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 September 1867

P¡¡¡SSSÉ¡llÍ a y are now , and the defeat of | rage in Ohio seems conceded. * Id has: the following: angor, Maixe, Sept. 10—The re- of the election yesterday, in Maine, has astonished both parties. The immense Republican majority of lagt year, which was 28,000, has b« , at the time they t the benefits of this actually in civil, t or cua- ba , and aU _ ' secretly or ition of the States^ or in any dam- whereof I have signed its with my hand, and hav£ the seal of the United States to Done at the city of Wash- 7 th day of September, Ahdrew Johnson. the President. Secretary of State. 7RDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867. The El Paso Mail.—Our old ac- e, B. P. Piclin, Esq., has ¡ in our city for a few days on his way to San Antonio. He is now con- tractor for carrying the. mail from San to El Paso. We suppose are impossible, at present, on of the Indians. But when- ever it caa be done, Ficlm is the man them through. Before the war, he had the Salt Lake route, experience and great eit- last yes nearl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 September 1867

___é w^- TBE TRIBUNE ■ 11 rork Tribune Baa It says that its . in order to ¿«gire a for his paper,, contracted Cariyle, the Engtísh^eyj- dollare in gold, fo^M$le£ H| H t to make a printing of weeks, three, fb¿r or S- * b come according to «ourse « IB donht at th«^ ?«ir . ■ _ doubt- Mrs. Ida Wackk wili give or with such grace as a man piMK>, Guitar and Melodeon. in- paying for a whipping!—: ^-Arrangements have been made . " article is a "direct and young ladies can proeure board in good ÍM, near the Institute. . , , * B. J. SMITH, Principal. EDUCATIONAL. . Cr>— Hio nnftoriíiñ^ ' W ific j W,Vp51UH ■HHI Bar. k J DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, fte. T P WASHINGTON, & SON, i DRY . GOODS AND BÍ CLOTHING. TlfOá E. CATER. j|gg *«f®NJBR BTJIL1)ING, ¡CONGRESS ~ - - - ATENUE. to Rutherford, Rector á; Ce.) At the Dotriech Comer, i Congress Avenue, Austin', Tex., 11 ' ■ must be. feal . „ H Where there is never a 1 And mother, she «y , i the Tribune hss'ever advocated or countenanced.' In the foll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 September 1867

>s.\ MBéí Ife "M ' J "; '%fÉÉÍ - -■ m r- ai ia*. r-; r and Conn 0ct2My —~ ■ sm si ("«aqtnry. ocUl-ly ' uc-tion and Cym- . matting, iñ ' made,) •.."■• ..f* • ; t-ompaniáw leUta chatting. v. ;; oluble discourse, f their tongues wnre rouing, Asb&bit biífe ea'-h «peaks—perforce, ™" ' i Ireiik i the other cunning- vr State, nor can that capital ted en-1 A TUNNEL THROUGH A 70, to as great V variety of Had the. city BLE FSAT Oi' EXGINi ZKAtAND. itory north of Mason and Dix-J . , , ¿ she was In Texas,, her cit-1 ■■ engineers have now would have been counted J pieted a railway tunnel tb. -the hundred thousand, she came range in New Zelan d have been close I v knit to the' P'ains the Canterbury of the world by a system of; the southern of the two i) instead of the prarie fiat boat ,; ol New Zeland, are dm would long since have-i Por- of Ly ttleton by almost ibehood, at length, impatient grown With scandals of her own feeation %id, "Since we two are #ite alone, And nicely screened from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 September 1867

mm . • wat m&m have Been removed by ¡The R. Shropshire,; 1st Diet.—M. D. Ector, 6th- was the motto on ; gotte úp to St. Louis, M of siguiScancy one of These ve been rem the retyped. It seems titoes, the life of an ed tcry of the to a King but, perhaps, not with r name, it to take the place of the President. He. like Cromwell, battle to this ¡ soon kicfc the ramp out of the under some or an- arKj reign alone. ' 'No more Presi government is safe for This is now the radical cry. The in*tincte and in- years they have been abusing Andrew Johnson because he stood in ■■ itor is somewhat monotonous. a science. ■ tains a < . , fson, of to be used ¡ „ .. ' Carolina. compunctions of con- j this delectable sheet, ult., is an article headed, /' -which con- st Hill aná John- and Perry, of South and is is badly Dtt evidently been the greater part ontana volunteers have It is, perhaps, refreshing to inforced by 80 men and one piece of ÍlgjÍgfHÍ(MiiMM0MÍÉIll¡¡fiiM Capitol; sort of treadmill—í...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 September 1867

PC?? -X'* will continue 10 of the per- : duties. yü© Xrev.J&a. ,-1st Lieut. 2ist U. 3. In'ÍT, Gol. ü. 3. A., A. A, A, ú. Ü. S. A. peli- t on an early a It havin that íü Female Ixstitcts — Particular atten- r is called to the new Female Insti- 3£7«n£ I by gg 3^sVeig^ at ' ~ '^HBS (■■parties AiiTERs, OisTKicroF Lucaus*. Orleans;. Sept. I % i8§7. No. 11. . come to the know! 'ipsn .« parts of this State the of armed men for political is of frequent occur- dfeposed citizens my earnest wishes, as you have efforts in times gone by, in the and most trying perils, to pre- the Union of these States, to re- face and harmony to our dis- ;>vni divided country ; and you I have my last efforts in vindica- tion of the flag of the Republic, and of th<v PrtTíoiifftíinri nf nnir f-imaM ^ f im. confidence ttx Finnin, at rae tices, and the PoqtnflW ut ulc,l!-!t;utij ana staxreas, wumn ynu .. command, wall arrest and retain until as sentinels or ordered that Such acts tending to mast be at once...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 September 1867

- __ L V- * - . Sí - -- -- - r:- MM -£= ■- - . «... HMÉMHBHI " 1 State, the fe- DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, kc, cío-, pry goods; and clothing. EDUCATIONAL. AUSTIN COLLEGIATE XNSTITXTTB StWlt#: IS ü action, Si T H ° s E c a T k 11 > ^ - er a- S BUILDING, AVENGE. € i|67.^undcr the assisted Iff . . IféOf-i. — or the rebel States. ^ unexpected and dangerous rev. >. " ' ,ry experiment has given the BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, &C-, &C.¡, voice to the California election. Alt„ a aud , cil 8tock of may be the superficial explu of Septemlrer oí the Rev. B. J. Smith, mi fall E F. E^iug. Geo, W, Ilortun. Tally RICHARD C. HABI, of Georgetown, Tesas ) —with— EW1NG & COMPANY.. :■ :W3 &í ÍS& - * -Bwgas? SSfc VT JI. P. ( coqjsui eompcreut teacaer?. TO íp£Qé, ■weeks, threej four or ávc dollars ner month", constantly receiving, according to course of Study pomSt oavaKJe . goods, ero- . at the close qfeaeh fourweeke. Bnrfc IFarehowe. Ea*t CO., . V,, O M MISS ION MERCHANTS. JP CHARLES HUMl|...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 October 1867

K^IIPPH^! gpp ? ^^^5333 — • ;:í f^mwWá- ^i:, ■ a „ ' ■ Bk v - ^felSÉi ..... . *. Wr mu , . ¡Sil «4 í> 1 *AT illWM >?ílÉilil •'•;• '---J" " • ' - - - ^sh l : TWILIGHT ■ -mm A. P1TIS 4 CO., Auction Miller's corner, Congress , Austin, Teína. auction Bales Saturday. Special week. On hand, and arm- ing.afallsnpplyof if STAPLE DRY GOODS AND GBOCEKIES, ¡§fjp Which we '* fat ooqptry produce. rM. H. CABR, Auction and Co dec22-tt w Merchant, Congress Aveiwe, Austin Texas. June8-tf ggp&ai EX). I 1ST 1ST X 1ST, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, IN HANCOCK'S BRICK BUILDING, Next don to the IWSce, C £ AÜSHK .....TEXAS. The —E2TKK5 TO— Wgá mm eolicii aag 17-tf iiJH 11 WZ* %h\ L R. WORRAL L (has resumed business as) LAND AGENT, —IS the CITY of— AUSTIN - - - 4 - TEXAS. the departments at Austin, 4 - inferences: Hill & Hill, Lawyers, Houston Texas. Brp^nA Lang, Mcht's, festón Htm. Wei. Sfcedman, lawyer, «arsoau Dr. J. W, Haynes, Merchant Dallas Mr. Geo. Dye, " Bwtittsvüie t. i fj Paidlev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 October 1867

* hSS®Sífei£-'!f!■k'J&s¡s¡gg?££ JSplP llÍlilSÍB y?yy^'$¡% , & time when tKe people of with the exception morn of returning But we need not of and millionaire bond weight of taxation, - '■ ^smm 9PHH box of matches, it may b# to know how the public money, wrung from their hard earnings, is by the corrupt who profeas to represent tliem. which for some time has bean endeavoring to rule the country independent of the other departments of the Government and in defiance of them, is cried up by the Radicals / -The the latest have of the Is it necee- our Next may be some say they fixed a reasonable in health and ne- it would have been profit realized. must be we trust there competition or better «íhhm. wmmtmm late city | the acme of patriotism and purity, whom the hopes of the nation's saf rest. This body has more than a two- thirds majority of radicals in both Housraplaving a complete control (jjewl is responsible for all ex- travagance or indirect stealing that is practiced or perm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 October 1867

SRI® ' - • • •' '• ]q;: ' ■ • '•-. •' •'■'i; mm —, 27Cofcson de- Orleans 9 6-8 f a 10,000 bales. m. y evening, more < the season. and baa declined 3-8.3 Orleans 9; disturb- j)t of the tKp 3N, Sept. 2?-—Frazer,Tren- & Co., case settled, terms un- ' y MMVKl ¡one of the moat ele- l one of the best Billiard of the famous* - 3, 2d size Tables, which establishment. IMÍÉÉhI i i-"' the council and do, é«d come merchant, George his remaimug le for Nashville. sa; ia are aes iu i>eing e Union aban- NaShville, Sept. 21.—Thomas holds ithtlie authorities to-day, that Gen. Cooper in a secret ■MB ~ jfgee three ways i necessary to meet the emergency, bul- lets, bayoneta and matches, York, Sept 2?.—Stock feverish. 1. Gold 143 1-4. Sterling un- Six per cent, coupons 13 7-8. ia Sixes, 50, | ¡g ¡ptpl ¡ 1 Péulasswhia, Septé ¡ 27.—Political exeitément increasing. Hancock, Sher- idanand Sfckles in the city. 1 City extended hospitalities to all ■ee. Mobile, Sept. 27.—Nine cases of yel- low fever r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 5 October 1867

-Vi -i.-'-; - ' ■ \ . :• y - í; ■ - r:JW^ i , jiiswwf >>H) y8 i" 'Séi htfiBH AS oh a well all gone and ! than half fnrnish- 5 a calamity which 1 had ?d *nd one which I saw no I GATE >'S BUILDING, and is constantly receivifig, stock of dry goods, gro- . I tried BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AC., &C., Abo a large and well selected stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, V for Mea, Boys and Youths. Call and examine for yourselves. >:W -"WWi apr-6ti'. T P- ,WASHINGTON, & ; it so 1 r«K. P&K 'and aadly say, "0 dear! Barely will not Yon gave rae the other a'tyondfr itajsam." "Well, yon must get it, Jfaéñ,. like ( '^°"But SL to me my pot " j \ ER DO^Éitering their stock on hand at 4tL? ¿L SfiS?""~*ms at the wiil give tratar and Arrangements young ladies cán iüesr eesr the Austin, August 3, old and well ... & C6MPANY, E. P. WING & COMPANY. "WISP Forwarding and Commission - Merehantt, " " : ' ' • - . . Brick Warehouse, East of M. B. Depot, ■ . * • & BRENHAM, TEXAS, | IBERAL ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 October 1867

■- ÉS3BSÍ£&Í LETTER FROM PARI om its executn , LUGGAGE; ORr LINES B Y A BRUTE. ia the; ringle Ufe Not She of wbc,m haa got a wife To bother bam with trunks And bandbosee, a load too great For nano or horse to bear. overweight, FeH ewe, as when your b de Lest Orthatbeleft behind; Her bafjsage as you travel down ihill, weighs more and more, And still, aababfer growi i your crown AND COLLKCTIXS AGENCY of real eétete; of eíam to the Sta pif iTI.IM" ceros, other property; #wl Federal government; «« ytmr head, records on áí*w¿n? PITTS k GO,, Auction & d Cbm- arid am?- : salea daring the week tsopplyof i STAPLE DRY GOODS AND GRi Which.we off®1" i0*.6* c®8)® <* inexchange mwi Commission i Texas. i all consignment . JmajMf her whom-^Bhoow iove; , „ ... "Nation whenyoo gain, ¿fr£ **- Ae lumber «Sowed, •H® tToara about it in *ha train i'fjur heart and soul oonode. Thus does your wife each journey spoil Of vouib that she nartakee, fret and boil, and comfort breaks, these boxes, all h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 October 1867

¡Kai it Albarti m ill ttor iti'i anci t a ci re- ar province to <6f secession ever doubted his devot rwards • initio? ? i Fia and, the laNg mm ¥&• fBTFÜL. ■$séá mm wm^. Wif" SAVED* * master,- W. P J mt£ communities to Union which they afford them to feea^besfc^j conscientiously be- right to do, under ato by their pie- aot an outbreak lawful authorities in tym no sin nor ct. Whether in or wrong, it is not consider. The right by the other Nation^ Gov- ernment, and, after a bloody War, in HMMRHi the. earn- of their conviptións by the length and obstinancy of their resist- ance, they at last gafe up the right, acknowledged .that they were still in the Union, and, submitting to the Na- notion of duty tional authority, wife its sanction and *- ' m %e way pomtel out by its Execu- tive/took promptsteps to place them- selves in their former and friendly illa- tions with their sister States. This is a brief statement of facts aid they dp of rebellion or fee opprobrious epithets of rebe...

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